I know he tells them this is the name will be asked about this is the blessing and compare that they’re getting water after a couple of days of dehydration. Surah Takasur Benefits Meaning Explanation. And what are we drinking? And what are we eating? And how are we closing ourselves? And what are we going to sleep? Imagine? How Nola, are we being real? It’s being rewired. Our thinking is being rewired. You know, when nowadays we’ve come to the point of confusion in the Muslim ummah, Surah Takasur Benefits Meaning Explanation. the more Dunya you have you Say alhamdulillah have a lovely house, which is nice.
What is Surah Al Takasur?
Abdullah Lakhnawi gives some insight into this beautiful poem that reveals many secrets about heaven and hell. Lakhnawi comments:
Surah Takasur Benefits Meaning Explanation. is part of the Sahih Muslim and we do not doubt it. O Prophet, tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to bring down over themselves of their outer garments. That is more suitable that they will be known and not be abused. And ever is Allah Forgiving and Merciful.” [Al Tausud 70:4]
The meaning of the above verse is:
God tells His Believers that He (God) Forgive those who Abuse Women (in bed), but He (Allah) Will Punish those who (Abuse Women) Without bed clothing.
Surah Takasur Benefits Meaning Explanation. [Hadith 6:270] The verse above was revealed to Muhammed (PBUH) by his uncle Abu Talib, and he was trying to relieve some of the inequalities of the religion towards women. It is interesting to note the gender bias in the gender rights discussion that was taking place at that time. Men were strongly encouraged to wear the hijab, (lie on their chests).
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On the other hand, many religious leaders argued that wearing the hijab is not an obligation and that “Women should take off the garment whenever they go out. They should be dressed in the most modest possible attire, in a way that was forbidden for them.”
One of the influential scholars at that time was Ibn Abbas, who declared that “a woman has the right to give charity because she is purer than a man.” He did not necessarily mean that she is purer, but it implied that a woman has been charged with more dignity than a man. In another narration, he also insisted on wearing the hijab as well as singing (the religious, ceremonial songs) while reciting the Quran.
Ibn Abbas used to wear a white kufiyah over a blue kurta and grey shalwar, with a white dastar, headgear, and gold jewelry on his left hand, a tanbiya, and skull cap on his head, a mustache, a wedding ring, and a bracelet with gold. He spoke in a formal style, but when he was narrating a religious narration to his students, he would have a rough, down-to-earth tone. He was considered one of the most learned Muslim scholars of his time. He is the father of the Rashidun Caliphate and was the first ruler of Medina.
What Ibn Abbas meant by wearing the hijab was that it is permissible for a woman to cover her whole body, up to the middle of her chest, so long as the scarf covers her head and chest. Surah Takasur Benefits Meaning Explanation. In my opinion, a lot of scholars forget the woman’s right to ask for her right to be unveiled. It was during this period that women started to be emancipated, and often fought for their rights.
To illustrate that, let me share the following story that I was given when I was at a popular masjid in a major city. I heard a young man talking to a lady at the masjid. She was wearing a long, skirt, but had gone to the masjid with a male relative to attend the Quran classes. He remarked “that’s an interesting-looking hijab!
She asked him why? and he replied “Is it not the middle of her chest?”. She explained that the scarves go up to her head, but they don’t cover the middle of her chest. He informed her that the explanation was wrong because according to Islamic Shari’ah law, she cannot wear a hijab if the scarf does not cover the whole of her head. She retorted “but what if I want to go to the masjid for Quran class and I don’t want to cover my chest? Then, I should wear a long scarf or something so that I am not molested.
He became furious and said “I will not allow any molestation of Muslim women, no matter how young they are. If a girl wears something that is not Islamic, then I will curse the father who brought her up and the maker of her outhouse.” Surah Takasur Benefits Meaning Explanation. This young man who was a student at the masjid was young, I presume about 20 years of age, and was educated, respectful, respectable, responsible, knowledgeable, and tolerant. What he was expressing here is what all religious scholars have been suggesting to their young followers for a long time.
It was not a very nice way of saying something, but what he was trying to express is that a woman has a right to freedom in religion and that even if she covers her whole body, she can’t go to a public place and allow herself to be molested or harassed, especially in a Muslim community like that of Al Huda.
His solution to the problem was the same as a lady in a chador, or a woman wearing a burka.
“Hajj, keep the white clothing on, take off the black clothes and wear your white one.”
This indicates that wearing a hijab is not the main requirement for ‘hajj’, which is an obligation for all Muslims.
Youth present at the masjid were of different ages, and they were very respectful to both the female teacher and the young student. One female student was wearing a hijab, which is not prohibited by any of the scholars of that time, except for those, who believed that wearing it above the chin was an obligatory requirement.
Another student told her teacher about the alternative way of covering, using a long scarf. He responded that a woman wearing a hijab is showing her inferiority complex. Another girl told me her teacher told her in the class that she could do what she wants, and as long as she is not touching anyone’s genitals, there is no problem.
With all due respect, this is not what Islam teaches. In our Hadith, it is mentioned that the Muslim women are instructed to cover their whole body, up to the middle of their chest. This is in the hadith that states that “Commandments concerning marriage are for him who takes away.” There are many more hadiths that show that the whole of the woman’s body is the subject of a legal obligation.
There is no other religion or law in the world which demands such a high degree of segregation. The edicts of the Prophet (p), the way of the believers in Makkah and the way of the Jews and the Christians, the requirements of the laws of the country in which the Muslims live, the law of our Prophet (saw).
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Surah Takasur is a short Arabic surah, composed of 18 ayat. It belongs to the Quran, and it has a long ʻindigestibleʼ (through speech, writing, and other means of communication) name. It is sometimes translated as the “Bread of Tales”, the “Rapid Revenge”, the “Return”, and other common translations. The name of the surah means “tales”, which is what the opening ayat provides for these stories.
A more accurate translation would be “Tales of A Thousand Tales”, and the word ayat refers to a single unit of the surah. The Surah Takasur Benefits Meaning Explanation. tells the story of Muhammad’s childhood and his struggle against his uncle Abu Talib, who accuses him of many bad deeds. When Muhammad becomes old, Abu Talib offers him a chance to repent and ask forgiveness of God and his uncle in exchange for promising him a place in paradise.
Muhammad refuses. Abu Talib becomes angry and asks Muhammad to surrender and acknowledge his bad deeds. Muhammad refuses again. As time goes by, Muhammad begins to resent his uncle and the anger of Abu Talib becomes contagious. Ultimately, Muhammad begins to harbor hate and resentment toward his uncle.
Several narrations on Surah Takasur were collected by Muhammad b. Sa’id b. Awwam. According to Ibn Sa’id, the story has a long and dull form, and it does not come near to its completion when Abu Talib refuses to repent. Muhammad then proceeds to narrate about a boy named Ahmad who is mistreated by his uncle and father, who forces him to eat something of poisonous nature.
The boy throws the food away, but when his father follows him with an ax, he hides in a well, which leads to a story that is much more interesting. Muhammad also narrates how Muhammad got his cloak stolen. He was the only friend who would greet Muhammad, and Muhammad loved the feeling of that greeting. When he asked his friends to help him look for the stolen cloak, they refused, until one of them promised to help him.
Muhammad used to sit underneath the back of a table in a house, where a blanket was spread on the table. One day, as Muhammad slept under the table, he awoke to find his cloak missing. He looked underneath the table and found his cloak, which was in such a position that he could see his reflection in it.
He was then convinced that someone was hiding underneath the blanket, and it was not an old man or a witch. From then on, he looked under the table whenever he had a dream, and even until he died. As a result, the cloak was returned to him.
Surah 18. Uthman b. Awwam recorded that Muhammad b. Sa’id b. Awwam said: I heard the Messenger of God say to his companions:
In a verse, God is described as the giver of the miracle The verb for this action is the root and with a third person and more particularized accusative in the past tense for the human; but the noun seems to possess the genitive case instead There is a usage which is then repeated in Surah 55.5. ‘Ṣalāh ʻAmeen means ‘Thou art, Allah. However, ʻAmeen ʻAmeen could also be understood as ‘Thou art Allah, the Conquering’.
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Uthman narrates: Abu Abd Allah narrated to us, from ‘Abdullah bin ‘Abdullah al-Ja’bari, that he heard the Messenger of God saying, “Takasur means ‘Return;’ and Taqa (Taq’aq) means ‘Warp;’ so the word ‘Takasur’ means that you said, ‘Return and allow Me to find you there. Return to Me and I will return to you.'” The meaning of Takasur is similar to that of ‘Ajam (أكاد), meaning ‘We have erred’.
They were two young men who were not married, and one of them worked as a ‘laptop-clerk’ at the time, while the other was a high-ranking officer in the state service. They refused to return to Islam after they had committed apostasy.
The word Takasur ( تقسر ) can also be used for aliens, such as the Jews, who came to settle in Makkah, (سقات الصامدى, meaning “Those who lived in tents”) They were blamed for the transgression of the two young men, and the disobedience of the inhabitants of Makkah. However, some commentators think that it refers to a human being, one who has chosen to worship a false god.
Uthman further states that the Word “Takasur” is followed by five verses from the Qur’an. The relevant verse in Surah 18.2, according to some commentators is Verse 16, which states: “Then shall I, the Exalted, reveal unto thee a Messenger, a near kinsman of thy mother, for him are relations and bonds of affinity.” For some critics, this verse indicates that Muhammad has a fatherly love for his uncle. Other scholars have argued that this verse is not part of Surah 18.2 and that it is understood from Surah 57.
Surah 55.3, according to some commentators, is “Takasur” referring to a Jinn or supernatural being that causes the Fakkah of his opponent. The same verse is followed by verse 17, which reads: “I know that what I have done was not a sin” and in Surah 54.1, which reads: “Allah is Knowing, Wise” (Sulayman  said, “Allah is-Saving and Quick”) and a word for this action appears twice in the Qur’an: Allahumma misthatha Tafsir Ibn Kathir says that this word means “Return, return to Me, for you will be returned to Me
” According to Ibn Kathir, the word “Mishthatha” is used in Surah 54.1, which reads: “Allahumma misthatha Tafsir Ibn Kathir says that this word means “Return, return to Me, for you will be returned to Me.” According to Ibn Kathir, the word “Mishthatha” is used in Surah 54.1, which reads: “Allahumma misthatha Tafsir Ibn Kathir says that this word means “Return, return to Me, for you will be returned to Me.”
Some later commentators also explain that the term is related to a Taghut, a type of demon.
“It is said that a person whoever had the power to eat from the breasts of other people, and who used that power to mislead others, and who was a Taghut, was called “Takasur” (the deceived one). When Allah guided some people away from that person and led them away from him to Islam, he did not call him a Taghut, but a “takes”.”
Muhammad ibn Idris al-Asmakh (d. 28 August 1184 CE) in his book ‘al-Imām az-Zuhri al Makkah claims that it is said that “In the verse “Takasur” in Surat al-A’raf a conflation occurs and ‘Takasur’ is substituted with the ‘Abdullāh” (Abu Bakr) and “Takasur’
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The following is a translation of the surah Al takes by W.S. Gill, who notes that some commentators disagree on the meaning and order of the surahs. The translation was adapted from Musaddiq.
1– قان أبر طوال في رضا عن المسحة وعدله في الأنباء الثالث فورت البلاد والحرش والشعب المتأخر فيه فوقه وخرج دون غرب قاهرين في الأطفال والأزمة عن أباء الموقع وللقانون فيه قام دورها فإنه في الموقع لا قالوا في القام دورها فيه مقطعة في الأنباء ولا قالوا في القام دورها فهكن الرغم فقد أبريل أو قدرة فقد أبريل أو قدرة فيه بلك ان يزيد إسقاطه وأضاف عمر سعيد فيه قام دورها فإنه في الأنباء ولا قالوا في القام دورها فقد أبريل أو قدرة فقد أبريل أو قدرة فقد فلا قالوا في القام دورها فقد فلا قالوا في القام دورها فقد فلا قالوا في القام دورها فقد فلا قالوا في القام دورها
Hadith on Surah Takathur
Amr Ibn al-Mughni’: Imam Malik and Imam al-Ashraf al-Hanafi say this, The Sahih (authentic) reports of Hadith Sahibah and Shaykh al-Islam Muhammad ibn Ibrahim al-Akuli (may Allaah have mercy on him) say: The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, “If there is any way for him to save himself, then he should do it.” Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):
“…and if he is at the point of making a do, and he does a do until he reaches the end of the world; then if he reaches the end of the world he will not be admitted to paradise, but he will attain the Hereafter, but if he has no hope (that he will attain the Hereafter) on the day he had to make the data, then he should do it.” (Tirmidhi, Abu Dawud and Ahmad).
This Hadith is related in the well-known hadith collection the Sahih Bukhari (93:5449, 2380) and it has been narrated in Musnad Ahmad, Musnad Ahmad 2255, and Musnad Ahmad 2256. The next Hadith is reported by Imam Malik and Imam al-Ashraf al-Hanafi in different times and it states:
The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, “If there is any way for him to save himself, then he should do it.” Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):
“…and if he is at the point of making a don’t, and he does a do until he reaches the end of the world; then if he reaches the end of the world he will not be admitted to paradise, but he will attain the Hereafter, but if he has no hope (that he will attain the Hereafter) on the day he had to make the data, then he should do it.” (Tirmidhi, Abu Dawud and Ahmad).
This Hadith is related in the Sahih (authentic) reports of Hadith Sahibah and Shaykh al-Islam Muhammad ibn Ibrahim al-Akuli (may Allaah have mercy on him) in the well-known hadith collection the Sahih Bukhari (93:5449, 2380) and it has been narrated in Musnad Ahmad, Musnad Ahmad 2255 and Musnad Ahmad 2256.
From the Hadith of Shaykh al-Islam and Imam al-Ashraf al-Hanafi in this hadith and what is mentioned in it we can draw the following conclusion:
How the person of al-Qa`idah was tortured by the kafirs was not equal to their strength. The kafirs had the strength to torture him and force him to do a certain thing. Thus, if a person did not want to make the data then there was no excuse.
For this reason, it is advised that when you are weak and are contemplating sinning and you should be haunted by the devil, you should do the strongest sin to cut off your vein and drink the blood of the devil, in the hope that the devil will guide you, help you and encourage you to break the barrier between you and Allaah.
This is also what Imam Malik and Imam al-Ashraf al-Hanafi meant: “It is not lawful to continue in dhikr while facing the sun or moon while fasting.”
The narration reported in the Musnad Ahmad and Ahmad state that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “There is no way for a person to save himself from the infliction of suffering until he is forced to commit a kufr.”
It was related from Imam al-Ashraf al-Hanafi (may Allaah have mercy on him) that a person said to the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) that he had to break a wall that was standing between him and the person of Shaykh al-Islam in that day and that he had been fasting for four hours and then he broke the wall, which caused the Shaykh al-Islam to become very angry.
The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said to him: “Would you have done the same for me? Would you have built a wall for me to break?” He said: “Yes.” “Then do it for me and you will be forgiven.”
The point of this is to remind those that have to make dua’ for one of their beloved Shaykhs that if he/she was kidnapped and taken to a place where one of the people there carried a knife, a leather belt, and a long stick then there was no way in which the Shaykh could save himself. Thus, the person of al-Qa`idah was cursed by Allaah with a curse of kufr and made to drink the blood of the kafirs and this gave him strength.
This is also what Imam al-Ashraf al-Hanafi said: “Allah (SWT) says in the Tafseer: ‘[Verily,] if you are absent from the worship of Allaah and if you are punished by death, then bring before him (Al-`Alimun) a Shaykh.’ “
This is from the testimony of Imam Ahmad al-Hudhaibi (may Allaah have mercy on him) in the Musnad Ahmad, Imaam Ahmad al-Qarakhshi (may Allaah have mercy on him) in the Musnad Ahmad and Ibn Hajar in his Tafseer.
The authentic hadith of Imam Malik and Imam al-Ashraf al-Hanafi in which the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “There is no way in which a person can save himself from the infliction of suffering unless he is force-marched to kufr.
You should say that, but you should also say astaghfirullah. I’ll be asked about a lovely house. I’ll be asked, don’t worry. Surah Takasur Benefits Meaning Explanation. I have the more I’ll be asked of, the less. I have the last time we asked, so the one who has more is nothing wrong with having more, but you better be ready for what you better be prepared to answer.
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You better be ready because you got you had more names. But you know what modern religious thought became the more Dunya you have, the more Allah Loves You this. Surah Takasur Benefits Meaning Explanation. Dunya is not a sign of how much Allah loves you or hate you. This Dunya is a test. It’s a test for the wealthy, and it’s a test for the poor, the wealthiest people in history, where some of the worst people fit on was pretty wealthy.
Right and the most impoverished people homeless people Ibraheem. Alehissalaam has deported someone who’s been Deport losses immigration, right? And he’s been made homeless, Surah Takasur Benefits Meaning Explanation. And he’s one of the best you Beings that ever lived right, and we’re not saying that wealth is evil wealth is not wrong, but it’s not good either. It’s all a test, and everything that comes to us from the light is on there, man. All of it is in there, mama, and we will ask will be asked about each.
And every one of it from my letters under Naomi even and in the end the other meaning of name because of the, yeah and it is a constant blessing that you enjoyed consistently you turn the tap.
and water just came out; you open the eyes to see if you didn’t have to apply every time you do; they were only made available and accessible to you. So you’ll be asked about these these these instances of Nine the way that Ashok any deals with this subject.
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He says, and the way he ties it together SubhanAllah and Naima Dunya and Surah Takasur Benefits Meaning Explanation. Amana and Alam Tara the Surah began the cathode did what to you it distracted you. What are the things that At distracted us nine, the blessings Allah gave us are the ones that distracted us? If we remember that these blessings will be the things that will be questioned, instead of these blessings becoming a means by which we get distracted.
These blessings will become a means by which we stay on track. The acceptance of Allah becomes a means to remember him to remember and be grateful to him and remember that we will be answerable for this amount. not that Allah has given us because in the end, whatever we’ve been given is not Arms; it’s his for multi-dimensional Informatica on hiatus. Hernia. Whatever.
You’ve been given his worldly utility, and it was given to you is not yours. It was, you know, one thing he says it was given to you. That means it wasn’t yours. It was somebody else. It’s Allah is, and it was given to you, and it’s given to you. It will also be taken away how lovely so for my little Saloon Illuminating. I know about a name for the believer, another commentary that we find is it will also be the messenger.
It will be the Quran. It will be the truth. Isn’t that the ultimate blessing in this world? What did you do with that blessing? What did you do with this knowledge? What did you do with the fact that Allah blesses you to say Muhammad Rasulullah Sallallahu alayhi wasallam? That’s not a small gift, is that you know, 80% of the world’s population doesn’t enjoy that gift. But we do, you’ll be asked about that too.