Quran Para 10 (وَاعْلَمُوا) PDF Download and Recite Online

The Quran is the holy book of Islam that gives guidance and instruction to all Muslims around the world. It has three parts or juz’ that are further broken into 30 sections each called paras to ease navigation by readers through the book. One of the sections is Quran Para 10 (وَاعْلَمُوا) which has several chapters that discuss different topics. In this digital age, it has become easier to access the Quran online.

Quran Para 10 (وَاعْلَمُوا) PDF Download and Recite Online

Quran Para 10 Details

Para 10Details
Para NameWa A’lamu (وَاعْلَمُوا)
Total Surah in Para 10Surah Al- Anfal and second is Surah At-taubah
Total Ayat127
Total Page20
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Summary of Para 10

Surat al-Anfal continued

A description of the Battle in Badr illustrates how an engagement was set up. Prophet ﷺ pointed to the places where some of Makkah’s leaders would die and fall. Allah made the enemy seem to be less than they were, and the Muslims seemed numerous when compared with them. Battlefield required steadfastness and courage. This was to be done by sticking together instead of fighting. In addition to this discipline of the Muslim army, Allah sent angels who fought on their side.

The Battle of Badr

The booty of war has to be partitioned; the Messenger should allocate one-fifth to receive it as he wishes and four-fifths among those who fought.

If the enemy works out a trick, then do one too to undermine it as a plot.
Be ready for war but do everything you can to attain peace. 59-61 “However, if they are inclined to peace then you incline towards it and place your trust in Allah.

True faith can make the believer twice as strong as all his enemies. 66. “Your hundred steadfast men can prevail over two hundred.”

Fighting in the path of Allah should not be for worldly purposes. 67 “It is not proper for a prophet to attack spoils until he has triumphed over the battle. Believers, you desire that this world extends before you but Allah wishes the next life.”

Due to their excellent performance on the battlefield, the Muslims were praised: “Helpers are those who emigrated and strove with their wealth, lives in Allah’s way; or the ones that offered them protection may offer refuge” (73).

Surat al-Tawba – The Repentance

This surat was sent to the Prophet in 9AH(630 CE) after Allah’s victory campaign of Tabuk, 560 kilometers northwest of Medina. At Hajj in the same year, there was an announcement that treaties with idolaters were abrogated. Due to the background of a looming battle, this surat carries angry tones. This is why it does not start with the Basmala, “In the name of Allah, the Kind, the Caring”.

Campaign of Tabuk – Historical Background

After the Conquest of Makkah in 8 AH (629 CE), Islam’s popularity started to grow at a rapid pace and many Arab tribes converted to Islam. ﷺ sent his letters to the neighboring rulers to invite them to Islam. These powers started paying attention to this religious and socio-political transformation. So far foreign powers had paid little attention to the Arabs. Now the Romans were afraid and arranged for an attack on Madinah. 

So Muhammad, after consultation, chose to launch a preemptive attack. Muslims were generous in their contribution and a 30,00 strong army was made ready. But the Romans stuck to their fortresses. The Muslims were in that area for twenty days and toured along a southeastern border to make friends and secure treaties with local authorities. This greatly enhanced Muslim influence in the region.

Say, “If your fathers, children, brothers, spouses, relatives and the wealth you have gathered, the business whose downturn you fear and the houses that delight you, if these things are dearer to you than Allah, His Messenger and struggling in His path, then you should wait for Allah’s Judgement to come to pass” (Al-Tawbah: 23). This surah opens with an important event i.e the immediate cancellation of treaties with those Arab idolaters who had repeatedly broken them (1 – 29).

Lesson From Messenger’s Migration

For the second Hajj, after the Conquest of Makkah, the Messenger ﷺ dispatched a delegation under the leadership of Abu Bakr who made this announcement: “ Starting from now, the Kaaba will be under Muslims; idol worshippers are no longer its masters.” This meant that Muslims were in charge of the Arabian Peninsula’s domain.

Lesson from Messenger’s Migration From Makkah “If you can not help him, Allah has already helped him when disbelievers chased out of the homeland. When he told his companion in the cave, “Fear not. ‎Allah was with him. Allah sent His tranquillity upon Him, and strengthened him employing armies invisible to you; He disclosed their plot, while the only policy which prevails is that it shall be God’s way Quran Allah is Almighty, Wise. Abu Bakr was the comrade who went with him on this great journey.

38–93 depicts the wretched character of hypocrites. They give reasons, have bad intentions, and abuse the Messenger ﷺ and Muslims. They spread falsehoods, curse, and are stingy. They are an idle lot who only adore earthly life and they always lie and keep promises broken.

They present a very real danger to the welfare and security of society. They are the enemy within. Their presence in Madinah was so damaging that the Prophet ﷺ was told to take a very harsh position against them: he condemned them and sent them out of his Mosque. 107 He was told when they built a mosque that he demolished it because “they desire to divide Muslims and build an outpost to fight Allah and His Messenger.”

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