Welcome to Dr. Elzeiny Quran Class


1.    This is a site for translation of the Holy Quran using easy English.

2.    This is a site for Meaning of Quran in Pictures.

3.   Books about the Names of Allah [Book 1[Book 2[Brief Meanings]


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Table of Contents

Preparation: Prepare Quran Explorer 1

Lesson [1]: The Names of Allah Explain Life. 1

Lesson [2]: Viewing Life Through the Glasses of Iqra’a. 1

Lesson [3]: The Trust. How Allah is Trusting Us. 1

Lesson [4]: The Khalifa on Earth. 1

Lesson [5]:The Name of Allah Al-Salam Part I (The Source of Peace and Security) 1

Lesson [6]: The Name of Allah Al-Salam Part II 1

Lesson [7]: The Names of Allah Related to Forgiveness. Al-Ghafoor, Al-Ghafar and Al-Affow (الغفور الغفار العفو) 1

Lesson [8]: The Names of Allah Related to Rahma (Mercy) 1

Lesson [9]: The Names of Allah Related to Rahma (Mercy) 1

Lesson [10]: The Name of Allah Al-Tawab Part I 1

Lesson [11]: The Name of Allah Al-Tawab Part II 1

Lesson [11A]: The Name of Allah Al-Tawab Part III 1

Lesson [12]: The Name of Allah Al-Hakim. Part I - The Most Wise - The Wisdom Behind Halal and Haram.. 1

Lesson [13]: The Name of Allah Al-Hakeem II - The Most Wise – The Unseen World. 1

Lesson [13A]: The Name of Allah Al-Hakeem III - The Most Wise - Why cannot we see Allah, his angel or the life after death. 1

Lesson [14]: The Names of Allah Related to Providing us with our Needs – Part I: Our needs 1

Lesson [15]: The Names of Allah Related to Providing us with our Needs – Part II: Distribution of Wealth. 1

Lesson [16]: The Names of Allah Related to Providing us with our Needs – Part III: The test of being rich is harder than the test of being poor. 1

Lesson [17]: The Names of Allah Related to Providing us with our Needs – Part IV: How to Increase our Pre-assigned Shares of Wealth. 1

Lesson [18]: The Name of Allah Al-Wasi^ الْوَاسِعْ - The Unlimited, the. 1

Lesson [19]: The Name of Allah Al-Qudos. The Pure, The Holy. 1

Lesson [20]: The Name of Allah Al-Hady - The Guidance Provider 1

Lesson [21]: Scientific Miracles of the Holy Quran. 1

Lesson [22]: The Name of Allah Al-Adel – The Just; The Balance Maker; The Balance Provider – Part I. 1

Lesson [23]: The Name of Allah: (Al-Fatah - The Opener or the Reliever) 1

Lesson [24]: Tafsir Surat Al-Fatiha Part I 1

Lesson [25]: Tafsir Surat Al-Fatiha Part II 1

Lesson [26]: Tafsir Surat Al-Fatiha Part III 1

Lesson [27]: The Name of Allah Al-Wadud. 1

 


Preparation: Prepare Quran Explorer

This must be done. In order for Quran Explorer audio work, you must install Adobe Flash Player first. This is mandatory task. See the image below.


Lesson [1]: The Names of Allah Explain Life.

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Click here to see Dr. Qadhi lectures about why do we need to learn about the Names of Allah Part I.

Click here to see Dr. Qadhi lectures about why do we need to learn about the Names of Allah Part II.

Homework:

[Part 1] If you have not done this already, send me an email to hw@zeiny.net telling me about yourself. What you want me to know about you. It is very confidential. I will not share it with anyone. If you are using your parent’s email, you may print it out and give to me in person. Please include a picture of yourself in the email. You can take a selfie picture of yourself and email it to me.

[Part 2] Memorize Ayat 22 from Surat Al-Hashir [59:22] by clicking here. This web site repeats the recitation of the Ayat. Use the recitation so that you can memorize them right. You may also use the children repeating after teacher by clicking here.

[Part 3] Listen to the audio recording of the class, read the notes below and answer the following questions thoroughly. Short answers are not accepted. You must email me the homework via email hw@zeiny.net

1.    Why did Allah create?

2.    If he wants to create, why not creating just angels and trees that will not kill, commit crimes and spread corruption?

3.    What are the names of Allah applicable to the answers of the previous questions?

4.    What is idol worshiping? What are the middle Gods?

5.    In idol worshiping you may be taken advantage of. How?

6.    Why did the Prophet saw isolated himself in the cave of Hira’a? Mention two reasons.

7.    During the first meeting between Angel Gibril and Prophet Moahmed saw, what is the significance of the hug and why was it so painful? Why did Allah select a cave for this first meeting instead of a fancy place?

8.    How many names Allah has? How many of them do we know?

9.    Why is it so essential that we learn the Names of Allah?

Notes:

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Lesson [2]: Viewing Life Through the Glasses of Iqra’a.

 

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Homework:

[Part 1] Memorize Ayat 22-23 from Surat Al-Hashir [59:22-23] by clicking here. This web site repeats the recitation of the Ayat. Use the recitation so that you can memorize them right. You may also use the children repeating after teacher by clicking the following:

Ayah 22 alone

Ayah 23 alone

Ayat 22-24 combined.

[Part 2] Listen to the audio recording of the class, read the notes below and answer the following questions thoroughly. Short answers are not accepted. You must email me the homework via email hw@zeiny.net

1.    What are the two kinds of names of Allah? Which kind represent the manners of Allah? Which names that Allah want us to follow and which kind of names that we are forbidden to follow? Give five examples of each kind with explanation of the meaning.

2.    What is the meaning of Mushrik (مشرك)? How is this meaning related to the names of Allah?

3.    Explain the views regarding the issue of creation using the glasses of Iqra'a and without.

4.    How many rounds do we have? Which one is more important? The true winners are the ones who win which round?

5.    If you see a criminal thug was successful in killing a Prophet, without using the glasses of Iqra'a , who is the winner and who is the loser? How about when you wear the glasses of Iqra'a ? Explain in details.

6.    Is the story of cave men and women true? Why or why not? Were Prophet Adam and Eve cave people? Explain.

7.    Give examples of how people saw things differently through the glasses of Iqra'a such as the example of the widow that had many children and her husband died.

8.    Do people go to Jannah because of their deeds or because of the mercy of Allah? Mention the story of the slave who met Allah with lots of good deeds.

Notes:

 

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Lesson [3]: The Trust. How Allah is Trusting Us.

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Homework:

[Part 1] Memorize Ayat 22-24 from Surat Al-Hashir [59:22-24] by clicking here. This web site repeats the recitation of the Ayat. Use the recitation so that you can memorize them right. You may also use the children repeating after teacher by clicking the following:

Ayah 22 alone

Ayah 23 alone

Ayat 22-24 combined.

[Part 2] Listen to the audio recording of the class, read the notes below and answer the following questions thoroughly. Short answers are not accepted. You must email me the homework via email hw@zeiny.net

1.    Allah trusted us. Explain what is the trust and give the example of the two slaves.

2.    Explain the laws of nature and compare them to the laws of Islam.

3.    Explain the gap, and the circle of influence. Give examples of the ones who have small circle of influence and the one who have big ones.

4.    How many times we were and will be dead and alive. Explain.

5.    Ayah 72 from Surat Al-Ahzab [33:72] talks about us accepting the trust. Explain how. When and where. Hint use Ayat 172, 173 from Surat Al-Araf [7:172-173]. Do you remember this even? Where was this oath stored?

6.    Prove that we want to be given the trust and tested. Hint freedom, long life. power and insanity.

7.    Prove that we want to be given more tests.

 

Notes:

The concepts of Khalifa (خليفة), Gap, writing your own book, Free Will, Laws of Nature, Laws of Islam, Trust, Being Tested, Tests of Submission.

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Lesson [4]: The Khalifa on Earth

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Homework:

[Part 1] Memorize Ayat 22-24 from Surat Al-Hashir [59:22-24] by clicking here. This web site repeats the recitation of the Ayat. Use the recitation so that you can memorize them right. You may also use the children repeating after teacher by clicking the following:

Ayah 22 alone

Ayah 23 alone

Ayat 22-24 combined.

[Part 2] Listen to the audio recording of the class, read the notes below and answer the following questions thoroughly. Short answers are not accepted. You must email me the homework via email hw@zeiny.net

1.    Allah created a Khalifa [representation on earth]. What does it mean?

2.    Is every thing around us ruled by the laws of nature?

3.    Allah created a gap for us, how? and what is it?

4.    How many types of substitution we have? Which one is appropriate for Allah?

5.    What was the response of the angels when Allah announces that he will be creating a Khalifa on earth? (hint: Baqra 2: Ayah 30)

6.    How did the angels know that humans are going to spread corruption and slaughter one another?

7.    What happened to the Jinn when they became all corrupt? What happen to Iblis?

8.    Why did the angles were so impressed about Iblis ?

9.    Usually how Allah shows the truth about someone? How did Allah show the truth about Iblis?

10. Whey didn’t Allah just curse Iblis without testing him?

Notes:

Lesson [5]:The Name of Allah Al-Salam Part I (The Source of Peace and Security)

(1) The Source of Peace and Security. (2) The Flawless.

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Click here to listen to Dr. Qadhi lecture about the Name of Allah Al-Salam.

Homework:

[Part 1] Memorize Ayah 1 from Surat Al-Hadeed[57:1] by clicking here. This web site repeats the recitation of the Ayat. Use the recitation so that you can memorize them right. You may also use the children repeating after teacher by clicking here. Note that you can still make up for the missed memorizations in the past Lessons.

[Part 2] Tafseer Part: Listen to the audio recording of the class, read the notes below and answer the following questions thoroughly. Short answers are not accepted. You must email me the homework via email hw@zeiny.net

First meaning of the Name Al-Salam

1.    If one greets you by the phrase "Al-Salamo Alykom السلام عليكم", what is the meaning of this greeting?

2.    When you reply "Walykom Al-Salam وعليكم السلام" what do you mean?

3.    How did the Prophet greet Allah when he met him during the heavenly journey (المعراج)? What was the reply of Allah to this greeting?

4.    When the Prophet was with his wife Khadija angel Gibril came and told the Prophet to tell Khadija that Allah is sending Salam to her. What was the reply of Khadija? and why did she reply that way?

5.    One of the names of Janah is related to the name Al-Salam. What is it? Why was the Jannah called so?

6.    One of the names of the city of Al-Qudos القدس in Palestine is related to Al-Salam? What was it and how did it change with time to Jerusalem?

Fake Salam:

1.    Give an example of how to apply the name of Allah Al-Salam in your life in relation to tyrants and dictators. (See the Ayat below).

2.    What the difference between Salam offered by Allah and Salam offered by tyrants?

3.    Are people who follow orders from tyrants in hell or in heaven? Would they be excused because they were just following orders. Explain the reasons.

4.    From Quran, mention and explain four arguments between tyrants and their followers. Hint: Explain the following Ayat 2:165-167, 14:21, 34:31-33, 40:47-49, 7:38, 38:61, 41:29, 33:67-68.

5.    Mention the story of the magicians who were competing with Prophet Mosa SAW? How is that related to the name Al-Salam?

6.    Does the Shytan believe in Allah? Explain why or why not.

7.    Mention and explain the speech of Iblis given in hell fire to the people of hell. Hint Quran (14:22)

Notes:

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Lesson [6]: The Name of Allah Al-Salam Part II

(1) The Source of Peace and Security. (2) The Flawless.

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Homework:

[Part 1] Memorize Ayat 1-2 from Surat Al-Hadeed[57:1-2] by clicking here. This web site repeats the recitation of the Ayat. Use the recitation so that you can memorize them right. You may also use the children repeating after teacher by clicking here. Note that you can still make up for the missed memorizations in the past Lessons.

[Part 2] Tafseer Part: Listen to the audio recording of the class, read the notes below and answer the following questions thoroughly. Short answers are not accepted. You must email me the homework via email hw@zeiny.net

Continue the Name of Allah Al-Salam

1.    Was Ammar bin Yasir wrong when he was forced to curse the Prophet saw and to curse Islam? What did the Prophet saw said to him?

2.    Meaning of SAW. What is the accurate translation and meaning of saw (Salla Allah Alyh Wa Sallam).

 

The second meaning - The Flawless

3.    What is the second meaning of the Name of Allah Al-Salam? What does it mean?

4.    What do we mean by saying that Allah is perfect in Quantity and Quality?

5.    If someone says that Allah is too busy to care about us. How does this statement conflict with the second meaning of the name of Allah Al-Salam? What is the Islamic phrase you would use to reply to this accusation to Allah?

6.    Does Allah cause harm for the purpose of harm, i.e. absolute harm? Explain. Use the surgery as an example.

7.    To argue about religion with the people of the book. What kind of argument we are allowed to use.

8.    Do Muslims and the people of the book all worship the same God. Write the Ayah in the Quran that would prove your answer.

9.    How does Muslims connect to God? How about the Christian and the Jews?

10. Explain the two styles of Idol worshiping that were covered in the class.

11. How is the Name of Al-Salam conflict with the trinity?

12. How is the Name of Al-Salam conflict with the realization of God in Judaism?

Notes:

Notes from previous years:

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Lesson [7]: The Names of Allah Related to Forgiveness. Al-Ghafoor, Al-Ghafar and Al-Affow (الغفور الغفار العفو)

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Homework:

[Part 1] Memorize Ayat 1-3 from Surat Al-Hadeed[57:1-3] by clicking here. This web site repeats the recitation of the Ayat. Use the recitation so that you can memorize them right. You may also use the children repeating after teacher by clicking here. Note that you can still make up for the missed memorizations in the past Lessons.

[Part 2] Listen to the audio recording of the class, read the notes below and answer the following questions thoroughly. Short answers are not accepted. You must email me the homework via email hw@zeiny.net

1.     What is the meaning of “Despairing the mercy of Allah”. Explain with examples.

2.     What happens to the one who despairing the mercy of Allah? Why is it a low image of Allah? Hint: Explain the Ayah that supports your answer, see Surat Al-Hijr Ayah 56 (15:56)

3.     What is the meaning of the following Ayah Surat Al-Zomor, Ayah 53. (38:53)

4.     Regarding to the story of the one who killed 99.

a.     Why did he kill one more person to make them 100? Who was this person? Was he a dedicated worshiper of Allah or a scholar?

b.    Who advised him to pursue the forgiveness of Allah Was he a dedicated worshiper of Allah or a scholar? What was his advice?

c.     Describe his ending and why did Allah choose to end it that way? Why didn’t Allah just forgive him and chose to make it happen in such a dramatic way?

d.    Which one is better, the dedicated worshiper of Allah or a scholar? Mention the Hadith that supports your answer.

5.     What would happen to the world if the door of forgiveness is always closed? Why? Mention the part of the story of the one who killed 100 that supports your answer.

6.     Allah is extremely happy when one of us repents. The Prophet SAW gave a specific example to describe the happiness of Allah. What is this example?

7.      What is The Istigfar (الإستغفار). How many Istigfar times the Prophet SAW used to do every day?

8.     What are the sins that Allah will never forgive even with a repentance?

9.     What is the sin that Allah will never forgives unless the sinner repents?

10.  Regarding the situation that if you sin once and repent, and Allah accepts your repentance and erases your sins.

a.     What happens when you repeat the sin again and seek forgiveness?

b.    At what point Allah would stop forgiving you?

c.     If you repeat a sin again after you repent, would Allah take back the forgiveness that he granted in the past, i.e. would Allah un erase the previous repentance?

11.  Regarding trying to abuse Allah’s forgiveness.

a.     Is forgiveness intended to encourage people to do sins?

b.    Is forgiveness intended for the sinners who already made sins, or to the ones who plan for sins?

c.     Can one trick Allah and repent in the last minute?

d.    What are the possible scenarios that could happen that will prevent a person from repenting in the last-minute, i.e. right before death?

e.     What did Allah say about the last-minute repentance. Hint Ayat 4:18

f.      How do you reply to someone who says “I am not going to start prayers until I am old and near death”?

12.  In the Example of the Pharaoh. What did he tried to do and what was the response of Allah? Hint Ayat [10:90-91]

13.  What are the two times where Allah will not accept any further repentances or good deeds, i.e. door of repentance and good deeds would be completely closed?

14.  What is the story of the one who watered a thirsty dog? Tell the story and explain why is it linked to the forgiveness of Allah.

15.  What is the story of the one who locked a cat till it died? Tell the story.

16.  What is the meaning of Al-Afoo and how is it different from Al-Ghafoor

 


Lesson [8]: The Names of Allah Related to Rahma (Mercy)

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(Optional) Click here to listen to Dr. Qadhi lecture about the names related to Rahma Part 1.

(Optional) Click here to listen to Dr. Qadhi lecture about the names related to Rahma Part 2.

 

Homework: 

[Part 1] Memorize Ayat 1-7 from Surat Al-Waqia by clicking here. 

The above web site repeats the recitation of the Ayat. Use the recitation so that you can memorize them right. You may also use the children repeating after teacher by clicking here. Note that you can still make up for the missed memorizations in the past Lessons.

[Part 2] Listen to the audio recording of the class, read the notes below and answer the following questions thoroughly. Short answers are not accepted. You must email me the homework via email hw@zeiny.net

About Rahma:

1.    Define and explain Rahma

2.    How many names derived from the root mercy (Rahma)? Mention them.

3.   Does Allah follow rules? Who have made these rules?

4.    Mention 3 rules that Allah has been following.

5.    Mention the Hadith of the woman who was looking for her child.

6.     One person made a statement after he compared the mercy of his mother to the mercy of Allah. What is that statement.

7.   Allah called his Prophet Mohamed Rahma in the Quran. Why? Mention the Ayah that says that (Prophets:107).

8.    Allah called the Quran Rahma in the Quran. Why? Mention the Ayat that says that. (Night Journey:82, Smoke:6).

 

About the Name Al-Rahman:

1.    How many times Allah mention the Name Al-Rahman in the Quran? How many times out of them the Name Al-Rahman was mentioned alone without being combined with any other name?

2.    What is the other Name of Allah that is mentioned alone without being combined with any other name?

3.    What is the significance of the Alif-Noon at the end of the Name Al-Rahman?

4.    Allah mentioned in the Quran that “Al-Rahman rose over the throne” seven times. What is significance of these Ayat?

5.    What are the most beloved male names to Allah?

6.    What are the two primary names to Allah? Mention the Ayah (Night Journey:110).

 

About the Name Al-Rahim:

1.    How many times the Name Al-Rahim was mentioned in the Quran?

2.    Why did Allah combine the Name Al-Rahim with the Name Al-Azeez?

3.    Why did Allah combine the Name Al-Rahim with the Name Al-Ghafor?

4.    Mention two differences in the meaning of Al-Rahman and Al-Rahim.

 

Notes:

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Lesson [9]: The Names of Allah Related to Rahma (Mercy)

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(Optional) Click here to listen to Dr. Qadhi lecture about the names related to Rahma Part 1.

(Optional) Click here to listen to Dr. Qadhi lecture about the names related to Rahma Part 2.

 

Homework: 

[Part 1] Memorize Ayat 1-9 from Surat Al-Waqia by clicking here. 

The above web site repeats the recitation of the Ayat. Use the recitation so that you can memorize them right. You may also use the children repeating after teacher by clicking here. Note that you can still make up for the missed memorizations in the past Lessons.

[Part 2] Listen to the audio recording of the class, read the notes below and answer the following questions thoroughly. Short answers are not accepted. You must email me the homework via email hw@zeiny.net

1.    The two Al-Rahman and Al-Rahim. Which one represents the actions of Allah and which one represents the nature of Allah?

2.    What is the meaning that Allah is Rahman in this life and Rahim in the next life? Explain.

3.    What is the most magnificent creation of Allah? In seven times Allah associated his name Al-Rahman with that creation. What are these statements and their meaning? Note: All seven mentions are the same. So, just answer the question for one of them.

4.    How is punishment being a kind of Rahma? Do parents have Rahma to their children? Why do they punish them? What if they don’t punish them?

5.    Complete the following Hadith Qodsy regarding having good hopes in the mercy of Allah. I am what my slave assumes of me …………………….

6.    What is the difference between having good hopes in the mercy of Allah and being deceived by the mercy of Allah?

7.    There are three main ways to get the Rahma from Allah. Mention them.

8.    How does your belief in Al-Rahim reflect on your prayers and actions?

9.    Tell the story of the one who forgave people from paying his due rent and how is the story related to Rahma?

10. What would Allah say on the people who gather to remember Allah (for example, doing Quran, Hadith, learn about Islam like us here in the class room)? How is this related to Rahma?

11. Allah divided his Rahma to how many pieces? How many of them is being used in this life and how many are dedicated to the next life?

12. What happened when a Bedouin peed in the Madjid of the Prophet saw? How is that related to Rahma?

13. What is the story of the two sinful men that Allah ordered them to go to hell? How is this related to Rahma?

14. What is the story of the one who was in short of one Hasanah to enter Jannah. How is this related to Rahma?

Notes:

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Lesson [10]: The Name of Allah Al-Tawab Part I

The One Whom You Repent To, The One Who Makes You Repent and The One Who Accepts Repentance. The One Who Makes You Keep the Repentance.

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Homework: 

[Part 1] Memorize Ayat 1-12 from Surat Al-Waqia by clicking here. 

The above web site repeats the recitation of the Ayat. Use the recitation so that you can memorize them right. You may also use the children repeating after teacher by clicking here. Note that you can still make up for the missed memorizations in the past Lessons.

[Part 2] Listen to the audio recording of the class, read the notes below and answer the following questions thoroughly. Short answers are not accepted. You must email me the homework via email hw@zeiny.net

1.    What are the meanings of the Name of Allah Al-Tawab? Mention five meanings.

2.    What happens to your bad deed when you make Tawba? Hint: Surah Hud [11:114] and Surah Al-Forqan [25:68-70]. Mention the related story of the person who met Allah and he was asking Allah Where are the sins he made in the past. Why did he do that?

3.    Who is responsible of the bad deeds, we or Allah?

4.    If Allah dislikes a person, would he guide him/her to repentance? Mention the reasons.

5.    Allah dedicated two adults to love you and care for you. Who are they and how they are related to the Name of Allah Al-Tawab?

6.    What would the wise parent do if the child makes mistakes, and how this related to the Name of Allah Al-Tawab?

7.    What would happen if the parents did not punish the child for mistakes? Is this good for the child? What would happen if the parent doesn’t punish his children when they do wrong? How this related to the Name of Allah Al-Tawab?

8.    What happened to Prophet Musa? What was the story? How Allah make him do Tawba? See Al-A^rat [7:143 - 144].

9.    Does Allah wear Hijab? Why or why not.

10. Does Allah follow rules? Who does make these rules?

11. How does Allah make you repent? Write the Ayah in the Quran in Surat Sajda [32:21] that proves your answer.

12. Is the punishment by Allah in this life really a punishment? What is it? What is the purpose of it?

13. Is the reward by Allah in this life really a reward? What is it? What is the purpose of it?

14. Using the example of the teachers we used in class, compare both kinds and what is good and bad about them.

15. How come Allah punishes the ones whom he loves?

16. If someone is making mistakes and Allah is not punching him/her to stop, does this mean that they are good people? How come Allah lets them get away with their bad deeds?

17. Mention seven examples of how Allah can punish you. Hint diseases, …

18. Harmful things could happen for two reasons. Either raise your rank or punish you. How can you tell which one it is?

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Lesson [11]: The Name of Allah Al-Tawab Part II

The One Whom You Repent To, The One Who Makes You Repent and The One Who Accepts Repentance. The One Who Makes You Keep the Repentance.

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Homework: 

[Part 1] Memorize Ayat 1-15 from Surat Al-Waqia by clicking here. 

The above web site repeats the recitation of the Ayat. Use the recitation so that you can memorize them right. You may also use the children repeating after teacher by clicking here. Note that you can still make up for the missed memorizations in the past Lessons.

[Part 2] Listen to the audio recording of the class, read the notes below and answer the following questions thoroughly. Short answers are not accepted. You must email me the homework via email hw@zeiny.net

1.    Write the story of the battle of Uhud. When was it? How were the arrangements? The importance of the role of the archers, results of round one, the reason of defeat in round two. You watch this on YouTube, and/or this as well.

2.    In the battle of Uhud, Allah likes believers and dislikes the bad Arab lords. How come then Allah made the believers lose and Arab lords win? What would happen if Allah made the Muslims win after they have disobeyed the Prophet?

3.    Does the punishment of Allah fall only on the wrong doers? Explain the Ayah Al-Anfal [8:25] and the Hadith of the ship that explain that.

4.     Tell the story of the disobedient man from the children of Israel who said to Allah how many times I disobeyed you and you are not punishing me. How did Allah send him the answer and what was it?

5.    Does Allah give you time to repent on your own before punishing you? Mention the story of the bird who stole meat.

6.    How does Allah encourage you for doing good deeds?

7.     Mention the story of the Prophet who quit doing his job and left his people without the permission of Allah. What was his punishment? Did Allah accept his repentance? What was the relief he got? Why did Allah cover him with a squash tree?

Notes:

The Battle of Uhud, was fought on March 19, 625 (3 Shawwal 3 AH in the Islamic calendar) at the valley located in front of Mount Uhud, in what is now northwestern Arabia.The Battle of Uḥud was the second military encounter between the Meccans and the Muslims, preceded by the Battle of Badr in 624, where a small Muslim army had defeated a larger Meccan army.


Lesson [11A]: The Name of Allah Al-Tawab Part III

The One Whom You Repent To, The One Who Makes You Repent and The One Who Accepts Repentance. The One Who Makes You Keep the Repentance.

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 Homework: 

[Part 1] Memorize Ayat 1-15 from Surat Al-Waqia by clicking here. 

The above web site repeats the recitation of the Ayat. Use the recitation so that you can memorize them right. You may also use the children repeating after teacher by clicking here. Note that you can still make up for the missed memorizations in the past Lessons.

[Part 2] Listen to the audio recording of the class, read the notes below and answer the following questions thoroughly. Short answers are not accepted. You must email me the homework via email hw@zeiny.net

1.    How does Allah encourage you for doing good deeds?

2.    How does Allah discourage you from doing bad deeds?

3.     Tell the story of the battle of Tabuk (the battle of hardship). Reasons of hardships, the battle divided people to how many types? What happened with every type? Use the following Ayat Tawba [9:92], . Tawba [9:93-96], Tawbah [9:118]. Who was Kaab Bin Malik? Two which type he belonged to? How was he punished? Did he receive a letter from the enemies of the Prophet saw? Did Allah forgive him and his other two partners? You may use the following resources This link and/or This Link.

 

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Lesson [12]: The Name of Allah Al-Hakim. Part I - The Most Wise - The Wisdom Behind Halal and Haram

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[Part 1] Memorize Ayat 1-17 from Surat Al-Waqia by clicking here. 

The above web site repeats the recitation of the Ayat. Use the recitation so that you can memorize them right. You may also use the children repeating after teacher by clicking here. Note that you can still make up for the missed memorizations in the past Lessons.

[Part 2] Listen to the audio recording of the class, read the notes below and answer the following questions thoroughly. Short answers are not accepted. You must email me the homework via email hw@zeiny.net

1)    If something already happened and you believe someone can come up with a better scenario, then ……………….

2)    Allah sent the Prophet to us to teach us the book and the wisdom. He book is Quran, but what is the wisdom.

3)    Allah didn’t send us the Quran to be written by cheap ink on cheap paper. What was the purpose of sending the Quran.

4)    Define wisdom. What is the difference between wisdom and knowledge? Do we need knowledge to achieve wisdom? Give examples.

5)    If you don’t have enough knowledge, then your choices would be ……………..

6)    If you don’t have any knowledge, then your choices would be ……………..

7)     What are the reasons for which Haram and Hallal? Could we have Hallal without Haram? Give examples.

8)    In the case of Muslims, Allah explain the wisdom of Halal and Haram in the following:

9)    What is the basis for which Allah decides Haram and Halal for the Muslims? Did he intended to cause us hardships? Explain the relevant part of Ayat 7:157 and 5:6.

10) What is the basis for which Allah decides Haram and Halal for the Jews? Did he intended to cause us hardships? Explain the relevant part of Ayat 4:160.

11)  Allah made working on Saturday Haram for the Jews. Did they obey? Tell the story of the fishing on Saturday. Explain the relevant part of Ayat 7:163

12)  Allah sent a Prophet to relief the children of Israel from the hardships imposed on them. Who was this Prophet? Explain the relevant part of Ayat 3:45-50

13) If someone asked you why eating pork is Haram, what is the ideal answer?

14) Allah gave a royal answer when the bad guys said that Riba is just like business. What was this answer? Explain the relevant part of Ayat 2:275.

15) Is it appropriate for Allah to include the Riba and business equations in the Quran? Explain how is that related to his royal answer.

16) Explain the difference between wise and unwise versus Haram and Hallal? Give few examples.

Notes:

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Lesson [13]: The Name of Allah Al-Hakeem II - The Most Wise – The Unseen World

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[Part 1] Memorize Ayat 1-19 from Surat Al-Waqia by clicking here. 

The above web site repeats the recitation of the Ayat. Use the recitation so that you can memorize them right. You may also use the children repeating after teacher by clicking here. Note that you can still make up for the missed memorizations in the past Lessons.

[Part 2] Listen to the audio recording of the class, read the notes below and answer the following questions thoroughly.

1.    If one believes that someone can come up with a scenario better than what actually happened, then this person disbelieved in the name Allah Al-Hakim. Explain why? What if the scenario was not in your favor, is it still the wisest scenario?

2.    Any scenario that Allah let happen would have winners and losers. Explain.

3.    If we can see Allah, then would we still have a free will? Use the example of the policy officer.

4.    Would anyone be able to disobey Allah while seeing him? Why?

5.    Would Allah allow anyone to disobey him while seeing him? Why?

6.    When Allah and his messenger saw talk about the heart in the chest, do they mean the pump in the chest or something else? Explain.

7.    If someone exchanges his heart (the pump) with someone else, are both of them still the same? What if they exchange brains?

8.    Use the example of 2D people to explain the world of the unseen. Can we scare them while being in their closed rooms?

9.    Can the time be considered as the fourth dimension? Why?

10. From what Jinn were created? How about angels? Relate this to the frequency of a body of energy?

11. What is the range of frequencies that we can see and what is the range we can hear? You may use this site for help.

12. Write the relativity equation that relates energy to mass? Who came up with this equation? Use this equation to show how Jinn and angels can make themselves visible to us?

13. Show how the relativity equation can explain how the Jinn could move the throne of Baliqs, the Queen of Sheba, from Yemen to Jerusalem in a blink of an eye.

14. Show how the relatively equation explain the nuclear bomb?

15. What is the maximum electromagnetic wave frequency scientists were able to generate?

16. Explain how the fourth dimension, i.e. frequency, explain the existence of many other forms of life.

17. What is the difference between the body of energy that vibrates at high frequency and the body of energy created by Allah, i.e. angels and Jinn?

18. What is preventing us now from seeing angels and Jinn?

19. How come you can see dreams when your eyes are closed?

20. How death and sleep are related. How come we can see the unseen world when we die?

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The electromagnetic spectrum is generally divided into seven regions, in order of decreasing wavelength and increasing energy and frequency: radio waves, microwaves, infrared, visible light, ultraviolet, X-rays and gamma rays. (Image credit: Biro Emoke Shutterstock)

 

Radio waves

Radio waves are at the lowest range of the EM spectrum, with frequencies of up to about 30 billion hertz, or 30 gigahertz (GHz), and wavelengths greater than about 10 millimeters (0.4 inches). Radio is used primarily for communications including voice, data and entertainment media.

 

Microwaves

Microwaves fall in the range of the EM spectrum between radio and IR. They have frequencies from about 3 GHz up to about 30 trillion hertz, or 30 terahertz (THz), and wavelengths of about 10 mm (0.4 inches) to 100 micrometers (μm), or 0.004 inches. Microwaves are used for high-bandwidth communications, radar and as a heat source for microwave ovens and industrial applications.

 

Infrared

Infrared is in the range of the EM spectrum between microwaves and visible light. IR has frequencies from about 30 THz up to about 400 THz and wavelengths of about 100 μm (0.004 inches) to 740 nanometers (nm), or 0.00003 inches. IR light is invisible to human eyes, but we can feel it as heat if the intensity is sufficient. 

 

Visible light

Visible light is found in the middle of the EM spectrum, between IR and UV. It has frequencies of about 400 THz to 800 THz and wavelengths of about 740 nm (0.00003 inches) to 380 nm (.000015 inches). More generally, visible light is defined as the wavelengths that are visible to most human eyes.

 

Ultraviolet

Ultraviolet light is in the range of the EM spectrum between visible light and X-rays. It has frequencies of about 8 × 1014 to 3 × 1016 Hz and wavelengths of about 380 nm (.000015 inches) to about 10 nm (0.0000004 inches). UV light is a component of sunlight; however, it is invisible to the human eye. It has numerous medical and industrial applications, but it can damage living tissue.

 

X-rays

X-rays are roughly classified into two types: soft X-rays and hard X-rays. Soft X-rays comprise the range of the EM spectrum between UV and gamma rays. Soft X-rays have frequencies of about 3 × 1016 to about 1018 Hz and wavelengths of about 10 nm (4 × 10inches) to about 100 picometers (pm), or 4 × 10inches. Hard X-rays occupy the same region of the EM spectrum as gamma rays. The only difference between them is their source: X-rays are produced by accelerating electrons, while gamma rays are produced by atomic nuclei.

 

Gamma-rays

Gamma-rays are in the range of the spectrum above soft X-rays. Gamma-rays have frequencies greater than about 1018 Hz and wavelengths of less than 100 pm (4 × 10inches). Gamma radiation causes damage to living tissue, which makes it useful for killing cancer cells when applied in carefully measured doses to small regions. Uncontrolled exposure, though, is extremely dangerous to humans.


Lesson [13A]: The Name of Allah Al-Hakeem III - The Most Wise - Why cannot we see Allah, his angel or the life after death.

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[Part 1] Memorize Ayat 1-19 from Surat Al-Waqia by clicking here. 

The above web site repeats the recitation of the Ayat. Use the recitation so that you can memorize them right. You may also use the children repeating after teacher by clicking here. Note that you can still make up for the missed memorizations in the past Lessons.

[Part 2] Listen to the audio recording of the class, read the notes below and answer the following questions thoroughly.

1.    Instead of having people who deny the existence of Allah and the unseen world, why doesn't Allah allow us to see him and the unseen world? How would this impact our freedom of choice? Use the example of a police officer behind you.

2.    What happened to Prophet Mosa when he asked Allah to see him? Explain what happened before and after.

3.    Is Allah wearing Hijab? How many layers? What would happen if Allah would lift his Hijab?

4.    Not being able to see the world of unseen is a test from Allah. Explain How?

5.    Not being able to see the world of unseen is a mercy from Allah. Explain How?

6.    What would happen to us if we can hear the screams of the ones who are being punished in the graves? How is this going to affect our free will or freedom of choice?

7.    What happened when Allah sent Angel Gabriel to look at the Jannah and the hell? What would happen to us if we see them now? What would happen to us if we do see them?

8.    Is seeing miracles is good or bad? What happen if we see miracles? How would Allah judge us then?

9.    Who were the people of the dining table? What happened to them?

10. When the people of Thamud saw the miracle, what was that miracle? Did they believe after seeing the miracles?

11. The Arab Lord asked the Prophet Mohamed for miracles (see these Ayat). What were these miracles? Were they serious?

12. The problems of the world today, were they resulting from lack of Miracles or lack of Prophet, or what?

13. Allah gave Prophet Mosa nine miracles to show to the Pharaoh and his followers. What are these nine miracles (hint see this link)? How did the Pharaoh and his follower react after seeing each one of these miracles?

14. Is knowing the date of our death a good thing or a bad thing?

15. What would happen to us if we know the date of our death or the death of our loved ones?

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Lesson [14]: The Names of Allah Related to Providing us with our Needs – Part I: Our needs

Al-Raziq, Al-Razzaq and Al-Mo^ti

الرزاق، الرازق، المعطي

The Supplier of All, The Sustenance Provider and The Provision Supplier. The One Who Divides Shares Among People. The One who Supplies us with our Needs. The One Who Gives.

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[Part 1] Memorize Ayat 1-21 from Surat Al-Waqia by clicking here. 

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[Part 2] Listen to the audio recording of the class, read the notes below and answer the following questions thoroughly.

1.    What is the difference between I need and I want? Give examples.

2.    Explain Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs. What is it? What does it contain? Why is it big at the lowest level and small at the higher level? Give examples.

3.    To what level belongs a rich, young, powerful prince or king?

4.    To what level belongs the starving people?

5.    Which level belongs to love and to be loved? Can every one achieves this?

6.    What is the meaning of the word “secular”?

7.    What is the fatal deficiency in Maslow’s pyramid? Why is it called a secular pyramid?

8.    Is our nation secular? Why or why not? Give reasons and examples.

9.    How is feeling of satisfaction is more important than the amount of wealth you have? Explain

10. What do we mean that things are a matter of perception? Give examples of the Saudi princess and the poor lady.

11. Mention the story about the color of a dress. How is it related to our subject?

12. Who was the richest girl in the world that committed suicide? What was the reason?

13. What is the difference between the name Al-Raziq and Al-Razzaq? What is the difference between Al-Razzaq and Al-Mo^ti?

14. What is the real share of money that we really get? Is it the entire wealth? Why?

15. What the money that remains with us after our death?

16. Would the stingy rich live the life of poor or rich? And would be judge in the day of judgment as poor or rich?

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Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs. (Abraham Maslow) (1908–1970) (the pyramid was proposed in 1943)


Lesson [15]: The Names of Allah Related to Providing us with our Needs – Part II: Distribution of Wealth

Al-Raziq, Al-Razzaq and Al-Mo^ti

الرزاق، الرازق، المعطي

The Supplier of All, The Sustenance Provider and The Provision Supplier. The One Who Divides Shares Among People. The One who Supplies us with our Needs. The One Who Gives.

 

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 [Part 1] Memorize Ayat 1-23 from Surat Al-Waqia by clicking here. 

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[Part 2] Listen to the audio recording of the class, read the notes below and answer the following questions thoroughly.

1.    Does Rizq mean wealth only? Are there any other types of Rizq? If yes, what are they? give examples.

2.    Does our shares of wealth depend on how smart and hardworking only? Give the example of minimum wages.

3.    Are people born with equal rights? Are they born with equal opportunities?

4.    Allah is the most accused for the distribution of Rizq mong people. Why?

5.    Who does decide shares of wealth and talent Nahl (16:71)?

a.     Is it equal distribution?

b.    Are people pleased with their shares of wealth?

c.     Are people pleased with their shares of talent? Why? Explain.

6.    Explain the verse the following verse and how is it related to this topic. Nahl [16:71].

7.    What would happen if Allah made everyone rich? Why? Hint Shura (42:27).

8.    What would happen if Allah made all believers rich and all nonbelievers poor? Why?

9.    What would happen if Allah made all believers poor and all nonbelievers rich? Why? Hint Zokhrof (43:33).

10. Explain the following verse and how is it related to this topic. Isra [17:18-20].

11. Why is very few people believe that people’s shares are pre-assigned? What did Allah do in the following Ayat to make people believe Tharyat (51:22-23)?

12. Explain the story of Prophet Soliman and the ant? What is the significant of the story? How is it related to the subject?

13. We chose how to get our preassigned shares of wealth. How? What is the significance of this? Mention the story of Ali Ibn Abo Talib regarding the camel.

14. We chose how to get our preassigned shares of pain? How? What is the significance of this?

15. Does taking drugs increase our shares of happiness? Why or why not. How many people die due to drug overdose every year?

16. How is feeling of satisfaction is more important than the amount of wealth you have. Explain.


Lesson [16]: The Names of Allah Related to Providing us with our Needs – Part III: The test of being rich is harder than the test of being poor.

Al-Raziq, Al-Razzaq and Al-Mo^ti

الرزاق، الرازق، المعطي

The Supplier of All, The Sustenance Provider and The Provision Supplier. The One Who Divides Shares Among People. The One who Supplies us with our Needs. The One Who Gives.

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[Part 1] Memorize Ayat 1-25 from Surat Al-Waqia by clicking here. 

The above web site repeats the recitation of the Ayat. Use the recitation so that you can memorize them right. You may also use the children repeating after teacher by clicking here. Note that you can still make up for the missed memorizations in the past Lessons.

 

[Part 2] Listen to the audio recording of the class, read the notes below and answer the following questions thoroughly.

1.    Being rich or being poor:

a.     Is being rich a sign of love from Allah? Is being poor a sign of Allah’s anger?

b.    What is the sign of Allah’s love?

c.     Explain Quran [89:15-16]. How is it related to the subject?

d.    Explain Quran [23:55-56]. How is it related to the subject?

e.     Which one does Allah love more, rich or poor? Why?

2.    Did Prophet Mohamed adopt the royal life style? Why?

3.    What kind of people were the majority of the followers of the Prophets, rich or poor? Why?

4.    In making Dua’a to Allah, which one would be more desperate, the rich or the poor? Why?

5.    What happen to the unrighteous people riding a ship and there is a storm? Who would save them? Would they be thankful after being saved?

6.    Which one is easier to please, the rich or the poor? Why?

7.    Which one is going to feel self-sufficient and has no need to Allah, the poor or the rich? Why?

8.    How is it that the more money you have the more difficult it is to pay Zakah?

9.    The Prophet saw said that one Dirham of charity could be much more appreciated by Allah than a charity of one thousand Dirham. How? Explain.

10. What is the story of Tho^aylaba (ثعيلبة). Hint Tawba [9:75-77]

a.     What did he ask the Prophet Mohamed (SAW) for?

b.    What was the reponse of the Prophet?

c.     What did he promise Allah and his Prophet (SAW)?

d.    What happened after he got what he asked for?

e.     What was his punishment? Tawba [9: 77]

11. How many pillars of Islam for the rich and how many pillars of Islam for the poor?

12. Which one has easier judgement? The poor or the rich? Why?

13. Is Islam against rich people? Why?

14. Which one Allah loves more, the patient poor or the thankful rich?

 

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Lesson [17]: The Names of Allah Related to Providing us with our Needs – Part IV: How to Increase our Pre-assigned Shares of Wealth.

Al-Raziq, Al-Razzaq and Al-Mo^ti

الرزاق، الرازق، المعطي

The Supplier of All, The Sustenance Provider and The Provision Supplier. The One Who Divides Shares Among People. The One who Supplies us with our Needs. The One Who Gives.

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[Part 1] Memorize Ayat 1-27 from Surat Al-Waqia b