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Qur'an

Your Daily Dose: 7th Juz

Once a brother came, in a rude fashion, saying “What is your `Aqidah (Islamic creed)!?”

I responded, “Surat al-Fatiha!”

Then, he said, “And?”

I responded, “Surat al-Ikhlas!”

He responded, “And?”

I said, “the hadith of Jibrael (Gabriel).”

He responded, “And?”

I responded, “Surat al-An’am!”

He responded, “And?”

I said, “That is enough for anyone seeking to be guided. Please, leave me alone!”

The six chapter of the Qur’an is amazing.
 


A juz is a part of the Qur’an. The Qur’an is divided into 30 parts (juz). The 7th juz of the Qur’an is from5:826:110.

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Suhaib Webb

Suhaib Webb is a contemporary American-Muslim educator, activist, and lecturer. His work bridges classical and contemporary Islamic thought, addressing issues of cultural, social and political relevance to Muslims in the West. After converting to Islam in 1992, Webb left his career in the music industry to pursue his passion in education. He earned a Bachelor’s in Education from the University of Central Oklahoma and received intensive private training in the Islamic Sciences under a renowned Muslim Scholar of Senegalese descent. Webb was hired as the Imam at the Islamic Society of Greater Oklahoma City, where he gave khutbas (sermons), taught religious classes, and provided counselling to families and young people; he also served as an Imam and resident scholar in communities across the U.S.

From 2004-2010, Suhaib Webb studied at the world’s preeminent Islamic institution of learning, Al-Azhar University, in the College of Shari`ah. During this time, after several years of studying the Arabic Language and the Islamic legal tradition, he also served as the head of the English Translation Department at Dar al-Ifta al-Misriyyah.

Outside of his studies at Al-Azhar, Suhaib Webb completed the memorization of the Quran in the city of Makkah, Saudi Arabia. He has been granted numerous traditional teaching licenses (ijazat), adhering to centuries-old Islamic scholarly practice of ensuring the highest standards of scholarship.

Webb was named one of the 500 Most Influential Muslims in the World by the Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Center in 2010 and his website, www.SuhaibWebb.com, was voted the best “Blog of the Year” by the 2009 Brass Crescent awards.

Suhaib Webb has lectured extensively around the world including in the Middle East, East Asia, Europe, North Africa and North America. Upon returning from his studies in Egypt, Webb lived in the Bay Area, California, where he worked with the Muslim American Society from Fall 2010 to Winter 2011. He currently serves as the Imam of the Islamic Society of Boston’s Cultural Center (ISBCC).

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  • Suratul An’am, after Nisa and Ma’idah, really hits you hard! You can feel that it is a makki surah, it’s so powerful. I love the story of Ibrahim alayhi salaam in this surah.

  • Verses 1, 2, 5, 7 , 8 , 11, 10 , 35 ,51,54,57, 87, 90 94,95,101,104,105,
    All start by “ Oh ye who believe “…..

    Ibn abi hatim recorded that a man come to Abdullah bin masud and asked him for advice
    He then told him “when you hear the statement of Allah …Oh ye who believe
    Pay attention for its righteous matter than he is ordering or an evil thing that is forbidden “

  • my ayah of reflection was:

    And if Allah should touch you with adversity, there is no remover of it except Him. And if He touches you with good – then He is over all things competent.
    We all should think that if we have any problem, spiritually, physically and mentally that effect us then only allah can cure it, remove it,so we should only turn to Him.

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