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      The Connotative Etymology ofTwriyah and its Legal Position (Urdu)

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      Journal of Islamic and Religious Studies

      University of Haripur

      Twriya, T’ryd, double entendre.

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          Twriyahin a speech orword contains multiple meanings having different interpretations of its primary meaning.This article represents the linguistic and connotative concept of Twriyahand T’ryd in the light of Qur’┐n, Hadith, Sirat, the views of various jurists. By analytical study of the available literature it is concluded that there is difference between using Twriyah and Falsification. There are several rules which regulate the use of Twriyah in special circumstances. All Messengers of Allah have never give false statements in any case, however they often used Twriyah in their statements. This article elaborated the various meanings and situations of Twryh in the light of Islamic teachings

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          Journal
          Journal of Islamic and Religious Studies
          University of Haripur
          01 January 2017
          : 2
          : 1
          : 135-148
          Affiliations
          [1 ] University of Haripur, Haripur, Pakistan
          Article
          d3b566603e9e46e18355803c2eec0104
          10.12816/0037069

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          Categories
          Islam
          BP1-253
          Religions. Mythology. Rationalism
          BL1-2790

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