The Qur'anic purposes in the Interpretation of sheikh Abdul Rahman Hassan Habanka Al-Maidani: Surat Al-Alaq, Al-Muddathir, Al-Muzzamil and Al-Qalam as a model

    Wisam S. Abdul-Razzaq Al-Fahdawi ,Mhmood Hameed Mejbel Al-Esawy

    Abstract

    This research aims to elicit Quranic purposes from the field interpretation of Sheikh Abdul Rahman Hasaan Habanka Al-Maidani by studying Surat Al-Alaq, Al-Muddathir, Al-Muzzamil and Al-Qalam as a model. The knowledge of the purposes of the surahs leads to the realization of some of the notable purpose of the revelation of the Quran, the consideration of its phrases, words and purposes, the statement of what Allah the almighty wants in it, and what its surahs and verses are guided to in a way that achieves understanding and action, and also a statement that the number of the purposes of the surah does not depend on the number of its verses, there are several verses in common. In one objective, and there is one verse in which there is more than one objective, so the Qur'anic objectives are inseparable from interpretation, since the Quran is the main source for defining the overall objectives, and from it deduced many ruling and partial ills, and it enables the interpreter to derive the rulings and wisdom of the Qur'an. The Noble Qur’an, considering the purposes of the surahs, is considered the safest approach, which makes the words of Allah the almighty orderly in a manner in which the perfection of its system, the coherence of its surahs, the consistency of its verses, and the statement of its Inimitability and eloquence become evident.

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