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  • Author or Editor: Ahmad Abdullah Abu al-Haj Thabet x
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One of the main ideological and intellectual issues in Islamic studies is related to the connection between the intellect, the unseen and revelation. This article aims to prove the complementary relationship between the reason, unseen and revelation because they are not different from each other. These three concepts are important and they will be discussed through three aspects: the realities of the unseen in the Qur’an, the relationship between the intellect and the unseen; how the intellect needs the unseen; the intellect’s (mind’s) role in understanding the unseen. Furthermore, the author is going to present the efforts Muslim scholars in this domain.

In: Al-Bayan: Journal of Qur'an and Hadith Studies

This research aims to enhance the dialogue among Muslims and non-Muslims based on the Quran and the prophet’s traditions. It paves the way by discussing the issue of coexistence between the two communities. This article has the objective to consolidate the principles of two kinds of dialogue: ideological dialogue and realistic dialogue. Next is the discussion of the possibility of Islamic law (Sharia) to coexist with contemporary international law regarding the issue of the right of expression as a human right. Furthermore, this article studies the major ethical methods of dialogue and provides some practical models and examples of dialogue between Muslims and non-Muslims from Islamic history.

In: Al-Bayan: Journal of Qur'an and Hadith Studies


This research discusses the Wuqūf al-Tarāqub in Surat-ul-Baqarah (Al-Baqarah chapter) and its impact on the indication of meaning. The researchers tried to refer it to its references and make it on the academic track and find out its positions in the Surat al-Baqarah. The study then mentioned the scholars’ opinions and the prefer ability aspects in detail, clarifying the more preferable and less preferable opinions, the correct and the ignored opinions, and the unanimously agreed and disputed opinions. In addition, the research found through searching and verifying many new stops under the Embracing Stop that the scholars of the Art of Tajweed have not stated although the conditions of Embracing Stop are applicable to them.

In: Al-Bayan: Journal of Qur'an and Hadith Studies