Quran Summaries – 26/30

Quran Summaries – 26/30

๐ŸŒ™ Quran Summaries – 26/30 ๐ŸŒ™ Al-Ahqaf Muhammad Al-Fath Al-Hujurat Qaaf Al-Dhariyat (1-30) The themes discussed in the chapters of this Juz are varied reflecting the fact that some of the chapters were revealed during the Prophetโ€™s time in Makkah and the rest during his time in Madinah. The Makkan chapters (al-Ahqaf, Qaaf and al-Dhariyat

Quran Summaries – 25/30

๐ŸŒ™ Quran Summaries – 25/30 ๐ŸŒ™ Fussilat (47-end) Al-Shura Al-Zukhruf Al-Dukhan Al-Jathiyah The 25th Juz of the Qurโ€™an begins with the final eight verses of Fussilat (trans. Explained in Detail), in which Allah exposes the hypocrisy of mankind who when touched with affliction turns to his Creator โ€œfull of extensive supplicationโ€ but when favoured by

Quran Summaries – 24/30

๐ŸŒ™ Quran Summaries – 24/30 ๐ŸŒ™ Al-Zumar (32-end) Ghafir Fussilat (1-46) The Juz begins by ending al-Zumar (Groups). In the final 8 verses of this powerful chapter, Allah describes a vivid scene in which humanity has been judged and stands in two groups: believers and those who disbelieved. The ultimate end of both groups is

Quran Summaries – 23/30

๐ŸŒ™ Quran Summaries – 23/30 ๐ŸŒ™ Ya Sin (28-end) Al-Saffat Saad Al-Zumar (1-31) In ending Ya-Sin, Allah mentions the punishment of previous nations and emphasises, again, the reality of the resurrection. In a stark warning to all of mankind, we are warned of the transient reality of this life – โ€œIt will not be but

Quran Summaries – 22/30

๐ŸŒ™ Quran Summaries – 22/30 ๐ŸŒ™ Al-Ahzab (31-end) Saba al-Fatir Ya Sin (1-27) This Juz finishes the chapter begun in its predecessor, al-Ahzab (Confederates) and concludes with the opening verses of the significant chapter of Ya-Sin. In closing al-Ahzab, Allah discusses propriety on the part of women, spelling out an image of the Last Day

Quran Summaries – 21/30

๐ŸŒ™ Quran Summaries – 21/30 ๐ŸŒ™ Al-Ankabut (46-end) Al-Rum Luqman Al-Sajda Al-Ahzab (1-30) In this Juz, we cover five separate chapters: the conclusion of al-Ankabut (Spider), al-Rum (Romans), Luqman, al-Sajda (Prostration) and the start of al-Ahzab (Confederates). Some of the important verses in this Juz are Allah prophesying the defeat of the Byzantines and then

Quran Summaries – 20/30

๐ŸŒ™ Quran Summaries – 20/30 ๐ŸŒ™ Al-Naml (56-end) Al-Qasas Al-Ankabut (1-45) This Juz begins with the conclusion to Surah an-Naml. In these final verses we are asked to consider the signs of Allah in His creation and acknowledge that some claim godship in the weak unlike Allah who is Omnipotent and knows all. The chapter

Quran Summaries – 19/30

๐ŸŒ™ Quran Summaries – 19/30 ๐ŸŒ™ Al-Furqan (21-end) Al-Shu’ara Al-Naml (1-55) Continuing with al-Furqan to its end, Allah addresses the accusations levelled against the Qurโ€™an and the Messenger SAAS and refutes them. In identifying this rejection and persecution as nothing new, Allah relates incidents from the lives of other Prophets who suffered similar problems. As

Quran Summaries – 18/3

๐ŸŒ™ Quran Summaries – 18/30 ๐ŸŒ™ Al-Muminun Al-Nur Al-Furqan (1-20) The first chapter in this Juz is Al-Muโ€™minun (Believers), a name that aptly summarises the theme of the chapter. It commences by outlining the qualities of the believers, and narrates incidents from the lives of various Prophets. It then repudiates the disbelievers and defends the

Quran Summaries – 17/30

๐ŸŒ™ Quran Summaries – 17/30 ๐ŸŒ™ Al-Anbiya Al-Hajj In this Juz, we again cover two entire chapters: al-Anbiya (Prophets) and al-Hajj (Pilgrimage). Revealed in Makkah, al-Anbiya deals with issues of faith concentrating on three areas which are Tawhid (Divine Unity), Allahโ€™s message and the resurrection. Using the story of Ibrahim (Abraham AS) once again as