Zukić, Melisa
December 2012
Proceedings of the Islamic Pedagogical Faculty of the University;2012, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p287
Conference Proceeding
The Prophet's (s.a.w.s.) realisation of Qur'anic repression of alcoholism is marked by activities which aim at protecting an aim group from negative consequences of alcohol. That is characterized by revelation of four Qur'anic ayats- which represent phases of the Prophet's (s.a.w.s.) work. The aim group is divided into two categories, depending on its relation towards consuming alcoholic beverages. The first category treats alcoholic beverages as social and cultural food heritage, and the second category perceives alcoholic beverages positively, striving for its psychoactive effects. The beginning phases of Qur'anic repression of alcoholism indicate a successful way of individual choice for stopping consuming alcoholic beverages. The ending phases treat the second category of the aim group which changes its attitude and accepts the prohibition. The paper analyses the quality of the Prophet's work on repressing alcoholism by making applicative generalizations that are useful for experts today and which are presented as practical accomplishments of an intended aim, through maximal effects and minimal expenses, and which indicate patterns of the Prophet's (s.a.w.s.) work, an adjusted approach to the categories and motives of consumers, and prevention of recidivism.


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