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|Title:||AL-QUR'AN AND DEFAMATION: A SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OVER SUKHRIYA VERSES|
|Authors:||Afrohul Ishmah Harahap|
|Abstract:||This study discusses the semantic analysis of the word sukhriya in the Qur'ān. This issue needs to be examined because it is different from its generic meaning, ie defamation. They misunderstand it by treating this meaning as slave. Using a descriptive analytic method and semantic analysis of Toshihiko Izutsu, this undergraduate thesis answers how method of semantic of Toshihiko Izutsu interprets the meaning of the key term sukhriya in the Qur‟ān. The writer applies the following steps of analysis: determines basic and relational meaning, reviews the development of sukhriya meaning through historical studies, and discusses the weltanschauung (world view) of the term sukhriya. This undergraduate thesis finds that the Qur‟ān expresses about defamation using the term sukhriya to denote generality and comprehensiveness of its meaning in term of urgency. It involves not only defamation among human but defamation between human and God. It means Islam pays attention on the importance of respecting others in interaction either among people or between human and God. Another point, this undergraduate thesis finds that the meaning of sukhriya evolves from time to time. In the pre-Qur‟an revelation it means insulting expressed either by word or action. Furthermore in post-Qur‟an revelation it was interpreted with various meanings such as slavery, forced labor, folly, and subjection. The last point, this undergraduate thesis finds that the weltanscahuung of sukhriya is a degrading towards human and God that damages moral and faith.|
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