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Re verse no 92 Allah n Malaika are translated as understood by previous translators implying that here they are actually meant as sky bound god and angels Date : 07/11/2014

Re verse no 92 Allah n Malaika are translated as understood by previous translators implying that here they are actually meant as sky bound god and angels Date : 07/11/2014

Dr. Qamar Saheb, 7/133 and 17/101. Aayat Mufassalaat and Nine clear signs respectively Date : 12/07/2011

Dr.Qamar Sb the following verses pertaining to Hz Moosa also needs explanation viz., 7/133 (nine signs), 20/38-40 (musa's mother throwing him in the sea in a chest), 28/7-13 (mother getting back musa for suckling),18/60-82 & separation of sea Date : 01/07/2011

Dr.Qamar Sb, this is regarding yad -e-baizaa ; in this topic may be by priniting mistake there is just repetition of what you have said about Musa's a'sa and no explanation about the concerned topic. I think an elaboration is needed. Date : 01/07/2011

In your book you had mentioned that the usage ibn maryam is similar to the usage of bani israel if that is the case then why different usages for Yahya and Eesa AS Date : 13/10/2010

In Maryam verse 14 when there is a mention of Yahya AS with regards to his behaviour with his parents it is mentioned as Vaalidaihi where as in the same chapter in verse no.32 when Easa AS is mentioned the words is Vaalidati. Can u clarify? Date : 13/10/2010

Dr.Qamar Zaman Saheb! Salams! With an unfulfilled desire and pain i inform you that my question on Khatamun Nabi still remains unanswered. Mr.Aurangzaib gave his comments and (with due regards to Aurgangzaib Saheb) i am not convinced. Date : 26/06/2010

my question on Khatamun Nabi remains unanswered. Hope Dr. saab has come from his USA visit. Date : 05/05/2010

Unable to open this link. Had been waiting for a very long time............. Date : 05/01/2010

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11 Comments/Replies COMMENTS / REPLIES
Waseem Bhai, pls clarify the 'in' (if) before the command 'istaqarra'. Normally a command should not have a doub tul precedence. Command is a straight order like " O people who claim to be believers, BELIEVE. Ya ayyuhal lazeena aamanu, aaminu.
Date : 13/07/2011>>View Detail

Br Moazzam thanks for the effort the best part is the word fa inis taqarra most of the translators have translated it as "IF IT STAYS" i.e, third person whereas the word "tha" indicates second person and you have translated it as "If YOU can stay in his ( put yourself in his shoes) then u can grasp the system in its manifested/implemented form.  
I know i am a bit demanding but this verse is getting missed pls explain the nine signs Toofan(hurricane), Jaraad(grasshoppers), Khummala(lice), and zafaadia(frogs) and damma(blood) 7/133 and 17/101
Date : 12/07/2011>>View Detail

salaams to this fraternity!  
I laud you for the refreshing work along with grammatical explanations which is the highlight of this entire project. Of course i do understand that a lot of questions may just skip off or may be requiring some research. I humbly remind you once again my question on Maryam: In Maryam verse 14 when there is a mention of Yahya AS with regards to his behaviour with his parents it is mentioned as Vaalidaihi where as in the same chapter in verse no.32 when Easa AS is mentioned the words is Vaalidati. Can u clarify?
Date : 06/07/2011>>View Detail

Moazzam Bhai,  
Thanks for remindng Dr. saab about this question bcoz he had answered entirely for a different query under this heading posed by Dr. Shahid.
Date : 26/10/2010>>View Detail

Welfare state, yes! Why not understand this concept through an analogy of a family wherein the father is its head. He may have children (not of equal capacities and age) . The greatest beneficiary is the the one who is the youngest, the one who is in the process of development. Taking on further this analogy, the father/mother are not going to treat their children unequally just because one is a computer engineer, the other a carpenter and the third who is yet to earn. However their needs may be addressed accordingly like the engineer requiring highly sophisticated tools in comparison with the carpenter son who may require simple tools.Just magnify this analogy to a still bigger family ie., the state I think the cobwebs would be removed to a great extent.  
 
There is yet another example in the honey bee which actually stores the extract of its hard work in the honey comb(state) and does not consume it selfishly. Here we are enlightened about the distribution/specialization of work. Some are involved in the construction of the comb, some are responsible for fertilization of the eggs and yet some are responsible for the collection of honey.  
 
By all these examples taken directly from nature which according to Quran are also SIGNS what i am given to understand is this: All the basic necessities of life would be provided by the state and in return each individual would contribute according to one's own capabilities.  
Date : 18/10/2010>>View Detail

Thanks Dr. Saab. Would you kindly give the understanding of the verse in question.
Date : 30/06/2010>>View Detail

Mr.Moazzam has added one more dimension to my query on Khatamun Nabi. Allah says in the Quran that there is no change in His Kalimaath and Sunath. Then why change now? Why no more Rasools and Books. Do not close this argument by saying that we live in a global village where information happens @ speed of though!
Date : 26/06/2010>>View Detail

Aurangzaib saheb salaams!  
 
My question was not at all based on any of Dr.Qamar articles or books. In fact I am thankful to dr. saab for being instrumental in removing the shackles and fetters from my thinking (Aglaal and Tauq). His writings have given me the guts to question, the way I am questioning......... some really bold questions.  
 
Yes the reason for including this question under this section was bcoz Quran is considered a maujizat.  
Date : 08/02/2010>>View Detail

Dr.Qamar Saab,  
Peace and Blessings be upon you!  
Before thanking I really marvel at your reply which I am quite convinced. But this leads on to another question. Has the nature stopped itself from revealing to its seekers now. What does the verse no.33:40 mean.  
Date : 08/02/2010>>View Detail

Thanks for the link but another important question of mine remains unanswered.I repeat the question once again: " When we talk about religions other than Islam we use our reasoning faculty to its hilt but shy away in applying the same intelligence tool when it comes to testing the veracity of our religion viz., wahi, prophethood etc ."
Date : 23/01/2010>>View Detail

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