Glorious Qur’aan Lesson 3: وإذا سألك عبادي

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6 Responses to Glorious Qur’aan Lesson 3: وإذا سألك عبادي

  1. Tanveer Ilahi says:

    Masha Allah! very enlightening. May Allah bless you and reward you for the kind of service you are doing for the language of Qur’an. Aameen.

  2. Maryam says:

    Assalaamu alaykum wa Rahmatullaahi wa Barakaatuh yaa Fadiilatas Shaykh, HafiZakumullaah

    Jazaakumullaahu khair
    dear Shaykh for giving us the opportunity to study such a beautiful and thought provoking aayah, alhamdulillaah. I am very glad to know about the omission of the yaa in literary writings and more commonly at the end of a sentence, and also the omission of the yaa al-mutakallim in the Qur’aan. I have noticed these before, but didn’t know why and thought that perhaps it involved a grammar rule that I haven’t done yet.

    Your mentioning of the preposition ‘li’ coming after the verb istajaaba yustajeebu in ‘Glorious Qur’aan lesson 2′ was very helpful whilst doing this lesson. Your mentioning of the ‘usable’ form of each verb in all your lessons is something I find greatly helpful. Jazaakumullaahu khair dear Shaykh for that. I also found many beneficial reminders in this lesson too – laam ul amr, idhaa being a mudaaf, la’alla and the two baabs of the verb rashada.

    May Allaah continue to delight and benefit us through your lessons. Aameen.

  3. abdurRahman ahmed says:

    Masha Allah
    I felt so near to Allah while studying this ayah.
    May Allah grant answer all our prayers which aids us to achieve the good of both the worlds.
    JazakAllahu Khairan for enlightening us.

  4. Gaasenator says:

    Jazak Allah khairan May Allah Give you more of Islamic Science.

  5. EhsanulHaq says:

    Dear All,

    AOA,

    I was reading this beautiful lesson and suddenly I noticed one thing that I want to confirm from you.On page 2 of this lesson there is a reference from ayah 256 of surah Baqarah. Now,in this document the word tabayyana in the ayah has damma. Should it not be a fatha?. Kindly guide?

    Thanks,

  6. nazeem says:

    my wish is to study in mecca

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