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Aladin from Azra tribe

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  1. Bismillah Said el-Yehoodu and en-Nesara: "We are sons of Allah and loved by Him." Say: "Then why He's making that you get punishment by your sins? On contrary, you're mortals from what He created"... (Qur'an 5:18, an attempt to translate part of ayet) 1) Who are el-Yehoodu and en-Nesara? 2) Why it wasn't said "humans", it was said "mortals" (بَشَرٌ)? 3) Why it wasn't said "from human(s)", it was said "from what He created" (مِّمَّنْ خَلَقَ)? 4) Did el-Yehoodu and en-Nesara say so? I'll give an answer to 4th question and leave to you to think about others, if you want. Genesis 6 (www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Genesis+6&version=NIV) It is obvious that some creatures lived on the Earth and they saw humans' daughters and they married them and got children. Who were they? Job 1:6 (www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Job+1&version=NIV) If you don't know, these were jinn led by Sheytan l.a. himself. Allahumme salli 'ala Muhammedin we 'ala alihi kema salleyte 'ala Ibrahime we 'ala alihi Allah swt knows best
  2. Thank you, sakura, I already know for this translation. @gajarkahalva sorry, it is not "my deen", because "my deen" is what I already quoted in two ayets. This is something else. And this is not the only noun with this usage/meaning. Also, verbs were used w/o "yay" when it's about object pronoun. Allah swt knows best.
  3. Sorry for my English. If somebody cannot understand it's, if I can make example, as I can say "my shirt" and "shirt for me", which means "shirt suitable for me".
  4. Bismillah I wanna say about two mubarek ayets from this short surah, 3rd and 6th. بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَٰنِ الرَّحِيمِ قُلْ يَا أَيُّهَا الْكَافِرُونَ Say: O, you, kafiroon (ones who're rejecting) لَا أَعْبُدُ مَا تَعْبُدُونَ I'm not in a state of slavery to what you're slaves وَلَا أَنْتُمْ عَابِدُونَ مَا أَعْبُدُ And you're not slaves to Whom I'm a slave وَلَا أَنَا عَابِدٌ مَا عَبَدْتُمْ And I'm not a slave to what you're slaves وَلَا أَنْتُمْ عَابِدُونَ مَا أَعْبُدُ And you're not slaves to Whom I'm a slave If we're reading these ayets it would be expected that 3rd ayet to be "And you're not in a state of slavery to Whom I'm a slave". The Qur'an is extraordinary, Allah's Qawl. We all are in state of slavery to Him, but ones who're satisfied with that and they're in that state with their own will, only they're slaves ('abidoon). This is why it wasn't said "you're not in a state of slavery", because we all are in that state and this is why 3rd and 5th ayet are indentical. Last ayet of this surah is لَكُمْ دِينُكُمْ وَلِيَ دِينِ. This is mostly rendered as "To you is your deen and to me is my deen". But, this is not what is said in this ayet. "My deen" (دِينِي) has "yay" at the end and it was used in two ayets: قُلْ يَا أَيُّهَا النَّاسُ إِنْ كُنْتُمْ فِي شَكٍّ مِنْ دِينِي فَلَا أَعْبُدُ الَّذِينَ تَعْبُدُونَ مِنْ دُونِ اللَّهِ وَلَٰكِنْ أَعْبُدُ اللَّهَ الَّذِي يَتَوَفَّاكُمْ ۖ وَأُمِرْتُ أَنْ أَكُونَ مِنَ الْمُؤْمِنِينَ Say: "O, humans, if you're in doubt of my deen, for I'm not a slave to what you're in a state of slavery, skipping Allah, but I'm in a state of slavery to Allah, Who will take you. And it was ordered tome to be of mu'minoon. (10:104) قُلِ اللَّهَ أَعْبُدُ مُخْلِصًا لَهُ دِينِي Say: "I'm in a state of slavery to Allah, sincere to Him is my deen." (37:14) In both cases we can see that it's about being a slave to Allah swt Only. But, what was said in last ayet of surah Kafiroon? I was thinking a lot about it, because I couldn't understand why there is no "yay" if it means "my deen" as in two ayets I quoted. Then, I saw that 1st person singular object with verbs is used with "kesrah only", without "yay", as in 5:44 word اخْشَوْنِ (fear Me). There's word آيَاتِي in same ayet and this word has "yay" at the end and means "My ayets". After that I recognized some nouns with only "kesrah" without "yay" at the end, as for example word مَتَابِ in 13:30, which is rendered as "my return", which can't be, because we're not chosing to return. This means "return for me" and the end of this ayet means "And to Him is return for me." Similarly, the last ayet of surah Kafiroon means: "For your is your deen and for me is deen which is for me". What's the difference and why is this important? "My deen", as in two quoted ayets, is what we're doing and what we have chosen. If we understand same in last ayet of surah Kafiroon it could mean that Muhammed Mustafa sawa chosen (something in) deen. He wasn't, but he recognized deen which is (suitable) for him sawa and he sawa followed it. The importance of this ayet is in that we can't add and we can't change anything in Allah's swt deen. Otherwise,it would be something else, not His deen. We can only accept it "as it is" or we can reject it (as kafiroon) and accept some other deen, as they did. People followed scholars for centuries in what they brought and presented as His deen (done bid'at) or they presented something similar to His deen as His deen. Their case is as the case of the leader of Ibrahim's a.s. people - they're kafiroon, and the state of the people who're following them is as the state of Ibrahim's a.s. people - they're mushrikoon. May Allah swt protects us all. Indeed, Allah's deen is explained in millet of Ibrahim a.s. hanifa. Allah swt knows best
  5. Recite last 3 chapters of the Qur'an in any situation you can. Then, use all of your free time to recite/read the Qur'an. If you don't know to read it, learn. You can recite/read just a single, easy to read surah or even 1 single ayet. Just think about it, while reading. Say salawat on Resulullah sawa and his pure family a.s. whenever you remember. If you know that you're doing something forbidden or you're not doing some obligation, then try to change that. I hope this can help. I'll pray for you and for all Muslimoon and Muslimat. May Allah swt protect us all. Amin.
  6. It was announced that Mohamed Magid will recite adhan, but he recited two ayets from the Qur'an in front of Trump.
  7. Brother, waqr is not "deaf", it's "deafness". Waqar means "deaf", as it is adjective, from the same root and it has to come with the same linguistic rules. What made confusion is in ayet 48:9, word "waqqiruhu", the only verb used from this root. This verb was understood as "respect him" and it's good, but not precize meaning. There're many words for "respect", but they differ. In this case, we have to understand this word and we can do it from its infinitive, which is "waqr" (deafness). Since waqqiruhu is form II verb, it means "causing" form I verb and/or infinitve. In this case this word should mean "causing deafness". So, it was told to "cause deafness to the resul". Yes, this is the literal meaning. How to cause deafness to him? Most of ashabs were rude and they weren't good in behaving towards anybody, as we can understand from many ayets. They were told many times to be different to Muhammed Mustafa sawa then they're in their relations to each other. In this ayet they were told to be silent in front of him, and that's their respect asked. If they are silent, then he sawa can't hear. So, all words used from the root w-q-r are about deafness, as its infinitive. There's no exceptions in Allah's Qawl, just we can't understand it often. In surah Nooh, he a.s. was asking his people if they think that Allah is deaf to their du'as. Allah swt knows best
  8. Bismillah I'll offer my own understanding of 3 words from these ayets, words of h. Nooh a.s. I'd like to recommend this surah to ones who wanna invite others to Him, no matter if these individuals are Muslims or not. يُمْدِدْكُم common understanding of this word is "He will increase (to) you", but since it comes from medde, this should mean "He will extend (prolongate) you". Then comes "with wealth(s) and kids". This doesn't mean that Allah swt will give us just more of wealth and kids, this means that He'll make them to last long(er) and that we enjoy them better. Btw, same verb was used for the Earth also and it means that the Earth is extended too. وَقَارًا this word is translated very confusing, almost all translators have their own views and I haven't found that any of ones I know tried to think deeper about it. This is the only word in this form from this root, but it's not hard to understand it, since its infinitive was used so many times and it's clear. Only Mubarakuri didn't translated it at all, but he missed the meaning too. Anyways, this word means "deaf". Nooh a.s. invited his people towards Allah swt, and after he told to them that they should ask for forgiveness, he asked: "What is with you? You do not expect from Allah that He is deaf?" Which, as I hope, is obvious that is just continuation of his speech, invitation to them to ask forgiveness from Allah swt. أَطْوَارًا this was most confusing for translators. Honestly, I don't know English word for this, but I'll try to explain it and maybe somebody can offer some word with that meaning. It's as we're trying to feed birds, but when we come close to them they scatter. It's the case even when birds are used to be fed by the people. They know that we'll feed them, but they're flying away from us, anyways. Maybe English word could be "obstinate", but I'm not sure. I come to this conclusion because I've saw that words from this root (with waw at 'ayn position) share same root with words for which we were told that have "yay" at 'ayn position, as the word "tayr" with meaning "flying creatures" (ie. birds, ants...). I hope this can be helpful. Allah swt knows best
  9. Dear weliyy, then please quote some about muqatta'at, for example. Or, if it's easier, quote some about the question brother asked. One of shi'a scholars told about this ayet that the Qur'an is not important at all, as I saw recently here. Was he reading those shi'a narrations? Or, maybe, it's easier if we understand from ahadith what is "burooj fi-s-sema'" or "to which hills Ibrahim a.s. put pieces of cutted birds" or... I can ask and ask. But you can choose, dear weliyy, quote us some, please. I based every word I wrote in text you quoted on the Qur'an.
  10. It's what I said. As I said, el-mutteqoon understand it and I don't understand why they should claim that. People from any "special group" reached thair status for Allah swt Only and with His Help Only. I don't think they care about what others think about them. As I told, this can only be gotten from Allah swt and through deeds which He explained (detailed) in the Qur'an. So, even if somebody is talking about that 24/7 we (?) can't understand it and can't recognize it. I also told that there are several "special groups" and we should strive to be in any, but we should know what is possible for us to do/be. We cannot be of rusul or of nebiyyoon or of 'imams, but we can probably be in some other group, which is dependant on our "nature". Of course, I can be wrong for everything, el-haqq is not from me and it's not mine. I'm just saying what I understood, because you asked. Allah swt knows best
  11. Yes, brother. "Tefseel" is "detailed explanation" and it's connected with its basic meaning, which we can understand as "classifying" (if I've chosen correct English word). So, El-Qur'an is, besides other qualities, detailed explanation of "dhalike-l-Kitab", named as "Elif-Lam-Meem". As I understood it, if we are reading the Qur'an as Allah swt told us, and we think about its ayets, as He told us, then it's upto Him to explain it to us. In its explanation is also detailed explanation (Tafseel) of El-Kitab named "Alif-Lam-Meem", which is required for us to be of el-mutteqoon. This shouldn't been understood as this is required to be mu'min or muslim or to enter Jennet or anything similar. El-Mutteqoon are "just" "special group" of individuals (of en-nas and el-jinnet). There're some other "special groups" and to be amongs them we can also understand requirements. Requirements for those groups are not in "special knowledge", some of them are in "sacrificing ourselves and our wealth" or "being patient", etc. Even some of el-Mutteqoon will be (are) on the same or lower level then some individuals from other groups. We should not hurry and we should walk on His Path. Allah swt knows best
  12. I know, brother, it's same El-Kitab as in 2nd surah. It's El-Kitab, which is in the whole Qur'an. It's huden for el-mutteqoon and all which was said. To know more about it you can check other ayets with muqatta'at, and/or you can read what others found out.
  13. I'm telling you that El-Kitab from 2:2 (or 2:3) is not any book nor it's Qur'an. It's "Alif-Lam-Mim". Leave Shakir and Co.
  14. Brother, start with 1st ayet of 5th surah and go to the next ayet ayet, then go to ayets 94-96. I already offered my own understanding and I don't wanna talk about translations I know are wrong. On the other hand this forum is on "fiqh" (I don't know what is it), so I was told that it should be about shi'a fiqh only. I'm not a shi'a, so I won't offer my translation here and you can find most of them at tanzil.net If you have anything to discuss start a topic on other forums and I'll comment if I find it usefull for us.
  15. Alif-Lam-Mim is El-Kitab and what is said after that word. I'm not Hanafi either, but I thought it's 2:2 in every Mushaf. I hope there are plenty of shi'a scholrs who were talking about muqatta'at, I hope you can find your answer in their works.
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