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Faculty of Arts has Published Study Entitled: Phonetic Connotation in Responding to Infidels in Qur’anic Text

The Journal of Arabic Language and Literature, which is issued by the Faculty of Arts at the University of Kufa, published a joint research by Professor Dr. Hayder Jabbar Idan, and researcher Dhafer Jawad Abdul Wahed from the College of Arts at the University of Kufa, entitled: (Acoustic indication in response to the infidels in the Qur’anic text). The research studies the phonemic significance in responding to the infidels in the Noble Qur’anic text, by looking at the contexts in which they were mentioned, and trying to provide interpretations of the paths that these responses came with, by selecting and analyzing samples of Quranic texts that contain phonetic significance, and this necessitated the mention of the Quranic verse. And following up on the most important issues of sound in responding to the infidels in the Qur’anic text, with the link between them and the verses with which they share a certain style, and mentioning the most important characteristics that distinguished this aspect from others, as well as defining the terms that are related to the topic of research.

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