عنوان مقاله [English]
Nahj al-Balagha The most recognized Nahj al-Balagha scholars is a book of human beings whose detailed understanding requires mastery of valuable knowledge such as rhetorical science. The word of Imam Hammam, together with the eloquence and rhetoric, has stunned and amazed all those who are enjoying the Passover. The purpose of this article is to display and monitor such areas of Amir Mummani's speech and fantasy in one of his final sermons known as Jihad sermon and compare it with Ibn Nabati Fariqi's sermons, relying on Ibnabi al-Hadid's commentary and response. The question of the extent to which Ibn Nabatah has used and succeeded in the sermons of Imam Hammam's sermons. This article is a descriptive-analytical method to compare and contrast the jihadist sermon of the 27 Imams with Ibn Nabatah's five jihadist sermons to explain that Nahj al-Balagha possesses profound meanings and profound meanings. Tied to human nature and derived from the source of revelation, its sermons used metaphors, metaphors, and rhetorical precision, while Ibn Nabatah's jihadist sermons and over-the-top texts made the sermons unnecessary. Has made a soul and artifact, every speaker of speech in similar pedestal and dealing with the glittering essence of Nahj al-Balagha except Her impotence has not taken a step, because no raven in the sky can help the rabble to deal with the sun. The word of the Imam, while eloquent and rhetoric, is succinct and expressive, while Ibn Nabatah in his sermons using the word and the word failed to reach the foot of the Nahj al-Balagha.