How can Salat be finished - 62:10??

by Waqas ⌂ @, UK, Monday, June 04, 2012, 17:38 (2514 days ago) @ Ilyas Niazi

Dear Ilyas,

I was very disappointed to read your response.

You said: "Why do we have to break the bond in 62:10?"

This is answered in the first link I gave you:

It is about 2 pages long. Hardly a "needle in a haystack" as you claim.

You then asked: "why would the mushrikeen be making group treaties or public pledges when in the previous verse (8:34) it says they stopped people from the sacred house?" and " So WHO are they making bonds / treaties / public pledges with at the HOUSE?"

The answer to this is in Quran itself, see chapters 8 and 9.

To understand this more, I provided the 2nd and 3rd links:

Re: 8:35
Interestingly, when two groups sign a treaty, make a public pledge etc, it is usually followed by group applause, celebratory noise etc in this case possible whistling and clapping. And since it says their bond/salat was nothing but this, this implies the actual pledge/bond aspect was meaningless, which makes it a fit.

And lastly, you said: "How can they make these treaties and bonds with themselves?"

I have no idea where you got this from. Please provide the verse where it says they made treaties with themselves. Treaties are generally made between two or more groups.

Please note, I will not reply any further until you have read the above links, and chapters 8 and 9 of Quran. If AFTER reading this you still have questions, then I will respond accordingly.

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