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Surah al-Kahf: Transl. & Commentary
Surah al-Kahf: Transl. & Commentary
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  • Authored by: Sh. Imran Hosein

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Details:  Surah Al-Kahf - Text, Translation & Commentary,
Hardback - 244 pages, New Revised Edition,
by Shaykh Imran N. Hosein.

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As the war on Islam intensifies, and as the day approaches when the imposter Euro-Jewish State of Israel would make its bid to become the ruling State in the world, and the false Messiah (i.e., Dajjal) would rule the world from Jerusalem and declare that he is the true Messiah, I fear that there would be many, particularly governments which declare their friendship for USA and hence for Israel, who would want to ban books on the Qur'an.

In the thirteenth year of his mission as Allah’s last Prophet on earth, Prophet Muhammad, Salla Allahu ta'ala 'alayhi wa Sallam, was forced to leave his beloved city of Makkah and seek refuge in the distant Northern Arabian city of Yathrib (later renamed Madīnah). He had to leave because pagan Arabia was waging unjust war on Islam. Today, once again, an ostensibly Jewish-Christian but essentially pagan Euro-world-order is waging unjust war on Islam with the same venom and fury with which it was waged by pagan Arabia.

When the Prophet arrived in Madīnah his long-awaited tryst with the Jews began. And today’s stage of ‘their’ war on Islam marks the final chapter of that tryst. Islam emerged victorious from that first encounter, and it is as certain as the day follows the night that Islam will again emerge victorious in this final encounter with which history will end. We wrote the book entitled ‘Jerusalem in the Qur’ān’ in order to explain that subject and to refute all the false and devilish propaganda against Islam with which those enemies have now inundated the world.

The Holy Qur’ān itself described the Jews as a people who believed that they were the “chosen people of the Lord-God to the exclusion of all the rest of mankind” with privileged access to truth and that “heaven was reserved for them.” Yet their hearts were entirely wedded to this world and they longed “to live for a thousand years.” Consider the following verses of the Qur’ān:

Say: "If the last abode (i.e., heaven), with Allah, be for you alone, and for no one else, then why do you not desire death, if you are sincere (concerning this belief)."

Sūrah al-Kahf of the Qur’ān was revealed immediately before the blessed Prophet arrived in Madīnah, i.e., in the last year of his residence in Makkah, and it delivered a majestic Divine response (in both form and substance) to that false Jewish conception of religion. Muhammad Asad comments, for example, that the Sūrah “is almost entirely devoted to a series of parables or allegories built around the theme of faith in Allah Most High versus an undue attachment to the life of this world; and the key-phrase of the whole Sūrah is the statement in verse 7,

We have willed that all beauty on earth be a means by which we put men to a test.

Shaykh Imran N. Hosein
: He was born in the Caribbean island of Trinidad in 1942 from parents whose ancestors had migrated as indentured labourer from India. He is a graduate of the Aleemiyah Institute (named after Mawlana Abd al-Aleem Siddiqi al-Meruthi al-Qadiri, rahimullah,) in Karachi and has studied at several institutions of higher learning including the University of Karachi,the University of the West Indies, Al Azhar University and the Graduate Institute of International Relations in Switzerland. He worked for several years as a Foreign Service Officer in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Government of Trinidad and Tobago but gave up his job in 1985 to devote his life to the mission of Islam.

Contains : Qur'anic Text : Please handle with care in a state of ablution (wudhu).

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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 30 January, 2013.

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