Sura 4 vers 34

Welcome to the Quranic Arabic Corpus, an annotated linguistic resource for the Holy Quran.This page shows seven parallel translations in English for the 34th verse of chapter 4 (sūrat l-nisāa).Click on the Arabic text to below to see word by word details of the verse's morphology An-Nisa, 34 (also known as Quran 4:34) is the 34th verse of chapter #4 of the Quran (titled An-Nisa/The Women). Contents Verse is recorded in the Tafsir of al-Tabari for verse 4:34 as saying that beating without severity is using a siwak (small tooth cleaning twig) or a similar. (4:34) Men are the protec-tors and maintainers of women 56 because Allah has made one of them excel over the other, 57 and because they spend out of their possessions (to support them). Thus righteous women are obedient and guard the rights of men in their absence under Allah's protection. 58 As for women of whom you fear rebellion, admonish them, and remain apart from them in beds, and beat. An-Nisa-34, Surah 4-The Women (An-Nisa) Verse# 34. The Noble Qur'an » Juz'-5 » Page-84 » Surah An-Nisa » 4/An-Nisa-34 . 4/An-Nisa-34: The men are the maintainers (and protectors) of the women because Allah has made some of them to excel the others and because they spend out of their property.

(Rodwell's version of the Koran, Quran, 4:34) Men have authority over women because God has made the one superior to the other, and because they spend their wealth to maintain them. Good women are obedient. They guard their unseen parts because God has guarded them sura 1 sura 2 sura 3 sura 4 sura 5 sura 6 sura 7 sura 8 sura 9 sura 10 sura 11 sura 12 sura 13 sura 14 sura 15 sura 16 sura 17 sura 18 sura 19 sura 20 sura 21 sura 22 sura 23 sura 24 sura 25 sura 26 sura 27 sura 28 sura 29 sura 30 verse 34. verse 35. verse 36. verse 37. verse 38. verse 39. Surah Al-Ma'idah, Verse 1. Surah Al-Ma'idah, Verse 2. Eight Divine Ordinances in a Verse. Surah Al-Ma'idah, Verse 3. Moderation in the Usage of Meat. Explanations. Surah Al-Ma'idah, Verse 4. Occasion of Revelation. A Lawful Hunting. Surah Al-Ma'idah, Verse 5. Consuming Food of the People of the Book and marrying them. Marrying with Non-Muslim Wome Surah 4:34 is a troubling passage which commands Muslim men to beat their rebellious wives. Since the passage speaks for itself, I will simply include four translations of the verse, so that readers may know that the meaning isn't lost in translation. (Note that Ali adds the word lightly to. Sura 4 (Kvinderne) vers 34. Mænd står over kvinder, fordi Gud har givet nogle fortrin frem for andre, og fordi de har givet ud af deres ejendom. De kvinder, der handler ret, er lydige og vogter det skjulte, fordi Gud vogter det. De, fra hvem I frygter genstridighed, skal I formane, lade alene i sengen og slå

This Surah comprises several discourses which were revealed on different occasions during the period ranging probably between the end of A.H. 3 and the end of A.H. 4 or the beginning of A.H. 5. Although it is difficult to determine the exact dates of their revelations, yet it is possible to assign to them a fairly correct period with the help of the Commandments and the events mentioned. A Commentary on The Qur'an 4:34 By Dr. Ahmad Shafaat. Of all the Qur'anic passages about men and women perhaps the one most often misunderstood or misused by both Muslims and non-Muslims is verse 34 of Surah an-Nisa (Pictured above) Qur'an verse 4:34 in Arabic script. According to the majority of Qur'anic translators and the Arabic lexicon, the Arabic phrase Idri-boo-hunna which appears in Qur'an 4:34 (highlighted in blue) means beat them Dars-e-Quran by Allama G.A Parwez Sura 4 Verse 34 ch-11

This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queu (chapter 4, verse 34) Answer: Thank you for asking about Islam. It is our committment to try our best to provide answers to questions to the best of our ability. However, sometimes we come across questions for which we do not have answers. In this case we will refer you to others who may be able to provide you with proper answers [Quran Verse 4:34] EXPLANATIONMen are managers in a household, not in general sense. These are gradual steps in the case of a wife who is not faithful to her husband. These rules were allowed to save a failing marriage, not as a means to control one's wife on a day to day basis Surah 4. Women. 1. O mankind! reverence your Guardian-Lord, who created you from a single person, created, of like nature, His mate, and from them twain scattered (like seeds) countless men and women;- reverence Allah, through whom ye demand your mutual (rights), and (reverence) the wombs (That bore you): for Allah ever watches over you 4. Surah An Nisa (The Women) Period of Revelation. This Surah comprises several discourses which were revealed on different occasions during the period ranging probably between the end of A.H. 3 and the end of A.H. 4 or the beginning of A.H. 5

Verse « Prev Go Next Pickthall Qaribullah Sahih Intl Talal Itani Transliteration Wahihuddin Khan Yusuf Ali An Nisa (The women) - النساء. 4.34 40 Roots 7 Tafsirs 6 Hadiths. Arabi Of all the Qur'anic passages about men and women perhaps the one most often misunderstood or misused by both Muslims and non-Muslims is verse 34 of Surah an-Nisa.The English translation of this verse reads as follows Quran translation Comparison Al-Quran Surah 4. An-Nisaa, Ayah 34 recitations and translations. Alim provides the opportunity to learn Quran, Hadith and Islamic histor Perhaps the most commonly misquoted and misunderstood verse of the Holy Qu'ran is Surah 4:34. Many muslims and non-muslim misinterpretate this verse. In this article we shall study the meaning of this verse by explaining the crucial arabic words in question correct In response to this query (verse 222 of Surah al-Baqarah) was revealed. In the light of the principle embodied in the verse the Prophet (peace be on him) made it clear that it was unlawful to have sexual intercourse with a woman during her menstrual period; but it was only that relationship, and no other, that was unlawful

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Surah An-Nisa', Chapter 4, Introduction. Introduction to the Surah. The Virtue of Studying This Surah. Section 1: Responsibilities of the Guardians of Orphans. Surah An-Nisa',Verse 1. Challenge against Unjust Discrimination. Surah An-Nisa',Verse 2. Occasion of Revelation. Treachery in Orphans' Property Is Forbidden! Surah An-Nisa',Verse 3. The sura aims to eradicate the earlier practices of pagan, Arab communities that are no longer considered moral in the Muslim society. For example, the section of this sura about dealing fairly with orphan girls (4:2-4) addresses the pre-Islamic Arabic practice of marrying orphan girls in order to take their property

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Sure 4:34 ist ein Koranvers in Sure 4, genannt an-Nisā' (Die Frauen), der in der traditionellen islamischen Koranexegese als Beleg für die Überlegenheit des Mannes gegenüber der Frau in der Ehe betrachtet wird. Seit den 1980er Jahren spielt der Vers eine zentrale Rolle in den islamisch-feministischen Bemühungen um eine geschlechtergerechte Koraninterpretation a Difficult Verse, Qur'an 4:34. Many contemporary debates about women's status in Islam hinge on a few key topics: the veil, polygamy, and a few Qur'anic verses that are seen to prescribe female subordination—to men in general and husbands in particular

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