Al-Fatir (فاطر) / Al-Mala’ikah (ﺍﻟملائكة)


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Fatir (Arabic: فاطر, fāṭir; meaning: Originator), also known as Al-Mala’ikah (ﺍﻟملائكة, ’al-malā’ikah; meaning: "The Angels"),[2] is the 35th chapter of the Qur'an with 45 verses

Meccan surah


  • 1-2 God praised as the Sovereign Creator
  • 3 The Quraish exhorted to worship the true God
  • 4 Muhammad told that it is no strange thing for a prophet to be called an impostor
  • 5-6 God’s promises true, but Satan is a deceiver
  • 7 Reward for believers and punishment for infidels sure
  • 8-9 Reprobate sinners shall not be as the righteous before God
  • 10 God exalteth the righteous but bringeth to nought the devices of sinners
  • 11 The desert made green by rainfall a type of the resurrection
  • 12 God, who is man’s Creator, knoweth all things
  • 13 God’s mercy to man seen in the waters
  • 14 Day, night, the sun, and moon glorify God
  • 14-15 The vanity of idol-worship
  • 16-18 Man is dependent on God, but God is self-sufficient
  • 19 Every one shall bear his own burden in the judgment-day
  • 19 Muhammad commanded to admonish secret believers
  • 20-22 God will not regard the righteous and the unrighteous alike
  • 22 Buried person can't be made listen anything
  • 23 Every nation has its own prophet
  • 24-25 Those who accused the former prophets of imposture were punished
  • 26-28 God’s mercy seen in nature
  • 29-30 God rewards the prayerful and the charitable
  • 31 The Qurán a confirmation of former Scriptures
  • 32 The varied conduct of those who receive the Qurán
  • 33-35 The rewards of the faithful in Paradise
  • 36-37 The just punishment of disbelievers in hell
  • 38 God knoweth the secrets of the heart
  • 39 Disbelievers shall reap the fruit of their infidelity
  • 40 God gave the idolaters no authority for their idolatry
  • 41 God alone sustains the heavens
  • 42 The Quraish impiously reject their Prophet
  • 43 They shall receive the punishment bestowed upon those who rejected the former prophets
  • 44 Arab polytheists were admonished to see the fate of previous nations before them.
  • 45 Were God punish sinners, the world would be bereft of its human population but also God postpone their punishment until fixed time and when it's fixed time comes, God will regard his servants

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