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Tafsir Ibn Kathir (Urdu)
Surah Al Ma'ida
Alama Imad ud Din Ibn Kathir
Maulana Muhammad Sahib Juna Garhi
Lt Col (R) Muhammad Ashraf Javed
The fourth verse contains the memorable declaration;
"This day have I perfected your religion for you":
which was promulgated in 10 H., during the Prophet's last Pilgrimage to Makkah. Chronologically it was the last verse to be revealed.
Summary- Beginning with an appeal to fulfil, as sacred, all obligations, human and divine, it points to certain regulations about food, as conducive to a sober and social life, without superstition and without bias or hatred (5:1-5).Cleanliness of body, and justice and uprightness of dealing are nearest to Piety (5:6-11).
If the Jews and Christians turned back from the Truth and violated their Covenants, they have had their warning (5:12-26).The murder of Abel by Cain is the type of the treatment which the just man suffers from the envious. There is punishment from Allah. The just man must not grieve (5:27-43).
Muslims must do impartial justice, but must protect their own Brotherhood and their Faith from insult and scorn; they must appreciate piety, humility, and other good points among the Christians (5:46-86).They must enjoy with gratitude all that is good and lawful, but guard themselves against excess, Swearing, intoxication, gambling, violation of the Sanctuary, superstitions of all kinds, and false evidence are condemned (5:87-108).
The miracles of Jesus, and how they were misused by those who bore his name (5:109-120, and C. 75)
Abdullah Yusuf Ali
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- 1512241784 / 9781512241785
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