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Al-Aʻlā (Arabic: الأعلى, lit. 'The Most High, Glory To Your Lord In The Highest') is the eighty-seventh chapter (surah) of the Qur'an, with 19 ayat or verses. Al-A'la describes the Islamic view of existence, the Oneness of Allah, and Divine revelation, additionally mentioning rewards and punishments. Mankind often hides things from each other and f…
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Al-Fajr (Arabic: الفجر, "The Dawn", "Daybreak") is the eighty-ninth chapter of the Quran, with 30 verses .[3] The sura describes destruction of disbelieving peoples: the Ancient Egyptians, the people of Iram of the Pillars, and Mada'in Saleh. It condemns those who love wealth and look with disdain upon the poor and orphans. Righteous people are pro…
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Al-Ghāshiyah (Arabic: الغاشية, "The Overwhelming", "The Pall") is the 88th chapter (surah) of the Qur'an, with 26 ayat or verses. The surah's topics are Paradise, Hell and the miracle of the creation of all things by God. This surah refers to three broad-ranging topics. First, God describes the difference between good and evil paths that an individ…
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Aṭ-Ṭāriq( الطارق, "the Morning Star", "Nightcomer"), is the eighty-sixth sura of the Quran, with 17 ayat or verses. Muslims believe this chapter was sent to Muhammad when he was in Mecca. Summary 1-3 Oath by the star of piercing brightness 4 Every soul has its guardian angel 5-8 God the Creator, and therefore can raise the dead 9-10 The judgment-da…
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Al-Burooj[1] (Arabic: البروج, romanized: al-burūj, "The Great Star") is the eighty-fifth chapter (surah) of the Quran, with 22 ayat or verses.[2] The word "Al-Burooj" in the first verse is usually translated as 'stars', or more specifically, 'great stars'.[3] The word Al-Burooj is the plural of Burj, which means fort or tower; something that can be…
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Al-Inshiqāq (Arabic: الانشقاق, "The Sundering", "Splitting Open") is the eighty-fourth chapter (surah) of the Qur'an, with 25 verses (āyāt). It mentions details of the Day of Judgment when, according to this chapter, everyone will receive reckoning over their deeds in this world.[2] Summary 1-5 Signs of the Judgment Day 6-15 The books of the righte…
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Al-Muṭaffifīn (المطففين, "The Defrauders") is the eighty-third surah of the Qur'an. It has 36 verses Summary The primary theme of this surah is Islamic eschatology or the hereafter, and the rhetoric addresses the following subjects is the discourse. The surah opens with a declaration of war and denunciation of those who use false weights and measur…
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The Cleaving in Sunder [1] ( الانفطار, al-infiṭār, also known as "The Cleaving" and "Bursting Apart") is the 82nd sura of the Quran, with 19 ayat. The chapter is named 'Al-Infitar' because of the occurrence of the word 'unfatarat' in the first verse of this chapter. Infitar means 'split asunder': the word 'Unfatarat' is used in this chapter in orde…
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At-Takwīr (Arabic: التكوير, literally "The Turning Into a Sphere") is the eighty-first chapter (sura) of the Qur'an, with 29 verses (ayat). It tells about signs of the coming of the day of judgement. Some of these signs include the following: (a) When the sun is covered in darkness (solar eclipse), (b) When the stars fall, (c) And when the mountain…
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ʻAbasa (عبس, "He Frowned") is the 80th chapter of the Qur'an, with 42 verses It is a Meccan sura The Surah is so designated after the word `abasa with which it opens.[1] Summary 1-11 Muhammad rebuked for frowning on a poor blind Muslim 12-15 The Quran written in honourable, exalted, and pure volumes 16-23 Man cursed for turning aside from his Creat…
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An-Nāziʻāt (النازعات, "Those Who Pull Out", in reference to "the angels who tear out the souls of the wicked") is the seventy-ninth sura of the Qur'an, with 46 ayat. Its name derived from the word wan-nazi‘at with which it opens. The root (n-z-‘) roughly means "to yank out with great force",[2] although it can also mean "to yearn for" or "to yearn …
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An-Naba' or The News النبأ, an-nabaʼ also known as "The Tidings", "The Announcement" is the seventy-eighth chapter of the Quran, with forty verses Summary The first twenty verses discuss the wonders of the worldly creation (the earth, plants, the peace of night, the mountains and rain); the final twenty verses are about the eternal wonders and horr…
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Al-Mursalāt (المرسلات, "The Emissaries", "Winds Sent Forth") is the 77th chapter of the Quran, with 50 verses The chapter takes its name from the word Al-Mursalāt in the first verse Summary 1-7 Oath by the messengers of God that the judgment-day is inevitable 8-15 Woe on that day to those who accuse Muhammad of imposture 16-19 In former times infid…
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Al-Insan ("Human") (alternative names: al-Dahr, "Endless time", Hal Ata, "Has There Not come") is the 76th chapter of the Quran, with 31 verses Recitation by Muhammad A hadith narrated by Abu Hurayra said that Muhammad used to recite Al-Insan together with As-Sajdah (chapter 32 of the Quran) for the early morning prayer (fajr) every Friday This rep…
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Al-Qiyama or Al-Qiyamah القيامة meaning "The Resurrection",[1] or "The Rising of the Dead", is the seventy-fifth chapter (sūrah) of the Quran, with 40 verses (ayah).[2] 1-4 God is able to raise the dead 5-11 Unbelievers may mock, but they shall be overtaken by the resurrection-day 12-15 Man shall be his own accuser on that day 16-19 Muhammad rebuke…
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The Covered ٱلْمُدَّثِّر, al-muddaththir, meaning "the Cloaked One" or "the Man Wearing a Cloak") is the 74th chapter of the Qur'an, with 56 verses. 1. O you (Muhammad ) enveloped (in garments)! 2. Arise and warn! 3. And your Lord (Allah) magnify! 4. And your garments purify! 5. And keep away from Ar-Rujz (the idols)! 6. And give not a thing in ord…
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Al-Muzzammil (المزمل, “The Enshrouded One”, “Bundled Up”, “Enfolded”) is the seventy-third chapter of the Qur'an, containing 20 verses, which are recognized by Muslims as the word of God (Allah). The last Ruku of this surah contains only one ayāt making it possibly the smallest Ruku according to the number of verses or ayāt Al-Muzzammil takes its n…
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Al-Jinn[1] (Arabic: الجن, “The Jinn”) is the 72nd chapter (sūrah) of the Quran with 28 verses (āyāt). The name as well as the topic of this chapter is jinn. Similar to angels, the jinn are beings invisible to the naked human eye. In the Quran, it is stated in that humans are created from the earth and jinn from smokeless fire. Summary 1-2 Certain o…
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Nūḥ[1] ( نوح, “Noah”) is the seventy-first chapter (surah) of the Quran with 28 verses (ayat). It is about the Islamic prophet Nūḥ and his complaint about his people rejecting all warnings Allah gave them through Nuh. Nūḥ's themes include belief in Allah, signs of Allah (the Earth, Sun, Moon), and punishment for denying Allah's message Summary In N…
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Al-Maʻārij ( المعارج, “The Ascending Stairways”) is the seventieth chapter of the Qur'an, with 44 verses The Surah takes its name from the word dhil Ma'arij[1] in the third ayah. The word appears twice in the Quran.[2][3][4] Abdullah Yusuf Ali, an Indian Islamic scholar, introduces the surah as “... another Islamic eschatology Surah closely connect…
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Al-Ḥāqqah الحاقة is the 69th chapter of the Qur'an with 52 verses. There are several English names under which the surah is known. These include “The Inevitable Hour”, “The Indubitable”, “The Inevitable Truth”, and “The Reality”. These titles are derived from alternate translations of al-Ḥāqqa, the word that appears in the first three ayat of the s…
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The Pen (القلم, al-qalam) is the sixty-eighth chapter of the Qur'an with 52 verses Quran:68 describes God's justice and the judgment day. Three notable themes of this Surah are its response to the opponents' objections, warning and admonition to the disbelievers, and exhortation of patience to the Islamic prophet Muhammad.[1] Chronologically, this …
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Al-Mulk الملك, "Sovereignty, Kingdom") is the 67th chapter of the Quran, comprising 30 verses The surah emphasizes that no individual can impose his will on another; he may only guide and set an example (67:26) 1-3 Praise to the Almighty, the Creator and Ruler of all things 3-5 The perfection of the works of God, seen in the heavens, glorify him 5 …
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At-Taḥrīm (Arabic: التحريم, "Banning, Prohibition") is the 66th Surah or chapter of the Quran and contains 12 verses (ayah).[1] This Surah deals with questions regarding Muhammad's wives.[2][3] The Surah's name is derived from the words lima tuharrimu of the first verse. This is not a title of its subject matter, but the name implies that it is the…
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"Divorce" الطلاق, aṭ-talāq is the 65th chapter of the Qur'an with 12 verses The main subject is about divorce The surah also defines the time period of mourning (iddah) to be three menstruation periods. For pre-menarche girls and for post-menopause women - three months. In case of pregnancy, after the delivery of the child.[4] After addressing the …
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At-Taghābun "Loss, Deprivation" is the 64th surah of the Quran The theme of this surah is an invitation to the Faith, obedience (to God) and the teaching of good morals, contrasting with the previous surah, Al-Munafiqun, which was concerned with hypocrisy and the lack of Iman First four verses are addressed to all human-kind, verses 5-10 to those m…
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The chapter deals with the phenomenon of hypocrisy It criticizes hypocrisy and condemns the hypocrites. It also exhorts the Believers to be sincere in their faith and make charity.[3] According to Muslim theologian, Javed Ahmad Ghamidi, the theme of Qur'an 63 is to inform the Muslims that the Hypocrites are absolute liars. Amin Ahsan Islahi elabora…
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Al-Jumuʿah is the 62nd chapter of the Quran, with 11 verses The chapter is named al-jumu`ah ("Friday") because it is the day of assembly, when the community abandons trade, transactions, and other diversions in favor of assembling to seek the all-encompassing truth and most beneficent and seek the "bounty of God" exclusively (Verse 9) This is an Al…
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Battle Array الصف, aṣ-Ṣaff, aka "The Ranks" is the 61st chapter of the Quran, with 14 verses. This sura is an Al-Musabbihat sura because it begins with the glorification of Allah. 1 All things in the universe praise God 2-4 Muslims exhorted to be faithful and to fight for Islam 5 This exhortation enforced by the example of Moses 6 Jesus foretells a…
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Al-Mumtaḥanah الممتحنة, translated "She That Is To Be Examined", "Examining Her") is the 60th chapter of the Quran, a Medinan sura with 13 verses The first verse warns Muslims not to make alliance with the enemies of God.[1] Verses 4–6 provide Abraham as a model for this, as he distanced himself from the pagans of his own tribe, including his own f…
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Al-Hashr الحشر, "The Exile" is the 59th chapter of the Quran and has 24 verses The chapter is named al-hashr because the word hashr, meaning 'exile' or 'banishment', appears in verse 2, describing the expulsion of Jewish Banu Nadir tribe from their settlements. The surah features 15 attributes of God in the last three verses 1 Everything in the uni…
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Al-Mujādilah ( المجادلة, She who disputed [1] or "She Who Disputes, The Pleading Woman") is the 58th chapter of the Qur'an with 22 verses Revealed in Medina, the chapter first addresses the legality of pre-Islamic method of divorce called zihar. The name "she who disputes" refers to the woman who petitioned Muhammad about the unjustness of this met…
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Al-Ḥadīd (English: Iron, Arabic الحديد) is the 57th chapter of the Quran with 29 verses The chapter takes its name from that word which appears in the 25th verse This is an Al-Musabbihat surah because it begins with the glorification of Allah. Short summary 1-6 God ( Allah ) is omniscient and most powerful. 7-11 Muslims exhorted to give alms and he…
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Al-Waqi'a الواقعة; "The Inevitable" or "The Event") is the 56 chapter of the Quran. Muslims believe it was revealed in Mecca (see Meccan surah), specifically around 7 years before the (622), the migration of Muhammad to Medina The total number of verses in this surah is 96. It mainly discusses the afterlife according to Islam, and the different fat…
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Ar-Rahman الرحمان meaning: The Merciful is the 55th Chapter of the Qur'an, with 78 verses The title of the surah, Ar-Rahman, appears in verse 1 and means "The Most Beneficent". The divine appellation "ar-Rahman" also appears in the opening formula which precedes every surah except Sura 9 ("In the Name of God, the Lord of Mercy, the Giver of Mercy")…
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54th chapter of the Quran, with 55 verses The Surah was revealed in Mecca. The opening verses refer to the splitting of the moon. "Qamar" (قمر), meaning "Moon" in Arabic, is also a common name among Muslims Summary 1-2 The moon shall be split as a sign of the Judgement Day 3-5 Muhammad commanded to withdraw from the infidels 6 This verse talked abo…
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An-Najm meaning: The Star is the 53rd chapter of the Quran, with 62 verses The surah opens with the oath of the Divine One swearing by every one of the stars, as they descend and disappear beneath the horizon, that Muhammad is indeed God's awaited Messenger. It takes its name from chapter #1, which mentions "the stars" (najm). The surah confirms th…
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At-Tur is the 52nd Surah of the Quran that has 49 verses and is in the 27th Juz. It is Makki and the 76th chapter revealed to the Holy Prophet (PBUH). In the first verse, God swears by At-Tur (Mount Sinai), and hence the name of the Surah. Mount Sinai is a holy place that is in Palestine. Prophet Moses (AS) talked to God and received the revelation…
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Al-Dhariyat (الذاريات, adh-dhāriyāt; meaning: The Winnowing Winds or The Scatterers) is the 51st chapter of the Qur'an with 60 verses It mentions Abraham, Noah, and the day of judgment, and reiterates the essential Quranic message. Summary 1-6 Numerous oaths that the judgment will come 7-11 Oaths and curses relating to unbelievers 12-16 Doom of inf…
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Qaf (ق, the letter qāf), is the 50th chapter of the Qur'an with 45 verses The name is taken from the single discrete Quranic "mysterious letter" qāf that opens the chapter. It is the beginning of the Hizb al-Mufassal, the seventh and the last portion (manzil). Concepts which "Qaf" deals with the Resurrection and the Day of Judgement 1 Q.[1] The let…
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Al-Hujurat ( الحُجُرات, meaning: The Chambers) is the 49th chapter of the Quran with 18 verses. The chapter contains etiquette and norms to be observed in the Muslim community, including the proper conduct towards the Islamic prophet, Muhammad, an injunction against acting on news without verification, a call for peace and reconciliation, as well a…
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Al-Fath meaning: "Victory" , "Triumph" is the 48th chapter of the Qur'an with 29 verses The surah was revealed in Madinah in the sixth year of the Hijrah, on the occasion of the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah between the Muslim city-state of Madinah and Makkan polytheists. It mentions this victory, then criticizes the attitudes of the hypocrites, continues …
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"Chapter of Muhammad" is the 47th chapter of the Quran with 38 verses The title is derived from the direct mentioning of the Islamic prophet Muhammad in 47:2.[2] It also has the name of Al-Qitāl (القتال), which translates to fighting due to the context of the sura.[3] This sura pertains to a specific conflict that arose from people prohibiting the …
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Al-Ahqaf (Arabic: الأحقاف, al-aḥqāf; meaning: "the sand dunes" or "the winding sand tracts") is the 46th chapter of the Qur'an with 35 verses. This is the seventh and last chapter starting with the Muqattaʿat letters Hāʼ Mīm. Regarding the timing and contextual background of the believed revelation (asbāb al-nuzūl) The chapter covers various topics…
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The chapter starts with the Muqattaʿat Hāʼ Mīm, the sixth of seven Quranic chapters to do so. The following verses (2–15) discuss the "signs of God", such as the order in nature as well as its ability to serve humanity[6][7] The verses exhort mankind to reflect upon those signs and warn them of the punishment for those who turn away from God despit…
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Ad-Dukhān; الدخان, (meaning: Smoke) is the 44th chapter of the Quran with 59 verses Verse 37 mentions the people of Tubba, interpreters explain that this refers to the people of Sheba Regarding the timing and contextual background of the believed revelation it is an earlier "Meccan surah", which means it is believed to have been revealed in Mecca, …
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Az-Zukhruf ("Ornaments of Gold, Luxury") is the 43rd chapter It contains 89 verses Named after the golden ornaments recognized in verse 35 and again in verse 53, this surah dates back to the Second Meccan Period before the Prophet Muhammad’s migration to Medina. Ornaments of Gold is a Surah that acts as a reminder to believers that the goodness of …
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Ash-Shūrā (الشورى, al shūrā, "Council, Consultation") is the 42nd chapter of the Qur'an (Q42) with 53 verses Its title derives from the question of "shūrā" (consultation) referred to in Verse 38. The term appears only once in the Quranic text (at Q42:38). It has no pre-Quranic antecedent. Regarding the timing and contextual background of the believ…
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Fuṣṣilat (Arabic: فصلت, fuṣṣilat "are distinctly explained" or "explained in detail"), also known as Sūrat Ḥā Mīm as-Sajdah (Arabic: سورة ﺣﻢ ﺍﻟﺴﺠﺪﺓ),is the 41st chapter of the Qur'an with 54 verses Summary 1-3 The Quran declared to be given by inspiration 3-4 The people generally reject it 5 Muhammad only a man, yet a prophet 6-7 The woe of the wic…
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"The All-Forgiving", referring to God, also known as Al-Muʼmin (Arabic: المؤمن, ’al-mu’min; meaning: The Believer) is the 40th chapter of the Qur'an, with 85 verses. It takes its name from verse 28 which mentions a distinguished believer from among the clan of the Pharaoh who supported Moses, referring to him as a "believing man," hence al-Mu'min; …
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