Al-Munāsabatu fī Al-Faṣilati Al-Tazyiliyyah li Asmāillahi Al-Ḥusnā fī Sūrati Al-Ḥajji Dirāsatan Taṭbiqiyyah

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Samer Najeh Samarh
Osama Bilal Mhanna


This study explores the nature of the relationship between the verse endings to the names of Allah and the context of the verses in which they are mentioned. The study aims to clarify this relationship by clarifying the meaning intended in the verse by responding to those who claim that these verse endings are just a form of assonances, such as Imam al-Tanukhi, or those who object to the attempt to link them with the fact that this is within the saying of the opinion that is forbidden in the Holy Qur’an as the saying of the Imam Al-Shawkani. To achieve the aim of the study, the has selected Surat Al-Hajj as an applied model, where the two researchers have used the inductive approach to collect the verses consisting of the endings of the names of Allah, divide them according to their composition into paired and singular, and then analyze the relationship between each verse and its ending by referring to the books of old and modern commentaries and the Quranic miracle books. The study concludes that the occurrence of the emphasis in some endings of the verses in the surah helps to reach the reinforcement in its purposes. The Qur’anic endings in the multiple verses not only lead to linking the verses together but also link the contents of one verse in the verses that have appended to previous verses, showing the reader of the Holy Qur’an that they are one unit.


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