SURAH AL HADID PDF
Surah Al-Hadid a II Bu. بسم الله الرحمن الرح یم.  Bismi ALLAH, Alrahman, Alrahim.*.  Abin da ke tasbihi ga ALLAH duk kome ne da ke cikin sammai. The Surah takes its title from the sentence, Wa anzalna' l-hadida, of verse This Surah has 29 verses and resides between pages to in the Quran. Tawhid (or Ikhlas, Chapter ) and some of the Verses of Surah al-Hadid such that "He who recites Surah al-Hadid shall be regarded among those who.
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His creation, His administration and rule, His commands and guidance, all are based on wisdom.
None of His works is tarnished by any tract of folly or ignorance. There is another fine point here, which one should fully understand. The reason is that if a being who wields un-limited power is at the same time unwise, ignorant, un-forgiving as well as stingy and devoid of character, its power and authority cannot but lead to injustice and wickedness.
Thus, wherever injustice and wickedness is being committed in the world, it is only because the one who wields authority over others, is either using his power un-wisely and foolishly, or he is merciless and hardhearted, or evil-minded and wicked. Wherever power is coupled with these evil traits of character, no good can be expected to result.
So that man may know that the God Who is ruling this universe has, on the one hand, such absolute power that no one, from the earth to the heavens, can prevent His decrees from being enforced. But, on the other hand, He is also All-Wise: His each decision is based on perfect wisdom.
He is also All- Knowing: whatever decision He makes, it is precisely according to knowledge. He is also Compassionate: He does not use infinite power mercilessly.
He is Forgiving as well: He does not punish His creatures for trifling faults, but overlooks their errors. He is also Generous: He does not treat His subjects stingily, but liberally and benevolently. And He is also Praiseworthy: He combines in Himself all praiseworthy virtues and excellences.
The importance of this statement of the Quran can be better understood by those people who are aware of the discussions of the philosophy of politics and law on the question of sovereignty.
Sovereignty connotes that the one who possesses it should wield un-limited power: there should be no internal and external power to change or modify his decision or prevent it from being enforced, and none should have any alternative but to obey him. That is why the philosophers, who regarded a single man, or a man-made institution, or an assembly of men as the holder of this power, have had to presume that he or it would be infallible. But obviously, neither can unlimited sovereignty be actually attained by a human power, nor is it possible for a king, or a parliament, or a nation, or a party that it may use the sovereignty attained by it in a limited circle faultlessly and harmlessly.
The reason is that the wisdom that is wholly free of every trace of folly, and the knowledge that fully comprehends all the related truths, is not at all possessed even by entire mankind, not to speak of its being attained by an individual, or an institution, or a nation. Likewise, as long as man is man, his being wholly free of and above selfishness, sensuality, fear, greed, desires, prejudice and sentimental love, anger and hate is also not possible.
If a person ponders over these truths, he will realize that the Quran is indeed presenting here a correct and perfect view of sovereignty. It says that no one except Allah in this universe is possessor of absolute power, and with this unlimited power He alone is faultless, All-Wise and All- Knowing, Compassionate and Forgiving, and Praiseworthy and Generous in His dealings with Hid subjects.
That is, when there was nothing, He was, and when there will be nothing, He will be. He is the most Manifest of all the manifests, for whatever manifests itself in the world, does so only by His attributes and His works and His light.
And He is the Most Hidden of all the hidden, for not only do the senses fail to perceive Him but the intellect and thought and imagination also cannot attain to His essence and reality.
The best commentary in this regard is a supplication of the Prophet peace be upon him which Imam Ahmad, Muslim, Tirmidhi, and Baihaqi have related on the authority of Abu Hurairah, and Hafiz Abu Yala Mosuli in his Musnad on the authority of Aishah: Antal Awwal, fa-laisa qablaka shaiin; wa Antal Akhir falaisa ba daka shaiin; wa Antal Zahir, fa-laisa fauqaka shai in; wa Anfal Batin, fa laisa dunaka shaiin.
Here, the question arises: How does this accord with the immortality and eternal life of the dwellers of Paradise and Hell mentioned in the Quran when Allah alone is the Last and Eternal? Its answer has been provided by the Quran itself: Everything is perishable except Allah Himself.
Surah Al-Qasas, Ayat In other words no creature is immortal in its personal capacity; if a thing exists or continuous to exist, it does so because Allah keeps it so, and can exist only by His letting it exist; otherwise in its own capacity everything is perishable except Allah.
Immortality in Heaven and Hell will not be bestowed upon somebody because he is immortal by himself, but because Allah will grant him eternal life. The same is true of the angels, they are not immortal by themselves. When Allah willed they came into existence, and will continue to exist only as long as He wills.
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That is, He alone is the Creator of the universe as well as its Ruler. For further explanation, see E. The realization of time balance which are physical things used to convey the metaphors and the cultural implications: An analysis abstract meaning which is the history of the previous of the Quran and English Quranic translations pp.
Al —Qurtubi. According to 1— Cognitive book and the balance which we see and use, and they Science, 7, — The target domain here is deeds book 83 Thus, the metaphor was used here to Gibbs, R. The Poetics of Mind. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
The light referred to in the ayah does not convey IbnKathir, I. Dar Taibah, the real light of daytime, but it refers to the guidance Egypt.
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Metaphor in Culture: believers and pious people who deserve it. In this Universality and Variation. Cambridge: Cambridge ayah the source domain is the light we see, and it is University press. Lakoff, G. Turner, The Conclusion: University of Chicago Press. The language of the Holy Quran is a distinctive Lakoff, G. The Contemporary Theory of language which has very deep meaning, and at the Metaphor Homage to Reddy, c.
Cambridge same time can be understood by even common University press. Mark, Metaphors We Live By. Conceptual metaphor is one of the tools utilized in The University of Chicago Press. The Meaning of the Glorious make it clearer.
In Surah al Hadid, conceptual Quran. Hyderabad-Deccan : Government Central metaphor was used to convey abstract meanings in a Press. Light and darkness were used to Qutb, S.
Dar convey guidance and misleading respectively. The Al Shorouk. It Ullmann, S. Semantic visualized the reality of the earthly life in the Universals.
Universals of Language pp: MIT Press. In spite of all that, nobody can claim that he got the meaning Allah Subhanahuwatala wanted because this great book is the book of all ages, the words of Allah, so we pray to Allah to forgive our sins and to forgive us if we unintentionally made misunderstanding of His holy book.
This study recommends further studies to show metaphor in the holy Quran.
The prospected studies should focus on complete surahs to show the beauty of the holy Quran, and to make nonnative speakers of Arabic understand the holy Quran. It is Related Papers. Submit Search. Successfully reported this slideshow. We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime. Upcoming SlideShare. Like this document? Why not share! An annual anal Embed Size px. Start on.Views Total views.
And He is also Praiseworthy: He combines in Himself all praiseworthy virtues and excellences.
Published in: This second kind of people are the addressees of this verse, They have been exhorted to believe sincerely, and to spend their wealth in the cause of Allah. He is aware of how much vapor has risen from each different place and where it has reached. My wealth!
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