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Segment of Surah al-Sajda | ما تيسر من سورة السجدة Segment of Surah al-Sajda | ما تيسر من سورة السجدة Segment of Surah al-Sajda | ما تيسر من سورة السجدة Segment of Surah al-Sajda | ما تيسر من سورة السجدة Segment of Surah al-Sajda | ما تيسر من سورة السجدة Segment of Surah al-Sajda | ما تيسر من سورة السجدة Segment of Surah al-Sajda | ما تيسر من سورة …
 
Segment of Surah al-Ahzab | ما تيسر من سورة الأحزاب Segment of Surah al-Ahzab | ما تيسر من سورة الأحزاب Segment of Surah al-Ahzab | ما تيسر من سورة الأحزاب Segment of Surah al-Ahzab | ما تيسر من سورة الأحزاب Segment of Surah al-Ahzab | ما تيسر من سورة الأحزاب Segment of Surah al-Ahzab | ما تيسر من سورة الأحزاب Segment of Surah al-Ahzab | ما تيسر من…
 
Segment of Surah al-Ana'am | ما تيسر من سورة الأنعام Segment of Surah al-Ana'am | ما تيسر من سورة الأنعام Segment of Surah al-Ana'am | ما تيسر من سورة الأنعام Segment of Surah al-Ana'am | ما تيسر من سورة الأنعام Segment of Surah al-Ana'am | ما تيسر من سورة الأنعام Segment of Surah al-Ana'am | ما تيسر من سورة الأنعام Segment of Surah al-Ana'am | ما …
 
Segment of Surah al-Nessa' | ما تيسر من سورة النساء Segment of Surah al-Nessa' | ما تيسر من سورة النساء Segment of Surah al-Nessa' | ما تيسر من سورة النساء Segment of Surah al-Nessa' | ما تيسر من سورة النساء Segment of Surah al-Nessa' | ما تيسر من سورة النساء Segment of Surah al-Nessa' | ما تيسر من سورة النساء Segment of Surah al-Nessa' | ما تيسر م…
 
Juz Amma (Juz 30) Full | جزء عم كاملا Juz Amma (Juz 30) Full | جزء عم كاملا Juz Amma (Juz 30) Full | جزء عم كاملا Juz Amma (Juz 30) Full | جزء عم كاملا Juz Amma (Juz 30) Full | جزء عم كاملا Juz Amma (Juz 30) Full | جزء عم كاملا Juz Amma (Juz 30) Full | جزء عم كاملابقلم هاشم نبيل, Hashem Nabil
 
Juz Tabarak (Juz 29) Full | جزء تبارك (جزء 29) كاملا Juz Tabarak (Juz 29) Full | جزء تبارك (جزء 29) كاملا Juz Tabarak (Juz 29) Full | جزء تبارك (جزء 29) كاملا Juz Tabarak (Juz 29) Full | جزء تبارك (جزء 29) كاملا Juz Tabarak (Juz 29) Full | جزء تبارك (جزء 29) كاملا Juz Tabarak (Juz 29) Full | جزء تبارك (جزء 29) كاملا Juz Tabarak (Juz 29) Full | جزء …
 
Juz Qad Same'a (Juz 28) Full | جزء قد سمع (جزء 28) كاملا Juz Qad Same'a (Juz 28) Full | جزء قد سمع (جزء 28) كاملا Juz Qad Same'a (Juz 28) Full | جزء قد سمع (جزء 28) كاملا Juz Qad Same'a (Juz 28) Full | جزء قد سمع (جزء 28) كاملا Juz Qad Same'a (Juz 28) Full | جزء قد سمع (جزء 28) كاملا Juz Qad Same'a (Juz 28) Full | جزء قد سمع (جزء 28) كاملا Juz Qad …
 
Juz Five (Juz 5) Full | الجزء الخامس (جزء 5) كاملا Juz Five (Juz 5) Full | الجزء الخامس (جزء 5) كاملا Juz Five (Juz 5) Full | الجزء الخامس (جزء 5) كاملا Juz Five (Juz 5) Full | الجزء الخامس (جزء 5) كاملا Juz Five (Juz 5) Full | الجزء الخامس (جزء 5) كاملا Juz Five (Juz 5) Full | الجزء الخامس (جزء 5) كاملا Juz Five (Juz 5) Full | الجزء الخامس (جزء 5)…
 
Juz Four (Juz 4) Full | الجزء الرابع (جزء 4) كاملا Juz Four (Juz 4) Full | الجزء الرابع (جزء 4) كاملا Juz Four (Juz 4) Full | الجزء الرابع (جزء 4) كاملا Juz Four (Juz 4) Full | الجزء الرابع (جزء 4) كاملا Juz Four (Juz 4) Full | الجزء الرابع (جزء 4) كاملا Juz Four (Juz 4) Full | الجزء الرابع (جزء 4) كاملا Juz Four (Juz 4) Full | الجزء الرابع (جزء 4)…
 
Juz Three (Juz 3) Full | الجزء الثالث (جزء 3) كاملا Juz Three (Juz 3) Full | الجزء الثالث (جزء 3) كاملا Juz Three (Juz 3) Full | الجزء الثالث (جزء 3) كاملا Juz Three (Juz 3) Full | الجزء الثالث (جزء 3) كاملا Juz Three (Juz 3) Full | الجزء الثالث (جزء 3) كاملا Juz Three (Juz 3) Full | الجزء الثالث (جزء 3) كاملا Juz Three (Juz 3) Full | الجزء الثالث …
 
Juz Two (Juz 2) Full | الجزء الثاني (جزء 2) كاملا Juz Two (Juz 2) Full | الجزء الثاني (جزء 2) كاملا Juz Two (Juz 2) Full | الجزء الثاني (جزء 2) كاملا Juz Two (Juz 2) Full | الجزء الثاني (جزء 2) كاملا Juz Two (Juz 2) Full | الجزء الثاني (جزء 2) كاملا Juz Two (Juz 2) Full | الجزء الثاني (جزء 2) كاملا Juz Two (Juz 2) Full | الجزء الثاني (جزء 2) كاملا…
 
Juz one (Juz 1) Full | الجزء الأول (جزء 1) كاملا Juz one (Juz 1) Full | الجزء الأول (جزء 1) كاملا Juz one (Juz 1) Full | الجزء الأول (جزء 1) كاملا Juz one (Juz 1) Full | الجزء الأول (جزء 1) كاملا Juz one (Juz 1) Full | الجزء الأول (جزء 1) كاملا Juz one (Juz 1) Full | الجزء الأول (جزء 1) كاملا Juz one (Juz 1) Full | الجزء الأول (جزء 1) كاملا…
 
Ayat al-Kursi | ايه الكرسي Ayat al-Kursi | ايه الكرسي Ayat al-Kursi | ايه الكرسي Ayat al-Kursi | ايه الكرسي Ayat al-Kursi | ايه الكرسي Ayat al-Kursi | ايه الكرسي Ayat al-Kursi | ايه الكرسيبقلم هاشم نبيل, Hashem Nabil
 
ما هي أسماء الحواميم السبعة ؟ الحواميم السبعة جاءت متتالية في القرآن الكريم و هي: سورة غافر، و رقمها ( 40 ). سورة فصّلت، و رقمها ( 41 ). سورة الشورى، و رقمها ( 42 ). سورة الزخرف، و رقمها ( 43 ). سورة الدخان، و رقمها ( 44 ). سورة الجاثية، و رقمها ( 45 ). سورة الأحقاف، و رقمها ( 46 ).بقلم هاشم نبيل, Hashem Nabil
 
سور يستحب قراءتها يوم الجمعة سورة الكهف وهي سورة مكية ويستحب قراءتها لما فيها من إرشاد المسلم نحو العاصمة والبعد عن الفتن سورة السجدة وهي مكية ولها فضل خاص فى بيان قدرة الخالق على خلق الإنسان والسموات والأر سورة (ق) مكية تساعد المسلم على معرفة حقيقة البعث ويسن للإمام قراءتها في خطبة الصلاة سورة الجمعة من السور المدنية وفيها ذكر صلاة يوم الجمعة وما …
 
This is the final chapter of Quran and it is the second in a pair of chapters that were revealed at the same time. These six short verses and the previous chapter are generally thought to have been revealed in Mecca, although there is some scholarly dispute about this. Their subject matter and themes are similar, and they are known together as the …
 
Chapter 113 is the penultimate chapter in Quran and is the first in a pair of chapters that were revealed at the same time. Their subject matter and themes are similar and they are known together as the ‘chapters of refuge’. When Prophet Muhammad, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him, was spreading the message of Islam, the opposition aga…
 
1. Say: “He is Allah, the Unique.” 2. “Allah, the Self-Sufficient.” 3. “He does not give birth, nor was He born.” 4. “And there is none equal to Him.” (1) Say: “He is Allah, the Unique.” This verse represents Allah’s own affirmation of His unique Monotheism, His inimitable Oneness. Thus, the first verse is a command to the Prophet, may the mercy an…
 
Abu Lahab was the uncle of Prophet Muhammad, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him. Lahab means flames and hence he was nicknamed so because of the radiant look on his face. Together with his wife, Abu Lahab was one of the most hostile opponents of God’s Messenger and the ideas he propagated. Rabi`ah, son of `Abbad, recalls, "When I was yo…
 
This chapter is believed to be one of the last revealed and thus the majority of Islamic scholars believe it to have been revealed in Medina. Its title, The Help, is taken from the word ‘help’ (nasr) that occurs in the first of three verses. When we read the chapters of the Quran chronologically we find that this chapter is directly connected to bo…
 
Although the Arabs before Islam did not deny God altogether, they did not know Him by His identity as the One and the Eternal. They neither showed any true understanding of God, nor worshipped Him properly. On the contrary, they ascribed to Him, as partners, idols that were supposed to represent their great and pious ancestors or, in some cases, th…
 
This chapter exclusively concerns Prophet Muhammad, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him, seeking to cheer him up and assure him of happier prospects in his struggle. It represents a glimpse of his life and the course of his mission in the early period at Mecca. In it God threatens his enemies with destruction while directing the Prophet …
 
The majority of the scholars of Islam agree that this chapter was revealed in the city of Mecca. Revelation in the early years of Islam before the migration was mainly concerned with establishing faith and the basic beliefs of Islam; The Oneness of God, His signs and evidences, the prophethood of Muhammad and the final Judgement. This chapter is co…
 
The title of this four-verse chapter is Quraish which refers to the tribe of Quraish mentioned in the first verse. The Quraish was the ruling tribe in Mecca at the time of the birth of Prophet Muhammad, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him. They were a tribe of merchants and were the custodians of the Kaba. The Quraish was made up of ten …
 
Chapter 105 entitled The Elephant consists of five short verses. It was revealed in Mecca and scholars deduce from its historical background that it was revealed in the very earliest days of revelation. When Islam was first presented to the people of Mecca they were all non-believers. Although it was revealed for all people in all times, the Meccan…
 
The Backbiter, named for the word humazah in the first verse, is one of the short chapters towards the end of the Quran. Many of these chapters deal extensively with the concept of Hell. However, although there are ten more chapters to follow, this is the last one that mentions or describes the fires of Hell. Here Hell is described in such a way th…
 
Verses 1-2 The condition of the disbelievers At every moment we are advancing towards our death. This means that if a person does not utilize his time available to him for things that really matter, he will finally face total destruction. In order to be successful, a person has to exert himself, while for failure he has to do nothing – it is rushin…
 
This is one of the short chapters found at the end of the Quran. It is generally accepted that these chapters, which were revealed in Mecca, contain stern, sometimes violent, warnings with an emphasis on belief in God and the Day of Judgement, and descriptions of Paradise and Hell. They were revealed during the first years of the mission of Prophet…
 
The Striking Hour is a short Meccan chapter of eleven verses. As is the case with most Meccan chapters, this chapter also focuses on the fundamental beliefs of Islam. In this chapter we are presented with scenes from the Day of Judgment and confronted by the possibility of a shocking outcome in the Hereafter. It deals with what takes place on that …
 
Chapter 100 is named from the words of the first verse describing charging war horses, or those that run. It is an eleven-verse chapter amongst the short Meccan chapters at the end of the Quran. These chapters were predominantly revealed at the beginning of the prophethood of Muhammad, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him, and served to t…
 
There is some scholarly dispute about whether this chapter was revealed in Mecca or Medina. In general, chapters revealed in Medina emphasized establishing an Islamic society. The earlier Meccan chapters presented the fundamentals of Islam in a concise and effective way, this included the final Judgment. This is one of a series of chapters that dea…
 
The Clear Evidence is one of the short chapters found towards the end of the Quran. It contains only eight verses yet covers a number of themes including the coming of Prophet Muhammad, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him, why it was necessary to send him with a new revelation, and the importance of respecting and acting upon knowledge. …
 
The chapter is famous for its declaration regarding the Night of Power (Laylat al-Qadr), during which the Quran was first revealed. This is universally believed to have occurred during the month of Ramadan, as stated in Quran 2:185. Muslims maintain that the Night of Power comes every year. Many reports say that the Night of Power occurs during the…
 
"Al-ʿAlaq" is an early Meccan chapter. The first five verses are considered by most to be the first verses of the Quran to be revealed; the remaining verses were revealed later in the Meccan period when opposition to the revelation arose among the leaders of the Quraysh. This initial revelation is said to have taken place during the last third of t…
 
The Fig is a concise chapter of eight verses. Its name comes from the first words of the first verse. The majority of scholars agree that this chapter was revealed in Mecca and Mecca is mentioned in the chapter giving credence to this assumption. Meccan chapters, especially the short chapters at the end of the Quran, usually focus on the basics of …
 
This is a short, eight-verse chapter revealed in Mecca; its title, The Opening Up or The Expansion is taken from the first verse. It was revealed shortly after the previous chapter, The Forenoon and is a continuation of the reassurance and encouragement given there to Prophet Muhammad, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him. It gives us a g…
 
This is a short chapter of eleven verses found towards the end of the Quran. It was revealed in Mecca in the very early period of revelation and addressed to Prophet Muhammad, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him. God reassures him that he had not been forgotten even though there had been no revelation for some time. The temporary lull in…
 
Verses 1 – 3 Three oaths By the night when it descends and covers everything with darkness, and by the appearance of the bright and radiant day, and by He who created both the male and the female. God begins this chapter with a series of three oaths. God swears by both the day and the night and describes them eloquently. The night falls and conceal…
 
The Sun (Ash-Shams) is the ninety-first chapter in the one hundred and fourteen chapters of Quran. Thus it is amongst the short chapters at the end of the Quran. Here almost all the verses and chapters were revealed in Mecca, at the beginning of the prophethood of Muhammad, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him. In this early era the revel…
 
The subject matter of this 20-verse chapter indicates that it was revealed in Mecca. At the time of its revelation, the disbelievers had convinced themselves it was acceptable to oppress and harass Prophet Muhammad, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him, and his followers, especially the weaker members of society. Chapter 90 is named for t…
 
Chapter 89 of the Quran is named Al-Fajr, The Dawn. As with many chapters it takes its name from the first verse of the chapter. It was revealed in Mecca at a time when the Muslims were being persecuted. Al-Fajr has 30 verses. It begins with God swearing an oath that the tyrants of Mecca will be dealt with like those of the past. It then goes on to…
 
This is a short chapter revealed in Mecca and found towards the end of the Quran. It has twenty six verses; the first 7 serve as a warning to the disbelievers. The dire warning is then contrasted by a description of the pleasures and delights the believers will attain in Paradise. Next God asks us to consider the creation. That is followed by Proph…
 
Prophet Muhammad, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him, used to love this chapter of the Quran. We know this from a chain of narration dating back to his friend, cousin and son-in-law, Ali ibn Abi Talib.[1] Al A’la and the previous chapter At-Tariq were often recited together by Prophet Muhammad in the prayer on Fridays or the Islamic fea…
 
This is one of the short chapters found at the end of the Quran. Some of these chapters contain stern warnings to the reader. Think. Reflect. Ponder. Consider. It was revealed in Mecca at a time when the disbelievers were doing everything in their power to defeat and disrupt the message brought by Prophet Muhammad, may the mercy and blessings of Go…
 
The eighty-fifth chapter of the Quran is The Great Constellations. The title is taken from the first verse and refers to God’s power over the entire universe. It is God’s total power that is the recurring theme of this short chapter of 22 verses. The Great Constellations was revealed in Mecca and following the pattern of most Meccan chapters it foc…
 
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