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Story of Surah Al-Baqarah

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Transcript of Story of Surah Al-Baqarah

Intro: The Story of Surah Al-Baqarah! By: Elena Malik
8C So..... Here's How it all went down...
AL-BAQARAH (the Cow) has been named from the story of the Cow in this Surah. It has not, however, been used as a title to show the subject of the Surah. It will, therefore, be as wrong to translate the name Al-Baqarah into "The Cow" because this would imply that the Surah dealt with the subject of "The Cow". Many more Surahs of the Quran have been named in the same way because no words exist in Arabic .All languages suffer from the same limitation. Why the name AL-BAQARAH? There was a very rich man with only one daughter , his nephew wanted to marry the daughter but the man refused . So he killed him and carried his body and put it beside a door of an innocent man.
In the morning every one was blaming each other The Story Then, whilst everybody was disputing, Allah (swt) said: "Strike him (the dead man) with a piece of it (the cow)'' meaning, any part of the cow will produce the miracle (if they struck the dead man with it). Then it says: " "They struck him with it, and he came back to life.'' This Ayah demonstrates Allah's ability in bringing the dead back to life. And Then... (And a sign for them is the dead land. We give it life, and We bring forth from it grains, so that they eat thereof. And We have made therein gardens of date palms and grapes, and We have caused springs of water to gush forth therein. So that they may eat of the fruit thereof and their hands made it not. Will they not then give thanks So... So, Allah was talking about bringing things back to life after death and that he can do anything. Also in this Surah there is the story of Ibrahim and the four birds, Allah instructed him to cut the birds into pieces and put them all in different places, then Allah brought them all back to life. THE END!!! In this surah there are many stories, but, since this is a short presentation I have only chosen one. The name 'Al-Baqarah' doesnt actually mean 'the cow' in english it has no meaning that is exact. This happens with lots of other languages.
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