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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Although Muslims disagree on the scope of the infallibility of the prophets(pbut), they agree on their infallibility in a general sense based on rational and textual proofs. Among the textual evidences of this claim are the verses of the sincere (Ayat Al-Mukhlasin), such as verses 82 and 83 of Surah Sad and verse 24 of Surah Yusuf. There are different views about the implication of these verses on the infallibility of the prophets (pbut) which are: infallibility from sin, infallibility from polytheism, absolute infallibility in all levels, and non-implication of infallibility. The correct view is that the verses of the sincere (Ayat Al-Mukhlasin) indicate the infallibility of the divine prophets in all fields except infallibility in receiving revelation and the infallibility of Munaffarat e Bastigan (what makes people hate them and their relatives), and other views are either wrong or incomplete. By proving the preferred view and answering the objections, the invalidity of other views is proved.