Praise be to Allah, Lord of the worlds, and prayers and peace be upon the Master of Messengers, Muhammad, may Allah’s prayers and peace be upon him and his family and companions altogether.
This research deals with the issue of the conflict between truth and falsehood in the Holy Quran, and the story of Abraham, peace be upon him, is chosen as a model for this conflict. The research is divided into two sections. In the first section, the concept of truth and falsehood through defining truth and falsehood linguistically and idiomatically is presented, then clarifying the descriptions of truth and descriptions of falsehood in the Holy Qur’an. After that, the forms of conflict between truth and falsehood, are shown through dialogue or through fighting. Then, the field of this conflict in the story of Ibrahim PBUH is explained where the first field of conflict was with His father by calling Him to leave polytheism and worship the one and only Allah, then, His struggle with His people who worship idols and idols, then His last struggle with the arrogant tyrant Nimrod.