05th Jun2016
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Surah At-Teen | Tafsir of Juz Amma by Shaykh Abu Bakr Zoud

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Speaker: Sheikh Abu Bakr Zoud

Series: Tafseer Juzz Amma of Qur’an

The focus of this series is more of a linguistic, and literary approach:

Exploring:

1- Deeper meanings of the Ayaat from a grammatical aspect, meanings that are lost in the English translations.

2- To demonstrate the cohesive flowing nature of the Quran, and how it’s all one unified argument.

3- The precision of word choice, why a specific word is used, as opposed to other words that have the same meaning.

Tafseer Surah At-Teen – Part 1

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This Surah began with a series of oaths, the Fig, the Olive, Mount Sinai and the peaceful city (Makkah) then Allah gives us the response of the oaths, “certainly we created man in the best of fashion”.

In this lesson we’ll study:

  • The connection between Surat At-Teen and the Suwar before it?
  • What is meant by the Fig, the Olive, Mount Sinai and the peaceful city?
  • What is special about the arrangement of oaths beginning with The fig and ending with “this entrusted/peaceful city?
  •  Why was the Fig mentioned before the Olive?
  • The miraculous nature of the Quran proven once again through the word “Seneen”
  • The parallels between Surat Al-Balad & Surat At-Teen.

Tafseer Surah At-Teen – Part 2

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In this lesson part 2 (aayaat 4-end of Surat At-Teen):

  • We’ll discover the amazing link between the oaths (fig, olive, Mount Sinai, Makkah) and the subject of the oath.
  • What does it mean that Allah returned the human to the lowest of low?
  • What’s low? And what’s lower than low?
  • How can one be saved from the lowest of low?
  • Why does Allah sometimes say “We created the human…” (Active form) and other times “the human was created…” (Passive form)?
  • How a group of Japanese professors accepted Islam as a result of the study of the 1st aayah of this blessed Surah.