Understand Qur’an – the Easy Way For Primary School Children (Book-1)

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  In the name of Allah, Most Beneficent, Most Merciful. Understand Qur’an – the Easy Way For Primary School Children (Book-1). Lesson-4: Surah Al-Ikhlaas. Al-Ikhlaas: Purity (of faith).
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In the name of Allah, Most Beneficent, Most MercifulUnderstand Qur’an – the Easy WayFor Primary School Children (Book-1)Lesson-4: Surah Al-IkhlaasAl-Ikhlaas: Purity (of faith)
  • If we understand this Surah then we will know who Allah is. Our faith will in Allah will be pure and correct. No wrong ideas or beliefs.
  • Prophet Muhammad pbuh said that this Surah equals to one third of the whole Qur’an. Because, it teaches us about Allah’s attributes or qualities.
  • Example
  • Some people ask help from statues, pictures, idols, etc. Let me ask you a question. If those idols fall and break, can they repair themselves??? Nooooo. They cannot even lift themselves up. Then how are they going to help us?
  • Therefore we should worship Allah alone and ask for His help alone. He Created all of us and the whole world, He cares for us, loves us, and we all will return to Him.
  • Let us start with the 1st VerseQul: Say
  • “Qul” - Qul means “Say”. Here, Allah is telling the Prophet pbuh, and to all of us to first understand this Surah and then tell it to others in the most beautiful and kind way.
  • Ahad: One and Only One
  • There is no partner to Him. He does not need any help at all. He Alone created us, and He alone should be worshipped and obeyed.
  • If we do not believe in Him or obey Him, then we will be ungrateful to Allah, and Allah will be very angry with us.
  • Example: How many mothers do you have?
  • If someone asks you how many mothers we have, how will we feel? Very angry.
  • If we get angry about such a question, then imagine how angry Allah will get if we say there is more than one God!
  • Practice 1st Verse 3 times; Go to the next…Practice 2nd Verse 3 times; As-Samad: Self-Sufficient
  • All of us need His help. We ask Him for our health, food, money, toys, clothes, Paradise etc.
  • He needs no food, no sleep or no rest. He watches over us all the time, even when we are sleeping. He does not need any help from any one.
  • He is sufficient for Himself, i.e., Self-sufficient.`
  • Practice 2nd Verse 3 times; Go to 3rd …He has no son or daughter
  • Allah is the All-Mighty and therefore He does not need any partner, or any children.
  • Allah did not give birth to anyone or anything.
  • Allah does not grow old and therefore does not need the help of children like old people need help.
  • He has No father, No mother
  • No one created Allah or gave birth to Him.
  • He has the power to create everything just by a single command: Be! And it is created.
  • There was never a time when Allah was not there or when He was born.
  • Allah was always there, is always there, and will always be there.
  • Practice 3rd Verse 3 times;
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