عرب معاشرت کے قبول اور رد کے قرانی معیارات
Qur'anic Standards of Acceptance and Rejection of Arab Society
The Holy Qur'an, revealed by Allah Ta'ala to Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), serves as a comprehensive guide for humanity. In its revelation to the Arab society, the Qur'an interacted with their existing social norms in three distinct ways. Certain aspects of Arab culture were fully embraced, while others were unequivocally rejected due to their inhumane nature. Additionally, some social practices were accepted but subject to reform, modification, and change. This paper explores the criteria employed by the Qur'an in accepting various facets of Arab society. The Qur'an establishes the Abrahamic religion as the foundation of the Muhammadan Shari'ah, and it evaluates actions based on this religious framework. The study further outlines specific criteria that underlie the acceptance and adaptation of certain aspects of Arab society, shedding light on the Qur'an's rationale for accommodating cultural practices within the framework of Islamic teachings.