THE TRUTH OF THE EXPRESSIONS OF THE DEVIL’S ACTIONS: A DOCTRINAL STUDY

Authors

  • Dr. Yaser Ahmed Salem Rababah
  • Dr. Mohammad Abdelhamid Salem Qatawneh

Abstract

This study deals with a group of expressions that are mentioned in the Noble Quran that relate to the reality of the Devil’s actions. In the Holy Quran there have been many expressions of significance regarding the impact of the action, especially evil deeds, seeking innocence from them, and attributing them to devils; those matters have occupied scholars’ minds. So, it was necessary to study the truth of the expressions and their connection to human actions, is there a capacity for Demon in human action, and if it is, what is its truth, with the explanation of the opinions of different scholars on each of these expressions, which we find abundantly in the Noble Quran. This study adopts an inductive analytical approach based on tracking these expressions, then analyzing them and analyzing the opinions of scholars about them. The study starts from the hypothesis that Satan has an influence and action on human actions that reveal the Quranic verses related to them; the research tries to answer the following questions: Why are the expressions related to the actions of devils multiplied? What is the significance of the many references to the actions of demons and their relationship to human action? How did the scholars deal with the words mentioned and their effect on humans? One of the most important results of the study is to shed light on the study of expressions related to the actions of demons and to understand their implications for the contemporary Muslim so that he is aware of the importance of this issue and its close connection with the Islamic faith.

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Published

2022-05-11

How to Cite

Dr. Yaser Ahmed Salem Rababah, & Dr. Mohammad Abdelhamid Salem Qatawneh. (2022). THE TRUTH OF THE EXPRESSIONS OF THE DEVIL’S ACTIONS: A DOCTRINAL STUDY. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 19(2), 458-474. Retrieved from https://www.archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/11054