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JCR. 2020; 7(15): 5268-5274


THE EVIDENCE CORROBORATED BY THE QUR’ANIC VERSES (AYAS) PRECEDED TO OTHER EVIDENCES BY IMAM AL-HARARI BY

Prof. Dr. Abdul KadirA. Abdul Latif, Assit. Instructor Muntathar W. Rasheed.

Abstract
This research is considered one of the important researches in the interpretation, in which this rule, which falls from my first topic of my thesis under the title of weighting rules related to the Quranic text, is presented in this rule clarifying it, i.e.: clarifying the rule before entering into the opinion of Imam Harari, and then showed the rooting of the rule That includes the sayings of the scholars on the base, the evidence of the rule from the Qur’an and the Sunnah, and then the practical examples that show what the Hariri Imam said about it, and after that I reach the result of the study, indicating in it what was reached through this rule, as such rules by which he knows The most correct of the sayings in the interpretation of the verse, which contributes to knowing the most likely words and memorizing it in the interpretation of the verses of the download taking advantage of that a great benefit, asking the Lord to benefit us and the Islamic nation.

Key words: Evidence ,Quranicayas, Harari



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