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The Quran is sectioned off into parts called paras or juz. Each para has a certain number of chapters and surah and contributes to enabling Muslims to navigate their Holy Book with ease. Quran Chapter 21 provides meaningful instructions and ethical teachings.

It conveys the lesson about integrity, patience, and trust in God’s plan. The chapter highlights faith and contemplates God’s creations.

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Quran Para 21 Utlu Ma Oohi ( اتْلُ مَاأُوحِيَ) Details 

Para 21Details
Para NameUtlu Ma Oohi ( اتْلُ مَاأُوحِيَ)
Total Surah in Para 21Surah Ar-Rum to Surah Al-Ahzab
Total Ayat178
Total Page20
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Summary of Para 21

Surat al-Ankabut continued

Juz starts with these two commands; pray diligently and be polite. The prayer is a guardian, “recite what has been revealed to you from the Book and pray; indeed, the prayer keeps evil away with indecency. Allah’s remembrance comes first.” Allah is aware of what you are doing. 45-“Do not argue with the People of the book; be gentle.”

Surat al-Rum – The Romans

Then, Surat al-Rum continues with Juz 21. The Surah opens with a remarkable prediction: 2-4 615 CE, Persians defeated the Romans. Quraysh was happy with their defeat. They interpreted it as a sign that the Muslims who were nearer to Christians would also be defeated. Quraysh did not believe that the Romans would bounce back from this horrible defeat. However, the Quran anticipated otherwise and indeed what was predicted by the book of Islam came to pass on that same day as the Battle of Badr (624 CE).

The main idea in the Surah is devoted to Allah’s creative power, which strengthens those who believe in resurrection.

Fitrah is the natural human state: “So stand firmly to the religion of Islam that belongs only to Allah. This is an innate human disposition; all humanity was created with it” (30). This is the human potential that blossoms when Islamic teachings are implemented.

 It is the natural, intuitive sense of making right from wrong true from false, and feeling out God’s Presence and oneness. A hopeful, innocent, and almost perfect view of humanity which is a world apart from Thomas Hobbes’s picture of inhumanity savagery nasty selfishness

Signs of Allah

Glorious and marvelous signs of Allah’s creative ability are all around us. Some are brought to our attention: peoples’ differences in language and people’s color, the functions of night and day, love between husband-wife or wife-husband: humanity drawn from clay, lightning thunder. These natural phenomena indicate their Creator and the Quran encourages people to move on to the next step – acknowledge Allah as our Creator who deserves worship.

The second prediction of this Surah is “Corruption has appeared on land and sea, as a consequence of the actions that people commit to tasting something by its fruits” (41) This could be seen as referencing our current environmental crisis.

“On the Day of the Final Hour, those who are doomed will claim They didn’t spend even an hour with them on Earth; it was that by which they deceived in worldly life. On a day when people were given knowledge and faith would say You refused to believe what Allah has sent down until Resurrection – this is your This signifies that Islam will prevail until the end of time and true believers would be on earth till the Last Day.

The Messenger ﷺ is given encouraging advice: “Therefore, be patient. “Indeed, Allah’s promise is true; do not let the infidels scare you” (60). The Surah reaches its end as it begins with a prediction.

Surat Luqman – Luqman the Wise

Then there is Surat Luqman in Juz 21. Luqman was a legendary sage, black Nubian, and wise man from Southern Egypt. This means that by recounting his humble and useful lessons, the Quran is advocating for the inclusivity of cultures, races, and languages. The Surah opens with a vivid description of the ‘devout Muslim’: he enjoys the virtue of Quranic teachings; and refrains from meaningless pursuits that take him away from worshipping Allah.

On some occasions, the blessed Messenger ﷺ would recite the Quran facing Kaaba; A Makkan storyteller with Persian narrations and performances of dancers used to gather people around him while sitting near his tale. The Quran condemned him.

People appreciate God’s gifts; visible and unseen ones, so “What has the idol ever created?” Luqman introduces his son to true ideas about Allah whom one must worship in an ideal attitude towards others who deserve justice especially parents they should be honorable − but still modest.

Surat al-Sajda – the Prostration

Surat al-Sajda continues from Juz 21. At the time when discussions ran high concerning three major tenets of Islam. The Surah begins with a bold statement that repudiates the infidel’s argument against Muhammad ﷺ for having made up his message. This central line is that Allah the Supreme Ruler, Absolute Governor, and Commander has full power. Punishment of the disbelievers in this life as well as Hereafter. So if they see Hellfire, then they will believe but by that time it would be too late. On the other hand, the unimaginable delights awaiting the believers are highlighted to motivate people: “…no one knows what blissful delights are concealed for them as recompense” (17).

Surat al-Ahzab – the Confederates

Juz 21 closes with Surat al-Ahzab. This Surah was sent down in the fifth year of Hijrah 626 CE. In the aftermath of the indecisive Battle of Uhud, Makkans desired to kill Muslims; thus in partnership with ousted Jews, all Banu Nadhir within Khyber planned an assault on Madinah. The confederates gathered an army of 10,000 strong comprising many tribes.

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