Keywords : Sura


The Prophecies in Maryam Sura (Doctrinal Study)

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2018, Volume 14, Issue 4, Pages 209-232
DOI: 10.33899/berj.2018.159209

The glorious quran is the main source of the doctrinal sciences. Therefore it was suitable to choose one of the Suras of glorious Quran which included the doctrinal issues related to prophecies to be the focus point of this research, and because Maryam Sura has not been studied in terms of the doctrinal aspect but from other aspects such as the linguistic and rhetoric ones.
As the human mind needs a source to which he resorts in order to realize things it cannot realize thing alone, therefore Allah sent the prophets and messengers (peace and blessings be upon them) and they were characterized with great innate traits such as honesty, absolute obedience to Allah and fear from Him and what is impossible for them such as the astonishment towards the ability of Almighty Allah as well as choosing them by Allah, their inerrancy and their relevant functions such as bringing good tidings and warning their people. All these topics were covered by four sections in this research. .

AL-Tur Sura APhonological Study

Sumayya Muhammad Tahir AL-Tahhan

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2014, Volume 13, Issue 2, Pages 369-396

This study is aphonological modern study of AL-Tur Sura. It combines theory and application in the Quranic phonological modern study to investigate syllabic phonological structure of AL-Tur Sura and to understand its syllabic texture and to know the phonological harmony which is represented by repetition with its all types because of its importance in combining between the rhythmic and semantic function and to understand the bilingual relation between the word and its
reference which is, in its essence, the correspondence between sound and meaning. Vocabulary acquire their meaning from the sounds of words. The Quran used words accurately. It used the suitable sound for the suitable word. The sounds of threatening with their power and intensification differ from the sounds of with paradise with their softness.
The work is divided into a preface and three parts. Part one deals with the phonological structure and rhythm in AL-Tur Sura and to discover the rhythmic units of syllables. The second part studies repetition of sounds in with asingle word and Aya and the repetition of words in the Aya. The third part includes the semantic direction of sounds. The work ends with the most important conclusions.

Pattern of Arguementation and its Functions in the Quranic Story The Stories of the Cave Sura as a Model

Yousif Sulaiman AL-Tahan

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2013, Volume 12, Issue 4, Pages 373-388

The choice and study of the cave sura stories is to be a model for the analysis of the dialogue in the Quranic story because of what these stories have from dialogues at the level of patterns and functions in the cave four stories: the people of the cave, the two men, Moses (PBUH) the good slave of Allah, and Thi-AL-Qarnain. The aim of this work is to analayze the models of dialogue to show the artistic and asthetic dimensions and the significances resulted from them. The research is divided into a preface and two parts . The preface includes the specification of concepts and terms of research, like dialogue, Quranic story to get the impression on which the analytical study in based on. The first part includes the study of arguementation patterns, i.e the outside dialogue (complex dialoge and symbolic dialogue) and the internal dialogue (the monolog). The second part discuses the functions of dialogue, i.e to develop the events and personalities in the story.