before After before After before After
Qable – ba'ad
before – after
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Qabeel or Qablee?
Qablee = before ^^
Thank you for this video. What is the difference between qable and min qable, ba'ad and min ba'ad, syukran.
Thanks for the lesson
@2syrianhearts sure 🙂 قبل = before , بعد = after you can enable the Arabic subtitles 🙂 if you dunnu how to enable them here is a blog showing u how w w w . blog .arabiansinbad. c o m / youtube-subtitles / 🙂 remove the space 😉
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jazakallah for ur answer
nice stuff, thank you! Especially easy for kids
wonderful video 🙂 more plz
Hun…i can TEACH you arabic..
So cute jazakallahu khairan for shared 😀
Thanks for sharing this with me, i appreciate ! Your channel is great, especially for kids !
Qable is before and Ba'ad is after
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Saabi'oona (ar-raf, nominative) in 5:69, and Saabi'eena (an-nasb, accusative) in 2:62 and 22:17. All these three verses are nominal sentences and therefore all three are beginning with Inna, Inna changes the grammatical case of the subject of a nominal sentence from ar-raf (nominative-subject) to an-nasb (accusative-object). They observed that rule in 2:62 and 22:17, but not in 5:69. Is there a muslim that can explain why they didn't observe that rule in 5:69?
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