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|Title||Secrets of harmony and eloquence in al-Asma ul-Husna and as-Sifat al-Ulya at the Fawassel of Surat an-Nisaa’|
|Title in Arabic||أَسرارُ (الِانْسِجَامِ والبَيَانِ) في الأسماءِ الحُسْنَى والصِّفَات العُلَا في فواصل سورة النِّساء|
This study discusses the secrets of harmony and eloquence in al-Asma ul-Husna (Beautiful Names) and as-Sifat al-Ulya (Lofty Attributes) at the Fawassel (closing words) of Surat an-Nisaa’. Importance of the study comes from clarifying one aspect of the uncountable great aspects of the expressive inimitability of Qur’an. This confirms the fact that Qur’an is Rabbani (from Allah). This can be noticed in the relationship of each name with its context, the rationale behind its selection among others, the selection of its phrasing and placing, etc. This reveals for readers one aspect of the perfection of Qur’an. Thus, the study is based on three subjects. The first subject includes introducing the science of Fawassel as-Sowar, and a preface about Surat an-Nisaa’. The second one presents an applied study about some of the Fawassel that include al-Asma ul-Husna. The third subject explains the reality and secrets of the expressive inimitability of the Fawassel of Surat an-Nisaa’. The conclusion ends up with a set of findings and recommendations achieved by the study.
|Published in||الإعجاز العلمي في القرآن الكريم والسنة النبوية الثاني|
|Publisher||الجامعة الإسلامية - غزة The Islamic University of Gaza|
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