عنوان مقاله [English]
Despite the determination of Dhuha-Inshirah and Fil-Quraysh Chapters and their distinction from each other in the present Qur’an volumes, it is revealed that the prominent ideas of the precedents support that each one of these chapters are unified. Such an assumption with respect to the register of the verses as well as the related traditions is so much confirmed that it has led to the deletion of Bismillah verse from the beginning of the second chapter by the time of saying these two chapters in the prayers. However, the register does not indicate such a function, because either the register is illustrated as the ordainment of a connector or it is embodied as the reduction of the disjunction to connection, it would be eligible to appropriation in the meaning of the thing signified. Thus, with the presence of the influence and effect of the mediating elements in this issue including the immediate verbal and situational context, the understood indication out of the words meanings is established and the meaning of the thing signified is realized, irrespective of enjoying status for the appropriation of the signifier to remove the separator, so that it would prove the theory of unity against plurality. Similarly, the traditions fail to prove the true unity of these two as other indicating reasons. However, their ending thing signified indicated the single unified precept and judgment meaning that while performing the daily prayers, after reciting Hamd chapter, these chapter should be recited together and are considered to be one chapter.
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