Page 1. aracer.mobi Page 2. aracer.mobi Page 3. aracer.mobi Page 4. aracer.mobi The Surah takes its name al-Mulk from the very first sentence. This Surah has 30 verses and resides between pages to in the Quran. Surah Al-Mulk (pdf. H. Haizam. aracer.mobi aracer.mobi aracer.mobi aracer.mobi Download pdf. ×Close.
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And we believe in him, not just in him, but also in the angels, the book , the messenger, judgment day, we believe in so many things and among them, we believe in him. Now theres exclusivity, because we dont rely on the angels, we dont rely on the book, we dont rely on the messenger, and we dont rely on the Akhirah. Theres Ikhtisas here. Nouman Ali Khan Tell them if your water was just to be taken sunken in, whos going to bring you nice spring water, water thats crystal clear?
This water is about Zam Zam. Makkans thought of themselves as a very powerful nation well taken care of, but their entire water supply was Zam Zam. Yemenis came and settled there, for water. In the 30th Juz, Surahs themes come up regarding these. There is a dedication to the winds in Surah Mursilaat, how much winds can destroy.
This admission in Akhirah will not bring you closer to ALLAH A king has criminals brought to him in his court in chains, and the crime is proven, he says to his guards away with him which means take him away, his place is the dungeon and the guy is begging and pleading and the kings not going to listen now, hes already issues his verdict. The word is stronger. Which means far away in the depths. So in the earth and this world the admission of sin brings us closer to ALLAH and in the Akhirah, admission of guilt get away from here, it does you no good.
Flag for inappropriate content. Related titles. It is Official: Jump to Page. Search inside document. The compilation of this work is an attempt to document the linguistic definitions of words and verbs, some tafseer commentary, and the explanation done by Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan in his Quran: Ayah1 Nouman Ali Khan How blessed is the one and may the one be blessed the one in whose hand all the minion remains in whose hand all kingdom and all ownership is and he is in complete control over all things.
Is a past tense verb. It can be used to declare facts and it can also be a statement of supplication. And he is in complete control over all things. Ayah 2 Nouman Ali Khan The one who created death and life so that he may test you which if them is best or better in terms of deeds and he is the ultimate authority, the exceedingly forgiving. Ayah 3 Nouman Ali Khan The one who created seven skies layered one on top of the other, youre not going to find in the creation of exceedingly merciful any discrepancy then turn your eyes back do you see any crack, any tear any blemish in the sky?
Ayah 4 Nouman Ali Khan Then turn your eye back, the second time around the same way, your eye will come back to you exhausted and its going to be extremely exhausting. The in extreme, the nth degree of exhaustion is actually Arabic. Not just for but for exhaustion also. Ayah 5 Nouman Ali Khan We have already beatified the lowest sky with stars and we made them a means of firing at, stoning, pelting the devils and we have prepared for them a punishment of the blazing flame.
Like we say in Arabic whose translation goes like fruits that are mature, theyre lowered, they come down, their approachable. So the lowest one of it was beautified with which comes from which means lamps. Ayah 6 Nouman Ali Khan And for those whove disbelieved in their master, their punishment is Jahannum, what a horrible place to go back to. Ayah 7 Nouman Ali Khan When theyre about to be thrown in it, they will hear its braying and then it explodes in steam.
Its as though the hell fire is being fed and its making this ugly noise and its compared to that.
The image is given as though when someone is thrown in, theres a loud braying sound Ayah 8 Nouman Ali Khan It is almost about to erupt in anger, every single time a huge group of people is being thrown into it, its guardians, no warner came to you? This statement is very heavy, what is a , is a messenger but the book is also a. Ayah 9 Nouman Ali Khan These Kuffar people say, yes a warner did come to us, we just considered him a lie, and we said ALLAH didnt send anything down , you people, you religious close minded, conservative, backward, unenlightened types, youre the ones holding socity back, your just confused and lost, you need need to open up your mind.
And after listening you will consider giving it some thought Ayah 11 Nouman Ali Khan And then they admit to their sin, so take them out there, away and away, far far away for the people of hell fire. Ayah 13 Nouman Ali Khan Okay keep your words secret or say them out loud, he knows well, he knows fully the nature of what lies in the chest.
Ayah 14 Nouman Ali Khan Doesnt he know who he created? And he is subtle and has full news. Ayah 15 Nouman Ali Khan He is the one who made the earth into a domesticated animal for you, then walk between his shoulders, play within its shoulders, and eat from its provision and at the end of the day, rides going to be over, you have to go back to him, to him is the final raising again. It comes from a root word which means Is people that are lowered, it also means something into a for you, a domesticated animal, not a wild horse.
ALLAH says the earth is a because youve put too much word and burden on them. ALLAH said he made the earth domestic animal and you get to walk between it. Ayah 16 Nouman Ali Khan Are you feeling that safe that the one in the sky is never going to bury you in the earth? Immediately it starts vibrating This is the opposite of the previous Ayah. So for that they use the word feeling so safe that the earth just wont start spinning out of control?
Ayah 17 Nouman Ali Khan Or are you feeling safe that the one in the sky is just never going to send you the fuel of the fire? Then youll find out how he was as a Warner how my warning was - is fuel of a fire.
Sometimes, the face of the earth. Ayah 18 Nouman Ali Khan And those who came much before have also lied, called it all a lie. Ayah 19 Nouman Ali Khan Didnt they look towards the birds above them spreading their wings in a total straight line and then clinching them?
Birds are called when they spread their wings straight, in a total straight line. He didnt use the Ism , Ism is permanent and long and Fil is temporary. Ayah 21 Nouman Ali Khan Is this the one thats going to provide you if he was to stop providing for you, No but the fact of the matter is that they have gone way deep in their arrogance and hatred. Theyve gone way down the road and hatred - to refuse something because you hate it. Ayah 22 Nouman Ali Khan Then for the one who walks upside down on his face is this person more guided as compared to the one who stands up straight balanced, on a straight path.
Ayah 23 Nouman Ali Khan Say hes the one that brought you up [created you] , and he made hearing for you, seeing for you, passionate hearts for you. The words ,and , are used in a sequence, because first you hear what is the path, once you hear about the path, you walk on it with your eyes open and then ALLAH mentions the heart because it needs to stay strong on this journey.
Ayah 24 Nouman Ali Khan Tell them he is the one who created you and spread you out in the earth and to him you will all be herded eventually. When something keeps coming closer and closer to you, its called.
Hell fire will be brought out for the person to see, when they see this punishment approaching, theyll be taken to it, and the fire keeps getting closer, then the faces of those who disbelieve are going to look terrible and it will be said, this is the thing you were making your theories about.
Ayah 28 Nouman Ali Khan Do you hold the opinion that if ALLAH destroys me and everyone around me or he shows his mercy then whos going to rescue the disbelievers from painful punishment? When the enemy comes and attacks you, you go and hide in your neighbors; you get protection from there, thats what the old meaning is. Ayah 29 Nouman Ali Khan Tell them he is Ar-Rahman the exceedingly merciful, we believe in him and rely upon him then soon youll find out whose openly in clear obvious misguidance.
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Thus, the blessed Verses in question treat of the universal system of Creation encouraging man to study the organic system of the world of existence so that he may prepare himself for the great trial, saying that the Lord created the seven heavens one above another. The seven heavens were briefly treated above under "It is Allah Who has created the seven heavens and the earth and from the later the like thereof.
His Command descends between them at all times that you may know that Allah is Omnipotent over all things and His Omniscience encompasses surrounds all things. Now, if we take the seven heavens a reference to the seven planets of the solar system, visible to the naked eye, having their fixed distance from the sun and one is above another. If we regard all the stars and planets visible to the unarmed eye as belonging to the first heaven, it may be said that other worlds exist in higher heavens that one is above another.
The blessed Verse proceeds to say that man may find neither contradiction nor defect nor flaw in the Creation of the Most Gracious Lord. Despite all its greatness, the world of creation is based on systematicity, consistency, well-measured constituents, and precise laws such that had any disorder found its way into the world of creation, it would have caused its destruction. The marvelous systematicity prevailing amongst atoms and their constituent elements, i. At any rate, laws, system, and well-measured plans are to found everywhere.
The blessed Verse closes with further emphasis, urging man to behold once more and observe the world further attentively to find out that there is neither flaw, nor defect, nor inconsistency in the system of the world of creation. The Arabic nominal form futur literally means splitting lengthwise, though it also connotes breaking the fast, inconsistency, and corruption and the last sense is intended herein.
The blessed Verse is saying that no matter how attentively man studies the world of Creation, he may not find the least defect or disharmony in it.
To lay further emphasis on the same point, the blessed Verse 4 says: "Then, behold time and again. The nominal form karra denotes repetition whose dual form is karratayn. In other words, they are encouraged to be attentive time and again so that they see for themselves that there is not a single flaw in such marvelous system of creation and thereby gain further acquaintance with the Omnipotence and Omniscience of the Creator of such system and the world of existence.
At any rate, two significant conclusions may be drawn out of these blessed Verses: 1. The more man exercises attentiveness and precision, the more he may perceive the systematicity and total flawlessness. Many a phenomena, e. The blessed Verses in question explicitly indicate that systematicity and organicism reflect the knowledge and might behind them.
And indeed We have adorned the heaven of the world with lamps and We have made such lamps as means of driving away the devils and have prepared for them the blazing torment. The Arabic nominal form misbah denotes something like a lamp that sheds light at night and makes it as brilliant as the day. Three expressions are to be found in the blessed Verse concerning the stars: 1. Lamp; 2.
Adornment; 3. Driving away the devils. To this it has been said: "Whether those who call you to the right way are destroyed, or shown mercy by Allah, how will their fate change your destiny?
You should look after yourselves and consider who would save you if you were overtaken by the scourge of God? You regard those who believe in God and put their trust in Him as the misguided. A time will come when it will become evident as to who was misguided in actual truth. In conclusion, the people have been asked this question and left to ponder over it "If the water which has come out from the earth at some place in the desert or hill country of Arabia and upon which depends your whole life activity, should sink and vanish underground, who beside Allah can restore to you this life giving water?
Barkat comprehends the meanings of exaltation and greatness, abundance and plentifulness, permanence and multiplicity of virtues and excellences. When the superlative tabaraka is formed from it, it gives the meaning that Allah is infinitely noble and great; He is superior to everything beside Himself in His essence and attributes and works; His beneficence is infinite, and His excellences are permanent and everlasting.
For further explanation, see E. Inevitably it would imply sovereignty over everything that exists in the Universe. Allusion has been made in this brief sentence to a number of truths: 1 That life and death are given by Allah; no one else can grant life nor cause death; 2 that neither the life nor the death of a creation like man, which has been given the power to do both good and evil, is purposeless; the Creator has created him in the world for the test: life is for.
So, the Divine words mean: "You will not see any indiscipline, any disorder and discordance anywhere in the universe, there is nothing disjointed and out of proportion in this world created by Allah: all its parts are well connected and in perfect harmony and coordination. The verse means to say that the whole universe is so closely well-knit and everything in it, from a particle on the earth to the huge galaxies, so well connected and coherent that the continuity of the system of the universe seems to break nowhere, however hard one may try to probe and investigate.
It means: "We have not created this universe dark, dismal and desolate, but have decked and decorated it with stars, the glory and grandeur of which at night strike man with amazement.
Even if they try to ascend heavenward these meteorites drive them away. This thing has been mentioned here because the Arabs believed about the soothsayers, and this also was the claim made by the soothsayers themselves, that the Satans were under their control, or that they had a close contact with them, and through them they received news of the unseen, and thus, could foretell the destinies of the people.
That is why at several places in the Qur'an, it has been stated that there is absolutely no possibility of the Satans' ascending to the heavens and bringing news of the unseen.
For explanation, see E. As for the truth about meteorites, man's information in this regard is still without a scientific basis. However, the theory which seems best to account for all the facts known today and the information gathered from the examination of the meteorites fallen on the earth, is that meteorites originate from the disintegration of one or more planets and wander in space and sometimes fall to the earth under its gravitational pull.
See Encyclopedia Britannica, vol. XV, under "Meteorites". For the explanation of the meaning of disbelieving in the Lord Rabb , see E.
N of AI-Baqarah, E. The sentence may also mean that it could be the sound of Hell itself, as well as that it would be the sound coming from Hell, where the people already flung into it would be screaming and crying. This second meaning is supported by Surah Hud: , where it has been said: "Therein they will pant and hiss because of thirst ", and the first meaning is confirmed by Al-Furqan: 12, which says: "When the Hell will see them from afar, they will hear the sounds of its raging and roaring.
They would try to make them confess that Allah had not kept them uninformed and unwarned: He had sent the Prophets to them; He had informed them of the truth and of the Right Way; He had warned them that if they followed a way other than the Right Way, it would lead them to Hell, in which they had been cast. But they had not listened to the Prophets.
Hence, they rightly deserved the punishment which was being meted out to them at that time. This thing has been pointed out over and over again in the Qur'an that the test for which Allah has sent man in the world is not being conducted by keeping man absolutely unaware and uninformed of the requirements of the test only to see whether he found the right way by himself or not; but Allah has made the most appropriate arrangements that could possibly be trade of guiding him to the Right Way, and it is that He has raised the Prophets and sent down the Books.
Now the test of man lies in this whether he accepts the Prophets and the Books brought by them and adopts the straight way, or turns away from them to follow his own desires, whites and speculations. Thus, the Prophethood, in fact, is Allah's argument which He has established against man and on its acceptance or rejection depends his whole future life. No one, after the appointment of the Prophets, can present the excuse that he remained unaware of the Truth, or that he has been caught and put to the hard test unawares, or that he is being punished while he was innocent.
This theme has been presented in countless different ways in the Qur'an; for instance, see Al-Baqarah: , and E. To ponder over it in an attempt to understand the truth is secondary. Without the Prophet's guidance man cannot by himself reach the Truth directly by using his intellect and common sense.
It means that the real sin because of which they became worthy of Hell was to belie the Messengers and refuse to obey them; all other sins are its consequences.