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(eBook - ISLAM) - The virtues of the quran

(eBook - ISLAM) - The virtues of the quran

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Translator's Introduction
Verily all praise is due to Allah the Most Omnipotent, the Most Merciful,Who has blessed us with blessings that are so various and numerousthat their number could not possibly be counted or imagined. All praiseis due to Him, Who has revealed the final revelation upon the last of the Messengers, Muhammad
the son of `Abdullah. May His Peaceand Blessings be upon him, his family, and those who have clutched tohis Sunnah with their molars until the Last Day.I thank Allah for granting me the ability to complete the translation of this small treatise and ask that He may accept it and benefit with it allthose who may testify to the Oneness of Allah and to the Prophethoodof His last Messenger. The treatise that lies in between your hands isan introduction, which was written by Shaykh Abdul-Qadir Al-Arna'ootto Tafseer Ibn Katheer. The reason why I chose to translate thisintroduction was to emphasize the importance of memorizing theQur’aan and its tafseer, which has unfortunately been forgotten bymany. It is a pity that those who call to the authentic Salaf Da'wahand strive towards preserving the Sunnah, that they have laggedbehind in this aspect, whilst many amongst the people of heresy andmisguidance know the Qur’aan like the back of their hands and havevoices which cause the eyes of people to overflow with tears. Verily weare the people of the Sunnah and the Qur’aan; not solely the Sunnah.For verily they compliment each other like the two wings of a bird thatsoars in the horizons of the sky. With utmost certainty, the followingverse should be remembered by all of us who claim to be on the pathof the pious predecessors (the Salaf-us-Saalih)
And the Messenger [Muhammad] said: 'Oh my Rabb! Verily,my people abandoned this Qur’aan. Thus have We made forevery Prophet an enemy among the Mujrimoon
[disbelievers,polytheists, criminals, etc].
But sufficient is your Rabb as a Guideand Helper
(Qur’aan 25: 30,31)
So let us all hasten towards memorizing the Qur’aan along with thetafseer (explanation) that has been handed down to us by the piouspredecessors.Verily, we have the most right and obligation to represent Islam andeven more so the Qur’aan. For it is we who are the successors of AbuBakr, `Umar, `Uthman ibn `Affan, `Ali ibn Abi Talib, `Abdullah ibnMas'ud, Abu Bakr, Ash-Shafii, Ahmed ibn Hanbal, Abu Hanifah, Malik,
Taqiuddin ibn Taymiyah, Ibn Katheer, At-Tabarani, As-Suyuti,Muhammad ibn `Abdul-Wahhab, and the rest of those from the pastwho were [and those of the present who are (such as 'Abdul `Aziz ibnBaz, Muhammad Salih ibn `Uthaymin, and Nasirudin Al-Albani)] uponthe Sunnah of the Last Messenger
.A STUDENT OF KNOWLEDGE:Muhammad ibn Munir Al-QashlanFridayThe 10
of Dhul-Hijjah, 1418 / The 10
of April 1998

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