Well , you could try tafsir of other scholars on YouTube like :
Noumal Ali Khan (Bayiinah Institute)
Advocate Faiz Syed (Urdu Speaker)
In books I would recommend The Noble Qur'an of Dr Muhsin Khan
Bin baz (late Saudi Mufti) , Mohamed almunajjed both said it's ok to read from The Qur'an and hold it while praying , Khaled Almosleh said the same for the Qura'an and for any tablets that shows the Qura'an.
May allah Accept your Salah
The madhab of the majority of the Muslims is that they must be united under one caliph and those who oppose a rightful caliph should be fought if necessary to make them submit.
There are various proofs for this: for example the verses 3:103, 8:46 which prohibit division into groups, 49:9 which commands fighting the rebels, ahadith such as the one ...
A translation of the verse is:
So if you are in doubt, [O Muhammad], about that which We have revealed to you, then ask those who have been reading the Scripture before you. The truth has certainly come to you from your Lord, so never be among the doubters. (10:94)
The verse outwardly addresses the Prophet (SAW) but it implicitly addresses people in ...
The two verses apply to different categories of disbelievers.
The first verse applies to those who are either subjects of the Islamic state or have a treaty with it i.e. a dhimmi, musta’min, mu‘aahid. These may freely practice their religion and it is not permitted to strike off their necks.
The second verse applies to the other set i.e. a harbi. They are ...