In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful.
95:1 By the fig and the olive!
95:2 And mount Sinai!
95:3 And this city made secure!—
95:4 Certainly We created man in the best make.
95:5 Then We render him the lowest of the low,
95:6 Except those who believe and do good; so theirs is a reward never to be cut off.
95:7 So who can give the lie to thee after (this) about the Judgment?
95:8 Is not Allah the Best of the Judges?
In this Khutba Brother Talha recites Chapter 95 (Al Tin – The Fig) of the Holy Quran and then gives a detailed analysis of the Chapter.
In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful. 95:1 By the fig and the olive! 95:2 And mount Sinai! 95:3 And this city made secure!— 95:4 Certainly We created man in the best make. 95:5 Then We render him the lowest of the low, 95:6 Except those who believe and do good; so theirs is a reward never to be cut off. 95:7 So who can give [...]
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