This study discusses the impact of different Quranic recitations on the context of Quranic stories in the story of the people of the cave. One of the most prominent findings of the study: The difference in the Quranic Recitations is the difference of diversity is not different antagonism, and frequent Quranic Recitations are all his home from God, and that each Quranic Recitations shows and adds a new meaning. As the readings show the magnificence and beauty of the Qur'anic stories through the story of the cave's owners, and the new meanings it added. The study also sheds light on the greatness of the Holy Quran through the diversity of Quranic Recitations and the emanations of the miraculous, unique, and unique works. The study also revealed some linguistic and linguistic aspects in the story of cave owners.
Azubeidy, Muneer Ahmad
"Quranic Recitations and their impact on the context of Quranic stories: The story of the people of the "cave as a model","
Jordan Journal of Islamic Studies: Vol. 15
, Article 14.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jois/vol15/iss3/14