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• What is the difference between graves and graves?

 

 Written by: Professor Dr. Shams Ragheb

 

In the Holy Qur’an, the word “agdat” appears three times, and the word graves appears eight times.

And that when God Almighty mentioned the graves, the resurrection of the dead was linked to them and resurrected them hurriedly after the earth had devoured them, and nothing remained of them except the wonder of guilt, as {from it man is created and resurrected on the Day of Resurrection.} The grave is a scattered box and what it contains came out of it, and the mention of the graves is linked to the state of inactivity and stillness, and what it contains does not seem to be the movement of the dead, as they are still as they are, idly and dormant, they were not resurrected. We can hardly hear their footsteps.

 

• The Holy Qur’an’s use of words is accurate and amazing. The corpse, which is the grave, is singular of ancestors, and the cadaver is close to the word – corpse.

It is the sound of the hoof and slippers. A horse’s hoof and slippers are the sound of a camel’s foot and others, on the ground. And the sound of chewing meat as well, and there is nothing between them but a t’ – a carcass and a carcass – the carcass is the sound of a hoof, or a slipper, or

chewing meat And God – the Mighty and Sublime – did not mention the corpses until the dead were brought out of the graves, and God has quickly revived them. The Almighty said: Their eyes should be humbled. They come out of the graves as if they were scattered locusts, ready to invite the unbelievers say: This is a day of hardship – Surah Al-Qamar verses 7, 8.

 

• – Day out of Sraa graves if they were to set Aovdon-

Al-Ma’arij Makiya 43.

•- He blew into the images, and then they descended from the dead to their Lord – Yassin Makiya 51.

They glide whichever is faster, the descendants which are the fastest. The term “legends” was used only when the dead came out hurriedly, and this is similar to the sound of the slipper, and the sound of the hoof at the enemy, and when running when they come out, like the sound of the hoof when they come out.

The mare when she runs, or the sound of the slippers. The Almighty did not mention the word Al-Ajdath except in this case. And there is another matter… which is that when God Almighty mentioned the graves, the resurrection of the dead was linked to them, and He resurrected them hurriedly after the earth had chewed them up, and nothing was left of them except the tailbone.

 

He did not mention the graves in this at all, rather he uses it in a state of stillness and inactivity throughout the Qur’an. – As the infidels despair of the owners of the graves – Al-Mumtahina Madani, verse 13.

 

• – And you are not in the hearing of those in the graves – Fatir Verse 22

• – And if the graves are scattered – Al-Anfrat Verse 4

As we say, things were scattered, and he did not mention getting out of them.

• – Does he not know if what is in the graves is scattered – Al-Adiyat Verse 9

• The grave is a box containing the dead, then it was scattered, and what was contained in it came out. As for the graves, they are the graves, the state of the dead emerging quickly to be gathered, which indicates the movement involved in this case. The graves have been mentioned – the Almighty, like the case of the splitting of the graves and the exit of the dead and their rapid resurrection, meaning the expulsion, the enemy and the speed, which is a wonderful occasion and an accurate choice of this word. It’s a touch

Fantastic graphic rhetoric.

 

• So, the graves are the graves from which the dead come out hurrying to the resurrection, and you can almost hear the sound of their footsteps, and that every human being who died in the life of this world is raised by God after his death from the wonder of guilt, that is the atom that God grows, and from which he creates the body of the envoy, the Almighty said: God raised you from the earth vegetation, then He will bring you back to it, and He will bring you forth – Noah verse 17

Glory be to God – the Most High – leaves the tailbone from the human bones – and it is what remains from the human bones only, whether he dies all together, or

Drowning, burning, or under demolition, He is the Almighty

Al-Qadir Al-Muqtadir – The one who grows it, and recreates the human being from it.

 

See: The Holy Qur’an.

Lexicon of meanings, see the interpretation of Al-Qurtubi, and Al-Jalalain.

. Glory be to God and praise be to Him, glory be to God the Great, and prayers and peace be upon our master Muhammad and all his family and companions.

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