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Journal:   JOURNAL OF ISLAMIC STUDIES   WINTER 2002 , Volume - , Number 57; Page(s) 157 To 184.
 
Paper: 

MAJOOS, "ZOROASTRIAN", IN THE KORAN AND THE TRADITIONS

 
 
Author(s):  AZIMZADEH T.*
 
* Islamic Azad University
 
Abstract: 
The discussion of the question of Zoroastrianism has a long precedence in the history of Islam. At the time of the Prophet (PBUH), the question discussed was whether Zoroastrianism was a divine religion and whether its followers were to be regarded as People of the Scripture. The question was discussed in the centuries that followed as well. The writer has made an attempt in this article to clarify position of Islam on this question and the way the Prophet dealt with it. To do so, she first discusses the word majoos, its history and the people who were referred to as majoos and then she discusses the word as appeared in the Koran and the traditions
 
Keyword(s): MAJOOS, ZOROASTER, ZIMMI (FREE NON-MUSLIM SUBJECT LIVING IN A MUSLIM COUNTRY), PEOPLE OF THE SCRIPTURE, THE KORAN, TRADITIONS, PEOPLE OF THE DITCH, THE DWELLERS IN AR-RASS.
 
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