The Qur'an's view of crisis management in early Islamic wars with an emphasis on Surah Al-Imran and Anfal

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crisis management is one of the most important issues in political and managerial sciences. After the departure of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) to Medina and forming an Islamic state, the infidels and pagans of Mecca continued to threaten the Muslims and caused several great wars. Scrutiny in the verses of the koran indicates that God has supported the islamic corps during the confrontation of muslims with these crises.In the present study, based on the study of the subject literature and with a descriptive, analytical approach and focusing on medenian surahs of the Quran (Al Imran and Anfal) and based on the division of The famous triple stages in crisis management, the most important principles of crisis management in the early Islamic wars are examined And this analysis model can be counted among the achievements of the present article.The result of the analysis of the related verses is a graph whose salient points can be summarized in an effort to establish peace, Observance of justice, even in the midst of war and acceptance of Repentant Of remorses.

New Approaches to Jihadi Management and Islamic Governance, Volume:2 Issue: 3, 2022
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