عنوان مقاله [English]
In the sphere of politics and in political studies, discussing the enemy and enmity and negating and proving them leads to lengthy discussions. Some views speak of purifying the enemy and try to theorize capitulation and negate resistance, trying not to introduce the enemy and his enmity in the curriculum in political education. The present study, from the perspective of the philosophy of the curriculum and based on the inferential research method, seeks to answer the following questions: ‘What is the ruling on knowing the enemy in education and how desirable is including this knowledge in the curriculum from the perspective of educational jurisprudence?’ For this purpose, eight arguments from the Qur’an and hadiths were presented and examined in an inferential way. The findings showed that knowing the enemy in education is obligatory in terms of prevention, enjoining what is good, inviting, and also in terms of the duties of the Islamic government as well as the equipment of forces and readiness for jihad and defense and incitement to it.