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Off-Topic / Re: Literature Thread
« on: Today at 05:35:32 AM »
Nothing, I think Neptin and me are a little bit blind.

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Peace GL,

Without seeing his face I would have thought it's Abdelbassit Abdelsammad.
I like it a lot!

Yes I agree that the focus should be on understanding but I like nice recitations.

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Off-Topic / Re: Literature Thread
« on: Today at 05:25:26 AM »
In retrospect of movie, music, humour and photography thread, I thought it will be great to have a thread for literature. A thread for those who love a good story, those who read novel whether to pass time or as an hobby to share or recommend books for each other.

Very good idea!!!  :bravo: :bravo: :bravo:
I hope they will make it a sticky

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Quranic Divinity / Re: What can found in Paradise?
« on: Today at 04:47:06 AM »
Allah has made this earth a paradise, and He gave us the choice to experience this life on this earth as a heaven or as hell.

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Is it forbidden to recite or to listen to recitations with a nice voice, or to listen or recite fast?
I really don't understand what the issue is.

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You are a treasur trove.

Great
. Salaam

Sometimes when people fail to comprehend something they seek refugee in conspiracies and conjecture.

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surat yusuf the most beautiful and fresher voice Yasser Dousari

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7i_JItFioHU
Hi,

Thank you I like it but it goes a little bit to fast for me.

I like this one very much, to bad the quality bad.

The verses he is reciting are from chapter 80
80:24 فَلْيَنظُرِ الْإِنسَانُ إِلَىٰ طَعَامِهِ
80:25 أَنَّا صَبَبْنَا الْمَاءَ صَبًّا
80:26 ثُمَّ شَقَقْنَا الْأَرْضَ شَقًّا
80:27 فَأَنبَتْنَا فِيهَا حَبًّا
80:28 وَعِنَبًا وَقَضْبًا
80:29 وَزَيْتُونًا وَنَخْلًا
80:30 وَحَدَائِقَ غُلْبًا
80:31 وَفَاكِهَةً وَأَبًّا
80:32 مَّتَاعًا لَّكُمْ وَلِأَنْعَامِكُمْ
not sure about 80:32 I could not hear it clearly

transliteration:
80:24 Falyanthuri alinsanu ila taAAamihi
80:25 Anna sababna almaa sabban
80:26 Thumma shaqaqna alarda shaqqan
80:27 Faanbatna feeha habban
80:28 WaAAinaban waqadban
80:29 Wazaytoonan wanakhlan
80:30 Wahadaiqa ghulban
80:31 Wafakihatan waabban
80:32 MataAAan lakum walianAAamikum

Beautiful verses!

btw welcome to the forum  :handshake:

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Off-Topic / Re: Pazuzu ?
« on: July 21, 2016, 02:07:02 AM »
Hi noshirk, I am glad you are back.

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General Issues / Questions / Re: Anger, Wrath, Revenge, and God
« on: July 19, 2016, 06:50:17 AM »
Thanks for the link! I'll look into it. :)

My partner said he would be willing to pay for some online classes for me to help me learn more, but I'm not sure exactly what kind of classes he would like for me to take. If I can learn some Arabic though, that would be great.

The link I gave was for free, but if you or your partner have to much money and don't know what to do with it then I am a good charity to spend your money on, I'll send you via pm my bank account.
You do not need more then learning the alphabet, this means being able to distinguish the characters from each other, I am sure if you really want it then you can do this in 1 weekend.

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Funny, I've done the same thing. A while back I bought a book that claimed it had some serious questions and issues concerning Islam. I sectioned off the part that focused on the Qur'an (was only about one third of the book) and read through it. Most of the "problems" addressed I found I was able to resolve on my own through examining the verses and reasoning. Some were historical, others I couldn't think my way out of completely or I got confused so I sticky-noted them and vowed to come back (hint: I never did). The book is sitting on my shelf right now, and although I went through the whole section, I'm not sure if I feel compelled enough to pick it up again and go through. Honestly since I already went through it I just think I'm being lazy. Now that I've told you that, I must hide from myself. :& :nope:
Yes shame on you, it's a bad attitude and leans towards kufr  >:(
kufr is from the same root as kafir, in case you didn't know.

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Sounds like a really good idea! Thanks, I'll try to give it a shot when I have time. :)

Yesterday I watched a video on YouTube called "False Prophets." Basically explained that there's no such thing, we're all messengers, and we all have our own perspectives and interpretations that add to or color the understanding of the message. 
Nice vid, yes I agree we are all messengers, the difference is the message we transmit.

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Can be hard to do for me, if you haven't already been able to tell. :giveup:
It's hard for everyone, that's imo why we find some verses very hard to comprehend and why we see contradictions.


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Literally, no, it doesn't make sense. Figuratively... possibly? But I never take such verses in a literal light, so maybe that's why I find it "easy" per se to read past theses verses.

red: There are no figurative verses in the quran. If the quran wants to give an example or a metaphor then it says so, if not then it's literal.
To understand the literal meaning of the so called "figurative" verses is quite some challenge ;)

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the situation is critical,,

so the answer is dumb grab the hand of blind and take him to the place where the dead body is ..and then other people will inform the blind , becoz he can hear... :peace:

RED: From where did they come from  :hmm

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