Dietary and Sabbath laws (S.16:114-119, 124) are contradicted in S16:101

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Question 1. S2:62 tells us that Muslims, Christians and Sabeans are saved. S3:85 tells us only Muslims are saved. Jews and Christians have the curse of Allah on them (S9:30). 2. Dietary and Sabbath laws (S.16:114-119, 124) are contradicted in S16:101. Answer Muhtaram / Muhtaramah In the Name of Allāh, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. As-salāmu ‘alaykum wa-rahmatullāh wa-barakātuh. 3. Are only Muslims saved from the curse of Allah, or … [Read more...]

 TOUCHING THE TAFASEER BOOKS WITHOUT WUDHU!

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Question I am a student of takhasus ul Quran and have to go through the various books of tafaseer every day but every month I have to take a break as I cannot touch the books for almost a week.Recently I heard that the tafaseer could be opened and read without wuzu although the Quran cannot.I am still not convinced as all the tafaseer I read contain verses of the Holy Quran.Please clarify. Answer Muhtaram / Muhtaramah In the Name of Allāh, … [Read more...]

In S.4:82 we are told to consider the Qur’an

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Question In S.4:82 we are told to consider the Qur’an. The emphasis of importance of the Qur'an is further stated in S6:34 and S10:64. So if the words of Allah cannot be changed —then surely, to be consistent you must believe this of the Scriptures that preceded the Qur'an? Namely the Old and New Testaments. The Qur'an claims to follow, protect and confirm the Scriptures of Jews and Christians which preceded it - S3:81, 6:92, 35:31 and … [Read more...]

Is there any merit/reward in reading the English translation of the Quraan. Considering the fact that the person is a revert to Islam.

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Question Q. Is there any merit/reward in reading the English translation of the Quraan. Considering the fact that the person is a revert to Islam. Answer Muhtaram / Muhtaramah In the Name of Allāh, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. As-salāmu ‘alaykum wa-rahmatullāh wa-barakātuh. Allah Ta'ala says: كتاب أنزلناه إليك مبارك ليدبروا آياته وليتذكر أولو الألباب "A Book, We have revealed to you, it is blessed, so that the people ponder … [Read more...]