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Abdul Nasir Jangda is the founder and director of Qalam Institute. He is a hafiz and specialist in Sīrah & Hanafi Fiqh with a Bachelor's from Jamia Binoria, a Master’s in Arabic from Karachi University, and a Master’s in Islamic Studies from the University of Sindh.

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  1. Pingback: Tafseer Taha : Ayat 36-39 | In the Pursuit of Writing

  2. Muslim Comments (@muslimcomments)

    July 19, 2013 at 7:08 PM

    There is strong scholarly opinion, based upon evidence, that Mary was a prophet:
    http://www.onislam.net/english/ask-about-islam/faith-and-worship/islamic-creed/167626-was-mary-a-prophetess.html

  3. Momal

    July 19, 2013 at 8:06 PM

    Jazaka Allahu khayra for sharing the tafsir! I have a question regarding the use of the words “bahr” vs “yam” in regards to the body of water Musa as and Bani Isra’el crossed and Firawn and his army were drowned in. It was mentioned that “bahr” was used for a positive connotation while “yam” is used for a less positive or perhaps negative connotation.
    Is there something about the inherent meanings of these words that makes them more appropriate in the respective contexts?

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