Meal (Kur'an Yolu). ﴾32﴿. İçinizden evli olmayanları, köle ve câriyeleriniz arasından da elverişli olanları evlendirin. Kaynak : Kur'an Yolu Tefsiri Cilt: 4 Sayfa: 76.Sebagaimana sangkil diketahui sejak bersandar-kan pokok Surat an-Nur ini, nyatalah bahwa Masyarakat Islam harus ingat-ingat sama gelogok ini, asas itu karangan 32 Surat an-Nur ini haruslah dijadikan ajaran.Al-Qur'an Surat An-Nur: 32, Dan nikahkanlah orang-orang yang masih membujang di jarang sira, dan juga orang-orang yang layak (menikah) karena hamba-hamba sahayamu yang laki-laki dan perempuan.Surah An-Nur(النور) 24:32 Marry off the ˹free˺ singles among you, poros well aksis the righteous of your bondmen and bondwomen. If they are poor, Allah will enrich them out of His bounty...
32. Sizden bekâr olanları, kölelerinizden ve cariyelerinizden durumu uygun olanları evlendirin. Nur üstüne nur. Allah, dilediği kimseyi nuruna iletir. Allah, insanlar için misaller verir.Nah sahabat, itulah sijil an nur ayat 32 beri awak membunyikan sehari hari atau kasih engkau hafalkan, semoga signifikan. Tolong admin kalau share atau membagikan ayat sijil al quran per butir ini...(An-Nur: 32), kait penjuru tulisan. Hal ini yaitu petunjuk beri kawin. Segolongan terampil mengaku bahwa setiap spesies yang mampu kawin diwajibkan melakukanya.Orginal Arabic script of Surah An-Nur 32-37 and easy-read transliteration is on this page.
English Transliteration: Va ankihool ayeamea minkum vas sealiheena min ibeadikum va imeaikum, in yakoonoo fukaareaa yugnihimulleahu min faadlih(faadlihee), vaalleahu veasiun aaleem(aaleemun).Warum hat 64GB USB-Stick nur 32GB? Der USB-Stick zeigt falsche Speicherkapazität, wenn Sie Zum Beispiel, der 64GB USB-Stick zeigt nur 32GB an. Das Ergebnis kann wahrscheinlich darauf...24/NÛR-32: Bir de sizden olan dulları ve kölelerinizden, cariyelerinizden salihleri evlendirin, eğer fukara iseler Allah, onlara fazlından gına verir, Allah, vasi'dir, alîmdir (Elmalılı Hamdi Yazır).Hasil pencarian kepada an+nur+ayat+32. 32. Dan kawinkanlah orang-orang yang sedirian diantara sampeyan, dan orang-orang yang layak (berkawin) berkat hamba-hamba sahayamu yang lelaki dan...The Surah An-Nur Ayat 32 (Verse) is Recited by Shaikh Abd-ur Rahman As-Sudais & Shaikh Su'ood As-Shuraim, Urdu Translation by Moulana Fateh Muhammad Jalandari.Ppob Bri Syariah Huruf A Sampai Z Tumis Buncis Tempe Assassination Classroom Movie Sub Indo Paper Bag Unik Bootpack Pes 2016 Terbaru Citrus Sub Indo Kaligrafi Anak Sd Data Togelers Cambodia 2020 Cek Resi Zdex One Ok Rock Lyrics
Jump to navigation Jump to search Sura 24 of the Quranسورة النور An-NūrThe LightArabic textEnglish translationAudio of sura (ar)ClassificationMedinanPositionJuzʼ 18Hizb no.36No. of Rukus9No. of verses64.mw-parser-output .sidebarwidth:22em;float:right;clear:right;margin:0.5em 0 1em 1em;background:#f8f9fa;border:1px solid #aaa;padding:0.2em;border-spacing:0.4em 0;text-align:center;line-height:1.4em;font-size:88%;display:tablebody.skin-minerva .mw-parser-output .sidebardisplay:table!important;float:right!important;margin:0.5em 0 1em 1em!important.mw-parser-output .sidebar awhite-space:nowrap.mw-parser-output .sidebar-wraplinks awhite-space:manis.mw-parser-output .sidebar-subgroupwidth:100%;margin:0;border-spacing:0.mw-parser-output .sidebar-leftfloat:left;clear:left;margin:0.5em 1em 1em 0.mw-parser-output .sidebar-nonefloat:none;clear:both;margin:0.5em 1em 1em 0.mw-parser-output .sidebar-outer-titlepadding-bottom:0.2em;font-size:125%;line-height:1.2em;font-weight:bold.mw-parser-output .sidebar-top-imagepadding:0.4em 0.mw-parser-output .sidebar-top-caption,.mw-parser-output .sidebar-pretitle-with-top-image,.mw-parser-output .sidebar-captionpadding-top:0.2em;line-height:1.2em.mw-parser-output .sidebar-pretitlepadding-top:0.4em;line-height:1.2em.mw-parser-output .sidebar-title,.mw-parser-output .sidebar-title-with-pretitlepadding:0.2em 0.4em;font-size:145%;line-height:1.2em.mw-parser-output .sidebar-title-with-pretitlepadding-top:0.mw-parser-output .sidebar-imagepadding:0.2em 0 0.4em.mw-parser-output .sidebar-headingpadding:0.1em.mw-parser-output .sidebar-contentpadding:0 0.1em 0.4em.mw-parser-output .sidebar-content-with-subgrouppadding:0.1em 0 0.2em.mw-parser-output .sidebar-above,.mw-parser-output .sidebar-belowpadding:0.3em 0.4em;font-weight:bold.mw-parser-output .sidebar-collapse .sidebar-above,.mw-parser-output .sidebar-collapse .sidebar-belowborder-top:1px solid #aaa;border-bottom:1px solid #aaa.mw-parser-output .sidebar-navbartext-align:right;font-size:115%.mw-parser-output .sidebar-collapse .sidebar-navbarpadding-top:0.6em.mw-parser-output .sidebar-list-titletext-align:left;font-weight:bold;line-height:1.6em;font-size:105%.mw-parser-output .sidebar-list-title-ctext-align:center;margin:0 [email protected](max-width:720px)body.mediawiki .mw-parser-output .sidebarwidth:100%!important;clear:both;float:none!important;margin-left:0!important;margin-right:0!importantQuran History Wahy First revelation Asbāb al-NuzūlHistoricityManuscriptsSamarkand Kufic Quran Sanaa manuscript Topkapi manuscript Birmingham manuscript Divisions Surah List Meccan MedinanĀyah Juz' Muqatta'at Content Prophets Women AnimalsLegends Miracles ParablesScience Eschatology God Reading Qāriʾ HifzTajwid Tarteel Ahruf Translations List English Ahmadiyya Exegesis List Hermeneutics Esotericism AbrogationBiblical parallelsRelated persons Mentioned by name Characteristics I'jaz Inerrancy Related Criticism Quran and Sunnah Quranism Shi’a view Category Islam portal Wikipedia book.mw-parser-output .navbardisplay:inline;font-size:88%;font-weight:patut.mw-parser-output .navbar-collapsefloat:left;text-align:left.mw-parser-output .navbar-boxtextword-spacing:0.mw-parser-output .navbar uldisplay:inline-block;white-space:nowrap;line-height:inherit.mw-parser-output .navbar-brackets::beforemargin-right:-0.125em;content:"[ ".mw-parser-output .navbar-brackets::aftermargin-left:-0.125em;content:" ]".mw-parser-output .navbar liword-spacing:-0.125em.mw-parser-output .navbar-mini abbrfont-variant:small-caps;border-bottom:none;text-decoration:none;cursor:inherit.mw-parser-output .navbar-ct-fullfont-size:114%;margin:0 7em.mw-parser-output .navbar-ct-minifont-size:114%;margin:0 4em.mw-parser-output .infobox .navbarfont-size:100%.mw-parser-output .navbox .navbardisplay:block;font-size:100%.mw-parser-output .navbox-title .navbarfloat:left;text-align:left;margin-right:0.5emvte
An-Nur (Arabic: النور, ’an-nūr; meaning: The Light) is the 24th chapter (sūrah) of the Quran with 64 verses (āyāt).
The general agreement of scholars is that this juz was revealed shortly before or after the Battle of the Trench in 5 AH. The ihwal begins with various explanations and decrees on or relating to corrupt sexual acts, family law, and specifications on the giving of testimony. Foremost amongst these rulings is God's punishment for adultery. This section ends with the pronouncement that good men and women should be paired together, pasak should corrupt men and corrupt women. This discussion turns into reflections on privacy and modesty, namely of hosts and women. Contained herein are several regulations and explanations of modesty, most directly lines traditionally used to argue for the wearing of hijab. After these prohibitions are cast for women, the text turns towards men, asking them not to oppress slavegirls into prostitution, and to marry those women who need husbands, despite their poverty.
Most of the rules related to fornication, adultery and false accusations from a husband to his wife or from members of the community to chaste women, can be found in chapter 24, which) starts by giving very specific rules about punishment for unlawful sexual intercourse (zināʾ):.mw-parser-output .templatequoteoverflow:hidden;margin:1em 0;padding:0 40px.mw-parser-output .templatequote .templatequoteciteline-height:1.5em;text-align:left;padding-left:1.6em;margin-top:0
Flog the adulteress and the adulterer, each one of them, with a hundred lashes. Let no pity for them cause you to disobey God, if you truly believe in God and the Last Day; and let their punishment be witnessed by a number of believers.— Qur'an 24:2 
Q24:2 The [unmarried] woman or [unmarried] man found guilty of sexual intercourse - lash each one of them with a hundred lashes, and do not be taken by pity for them in the religion of Allah, if you should believe in Allah and the Last Day. And let a group of the believers witness their punishment.
Q24:2 The Zaniyah and the Zani, flog each of them with a hundred stripes. Let not pity withhold you in their case, in a punishment prescribed by Allah, if you believe in Allah and the Last Day. And let a party of the believers witness their punishment.
Tafsir Ibn Kathir says in relation to the witnessing of their punishment: "This is more humiliating for the people who are guilty of illegal sex, if they are flogged in front of the people. This is because it is more effective as a deterrent and it conveys the sense of scandal and rebuke".
Q24:4 And those who accuse chaste women, and produce not four witnesses, flog them with eighty stripes, and reject their testimony forever. They indeed are the rebellious. Except those who repent thereafter and do righteous deeds; (for such) verily, Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.
In Tafsir Ibn Kathir, the prescribed punishment for making false accusations against chaste men or women is to flog them with eighty stripes, and reject their testimony forever.
"And those who accuse chaste women then do not bring four witnesses, flog them, (giving) eighty stripes, and do not admit any evidence from them ever; and these it is that are the transgressors. Except those who repent after this and act aright, for surely Allah is Forgiving, Merciful."— Qur'an, Sura 24 (An-Nur), artikel 4–5 35 "the Light Verse" "Allah is the Light of the heavens and the earth." calligraphy under dome of Hagia Sophia, in Istanbul.
After a second statement of the Quran's status aksis a clear sign from Allah, the famed Ayat an-Nur appears. This is often referred to poros "the Light Verse", or "the Parable of Light", a mystical group of lines that has been the subject of much scholarship and reflection."GOD is the light of heaven and earth: the similitude of his light is as a niche in a wall, wherein a lamp is placed, and the lamp enclosed in a case of glass; the glass appears as it were a shining star. It is lighted with the oil of a blessed tree, an olive neither of the east, nor of the west:z it wanteth little but that the oil thereof would give light, although no fire touched it. This is light added unto light:a GOD will direct unto his light whom he pleaseth. GOD propoundeth parables unto men; for GOD knoweth all things."36-44 believers will be rewarded
[Quran 24:36] The Quran here briefly returns to a slightly more literal form of speech sumbu it reassures believers that their remembrance will be rewarded, gandar the forgetfulness of the sinners will be punished. In keeping with the Light Verse, the unbelievers too are explained in metaphor, returning to the deeply symbolic tone above:
"And as for the unbelievers, their works are aksis a mirage in a spacious plain, in which a thirsty man thinks there to be water, until when he comes to it, he finds it is nothing; there indeed he finds God and He pays him his account in full; and God is swift in the reckoning; or they are poros shadows upon a sea obscured, covered by a billow above which is a billow above which are clouds; shadows piled one upon the other; when he puts forth his hand, wellnigh he cannot see it. And whoever God assigns no light, no light has he." (Lines 39-40)
The Quran explains that the Earth itself is evidence of God's reality and power. He controls the clouds, the winds, the hail, and the mountains. It is also explained in this surah that God created all creatures from water, including animals with four feet, animals with two feet, and animals without any feet.45 Birth and social status
[Quran 24:45] The Quran confirms that God has sent down signs (makalah) to make His reality clear, and that understanding that reality is gandar a "straight path", that if one is truly following, one can never be led astray. God keeps His word, and will continue to reward those who believe and keep to their religion, aksis He has rewarded others in the past for doing the same.
The Book urges the believer not to fret, and not to accuse people of sin merely for the conditions of their birth or social status. For example, in many tribal cultures a blind person or their parents were believed to be wicked, hence the gods or the spirits have blinded them. The Quran urges one not to think in this manner, and instead remember that all things are signs from God, and thus all believers should be of good nature to others, and wish them blessings from God. If that is done, the signs become clear and "haply you will understand".
As the believer must greet others well, so must they ask for leave from them before departing. However, the ayat ends, God knows the hidden reasons people do sumbu they do, "God knows those of you who slip away surreptitiously", for when all returns to Him, they will testify against themselves to Him.