Examining the "Reluctant Task" from the Perspective of Verses and Hadith

International Journal of Social Science Research and Review

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Title Examining the "Reluctant Task" from the Perspective of Verses and Hadith
Creator Omidi, Ameneh
Salmani, Mohammad
Nabavi, Seyed Majid
Description Reluctance means forcing a person to do or leave something he hates. This research seeks to answer the question that what do the verses and narrations have about the task? In other words, what are the Quranic documents and the narration of the task? The method of collecting materials in this research is library and the research method is descriptive and analytical. In many verses, especially verse 106 of Surah An-Nahl, the Qur'an refers to the discussion of relieving one's duty reluctantly, due to the revelation of this verse. When the infidels forced some people like Ammar to say blasphemous words, he also uttered those words in order to save his life. Say the same words. It is understood from this verse that in cases of reluctance, there will be no obligation on individuals. Some narrations also discuss "relieving a duty with reluctance", including "the hadith of relieving"(The Messenger of God (s) said: Raise her from her nation to expand her line and mankind, and do not thank her for her and Recitation: The Prophet said: 9 things have been taken away from my ummah and they will not be punished for it: 1- Error; 2- Forgetfulness, 3- Work that is done reluctantly, etc.) which in this narration the Prophet (PBUH) has abolished the penal effects in case of special circumstances. In addition to verses and hadiths, jurisprudence and reason also rule out the obligation if there is reluctance. Therefore, verses and hadiths have considered the obligation in conditions of reluctance to be abrogated and the person in case of doing something reluctantly; Will not be punished.
Publisher Global Institute for Multidisciplinary Knowledge and Responsible Future
Date 2020-12-09
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Identifier https://ijssrr.com/journal/article/view/56
Source International Journal of Social Science Research and Review; Vol 3 No 4 (2020): IJSSRR V03 N04 2020 December; 31-38
Language eng
Relation https://ijssrr.com/journal/article/view/56/42
Rights http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0

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