Welcome to a new interesting episode of Correct Your Recitation series with Sheikh Muhammad Salah and his guests. First Sheikh Salah recites from the first verse to the fifteenth verse of surat Al-Inshiqaq (the eighty fourth chapter of the Qur’an).
Sheikh Salah begins his talk by reflecting on the meanings of these verses. This surah is one of three surahs mentioned by the Prophet (peace be upon him) that describe the Day of Judgment.
The split of the heavens or the sky is one of the major signs of the occurrence of the Day of Judgment. Another sign is that the earth will also be extended or stretched out.
Then he sheds some light on the rewards and success of those who will receive their records with their right hands. After that, he goes on interpreting the hidden and metaphorical meanings of the verses.
In the second part of the episode, Sheikh Salah reviews a new rule of tajweed (recitation). He continues the rules of Al-Meem As-Sakinah (Non-vowel Meem) and it will be about clear (Al-Izhar).
Enjoy listening to the beautiful recitation, reflection on the verses and the rules of tajweed…
Source: Huda TV.