Juz 8 contains the last 55 verses of Surat al- An\'am and the first 87 verses of Surat al-A’raaf.
In today’s episode, we’ll explore a few verses from Surat al-An’am which criticise the flawed ethical pre-Islamic practices of the pagans. One of these flawed practices was that they... Show More >>Juz 8 contains the last 55 verses of Surat al- An\'am and the first 87 verses of Surat al-A’raaf.
In today’s episode, we’ll explore a few verses from Surat al-An’am which criticise the flawed ethical pre-Islamic practices of the pagans. One of these flawed practices was that they formed their own laws entirely arbitrarily without divine guidance and wisdom. Unlike their forged laws, every law that Allah (swt) places has a certain wisdom behind it and is not randomly constructed. Moreover, the basic laws of Allah (swt) as espoused in all divine religions and as a part of the message of all Prophets are discussed in verses 150-157. These standards are the foundation of all divine religions. Surat al- An\'am ends with a beautiful message for us that we should perform every action for the sake of Allah (swt) through His divine guidance.
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