Soft Warfare and Ways to Deal with It in the Holy Quran

Narges Shekarbeygi


Enemies are always attacked by the use of numerous tools to expand the domination and destroy the values and culture of society. Today, with the widespread expansion of communication and sciences and tools, enemies have also changed their offensive patterns. The theme of soft war and cultural invasion is in secret to silence the destruction of the beliefs and values of societies. This type of attack poses many dangers in the modern era. On the other hand, there is no doubt that the Holy Quran is a man-made, community-building and evolving book that gives humanity ways to prosperity and salvation. The Holy Quran has many commands as a program for better human life on the path of awareness in Muslim life. But since the enemies have always tried to destroy and weaken the Muslims with a variety of tricks. Therefore, this paper presents a library method and describes the topics of the Holy Qur'an on ways to fight soft war. The results show that soft warfare methods such as: Enemyology, Recognition of Enemy Tricks, Use of necessary tools for confrontation. The tools of fighting the soft war in the Holy Quran such as: Resistance and Resistance, Obedience to Leadership, Promoting Fame and Prohibition of Falsehood, Paying Attention to the Importance of Justice in Society, Unity and Solidarity and Avoiding Separation and Separation is the fight against corruption.


Soft War; Holy Quran; Psychological operations; Cultural Invasion

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