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Among the interlaced questions in the field of linguistic discussions of the Quran, the question of how the Quran is spoken in cases that addresses men and women, or talk specifically about men and women, and in some cases, according to some scholars and Orientalists, the Quran is influenced by the culture of the male-dominated discourse of time and speaks with biased. This paper examined these doubts and explains some of the reasons for this. The result of this research is that the maledoi:10.22054/rjqk.2018.29109.1639 doaj:91c4631a3170492487a9769881bc913f fatcat:xtprknfutzhmrky2zd3ntytnxe