Volume 15, Issue 4, Autumn 2012, Page 486-0


The Islamic Thought of Self and Other in Imam Riza's Controversy with the Judaic, Christian, and Zoroastrian Scholars

Dr. Areej Muhammad Jawad Al-Kafaji

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disapproved in Islam whose preaching of open-mindedness and acceptance of the non-Muslim Other remains a distinctive attribute throughout its history. From the very advent of the Islamic Prophet, he started arguing with the religious scholars of opposing sects, mainly Jews and Christians, and some of these controversies are documented in the Holy Quran.
So, whoever argues with you concerning him, even after (such) knowledge as has come to you, then, say: "Come! We should call our sons and your sons, and our women and your women, and ourselves and yourselves; thereafter we should imprecate, (and) so lay the curse of Allah on the liars."