It is therefore the most repeated Surah of the Holy Qur'an.
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The importance of this Surah has been described in the following hadith of the Holy Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him 1 :. The translation 2 of Surah Ikhlas Holy Qur'an is:.
This concept is presented in the first ayat. The second ayat declares that Allah is Eternal, i. The third ayat describes that Allah does not give birth nor is He is given birth and the last ayat declares that Allah is beyond comparison.
Surah Ikhlas directly supports the first declaration shahadah of Islam: "There is no god but Allah". In this context, Islam is based on belief in one God monotheism. This insight into Islam's basic principle sheds a new light into the interpretation of Surah Ikhlas. From the above quotation, the Islamic principle of Oneness is not limited to the the declaration that there is but one God but extends to all realities.
In other words, all realities merge into One Reality. This absolute reality is called Monoreality. Therefore, Allah is Monoreal. The second ayat declares that the Monoreal is Eternal. This means that the Monoreal is above time and space because, in human terms, time is related to the movement of stars and planets.
This implies that the Monoreal is not affected by the past, present and future. The third ayat declares that the Monoreal does not give birth or take birth because it is Eternal and the only reality.
The Monoreal is immortal and it does not need to give birth or take birth. The last ayat declares that there is none equal to the Monoreal because the Monoreal is unique. Human beings live in the world of duality where each object or concept has an opposite.
Some examples of duality are good and evil, male and female, small and large, and so on. In contrast to this, the Monoreal is absolutely unique because it consists of all realities and there is nothing left except Itself. Therefore, the Monoreal is beyond comparison. Surah Ikhlas is a short surah with a powerful message.
The Holy Prophet has encouraged Muslims to recite this surah to purify their faith. In addition to this, recitation of this prayer for an extended period results in the forgiveness of sins according to the following hadith 4 :.
Download mp3 track: Surah Ikhlas. Thirty Holy Ramadan Mubarak Sparks for Customize your own dates. Assess Your Own Spiritual Health. The Opening of the Door of Enlightenment. The importance of this Surah has been described in the following hadith of the Holy Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him 1 : "He Abud Darda reported God's messenger as saying, "Is any of you capable of reciting a third of the Qur'an in a night?
Say: He is Allah, the One and Only! Allah, the Eternal, Absolute; He begetteth not nor is He begotten. And there is none like unto Him. Thus Islam's basic principle can only be defined as monorealism and not as monotheism. The latter's version has "fifty times" and he did not mention "unless he is in debt.Veuillez vous connecter ou vous inscrire.
Citation de: inesh le Octobre 23, Qul huwa Allahu ahadun Allahu alssamadu Lam yalid walam yooladu Walam yakun lahu kufuwan ahadun Sourate El Fatiha est obligatoire. C'est les 2 sourates les plus importantes.
Mais si tu veux, tu trouveras des sourates extraites du Coran.
Ayat al-Kursi (The Throne Verse)
C'est toi que nous adorons, de Toi seul implorons le secours. Guide-nous dans le droit chemin. Du roi des hommes 3. Du Dieu des homme 4. Et contre les attaques de l'envieux quand il envie. Wa lam yakoun lahou koufouwan ahah. Dis, c'est un Dieu Unique 2. Dieu l'Absolu 3. Sa fortune et ses biens seront vains 3.
Il subira l'impact d'un feu ardent 4. Ainsi que sa femme, porteuse de bois 5. Quand viendront le secours divin et la victoire 2. Et que tu verras les gens embrasser en masse la religion de Dieu 3. Exalte alors ton Seigneur, et implore Son pardon. Je n'adore point ce que vous adorez 3. Pas plus que vous n'adorez ce que j'adore 4.
Vous avez votre religion et moi j'ai la mienne. Oui vous l'apprendrez 5. Vous verriez la fournaise 7. Le choc 2. Qu'est-ce que le choc 3. Qui t'apprendra ce qu'est le choc 4. C'est le feu ardent. Par les coursiers haletents 2. Qui font jaillir le feu sous les coups de leurs fers 3. Dieu sera alors instruit de ses actions. Lorsqu'elle rejettera sa charge 3. L'homme demandera "qu'a t-elle? Celui qui aura fait le bien du poids d'un atome le verra. Celui qui aura fait le mal du poids d'un atome le verra.In its four verses, the Surah describes monotheism completely.
Some other narrations denote that the Jew who asked this question was, Abdullah ibn Suriya, one of the known chiefs of the Jews. Another narration says that 'Abdullah ibn Salam asked this question from the holy Prophet Sin Mecca, and believed in Islam.
But, he kept his faith concealed. Another narration says that the pagans of Mecca asked such a question. There is no contradiction in these narrations because the question may have been asked by all of them, separately, which is, itself, an evidence to the extraordinary importance of this Surah, which answers the questions of different persons from various groups.
On the virtue of reciting this Surah, numerous narrations from the holy Prophet S and Ahlul-Bait as are cited in Islamic sources which refer to the extraordinary greatness of the Surah. The author of Atyab-ul-Bayan Commentary, collected 25 of them. A tradition says that the recitation of this Surah, when arriving at a home, causes the increase of sustenance and removing poverty from the people therein.
There are ninety different traditions and narrations mentioned, with their approved references, on the virtue and commentary of this Surah in Tafsir-i-Nur-uth- Thaqalayn. On the idea that reading this Surah is equal to one third of the whole Qur'an, some have said that it is for the reason that the Holy Qur'an contains ordinances, creeds, and history, and this Surah states the creed part in an intensive form.
Some others have said that the Qur'an is made up of three main themes; origin, end, and what is in the middle between these two, and this Surah is about the first theme. This meaning, that about one third of the Qur'an is the description of monotheism, is also acceptable; the extract of which has come in this Surah.
Everyone who seeks beyond this will perish". The first verse of this Surah, is an answer to the repeated question of many persons from different groups of people or tribes who asked about the attributes and identity of Allah.
It is, indeed, a code referring to the fact that His Holy Being is extremely concealed and no human thought or imagination can touch it, though the signs of His Existence have filled the world, totally, and are more apparent and clear than all things, as Surah Fussilat, No. You, too, describe your God so that we can see and understand'.
I asked him to teach me something with which I would defeat the enemies. Thereafter, I repeatedly said the phrase in the battle of Badr ". When 'Ammar Yasir heard that Hazrat Ali as was reciting this phrase, habitually, while he was fighting on the day of Siffin, he asked him what it was, and Hazrat Ali as replied:.
Allah is a proper name for God, and the meaning of the Imam's expression is that in this very word are gathered all His attributes of Bounty and Glory, and due to this it has been called 'the Greatest of Names'. This proper name is used for nothing but God, while other names for Allah, each of which usually refers to one of His qualities of Beauty and Glory, are often used for other than Him. This name brings light in our heart, makes us firm and calm, and takes us into a world full of purity and serenity.
To indicate the Unity of God, it is said, in this verse, that God is Allah, i. One; One in the sense of Absolute Oneness of His Essential Existence, not in the numerical sense of the word, which has its second and third, but, the One which has no second. He is such a One that even His attributes are His Essence and are not and can never be separate from Him.
It is a death blow which Islam has rendered, about the All-Divine, to all imaginary concepts of any kind of polytheistic doctrines and the phenomena of plurality. He is One with none comparable to Him, without any beginning or end, unlimited by time, space or circumstances.
A reality before which all others have no existence. He is the Creator, One, and everything is His creation. Raqib cites in Mufradat that 'Samad means a Lord; one to whom reference is made in matters of importance'. Some others have said that 'Samad' means 'something whose inside is not hollow, but it is full'. It also means 'a Lord', when applied for Allah, because affairs are dependant upon Him.
Samad is One Who does not sleep. Nothing is hidden from His all-enveloping knowledge-is not accommodatable in anything, not even in intellect: Infinite in all aspects of existence and attributes. The term 'samad' has such a vast meaning that we cannot mention them, completely, or in other words, the names or the attributes, mentioned to describe its nature, cannot be translated to covey the exact sense to the fullest meaning of the terms. Yes, Allah is 'samad' Who is not from anything and is not in anything or on anything; He is the Creator of everything and all are from Him by His Power; what He has created to perish will perish at His Will, and what He has created to remain will remain in His Knowledge.
This is Allah; al-Samad".Nous les transmettons nos encouragements et prions aussi pour eux afin que le tout puissant les assiste et les donne ce dont ils ont besoin. Et ce, avant de sortir de sa demeure pour le rendez-vous. En effet, nombreux sont ceux qui disent que leur demande est toujours sans suite. A cet effet, nous leur demandons de revoir la provenance de leur moyen de subsistance. Yobeulou besbi jeudi 28 janvier Yobeulou besbi mercredi 27 janvier Yobeulou besbi mardi 26 janvier A cet effet, nous vous recommandons le rituel ci-dessous.
Yobeulou besbi vendredi 08 janvier Yobeulou besbi lundi 04 janvier Yobeulou besbi mardi 05 janvier Yobeulou besbi mercredi 06 janvier Yobeulo besbi jeudi 07 janvier Quelles sont les pratiques proscrites dans ces lieux de culte?
Yobeulou besbi jeudi 12 novembre Yobeulou besbi mercredi 11 novembre Yobeulou besbi vendredi 06 novembre Yobeulou besbi jeudi 05 Novembre Yobeulou besbi mardi 3 novembre Yobeulou Besbi lundi 2 novembre Le rituel est simple.
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Yobeulou besbi vendredi 30 octobre Alor merci de la noter dans vos agendas. Yobeulou besbi mercredi 28 et jeudi 29 octobre Celui qui formule ce rituel, aura une assurance divine. Yobeulou besbi lundi 26 octobre Yobeulou besbi vendredi 23 octobre Yobeulou besbi Jeudi 22 octobre Yobeulou besbi mercredi 21 octobre Yobeulou besbi mardi 20 octobre Yobeulou besbi mercredi 14 octobre Yobeulou besbi 13 Octobre Yobeulou besbi mercredi 16 septembre Yobeulou besbi mardi 15 septembre Yobeulou besbi vendredi 11 septembre Yobeulou besbi jeudi 10 septembre Yobeulou besbi mercredi 09 septembre Yobeulou besbi lundi 7 septembre Mais certains ne le font pas.In the early years of Islamsome surahs of the Quran came to be known by several different names, sometimes varying by region.
It is a short declaration of tawhidAllah 's absolute oneness, consisting of four ayat. Al-Ikhlas means "the purity" or "the refining". It is disputed whether this is a Meccan or Medinan sura. The former seems more probable, particularly since it seems to have been alluded to by Bilal of Abyssiniawho, when he was being tortured by his cruel master, is said to have repeated "Ahad, Ahad!
It is reported from Ubayy ibn Ka'b that it was revealed after the polytheists asked "O Muhammad! Tell us the lineage of your Lord. Al-Ikhlas is not merely the name of this surah but also the title of its contents, for it deals exclusively with Tawhid. The other surahs of the Quran generally have been designated after a word occurring in them, but in this surah the word Ikhlas has occurred nowhere.
It has been given this name in view of its meaning and subject matter. Whoever understands it and believes in its teaching, will get rid of shirk polytheism completely. Surah Al-Ikhlas contains four verses: Say: He is Allah, One.
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Allah As-Samad. He begets not, nor was He begotten. And there is none comparable to Him. He is the One, the Singular, Who has no peer, no assistant, no rival, no equal and none comparable to Him. This word Al-Ahad cannot be used for anyone in affirmation except Allah the Mighty and Majestic, because He is perfect in all of His attributes and actions. According to hadithsthis surah is an especially important and honored part of the Quran:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the bus service, see Q New York City bus.
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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons.Say : He is Allahthe One!
Allahthe eternally Besought of all! He begetteth not nor was begotten.
Lam yalid walam yooladu. And there is none comparable unto Him. Walam yakun lahu kufuwan ahadun. Rechercher dans le Coran. Al-Fatiha 2. Al-Baqara 3. Al-i'Imran 4. An-Nisaa 5. Al-Maidah 6. Al-An'am 7. Al-A'raf 8. Al-Anfal 9. At-Tauba Yunus Hud Yusuf Ar-Ra'd Ibrahim Al-Hijr An-Nahl Al-Isra Al-Kahf Maryam Ta-ha And there is none like unto Him. The very concept of refining and purifying signifies the burning away of all impurities, leaving nothing but the very essence of that which was sought, Allah, the ultimate recipient of our utmost loyalty and sincerity.
Such a purification is the burning away of all of the worldly misunderstandings, concerns and desires that separate us from the One; the One and Only upon whom we depend, the One and Only who is our foundation rock, the Eternal One and Only.
As a further testimony to the unity of the One who has created all of mankind, note the striking similarity in the Bhagavad-Gita written in India a thousand years earlier:. You are the One Creator of all the worlds, and of that which moves and that which does not move, You alone are fit for worship, You are the highest Teacher, In all the worlds there is none equal to You. Shakir: Say: He, Allah, is One. Shakir: Allah is He on Whom all depend. Muhammed Ali: Allah is He on whom all depend.
Shakir: He begets not, nor is He begotten. Muhammed Ali: He begets not, nor is He begotten. Yusuf Ali: And there is none like unto Him. Pickthal: And there is none comparable unto Him. Shakir: And none is like Him. Muhammed Ali: And none is like Him.Celui qui lit 10 fois Sourate Al-Ikhlas, Allah lui construira un palais [✔ By IslaMusliMovie]
No simple literal translation can capture the magnificence or the delicate nuances of these Arabic verses. Every word has multiple levels of meaning, and each line brings new insights and inspirations with every reading.
To begin to discover the deeper meanings of these verses, let's look at the deeper meanings of the words, line by line:. For example, here is a poetic rendering that I enjoy:. This was something that was difficult for them and they said, "Which of us is able to do that, O Messenger of Allah?
Allah al-Wahid as-Samad is a third of the Qur'an. What is RSS? As a further testimony to the unity of the One who has created all of mankind, note the striking similarity in the Bhagavad-Gita written in India a thousand years earlier: You are the One Creator of all the worlds, and of that which moves and that which does not move, You alone are fit for worship, You are the highest Teacher, In all the worlds there is none equal to You.
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