عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Assimilating oneself to the infidels, i.e. conforming oneself to any Non-Muslim is totally abominable and, in this regard, there is almost no disagreement. However Islamic jurisprudents including the Shiites and Sunnis, in terms of its duty decree and application, especially about having the intention and awareness of the similarity, have had no agreement. On the other hand, no comprehensive and detailed comparative writing has been presented despite of the necessity existed in their disputes and judging between them in order to determine the task of the Islamic Governments in trading with non-Islamic governments. Accordingly, the author intends to fill the mentioned gap through describing and evaluating different Fatwas of different jurisprudents and he believes that assimilating oneself to Non-Muslims in behaviors and their specific beliefs, provided that they are proven to be proprietary, with the only aim of promotion of infidelity and undermining Islam is unlawful (Haram), and by themselves, they are not forbidden. It should be also mentioned that representations of assimilation are not worship-related and are submissive to the opinion of custom and consequently depends upon time and place.