عنوان مقاله [English]
In the Holy Qur'an, we are talking about two seas, one sweet and the other salty and bitter, which intersect but do not overcome each other, and from which lulls and corals are also extracted. There are different opinions among the commentators about what is meant by these two seas and what is the meaning of it, and these opinions can be criticized from different aspects. In the meantime, others are trying to critique these verses from a scientific point of view and introduce it as a scientific error of the Holy Quran, including a person named Suha. In a book entitled Quran Criticism, he has provided reasons for the scientific critique of these verses. This research, which is a descriptive-analytical method with a critical orientation and based on library sources, intends to critique and review the claims made by referring to authoritative scientific sources in the field of ecology and while examining the opinions of commentators. And researchers to prove that there is no conflict between scientific findings and verses related to the discussion. In this article, reasons are provided that the meaning of the word "Bahrain" is Salt Wedge estuaries, the characteristics of which, in all the descriptions of these two seas in the Holy Qur'an, are in full accordance.