It is pronounced as lumazah when making a pause at the end of the first ayah. Check the recitation with pause: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEHUaGHyNFU
It is pronounced as lumazatin ilathi when you connect the two ayat. The نِ denotes the n sound. Check the joint recitation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIAc6_n6Tb0
Generally ة is pronounced as ha if ...
Allah wanted to make Adam AS the khalifa of earth. But Iblis wanted to be the khalifa of earth and he was shocked by hearing that, Allah will create a new creation instead of making him the Khalifa.
So my Question is Iblis was already in paradise. Compare to paradise, earth is nothing. Then why did Iblis wanted to be the khalifa of the earth?
This is not ...
Are there clear rules about how such words in the Quran should be pronounced based purely on reading it?
Yes, such rules do exist. Many editions of the Mushaf usually include a section at the end which contains a summary of those rules with examples for each one. You can find that section in this Mushaf, for example. Here are some screenshots from it:
The hadith you refer to is the following in Jami' At-Tirmidhi:
Adi ibn Hatim narrated: "I came to the Prophet (ﷺ) while I had a cross of gold around my neck. He said: 'O Adi! Remove this idol from yourself!’ And I heard him reciting from Surah Bara’ah: They took their rabbis and monks as lords besides Allah (9:31). He said: ‘As for them, they did not ...
The Quran not being a science book is quite relevant. What ancient scholars did, and what we still do, is to observe how the universe works and try to link that with the verses in the Quran that mention these things.
They thought the Earth was stationary and the sun and moon orbited it. That was the best science of the day. This statement of yours is a ...
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"What we promised them" refers to punishment in the world according to all the tafasir I looked at.
A few verses before, in the same Surah, Allah promised it to them:
For them will be punishment in the life of [this] world, and the punishment of the Hereafter is more severe. And they will not have from Allah any protector. (13:34)
Allah tells the ...
The intention of this so-called deception is to get at the truth. This is very different from a deception whose intention is to deceive, to falsify, to mislead whether it is one person, a group or a whole nation.
Thus, whilst you say that the Joseph 'engages in a deception'. By the above, this is not correct, and in a way, is misleading itself. His aim here ...
It's not a matter of overlooking. It was translated that way mainly because that is a common interpretation of what the Arabic word "Zaalika" means in that context even though usually it means "that" rather than "this".
In the tafsir of that verse, Ibn Kathir says, for example:
قَالَ ابْنُ جُرَيج: قَالَ ابْنُ عَبَّاسٍ: "...
Quran and Sunnah are both sources of revelation. Asking why Allah gave a ruling in one source rather than another is a pointless question: It is like asking why the punishment of theft and banditry is in Surah Maidah and not Surah Nur where the punishment of slander and fornication are mentioned. There is no answer for it, Allah does as He wills.
I wouldn't say there has been extensive discussion, but some people have discussed it.
In the case of Surah Ikhlas, the reason it was revealed (Sabab an-Nuzul) is itself a reasoning for the existence of the "Say" in its beginning.
There are many reported narrations for why it was revealed but what they have in common is that it was revealed at a ...
Although Allah knows the future and outcome of the test, He does the physical test anyway for the purpose of justice.
Imagine a world where you could see the future and know the crimes someone would commit before they committed them. It would still be somewhat unfair to arrest and punish the person before they actually commit any crime or before they at ...