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مقاصد القران فى السبع المثانى

مقاصد القران فى السبع المثانى

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Title: مقاصد القران فى السبع المثانى
Author: الطيب, الجنيد
Abstract: This study is based on God's creation of all beings and sent His Prophets to the human beings and equipped them with the Holy Books. The final and ultimate of these books is the Holy Koran which was revealed to the last of the Prophets- Mohamed (PBUH). The Holy Koran contains aims, objectives and guidance which guide people into the right path. Of these aims and objectives is the belief in God, His Angles, Holy Books and Prophets; belief in the fate and the day of judgment. Surat (Al-Fatiha-'The Opening of the Holy Koran') is of short premises; but with great meanings. It contains all the ends and aims of the Holy Koran and its topics; in a rhetoric form of great brevity and wondrous nature. To that extent, no meaning or intention could slip away and so is kept inside the generality of its words, expressions or sentences. Thus, the methodology which the Holy Koran is perfected and detailed in thirty chapters/sectors, has been summarized in a wise brevity in twenty five words which constitute the 'opening' Sura of the Holy Koran. This is an unbarred proof of the wondrous nature of the Holy Koran which cannot be matched by any creature on the face of earth, let alone bring similar things to it. The arrangement of the 'Suras' and verses of the Holy Koran- as they are now- is an endeavour of the Prophet Mohamed (PBUH), by revelation from God Al-Mighty. In essence, the objective unity in the Holy Koran, is seen at its best; meaning that there is nothing like the Holy Koran in the cohesion of its topics, verses and 'Suras', despite the fact that one Sura may cover more than one subject. Yet, there is no aversion, storming or antipathy in the very 'Sura'. As for humans, none could write one of two pages; at different times and under one title, then delve into more than one subject at the same time. The least that could be said about such a human being is that he is delirious; because of the aversion, contradiction and non-cohesion which would emerge in his words. Here, there emerges the rhetoric and the wondrous nature of the Holy Koran. This is because the one single 'Sura' which covers more than one topic, is cohesive and rhythmic to the audience. The study fully replied to the allegations of the orientalists about the style and objective unity of the Holy Koran. This included the answer to the American lies which were called (Al-Forqan Al-Huk), which was prepared to replace the Holy Koran. Likewise, the study originalized intentions, in general, and finding an unprecedented definition for the intentions of the Holy Koran, in particular. This study, also, included handling the historical background of the development of the objective unity of the Holy Koran, as projected by the Koranic studies' scientists. Examples from the Suras of the Holy Koran were given, from the first Sura- (Al-Baqqara, 'the cow'), to the middle Sura- (Al-Kahf, 'the Cave') up to the last Sura- (Al-Nas, the People). These were considered as models and they were linked to Surat Al-Fatiha (The Opening), to confirm that all that is contained in the Holy Koran, is included in (the Opening- Al-Fatiha). The study concludes with the findings and recommendation, which the researcher hopes that they will be implemented.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/10805
Date: 2015-05-14


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