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Interpretive Reading of the Verse "She verily desired him and he would have desired her" in the Commentaries of Al-Manar, Al-Mizan and Tasnim
Seyed Hossein Shafiei Darabi
Abstract:   (525 Views)
The connection of the content of the verse "She verily desired him, and he would have desired her if it had not been that he saw the argument of his Lord" to the infallibility of the Prophet Yusuf (as) has increased the attention of the commentators of the two sects to its content. The present article, which is written in a descriptive-analytical manner, seeks to identify the approach of the commentators of the commentaries:            Al-Manar, Al-Mizan and Tasnim on what desired by Yusuf (as) and Zulaikha. By the study it has been concluded that the three commentators, while agreeing in denying the view of the deniers of the infallibility of Prophet Yusuf (as) and criticizing their narrative documents, disagree in determining what desired by this prophet and Zulaikha; in such a way that the author of al-Manar emphasizes on deference in their subject of desire; while the others have emphasized on the unity their subject of desire. That is, they willfully insisted; with the difference that Zulaikha was also diligent in achieving it, but in the end she failed, but the Prophet Yusuf (as), in order to have the proof of the Lord, not only did not try to implement it, but also was far from intending it.

 
Article number: 2
Keywords: Verse 24 Yusuf, "Hammat", "Hamma", Unity of the Desired, Plurality pf the Desired, Argument of the Lord.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2021/01/3 | Accepted: 2021/02/8 | Published: 2022/04/19


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