Quran Summaries – 20/30

Quran Summaries – 20/30

πŸŒ™ Quran Summaries – 20/30 πŸŒ™ 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

πŸŒ™ Quran Summaries – 19/30 πŸŒ™ 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 Qur’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

πŸŒ™ Quran Summaries – 18/30 πŸŒ™ Al-Muminun Al-Nur Al-Furqan (1-20) The first chapter in this Juz is Al-Mu’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

πŸŒ™ Quran Summaries – 17/30 πŸŒ™ 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), Allah’s message and the resurrection. Using the story of Ibrahim (Abraham AS) once again as

Quran Summaries 16/30

πŸŒ™ Quran Summaries – 16/30 πŸŒ™ Al-Kahf (75-end) Maryam Ta Ha The chapter of al-Kahf (Cave) is concluded in this Juz with Allah completing the story of Musa (Moses AS) and Khidr and then mentioning that of Dhu’l-Qarnayn. The story of Musa and Khidr teaches us the many paradoxes in life that can only be

Quran Summaries – 15/30

πŸŒ™ Quran Summaries – 15/30 πŸŒ™ Al-Isra / Bani-Isra’eel Al-Kahf (1-74) We begin this Juz with the chapter of al-Isra’ (Night Journey). The chapter is named after the miraculous event in which the Prophet SAAS travelled from Makkah to Jerusalem and then through the Heavens in one single night, which is mentioned in the opening

Quran Summaries – 14/30

πŸŒ™ Quran Summaries – 14/30 πŸŒ™ Al-Hijr Al-Nahl In this Juz of the Qur’an, we cover two chapters – al-Hijr (Rocky Tract) and al-Nahl (the Bee). The first of these two was revealed at a time when persecution of the Prophet SAAS and his followers RAA was at its peak and Islam was making little

Quran Summaries – 13/3

πŸŒ™ Quran Summaries – 13/30 πŸŒ™ Yusuf (53-end) Al-Ra’ad Ibrahim (1-52) This Juz begins with the remainder of the story of Yusuf (Joseph AS) including his meeting with the king, his consequent exoneration and establishment in the land. From a young boy in the well, Yusuf AS finds himself in a powerful position during a

Quran Summaries – 12/30

πŸŒ™ Quran Summaries – 12/30 πŸŒ™ Hud (6-end) Yusuf (1-52) The 12th Juz of the Qur’an covers the majority of the chapter of Hud (the first five verses are in the previous Juz) as well as half of the chapter of Yusuf (Joseph), the best of stories. Hud was revealed during the Year of Sorrow,

Quran Summaries 11/30

πŸŒ™ Quran Summaries 11/30 πŸŒ™ Al-Taubah (93-end) Yunus Hud (1-5) The Juz begins with the final quarter of al-Tawbah (Repentance) in which Allah continues to describe the good character of the righteous. Allah confirms that His good pleasure is with the righteous who partake in the purifying act of spending for the sake of Allah