And only those unto whom (the Scripture) was given differed concerning it, after clear proofs had come unto them, through hatred one of another. So Allah by His Will guided those who believe unto the truth of that concerning which they differed. And Allah guideth whom He will unto a straight path.
Wa makh-talafa fiihi ‘illallaziina ‘uutuuhu mim- ba’-di maa jaaa-‘at-humul-bayyinaatu bagyam- baynahum. Fahadallaa- hullaziina ‘aamanuu li-makhtalafuu fiihi minal-Haqqi bi-‘iznih. Wallaahu yahdii many- yashaaa-‘u ‘ilaa Siraatim- Mustaqiim.
Saturday, 14 December 2013
LESSON # 243 FROM HOLY QUR’AN
BAQARAH – 2 (The Cow)
Verse –213b of 286, Section – 26 (Part - 2)
‘Allaziina ‘uutuuhu – (to whom it was given) to whom means, “Those people who were given the Holy Books through the Prophets (peace be upon them), particularly the leaders and Spiritual Guides of those communities because these persons used to take the people towards the depravity and the people just followed them”.
Bagyam- baynahum – (due to bigotry of one another) here it has been cleared that the real cause of differences and conflicts was hatred between one another and carnal-sense. And it wasn’t at all the reason that there was something wrong in the orders of Allah Almighty.
Bi-‘iznih – (by His Will) in the Holy Qur’an the word Azan has been used for the both meanings i.e. the order and the permission. Here it means favour and strength from The God Almighty.
It has been told in this part of the verse that after coming the Prophets (peace be upon them) and revelation of the Holy Books, these were the persons who differed, who were given the Scriptures. For example the leaders and Spiritual Guides of the Christians and the Jews used to make differences in Torah and Gospel, change their meanings and do arbitrary in the paraphrase and explanations of these Scriptures at their own. They didn’t do all these differences unintentionally. But they did so for bigotry, jealousy of one another and greed of the worldly wealth and property.
In these situations the people who were the seekers of the Faith and who had the ability of Belief, Allah Almighty guided them to the straight path with His Mercy and Blessing, bestowed them the strength to follow it, and saved them from the contradictions of the misled. It is also known from this verse that it is the custom of the world that the bad people make differences and remain earnest to do so. Therefore, the Believers shouldn’t follow them. Moreover they should act according to the guidance and teachings of the Prophet of Allah Almighty (grace, glory, blessings and peace be upon Him). The Guidance is that which has given by the God Almighty and the success will be gotten by acting upon that manner which Allah Almighty has told.
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