List Of Sura's

An-Nahl (The Bee)

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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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The commandment of Allah will come to pass so do not desire to hasten it. Glory be to Him and He is high above that which they associate (with Him as partners).
When Allah (SWT) commands, it has to be implemented. He it is Who chooses messengers to warn human beings that there is no god except Him so that they should fear Him alone. He is high above that which people wrongly associate with Him as His partners. Man did not create himself but was created by Allah (SWT) from an ordinary sperm. He also created the cattle and horses for the utility of mankind. The credit of being guided to the right path also goes to Allah (SWT). He produces the rain and grows vegetation through it. He alternates the night and the day by rotating the heavy earth. The colours too are produced by Him. The hydrostatic and hydrodynamic laws were layed down by Him, He makes the ships to sail in water and has created in it fish as food and pearls as ornaments. In the ‘Theory of Isostacy’ it is suggested that there are a set conditions of the floating blocks of light mountains and heavy ocean basins, which give equilibrium to our rotating globe, but which, if disturbed, will lead to earth movements. This implies that in the absence of mountains, the earth could have been in a continuous state of disturbance. Allah (SWT) has made the rivers, roads, landmarks, stars as means of reaching destinations, in addition to other purposes they serve. We cannot count the favours of Allah (SWT) Who alone knows everything. Allah (SWT) is One, the only Creator, rest is His creation. Some of the things which people worship are dead (idols). Allah (SWT) does not love the proud who do not recognize Him and consider the Divine message (the Quran) as a collection of the stories of the ancient people for which they will be punished.

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When Allah (SWT) commands, it has to be implemented. He it is Who chooses messengers to warn human beings that there is no god except Him so that they should fear Him alone. He is high above that which people wrongly associate with Him as His partners. Man did not create himself but was created by Allah (SWT) from an ordinary sperm. He also created the cattle and horses for the utility of mankind. The credit of being guided to the right path also goes to Allah (SWT). He produces the rain and grows vegetation through it. He alternates the night and the day by rotating the heavy earth. The colours too are produced by Him. The hydrostatic and hydrodynamic laws were layed down by Him, He makes the ships to sail in water and has created in it fish as food and pearls as ornaments. In the ‘Theory of Isostacy’ it is suggested that there are a set conditions of the floating blocks of light mountains and heavy ocean basins, which give equilibrium to our rotating globe, but which, if disturbed, will lead to earth movements. This implies that in the absence of mountains, the earth could have been in a continuous state of disturbance. Allah (SWT) has made the rivers, roads, landmarks, stars as means of reaching destinations, in addition to other purposes they serve. We cannot count the favours of Allah (SWT) Who alone knows everything. Allah (SWT) is One, the only Creator, rest is His creation. Some of the things which people worship are dead (idols). Allah (SWT) does not love the proud who do not recognize Him and consider the Divine message (the Quran) as a collection of the stories of the ancient people for which they will be punished.

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He created the skies and the earth in reality, He is high above that which they associate (with Him as partners).
When Allah (SWT) commands, it has to be implemented. He it is Who chooses messengers to warn human beings that there is no god except Him so that they should fear Him alone. He is high above that which people wrongly associate with Him as His partners. Man did not create himself but was created by Allah (SWT) from an ordinary sperm. He also created the cattle and horses for the utility of mankind. The credit of being guided to the right path also goes to Allah (SWT). He produces the rain and grows vegetation through it. He alternates the night and the day by rotating the heavy earth. The colours too are produced by Him. The hydrostatic and hydrodynamic laws were layed down by Him, He makes the ships to sail in water and has created in it fish as food and pearls as ornaments. In the ‘Theory of Isostacy’ it is suggested that there are a set conditions of the floating blocks of light mountains and heavy ocean basins, which give equilibrium to our rotating globe, but which, if disturbed, will lead to earth movements. This implies that in the absence of mountains, the earth could have been in a continuous state of disturbance. Allah (SWT) has made the rivers, roads, landmarks, stars as means of reaching destinations, in addition to other purposes they serve. We cannot count the favours of Allah (SWT) Who alone knows everything. Allah (SWT) is One, the only Creator, rest is His creation. Some of the things which people worship are dead (idols). Allah (SWT) does not love the proud who do not recognize Him and consider the Divine message (the Quran) as a collection of the stories of the ancient people for which they will be punished.

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When Allah (SWT) commands, it has to be implemented. He it is Who chooses messengers to warn human beings that there is no god except Him so that they should fear Him alone. He is high above that which people wrongly associate with Him as His partners. Man did not create himself but was created by Allah (SWT) from an ordinary sperm. He also created the cattle and horses for the utility of mankind. The credit of being guided to the right path also goes to Allah (SWT). He produces the rain and grows vegetation through it. He alternates the night and the day by rotating the heavy earth. The colours too are produced by Him. The hydrostatic and hydrodynamic laws were layed down by Him, He makes the ships to sail in water and has created in it fish as food and pearls as ornaments. In the ‘Theory of Isostacy’ it is suggested that there are a set conditions of the floating blocks of light mountains and heavy ocean basins, which give equilibrium to our rotating globe, but which, if disturbed, will lead to earth movements. This implies that in the absence of mountains, the earth could have been in a continuous state of disturbance. Allah (SWT) has made the rivers, roads, landmarks, stars as means of reaching destinations, in addition to other purposes they serve. We cannot count the favours of Allah (SWT) Who alone knows everything. Allah (SWT) is One, the only Creator, rest is His creation. Some of the things which people worship are dead (idols). Allah (SWT) does not love the proud who do not recognize Him and consider the Divine message (the Quran) as a collection of the stories of the ancient people for which they will be punished.
The Arabic word ‘Khaseem” means one who disputes, and every dispute involves a tussle. It must be an open tussle for one particular male sperm to reach and fertilize a specific female egg, overcoming the obstruction caused by Millions of other sperms. The pronoun ‘huwa’ meaning ‘he’ may refer to man as a finished product or man in the making, in the form of a sperm in the womb, in which case the translation of the verse would be: “He created man from a sperm when he (in the form of a sperm) was involved in an open tussle.”

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And He created the cattle for you, (you have) in their (skins) warm clothing and (other) uses, and (some) of them you eat.
When Allah (SWT) commands, it has to be implemented. He it is Who chooses messengers to warn human beings that there is no god except Him so that they should fear Him alone. He is high above that which people wrongly associate with Him as His partners. Man did not create himself but was created by Allah (SWT) from an ordinary sperm. He also created the cattle and horses for the utility of mankind. The credit of being guided to the right path also goes to Allah (SWT). He produces the rain and grows vegetation through it. He alternates the night and the day by rotating the heavy earth. The colours too are produced by Him. The hydrostatic and hydrodynamic laws were layed down by Him, He makes the ships to sail in water and has created in it fish as food and pearls as ornaments. In the ‘Theory of Isostacy’ it is suggested that there are a set conditions of the floating blocks of light mountains and heavy ocean basins, which give equilibrium to our rotating globe, but which, if disturbed, will lead to earth movements. This implies that in the absence of mountains, the earth could have been in a continuous state of disturbance. Allah (SWT) has made the rivers, roads, landmarks, stars as means of reaching destinations, in addition to other purposes they serve. We cannot count the favours of Allah (SWT) Who alone knows everything. Allah (SWT) is One, the only Creator, rest is His creation. Some of the things which people worship are dead (idols). Allah (SWT) does not love the proud who do not recognize Him and consider the Divine message (the Quran) as a collection of the stories of the ancient people for which they will be punished.

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And there is a beautiful (sight) for you in them, when you bring them home (in the evening) and when you take them out (for pasture, in the morning).
When Allah (SWT) commands, it has to be implemented. He it is Who chooses messengers to warn human beings that there is no god except Him so that they should fear Him alone. He is high above that which people wrongly associate with Him as His partners. Man did not create himself but was created by Allah (SWT) from an ordinary sperm. He also created the cattle and horses for the utility of mankind. The credit of being guided to the right path also goes to Allah (SWT). He produces the rain and grows vegetation through it. He alternates the night and the day by rotating the heavy earth. The colours too are produced by Him. The hydrostatic and hydrodynamic laws were layed down by Him, He makes the ships to sail in water and has created in it fish as food and pearls as ornaments. In the ‘Theory of Isostacy’ it is suggested that there are a set conditions of the floating blocks of light mountains and heavy ocean basins, which give equilibrium to our rotating globe, but which, if disturbed, will lead to earth movements. This implies that in the absence of mountains, the earth could have been in a continuous state of disturbance. Allah (SWT) has made the rivers, roads, landmarks, stars as means of reaching destinations, in addition to other purposes they serve. We cannot count the favours of Allah (SWT) Who alone knows everything. Allah (SWT) is One, the only Creator, rest is His creation. Some of the things which people worship are dead (idols). Allah (SWT) does not love the proud who do not recognize Him and consider the Divine message (the Quran) as a collection of the stories of the ancient people for which they will be punished.

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And they carry your heavy (things) to a land which you could not have reached but with hardship to yourselves, your Fosterer is certainly full of pity, Merciful.
When Allah (SWT) commands, it has to be implemented. He it is Who chooses messengers to warn human beings that there is no god except Him so that they should fear Him alone. He is high above that which people wrongly associate with Him as His partners. Man did not create himself but was created by Allah (SWT) from an ordinary sperm. He also created the cattle and horses for the utility of mankind. The credit of being guided to the right path also goes to Allah (SWT). He produces the rain and grows vegetation through it. He alternates the night and the day by rotating the heavy earth. The colours too are produced by Him. The hydrostatic and hydrodynamic laws were layed down by Him, He makes the ships to sail in water and has created in it fish as food and pearls as ornaments. In the ‘Theory of Isostacy’ it is suggested that there are a set conditions of the floating blocks of light mountains and heavy ocean basins, which give equilibrium to our rotating globe, but which, if disturbed, will lead to earth movements. This implies that in the absence of mountains, the earth could have been in a continuous state of disturbance. Allah (SWT) has made the rivers, roads, landmarks, stars as means of reaching destinations, in addition to other purposes they serve. We cannot count the favours of Allah (SWT) Who alone knows everything. Allah (SWT) is One, the only Creator, rest is His creation. Some of the things which people worship are dead (idols). Allah (SWT) does not love the proud who do not recognize Him and consider the Divine message (the Quran) as a collection of the stories of the ancient people for which they will be punished.

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And (He created) horses and mules and asses that you may ride upon them and as an ornament and He creates that which you do not know.
When Allah (SWT) commands, it has to be implemented. He it is Who chooses messengers to warn human beings that there is no god except Him so that they should fear Him alone. He is high above that which people wrongly associate with Him as His partners. Man did not create himself but was created by Allah (SWT) from an ordinary sperm. He also created the cattle and horses for the utility of mankind. The credit of being guided to the right path also goes to Allah (SWT). He produces the rain and grows vegetation through it. He alternates the night and the day by rotating the heavy earth. The colours too are produced by Him. The hydrostatic and hydrodynamic laws were layed down by Him, He makes the ships to sail in water and has created in it fish as food and pearls as ornaments. In the ‘Theory of Isostacy’ it is suggested that there are a set conditions of the floating blocks of light mountains and heavy ocean basins, which give equilibrium to our rotating globe, but which, if disturbed, will lead to earth movements. This implies that in the absence of mountains, the earth could have been in a continuous state of disturbance. Allah (SWT) has made the rivers, roads, landmarks, stars as means of reaching destinations, in addition to other purposes they serve. We cannot count the favours of Allah (SWT) Who alone knows everything. Allah (SWT) is One, the only Creator, rest is His creation. Some of the things which people worship are dead (idols). Allah (SWT) does not love the proud who do not recognize Him and consider the Divine message (the Quran) as a collection of the stories of the ancient people for which they will be punished.

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And on Allah (rests) the direction (towards the right) way and (some) of the (ways) turn aside and had He willed He would have guided all (of you). (R 1)
When Allah (SWT) commands, it has to be implemented. He it is Who chooses messengers to warn human beings that there is no god except Him so that they should fear Him alone. He is high above that which people wrongly associate with Him as His partners. Man did not create himself but was created by Allah (SWT) from an ordinary sperm. He also created the cattle and horses for the utility of mankind. The credit of being guided to the right path also goes to Allah (SWT). He produces the rain and grows vegetation through it. He alternates the night and the day by rotating the heavy earth. The colours too are produced by Him. The hydrostatic and hydrodynamic laws were layed down by Him, He makes the ships to sail in water and has created in it fish as food and pearls as ornaments. In the ‘Theory of Isostacy’ it is suggested that there are a set conditions of the floating blocks of light mountains and heavy ocean basins, which give equilibrium to our rotating globe, but which, if disturbed, will lead to earth movements. This implies that in the absence of mountains, the earth could have been in a continuous state of disturbance. Allah (SWT) has made the rivers, roads, landmarks, stars as means of reaching destinations, in addition to other purposes they serve. We cannot count the favours of Allah (SWT) Who alone knows everything. Allah (SWT) is One, the only Creator, rest is His creation. Some of the things which people worship are dead (idols). Allah (SWT) does not love the proud who do not recognize Him and consider the Divine message (the Quran) as a collection of the stories of the ancient people for which they will be punished.

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He it is Who sends down water from the sky for you, from it you drink and through it (grow) trees on which you feed your cattle,
When Allah (SWT) commands, it has to be implemented. He it is Who chooses messengers to warn human beings that there is no god except Him so that they should fear Him alone. He is high above that which people wrongly associate with Him as His partners. Man did not create himself but was created by Allah (SWT) from an ordinary sperm. He also created the cattle and horses for the utility of mankind. The credit of being guided to the right path also goes to Allah (SWT). He produces the rain and grows vegetation through it. He alternates the night and the day by rotating the heavy earth. The colours too are produced by Him. The hydrostatic and hydrodynamic laws were layed down by Him, He makes the ships to sail in water and has created in it fish as food and pearls as ornaments. In the ‘Theory of Isostacy’ it is suggested that there are a set conditions of the floating blocks of light mountains and heavy ocean basins, which give equilibrium to our rotating globe, but which, if disturbed, will lead to earth movements. This implies that in the absence of mountains, the earth could have been in a continuous state of disturbance. Allah (SWT) has made the rivers, roads, landmarks, stars as means of reaching destinations, in addition to other purposes they serve. We cannot count the favours of Allah (SWT) Who alone knows everything. Allah (SWT) is One, the only Creator, rest is His creation. Some of the things which people worship are dead (idols). Allah (SWT) does not love the proud who do not recognize Him and consider the Divine message (the Quran) as a collection of the stories of the ancient people for which they will be punished.

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When Allah (SWT) commands, it has to be implemented. He it is Who chooses messengers to warn human beings that there is no god except Him so that they should fear Him alone. He is high above that which people wrongly associate with Him as His partners. Man did not create himself but was created by Allah (SWT) from an ordinary sperm. He also created the cattle and horses for the utility of mankind. The credit of being guided to the right path also goes to Allah (SWT). He produces the rain and grows vegetation through it. He alternates the night and the day by rotating the heavy earth. The colours too are produced by Him. The hydrostatic and hydrodynamic laws were layed down by Him, He makes the ships to sail in water and has created in it fish as food and pearls as ornaments. In the ‘Theory of Isostacy’ it is suggested that there are a set conditions of the floating blocks of light mountains and heavy ocean basins, which give equilibrium to our rotating globe, but which, if disturbed, will lead to earth movements. This implies that in the absence of mountains, the earth could have been in a continuous state of disturbance. Allah (SWT) has made the rivers, roads, landmarks, stars as means of reaching destinations, in addition to other purposes they serve. We cannot count the favours of Allah (SWT) Who alone knows everything. Allah (SWT) is One, the only Creator, rest is His creation. Some of the things which people worship are dead (idols). Allah (SWT) does not love the proud who do not recognize Him and consider the Divine message (the Quran) as a collection of the stories of the ancient people for which they will be punished.

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And He compelled the night and the day and the sun and the moon (to follow His laws) for your (service), and the stars (too) are compelled (to follow His laws) by His command. There are certainly signs in that for a people who understand.
When Allah (SWT) commands, it has to be implemented. He it is Who chooses messengers to warn human beings that there is no god except Him so that they should fear Him alone. He is high above that which people wrongly associate with Him as His partners. Man did not create himself but was created by Allah (SWT) from an ordinary sperm. He also created the cattle and horses for the utility of mankind. The credit of being guided to the right path also goes to Allah (SWT). He produces the rain and grows vegetation through it. He alternates the night and the day by rotating the heavy earth. The colours too are produced by Him. The hydrostatic and hydrodynamic laws were layed down by Him, He makes the ships to sail in water and has created in it fish as food and pearls as ornaments. In the ‘Theory of Isostacy’ it is suggested that there are a set conditions of the floating blocks of light mountains and heavy ocean basins, which give equilibrium to our rotating globe, but which, if disturbed, will lead to earth movements. This implies that in the absence of mountains, the earth could have been in a continuous state of disturbance. Allah (SWT) has made the rivers, roads, landmarks, stars as means of reaching destinations, in addition to other purposes they serve. We cannot count the favours of Allah (SWT) Who alone knows everything. Allah (SWT) is One, the only Creator, rest is His creation. Some of the things which people worship are dead (idols). Allah (SWT) does not love the proud who do not recognize Him and consider the Divine message (the Quran) as a collection of the stories of the ancient people for which they will be punished.

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And He has produced for you in the earth (things) differing in their colours. There is certainly a sign in that for a people who are mindful.
When Allah (SWT) commands, it has to be implemented. He it is Who chooses messengers to warn human beings that there is no god except Him so that they should fear Him alone. He is high above that which people wrongly associate with Him as His partners. Man did not create himself but was created by Allah (SWT) from an ordinary sperm. He also created the cattle and horses for the utility of mankind. The credit of being guided to the right path also goes to Allah (SWT). He produces the rain and grows vegetation through it. He alternates the night and the day by rotating the heavy earth. The colours too are produced by Him. The hydrostatic and hydrodynamic laws were layed down by Him, He makes the ships to sail in water and has created in it fish as food and pearls as ornaments. In the ‘Theory of Isostacy’ it is suggested that there are a set conditions of the floating blocks of light mountains and heavy ocean basins, which give equilibrium to our rotating globe, but which, if disturbed, will lead to earth movements. This implies that in the absence of mountains, the earth could have been in a continuous state of disturbance. Allah (SWT) has made the rivers, roads, landmarks, stars as means of reaching destinations, in addition to other purposes they serve. We cannot count the favours of Allah (SWT) Who alone knows everything. Allah (SWT) is One, the only Creator, rest is His creation. Some of the things which people worship are dead (idols). Allah (SWT) does not love the proud who do not recognize Him and consider the Divine message (the Quran) as a collection of the stories of the ancient people for which they will be punished.

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And He it is Who compelled the ocean (to follow His laws) that you may eat fresh flesh (of fish) from it and bring out form it ornaments (pearls) which you wear, and you see the ships cleaving (the water and sailing) in it, that you may seek of His grace and that you may be grateful (to Him).
When Allah (SWT) commands, it has to be implemented. He it is Who chooses messengers to warn human beings that there is no god except Him so that they should fear Him alone. He is high above that which people wrongly associate with Him as His partners. Man did not create himself but was created by Allah (SWT) from an ordinary sperm. He also created the cattle and horses for the utility of mankind. The credit of being guided to the right path also goes to Allah (SWT). He produces the rain and grows vegetation through it. He alternates the night and the day by rotating the heavy earth. The colours too are produced by Him. The hydrostatic and hydrodynamic laws were layed down by Him, He makes the ships to sail in water and has created in it fish as food and pearls as ornaments. In the ‘Theory of Isostacy’ it is suggested that there are a set conditions of the floating blocks of light mountains and heavy ocean basins, which give equilibrium to our rotating globe, but which, if disturbed, will lead to earth movements. This implies that in the absence of mountains, the earth could have been in a continuous state of disturbance. Allah (SWT) has made the rivers, roads, landmarks, stars as means of reaching destinations, in addition to other purposes they serve. We cannot count the favours of Allah (SWT) Who alone knows everything. Allah (SWT) is One, the only Creator, rest is His creation. Some of the things which people worship are dead (idols). Allah (SWT) does not love the proud who do not recognize Him and consider the Divine message (the Quran) as a collection of the stories of the ancient people for which they will be punished.

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And He has put in the earth mountains lest it should shake with you {2} and (He has made) rivers and roads that you may find guidance (to their desired destination).
When Allah (SWT) commands, it has to be implemented. He it is Who chooses messengers to warn human beings that there is no god except Him so that they should fear Him alone. He is high above that which people wrongly associate with Him as His partners. Man did not create himself but was created by Allah (SWT) from an ordinary sperm. He also created the cattle and horses for the utility of mankind. The credit of being guided to the right path also goes to Allah (SWT). He produces the rain and grows vegetation through it. He alternates the night and the day by rotating the heavy earth. The colours too are produced by Him. The hydrostatic and hydrodynamic laws were layed down by Him, He makes the ships to sail in water and has created in it fish as food and pearls as ornaments. In the ‘Theory of Isostacy’ it is suggested that there are a set conditions of the floating blocks of light mountains and heavy ocean basins, which give equilibrium to our rotating globe, but which, if disturbed, will lead to earth movements. This implies that in the absence of mountains, the earth could have been in a continuous state of disturbance. Allah (SWT) has made the rivers, roads, landmarks, stars as means of reaching destinations, in addition to other purposes they serve. We cannot count the favours of Allah (SWT) Who alone knows everything. Allah (SWT) is One, the only Creator, rest is His creation. Some of the things which people worship are dead (idols). Allah (SWT) does not love the proud who do not recognize Him and consider the Divine message (the Quran) as a collection of the stories of the ancient people for which they will be punished.
Theory of Isostacy:

The mountains did not exist in their present place or form since the time of formation of the earth but were brought into existence later. Some mountains were formed due to volcanic action, some due to erosion of plateaus while others came into existence as a result of compression and elevation of sediments which had accumulated in seas and oceans, Himalayas being an example of this type of mountain ranges. These events took place during various periods in the earth’s, history and lasted for very long periods of time. It has been suggested that the relationship of land surface to ocean floors is comparable to the floatation of light and heavy blocks. The land is high because it is of light material, the ocean floor is depressed because it is of heavy material. These ideas are embodied in the “Theory of Isostacy” which suggests that, there are a set conditions of these floating blocks i.e. mountains and ocean basins, which give equilibrium to our rotating globe, but which, if disturbed, will lead to earth movements. This implies that in the absence of mountains, the earth could have been in a continuous state of disturbance. In other words, mountains in addition to serving other purposes (controlling wind, rain etc.), keep the earth’s crust in a balanced state.

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And (through) landmarks and through the stars they find guidance (to your desired destination).
When Allah (SWT) commands, it has to be implemented. He it is Who chooses messengers to warn human beings that there is no god except Him so that they should fear Him alone. He is high above that which people wrongly associate with Him as His partners. Man did not create himself but was created by Allah (SWT) from an ordinary sperm. He also created the cattle and horses for the utility of mankind. The credit of being guided to the right path also goes to Allah (SWT). He produces the rain and grows vegetation through it. He alternates the night and the day by rotating the heavy earth. The colours too are produced by Him. The hydrostatic and hydrodynamic laws were layed down by Him, He makes the ships to sail in water and has created in it fish as food and pearls as ornaments. In the ‘Theory of Isostacy’ it is suggested that there are a set conditions of the floating blocks of light mountains and heavy ocean basins, which give equilibrium to our rotating globe, but which, if disturbed, will lead to earth movements. This implies that in the absence of mountains, the earth could have been in a continuous state of disturbance. Allah (SWT) has made the rivers, roads, landmarks, stars as means of reaching destinations, in addition to other purposes they serve. We cannot count the favours of Allah (SWT) Who alone knows everything. Allah (SWT) is One, the only Creator, rest is His creation. Some of the things which people worship are dead (idols). Allah (SWT) does not love the proud who do not recognize Him and consider the Divine message (the Quran) as a collection of the stories of the ancient people for which they will be punished.

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Then, is He Who creates, like one who does not create? Will you not then be mindful?
When Allah (SWT) commands, it has to be implemented. He it is Who chooses messengers to warn human beings that there is no god except Him so that they should fear Him alone. He is high above that which people wrongly associate with Him as His partners. Man did not create himself but was created by Allah (SWT) from an ordinary sperm. He also created the cattle and horses for the utility of mankind. The credit of being guided to the right path also goes to Allah (SWT). He produces the rain and grows vegetation through it. He alternates the night and the day by rotating the heavy earth. The colours too are produced by Him. The hydrostatic and hydrodynamic laws were layed down by Him, He makes the ships to sail in water and has created in it fish as food and pearls as ornaments. In the ‘Theory of Isostacy’ it is suggested that there are a set conditions of the floating blocks of light mountains and heavy ocean basins, which give equilibrium to our rotating globe, but which, if disturbed, will lead to earth movements. This implies that in the absence of mountains, the earth could have been in a continuous state of disturbance. Allah (SWT) has made the rivers, roads, landmarks, stars as means of reaching destinations, in addition to other purposes they serve. We cannot count the favours of Allah (SWT) Who alone knows everything. Allah (SWT) is One, the only Creator, rest is His creation. Some of the things which people worship are dead (idols). Allah (SWT) does not love the proud who do not recognize Him and consider the Divine message (the Quran) as a collection of the stories of the ancient people for which they will be punished.

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And if you count the favours of Allah you will not be able to compute them. Allah is certainly Protectively Forgiving, Merciful.
When Allah (SWT) commands, it has to be implemented. He it is Who chooses messengers to warn human beings that there is no god except Him so that they should fear Him alone. He is high above that which people wrongly associate with Him as His partners. Man did not create himself but was created by Allah (SWT) from an ordinary sperm. He also created the cattle and horses for the utility of mankind. The credit of being guided to the right path also goes to Allah (SWT). He produces the rain and grows vegetation through it. He alternates the night and the day by rotating the heavy earth. The colours too are produced by Him. The hydrostatic and hydrodynamic laws were layed down by Him, He makes the ships to sail in water and has created in it fish as food and pearls as ornaments. In the ‘Theory of Isostacy’ it is suggested that there are a set conditions of the floating blocks of light mountains and heavy ocean basins, which give equilibrium to our rotating globe, but which, if disturbed, will lead to earth movements. This implies that in the absence of mountains, the earth could have been in a continuous state of disturbance. Allah (SWT) has made the rivers, roads, landmarks, stars as means of reaching destinations, in addition to other purposes they serve. We cannot count the favours of Allah (SWT) Who alone knows everything. Allah (SWT) is One, the only Creator, rest is His creation. Some of the things which people worship are dead (idols). Allah (SWT) does not love the proud who do not recognize Him and consider the Divine message (the Quran) as a collection of the stories of the ancient people for which they will be punished.

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And Allah knows that which you keep secret and that which you make public.
When Allah (SWT) commands, it has to be implemented. He it is Who chooses messengers to warn human beings that there is no god except Him so that they should fear Him alone. He is high above that which people wrongly associate with Him as His partners. Man did not create himself but was created by Allah (SWT) from an ordinary sperm. He also created the cattle and horses for the utility of mankind. The credit of being guided to the right path also goes to Allah (SWT). He produces the rain and grows vegetation through it. He alternates the night and the day by rotating the heavy earth. The colours too are produced by Him. The hydrostatic and hydrodynamic laws were layed down by Him, He makes the ships to sail in water and has created in it fish as food and pearls as ornaments. In the ‘Theory of Isostacy’ it is suggested that there are a set conditions of the floating blocks of light mountains and heavy ocean basins, which give equilibrium to our rotating globe, but which, if disturbed, will lead to earth movements. This implies that in the absence of mountains, the earth could have been in a continuous state of disturbance. Allah (SWT) has made the rivers, roads, landmarks, stars as means of reaching destinations, in addition to other purposes they serve. We cannot count the favours of Allah (SWT) Who alone knows everything. Allah (SWT) is One, the only Creator, rest is His creation. Some of the things which people worship are dead (idols). Allah (SWT) does not love the proud who do not recognize Him and consider the Divine message (the Quran) as a collection of the stories of the ancient people for which they will be punished.