polyphonic is one of the most original theories proposed by Russian theorist Mikhail Bakhtin and has paved the way for new research on the complexities of novel prose. Bakhtin, in the novel genre, sees a capacity to field voices that he believes cannot be found in other literary types. In a multi-voice novel, because of the justice in its space, the voice of different characters are heard by the audience and are even allowed to disagree with the author's desire and opinion, as well as a connection and dialogue between the text of the novel and other texts, and their voices are heard. Gradually, the concept of dialogue has become more dynamic and widespread in the range of theories of literary studies, in a way that has created diverse and diverse considerations and considerations. Among the novels in which polyphonic capacity is evident is the novel "Raheel" by Ms. Jihad al-Rajabi, a contemporary, Islamist and Palestinian writer who, although he has an Islamist view of the Palestinian resistance, does not impose his view on the characters of the story, because of the democracy in the novel Raheel's novel can be part of multi-voiced novels because of its dialogue and free expression of ideology and thinking of fictional characters and with the benefit of polyphony components according to Mikhail Bakhtin's theory, such as dialogue, interfaith so the author in this study is to investigate the polyphony technique in Raheel's novel, which is one of the most prominent works of Jihad al-Rajabi.