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Now Playing # (24) The Light (An-Nour)

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In the name of Allah, the Compassionate, the Merciful

SECTION: 1
This is a Sürah which We have revealed and made obligatory; its revelations contain clear verses, so that you may take heed.[1] As for the fornicatoress and the fornicator (unmarried person guilty of illegal sexual intercourse), flog each of them one hundred lashes and do not take pity in enforcing the law ordained by Allah, if you believe in Allah and the Last Day, and let a party of the believers witness their punishment.[2]

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Punishment for rape or fornication

The fornicator shall not marry any but a fornicatoress or a mushrik, and likewise to a fornicatoress, none shall marry her but a fornicator or a mushrik: such marriages are forbidden to the believers.[3] Those who accuse a chaste woman of fornication and do not produce four witnesses to support their allegation, shall be flogged with eighty lashes and their testimony shall not be accepted ever after, for they are the ones who are wicked transgressors[4] - except those who repent thereafter and mend their conduct; for Allah is surely Forgiving, Merciful.[5]

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Punishment for false witness

Those men who accuse their own wives but have no witness except themselves, each one of them shall be made to swear four times by Allah that his charge is true,[6] and the fifth time calling down upon himself the curse of Allah if he is lying.[7] As for the wife, the punishment shall be averted from her if she swears four times by Allah that his (her husband's) charge is false[8] and the fifth time calls down the wrath of Allah on herself if his charge is true.[9] If it were not for Allah’s grace and mercy upon you, you would have no method of handling these situations. Allah is the Acceptor of Repentance, All-Wise.[10]

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Layăn (accusing wife when there is no other witness in a case of adultery)

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Those who concocted the slander are from a clique among you. Do not regard this incident as only an evil, for it also contains a good lesson for you. Whoever took any part in this sin, has earned his share accordingly, and the one who took on himself the leading part, shall have a terrible punishment.[11] Why did not the believing men and believing women, when they heard of this slander, think well of their own people, and say: “This is clearly a false accusation?”[12] Why did they not produce four witnesses? If they cannot produce the required witnesses, they are the liars in the sight of Allah.[13] Were it not for the grace and mercy of Allah towards you in this world and the Hereafter, you would have been severely punished for your involvement in this scandal;[14] when you passed on with your tongues and uttered with your mouths that about which you had no knowledge. You took it lightly while it was a very serious offence in the sight of Allah.[15] Why did you not, when you heard about it, say: “It is not befitting for us to talk about it, God forbid! This is a monstrous slander?”[16] Allah admonishes you never to repeat a mistake like this, if you are true believers.[17] Allah has made His revelations clear to you, Allah is All-Knowing, All-Wise.[18] Those who love to broadcast such slanders among the believers will have a painful punishment in this life and in the Hereafter. Allah knows and you do not know.[19] Were it not for the grace and mercy of Allah towards you, this scandal would have produced very bad results for you. Allah is indeed very Kind, most Merciful.[20]

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Slander against a wife of the Prophet



Allah cleared the Prophet's wife to be innocent

SECTION: 3
O believers! Do not follow the footsteps of Shaităn: because anyone who follows the footsteps of Shaităn is seduced by him to commit acts of indecency and wickedness. If there had not been the grace and mercy of Allah upon you, none of you would have ever been purified from that sin, for it is Allah Alone Who purifies whom He pleases, and Allah is All-Hearing, All-Knowing.[21] Let not those among you who are endowed with grace and amplitude of means swear to withhold their help from their relatives, the indigent and those who left their homes for the cause of Allah - rather let them forgive and overlook - do you not wish that Allah should forgive you? Allah is Forgiving, Merciful.[22] Those who accuse chaste but careless believing women are cursed in this life, and in the Hereafter they shall have a grievous punishment.[23] Such people should not forget that Day when their own tongues, their own hands and their own feet will testify against their misdeeds.[24] On that Day, Allah will give them the full reward they deserve, then they will realize that Allah is the One Who manifests the Truth.[25] Unclean women are for unclean men, and unclean men are for unclean women; and pure women are for pure men, and pure men are for pure women. They are free from the slanderer’s accusations; for them there shall be forgiveness and honorable provision from Allah.[26]

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Allah commanded the believers not to follow Shaităn and not take part in false accusations and slanders

SECTION: 4
O believers! Do not enter houses other than your own until you have sought permission and said greetings of peace to the occupants; this is better for you, so that you may be mindful.[27] If you do not find the person you wanted to see, then do not enter until permission is given to you; and if you are asked to go back, then go back; this is more fitting for you; and Allah is cognizant of what you do.[28] There is no blame on you if you enter houses which are not used for dwelling and in which you have something belonging to you; and Allah knows what you reveal and what you conceal.[29]

24:[27-29]

Etiquettes for entering the houses other than your own

Enjoin the believing men to lower their gaze and guard their modesty; that is chaster for them. Surely Allah is well aware of their actions.[30] Likewise enjoin the believing women to lower their gaze and guard their modesty; not to display their beauty and ornaments except what normally appears thereof; let them draw their veils over their bosoms and not display their charms except to their husbands, their fathers, their fathers-in-law, their own sons, their stepsons, their own brothers, their nephews on either brothers’ or sisters’ sides, their own womenfolk, their own slaves, male attendants who lack sexual desires or small children who have no carnal knowledge of women. Also enjoin them not to strike their feet in order to draw attention to their hidden trinkets. And O believers! Turn to Allah in repentance, all of you, about your past mistakes, so that you may attain salvation.[31]

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Required behavior in mixed gatherings of males and females

Get the singles among you married as well as those who are fit for marriage among your male slaves and female slaves. If they are poor, Allah will make them free from want out of His grace: for Allah has boundless resources and is All-Knowing.[32] And let those who do not find means to marry keep themselves chaste until Allah enriches them out of His bounty. As for those of your slaves who wish to buy out their liberty, execute the deed of liberty with them if you find them deserving, and give them some of the wealth which Allah has given you. Do not force your slave-girls into prostitution for your own worldly gains, if they wish to preserve their chastity; and if anyone forces them into it, then surely after such a compulsion Allah will be forgiving and merciful to them.[33] We have already sent down to you revelations giving you clear guidance and cited examples of those people who passed away before you to serve as a warning and an admonition for the righteous people.[34]

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Allah's order for single people to get married



Allah's order to grant liberty to those slaves who seek to buy their freedom

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Allah is the Light of the heavens and the earth. The parable of His Light is as if there were a niche, in which there is a lamp, the lamp is enclosed in crystal, the crystal is of a starlike brilliance, it is lit with the olive oil from a blessed olive tree which is neither eastern nor western, its very oil would almost be luminous though no fire touched it - as though all the means of increasing Light upon Light are provided - Allah guides to His Light whom He pleases. Allah cites such parables to make His message clear to the people; and Allah has knowledge of everything.[35]

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Allah is the Light of the heavens and the earth

His Light is found in those houses which Allah has sanctioned to be built for the remembrance of His name; where His praise is sung, in the mornings and in the evenings again and again,[36] by such people whom neither business nor business profit can divert from the remembrance of Allah, nor from establishing Salah and nor from paying Zakah, for they fear the Day of Judgement when hearts will be overturned and eyes will be petrified,[37] who hope that Allah will reward them according to the best of their deeds and add for them even more out of His grace: for Allah gives without measure to whom He pleases.[38]

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Allah's Light is found in the places of worship which are built for his remembrance by His devotees

As for the unbelievers, their deeds will disappear like a mirage in a sandy desert, which the thirsty traveller thinks to be water, but when he comes near, he finds it to be nothing, instead he finds Allah to settle his account - Allah is swift in settling accounts.[39] Or another parable of unbelievers' efforts is that of a person trying to swim in a bottomless ocean overwhelmed with billows, one over the other, overcast with dark clouds - layers of utter darkness one above another - so much so that if he stretches out his hand, he can hardly see it. The one to whom Allah does not give light, will have no light![40]

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Deeds of the unbelievers are like a mirage in a sandy desert

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Do you not see that Allah is the One Who is praised by all those who are in the heavens and in the earth? The very birds praise Him as they wing their flight. Each one knows its prayers and how to praise Him, and Allah has full knowledge of all their actions.[41] To Allah belongs the kingdom of the heavens and the earth; and towards Allah lies the final goal.[42] Do you not see that Allah makes the clouds move gently, then joins them together, then piles them up in masses, then you see the rain coming from inside them? He also sends down hail from the clouds that look like mountains in the sky, afflicting therewith whom He wills and turning it away from whom He pleases; the flash of His lightning almost takes away sight.[43] Allah alternates the night and the day; there is indeed a lesson in it for those who possess insight.[44] Allah has created from water every living creature: of them there are some that creep upon their bellies, some that walk on two legs, and yet some that walk on four; Allah creates what He pleases; surely Allah has power over everything.[45]

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Everything in the heaven and earth glorifies and praises Allah



Allah has created every living creature from water

We have indeed sent down revelations demonstrating the Truth, and Allah guides to the Straight Way whom He pleases.[46] They say: “We believe in Allah and the Rasool and we obey,” but no sooner do they utter these words than some of them turn their backs; these are no believers.[47] When such people are called to Allah and His Rasool that He may judge between them, behold! A party of them declines to come.[48] However, if they have the truth on their side, they come to him voluntarily.[49] Is there a disease in their hearts? Either they are skeptical, or else they fear that Allah and His Rasool will deny them justice. Nay! In fact they are the ones who are the wrongdoers.[50]

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Those who claim to be believers but do not demonstrate their belief through actions are not true believers

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The response of the true believers, when they are called to Allah and His Rasool that he may judge between them, is only to say: “We hear and we obey." Such are the ones who will attain felicity.[51] Only those who obey Allah and His Rasool, have fear of Allah and do good deeds, are the ones who will be the winners.[52] They solemnly swear by Allah that if you command them, they will go forth leaving their homes. O Muhammad tell them: “Do not swear; your obedience not your oaths will count; surely Allah is fully aware of what you do."[53] Say: “Obey Allah and obey the Rasool. If you do not, the Rasool is still under obligation to fulfill his duty, as you are under obligation to fulfill yours; and if you obey him, you shall be rightly guided. Note it well that the responsibility of the Rasool is only to deliver Allah’s message clearly."[54] Allah has promised those of you who believe and do good deeds that He will most surely make them vicegerent in the earth as He made their ancestors before them, and that He will establish for them their religion, the one which He has chosen for them, and that He will change their present state of fear into peace and security. Let them worship Me Alone and not to commit shirk with Me; and if anyone rejects faith after this, it is they who are the transgressors.[55] Therefore establish Salah, pay Zakah and obey the Rasool, so that you may be shown mercy.[56] Never think that the unbelievers can frustrate anything in the land. As for them, the fire shall be their home, and that is an evil abode.[57]

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True believers are those who, when called towards Allah and His Rasool, say: "We hear and we obey."

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O believers! Let your servants and those children who have not yet attained puberty ask your permission before coming in to see you on three occasions: before Fajr Salah (dawn prayer), at noon when you put off your clothes, and after the Isha Salah (night prayer). These are your three times of privacy. At other times, there is no blame on you if you, or they, go around visiting one another. Thus Allah makes His revelations clear to you, for Allah is All-Knowing, All-Wise.[58] And when your children reach the age of puberty, let them still ask your permission as their elders do. Thus Allah makes His revelations clear to you, for Allah is All-Knowing, All-Wise.[59]

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Etiquette of seeking permission to enter the room of married couples

There is no blame on such elderly women who have no interest in getting married, if they lay aside their cloaks without displaying their adornment, but it is better for them if they do not discard. Allah is All-Hearing, All-Knowing.[60] There is no blame on the blind, nor there is blame on the lame, nor there is blame on the sick, to eat at your table. Nor shall it be an offense for you to eat in the houses of your own children, or your fathers, or your mothers, or your brothers, or your sisters, or your paternal uncles, or your paternal aunts, or your maternal uncles, or your maternal aunts, or your sincere friends, or in houses with the keys of which you are entrusted. There is no blame on you whether you eat together or apart; however, when you enter the houses, you should greet one another with the greeting of peace prescribed by Allah blessed and pure. Thus Allah makes His revelations clear to you, so that you may grow in understanding.[61]

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Etiquette of eating at houses other than your own

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The true believers are only those who believe in Allah and His Rasool, and who, when gathered with him on a matter requiring collective action, do not depart until they have obtained his permission - only those who ask your permission are the ones who truly believe in Allah and His Rasool - so when they ask your permission to leave and attend to theirs private business, you may give permission to those of them whom you deem appropriate and implore Allah to forgive them; surely Allah is Forgiving, Merciful.[62] Do not consider the summoning of the Rasool in the same manner, as you consider the summoning of one another among yourselves. Allah knows those of you who slip away, concealing themselves behind others. Let those who disobey his orders beware, lest some trial befall them or a painful punishment be inflicted on them.[63] Beware! Whatever is in the heavens and in the earth belongs to Allah. He knows all your thoughts and actions. On the Day of Judgment when they will be brought back to Him, He will tell them all that they have done. Allah has the knowledge of everything.[64]

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Requirement to attend meetings which require collective action

Major Issues, Divine Law and Guidance:

* Laws relating to

a) the punishment for rape, fornication and adultery.

b) the punishment for bearing false witness relating to any of these crimes.

c) Layăn (bearing witness against one’s own wife when there is no other witness in a case of adultery). * Slander against the wife of the Prophet Muhammad, Allah’s declaration of her innocence, and admonition to those who were involved in that scandal.
* Regulations relating to entering houses other than your own.
* Regulations relating to mixed gatherings of males and females.
* Allah’s commandment to singles about getting married.
* Allah’s commandment to help slaves in getting their freedom.
* The fact that Allah is the Light of the heavens and the earth.
* The fact that Allah has created every living creature from water.
* True believers are those who, when called towards Allah and His Rasool, say: “We hear and we obey."
* Regulations relating to:

a) entering the room of a married couple.

b) eating at houses other than one's own.
* Allah’s commandment for attending meetings which are called for discussions and decisions about taking collective actions.

Social Reforms enacted in this Sürah and their background:

After the victory at Badr, the Islamic movement began to gain strength and at the Battle of the Trench, it had become clear that the united forces of the unbelievers, numbering over ten thousand, could not crush the Islamic movement. Both the parties understood well, that the war of aggression which the unbelievers had been waging against Muslims for several years, had come to an end. On that occasion the Prophet himself said to the believers: “After this year, the Qureysh will not be able to attack you; you will take the offensive against them.”

After the defeat in the Battle of the Trench the unbelievers realized that the Muslims could not be defeated on the battlefield and that the rise of Islam was not due to the numerical strength of the Muslims nor to their superior arms and material resources, since the Muslims were fighting against fearful odds on all these fronts, their success was due to their moral superiority. The pure and noble qualities of the Prophet and his followers were capturing the hearts of the people, and were also binding them together into a highly disciplined community. As a result, they were defeating both the mushrikďn and the Jews both, therefore, they chose the moral front to carry on the conflict.

They got the first opportunity when in Dhul-Qa‘dah 5 A.H. the Prophet married Zainab (abph), the divorced wife of his adopted son, Zaid bin Hărithah (abph). The Prophet married Zainab in accordance with the commandment of Allah to put an end to a custom of ignorance, which had given the same status to the adopted son as that of a son from one’s own loins. The hypocrites, the Jews, and the mushrikďn considered it a golden opportunity to exploit the situation to vilify the Prophet and to ruin his high reputation with a malicious slander through concocting a story in the following words: “One day Muhammad (pbuh) happened to see the wife of his adopted son and fell in love with her; he maneuvered her divorce and married her.” Though this was an absurd fiction, it was spread with such skill and cunning that it succeeded in its purpose to the extent that some Muslim commentators also have cited some parts of it in their writings, and the orientalists have wilfully exploited it to vilify the Prophet. The fact is that Zainab (abph) was never a stranger to the Prophet. She was his first cousin, being the daughter of his real paternal aunt, Umaimah, daughter of Abdul Muttalib, his real grand father. He had known her from her childhood to her youth. Just one year before this incident, he himself had persuaded her to marry Zaid (abph), who was a slave and whom the Prophet had freed and then adopted as his son, this was to demonstrate that in Islam, even a freed slave has rights equal to that of Qureysh. But Zainab (abph) could not reconcile her psychological reservation about marriage with a liberated slave. Therefore, she and her husband could not continue together for long, which inevitably led to their divorce.

The second slander was made on the honor of Sayyidah Aeysha (abph), a wife of the Prophet, in connection with an incident which occurred while he was returning from the Campaign against the Bani Al-Mustaliq. This attack was even more severe than the first one and was the main reason for the revelation of this Sürah. The mischief that was engineered by Abdullah bin Ubayy through this slander was to attack the honor of the Prophet and Sayyidună Abu Bakr Siddďq (abph), who was the father of Sayyidah Aeysha (abph), to undermine the high moral superiority which was the greatest asset of the Islamic Movement and to ignite civil war between the Muhăjirin and the Ansăr, and between Aus and Khazraj, the two clans of the Ansăr.

This Sürah was revealed to strengthen the moral fibre of the Muslim society, which had been shaken by the slander against Sayyidah Aeysha. The following laws and guidance are given to reform the Muslim community:

  1. Rape, adultery and fornication which had already been declared to be social crimes in Sürah Al-Ahzăb (vv. 15,16) are now made criminal offences and the one proven guilty is to be punished.
  2. Muslims are enjoined to boycott adulterous men and women and are forbidden to have any marriage relations with them.
  3. One who accuses another of adultery but fails to produce four witnesses, is to be punished with eighty lashes.
  4. The law of Layăn is enacted to provide the method for a husband to bear witness against his own wife in a case of adultery when there are no other witnesses, and also provides the wife a method to refute his testimony.
  5. The Muslims are enjoined to learn this lesson from the incident of the slander about Sayyidah Aeysha, and advise the Muslims as follows: “You should be very cautious about the charges of adultery against people of good reputation, and instead of spreading such a rumor, you should refute and suppress them immediately." In this connection, a general principle is enunciated that the proper spouse for a pure man is a pure woman, for he cannot get along with a wicked woman for long, and the same is the case with a pure woman. The Muslims are admonished as follows: "When you know that the Prophet is the purest of all human beings, how could you believe that he could live with a wicked woman and exalt her as the most beloved of his wives? For it is obvious that an adulterous woman could not have been able to deceive a pure man like the Prophet. You should have considered the fact that the accuser is a mean person while the accused is a pure woman. This should have been enough to convince you that the accusation is not worth your attention.
  6. Those who spread evil rumors and propagate wickedness in the Muslim community deserve punishment and not encouragement.
  7. Relations in the Muslim community should be based on good faith and not on suspicion: everyone is innocent unless he/she is proved guilty.
  8. People are forbidden to enter houses other than their own without seeking permission.
  9. Both men and women are instructed to lower their gaze when they come in contact with each other.
  10. Women are enjoined to cover their heads and breasts, not to display their beauty before other men except their servants or such relatives with whom their marriage is prohibited, hide their charms and not to put on jingling ornaments when they go out of their homes.
  11. Marriage is encouraged and enjoined even for slaves, because unmarried people are more prone to indecency.
  12. The institution of slavery is discouraged. Slave owners and other people are enjoined to give financial help to slaves to earn their freedom under the law of Mukatabat (contract).
  13. Prostitution by slave girls is forbidden, for prostitution in Arabia was confined to this class alone.
  14. Respect for privacy in home life is enjoined even for servants and children, including one’s own. They are enjoined not to enter the private rooms of any man or woman without permission; especially in the early morning, at noon and at night.
  15. Elderly women are given the concession that they can set aside their head covers when they are inside their homes but should refrain from display of adornments.
  16. The Muslims are encouraged to develop close relationships by taking their meals together. Nearest relatives and intimate friends are allowed to take their meals in each other’s home without any formal invitation.
  17. Clear differences between believers and hypocrites are stated to enable every Muslim to discriminate between the two. At the same time the community is bound together by adopting disciplinary measures in order to make it stronger and firmer and to discourage enemies from creating mischief in it.

The most conspicuous thing about this Sürah is that it is free from the bitterness which inevitably follows such shameful and absurd attacks as the lies circulated about the wife of the Prophet. Instead of showing any wrath at this provocation, it prescribes laws and regulations. It contains reformative commandments and wise instructions that were needed at that time for the education and training of the newly formed Muslim community.

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