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Dhaalika - That this is used when something is far away. Because the Qur’an is not in Book form yet (during the life of Allah’s Messenger), Allah is telling us that the Kitab/book is in the heavens with Allah. And only later – you will write it down and compile it in Book format.
Haadha - This. In Arabic rhetoric – to point that something is far away gives that thing an Elevated status...Laa Rayba feehi – there is Absolutely No room for any doubt whatsoever in it. when a Fat-ha is placed after the Laa [i.e. Laa rayba], this shows ‘No doubt whatsoever.’ Later on in the surah, Allah will say; if you are in any Doubt (fee Raybin..) [al Baqarah 2:23] – so we see how Rayba has more emphasis.]
HudaN [taNween] - (mufeed-ul ADhma) - ENORMOUS Guidance. lil muttaqeen – for those who have Taqwa.
Taqwa comes over 36 times in different forms in this surah. It is directly related to our pursuit of guidance.Taqwa is not just fear. It is the attempt to ‘want to protect yourself’/taking precautions. [from; Evil, Allah's anger and His Punishment]
HudaN lin-Naas – enormous guidance for mankind. This is used in other parts of the Qur’an, but Hudan lil muttaqeen – is enormous guidance for those who have seeked it and do not want to disappoint Allah.