القلق في ضوء القرآن الكريم وعلم النفس الحديث
ناديا رأفت محمد الشويكي
Nadia Rafat Mohammad Al-Shweiki
The study aimed to identify anxiety as one of the psychological diseases in the light of the Noble Qur’an and modern psychology. For this purpose, the researcher used the qualitative descriptive analytical approach, relying on the interpretation of Qur’anic verses, analyzing the interpretation and showing the modern psychology’s view of anxiety and its types. The study found that anxiety is related to modern concepts of psychological disorders that afflict a person as a result of fear, tension, or excessive thinking about some of the issues that he faces in his life, and most of these matters are usually unknown, and the study showed that the verses of doubt and suspicion in the Noble Qur’an, according to the commentators, mean With anxiety in its modern sense, as it was found through the study that the Qur’an stories show the level and types of anxiety of the prophets according to the different situations they lived in. There is psychological anxiety, and there is social anxiety, and there is an objective concern with regard to da'wah. The concern of groups of people, such as the hypocrites and the infidels, with regard to suspicion and suspicion in receiving the divine call and their opposition to the prophets. The study recommends the inclusion of psychological studies, which come from Islamic heritage, in university curricula, inviting researchers to individuals of such subjects, with in-depth studies, working on the intermarriage between psychological studies in the Qur’an and Sunnah and modern psychology.