Saturday, March 17, 2012

SOME VERSES TO PONDER OVER by DR. SOHIL MOMIN



17:46



===QURAN ABOUT HADITHS AND SUNNAH===


111 - It is not a word (hadith) invented, but a confirmation of what was sent before it, a detailed exposition of all things and a guide and a mercy to any such as believe. 
12 Joseph, 111 


In this verse, the fact that the Quran is not a word invented, and that it is a detailed exposition of all things is stressed; a fact to which the traditionalists have remained blind. The Quran states that the Quran is not a fabricated word (hadith). 


6 - Following after them in grief, if they believe not in this word (hadith). 
18 The Cave, 6 


6 – These are God’s signs that We recite to you truthfully. In which word (hadith) other than God and His signs do they believe? 
45 Kneeling, 6 


87 - And whose word (hadith) can be truer than God’s? 
4 The Women, 87 


34 - Let them produce a word (hadith) like this, if they are truthful. 
52 The Mount, 34 


6 – Among the people, there are those who spread frivolous words (hadiths) to mislead others from the way of God, and take it in vain. For such there will be a humiliating penalty. 
31 Luqmaan, 6 


53 - “Enter not the Prophet’s houses until leave is given you for a meal …and when you have taken your meal; disperse without tarrying, lost in a hadith (word).” 
3 The Parties, 53 


3 - When the Prophet disclosed a hadith in confidence to one of his consorts, and she then divulged it, and God made it known to him... 
66 Prohibition, 3 


43 - Now are they but looking for the way the ancients were dealt with? But no change will you find in God’s way (sunnatullah): no turning off will you find in God’s way (sunnatullah). 
35 The Originator, 43 


62 - Such was the way of God (sunnatullah) among those who lived previously; no change will you find in the practice of God (sunnatullah). 
33 The Parties, 62 



===IDJMA===


The word idjma (general agreement in opinion and decision of legalists) and its derivatives, considered to be another source of Islam, again has a negative connotation. This is evidence that the Quran also repudiates ijma just like in the case of sunna and hadith.
 (For the derivatives of ijma, see 3 The Family of Imran, 157; 3 The Family of Imran, 173; 7 The Purgatory, 48; 10 Jonah, 58; 10 Jonah, 71; 12 Joseph, 19; 17 The Children of Israel, 88; 20 Taha 60; 20 Taha 64; 22 The Pilgrimage, 73; 26 The Poets, 38; 26 The Poets, 39; 26 The Poets, 56; 28 The History, 78; 43 Vanity, 32; 54 The Moon, 44; 54 The Moon, 45; 70 The Heights, 18; 104 The Backbiter, 2.) 



===SECTS===


114 - Say: “Shall I seek a judge other than God? When He it is Who sent unto you the Book, explained in detail.” 
6 The Cattle, 114 


115 - The Word of your Lord is complete in truth and in justice. None can change His words. He is the Hearer, the Knower. 


116 – If you obey the majority of people on the earth, they will divert you from the path of God. They follow only conjecture, they only guess. 
6 The Cattle, 115-116 


159 - As for those who divide their religion and break it up into sects, they do not belong with you. He will then inform them of everything they had done. 
6 The Cattle, 159 


105 - Be not like those who are divided amongst themselves and fall into disputations after receiving clear signs. 
3 The Family of Imran, 105 


103 – Hold on firmly together to the rope of God, and be not divided among yourselves. 
3 Family of Imran, 103 



===QURAN IS===



A guide that leads man to truth (Huda) 

A light that sheds light on our path (Nur) 

A criterion that separates good from evil (Furkan) 

A sign for those undecided (Ilm) 

A miracle for the entire humanity (Ayat) 

A remedy for those sick at heart (Shifa) 

Good news for believers in distress (Bushra) 

A reminder and counsel for men (Zikr) 

A law that discloses everything explicitly (Mufassal) 

A source of wisdom for the thinking (Hikmat) 

A book that explains everything (Týbyan) 

An evidence proving the righteous (Bayyina) 

A gift for believers (Rahmet) 

A warning for those who opt for advancement (Zikra) 

A plain book for the intelligent (Kitab ul Mumin) 

A universal law for justice seekers (Hukum) 

An immortal messenger for the perpetuator of the prophethood (Rasul) 

A link for those that have fallen apart (Hablullah) 

A leader to last till eternity (Imam) 

A warning for the living (Kuran-ý Mubin) 




===PRAYER===


1 – Say: “I seek refuge in the Lord of daybreak.” 
2 – “From the evil of what He has created.” 
3 – “From the evils of darkness as it falls.” 
4 – From the evil of sorceresses who blow incantations on knots.” 
5 – “From the evils of the envious when they envy.” 
113 – The Day Break, 1-5

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