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Title: أساليب القرآن الكريم في مخاطبة أهل الكتاب دراسة موضوعية تحليلية على ضوء سورة المائدة
Authors: وداد خضر أحمد
Keywords: تفسير القرآن الكريم
علوم القران
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية
Citation: جامعة افريقيا العالمية : عمادة الدراسات العليا والبحث العلمي والنشر : كلية الشيخ عبد الله الأنصاري : تفسير وعلوم القرآن
Abstract: Praise be to God, whose grace good deeds are accomplished, and blessings and peace be upon the master of sadat, the teacher of humanity, and on his family and his righteous companions. The People of the Book and Addressing them We, Explanation of the Methods of Addressing the People of the Book in Surat Al-Ma’idah, Benefiting from the Methods of the Noble Qur’an in Calling to God. The researcher used the inductive-analytical approach: by analyzing what was extrapolated from the relevant verses and devising the rules that we should deal with the People of the Book. So that it does not incline towards harshness, harshness and harshness without justification, or inclination towards leniency and dilution of rulings, both of which are blameworthy, the Muslim nation, as much as it needs to extend bridges, and extend its compassionate hands towards the opposing nations; Because that brings interests and ward off evils, it needs at the same time strong curbs, to keep it from crossing red lines; What preserves for it its dignity, dignity and prestige is the permissibility of eating the sacrifices and fats of the People of the Book from the people of war and other than them, and the practice of the People of the Book. Their believers, and their infidels, regardless of their different levels of minds, cultures and civilizations. The researcher also recommends treating the People of the Book without negligence or exaggeration, and the Muslim should take into account the doctrinal differences when dealing with the People of the Book.
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