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Preservation of Islamic teachings

11 Apr

Whom Should We Worship?
Authorship: Majed S. Al-Rassi
Short Link: http://IslamHouse.com/431561

Preventing Islamic teachings from alteration does not stop at the preservation of the Qur’anic text; rather, it is also forbidden to introduce into the Prophet’s guidance (by saying or writing) anything that is contrary to its premise, values or teachings. The Prophet (blessings and peace be upon him) said: <> (Bukhari and Muslim) <> (An authentic hadith26 recorded by Ibn Hibbân, Abu Dâwood and at-Tirmidhi)

Thus, in matters of religion, one is not permitted to change Islamic teachings. Whatever is contrary to it is wrong and unacceptable. With this strict protection, Islam, as it was revealed, has been kept pure from myths and superstitions as well as changes that reflect the whims of people and leaders.

24 He meant specifically the four Caliphs who came after him.
25 That is, do not let go of it.
26 Hadith (hadeeth): the collected statements and actions of Prophet Muhammad (blessings and peace be upon him) that with the Qur’an form the basis of Islamic law

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The Prophet’s teachings

11 Apr

Whom Should We Worship?
Authorship: Majed S. Al-Rassi
Short Link: http://IslamHouse.com/431561

The teachings of Prophet Muhammad (blessings and peace be upon him) are the second source of the Islamic knowledge after the Holy Qur’an. They explain and elaborate the Qur’anic verses. They also explain, in minute detail, the manner of worship as performed by the Prophet (blessings and peace be upon him).

The Prophet’s statements provide furtherclarification and details as to how to fulfil what Allah has ordered and refrain from what He has forbidden. These teachings have been meticulously collected and reported by the Prophet’s Companions (may Allah be pleased with them).

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The entire Qur’an is a proclamation of monotheism

11 Apr

Whom Should We Worship?
Authorship: Majed S. Al-Rassi
Short Link: http://IslamHouse.com/431561

1. Some of the verses inform about Allah: His names, attributes, acts and speech. Those verses indicate the Unity and Oneness of Allah with respect to His most excellent names, essence, and perfect attributes.

2. Other verses point to the necessity of worshipping Allah alone, without any associate or partner, and the renunciation of the worship of anything other than Him. These verses indicate the focus of worship and thenecessity for people to single out their Lord in their intentions, requesting His aid, and in turning to Him in repentance.

3. The Qur’an also contains injunctions and prohibitions; doing something that has been enjoined or refraining from what has been prohibited is the fulfilment and perfection of the affirmation of the Oneness of Allah.

4. The Qur’an includes stories and information about people of true and sincere belief and tells about their immediate reward in the life of this world as well as the immense reward reserved for them in the hereafter.

5. The Qur’an also contains stories about those who associate
partners with Allah. It describes their punishment in this
life and the punishment they are promised in the hereafter.
These are the just desserts of those who deviate from the
affirmation of Allah’s Oneness.

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Revelation of the Qur’an

11 Apr

Whom Should We Worship?
Authorship: Majed S. Al-Rassi
Short Link: http://IslamHouse.com/431561

Following the distortion of the previous scriptures, Allah,the Most Compassionate, did not leave human beings to go astray without an unadulterated reference. Indeed, He revealed the Qur’an and promised to preserve it as the final revelation to humankind for all times. It is the Word of Allah which Herevealed to Prophet Muhammad (blessings and peace be upon him) through the Angel Gabriel (peace be upon him). It was revealed in parts (fragments) of different lengths over a period of 23 years.

Prophet Muhammad (blessings and peace be upon him) recited the Revelation to his Companions, who wrote it down during his lifetime on palm leaves, parchment, animal bones (the shoulder-blades of camels made a good writing surface), and flat stones. At the same time, he indicated the precise location where each revealed section belonged in the body of the complete volume of the revelation. In addition, the Qur’an was memorized by hundreds of Prophet Muhammad’s Companions. One year after the death of Prophet Muhammad (blessings and peace be upon him), the first Caliph, Abu Bakr (radiya Allâhu ‘anhu – may Allah be pleased with him), instructed the Prophet’s Companions to collect the whole Qur’an in one volume. Later, the third Caliph ‘Uthmân (may Allah be pleased with him), prepared several copies from the original text and sent them to the major centres of the Islamic civilization.

One of these seven reproductions still remains, and is kept in Istanbul, Turkey. From that time onwards, more than 1400 years ago, the same Qur’anic text has been in use with the exact wording, order and language (Arabic). Not a single word from its 114 chapters, 6200 verses, and approximately 80,000 words hasbeen changed since it was revealed. Indeed, Allah has promised in the Qur’an to preserve it forever. He has said: {Indeed, it is We who sent down the Qur’an and indeed, We will be its guardian.} (Qur’an 15: 9) Just ponder over the fact that the Qur’an, in its entirety, is memorized by millions of people, regardless of age, sex, social class, or ethnicity! It is the only book that has been thus preserved, not only on the shelf but in the hearts of humankind.

The Qur’an supersedes all previous scriptures. Allah has said to Prophet Muhammad (blessings and peace be upon him) about the Qur’an:{And We have revealed to you, [O Muhammad], the book in truth, confirming that which preceded it of the scripture and as a criterion over it…} (Qur’an 5: 48)

An essential point to understand about the Qur’an is that it is a miracle in terms of both its revelation and its content. At the time of the revelation and since, there have been those who have denied the divine and miraculous nature of the Qur’an saying that Muhammad (blessings and peace be upon him) was either taught by others or that he wrote it by himself! In order to counteract this claim, Allah has presented a challenge to the whole of humankind saying:{And if you are in doubt about what We have sent down upon Our servant [Muhammad], then produce a chapter the like
thereof and call upon your witnesses other than Allah, if you should be truthful.} (Qur’an 2: 23)

These are some of the prophecies which the Qur’an has foretold, as no one from the time of Prophet Muhammad (blessings and peace be upon him), until this day, has been able to produce the like of one chapter or even a verse of the Qur’an.
As such, Muslims do not need any other scriptures to base their
faith on, either fully or partially. The Qur’an remains clear and
easily understood by anyone who has a good command of the Arabic language. All its legal injunctions and instructions are clear when the meanings of its words are translated into any of the world’s languages.

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Bahasa Arab: Kaana – Yakuunu

11 Apr

Bahasa Arab untuk Memahami Al-Qur’an
Mohammad Ridlo Hisyam, Balai Litbang LPTQ Nasional Team Tadarus “AMM” Yogyakarta

 

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Bahasa Arab: ‘Adada (Hitungan)

11 Apr

Bahasa Arab untuk Memahami Al-Qur’an
Mohammad Ridlo Hisyam, Balai Litbang LPTQ Nasional Team Tadarus “AMM” Yogyakarta

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Bahasa Arab: Launa (Warna)

11 Apr

Bahasa Arab untuk Memahami Al-Qur’an
Mohammad Ridlo Hisyam, Balai Litbang LPTQ Nasional Team Tadarus “AMM” Yogyakarta

 

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Bahasa Arab: Maa… illaa (Tidak… kecuali)

11 Apr

Bahasa Arab untuk Memahami Al-Qur’an
Mohammad Ridlo Hisyam, Balai Litbang LPTQ Nasional Team Tadarus “AMM” Yogyakarta

 

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Bahasa Arab: Lam Nafyi (Tidak) Lam Nahyi (Jangan)

11 Apr

Bahasa Arab untuk Memahami Al-Qur’an
Mohammad Ridlo Hisyam, Balai Litbang LPTQ Nasional Team Tadarus “AMM” Yogyakarta

 

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Percakapan Ringan Bahasa Arab 6

11 Apr

Bahasa Arab untuk Memahami Al-Qur’an
Mohammad Ridlo Hisyam, Balai Litbang LPTQ Nasional Team Tadarus “AMM” Yogyakarta

 

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