List Of Sura's

Al-‘Imran (The Family of Imran)

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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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Alif Laam Miim.

Alif Laam Meem are Arabic alphabets. Such alphabets appear at the beginning of many Suras. Their meanings are not known, nevertheless they are regarded as part of the Quran. Certain chapters have certain initials prefixed to them. Many guesses have been made as to their meaning but opinions differ.

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Allah, there is no god except Him, the Living, the Eternally Existing.

“Allah (SWT) has sent down the Quran containing the truth which also certifies the truth of the original Torah and Injeel which He had sent down earlier for the guidance of mankind, He has thus sent down the distinction between right and wrong. Those who reject Divine communication, for them there is a severe punishment because Allah (SWT) is Mighty and inflicts retribution.”

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“Allah (SWT) has sent down the Quran containing the truth which also certifys the truth of the original Torah and Injeel which He had sent down earlier for the guidance of mankind, He has thus sent down the distinction between right and wrong. Those who reject Divine communication, for them there is a severe punishment because Allah (SWT) is Mighty and inflicts retribution.”

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before, for the guidance of human beings. And He has sent down the distinction (between right and wrong, the Quran). Those who do not believe in the signs of Allah, for them there is certainly a severe punishment, and Allah is Mighty, the Inflicter of retribution.

“Allah (SWT) has sent down the Quran containing the truth which also certifys the truth of the original Torah and Injeel which He had sent down earlier for the guidance of mankind, He has thus sent down the distinction between right and wrong. Those who reject Divine communication, for them there is a severe punishment because Allah (SWT) is Mighty and inflicts retribution.”

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“Nothing is hidden from Allah (SWT) in His whole creation.”

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“He it is Who shapes human beings in their mothers’ wombs as He likes, He is Mighty and Wise to do all things in accordance with His plan.”

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“Verses of the Quran are, in general, of two kinds.

1.Decisive: containing instructions and assertive facts, which form the basic theme of the book.

2. Allegorical: dealing with the explanation of certain unseen things through the examples of seen things. This allegorical part is followed by those in whose hearts is a desire to deviate from the right interpretation and there by mislead others. They do not appear to follow the instructional part of the Quran. Those who are sound in knowledge believe that Allah (SWT) alone knows the correct interpretation because both the types of verses have been revealed by Him, they pray that their hearts should not deviate from the right after Allah (SWT) has guided them. They pray for His mercy because they fear the accountability on the day of judgment.”

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“Verses of the Quran are, in general, of two kinds.

1.Decisive: containing instructions and assertive facts, which form the basic theme of the book.

2. Allegorical: dealing with the explanation of certain unseen things through the examples of seen things. This allegorical part is followed by those in whose hearts is a desire to deviate from the right interpretation and there by mislead others. They do not appear to follow the instructional part of the Quran. Those who are sound in knowledge believe that Allah (SWT) alone knows the correct interpretation because both the types of verses have been revealed by Him, they pray that their hearts should not deviate from the right after Allah (SWT) has guided them. They pray for His mercy because they fear the accountability on the day of judgment.”

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Our Fosterer! one day You will gather (all) human beings, there is no doubt in it, Allah certainly does not go against (His) promise.”” (R 1)

“Verses of the Quran are, in general, of two kinds.

1.Decisive: containing instructions and assertive facts, which form the basic theme of the book.

2. Allegorical: dealing with the explanation of certain unseen things through the examples of seen things. This allegorical part is followed by those in whose hearts is a desire to deviate from the right interpretation and there by mislead others. They do not appear to follow the instructional part of the Quran. Those who are sound in knowledge believe that Allah (SWT) alone knows the correct interpretation because both the types of verses have been revealed by Him, they pray that their hearts should not deviate from the right after Allah (SWT) has guided them. They pray for His mercy because they fear the accountability on the day of judgment.”

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Those who do not believe, their wealth and their children will certainly not keep them safe from Allah in anything; and they are the persons who will be the fuel of the fire,

“Wealth and children may be of some benefit in this world but not in the hereafter. Even Firawn who was a king in this world was caught with his followers for their sins. All the infidels will be punished in hell.”

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“Wealth and children may be of some benefit in this world but not in the hereafter. Even Firawn who was a king in this world was caught with his followers for their sins. All the infidels will be punished in hell.”

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Say to those who do not believe, “”You will be overcome and gathered towards hell, and it is an evil place of habitation.””

“Wealth and children may be of some benefit in this world but not in the hereafter. Even Firawn who was a king in this world was caught with his followers for their sins. All the infidels will be punished in hell.”

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Indeed there was a sign for you in the meeting of the two groups (at the battle of Badr) {1}, one party fighting in the way of Allah and the others were infidels. They saw twice their numbers (with) the sight of the eye (that is, it was not imagination) and Allah strengthens with His help whom He wills. In this there is certainly a lesson for those who have insight.

“It is reported that at Badr (2H) 313 poorly equipped Muslims defeated 950 well equipped infidels. This was the first battle which the Muslims had fought under the commandership of prophet Muhammed (PBH). The Muslims saw only 626 infidels that is double their own number and not the actual number of 950. This was a miracle and not deception (See 8:44 and 66 also).”
Battle of Badr:

(Year H.2) A caravan of non-Muslims of Makkah, from where Muslims had to flee to Madina, was returning from Syria. When the Meccans came to know that this caravan might be pursued by the Muslims from Madina, they inarched with a strong army of 1,000 men to save the caravan. Muslims who were only 313 were ordered to meet the army from Mecca at Badr and not the caravan. Muslims fought so bravely that the non-Muslims, though thrice their number, were defeated and many of them killed. This raised the prestige of the Muslims all over. The special feature of this battle was the less number of Muslims, which proves that victory depends on Allah’s help and not on numbers.

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“The list of things which distract human beings from the hereafter is given and they are informed that paradise is better than these worldly pleasures, but it (paradise) is for those who fear Allah (SWT) and keep away from sins, the patient, the truthful, the devoutly obedient who spend on good things, praying for forgiveness of their sins and safety from the punishment of fire.”

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“The list of things which distract human beings from the hereafter is given and they are informed that paradise is better than these worldly pleasures, but it (paradise) is for those who fear Allah (SWT) and keep away from sins, the patient, the truthful, the devoutly obedient who spend on good things, praying for forgiveness of their sins and safety from the punishment of fire.”

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who say: Our Fosterer! we certainly believe so protectively forgive us our sins and save us from the punishment of the fire,

“The list of things which distract human beings from the hereafter is given and they are informed that paradise is better than these worldly pleasures, but it (paradise) is for those who fear Allah (SWT) and keep away from sins, the patient, the truthful, the devoutly obedient who spend on good things, praying for forgiveness of their sins and safety from the punishment of fire.”

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the patient and the truthful and the devoutly obedient and those who spend and those who ask for protective forgiveness in the early hours of morning.””

“The list of things which distract human beings from the hereafter is given and they are informed that paradise is better than these worldly pleasures, but it (paradise) is for those who fear Allah (SWT) and keep away from sins, the patient, the truthful, the devoutly obedient who spend on good things, praying for forgiveness of their sins and safety from the punishment of fire.”

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“Human beings who possess knowledge established on justice are probably those persons who have the capability of gauging the Might and Wisdom of Allah (SWT) through His creation.”

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(True) religion with Allah is certainly Al-Islam (Submission to the Will of Allah in accordance with the instructions of prophet Muhammed PBH). And those who were given the book differed only after the knowledge (that) had come to them, due to mutual envy. And whoever does not believe in the signs of Allah, then Allah is certainly Quick at (settling) the account.

“The religion which Allah (SWT) accepts is ‘Al Islam’ meaning ‘Submission’ to His will made known from time to time through Divine books revealed to His messengers, the final form of which is the Quran revealed to the last prophet Muhammed (PBH). Those who were given Divine books earlier knew this but differed from Al Islam only due to mutual envy that Muhammed (PBH) was not from their sect. They will be punished for their refusal of theirs. Prophet Muhammed (PBH) is ordered to convey to them that He and his followers have submitted to Allah (SWT), if they too do so they are rightly guided, but if they do not accept this then the responsibility of the messenger is just to convey the message, guiding or not guiding depends on the will of Allah (SWT)”