عنوان مقاله [English]
Mohammad Taqi Diari Bigdeli, Rohollah Davari*
The commentators of the sects from the first centuries until now have had different views regarding verse 141 of Nisa «... وَ لَنْ یَجْعَلَ اللَّهُ لِلْکافِرینَ عَلَى الْمُؤْمِنینَ سَبیلاً» (Nisa: 141) and have deduced many individuals and social rulings from it. Based on this and with a descriptive-analytical method, this article seeks to answer this main question: What effect has the verse of Nafy al-Sabil had on the foreign policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran?
Based on the research findings, it was determined that the best view is the general meaning of the verse; Because the word "al-Sabil ", which is so-called "negativity in the context of negation", has a general meaning. Therefore, the verse has a general meaning that can include "denial of domination in the development and the field of legislation of rules and denial of domination in the field of protest and argument". Also, based on the research findings, it was determined that the foreign policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, which is derived from the principles of the Constitution, in many cases is based on the verse of Nafy al-Sabil, and many principles of foreign policy are derived from this verse. Among the principles to which this verse relates are the principle of dignity, the principle of independence, and the principle of negation of the relationship between domination and domination.
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