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Exemplary houses of refinement in Shiite and Sunni interpretations
Nafise Faghihimoghadas
University of Isfahan
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The purpose of this study is to analyze the meaning and purpose of the "lofty houses" in verse 1 of Sura Noor. The application of this research is remarkable in the area of ​​Friedrich's belief that despite the Wahhabism belief in the prohibition of worshiping sacred places and avoiding the blessings of the ancestors, the divine word of the places was fulfilled and consequently, the mission was honored and celebrated. This is necessary for Islamic society. Investigating the Farraginian interpretations reveals numerous facts about the houses of refinement and comparing and contrasting the Farraginian interpretations can be obtained. The result of a comparative analytical writing is that some Farragin commentators have referred to the mosque as a reference to the noble verse and have "dismissed" it as a (material) mosque building or tribute (esoteric); Also, the verse is considered to be the home of the prophets and the house of the Prophet (PBUH) Islam and his family, and they respect the respect and care of their observance and observance and protect and preserve the destruction
and constant presence in their home.
Keywords: ۵۸/۵۰۰۰ Verse 1: Surat al-Noor, Rafi houses, Sunnite commentaries, Shiite commentaries
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2019/12/11 | Accepted: 2020/09/25
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