• Mustafa M. Hamid, Assist. D.Kaiser Hamid UbaidAlhalbosy


Praise be to God, whose blessings, prayers and peace be fulfilled on our Prophet Muhammad and upon his pure family and companions, and after: The issue of fundamentalist differences is one of the most important topics that have been taken care of by the most important of the origins in the past and present. Different times, and this discussion of fundamentalist differences is often when responding to disputed issues, or when there is confusion between some fundamentalist terms, All of this was done by them and not by their individuals with independent fundamentalist works, and it seemed that there was no urgent need for their members in independent works. As the differences were clear and simplified for them; And that is because they provided an explanation of those meanings and terms and an explanation of the limitations of their definitions, as the reason is rarely mentioned, for example without mentioning the reason and an explanation of what is separate from each of the other, and this research has dealt with the fundamental differences related to the prohibited and the disliked, and the two parts of the prohibitive and disliked, and the difference between the scholars of the origins of the disliked between the advanced and the later among them , Then the research dealt with the terms used by the people of assets that are synonymous with the disliked, such as offense and disagreement with the first, and the consequences that result from it, It is disliked by the earlier scholars, if it is released, then what is meant by it is forbidden, The disagreement of the first is unless there is a specific prohibition, and that offense according to its launch may be synonymous with the prohibition, or to condescension and may mediate these two divorces.


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Mustafa M. Hamid, Assist. D.Kaiser Hamid UbaidAlhalbosy. (2020). THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DISLIKED, PROHIBITED, HATED AND ABUSED. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(9), 10238-10257. Retrieved from