عنوان مقاله [English]
The Islamic system has faced many problems in recent years, most of them are due to the oil-dependent economy. Halal tourism is one of the branches of economic activity that can guarantee the development of non-oil economy in the country. On the other hand, the high capacity of the mosques and sacred places of worship, such as the shrines of Imams, is a unique opportunity for Halal tourism, which, if opened to non-Muslim tourists, generates a great deal of added value in the economy and leads to preaching of Islam and pure Islamic culture. Regarding the prohibition of the polytheists and disbelievers to enter the mosques and the holy shrines of the infallibles, this paper uses a descriptive method to explain the jurisprudential ruleReconciling the Hearts and its use for the development of halal tourism by providing jurisprudential permission for the People of the Book to enter the mosques and Islamic sacred places. By examining the proofs of reconciling of the hearts as well as the arguments of the inability of the polytheists to enter the mosques, it was finally concluded that the People of the Book, who constitute the major part of foreign tourists, are excluded from the verses that prohibit the entering of those people to mosques. In this way, appropriate investment and targeting as well as using the beautiful artistic features and unique spiritual calm of those places, can be helpful for developing the halal tourism and the endogenous economy in the country and causes preaching Islamic culture to others.