Allaah sent the Qur’aan, in the language of the Arabs, as guidance to mankind. It is a light, a reminder and a conclusive evidence for those who wish to be guided. But how many of us understand the Arabic language? How many of us have contemplated over the Qur’aan and sought to understand and benefit from it?
Surah Al Ahzaab is the 33rd Surah from the Qur'an and consisting of just 72 Ayaat it is often recited. Yet, how many of us have reflected over the meanings of the Ayaat of this Surah from the Qur'an? How much do we know of the circumstances surrounding their revelation? What lessons can we derive from this beautiful Surah? For these reasons and more, should it then not encourage you to learn about it? The Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) said, “The best of you are those who learn the Qur’aan and teach it” [Bukhaaree]
In this course you will learn:
- Where was this Surah revealed?
- What were the circumstances surrounding its revelation?
- What are the virtues of this particular Surah?
- What lessons can be learnt from this Surah?
- What are the attributes of hypocrites mentioned in this Surah?
- What is Az Zihar?
- What are the rulings regarding adoption?
- What is meant by keeping the ties of kinship?
- Why is this Surah called Al Ahzab?
- What are the historically significant events mentioned in this Surah?
- What was the covenant taken by the Prophets عليهم السلام?
- Who was the Messenger and his wives?
- What are some of the rulings regarding marriage?
- What are some of the punishments awaiting disbelievers and hypocrites in hell?
Additional Reading Material:
- Tafsir Ibn Kathir
- How to Approach and Understand the Qur'an, by Jamal Ad Din Zarabozo
- Study the Qur'an Word For Word
- Towards Understanding the Qur'an, by Mawlana Maududi
- In the Shade of the Qur'an, by Syed Qutb
Having studied this course you should consider studying the following:
- Uloom Ul Qur'an
- How to Approach and Understand the Qur'an
- Introduction to Tafsir
- Tafsir ul Qur'an - Surah al Fatiha
- Tafsir ul Qur'an - Surah Yusuf
- Tafsir ul Qur'an - Surah al Noor
- Tafsir ul Qur'an - Surah al Furqan
- Tafsir ul Qur'an - Surah al Ahzab
"I have been studying at Tayyibun Institute since 2008 and last year I moved to Saudi Arabia. Although I was very happy, I soon realized that I could not seek knowledge without first learning the Arabic Language. Whilst learning Arabic I also wanted to seek Islamic knowledge. I saw some online courses but felt that it would not be as good as Tayyibun Institute, so I was very happy when I found out that they have online courses. Even though one might think that their online courses are not as good as the centre, it turned out to be better than going to the centre, not only because I live in Saudi Arabia but mainly because you will be able to study in your own time. From what I have experienced I can say that the courses at Tayyibun Institute (and online) are very much practical. Jazaahum'Allahu Khairan"
Sister M Mohamed