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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Fāṣila (rhyme of the Qur’ānic text) is the end of the verses. Some spiteful orientalists by relying on the most beautiful Names of God have raised the misconception claiming that the Holy Qur’ān comprises of a collection of scattered statements that are juxtaposed next to each other without any order and conformity. Deliberation and contemplation on the components of Divine words, including the most beautiful Names of God in fāṣilas of verses, proves their strong and amazing relation to the content of the verses. Of course, in many instances this relation is clear but in some verses unveiling this relation requires some deliberation and contemplation. Even careful deliberation on the content and context of similar and homogeneous verses that have different fāṣilas would reveal delicacies and accurate points that would enhance the beauty, wonder, and inimitability of the Qur’ān. Furthermore, the order and arrangement of these names in fāṣilas and the precedence of some over others are coupled with rhetorical points, beauty, and delicacies, which in themselves are regarded as part of the expressive inimitability of the Qur’ān.