Quran Para 7 Wa Iza Samiu (وَإِذَاسَمِعُوا) PDF and Recite Online

Quran Para 7 Wa Iza Samiu (وَإِذَاسَمِعُوا) PDF and Recite Online

The Quran, the holy book of Islam, is divided into 30 parts called paras. Each part has a certain number of chapters or verses in it. Quran’s seventh para is very important for Muslims because it has teachings related to faith, advice and good behaviour. Now it is easy to find the Quran Para 7 online because of improvements in technology. Usually, a sound feature is added so users can listen to famous Quran readers reading Para 7. This makes their spiritual experience better. For those who want a copy, you can download PDF files. 

Quran Para 7 Wa Iza Samiu (وَإِذَاسَمِعُوا) Details

Para NameWa Iza Samiu (وَإِذَاسَمِعُوا)
Total Surah in Para 7Surah Al-Maidah and Surah Al-Anaam
Total Ayat149 verses
Total Page20
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Summary of Para 7

Here is a summary of Para 7:

Surat al-Ma’ida continued

The para starts with a praise for Christian believers in one God. When they hear the Quran, it inspires them and makes them accept its message. Sometimes, believers ask too many questions. They were told not to do that because it could limit their choices and they might feel bad about it later on. This is then followed by being fined for breaking a promise, to give food to ten hungry people. Wine and drinks like it (contains fun drugs too) are banned because they cause people to hate each other. This is not allowed, according to rule 90. It’s cool how the reason for the ban is given, showing that Quran rules are fair and good for the community.

What is the role of a messenger?

Send the message, but not force or change people’s beliefs. Islam values ‘no forcing in religion’. (101)

The Arabs believed in magic ideas such as putting holes in their she-camels ears and giving them to gods. They thought weird things about these practices and believed they could do good or bad luck. So, they are told to get rid of the old times beliefs.

The next part talks about choosing people to be witnesses in your will and making directions for the end of life. This helps avoid problems between family members later on (106). We discussed Prophet Isa and Christians again. The miracles of Prophet Isa: he blew into clay birds and they started to fly; made the blind see again, helped people with leprosy get better.

He even brought back those who were no longer alive from where they had been buried (114). Then he shared food with lots of people at once. Isa’s human nature and the importance of him being a prophet are emphasized. People who saw his miracles didn’t understand and thought of him as God. But in the future world Isa will say that he didn’t do this bad thing called blasphemy (118).

Surat Al-An’am – The Cattle

The second part of the 7th Para starts with a late Makkah Surah. It was revealed all at once in just one day. This was a period of extreme conflicts between Muslims and idol worshippers. Ibn Abbas explained that some people from Mecca told the Prophet, “We won’t believe until you bring us a book we can see and touch. Angels should also tell them it is really from God and that you are his messenger.” But the Quran said even if they touched this sacred scripture with their hands, they still wouldn’t trust these messages were

Belief in oneness

Strong reasons are given to support beliefs in Oneness, Messengers and the Afterlife. The name al-An’am, “the Cattle” comes from many places where the bible talks about people who worship false gods and make offerings by giving their animals to these idols. A line that says great things about God’s power to make stuff starts the surah. It talks badly about people who think idols are like Him. The only way to fix this stubbornness is by giving in to the big boss. The Quran is a guide book and it reminds us about Judgement Day.

Allah is one

Allah is one, but some people don’t believe it. They don’t understand the good things they have been given by Him. Their eyes will open on the day of judgement; they’ll use reasons but it won’t help! “On Judgement Day, if you could see them looking at the Fire; they would say: ‘If only we could be brought back and believe in our Lord’s signs rather than deny it'” (27). They were tricked by everyday life; they didn’t see “This worldly adventure is fun but not as good. The home of the Afterlife will be better for those who think carefully.” Don’t you understand?” (32).  

The Messenger worried about their future, but they in turn made fun of him. So he was comforted and told to wait patiently. People say, “If a sign came from his Lord to him?” Say, “God can send down a sign.” But many of them don’t know this (37).

The next four passages teach humility: To know their real value, the Quran offers examples. This helps readers get this message too. Humility is seen in animals that live together “There isn’t any creature on land or bird flying in the sky who doesn’t belong to a group like yours” (38).



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