This is post #29 in our series on Tafseer of Juz ‘Amma (click the link to see all posts in this series). Calligraphy of Arabic, or maybe Al-Qur’an, inscribed in metal! Continuing our discussion of Surah At-Teen, we’re going to insha’Allah dive into the Arabic analysis. It’s surprising how much subhanallah you can understand with only a partial learning/understanding; but didn’t Allah say that it’s a clear, easy to read book?
- This is post #28 in our series on Tafseer of Juz ‘Amma (click the link to see all posts in this series). Tiyn and Zaytoon–the fig and the olive. Allah says, in Surah At-Teen: وَالتِّينِ وَالزَّيْتُونِ وَطُورِ سِينِينَ وَهَذَا الْبَلَدِ الْأَمِينِ Translation: By the fig and the olive. And [by] Mount SinaiAnd [by] this secure city [Makkah], … [Surah At-Tin, verses 1-3] Allah is testifying. Allah, the Lord of the Universe, wants us to take something extra-extra-super-specially-important.