Interpretation of Al zahri
Vision of worship
Of the opinion that he worshiped God from some form of worship is at the Salk by Rashad is good for the world and the Hereafter.
It felt: that what may not be worshiped in Islam Vtobeirh against that.
It felt: a decrease in his worship is falling short in the interests of itself.
It felt: that worship in a place of worship may not be where it shows the hypocrisy.
It felt: that retreat, it would be avoiding worldly matters.
It felt: it swims God it reveals release worry and distress and bad him for the verse, “Were it not that he repented and” verse.
In all, the vision of worship shall devolve on five aspects: closer to God and routes benign and advise kings and Bishara and the survival and nail enemies.
It felt: that God will ask forgiveness for him wealth and a son of the verse, “I said, Ask forgiveness from your Lord,” verse.
It felt: that he had finished his prayer, and forgiveness of God and his face towards the Qibla, it answered his prayer, though his face is to kiss it commits a sin and then repent of it.
It felt: it is silent on forgiveness is evidence of hypocrisy on him “and said to them: Come, if you ask forgiveness for the Messenger of Allah aside their heads.”
The woman is said to have felt Astghafri for the sins they accuse of immorality.
It felt: that say Hallelujah, it rejoices in terms of the concerns do not count.
It felt: as if he forgets to praise afflicted g and the imprisonment of the above long story of Joseph peace be upon him, and perhaps this indicates that the neglect of obedience to the verse, “God Vensém forgotten.”
It felt: that praise God, it receives light and guidance in his religion.
It felt: thank God that it receives and to increase the power of grace, though Welcome to the mandate received the town full of good to the verse, “and render thanks to Him the Lord of forgiving.” It was the vision of praise and thanksgiving blessing and increase the elevation, and possibly a son of Rizk says, “Praise be to Allah Who hath given me in old age Ismail.”