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Little research has been carried out on Qur’anic lessons and canons relating to human communications, particularly media activities and their interaction with the audiences, and there is no rigid literature on media behaviors in this regard. The present study attempts to shed lights on Qur’anic canons and principles about commitment to truthfulness in the process of conveying message via media.
The Holy Qur’an advises all its messengers to observe truthfulness and avoid treason in conveying messages, and does not deem white lies as appropriate. God and His messengers’ words are based on truthfulness and they do not go against this tenet for persuasion of a few individuals to join religion. Media and their owners shouldn’t overlook the truth on personal accounts or fear for staining their social-political status; they have to avoid talking based on personal interests or the interests of a certain group of individuals.