Juz By Juz – Juz #16
Channel: Kamil Ahmad
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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah. While early also can be a Jemaine and my dad,
in the 16, Jews of the Quran or the 16th, para, we complete Surah Tolka.
And, as we mentioned
in the previous Jews, when we looked at so to recap Surah Tolka have deals with four different kinds of fitna. And the fourth and last one is mentioned here, in the beginning of this juice, and that is in the story of Luke Quartermaine. And so we have the fitna of power or might. And so the codename he used, he used his power and his might, in doing what was good and not in doing what was evil. And then soon it will catch basically concludes by Allah subhanho wa Taala mentioning
the what will happen to the believers in the hereafter and what will happen to the disbelievers. Then we move on to Surah, Maria
and Surah. Maryam
several stories that Allah mentions. And so Allah subhanho wa Taala starts by mentioning the story of Zekeriya. And how Allah subhanho wa Taala granted him
granted him a child, even though he was very old in age. And then Allah mentions the story of Madame who the surah is named after, and what she went through
with her people, when she came with her baby visa, et cetera. And so Allah subhanho wa Taala told us what happened there. And also, we have recently so I'm speaking from the cradle, when he was still a baby. And then Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions the story of Ibrahim alayhi salam, and how
he, you know, called his father to the to heed of Allah giving him Dawa. And notice how a loss of notice how Ibrahim Ali Salam
referred to his father, even though we're speaking about, you know, something very grave and huge, and that is to heed and check. And yet Ibrahim alayhi salam was not harsh, but rather you would refer to his father as yeah abiti even though he's giving him doubt, even though he's a disbeliever. And even though he's destined for the hellfire, but still, you know, he,
you know, referred to him with with all respect.
And then we have a wasp heard of without after that mentioned some of the other prophets.
is concluded by Allah subhanho wa Taala once again mentioning
recently Salam and that's at the very end, where Allah subhana wa Tada mentioned what a great and severe claim the Christians make about reciting Salam that Allah has a son.
And then, without sudo to Miriam is concluded.
And then we have for the rest of this juice, surah Taha and surah Taha
in its entirety, it is pretty much the story of Musa alayhis salaam with Federico and Benny. So Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us the entire story of Musa from the beginning
and when he started giving Dawa, to Pharaoh Hound, and then what happened you know, on that great day when the the magician's faced off against Musa and how Allah made the truth to prevail, and these magicians ended up embracing Islam as a result. And then how Allah subhanho wa Taala saved money is wrong eel from their enemy, Farah Howell and his troops and how they were drowned. And then after that, how Allah subhanho wa Taala
allowed Bani Israel to flourish in the land, and then after that,
the fitna that
when some among them, you know, started to deviate started to deviate
and starting to worship or associate partners with Allah subhana wa Tada. Then after that we have
towards the end of surah Taha Allah mentions the story of Adam it cetera, very briefly and basically, how IBLEES was commanded to prostrate to him, and he refused.
And then at the very end of surah Taha Allah subhanho wa Taala console's the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
and commanded him to remain steadfast and patient. And so with that we come to the end of the session Subhanak Allama, Muhammad Arshad will let you know. Still Furukawa to Lake wa salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh