Tafseer of Surah Hajj – Ayahs 60-64

Wednesday, 19, October , 2016 by

Islamically, a forced marriage is null and void, says Nouman Ali Khan. Unless the woman consents without a hint of reluctance, such a union is invalid. Parents must beware of being more concerned with their own happiness and prestige than with the happiness of their daughters.    

Ayah 114-115 In his exhaustive study of Surat Al-Baqarah, Nouman Ali Khan reflects on the second and longest chapter of the Quran. He explores how Allah, in his own words, answers some of the most compelling questions being asked about Islam today by both Muslims and non-Muslims.

A khutbah by Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan given at Colleyville Masjid on October 16, 2015. Explaining one of the most misunderstood verses of the Quran from Surat An- Nisaa, verse 26, which deals with the relationship between husbands and wives, Nouman Ali Khan says that the verse actually places men in a huge position of more »

Taking words from the Quran out of context to justify wrong behavior is the height of abuse of Allah’s revelation, says Nouman Ali Khan. The verse on “hitting women” in Surat An-Nisaa refers only to the extreme case of repeated and perpetual infidelity of the wife when all other warnings have been exhausted.