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JUZ JEMS -JUZ 7
Surah Mai’dah 83- Surah Al-Anam 110
We left off yesterday with Allah extensively discussing the other people of the scriptures particulary the Jews and the Chistians, and what they did to what they were revealed as well as their mistakes. As we move onto this juz, Allah is discuss how the Christians will be closer to us and nearer to us than the Jews and Allah explains how its because amongst them are certain priests and monks that aren’t arrogant. And because they are not arrogant, when they see the truth, they recognize it and believe in it. SubhanAllah look how Allah links arrogance with disbelief- how the reason why they are able to see the truth is because they are not arrogant. Arrogance is such a disease, believing the that you’re everything, “you”, “you” and more “you” is a disaster that Allah links to disbelief.
The rest of this surah parimarily deals with laws for the Muslims. So previous people of scripture are discussed, now Allah focuses on us and gives us rules regarding oaths, Allah explains to us how intoxicants and gambling are works of shaitan which avert us the remembrance of Allah, Allah speaks more about what is lawful in terms of food, and hunting and game, and about testimonies. And what is really interesting how Allah several times repeats that “There is not upon those who believe and do righteousness [any] blame concerning what they have eaten [in the past] if they [now] fear Allah and believe and do righteous deeds, and then fear Allah and believe, and then fear Allah and do good; and Allah loves the doers of good.” [5:93] To the end of surah, Allah mentions several times that he forgives and pardons the past if they didn’t know as long as they don’t violate it now. A lot of times, we unintentionally eat something that we realized had gelatin in it, or may have pork product in it, and we may not realize it till way later…...

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