This is a commentary of the Sūrah Tīn by the celebrated
exegete of the Holy Qur’ān – Amīn Ahsan Islahī. This sūrah begins with four
oaths, the meaning and significance of which has been a subject of much earnest
interpretative efforts throughout history. Islahī, based on the research work of
his mentor – Farāhī, helps explore hitherto untouched aspects of these oaths.
This write-up, in addition to unfolding the meaning of the sūrah, exhibits how
the Qur’ān evidences the divine law of retribution – something that no one can
escape no matter whatsoever.
Sūrah Alī-i ‘Imrān (81-99)
This is an annotated translation of twenty verses of the
Sūrah A%l-i ‘Imrān by Jāved Ahmad Ghāmidī. These verses explain that God has,
indeed, left no excuse for the People of the Book to deny the ministry of the
Holy Prophet (sws). They in fact executed a covenant with God for professing
faith in him once he would grace this world. Those who persisted in denial even
after God Almighty had made the truth evident would have no share in the
afterlife – they shall be doomed.
Mode of Revelation
This is a brief exposition, by Farāhī, of how the Holy
Qur’ān has been revealed to the Holy Prophet (sws). At the same time, it touches
upon some of the structural issues of the Holy Book as well.
Delaying Zuhr Prayer in Intense
This is a description of a comprehensive Hadīth narrative
on the above captioned topic by Moiz Amjad and his team. The narrative is
followed by a note discussing its important variants found in different
anthologies of Hadīth literature.