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"With clear arguments and Books. And O' Beloved! We sent down to you the Remembrance that you may explain to people what was sent down to them and that haply they may ponder." ﴾Surah Nehal Ayat-44﴿ You read Quran in your 20's you understand it in different way you read it in 30's again you see the meanings based on your experiences differently and ...


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If you read the Quran Tafseer you will in go to in depth understanding of the Quran. You might not understand everything by just reading it’s meaning. I am also not saying you read tafsir of every single verse. If you have difficulty understanding verses you should read the tafsir. It will make a good connection with Quran. If you want to understand the ...


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It seems to be someone personal notes like he adds some words for making a better understanding and in some places remove some words when he doesn't found them important to be written and another possibility is that he may had naturally forgotten to write them the under text isnt the quran but does include some part of the quran


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Excess of everything is bad. You can eat anything as long as it is halal.


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What you are missing is that Islam does not seek to fit into other people's way of life. It seems you assume that the prevalent way of life emanating from secular capitalism should be the norm. This is where your enquiry went south, sir. "Islam is a deen which translates to a "way of life" or "lifeway", a "discursive tradition&...


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As you mentioned Quran is not read like Arabs speak in Arabic. Quran absolutely has rules how to recite it and it is called 'Tajweed'. One must recite Quran following the rules of Tajweed. It makes your recitation more beautiful. If you don't recite it without Tajweed it's meaning might change. Allah says in the Quran, "Or add to it, and recite the Qur'...


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Singular form almost always refers to the Prophet Muhammad (SAW). For example: And who believe in what has been revealed to you, [O Muhammad], and what was revealed before you, and of the Hereafter they are certain [in faith]. (2:4) Sometimes it may be singular outwardly referring to the Prophet Muhammad (SAW), but refer to Muslims or people in general by ...


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Allah gave each nation a messenger (quran 10:47)-(quran 14:4).. And Allah name are hidden by all the follower of the books. Example is in Torah as well in Hinduism.. So Allah kept giving the message to each nations. It was the will of Allah . Allah wanted people to corrupt so that Allah test other by one another. And Allah wanted Quran to preserved that is ...


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Bissmillah al Rahman al Raheem... To answer your question I'll use the word "deen" in the Quran. Typically translated as " religion" , but also has many meanings. ‘Deen’ as a Law of an Authority The term ‘Deen’ has been used in the Quran in the phrase ‘deen-il-malik’ (دینِ المَلِکِ), which means ‘King’s Law’ [2]. مَا كَانَ لِيَأْخُذَ ...


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No it is not Bid'ah... It is a description that carries a praise, which does not diminish the status of the Quran. And Bid'ah cannot be loosely used everywhere like that. The classical scholars have defined Bid'ah to have two meanings: something that did not exist or was not done during the era of the Prophet (saw) endorsed by scholars like Shafi'i, Ibn Hazm,...


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Being a disbeliever is not so easy term. Sometimes you may sound something that actually contradict with your belief system. But later you understand your fault. Then you should repent and promise to Allah not to do such act again. You have to know that in Islam swearing on Allah is only allowed. Allah swears in the Quran with His several creations, it is ...


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A better question would have been 'Why were humans created when Jinns existed?'. Because Jinns are not capable of compassion, forgiveness and diligent obedience like humans are. This is shown easily by the antics of Satan. He could, even now, simply ask God for forgiveness, show compassion to mankind and change his ways. That he doesn't and even God says he ...


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Allah doesn't "get" anything. Allah has no needs. No one can benefit Allah in any way since He is perfect. The whole question is, thus, wrong. Allah doesn't do things because he "gets" some benefit or fulfills some need out of it. To try to understand why God did something is impossible except for what God tells us Himself. He told us He ...


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Assalamualaikum ,this will be helpful inshallah. https://youtu.be/vpRFKIIztbM


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I somewhat disagree with the answer given ln by @goldpseudo. The Arabic language - restricted on the words of the qur'an- has not changed. But similarly as the restriction made by 'Othman ibn' Affan in his compilation of the qur'an by favoring the language of Quraish. The - in use- language has restricted certain meanings. And mainly killed the diversity of ...


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Every righteous and believer will enter the paradise. Allah will give everyone their reward for their deeds in the world whether he is man or woman. For your reference check this fatwa https://islamqa.info/en/answers/608/what-is-there-for-woman-in-paradise Allah knows the best.


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As muslims we must take it and believe wate(v)er is written in the holy book. Scrutinizing the word of Allah SWT is blasphemy.


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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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Only the qur'anic text (Arabic - only and without any additions) has certainly the ruling of purity which all other posts require: None touch it except the purified. (56:79) And this text which is written or printed in hardcover is stirctly speaking a moshaf not the qur'an! There's basically nothing hindering you from reaching out a printed copy of the qur'...


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You are asking Allah for xyz by virtue of his names. You are not addressing his names. You are addressing Allah Further explanation here : https://islamqa.info/en/answers/185053/ruling-on-a-person-saying-o-wisdom-of-allah-or-o-mercy-of-allah


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Scholars have difference of opinions about this. Many scholars say you need to do Wudu Before touching the quran. And the reference is for that : [Qur’an, Surat al-Waqi`a: 79] “None can touch it except the pure.” Another opinion is, this ayah is talking about Preserved Tablet (al-lawh al-mahfooz). none can touch it except the pure is referring to the ...


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The content of the Qur'an can be summarised as explaining humanity's great unknowns (ghayb) - purpose in life and how best to fulfil this purpose. It helps contextualise this by explaining what preceded the universe, the eternality of God, the gathering of the souls, the primordial covenant, origins of humanity via Adam and Eve, and what will follow it, the ...


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The somewhat surprising answer is that no Surah other than Surah Mujadilah includes a name of Allah in every verse. These are the top 20 surahs in terms of percentage of verses that have Allah's names: I counted only the 99 well-known names of Allah, and I only counted them if they had the "ال". Meaning "الْعَلِيم" counted, but not just &...


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The Qiraa'at are authentic dialects of the Quran and the Rasool (saw) himself said they were revealed to him by Jibreel. Whichever of the seven dialects you recite is accurate and it is no abrogation. The hadith of Bukhari says “The Qur’an was revealed in 7 Ahruf” (Bukhari) Therefore, it is no abrogation. Abrogation (Naskh) is when a hukm in a verse or ...


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The Qur’an was revealed in 7 different dialects as mentioned by the Prophet (saw) himself, and the various Qira’aat are simply different mixes of these 7 dialects which most Muslims around the world recite today. The Qur’an was revealed in 7 different dialects as mentioned by the Prophet (saw) himself, and the various Mutawaatir Qira’aat are simply different ...


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Yes, according to one view Mut'ah was abrogated by the Quran. This is implied in what has been narrated from some of the sahaba including Ali, Ibn Abbas, Ayesha, Ibn Mas'ud, Abu Hurairah etc. والذين هم لفروجهم حافظون إلا على أزواجهم أو ما ملكت أيمانهم فإنهم غير ملومين فمن ابتغى وراء ذلك فأولئك هم العادون And they who guard their private parts. Except from ...


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