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The ayah is speaking to those who deny the Day of Judgement because they don't think they can be created again. Further in the passage, Allah quotes them: ‘What! After we have died and become dust and bones, shall we really be raised up again, along with our forefathers?’ Say, "Yes, and you will be [rendered] contemptible." (37:16-18) The purpose ...


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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 ...


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The qur'an was revealed in pieces to Muhammed () for about 20-21 Years (with interruptions: time periods where Muhammed neither received a revelation nor the angel Jibreel()). When a verse (or more) was (were) revealed Muhammed () used to dictate it to his scribes and asked them to put it in order so basically the strongest opinion about the Chapters or ...


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First of all, no, I do not think or at least have not seen that there is too much historical evidence to that effect. This is simply because there is very little record of Jesus (AS)'s life in general except for the Gospels themselves (which are being accused of corruption). But, to put emphasis again, the lack of historical evidence is not a demonstration ...


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See the sura 87 aya 6 SAHIH INTERNATIONAL We will make you recite, [O Muhammad], and you will not forget, سَنُقْرِئُكَ فَلَا تَنسَىٰ - 87:6 There is a hadeeth saying that Gabrial was reviewing the Quran with the prophet each year once but last year of his life they reviewed it twice  أسرَّ إلي -تعني أن أباها حدثها سراً فقال لها- إن جبريل كان يعارضني ...


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I am a native arabic speaker. No, there is no difference in the pronounciation of them. you can listen to an automatic voice using the voice icon in google translator: test it here. if you use the Arabic diacritics, you will get a good automatic pronociation.


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أم من خلقنا refers to the other creation that has been mentioned previously in the surah: The Heavens and the Earth and what they contain. This is also supported by the following ayat: لخلق السماوات والأرض أكبر من خلق الناس ولكن أكثر الناس لا يعلمون The creation of the heavens and earth is greater than the creation of mankind, but most of the people ...


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First note that your question title is asking about 6 letters while the content only reveals 4! The best way is to look for a hafidh who has a connected chain to the prophet and learn from him the so called makharij al-Huruf مخارج الحروف first. See also Need proper pronunciation of various Arabic alphabets to read Quran correctly IMHO ظ is the only ...


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It is permissible, even mustahab, to greet the people inside a mosque, and also to say it if there is no one else besides yourself. فإذا دخلتم بيوتا فسلموا على أنفسكم تحية من عند الله مباركة طيبة But when you enter houses, give greetings of peace upon each other - a greeting from Allah, blessed and good. — Quran 24:61 It has been narrated from some of the ...


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There are 8 colors mentioned in the Quran. Red occurs in the Quran only once (35:27) Yellow, occurs total five times in the Quran (2:69, 30:51, 39:21, 57:20, 77:33). Blue is used once in the Quran, in an allegory about the hereafter. 20:102 Green appears throughout the Quran as a color that symbolises life (6:99, 12:43, 12:46, 18:31, 22:63, 36:80, 55:76, ...


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Note that the disapproval, if any, is on adding something to a mushaf which is not part of the Quranic text, not on writing the text itself. If a letter has faded then it means that the mushaf now has a potential mistake, and it is obligatory not just permissible to correct it when you find it. ينص الحنفية والشافعية على أن إصلاح ما قد يقع في بعض المصاحف ...


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You see, the problem here is that the Arabic language has changed. Which can be said for pretty much any other language that has been in use for over fourteen centuries. Arabic, as it is commonly spoken and understood around the world, really has little in common with the Arabic spoken during the time of the Prophet and encoded in the Qur'an. Heck, even the ...


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Mufassirs get their interpretation from a variety of sources. In in this case it could be Isra'iliyyat tradition as Wahab bin Munabbih is famous for quoting it.


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If we took the presented texts on this website as an evidence they seem to agree to what Harun is suggesting in his comment: For example in the second image you may find at the end of the second line: the beginning of verse (20:15) where the word: الساعة has been split and only the letter alif is left in the second line, while the third line begins ...


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From what I understand, the question is talking about equality in terms of difficulty of life or difficulty of Allah's test. The answer to that is clearly no. A simple evidence is that we are told to make the following dua: [...] Lord, do not burden us as You burdened those before us. [...] (2:286) And according to the Prophet (SAW), Allah accepted the ...


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(This answer is for the unedited version of the question) From my observation this one is closest Al-Hujurat (49:13) Sahih International: O mankind, indeed We have created you from male and female and made you peoples and tribes that you may know one another. Indeed, the most noble of you in the sight of Allah is the most righteous of you. Indeed, Allah is ...


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The short answer is: We're equal in some senses, but also different in many. Baqara: 286 لَا يُكَلِّفُ اللَّهُ نَفْسًا إِلَّا وُسْعَهَا ۚ Allah does not charge a soul except [with that within] its capacity. Meaning each soul has a certain capacity. Even for a single person has different capacities at different times: Our abilities change by: age, ...


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No you can't , you have to arrange Halal food for yourself . When you were going obviously you were aware about it . In some cases when you are near to die , you can eat "Haram" for the sake of survival.


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The Quran informs us of what was forbidden to them in reality, and it is quite possible for the present Jewish law to differ because it has undergone Tahrif. يحرفون الكلم عن مواضعه ونسوا حظا مما ذكروا به They distort words from their [proper] usages and have forgotten a portion of that of which they were reminded. — Quran 5:13 Even if we are to suppose ...


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Abdullah ibn Ubayy is well known as the chief of the hypocrites in Medina; however with a cursory search I could not find anything linking him to this verse. Rather, Nadr ibn al-Harith is claimed in some traditions to be the person regarding whom this verse was revealed. He purchased singing slave-girls for the purpose of detracting people from Islam. ...


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The ج sign after َهُو indicates that this is a position for waqf jaa'iz (permissible pausing/rest) according the tajweed rules of riwayat Hafs 'an' Asim. This means you have the choice to pause (which is marked by a silent diacritics - sukun- in the recitation) or go ahead reciting. So if you toke this opportunity and made a pause you'll recite هُوَ ...


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Pagans did not believe to neither resurrection nor afterlife. in Surah As Saaffat 16 to 20 (37.16/20) Qur'an have said that attitude of deniers about these two subject above. Others are literally others. All the creature, cosmos, beings. "Others" point out that magnificence and perfection to make think and to straighten deniers. Wallahualam


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According to this fatwa on islamweb #48460 (in Arabic). Your interpretation of the significant parts is simply wrong: O Allah! We implore You for help and beg forgiveness of You and believe in You and rely on You and extol You and we are thankful to You and are not ungrateful to You and we alienate and forsake those who disobey You. اللهم إنا نستعينك ...


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Islam requires showing good treatment, humility and utmost respect towards parents. وقضى ربك ألا تعبدوا إلا إياه وبالوالدين إحسانا إما يبلغن عندك الكبر أحدهما أو كلاهما فلا تقل لهما أف ولا تنهرهما وقل لهما قولا كريما واخفض لهما جناح الذل من الرحمة وقل رب ارحمهما كما ربياني صغيرا And your Lord has decreed that you not worship except Him, and to parents, good ...


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Note that the word (the) color (Arabic اللون) itself has been mentioned in the qur'an nine times. Further only six colors have been mentioned clearly by their names, but more can be found when checking details. The first color (if we start reading the qur'an starting with al-Fatihah and ending with an-Nas) which was mentioned is: (The) yellow (Arabic ...


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Well , you could try tafsir of other scholars on YouTube like : Noumal Ali Khan (Bayiinah Institute) Dr.Yasir Qadhi Advocate Faiz Syed (Urdu Speaker) In books I would recommend The Noble Qur'an of Dr Muhsin Khan


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For the verse: وَ‍‍قُ‍‍لْ ‌‍رَبِّ ‌أَ‌دْ‍‍خِ‍‍لْنِي مُ‍‍دْ‍‍خَ‍‍لَ صِ‍‍‍دْ‍‍قٍ ‌وَ‌أَ‍خْ‍‍‍رِجْ‍‍نِي مُ‍‍خْ‍‍رَجَ صِ‍‍‍دْ‍‍قٍ ‌وَ‌اجْ‍‍عَلْ لِي مِ‍‌‍ن‌ْ لَدُ‌نْ‍‍كَ سُلْ‍‍طَ‍‍اناً نَ‍‍صِ‍‍ي‍‍ر‌اً And say, "My Lord, cause me to enter a sound entrance and to exit a sound exit and grant me from Yourself a supporting authority." (17:80) Ibn Kathir ...


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If you wanted to ignore any nuance and context regarding the verses of the Quran, you needn't have even gone this far to get a contradiction. Just take the first verse you mentioned: Do you not know that to Allah belongs the dominion of the heavens and the earth and [that] you have not besides Allah any protector or any helper? (2:107) If you wished to ...


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