List Of Sura's

Ash-Shams (The Sun)

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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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Oaths are taken to emphasize that he who purifies his soul by obeying the orders of Allah (SWT) succeeds and he who does not do so fails.

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Oaths are taken to emphasize that he who purifies his soul by obeying the orders of Allah (SWT) succeeds and he who does not do so fails.

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Oaths are taken to emphasize that he who purifies his soul by obeying the orders of Allah (SWT) succeeds and he who does not do so fails.

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Oaths are taken to emphasize that he who purifies his soul by obeying the orders of Allah (SWT) succeeds and he who does not do so fails.

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Oaths are taken to emphasize that he who purifies his soul by obeying the orders of Allah (SWT) succeeds and he who does not do so fails.

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and the earth and Him Who spread it,
Oaths are taken to emphasize that he who purifies his soul by obeying the orders of Allah (SWT) succeeds and he who does not do so fails.

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and the soul and Him Who balanced it,
Oaths are taken to emphasize that he who purifies his soul by obeying the orders of Allah (SWT) succeeds and he who does not do so fails.

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then inspired in it, its transgressions and its guarding (against evils) {1}.

Oaths are taken to emphasize that he who purifies his soul by obeying the orders of Allah (SWT) succeeds and he who does not do so fails.
Two men of the tribe of Mwzaina came to Allah’s messenger and asked “O messenger of Allah! What is your opinion about what the people do in the world and strive for, is something decreed for them (by destiny), something preordained for them; or will their fate in the hereafter be determined by the fact that their prophets brought them teachings which they did not act upon and thus became deserving of punishment?” Thereupon he said, “Of course it happens as it is decreed by destiny and preordained for them and this view is confirmed by the verse of the book of Allah, the Exalted, the Glorious,” and he recited the above verse nos. 7 and 8 of Chapter: 91 (Sahih Muslim, Hamid Siddiqui vol. IV page 1395).

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Oaths are taken to emphasize that he who purifies his soul by obeying the orders of Allah (SWT) succeeds and he who does not do so fails.

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and he indeed fails who buries it {2}.
Oaths are taken to emphasize that he who purifies his soul by obeying the orders of Allah (SWT) succeeds and he who does not do so fails.
Verse 8 hints at predestination while verses 9 and 10 indicate that man is free to develop or destroy his ‘self’. This hints at free will, the power of decision given to man. This balance is probably spoken of in verse 7. “And the soul and He Who balanced it”. Destiny as the cause and free will as the effect appear to be simultaneous and in equilibrium. Man, unaware of his destiny, is accountable for his decisions.

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Samood denied (the truth) due to their rebellion,
The history of Samood is cited as an example of a community which failed because they disobeyed the orders of Allah (SWT)

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when the most wretched of them broke forth.
The history of Samood is cited as an example of a community which failed because they disobeyed the orders of Allah (SWT)

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The messenger of Allah told them, “”It is the she-camel of Allah, so let her drink.””
The history of Samood is cited as an example of a community which failed because they disobeyed the orders of Allah (SWT)

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But they denied him and slaughtered her so their Fosterer destroyed them due to their sin and thus balanced it (the destruction was equal to their crime).
The history of Samood is cited as an example of a community which failed because they disobeyed the orders of Allah (SWT)

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And He does not fear its consequence. (R 1)
The history of Samood is cited as an example of a community which failed because they disobeyed the orders of Allah (SWT)