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Quran Para 30 Amma Yatasa’aloon (عَمَّ يَتَسَاءَلُونَ) Details

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Para NameAmma Yatasa’aloon (عَمَّ يَتَسَاءَلُونَ)
Total Surah in Para 3037 Surahs from Surah An Naba to Surah An-Nas
Total Ayat564 verses
Total Page20
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Surat al-Naba’ – The News:

They did not understand how critical this faith was to make life on Earth just and meaningful. They did not understand how the dead could be restored to life. So, they are reminded of Allah’s creative power: vast spaces and oceans, high-rising mountains, various forms of living organisms – these are the things that make up this world. The Day of Judgement will be the Day of Separation.

Surat al-Nazi ‘atThe Snatchers:

This Surah is on the subject of Resurrection. Pharaoh’s story shows why people don’t believe. They are arrogant and selfish and they love the world too much. The Surat opens with five oaths: horses, winds, stars, the souls of those who are entitled to paradise, and angels. The evidence points to the conclusion, “You will surely be resurrected.”

Surat ‘Abasa – Frowning

 One day, the Messenger was preaching to Makkan leaders and hopefully, they would accept his message. Blind Muslim Abdullah ibn Umm-al Makhtum appeared out of nowhere and disturbed, “Messenger! Allah has taught you something to teach me as well.” The Messenger scowled at the blind man and did not want to talk with him. Surat commented on this episode, and thereafter the Messenger would say,” You are that person whom my Lord had reprimanded me.”

Surat al-Takwir – The Shrouding:

This Surah is based on the truthfulness of the Sublime Quran and the veracity or rightness of its teachings. It starts with the world-shattering activities immediately preceding the Day of Resurrection. It verifies the authenticity of the Messenger Üüç and those who bring his message. Finally, it calls the reader out by saying “So where are you heading?” (26).

Surat al-Infitar – The Cleaving:

The Surat highlights the self-deception that takes a man away from Allah. After taking the oaths of the events leading to Judgement Day, it asks: 6 “O men!” The qualities of the Lord Who created everything are evoked to prick the conscience: Angels are constantly watching over you, and when Judgement Day comes they will tell everything that has happened.

 Surat al-Mutaffifeen – The Cheats:

Surat is condemning the cheating traders and dishonest shopkeepers. They are distinguished as they have greater chances to deceive and take advantage of the vulnerable. Such crimes are done by the people who deny Judgment Day and believe that they can without consequences. 4) “Don’t they think that on a Grand Day, they will be resurrected?” This group is different from faithful and honest people who are going to experience the joys of Paradise.

Surat al-Buruj – The Constellations:

This Surah opens up the second stage of the Prophet’s mission, which started around the third year. It relates the tale of “the diggers of trench”, when the Yemeni King murdered Christians in Najran and burnt them. This story gave hope to the believers and threatened Quraysh, those who were harassed.

Surat al-Tariq – The Night Visitor:

This Surat describes the truth of Judgement Day. As people take the oath of shining stars, they are reminded that “There is a keeper over you” (4). The sons and daughters of the humble beginning who deny Judgement Day are invited to think about their origin. Where do you come from? And “Where are we going?”

Surat al- ‘Ala – The Highest:

This Surat describes the Majestic Quran and the Messenger how they are reminders. The allusion to the pioneer Scriptures of Musa and Ibrahim establishes Quran as a sequel in that same cause. What obscures humanity from this reality? The love of worldly life. These verses are about hatred for love toward the material world because it diverts people away from their Lord.

Surat al-Ghashiya – The Awe-inspiring Event:

This Surat supports the three doctrines of Islam. This will be followed by the introduction of The Day of Judgement in a unique way, “Has news reached you about the Overwhelming Event?!” Then a terrifying tale follows related to one who worked hard around his life but did not believe and forgot all being thereafter. On the other hand, a believer made every effort to satisfy his Lord. Humanity is called to taste the pleasures of Paradise.

Surat al-Balad – The City:

This Surat uses the metaphor of a terribly steep mountainous track that is characteristic to Islam – a struggle, jihad. Here Divine Dislike for people who are strengthened and deceived by their strength is represented. like the Makkan wrestler who believed no one could overpower him, not even the angel of death.

Surat al-Shams – The Sun:

This Surat begins with ten oaths from the sun, sky, earth and even the human soul. 8 This verse speaks about the human soul when it says “Then He inspired it to follow either its vice or virtue.” The Surat informs us that the human conscience enables people to distinguish between good and bad, right from wrong. Moreover, the one who creates them will be successful and those not looking up to these moral values are spiritual beliefs and social norms will definitely fail. Thamud is given as a representative of failed tribes.

Surat al-Layl – The Night:

This Surat discusses the variety in human pursuits and initiatives. On the other hand, the main option of engaging people comes down to good and evil as well as moral practices. Good people are generous, kind and value good. Thus, “We shall soon make their work easy” (8).

Surat al-Duha – The Morning Brightness:

Surat was revealed to comfort the Prophet. After a long pause in a revelation, he is given a four-point strategy to overcome stress and sorrow: stop miserable thinking, affirm that you will prevail, mutter your previous wins and tell yourself specific goals. The incredible force field of energy that is the powerful message it contains can also heal our anxieties.

Surat al-Inshirah- The Expansion:

This Surat enlarges from the previous consolation in a kindred tone to the Messenger. The opening or the expansion of the chest of the Prophet was an extraordinary miracle that prepared him to become a vessel for Divine Revelation. It reflects the staggeringly high status of the Messenger.

Surat al-Tin – The Fig:

This Surat starts with four oaths of precious trees and sanctified locations, magnificent signs – testament to the theme’ inherent goodness’ in human nature, which can so easily be spoiled. 4” The reference to the “most beautiful” human nature offers hopeful encouragement for a world devastated by wars and human greed, but such beauty is as vulnerable as it was before. The idea of Judgement Day works as a fear.

Surat al- ‘Alaq – The Clot of Blood:

This Surat was sent down in the cave of Hira. Here, in the tranquillity of one named Mountain Of Light, the Messenger pondered upon how corrupt those Makkans had become. He despised their idolatry, dishonest business activities and callousness towards the poor. The Holy Spirit and Jibreel brought the first revelation during a retreat.

Surat Al-Qadr – The Night of Destiny:

This Surat praises the night on which the Hallowed Quran was brought. 1- It is the night when in this month of Ramadan, surahs were sent down from the Preserved Tablet which was located in an upper heaven to another lower one. Gradually, revealed to the Messenger over twenty-three years. The angels, human destiny and peace come down tonight.

Surat al-Bayyina – The Clear Proof:

This Surat addresses the skepticism, obstinacy and disbelief of the idolaters, Jews and Christians. The Surat is seeking to comfort the Prophet and his followers for not being disheartened due to such rejection.

Surat al-Zilzal – The Earthquake:

This Surat speaks about accountability on the Day of Resurrection. An earthquake will level the earth, mountains become rubble and seas rise high while showing what’s buried beneath. However, the mindless individual will have lived an entire lifetime without giving a thought about his or her Hereafter. This is an authoritative reminder that on the Day of Judgement you will have to give account.

 Surat al- ‘Adiyat – The War Horses:

This Surat is about the ingratitude of humans. A significant motif in the Quran a Kafir is a person who does not appreciate the favors of the Bountiful Master. Hell is the sole place capable of purging humanity from this sin.

Surat al-Qari ‘a – The Sudden Calamity:

 It is this Surat which poses a question regarding Judgement Day in order to make our eyes clear about its reality. Then describes its momentous events. The source of a happy life is performing good deeds, and without doing good acts, there will be “a blazing fire” (11).

Surat al-Takathur – The competition for More 

 This surah shows human greediness towards materialistic things. It attempts to stun us so that our spiritual faculties are awakened, and we understand that material wealth could not save us from death. So we should agree to accept the Hereafter.

Surat al-Asr – The Age:

This Surat offers a very sharp message: life is short and passing-so in this case save yourself by believing, to do good works, be truthful and patient.

Surat al-Humazah – The Faultfinder:

 This Surat criticizes negative people who always seek faults in others and are into the idea of amassing wealth. They are worthy only of Hell.

Surat al-Fil – The Elephant:

This Surat reminds us how Allah caters for his people and places. Makkah and the sacred Kaaba were beyond reach of mighty Abraha’s army. Allah’s protective power is indicated by the Surat.

Surat Al-Quraysh – The Tribe of Quraysh:

Allah’s favors are a prominent theme in this Surat. It tells us that he provided the means of our livelihood; He protected us from danger.

Surat Al-Maun – Small Kindness:

This Surat talks about the one who is self-centered and heartless. Even the ‘small kindnesses’ are beyond him. He does not care for the poor and will even refuse to share his cooking pot! His worship is mere show.

Surat al-Kausar – The Abundance:

 This Surat is an eloquent masterpiece and such a morale lifter. You have so much to be grateful to Allah, then pray and make the sacrifice. You cannot be harmed by the enemy.

Surat Al-Kafirun – The Disbelievers:

This Surat tells us about ‘never sacrifice our beliefs’ but embraces religion differences and freedom of speech.

Surat al-Nasr – The help:

This Surah predicts the mission of Prophets successfully done, victory coming soon and provides a hint about his death.

 Surat Al-Lahab – The Flames:

 This Surah curses Abu Lahab and his wife for disgracing the Prophet. Obviously demonstrating that we must defend the truthful teachers and confront their detractors.

Surat al-Iklas – Sincere Faith:

This Surah talks about Tawhid, the oneness of Allah, who is eternal and no one resembles Him.

Surat al-Falaq – The Daybreak:

This Surat is an antidote to the sources of physical and psychic damage. Allah will guard you against harm from creatures, unseen dark forces, magic, and envy.

Surat al-Nas – The People:

Surah An-Nas instructs us to ask Allah for protection from the Devil.

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