Page 1. Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. The Surah takes its name from the word al-muddaththir in the first verse. This also is only a name, not a title of its subject matter. This Surah has 56 verses and. >. JUZ No. 29 Surah No. 74 " Al-Mudassir " Ayat No. to >.

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26 أيلول (سبتمبر) Quran with Tajwid Surah 74 ﴾القرآن سورۃ المدثر﴿ Al-Muddathir PDF OF SURAHS ▻ Surah - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online . Surah Al Muzammil Complete - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. Al Quran.

Satan's pride against man and his pledge to mislead human beings. Emphasis on prayers, and on the reading of the Qur'an. The Qur'an is inimitable. Non-believers have lame arguments against accepting the Prophets. The attitude of Pharaoh towards Prophet Moses and the signs that he showed. Surah al-Kahf 69th Surah according to the order of revelation.

This is a Makki Surah revealed years before the Hijrah. It has verses in 12 sections. The Surah answers some questions that the Mushrikin of Makkah posed to the Prophet —peace be upon him. The answers came in a very clear way and also challenged them to accept the message of Islam. In this Surah we have the stories of: the People of the Cave, the man who had two gardens and was very proud of himself, Prophet Moses with an angelic figure, Dhulqarnain a pious ruler.

These stories are told to emphasize the value of faith, knowledge and patience, the relativity of time, and the variety in this world. Introduction to the Sections The straight message of the Qur'an. The Companions of the Cave. The proof of resurrection. Always remember Allah. The parable of an ungrateful person and a grateful person. Wealth and children are only a passing show.

Satan and his progeny they are the open enemies of human beings. Allah's mercy is available all the time.

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Prophet Moses' search for a teacher. Some strange events and their explanations. The pious ruler Dhul Qarnain.

Gog and Magog The real losers and winners. The Surah has 98 verses in 6 sections. The subject matter of this Surah is the true message and teachings of the Prophets of Allah. Allah blessed these Prophets. They taught Tawhid and called their people to the worship of Allah alone.

Great miracles and signs were also shown in the lives of these Prophets and Messengers. Introduction to the Sections Prophet Zachariah's prayer for a son. Birth of John Yahya and Allah's favors upon him. Maryam -peace be upon her - and the miraculous birth of her son Jesus -peace be upon him.

Prophet Ibrahim preached the unity of Allah.

Revelation Order

His conversation with his father. Other great Prophets and Messengers of Allah. The Resurrection will surely happen. Criticism of misconceptions about intercession and the divinity of Jesus. It was revealed sometime before the Hijrah to Abyssinia. This took place sometimes in the 5th year of Prophethood. This Surah has verses in 8 sections. The subject matter of the Surah is to assure the Prophet and his followers that the message of the Qur'an will eventually succeed.

The story of Prophet Moses is mentioned in detail. Then it is mentioned how the enemies of Islam are opposing it and what will be the consequences of this opposition for them. Introduction to the Sections Prophet Muhammad is told not to feel distress because of the denial of the unbeleivers.

Allah knows everything. Remember the story of Moses.

Chronological Order of Suras

Allah called him to the Prophethood and gave him special signs. Prophet Moses' prayer. Allah commanded Moses and his brother Aaron to go to Pharaoh and give him the message. Allah mentions His favors upon Moses.

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Prophet Moses goes to Pharaoh. The challenge with the Egyptian magicians. The defeat of the magicians and then their conversion. Allah saved the Children of Israel from Pharaoh. Prophet Moses goes to Sinai. Samiri misleads the Israelites and they worship the calf. The anger of Prophet Moses. Samiri confessed his evil action and he was punished. The Day of Judgment. No intercession will help without Allah's permission. The opponents of the Prophet.

Devil misleads human beings. Some references to the story of Adam and Iblis. The evil doers will be punished. Be patient and offer regular prayers. Surah al-Anbiya' 73rd according to the order of revelation. It has verses in 7 sections. The basic theme of the Surah is Prophets and Prophethood as indicated by the name itself. All Prophets were human beings.

They suffered at the hands of their enemies. Allah also tested them, but they always trusted Allah and lived according to His command. They were people of prayers and devotions and Allah listened to their prayers. Introduction to the Sections The Last Messenger has come. The judgment is coming closer. All prophets were human beings. Heaven and earth are created for a purpose.

All Prophets preached tawhid. Every thing is created for a term. The end will come suddenly. Allah cares for you day and night. Moses and Aaron received Allah's message and now this blessed reminder has come to you. Prophet Ibrahim argued against idolatry. Allah blessed His Prophets and delivered them. The righteous shall inherit the earth.

Surah al-Hajj rd according to the order of revelation. Some authorities consider this a Makki Surah, but according to the majority it is Madani.

This Surah has 78 verses in 10 sections. The Surah reminds about the approaching end of the world, need for the firmness of faith to support the truth and to eradicate the evil. It talks about prayers, humbleness and sacrifice, respect of the Ka'bah, the House of Allah, and striving to defend the truth. Arguments for the Resurrection from the stages of human creation and from the rain that produces vegetation.

The marginal believers and their end. The true believers shall be rewarded. Pilgrimage to the House of Allah. Respect of the Symbols of Allah. The permission of fighting back is granted to those to whom wrong is done. The real purpose of Jihad. Satan's enticements and Allah's especial protection of His words. The reward of those who migrate in the cause of Allah. Allah's order prevails in the heaven and earth.

The Muslim community is chosen by Allah for a special purpose. It has verses in 6 sections. In this Surah people are invited to accept and follow the Prophet. This is the central theme of the Surah. It speaks about the character of true believers and assures that they will be the real successful people. It draws attention to various stages of human creation, to many other universal signs.

Then it takes some of the stories of other prophets and tells us that they also preached the same message. Introduction to the Sections The character of the Believers.

Various stages of human creation and Allah's signs in the universe. The Message of Prophet Noah, his people's response and then the flood. Generations were raised after Prophet Noah. Many prophets were sent among them. Then came Prophet Moses and Aaron and then came Jesus -peace be upon them all. All prophets are one Ummah and preached the same religion. Those who are affluent think that they are also the righteous people, but the righteous are only those who do the good deeds.

Everything in the heaven and earth belongs to Allah. Prophet's job is to continue presenting the message of Allah. This life is the only chance. The life has a purpose. It has 64 verses in 9 sections. This Surah contains many rules for the development of a society based on righteousness and morality. It talks about male-female relations, rules of proper dress for Muslim women, rules for the punishment of adultery and punishment of those who accuse others of adultery or fornication.

Introduction to the Sections Punishment of adultery. Rules of testimony in the case of adultery. The false rumors against Syidah 'Aisha -may Allah be pleased with her. Beware of those who slander pious chaste women. Rules about entering others homes, proper dress, help those who are single to get married.

The light of Allah and the struggle between light and darkness. Everything in the heaven and earth glorifies Allah. Believers must obey Allah and His messenger. Allah's promise to the Believers to establish them in the land. Rules of privacy for men and women, at home and outside. Especial respect of the Prophet and Believers' duties towards him. It has 77 verses in 6 sections. The Surah answers some of the objections of the non-believers against the Qur'an and the teachings of Islam.

It also presents the character of the Believers as criteria to prove the truth of Islam. Introduction to the Sections Prophet Muhammad came as a Warner for the whole world. The evil of Shirk. The objections of those who denied the Prophet and his message. The Punishment of those who deny Allah and His message. Non-believers' demand to see the angels or Allah. Non-believers say why the whole Qur'an was not sent down at once.

Examples from the natural world: shadows, night and day, winds of rain, oceans with two different types of waters, creation of human beings, creation of the heaven and earth in six days.

The character and qualities of the most faithful servants of Allah. The non-believers were asking for signs to prove that the Qur'an was the word of Allah. Allah mentioned many signs both in nature and in history. Stories of many prophets are also mentioned to indicate that all prophets presented basically the same message. Introduction to the Sections Allah has power to bring down the mightiest sign, but here is a test for people.

This wonderful creation is a sign itself for those who want to learn. Signs were shown to Pharaoh. Pharaoh's magicians and Prophet Moses. The exodus of the Israelites from Egypt. The sea splitting and giving the way. Prophet Ibrahim's struggle against idolatry.

Prophet Noah and his people. The 'Ad and the Prophet Hud —peace be upon him. The Thamud and the Prophet Saleh —peace be upon him. Prophet Lot —peace be upon him- and his people. Prophet Shu'aib —peace be upon him- and his people. The Qur'an is the message from the Lord of the worlds. It is neither from devils nor do they have any clue of this message.

It is not poetry of the poets. It is a serious message with eternal consequences. Surah al-Naml This a Makki Surah. It was probably revealed soon after the previous Surah. It has 93 verses in 7 sections. The theme of the Surah is divine guidance in history.

Allah sent His Prophets to different people. Some accepted them and were guided, while others denied them and they saw the consequences of their denial. The Surah also contrasts between the principles of tawhid and shirk. How did Prophet Moses received the message of Allah. Allah gave Moses many signs but Pharaoh and his people denied them. The knowledge and power that Allah bestowed on Prophets David and Solomon. What kind of character they had. Queen of Saba' and her submission to Prophet Solomon.

The response of Thamud to Prophet Saleh's message. Also the example of the people among whom Prophet Lot was sent. The contrast between the tawhid and shirk. Allah or the so-called gods of Shirk. The surety of Resurrection. The coming of the Day of Judgment. The Surah consists of 88 verses in 9 sections. The basic theme of this Surah is the prophethood. Some aspects of the life of Prophet Moses -peace be upon him- are mentioned to show the similarity between him and Prophet Muhammad —peace be upon all the prophets of Allah.

There are also answers here to the questions and doubts that were raised by some non-believers. Introduction to the Sections Story of Moses and Pharaoh is related. Pharaoh was persecuting the Israelites. Allah wished to show his favor to the oppressed people. Birth of Moses and then his growing up in Pharaoh's own palace. Moses' encounter with an Egyptian and his escape to Madyan. Moses' marriage in Madyan.

Moses receives Prophethood and especial signs from Allah. His appearance before Pharaoh. Pharaoh's denial and then Allah's punishment for him and his armies. The Prophet relating these stories by inspiration from Allah and for a purpose.

Allah's guidance is continuos. The message of Islam is tawhid. The story of Qarun: his character and his end. Allah's promise for the Believers. Surah al-'Ankabut This is a Makki Surah. It was probably revealed in early Makkan period before the migration to Ebyssinia. It has 69 verses in 7 sections.

This Surah reminds the Believers to be strong in their faith and not to give up their faith because of hardship or family pressures. Stories of previous Prophets and their followers are also mentioned here to show that the path of truth is not an easy path.

It has trials and hardships.

Introduction to the Sections Tests and trials are part of faith. Examples of Prophets Noah and Ibrahim -peace be upon them. Example of Prophet Lot —peace be upon him. Example of Prophet Shu'aib. References to the people of 'Ad, Thamud, Qarun and Pharaoh.

Message of Prophet Moses -peace be upon him. Spider web of Shirk. Give the message of Allah in the best way. Warnings to the non-believers. The truth will succeed. Allah guides the steps of those who follow the right path. Surah al-Rum This is a Makki Surah and it was revealed about 5 years after the Prophethood, in the same year in which the first Hijrah to Ebyssinia took place. The Surah has 60 verses in 6 sections.

The Surah reminds us that Allah is in control of everything. Those who are short sighted they see only what is apparent but they do not realize that there is a Creator and Master of this whole universe and it is He who is governing everything. Final decision is in Allah's hand.

The Akhirah will take place and the truth will prevail. Introduction to the Sections The defeat of the Romans and then later their victory is foretold. Creation and Resurrection belong to Allah.

Glorify Allah at different times of the day. The signs of Allah in nature. The true religion corresponds and enhances the nature. Teachings of the religion of nature: tawhid, care of the family and relatives, economic justice and charity. Corruption caused by human beings. Evidence of corruption in history. Evidence of resurrection in nature.

The Day of Resurrection. It has 34 verses in 4 sections. In this Surah Tawhid is emphasized and Shirk and its ideas are critically examined. It tells us that those who are following Shirk they are only blindly following their forefathers.

The true wisdom is to believe in Allah. The advises of Luqman the wise are also given here to support the same principles. Introduction to the Sections Qur'an is a book of guidance and mercy for all people. The advises of Luqman the wise man. Signs of tawhid in the heaven and earth. Shirk or polytheism has no basis. In crisis people turn to the Real God. Let not the things of this world deceive you. All knowledge belongs to Allah. It has 30 verses in 3 sections.

The Surah discusses some of the doubts and arguments of the non-believers against the principles of Tawhid, Risalah and Akhirah. It invites human beings to think and reflect on their own selves and on the nature surrounding them. Every thing points that there is a Wise and Powerful Creator for this universe.

He has not created all this phenomenon in vain. The creation has a purpose. Allah created this whole universe. He created human beings, but some human beings deny the resurrection.

The difference between the Believers and non-Believers. The Mission of Prophet Moses -peace be upon him. Take lessons from the history of other nations. Signs of resurrection in nature. It has 73 verses in 9 sections. The Surah deals with a number of social and political issues. It talks about the practice of child-adoption, some marriage customs, battle of Ahzab and Bani Quraizah, social issues related to Hijab of Muslim women.

It also talks about the hypocrites and their conduct in the society. Introduction to the Sections The custom of adoption and Islamic instructions about it. Prophet Muhammad -peace be upon him- is dearer to the believers than their own selves. The Battle of Ahzab and the way of the hypocrites.

The excellent role model of the Prophet Muhammad -peace be upon him. The household of the Prophet, his pious wives. Allah's rewards for the Believing men and women.

Prophet's marriage with Zainab. The finality of the Prophethood. Prophet Muhammad -peace be upon him- is sent as a witness, a bearer of glad tidings and Shining Lamp. The marriages of the Prophet: certain privileges and restrictions. Rules of conduct in domestic relations. Rules of Hijab, Warnings to the hypocrites, the Last Hour. Believers must speak right. The burden of trust assumed by the human being. Surah Saba' This is a Makki Surah revealed to the Prophet -peace be upon him- sometime in the early or middle Makkan period about 7- 8 years before the Hijrah.

It has 54 verses in 6 sections. The Surah answers some of the objections raised by the non-believers about Tawhid, Risalah and Akhirah. It also speaks about Prophets David and Solomon and the Queen of Sheba to remind people about the consequences of evils as well as righteousness. Introduction to the Sections The Day of Judgment will surely come.

Allah's favors on Prophets David and Solomon. Allah's judgment on the people of Saba'. Shirk will be of no use on the Day of Judgment. Prophet Muhammad is sent for all people.

The wrong leaders will leave their followers on the Day of Judgment, the discussion of their mutual recrimination. Material riches do not necessarily bring you closer to Allah. The truth will prosper. This Surah has 45 verses in 5 sections. In this Surah Allah warns the non-believers on their negative attitude towards Islam and Prophet Muhammad -peace be upon him. The basic message is also explained to them.

Introduction to the Sections Allah's creative power and His angels. None can stop the mercy of Allah. Be aware of Satan. The success of the truth over falsehood will surely come. Allah has power to remove you and bring another group in your place.

Every people had a Warner. The true believers in Allah. Allah's plan cannot be changed or altered. Allah gives time to people to repent. It has 83 verses in 5 sections. The Surah explains some of the basic beliefs of Islam, especially the belief in life after death and the Akhirah. Introduction to the Sections The truth of the Qur'an and the truth of Prophet Muhammad - peace be upon him.

Allah's messengers were sent to other people. The response of those to whom the prophets were sent and the result of their denial. Allah's signs in nature to remind about the day of Resurrection.

The scenes of the day of Resurrection. Reminders about death and the Day of Judgment. It has verses in 5 sections. The Surah speaks about the unity of Allah in very strong terms. It talks about the teachings of various prophets of Allah.

All of them preached the same message. It gives warnings to the non-believers that their plots against the message of Islam will not work. The truth will prevail. Introduction to the Sections The Lord of the heaven and earth is one God.

The mockers at the Prophet of God will one day see the truth. The Day of Judgment will dawn suddenly. The guilty shall be punished and virtuous will be rewarded. Allah delivered Prophet Noah from his enemies.

Prophet Ibrahim's encounter with idolatry. The test of Prophet Ibrahim. His willingness to sacrifice his son. How Prophet Yunus was delivered from the belly of the whale. Angels are not Allah's daughters; they are Allah's servants. Allah's messengers will succeed.

Surah Saad This is a Makki Surah. It was revealed around the time of first Hijrah to Ebyssinia about 5 year of Prophethood. It has 88 verses in 5 sections. The Surah talks about the basic message of all the Prophets and Messengers of Allah. They came to preach Tawhid.

The Prophet suffered and went through a lot of hardship in presenting Allah's message. Their enemies attacked them and persecuted them, but then finally it was the truth that prevailed and falsehood was defeated. Power and riches all come from Allah. Some people become arrogant when they have power. But Allah gave the examples of David and Solomon who were great prophets as well as powerful kings. They obey Allah.

Today, many of us take our prayers lightly. We are believers, some of us even born Muslims, but we do not consider Salah a significant matter. Whenever you get an opportunity to contribute in a food bank or soup kitchen hasten to do so.

Do not waste your time in futile gatherings and vain activities. Many people die with regrets. Let us not be among those. Let us correct our ways before our time is up.

A dying person takes along only the deeds that he has done. No intercession can help him in the Hereafter. Wrap me up! Then Allah , Most High revealed: Arise and warn. Surat al-Muddaththir is structured thematically and chronologically. Containing 56 total verses, this surah was most likely revealed on at least two different occasions and compiled retroactively.

Verses and are composed of short, poetic lines which maintain rhyme structure and the Arabic rhetorical device of parallel construction. This is consistent with the verses of the early Meccan period. Verse 31 is unique in its prose-like syntax and length; it is easily the longest verse of this surah and is a glaring break with the rhyme structure that precedes and follows it. This type of verse is most common in the later Medinan revelations. There are several distinct thematic sections of this surah.

If verse 1 refers to the Prophet Muhammed al-Muddaththir, or cloaked one: You, wrapped in your cloak , then the second verse serves to alert the Prophet to a changing environment from which he is charged with saving mankind: Arise, and give warning Verses are injunctions, then, for the Prophet or whoever follows the righteous path of God to maintain cleanliness, monotheism, humility, and patience in his own life.

These are all preparations for the revelation of the rest of the message. The next thematic section of Surat al-Muddaththir is a warning for the unbelievers. Verses describe the rejection of God's word and the excruciating consequences that result. For he that has not been grateful for the bounty of God's blessing and demands more, disregarding the signs and revelations of God, will be cast into the Saqar, which here refers to the scorching fire of Hell.

This image of an unbeliever emphasizes the individuality of the responsibility of obeying God's message: Some scholars, such as Sayyid Qutb , have stated that verse 31 serves as an explanation of verse 30 that was added after early Muslims and unbelievers alike questioned the specificity of the nineteen angels: Thus those who have been granted revelations in the past may be convinced and the believers may grow more firm in their faith; and so those who have been granted revelations and the believers will entertain no doubt; but the sick at heart and the unbelievers will ask, "What could God mean by this image?

No one knows your Lord's forces except Him. This is all but a reminder for mankind. Thus verse 31 explains the mystery of the nineteen angels by portraying the number as a marker of faith. True believers will not question it, as it is the word of God, and those who God has "led astray" will be troubled by doubts.

The next section of Surat al-Muddaththir uses the tangible, accessible physical world as proof that the devastation which awaits the unbelievers will be equally real It then transitions back to the theme of individual responsibility.Surah Kausar https: Category Islam portal Wikipedia book.

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