Tafsir Surat Al-`alaq (Part I)


In his Wednesday night class at MCA, Imam Suhaib Webb explains the first half Surat Al-`Alaq (Qur’an, 96).

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  1. Abu Majeed says:

    That’s our shaikh doing his thang. Beautiful!

  2. Abu Yahya says:

    Very interesting…thank you very much!

  3. Mirza says:

    Ya shaykh, I love u for the sake of ALLAH swt. Awesome dars, mashallah :)

  4. Mirza says:

    By the way when is the second part of dars going to be out?

  5. Sekinat says:

    As-salamu Alaikum,

    Listening to these tafsir sessions has become my favourite past time; I have never been happier to be addicted to something! May Allah always reward you for all your efforts!

  6. Fatima says:

    Jazakum Allahu Khair Br. Hisham and Imam Suhaib!!

  7. Kirana says:

    “Start with what they agree with”.

    You would never know that Imam Abu Hanifa (and probably his peers) is the type with this wisdom, going by the mainstream activist Muslims today. We’re always focusing on everything we *disagree* with, and when we run out of the clear topics of disagreement, we run over all the lesser issues with a fine tooth comb to find even more things we should disagree with, thereby magnifying every aspect of mundane life into overwhelming issues of import, but neglect duties of mercy and relationship towards others not inside our ‘clique’ – from other sects, to neighbours, to non-Muslims, to street animals, the environment, and so on.

    It wasn’t until I could see through the eyes on a revert, and began reading and listening to scholars like Imam Suhaib, that I really saw why in days of old people were irresistably attracted to Muslims and Islam, and today they are repelled by Islam because of Muslims. There is a lot in my own mindset I must work to change.

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