Ithaf al-Bariyah due to what is in Surat al-Hujurat of the general principles and purposes

  • mohamed boukra
Keywords: closets; origins; purposes; The Qur’an; Surahs, Hujrat, Sharia law, values. .


In this research, I collected a number of legal principles and beneficial rules that were included in Surat Al-Hujurat, through a fundamental study of this great surah, represented in the fundamental syntax of most of the verses of this surah, and deducing a number of legal rulings from them by means of the fundamental rules.

This article also included a mention of the most prominent general purposes of Islamic legislation contained in Surat al-Hujurat, with mention of some examples and effects that illustrate and demonstrate this.

The research concluded the extent of the importance of Surat al-Hujurat in consolidating values and morals, and reforming morals in people's dealings, as this surah contained legal purposes and holistic principles that contribute to the advancement in the ranks of human perfection, and the jurist takes it as a guide in dealing with the various legal issues that the Islamic community suffers from.


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How to Cite
boukra, mohamed. (2023). Ithaf al-Bariyah due to what is in Surat al-Hujurat of the general principles and purposes. Journal of Science and Knowledge Horizons, 3(03), 25-41.