Quran Para 4 Lan Tanalu (لَنْ تَنَالُوا) PDF and Recite

Quran Para 4 Lan Tanalu (لَنْ تَنَالُوا) of the Quran has important lessons for Muslims. No matter if you read the Quran online, listen to it in audio form or download a PDF copy, it will help you understand Islam more deeply. With the help of technology, reading the Quran is now easier than it has ever been. This lets people read the special book whenever they want to and use whatever way they like best for studying it.

Quran Para 4 Lan Tanalu (لَنْ تَنَالُوا) PDF and Recite

Quran Para 4 Lan Tanalu (لَنْ تَنَالُوا) Details

Para NameLan Tana Loo, Wal Mohsanat & La Yuhibbullah
Total Surah in Para 4Surat An-Nisa
Total Ayat131
Total Page22
Download SourceGoogle Drive
AudioAvailable

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Summary of Para 4

Surah Ale-Imran-Continued

  • The fourth part begins by telling, that you’ll only be good when you work hard. Learn from the tales of Israelites. Muslims do not create beliefs and actions that go against God’s teachings or change things. Before saying anyone who can pay should go on a journey, the Quran tells about the Kaaba in Makkah being the first place to worship on Earth.

    We are told not to refuse Allah’s presents. In that group, the believers feel like part of a good team. The people of Madinah are reminded of their rough and tough past. Division based on religion is bad, using examples from Jewish fighting shows how not being united can be harmful. The strong team of Islam wants Muslims to be a big part of inviting all people towards good and saying no to bad things. This is the special job of Muslims. If they don’t pay attention, their name will be damaged.

    Even though the Quran criticises Israelites, it advises us not to judge people by their religion and race. Allah said: “People of the Book follow original teachings, saying words from God all night. They worship God and do good deeds. No matter how they act, there will always be a reward given by their Creator who knows thoughts in people’s minds.” (109-5)
    This is followed by two sections full of pearls of wisdom, such as:
    Believing in God is important for good deeds to be worthwhile.
    Friends should be chosen wisely

The story of the Battle for Uhud (121-177)

The next fifty-six lines share the story of a big fight at Uhud. When the people of Makka lost the Badr battle, they strongly wanted to get back at those who caused their friends’ deaths. So, they got together 3000 men to fight in Madinah. When the Prophet ﷺ found out about this, he had a meeting for war. Almost everyone agreed to leave the city and face the enemy on an open field. The Muslims numbered about 700.

The Messenger carefully placed fifty archers on a nearby hill nearby, to block any sneak attacks by the opponent’s horsemen. They had to stay there no matter what happened. But when the Muslims were winning, they moved away from their job and tried to get some of the rewards. The Makkan horse riders, seeing this chance, changed their path and attacked the Muslims from behind. 

This sudden attack led to the loss of many lives. Amidst all this mayhem. People heard quickly that the Prophet ﷺ was killed, and this made some Muslims run away. But, Omar and some other friends dismissed the lie. Then they got back together to protect Prophet Muhammad ﷺ from harm. When the other Muslims found out that the Prophet was still alive, they all joined together and fought against their enemies. The Quraysh fled to Makkah. The fight finished without a winner and 70 Muslims were killed.

Important lessons learned from the Battle of Uhud

This was a big loss because of careless control and ignoring the Prophet’s instructions. The lesson was “Obey your leader.” The Quran provided a detailed analysis of what went wrong: “When you were winning with His help, suddenly your courage went away. You started to argue about what was told and didn’t do it as ordered, even after He showed you everything that is desired – some of the group wish for worldly things while others want a better future.” (152) A tough criticism, but Allah gives comfort to the Muslims saying “Don’t feel down or sad. If you believe in God then you will be successful” (139).

The next sections highlight the reasons for this defeat and the lessons, which must be learnt:

The archers’ pain is due to not getting the rewards from war. Wars should never be fought to get loot.
When tough times come, always stay strong and never lose hope.
Never disobey the Prophet’s order.
Be brave and beat your fears.
The loss in the fight made it clear who was pretending and who believed.
The 70 martyrs are with their Lord, having fun in heaven.
Always believe in Allah and keep working on the task at hand.

Surat An-Nisa – The women

The fourth part of the Koran continues with Surat An-Nisa. It started being told 18 months after a battle called Uhud, in 3 AH or around 625 CE. A third of the surah talks about family problems. After 70 Muslim men were killed, they left behind orphans and widows. This made families face big problems. We needed clear instructions to handle this bad situation. The surah lays out a series of laws concerning:

The situation of women, getting married and disagreements in marriage, inheritance from family members when they pass away. Punishment like the death penalty for people who commit murder is also discussed here along with rules against praying while drunk. Also important are rights given to kids without parents or guardians.

The book starts by saying how important it is to stay close to family because they link us together. The main thing for this is being fair and looking after those who need it most. The 70 martyrs of Uhud left behind kids without parents and wives with no husbands. So, it was important to give them legal safety. 

Caregivers for these orphaned kids were told to handle their stuff properly and not waste it. Similarly, the law of inheritance was announced: different parts for different family members: the part given to men is twice as big as that given to women.  

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