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Definition of tolerance:




 * The term tolerance - which is derived from the verb tolerance of the necessary five-point offender - refers to indulgence, complacency and softness, and its linguistic connotations include dreaming, pardon and forgiveness.  That is, the forgiveness of rights, the pardon of error, the consent to pardon.  Linguistically, tolerance denotes smoothness, indulgence, complacency, dreaming, and compassion, and in global philosophical systems, tolerance is seen as a reciprocal respect between individuals and opinions, and showing kindness and politeness in what others express verbally or behaviorally, no matter how correct or wrong.




 * As for the terminology of language and science, philosophers, people of language and sociology unite to describe tolerance as a value that it is the preferred giving and sacrifice that has no compulsion or duty, which is the ease in dealing with matters, enforcement and facilitation of matters, and softness and kindness.



 Tolerance value:




 * The ethics of tolerance is one of the most important universal human values ​​of life.  As it is seen on the level of the individual as a high value acquisition;  It enhances the individual's self-esteem and his association with others, and tolerance is socially seen as a self-worthy legislation;  It guarantees the attainment of rights and the performance of duties to create a harmonious and cohesive society. This view of tolerance constitutes a political responsibility and a value entity, which everyone must respect and adhere to its supporters and ethics.



 * Many recent international statements, notices and reports have stipulated the importance of promoting tolerance as a feature of the global masses.  Because of the preservation of life, freedoms, and rights it entails, sparing the world from the scourge of wars and displacement, focusing on achievements, and seeking to develop peoples instead of creating crises, including what was included in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in the year one thousand nine hundred and forty-eight in its endeavor to spread tolerance;  Where the declaration included in its first clause an affirmation of the freedom of individuals from their birth, and their right to preserve their lives and dignity, and indicated in its twenty-sixth article that developing tolerance among all individuals regardless of their nationalities, ethnicities and religions is one of the goals of education.




 The impact of tolerance on the life of the individual and societies:




 * The importance and value of tolerance does not depend on simple individual transactions and patterns of interpersonal relationships. Rather, tolerance is an urgent societal need and the foundation upon which all human societies are based. The moral and realistic image of tolerance is reflected in all societies' systems, their progress and development, and on the imposition of this value, the imposition of the absence of this value.  And extremism, so interests are disrupted, civilizations are destroyed, their security and stability factors are shaken, and imposed opinions emerge.



 The concept of tolerance in civilizations:




 * The concept of tolerance in the West relates to two interrelated pillars, namely rights and duties.  A person must know his rights and the justifications for obtaining them on the one hand, and understand his duties and motivations towards achieving them on the other hand, and the definition of tolerance based on these foundations indicates the initiation of transactions in proportion to the differences.  Tolerance is a type of capacity that makes it necessary for a person to live with the variables, and to behave appropriately with all differences and overlaps with the generalization of a culture of respect for those differences, which results in an integrative environment of human dealings based on the principles of equality and respect for others,



 * And despite the fact that that value and that morality are removed from the souls of individuals by desiring what is required of an effort, yet they preserve it;  In compliance with their need to reciprocate and to feel just;  Tolerance in Western societies includes allowing something to happen or be done despite its hatred, as a kind of dealing with differences, that is exactly what is represented by the authority of the state towards smoking, alcohol and other permissible permits that were originally prohibited.



 Tolerance is an Islamic feature:



 * The Islamic concept of tolerance carries a specific and desirable value.  As it does not leave tolerance in its Islamic concept to the principles of rights and duties, it is not in the laws, borders and prohibitions, and it does not affect the laws and the judiciary, but rather it concerns the relationships that regulate the intransigence of people, their dealings and their good cohabitation.  By leaving what is not necessary, preferably and walking with the generosity shown by the strong who possesses authority, and the right to the weak who is responsible for the performance of the right and is bound by it with the ability of the former to obtain his right, then he leaves it forgiveness and pardon.



 * The value of tolerance in Islam is evidenced by the generalization of the moral and humanistic outlook to different pillars and different morals that collectively achieve equality and justice, and reinforce the principles of recognition of others, respect for approaches, ideas, beliefs and differences, regardless of their diversity, and the principles of friendship and beliefs of all human beings are united, so that Islam combines and combines all their followers.  Humanitarian, and regulates the dealings and coexistence of people in a manner consistent with the diversity of their religions, races, affiliations and colors,



 * Islamic philosophy emphasized the authority of all these concepts and their connection with tolerance as a value in many of the introductions highlighted by the philosophers of Islam and their starting points through which they explained tolerance. Tolerance is the guarantee of progress and the basis of its construction, and no one man can surround the truth, but everyone may encroach on it.  One, just as everyone is subject to error, and reaching the truth requires the participation of everyone, regardless of their differences and diversity, and this rightly demonstrates the necessity of adopting and taming tolerance as a creation, while adhering to its permanence and its continuation with the continuation of life.



 * Achieving tolerance among people and spreading it among them to include all their dealings and matters of their lives requires a constitutional educational affirmation that takes care of it, organizes it, guarantees its arrangement and entitlement, and ensures its implementation without harm or unfairness, Islam has guaranteed the rights of people, regardless of levels, and affirms their fullness and non-derogation of their rights.  By lineage, money, honor, and so on, but he cared for all parties without diminishing the right or elusiveness and inclination for a group, so that he granted the people of religions who live in the land of Islam their full rights, the first of which is the right to choose a religion and security to choose it.




 * Islam, as the religion of humanity and tolerance, seeks to achieve harmony, friendship, sympathy and charity among all people without limiting these values ​​to its members or followers only.  Then he generalized justice, and called for compassion and waiving rights, forgiveness upon ability, and justice with what each individual possesses of his ability and authority.
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