List Of Sura's

Al-Furqan (The Distinction)

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In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful

Our Prophet (PBH), through the very first revelation of the Quran, was ordered:
“Recite in the name of your Fosterer…” (Chapter 96: Verse 1) and the name of his and our Fosterer is Allah (SWT), as is evident from the very first verse of the first chapter of the Quran:
“Praise is due only for Allah (SWT), the Fosterer of the worlds”. (Chapter 1: Verse 1)
In view of this order of Allah (SWT), we should recite/read before starting the recitation or reading of the Holy Quran which is a part of the Quran, occurring at the beginning of 113 out of 114 chapters of the Quran and also as part of verse No. 30 of chapter 27 of the Quran. Through Chapter 16: Verse 98, Allah Taala further orders:
“So when you recite/read the Quran, seek the protection of Allah from the accursed devil”.
This means that we are required to pray; (Aoozu Billahi min Ash shaitaanir Rajeem) meaning: “I seek the protection of Allah from the accursed devil”, even before reciting or reading: (Bismillahir Rahmaanir Raheem)

Shuru Allah ke naam se jo hum per taras kha ker faida pahunchane wala hai

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Blessed is He Who sent down on His servant the distinction (between right and wrong), that he may be a warner for the worlds,
The Quran distinguishes right from wrong. Prophet Muhammed (PBH) was sent to the whole humanity to warn through the Quran.

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Allah (SWT) is the King of the Universe. He neither has a son nor a partner in His kingdom. He created everything and layed down a programme for it i.e. everything has a destiny destined for it, therefore there is order in His kingdom and nothing goes against His order.

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And they have taken gods besides Him who do not create anything while they themselves are created, and they do not control (even) for themselves any harm or profit nor do they control death nor life, nor (do they have the power of) raising the dead (to life).
All false gods are powerless.

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And those who do not believe say, “”This is nothing but a lie which he has forged and other people have helped him at it.”” Thus they have come up with injustice and falsehood.
The infidels consider the Quran to be a forgery by Prophet Muhammed (PBH), they call it ‘Stories of the ancient’ dictated to him by men and not Allah (SWT) although He has sent it down to him. They object on his eating and movements in the market and demand for sending down of an angel, treasure, garden etc. and also say that he is under the influence of magic. Allah (SWT) rejects all these false charges and declares that the infidels are astray i.e. they are wrong (also see 17:47). If Allah (SWT) wills He can give him things better than what they demand.

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And they say, “”Stories of the ancient, which he has got written down as they are dictated to him morning and evening.””
The infidels consider the Quran to be a forgery by Prophet Muhammed (PBH), they call it ‘Stories of the ancient’ dictated to him by men and not Allah (SWT) although He has sent it down to him. They object on his eating and movements in the market and demand for sending down of an angel, treasure, garden etc. and also say that he is under the influence of magic. Allah (SWT) rejects all these false charges and declares that the infidels are astray i.e. they are wrong (also see 17:47). If Allah (SWT) wills He can give him things better than what they demand.

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Say, “”He Who knows the secrets of the skies and the earth has sent it down. He is certainly Protectively Forgiving, Merciful.””
The infidels consider the Quran to be a forgery by Prophet Muhammed (PBH), they call it ‘Stories of the ancient’ dictated to him by men and not Allah (SWT) although He has sent it down to him. They object on his eating and movements in the market and demand for sending down of an angel, treasure, garden etc. and also say that he is under the influence of magic. Allah (SWT) rejects all these false charges and declares that the infidels are astray i.e. they are wrong (also see 17:47). If Allah (SWT) wills He can give him things better than what they demand.

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And they say, “”What is (wrong with) this messenger, he eats food and walks in the markets? Why has not an angel been sent down to him so that he could be a warner along with him?
The infidels consider the Quran to be a forgery by Prophet Muhammed (PBH), they call it ‘Stories of the ancient’ dictated to him by men and not Allah (SWT) although He has sent it down to him. They object on his eating and movements in the market and demand for sending down of an angel, treasure, garden etc. and also say that he is under the influence of magic. Allah (SWT) rejects all these false charges and declares that the infidels are astray i.e. they are wrong (also see 17:47). If Allah (SWT) wills He can give him things better than what they demand.

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Or (why has not) a treasure been thrown down to him or (why is there no) garden for him from which he could eat?”” And those who are unjust say, “”You follow none but a man under the influence of magic.””
The infidels consider the Quran to be a forgery by Prophet Muhammed (PBH), they call it ‘Stories of the ancient’ dictated to him by men and not Allah (SWT) although He has sent it down to him. They object on his eating and movements in the market and demand for sending down of an angel, treasure, garden etc. and also say that he is under the influence of magic. Allah (SWT) rejects all these false charges and declares that the infidels are astray i.e. they are wrong (also see 17:47). If Allah (SWT) wills He can give him things better than what they demand.

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See how they set forth similitudes for you. Thus they have gone astray, therefore they will not be able to find the way. (R 1)
The infidels consider the Quran to be a forgery by Prophet Muhammed (PBH), they call it ‘Stories of the ancient’ dictated to him by men and not Allah (SWT) although He has sent it down to him. They object on his eating and movements in the market and demand for sending down of an angel, treasure, garden etc. and also say that he is under the influence of magic. Allah (SWT) rejects all these false charges and declares that the infidels are astray i.e. they are wrong (also see 17:47). If Allah (SWT) wills He can give him things better than what they demand.

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The infidels consider the Quran to be a forgery by Prophet Muhammed (PBH), they call it ‘Stories of the ancient’ dictated to him by men and not Allah (SWT) although He has sent it down to him. They object on his eating and movements in the market and demand for sending down of an angel, treasure, garden etc. and also say that he is under the influence of magic. Allah (SWT) rejects all these false charges and declares that the infidels are astray i.e. they are wrong (also see 17:47). If Allah (SWT) wills He can give him things better than what they demand.

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No, they deny the hour of doom, and We have prepared a blazing fire for him who denies the hour of doom.
The punishment of those who deny the life after death is described.

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When it sees them from a far off place, they will hear its fury and the sound of blazing fire.
The punishment of those who deny the life after death is described.

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And when they are thrown into a narrow place thereof, linked together, there they will pray for destruction.
The punishment of those who deny the life after death is described.

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(It will be said), “”This day do not pray for a single destruction but pray for many destructions.””
The punishment of those who deny the life after death is described.

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Say, “”Is that better or the garden (meant) for staying, which is promised to those who guard (against evil)?”” It is a reward for them as well as a destination.
The reward of the pious is described.

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They will stay (and) have therein, what they will for. It is a promise of your Fosterer which should be asked for.
The reward of the pious is described.

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And the day He will gather them and (all) that they served (worshipped) besides Allah, then He will say, “”Was it you who misled these servants of Mine or they themselves went astray from the way?””
The false gods will deny having misled anyone therefore all those who worshipped them will be punished.

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They will say, “”Glory be to you! it was not for us to accept those turning to us, besides You, but You made them and their fathers enjoy to the extent that they forgot the reminder and (thus) became a lost people.””
The false gods will deny having misled anyone therefore all those who worshipped them will be punished.

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(It will be said), “”So they have denied you regarding that which you say,”” then you will neither be able to turn away (the punishment) nor (will you get any) help, and whoever among you is unjust, We will make him taste a great punishment.
The false gods will deny having misled anyone therefore all those who worshipped them will be punished.