The Role of Cyberspace in the Dialogue between Religions

Document Type: Takhasosi

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A Student at Al-Mustafa Open University

025/p-l.2019.2549

Abstract

God Almighty sent prophets with the aim of calling for monotheism and the worship of the one and only God, and the last of them was the Messenger of God Muhammad (may God bless him and his family) who came with the conclusion of the messages and called all followers of the heavenly religions to follow him, but in what is better, so he called to God as God Almighty commanded him with wisdom and good advice Out.
The issue of dialogue between religions is old and introduced religions, but in different ways and methods. The name of the dialogue of religions is one of the newly used terms that aims at coexistence, communication and understanding between different religions in light of the modern development of communication and communication and the information revolution that occupied the electronic space, which contributed a lot to the issue of educating the other two generations. Different religions The West has tried to put dialogue in its interest to achieve its colonialism, but the convergences have succeeded in overcoming colonialism through dialogue between the religions.
The exchange was in knowledge and experiences, and getting to know the values ​​of others, and the concepts of dialogue and faithful brotherhood and good thinking about the other increased, the non-infidelity of the Muslim, and the avoidance of insulting the sacred things, symbols and other addresses thanks to the steadfastness of the approximation in the face of colonialism, using the language that brings people closer and which we find have direct Quranic origins One is for the divine religions to be based on common principles as a positive factor for the course of dialogue and starting from a common ground, which provides a great deal of understanding and understanding, so starting from the common things is a primary factor for rapprochement.
The origin of the belief in the messages of the previous prophets in their true form, far from distortion and change, formed the starting point for the Muslim in his view of the other non-Muslim of the People of the Book and others, and he began dialogue with them on the basis of the principles that the monotheistic religions brought from truth and goodness.
The Messenger of God (may God’s prayers be upon him and his family) was a good example in the dialogue and the call to God when he sent his messages to the kings and rulers of the world and called them to God through his famous messages that history has proven how it had a direct and indirect impact on humanity over time.

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