Upon them<br />Those who<br />Equal or same<br />Indeed. In the Quran there are 2 forms of this word. One is with the Fatah (on top of Alif) and one is with Kasra (under Alif). If it comes int the beginning it will have a Kasra. But if it comes in the middle it will have a Fatah.<br />They denied. Root words are ف ر ككفر means to hide, like hide the truth. Reject or deny the truth or to disbelieve.<br />
OR<br />Did not<br />You warned them. The root words are ذرن Note: you should recognize the word, the root.<br />أmeans what but because it is being followed by أم , it means whether. Whether you warned them. The root words are ذرن. It means to warn, not frightening someone but informing them. To warn with compassion and kindness.<br />
Upon<br />Has sealed<br />Their hearts. The root and singular isل ب ق. Which means heart. It literally means the one who turns about. Something that turns up and down. What does the heart do? It turns about.<br />Allah<br />
Upon<br />AND<br />The sense or power of hearing. The root is م ع س. Their hearing.<br />
AND<br />upon<br />It is the plural of بصر. Their eyes.<br />A thick covering or veil. The root is ىشغ. What does ىشغ mean? It means to have unconsciousness. What happens when you are unconscious? It’s like a veil on your brain. You are not able to understand or think.<br />
For them<br />Punishment<br />AND<br />Great. The root is مظع it means bones. Comparing the size of the eyes, heart, and kidney the bones are big or great. Therefore… making عظيم.<br />
Jazakallah Khair <br />May Allah forgive me if I have made any mistakes or have given an false information.<br />
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