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Posted September 1, 2020 by sherkhansahu

 Laws of Quran - We are presenting The Holy Quran's Legal Tafsir, Explanations in English version and how Quran needs to be approached. 

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Laws of Quran - We presenting The Holy Quran Tafsir Teachings Book in English version To know the true God honor and obey Basic Teachings of the Koran It is widely regarded as the finest work in classical Arabic literature

foundation of islam
A very first step towards God because at this point you are submitting your ego, your race, your tribe, your nationality, your class and your family under God's system and guidance. Nothing is above or more important than God.
Quran 2:30
And [mention, O Muhammad], when your Lord said to the angels, "Indeed, I will make upon the earth a successive authority." They said, "Will You place upon it one who causes corruption therein and sheds blood, while we declare Your praise and sanctify You?" Allah said, "Indeed, I know that which you do not know."

nature of islamic law
Quran is the address of God to mankind and Djinns. Quran is the best organizational psychology and model as well. This speech is formed and uttered by Arabic language as per usage of Arabs at that time, a language which consists of noun, verb and letter. Speech is defined as per Arabic linguists as intentional and meaningful words spoken in Arabic. Speech can be literal or metaphorical. Literal is main usage of word or words for which they have been formed either by people or by lawgiver God. Metaphorical is secondary usage based on the main usage. There are other ways which differentiate between the two. Some words can have multiple literal meanings without a preferred usage. The preferred usage is established by context of usage in Quran, or by Prophet or by Imams of Ahl Bayt and the senior companions. However, these words are rare, and the multiple meanings are clarified by Arabs by their contextual usage, each usage giving a preference of one meaning over other based on context of usage.

skepticism and practise of islamic law
Many Muslims today are skeptics even about their own religion because they doubt the authority of Islamic laws by excuse of non-existent context and God's all-encompassing mercy. Muslim skepticism into Quranic laws are not towards its origin or truthfulness but towards its authority, applicability and activity. So, their skepticism is rather a way to win the sympathy of those they think will give Muslims a platform i.e. the liberals of west. They think by being skeptic they can bring Islam to be accommodated in 21st century. Let us be real that if Islam ruled humanity, the 21st century would be Islamic, but time is defined by those who rule it and it has been the western civilization. Thanks to their brutal colonialism and neocolonialism and lack of Muslim’s Islamic zeal and continued effort (Jihad). These skeptical Muslims are misguided just like their monotheistic-origin companions of the ancient times: The Jews and Christians. During the era of the Sanhedrin the Jews were misguided from Judaism en-masse that God had to send Jesus PBUH. During the early Christianity the Christians of the Roman empire were too misguided by paganization of Christianity and God then sent prophet Muhammad PBUH. The difference between them and today’s misguided Muslim is that Quran and the teachings of Islam s still intact and safeguarded but it is these misguided Muslims that are in positions of influence and decision making in Muslim demography and west. We are awaiting the reformist reviver of Islam Imam Mahdi and this is in the tradition of God’s interventions when the supreme victory of real Muslims will be final and extensive.

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