Symbolism in the Qur’anic stories, the story of the Prophet Ibrahim (PBUH) as a model

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Mustafa Ahmed Hanihan, Associated Professor Fatemeh Dastranj , Associate Professor Alireza Tabibi


The researcher limited his search for the choice of the story of the Prophet Ibrahim, peace be upon him, in the Holy Qur’an. The researcher chose this story because it is one of the long stories in the Qur’an that does not come together in one surah but is repeated and spread in multiple surahs. From the wisdom of this is the statement of the eloquence of the Qur’an at its highest level, and the story is following the trace and it is one of The methods of the Holy Qur’an in explaining and telling the story to us in an artistic, literary and rhetorical manner in which there is truth and truth. Its aim is to state the home of the lesson and the sermon, not to narrate history because the Holy Qur’an is not a history book. Therefore, the Qur’anic story came sometimes in one style and in another style in another place that requires context and position. Sometimes the people, time and place are not present in the story so the focus is on the place of the lesson from it and takes our minds and minds to the point of the lesson and benefits from it. A high literary style, even if the incident that the Qur’an talks about is incorrect and true. And he believes that the Holy Qur’an fabricates myths and falsehoods, as he put it, in order to affect our souls, then I showed an error in his expression in order to affect our souls, and then I showed the error of saying behind God in what he went to, and the truth is that the symbolism in the stories of the Qur’an is true. All the stories in the Qur’an have historical and realistic truths in them. Khalaf Allah does not claim that the Qur’an creates myths. Then I showed the story of Ibrahim, peace be upon him, and how the story was in a wonderful artistic style

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