An-Nun As-Sakinah and At-Tanwin: Iqlaab (Change) (Part 57)
Here’s a new episode of Sheikh Muhammad Salah’s series ‘Correct Your Recitation’. The episode deals with Surat At-Takwir (the eighty first chapter of the Qur’an). It begins with Sheikh Muhammad reciting the surah before going through its verses, reflecting word by word on its meanings and significance.
The chapter, a Makkan, concentrates on the concepts of faith and Tawheed (Oneness of God) giving an amazingly propound image of what happens on the Day of Judgment:
When the sun is overthrown, And when the stars fall, And when the hills are moved, And when the camels big with young are abandoned, And when the wild beasts are herded together, And when the seas rise, And when souls are reunited… (At-Takwir 81:1-7)
In the second part of the episode Sheikh Salah tackles another rule of tajweed (recitation); An-Nun As-Sakinah and At-Tanwin, what’s named as Iqlaab (change).
Watch the episode …