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Journal:   MAQALAT WA BARRASIHA   Winter 2003 , Volume 35 , Number 72; Page(s) 81 To 98.


Author(s):  FAEZ GH.*
* University of Tehran
Commentators have divergent ideas about the implications of the verse (2:106) which is known as the Abrogation verse. The different meaning considered for the three terms nask (abrogation), aya (verse) and insa (cause to be forgotten) have been regarded as the source of different opinions in this field. Most of the meanings referred to by the commentators seem incorrect because they ignore the context of the verse or/and the coherence of its different parts. Perhaps by taking the meaning of nas~ as abrogation or abolishment, aya as decree or command, and nunsi as a reason to be removed from the Quran, the minds, and the narrations, and by applying the technique of istikdam (a figure of speech) we can have a clearer idea of its true meaning. Thus the epitomic meaning of the verse will be "Whatever decree We abrogate or cause to be removed from the Quran or from the minds,We bring one better than it or like it to provide waht is best for the people." This article is presented in three parts: the cause of the revelation of this verse, a critical study of the commentators differences of opinion, and the final wrapping up.
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