Sūrat al-Nūr, Chapter 24 Verse(s): 1-9 presented on 3/10/13
Sūrat al-Nūr: Introduction. Legal rulings governing testimony in acts of adultery.
Sūrat al-Nūr, Chapter 24 Verse(s): 10-20 presented on 3/17/13
Sūrat al-Nūr, Chapter 24 Verse(s): 21-26 presented on 3/24/13
Sūrat al-Nūr, Chapter 24 Verse(s): 27-34 presented on 4/7/13
Sūrat al-Nūr, Chapter 24 Verse(s): 35-38 presented on 4/14/13
Sūrat al-Nūr, Chapter 24 Verse(s): 39 -42 presented on 4/21/13
Sūrat al-Nūr, Chapter 24 Verse(s): 43-46 presented on 4/28/13
Sūrat al-Nūr Chapter 24 Verse(s): 47-52 presented on 5/5/13
The legal prerogative of the Prophets (AS). True success, within time and without, lies in total submission accompanied with the correct application and following of Prophetic injunctions.
Sūrat al-Nūr, Chapter 24 Verse(s): 53-57 presented on 5/12/13
Obedience to Allah ﷻ and His Messenger ﷺ presupposes a knowledge of obedience. The beautiful paradox of Islam lies in the reality that the obedience of Allah ﷻ is complete only through the obedience of His human Messenger ﷺ. Submission lies in we hear and we obey. If one’s submission relies on one’s rationale, then that is not true submission.
Sūrat al-Nūr, Chapter 24 Verse(s): 58-62 presented on 5/19/13
Culture and etiquette is the mark of an Islamic civilization.
Sūrat al-Nūr, Chapter 24 Verse(s): 62-64 presented on 8/25/13
Conclusion of Sūrat al-Nūr. These verses speak volumes about the etiquettes of the ‘Ṣaḥābah’ (Companions; RA) that attracted Allah’s ﷻ Divine Attention and mercy upon them. The purpose of Nūr is to know, and to know is to procure certainty (‘yaqīn’). It is this idea of certain knowledge that qualifies every theme discussed in the Sūrah.