List Of Sura's

Saad (Saad)

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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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Saad. By the Quran that contains admonition.
The Quran is full of admonitions.

38-2

No, those who do not believe (consider themselves) among the mighty and are in opposition.
“The attitude and objections of the infidels and the polytheists are mentioned and they are appropriately replied.”

38-3

How many of the generations did We destroy before them, so that they cried out, but that was not the time for escape.
“The attitude and objections of the infidels and the polytheists are mentioned and they are appropriately replied.”

38-4

And they wonder that a warner has come to them from among themselves. And the infidels say, “”This is a magician, a liar.
“The attitude and objections of the infidels and the polytheists are mentioned and they are appropriately replied.”

38-5

Has he made (all) the gods (into) One God? This is certainly a wonderful thing.””
“The attitude and objections of the infidels and the polytheists are mentioned and they are appropriately replied.”

38-6

And the leaders from among them go away (fast, saying) that, “”Walk away (from here), and patiently adhere to your gods, this is certainly the thing that is intended.
“The attitude and objections of the infidels and the polytheists are mentioned and they are appropriately replied.”

38-7

We have not heard of this among other communities, this is nothing but something invented (by him).
“The attitude and objections of the infidels and the polytheists are mentioned and they are appropriately replied.”

38-8

Has the reminder been sent down on him of (all the persons) among us?”” No, they are in doubt about My reminder, no, they have not yet tasted My punishment.
“The attitude and objections of the infidels and the polytheists are mentioned and they are appropriately replied.”

38-9

Or are there with them, the treasures of the mercy of your Fosterer, the Mighty, the One Who grants?
“The attitude and objections of the infidels and the polytheists are mentioned and they are appropriately replied.”

38-10

Or is the kingdom of the skies and the earth and that which is between them, theirs? Then let them rise into the ways (of the sky).
“The attitude and objections of the infidels and the polytheists are mentioned and they are appropriately replied.”

38-11

There! (among them is) an army of the parties which will be defeated.
“The attitude and objections of the infidels and the polytheists are mentioned and they are appropriately replied.”

38-12

Before them the people of Nuh and Aad and Firawn, the possessor of pegs (of his kingdom firmly established), denied.
“The attitude and objections of the infidels and the polytheists are mentioned and they are appropriately replied.”

38-13

And Samood and people of Lut and the inhabitants of the jungle, those (too) were the parties (defeated earlier).
“The attitude and objections of the infidels and the polytheists are mentioned and they are appropriately replied.”

38-14

There was not one (of them) who did not deny the messengers, so (they became) deserving of My retributional (punishment). (R 1)
“The attitude and objections of the infidels and the polytheists are mentioned and they are appropriately replied.”

38-15

And they do not wait for anything but a single loud cry, for which there will be no pause.
“The attitude and objections of the infidels and the polytheists are mentioned and they are appropriately replied.”

38-16

And they say, “”Our Fosterer! hasten on to us our portion before the day of account.””
“The attitude and objections of the infidels and the polytheists are mentioned and they are appropriately replied.”

38-17

Be patient on that which they say. And remember Our servant Dawood the possessor of power, he was certainly one turning (repentantly to Allah).
“Sulaymaan (PBH) : was Dawood’s (PBH) son and inherited his kingdom (38:30 and 27:16) and he was a prophet like Dawood (PBH) who was given the Divine scripture Zabur (4:163) Dawood and Sulaymaan (PBT) were kings as well as messengers of Allah (SWT) which shows that saintly people need not always be poor. Sulaymaan (PBH) was given knowledge, wisdom and judgment (21:78-79 and 27:15). His army consisted of Jinn, human beings and birds (27:17). The wind was at his command (21:81 ). The devils dived for him and did other works too (21:82) and the Jinn worked before him constructing fortresses, images, reservoirs, cooking pots, bowls etc (34:12-13). It appears that copper was used during his period (34:12). He knew the speech of birds (27:16). The bird hoopoe had informed him of a woman who ruled over a place called Saba, whose inhabitants were sun worshippers. Sulayman (PBH) sent a message to her and her people through hoopoe to come to him and surrender as a Muslim. On his invitation she came to him and surrendered as a Muslim.( 27: 20-44 ) When Sulayman (PBH) inquired in his court as to who could get the throne of the Queen of Saba before she came to him surrendering, one Jinn said that he could bring it before Sulayman (PBH) before he rose from his court. But one who had the knowledge of the book (Kitab also means law) or the laws of nature said that he would bring it to him before he blinks his eyes, and he did so (27:38-42). This shows that the Thrown was probably transported from Saba to Sulaymaan’s (PBH) court at light like speed. There are reports that scientists are engaged in making an effort to transport materials at light like speeds. This mode of transportation is known as ‘Tele parcel’. It is said that the object to be transported would first be converted to its electrons, neutrons, protons etc. and then these atomic particles would be made to travel at light like speed, on reaching their destination these particles would be resembled into the original object. Right now we receive television signals from thousands of miles within a fraction of a second, in view of which ‘Tele parcel’ might not be impossible. The important point to be noted here is that the present knowledge of the high speed of atomic particles and photons (3 lakh kilometers per second) appears to have existed even during the days of Sulaymaan (PBH) who himself was given many miraculous powers by Allah (SWT); like control over wind, birds, jinn, devils etc.”

38-18

We had certainly subjected the mountains to glorify (Allah) with him in the evening and at sun rise.
“Sulaymaan (PBH) : was Dawood’s (PBH) son and inherited his kingdom (38:30 and 27:16) and he was a prophet like Dawood (PBH) who was given the Divine scripture Zabur (4:163) Dawood and Sulaymaan (PBT) were kings as well as messengers of Allah (SWT) which shows that saintly people need not always be poor. Sulaymaan (PBH) was given knowledge, wisdom and judgment (21:78-79 and 27:15). His army consisted of Jinn, human beings and birds (27:17). The wind was at his command (21:81 ). The devils dived for him and did other works too (21:82) and the Jinn worked before him constructing fortresses, images, reservoirs, cooking pots, bowls etc (34:12-13). It appears that copper was used during his period (34:12). He knew the speech of birds (27:16). The bird hoopoe had informed him of a woman who ruled over a place called Saba, whose inhabitants were sun worshippers. Sulayman (PBH) sent a message to her and her people through hoopoe to come to him and surrender as a Muslim. On his invitation she came to him and surrendered as a Muslim.( 27: 20-44 ) When Sulayman (PBH) inquired in his court as to who could get the throne of the Queen of Saba before she came to him surrendering, one Jinn said that he could bring it before Sulayman (PBH) before he rose from his court. But one who had the knowledge of the book (Kitab also means law) or the laws of nature said that he would bring it to him before he blinks his eyes, and he did so (27:38-42). This shows that the Thrown was probably transported from Saba to Sulaymaan’s (PBH) court at light like speed. There are reports that scientists are engaged in making an effort to transport materials at light like speeds. This mode of transportation is known as ‘Tele parcel’. It is said that the object to be transported would first be converted to its electrons, neutrons, protons etc. and then these atomic particles would be made to travel at light like speed, on reaching their destination these particles would be resembled into the original object. Right now we receive television signals from thousands of miles within a fraction of a second, in view of which ‘Tele parcel’ might not be impossible. The important point to be noted here is that the present knowledge of the high speed of atomic particles and photons (3 lakh kilometers per second) appears to have existed even during the days of Sulaymaan (PBH) who himself was given many miraculous powers by Allah (SWT); like control over wind, birds, jinn, devils etc.”

38-19

“Sulaymaan (PBH) : was Dawood’s (PBH) son and inherited his kingdom (38:30 and 27:16) and he was a prophet like Dawood (PBH) who was given the Divine scripture Zabur (4:163) Dawood and Sulaymaan (PBT) were kings as well as messengers of Allah (SWT) which shows that saintly people need not always be poor. Sulaymaan (PBH) was given knowledge, wisdom and judgment (21:78-79 and 27:15). His army consisted of Jinn, human beings and birds (27:17). The wind was at his command (21:81 ). The devils dived for him and did other works too (21:82) and the Jinn worked before him constructing fortresses, images, reservoirs, cooking pots, bowls etc (34:12-13). It appears that copper was used during his period (34:12). He knew the speech of birds (27:16). The bird hoopoe had informed him of a woman who ruled over a place called Saba, whose inhabitants were sun worshippers. Sulayman (PBH) sent a message to her and her people through hoopoe to come to him and surrender as a Muslim. On his invitation she came to him and surrendered as a Muslim.( 27: 20-44 ) When Sulayman (PBH) inquired in his court as to who could get the throne of the Queen of Saba before she came to him surrendering, one Jinn said that he could bring it before Sulayman (PBH) before he rose from his court. But one who had the knowledge of the book (Kitab also means law) or the laws of nature said that he would bring it to him before he blinks his eyes, and he did so (27:38-42). This shows that the Thrown was probably transported from Saba to Sulaymaan’s (PBH) court at light like speed. There are reports that scientists are engaged in making an effort to transport materials at light like speeds. This mode of transportation is known as ‘Tele parcel’. It is said that the object to be transported would first be converted to its electrons, neutrons, protons etc. and then these atomic particles would be made to travel at light like speed, on reaching their destination these particles would be resembled into the original object. Right now we receive television signals from thousands of miles within a fraction of a second, in view of which ‘Tele parcel’ might not be impossible. The important point to be noted here is that the present knowledge of the high speed of atomic particles and photons (3 lakh kilometers per second) appears to have existed even during the days of Sulaymaan (PBH) who himself was given many miraculous powers by Allah (SWT); like control over wind, birds, jinn, devils etc.”