عنوان مقاله [English]
Responding to doubts projection insulting to individuals and social groups in the Holy Quranچکیده [English]
Basically, insulting and slandering is not desirable for Quranic teachings and is also contrary to the Islamic cultural method. Some have insulted the claim of permissibility by using the likeness of infidels to animals in the Qur'an. In the leading article, the main question is: "What is the justification for insulting others in the form of similes and allegories in the Qur'an?"
This descriptive-analytical study, based on library sources, has shown that the Qur'an's method of telling the truth is that it uses allegory to bring minds closer to the divine messages and does not seek to insult anyone. In fact, the analogy of infidels and hypocrites with animals in the Qur'an is to awaken the dormant nature of the opposition. It also seeks to liken the behavior of infidels to the behavior of animals and never seeks to humiliate the nature of human creation. In addition, such similes have been used to illustrate stubborn people. Using a resemblance between an infidel and an animal is a way to impress the audience.