Hazrat Ayyub (Alaihis Salam) | bangla islamic book

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islamic book banglaProphet Ayub (peace be upon him) was the leading and unique example among the prophets who were present. According to Ibnu Katheer, he was the grandson of Isha, the first son of Ishaq, and the first son of Ishaq and Yaqub. And his wife was the son of Ya’qub-Yusuf (A), ‘Lyya’ bint Ephraim bin Yusuf. Someone said, ‘Rahmah’. She was an unparalleled example of the husband in her devotion and patriotism. In Bangladesh he is known as ‘Bibi Rahima’. Popular novels are known in the market for his love affair. However, the origin of the name of the story is ridiculous. In the Qur’an, Surah Anbiya (verse 84) in verse 84 (‘We wish Ayub ….’), The phrase ‘Rahmatan’ or ‘Rahmah’ (رحمة) is derived from ‘Rahima’ in the name of Ayub’s wife as a group of people. Turned it on. Just as the Jews and Christians did the literal changes in their scriptures, it has been done exactly here. That is, Allah says that Ayyub’s wife, Rahima, left her husband. Then we returned him to Ayub ‘. In fact, this is nothing but a bizarre explanation. Basically, the correct information about what was the name of Ayub’s wife is not in the Quran or Hadith. The basis of this theme is the stories of Jewish religious leaders. It is wrong to believe completely on that. Tafsiridists and historians named the people of Ayub as ‘Bachaniah’ area of ​​the ‘Hooran’ area. Which is located between the southern border of Palestine between Damascus and A’ra’at.

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In the Holy Quran, eight verses of Surah 8 have come about Ayub (A). Nisa 163, An’am 84, Ambia 83-84 and Chaudhary 41-44.

Allah said,

وأيوب إذ نادى ربه أني مسني الضر وأنت أرحم الراحمين- فاستجبنا له فكشفنا ما به من من ضر وآتيناه أهله ومثلهم معهم رحمة من عندنا وذكرى للعابدين-

‘And remember Job, when he called on his Lord and said,’ I am in distress and you are the Most Merciful ‘. ‘Then we responded to him and removed his affliction. We restored his family and gave them equally to them. And this is a reminder for the worshipers’ (Ambia 21 / 83-84).