Indigenous Cultural Convergence in Creating World Peace from the Perspective of the Holy Quran

Document Type : Research Paper


1 Instructor at Department of Comparative Interpretation, Faculty of Quran and Hadith, Kowsar Islamic Sciences Education Complex, Tehran, Iran

2 Assistant Professor and Director of Quran and Hadith Jurisprudence Research Department, Imams Jurisprudence Center, Qom, Iran



The world system is becoming increasingly unbalanced, uncertain and incoherent. Humans turn to “culture” as a fulcrum, a refuge, and a means of resisting the imposition of a world order. Inequality and imbalance in cultural exchanges have created insecurity, insecurity and mental confusion for many people. The logic of extremist rejection and narcissism endangers world peace and security, and even harms economic growth, harmony and social cohesion, and threatens the inherent dignity of human beings, exposing the cultural diversity and creativity that is vital to human well-being direct to threat. One must now seek help from oneself and rationality, and prove by theory and practice the invalidity of theories and theories that do not prescribe inequality, intolerance, and intolerance. Accordingly, Instead of simply accepting diversity, need to promote mutual respect and tolerance. Calling for a nation to be sanctioned is a warning sign. Such demands indicate a tendency to deepen stereotypes and discriminate against the “other”. The notion that cultural homogenization entails solidarity is as simplistic as the notion of cultural diversity, conflict, and war. As a result, Reason and religious interests Dictate that should have a Trans-Ethnic, Trans-Racial, Trans-Linguistic view; Because all religions emphasize a universal view and do not prescribe an ethnic view.


Main Subjects

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