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Journal:   MAQALAT WA BARRASIHA   2002 , Volume 35 , Number 71; Page(s) 13 To 34.
 
Paper: 

Dissimulation:Its History And Its Rules In Islam

 
 
Author(s):  Nasiriyan Y.*
 
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Abstract: 
Dissimulation suggests avoiding danger and protecting ones life andproperty in terminological viewpoint. That has brought about differentand various concepts in the fields of religious beliefs and politics and hascused wide - spread arguments. After studying the references, in thebeginning we explain the definitions of terms and expressions related tothis term. We then present a few historical stories such as the captivityof Moslems like Yasir, his son Ammar, and Sumayya by the Qurays andindicate the descent case of some verses and different comments ondissimulation. Then we turn to a discussion of juridical rules ondissimulation and its permissibility and legitimacy. We also talk about"indispensable" or "recommended" cases from the view of Shiite andSunnite jurisprudents. We study its political and social requirements andthe events that obliged the Imam to use dissimulation and the issuanceof some narrations that doesnt match because of dissimulation
 
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NASIRIYAN, Y. (2002). DISSIMULATION:ITS HISTORY AND ITS RULES IN ISLAM. MAQALAT WA BARRASIHA, 35(71), 13-34. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=13817



Vancouver: Copy

NASIRIYAN Y.. DISSIMULATION:ITS HISTORY AND ITS RULES IN ISLAM. MAQALAT WA BARRASIHA. 2002 [cited 2022January24];35(71):13-34. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=13817



IEEE: Copy

NASIRIYAN, Y., 2002. DISSIMULATION:ITS HISTORY AND ITS RULES IN ISLAM. MAQALAT WA BARRASIHA, [online] 35(71), pp.13-34. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=13817.



 
 
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