[ 31 Dec 2020 | vol. 13 | no. 4 | pp. 55-70 ]

About Authors:

Mohamed El –Gammal1 and Adel Abdel Fadeel Eid2
-1Associated Professor, College of Islamic studies, HBKU, Qatar
-2Professor of Comparative, Jurisprudence at prince Sattam bin Abedulaziz University, Saudi Arabia and Al –zhar University, Egypt


The digital age is the world in which we live today, which is about all those advanced devices around us and all that technology that we live in. To delve more deeply into the term digital world, which includes digital products such as digital books, digital services, websites, electronic articles available on the Internet and their various services. It also indicates the control of modern digital means over others in the field of communication, processing and exchange of information, and this era is characterized by several features due to the advantages of digital means, which are speed, accuracy, proximity, and elimination of borders. Diplomacy is not nascent, as its history extends to pre-Islamic times, but it was not organized as it is now. One of the indications of the aging of the diplomatic system is that the Prophet of Islam Muhammad (may God bless him and grant him peace) established for him what fit his era of diplomatic policies and moral values that preceded their counterpart in the digital age. In this research, I deal with diplomatic posts because of his dealings, may God bless him and grant him peace, with the ambassadors who were sent to him, and what he took into consideration when his ambassadors.


Digital Age, The Internet, Modern Technologies, Prophetic Diplomacy, Moral Values


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