العصبیة وآثارها في المجتمع الأفغانیة
The most prominent discussion of this research is to address a reprehensible matter, which is fanaticism, because political, sectarian, and ethnic fanaticism has led the people and sects in Afghanistan to violate some holy commandments, such as insulting, cursing, stabbing, atonement, and killing. God and His Messenger forbade his servants from fanaticism.
In this research, I have traced the knowledge of fanaticism, its ruling, and the implications that indicate the prevention of this act and explained the reasons for fanaticism. Also, I presented that with a brief introduction, in which I mentioned the reasons for choosing the subject and its importance, that there is a need to search for this subject, as fanaticism is a disease that corrupted the natural, innate mind that was praised by the Noble Qur’an, and its companions were praised in many verses, and they are endowed with understanding and forbidding, and the owners of sound nature. So this sectarian, political and ethnic fanaticism corrupted this innate mind, kept it away from the light of divine guidance, and corrupted the heart.
Fanaticism has also affected all limbs, and the Muslims have been weakened from the time of the past to the present day, especially in our country, Afghanistan. The blood of Muslims has been spilled by this act without sin. For this, we need to know this issue. I mentioned three definitions of fanaticism, its causes, effects, and treatment in the light of the Qur’an and Sunnah, then I mentioned the ruling on fanaticism and its prohibition with clear evidence. At the end of the research, I expressed the conclusion and the results of the research on this topic, and the sources and references the benefitted from.
Key words: Effects, Fanaticism, Treatment of Human, Afghani Community.
Sayed Mohammad JALALI, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Sharia, Department of Islamic Education Panjshir University, Panjshir, Provence – AFGHANISTAN
Nematullah NAZARI, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Sharia, Department of Islamic Education Al- Biruni University, Kapisa Provence – AFGHANISTAN