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  1. Al-Fatihah (The Opening) [7]
  2. Al-Baqarah (The Cow) [286]
  3. Al-'Imran (The Family of Amran) [200]
  4. An-Nisa' (The Women) [176]
  5. Al-Ma'idah (The Food) [120]
  6. Al-An'am (The Cattle) [165]
  7. Al-A'raf (The Elevated Places) [206]
  8. Al-Anfal (Voluntary Gifts) [75]
  9. Al-Bara'at / At-Taubah (The Immunity) [129]
  10. Yunus (Jonah) [109]
  11. Hud (Hud) [123]
  12. Yusuf (Joseph) [111]
  13. Ar-Ra'd (The Thunder) [43]
  14. Ibrahim (Abraham) [52]
  15. Al-Hijr (The Rock) [99]
  16. An-Nahl (The Bee) [128]
  17. Bani Isra'il (The Israelites) [111]
  18. Al-Kahf (The Cave) [110]
  19. Maryam (Mary) [98]
  20. Ta Ha (Ta Ha) [135]
  21. Al-Anbiya' (The Prophets) [112]
  22. Al-Hajj (The Pilgrimage) [78]
  23. Al-Mu'minun (The Believers) [118]
  24. An-Nur (The Light) [64]
  25. Al-Furqan (The Discrimination) [77]
  26. Ash-Shu'ara' (The Poets) [227]
  27. An-Naml (The Naml) [93]
  28. Al-Qasas (The Narrative) [88]
  29. Al-'Ankabut (The Spider) [69]
  30. Ar-Rum (The Romans) [60]
  31. Luqman (Luqman) [34]
  32. As-Sajdah (The Adoration) [30]
  33. Al-Ahzab (The Allies) [73]
  34. Al-Saba' (The Saba') [54]
  35. Al-Fatir (The Originator) [45]
  36. Ya Sin (Ya Sin) [83]
  37. As-Saffat (Those Ranging in Ranks) [182]
  38. Sad (Sad) [88]
  39. Az-Zumar (The Companies) [75]
  40. Al-Mu'min (The Believer) [85]
  41. Ha Mim (Ha Mim) [54]
  42. Ash-Shura (Counsel) [53]
  43. Az-Zukhruf (Gold) [89]
  44. Ad-Dukhan (The Drought) [59]
  45. Al-Jathiyah (The Kneeling) [37]
  46. Al-Ahqaf (The Sandhills) [35]
  47. Muhammad (Muhammad) [38]
  48. Al-Fath (The Victory) [29]
  49. Al-Hujurat (The Apartments) [18]
  50. Qaf (Qaf) [45]
  51. Ad-Dhariyat (The Scatterers) [60]
  52. At-Tur (The Mountain) [49]
  53. An-Najm (The Star) [62]
  54. Al-Qamar (The Moon) [55]
  55. Ar-Rahman (The Beneficent) [78]
  56. Al-Waqi'ah (The Event) [96]
  57. Al-Hadid (Iron) [29]
  58. Al-Mujadilah (The Pleading Woman) [22]
  59. Al-Hashr (The Banishment) [24]
  60. Al-Mumtahanah (The Woman who is Examined) [13]
  61. As-Saff (The Ranks) [14]
  62. Al-Jumu'ah (The Congregation) [11]
  63. Al-Munafiqun (The Hypocrites) [11]
  64. At-Taghabun (The Manifestation of Losses) [18]
  65. At-Talaq (Divorce) [12]
  66. At-Tahrim (The Prohibition) [12]
  67. Al-Mulk (The Kingdom) [30]
  68. Al-Qalam (The Pen) [52]
  69. Al-Haqqah (The Sure Truth) [52]
  70. Al-Ma'arij (The Ways of Ascent) [44]
  71. Nuh (Noah) [28]
  72. Al-Jinn (The Jinn) [28]
  73. Al-Muzzammil (The One Covering Himself) [20]
  74. Al-Muddaththir (The One Wrapping Himself Up) [56]
  75. Al-Qiyamah (The Resurrection) [40]
  76. Al-Insan (The Man) [31]
  77. Al-Mursalat (Those Sent Forth) [50]
  78. An-Naba' (The Announcement) [40]
  79. An-Nazi'at (Those Who Yearn) [46]
  80. 'Abasa (He Frowned) [42]
  81. At-Takwir (The Folding Up) [29]
  82. Al-Infitar (The Cleaving) [19]
  83. At-Tatfif (Default in Duty) [36]
  84. Al-Inshiqaq (The Bursting Asunder) [25]
  85. Al-Buruj (The Stars) [22]
  86. At-Tariq (The Comer by Night) [17]
  87. Al-A'la (The Most High) [19]
  88. Al-Ghashiyah (The Overwhelming Event) [26]
  89. Al-Fajr (The Daybreak) [30]
  90. Al-Balad (The City) [20]
  91. Ash-Shams (The Sun) [15]
  92. Al-Lail (The Night) [21]
  93. Ad-Duha (The Brightness of the Day) [11]
  94. Al-Inshirah (The Expansion) [8]
  95. At-Tin (The Fig) [8]
  96. Al-'Alaq (The Clot) [19]
  97. Al-Qadr (The Majesty) [5]
  98. Al-Bayyinah (The Clear Evidence) [8]
  99. Al-Zilzal (The Shaking) [8]
  100. Al-'Adiyat (The Assaulters) [11]
  101. Al-Qari'ah (The Calamity) [11]
  102. At-Takathur (The Abundance of Wealth) [8]
  103. Al-'Asr (The Time) [3]
  104. Al-Humazah (The Slanderer) [9]
  105. Al-Fil (The Elephant) [5]
  106. Al-Quraish (The Quraish) [4]
  107. Al-Ma'un (Acts of Kindness) [7]
  108. Al-Kauthar (The Abundance of Good) [3]
  109. Al-Kafirun (The Disbelievers) [6]
  110. An-Nasr (The Help) [3]
  111. Al-Lahab (The Flame) [5]
  112. Al-Ikhlas (The Unity) [4]
  113. Al-Falaq (The Dawn) [5]
  114. An-Nas (The Men) [6]
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Chapter 1: Al Fatihah / The Opening

  1. Praising Allah and believing in His Oneness (1-3)
  2. The Last Day (4)
  3. Worshiping Allah Alone (5)
  4. Seeking help from Allah (5)
  5. Invoking Allah for guidance to the straight path (6)
  6. The path of the good doers (7)
  7. The path of the evil doers (7)

Chapter 2: Al Baqarah / The Cow

  1. Reality of the Quran and people’s different attitudes towards it (1-20)
    1. Quran (1-2)
    2. The Believers (3-5)
    3. The Disbelievers (6-7)
    4. The Hypocrites (8-20)
  2. Servitude to Allah (21-39)
    1. Command to worship Allah alone (21-22)
    2. Authenticity of the Prophet’s message (23-24)
    3. Importance of worshiping Allah alone (25-29)
    4. Story of Adam: The first worshiper on earth (30-39)
  3. Submission to Allah (40-152)
    1. A negative example (40-103)
    2. Attitude of Children of Israel towards religion (104-123)
    3. Story of Qiblah (143-150)
  4. Comprehensive of Worship (151-242)
    1. Remembering Allah and being thankful to Him (151-152)
    2. Patience and prayer (153-157)
    3. Symbols of Allah and Monotheism (158-163)
    4. Contemplation – Loving and obeying Allah (164-176)
    5. Righteousness – Legal retribution, Bequests (177-182)
    6. Fasting & New moons (183-189)
    7. Self-defence (190-195)
    8. Hajj & Umrah (196-203)
    9. Various examples of people’s worship (204-214)
    10. Questions and answers (215-220)
      1. Spending
      2. Sacred Months
      3. Intoxicants & Gambling
      4. Orphans
    11. Rulings on family matters (221-242)
  5. Worship leads to glory and progress (243-252)
  6. Greatness of Allah (253-260)
    1. His favor of sending Messengers and provision to people (253-254)
    2. Ayat Al-Kursy (255)
    3. Freedom of belief and Allah’s special protection to the believers (256-257)
    4. Examples of Allah’s Greatness (258-260)
  7. Charity & Finance (261-283)
  8. Keeping firm on sound worship and beliefs (284-286)

Chapter 3: Ali Imran / The Family of Imran

  1. Introduction to the dialogue with the People of the Scriptures (1-63)
    1. Heavenly Books are for guidance and trial (1-9)
    2. Bad consequence of disbelief (10-13)
    3. Reality of worldly life (14-18)
    4. Islam is the religion to be followed (19-32)
    5. Story of Mary & Jesus (33-63)
  2. A word that is equitable between us and you (64-120)
    1. Ibrahim was submitting to Allah alone (64-68)
    2. Parties of the People of the Scriptures (69-80)
    3. Covenant of the Prophets (81-92)
    4. Fabrication of the Children of Israel (93-99)
    5. The best nation (100-110)
    6. Conditions of the People of the Scriptures (111-115)
    7. Recompense of disbelievers (116-120)
  3. Battles of Badr and Uhud (121-129)
  4. Keeping firm on Islam (130-200)
    1. The believers’ duties and trials (130-141)
    2. Reasons for the Muslim defeat in Uhud (142-158)
    3. Some attributes of Prophet Muhammad (159-164)
    4. More reasons for defeating in Uhud (165-168)
    5. The martyrs’ rank (169-174)
    6. Warning against Satan (175-179)
    7. Consequence of miserliness (180-184)
    8. Real success & Value of patience (185-186)
    9. Blameworthy dispraised attributes (187-188)
    10. Importance of contemplation (189-195)
    11. Don’t be deceived by the affluence of the disbelievers (196-197)
    12. Reward of the pious (198-200)

Chapter 4: An Nisa / The Women

  1. Social observance of righteousness (1-36)
    1. Unity of humanity, command of fearing Allah, and worth of ties of kinship (1)
    2. Rules related to orphans and their guardians (2)
    3. Restriction on number of wives (3)
    4. Marriage and the rights of women (4)
    5. Rules related to the weak-minded and their guardians (5-6)
    6. Laws of inheritance (7-12)
    7. Reward of the obedient and punishment of the disobedient (13-16)
    8. Repentance (17-18)
    9. Rights of women (19-25)
    10. Major aspects of Allah’s bounties (26-28)
    11. Inviolability of people’s wealth and souls (29-33)
    12. Laws of family and social solidarity (34-36)
  2. Worship related Issues (37-59)
    1. Warning against stinginess and showing-off (37-42)
    2. Some prerequisites for the validity of prayer (43)
    3. A negative example (44-55)
    4. Reward and punishment (56-57)
    5. Trustworthiness, justice, and obedience to Allah and His Messenger (58-59)
  3. Strive for protecting rights of the weak (60-104)
    1. The hypocrites’ claims and positions (60-68)
    2. Position of the faithful (69-70)
    3. Fighting and faults (71-84)
    4. intercession for good or evil causes and responding to greetings (85-87)
    5. Instructions on the way of dealing with the hypocrites (88-91)
    6. Killing by mistake and deliberate murder (92-93)
    7. Unbiased fights (94-100)
    8. Shortening the prayer and the way of offering it in war (101-104)
  4. Fairness (105-136)
    1. Judging between people according to Allah’s just laws (105-109)
    2. Allah’s infinite mercy and great favor (110-113)
    3. Dangers of the misuse of the tongue, shirk, and Satan (114-121)
    4. Reward is not obtained by man’s wishful thinking (122-126)
    5. Doing justice to women and orphans (127-130)
    6. Allah’s Oneness and His command to keep firm on true belief (131-136)
  5. Categories of people (137-176)
    1. The hypocrites’ attributes and ruling on the public mention of evil (137-149)
    2. The disbelievers’ deeds and their recompense (150-152)
    3. Children of Israel (153-162)
    4. Unity of Allah’s Messengers and their calls (163-166)
    5. Danger of persistence in disbelief (167-170)
    6. Christians and the prohibition of excess in religion (171-173)
    7. Reward of the true believers who firmly adhere to Allah (174-175)
    8. A social observance of righteousness (176)

Chapter 5: Al Ma’idah / The Banquet Table

  1. Legislations (1-6)
    1. Contracts (1)
    2. Offerings to Allah, pilgrims, and inviolable months (2)
    3. Food (3-5)
    4. Ritual bath, ablution, and dry ablution (6)
  2. The Covenant (7-32)
    1. Allah’s covenant, favors, and command of doing Justice (7-11)
    2. Some conditions of the People of the SCriptures (12-19)
    3. One aspect of Moses’ experience with the Jews (20-26)
    4. Adam’s two sons (27-31)
    5. Inviolability of the human soul (32)
  3. Ordained punishment (33-40)
    1. Punishment of highway robbery (33-34)
    2. Fearing Allah and drawing close to Him vs. disbelieving in Him (35-37)
    3. Punishment of theft (38)
    4. Repentance (39-40)
  4. The obligation to judge by what Allah has revealed (41-50)
    1. Jews and the Torah (41-45)
    2. Jesus and the Gospel (46-47)
    3. Muhammad and the Quran (48-50)
  5. Allies (51-86)
    1. Muslims’ allies are Allah, His Messenger, and true believers (51-58)
    2. Practices and beliefs of the People of the Scriptures (59-76)
    3. Exceeding limits in religion and following whims (77-81)
    4. A positive and a negative example (82-86)
  6. Laws (87-108)
    1. Good things which Allah has made lawful (87-88)
    2. Rulings on oaths (89)
    3. Wine, gambling and some other prohibited practices (90-93)
    4. Hunting (94-100)
    5. Directions to the believers (101-105)
    6. Testimony at the time of bequest (106-108)
  7. Checking contracts on the Day of Resurrection (109-120)
    1. Questioning Messengers on the Day of Resurrection about their peoples’ response (109)
    2. A reminder of miracles of Jesus and the story of the table (110-115)
    3. A dialogue between Jesus and His Lord on the Day of Resurrection (116-118)
    4. Good consequence of the truthful (119-120)

Chapter 6: Al Ana’m / Livestock

  1. Allah’s power and the disbelievers’ stubbornness and recompense (1-47)
    1. Signs for Allah’s omnipotence and the disbelievers’ dismissal (1-21)
    2. The deniers’ different positions on the Day of Resurrection (22-32)
    3. A solace to the Prophet (33-39)
    4. The polytheists’ attitudes in ease and hardship and their recompense (40-47)
  2. The Prophets’ mission and guidance (48-94)
    1. The Prophets’ mission and peoples’ different responses to them (48-58)
    2. Allah’s might and profound knowledge (59-67)
    3. Turning away from the mockers (68-73)
    4. Ibrahim’s dialogue with his father and people (74-83)
    5. Prophets are good examples to be followed (84-94)
  3. Fair discourse with disbelievers (95-117)
    1. Proofs from universe and life for the oneness of Allah (95-107)
    2. Prohibition of reviling false gods vs. rigidity of disbelievers (108-117)
  4. Lawful and unlawful slaughtered animals (118-121)
  5. Comparison between states of believers and disbelievers (122-144)
    1. People living in darkness and other leading lightened lives (122-127)
    2. Scenes from the hereafter (128-135)
    3. Fabricated lies of the disbelievers (136-144)
  6. Guidelines (145-165)
    1. Prohibited meat from Muslims and Jews (145-147)
    2. Dispelling disbelievers’ misconceptions (148-150)
    3. Principal virtues and vices in Islam (151-153)
    4. Heavenly Books (154-157)
    5. Death and Day of Resurrection (158-160)
    6. Worshiping Allah sincerely and being thankful to Him (161-165)

Chapter 7: Al A’raf / The Heights

  1. Duty towards the Quran (1-9)
  2. Story of the Start (10-37)
    1. Adam and Satan (10-25)
    2. Four calls to the children of Adam (26-37)
  3. Story of the End (38-53)
    1. Dwellers of Hellfire (38-41)
    2. Dwellers of Paradise (42-45)
    3. Men on raised platforms (46-53)
  4. Allah’s Might (54-58)
  5. Prophets’ stories and a united call to the Oneness of Allah (59-137)
    1. Story of Prophet Nuh (59-64)
    2. Story of Prophet Hud (65-72)
    3. Story of Prophet Salih (73-79)
    4. Story of Prophet Lut (80-84)
    5. Story of Prophet Shu’ayb (85-93)
    6. Commentary (94-102)
    7. Story of Prophet Musa (103-137)
  6. Children of Israel (138-171)
    1. A request and a reminder (138-141)
    2. The divine appointment with Musa and the revelation of Torah (142-147)
    3. The story of the calf and Musa’s position on it (148-156)
    4. Allah’s instructions to the children of Israel (157-162)
    5. The matter of the Sabbath and Allah’s signs (163-171)
  7. Covenant and heedlessness (172-206)
    1. Covenant that Allah took from the children of Adam (172-174)
    2. A parable for people who are given the signs of Allah but disbelieve in them (175-178)
    3. Heedlessness and its remedy (179-188)
    4. Nature of polytheists and invalidity of polytheism (189-198)
    5. Guidelines to the Prophet and the believers (199-206)

Chapter 8: Al Anfal / The Spoils of War

  1. Divine laws of victory (1-30)
    1. Ruling on bounties of war and attributes of the believers (1-4)
    2. Preparation for the battle of Badr (5-8)
    3. Allah’s soldiers (9-14)
    4. Main factors of victory (15-29)
    5. The plans polytheists’ against the Prophet and the punishment for them (30-40)
  2. Material laws of victory (41-75)
    1. Division of the bounties of war (41)
    2. The blessing of victory and Allah’s encompassing knowledge (42-44)
    3. Commands to stand firm in the battlefield, remember Allah much, and not to dispute (45-46)
    4. Ostentation = The Satan’s deception – The practices of the hypocrites (47-49)
    5. The disbelievers’ final consequence, their treachery, and the way to handle them (50-59)
    6. Preparation of forces, inclination to peace, and harmony between the believers’ hearts (60-64)
    7. Rulings on battle, captivity, and bounties of war (65-71)
    8. Command to keep the unique bond of Islam (72-75)

Chapter 9: At Tawbah / Repentance

  1. Treaties & Mosques (1-19)
    1. Treaties (1-16)
    2. Mosques (17-19)
  2. Striving in the cause of Allah & the Campaign of Hunayn (20-29)
  3. People of the Scriptures (30-35)
  4. The Sacred Months and the polytheists’ violation of their laws (36-37)
  5. The Campaign of Tabuk (38-119)
    1. The command to go forth in the cause of Allah (38-41)
    2. Attributes of the hypocrites, degrees of the believers, and Zakah (42-102)
    3. Charity, accountability, and the hypocrites’ worst deception (103-110)
    4. Profitable trade, qualifications for receiving good tiding, and asking for forgiveness (111-116)
    5. Allah’s forgiveness for the true believers who endured the hardship of Tabuk (117-119)
  6. Virtues of Medina and seeking knowledge and some attributes of the Prophet (120-129)
    1. Virtues of Medina and seeking knowledge (120-123)
    2. Positions of the believers and the hypocrites on revelation (124-127)
    3. Some attributes of Prophet Muhammad (128-129)

Chapter 10: Yunus / Jonah

  1. Proofs for monotheism and categorization of people into believers and disbelievers (1-23)
    1. Proofs of monotheism (1-6)
    2. Recompense of believers and disbelievers (7-10)
    3. Characters of people and Allah’s established ways (11-14)
    4. Polytheists’ unreasonable requests (15-20)
    5. Monotheism is the innate pure nature of people (21-23)
  2. Real value of worldly life, scenes form the Last Day, and discussions with disbelievers (24-39)
    1. The best example of the worldly life (24)
    2. Awakening peoples’ desire for Paradise and frightening them of Hellfire (25-30)
    3. Discussions for proving the truth (31-38)
  3. Rejecting the truth and its final outcome (39-56)
    1. The polytheists’ attitude toward Quran and Prophet Muhammad (39-43)
    2. Threatening the polytheists (44-47)
    3. The polytheists’ denial of Allah’s torment will never save them from punishment (48-52)
    4. The polytheists’ big regret on the Day of Resurrection (53-56)
  4. Religious facts (57-70)
    1. Objectives of the Quran and its laws (57-60)
    2. Allah’s comprehensive knowledge and reward of the most pious (61-64)
    3. Honor and dominion belong to Allah entirely (65-67)
    4. Allah does not have a son (68-70)
  5. Messengers (71-98)
    1. Story of Prophet Nuh (71-73)
    2. Different messengers sent to their people after Prophet Nuh (74)
    3. Story of Prophets Musa and Harun with Pharaoh and the children of Israel (75-93)
    4. Affirming the authenticity of the Quran and threatening its deniers (94-97)
    5. Story of Yunus (98)
  6. Dogmatic directions (99-109)
    1. Allah’s ability to do whatever He wills (99-103)
    2. Oneness of Allah (104-107)
    3. Following the right religion, practicing it, and being patient with that (108-109)

Chapter 11: Hud / Hud

  1. Realities of faith (1-16)
    1. Quran and the polytheists’ attitude towards it and resurrection (1-7)
    2. The attitude of the believers and the polytheists toward favors and hardships (8-11)
    3. The Prophet’s feeling of discomfort because of the polytheists’ behavior and Allah’s guidance to him (12)
    4. Proven authenticity of the Quran (13-14)
    5. The consequence of desiring solely the reward of this world (15-16)
  2. The two parties (17-24)
  3. Messengers’ stories (25-99)
    1. Story of Nuh (25-49)
    2. Story of Hud (50-60)
    3. Story of Salih (61-68)
    4. Story of Ibrahim (69-76)
    5. Story of Lut (77-83)
    6. Story of Shu’ayb (84-95)
    7. Story of Musa (96-99)
  4. Commentary on the Messengers’ stories (100-123)
    1. Injustice (100-102)
    2. Scenes from the Day of Resurrection and divine solace to the Prophet (103-109)
    3. Warning against differing in the books of Allah (110-111)
    4. Means for achieving success in the world and the hereafter (112-115)
    5. Allah’s way in destroying the previous unjust nations (116-119)
    6. The objective of Quranic stories (120)
    7. Practical benefits from the stories of messengers (121-123)

Chapter 12: Yusuf / Joseph

  1. Prophet Yusuf’s childhood (1-21)
    1. Prophet Yusuf’s dread (1-6)
    2. Prophet Yusuf’s brothers and the extreme danger of jealousy (7-9)
    3. Bottom of the well & Prophet Yusuf’s rescue at the hands of Egypt’s governor (10-21)
  2. Prophet Yusuf’s youth (22-42)
    1. The unsuccessful try of the governor’s wife to seduce Prophet Yusuf (22-34)
    2. The prison (35-42)
  3. Prophet Yusuf’s manhood (43-101)
    1. The king’s true dream & Prophet Yusuf’s appointment over the storehouses of the land (43-57)
    2. The coming of the Prophet Yusuf’s brother & Prophet Yusuf’s plan to take his full-brother (58-82)
    3. Prophet Yusuf’s brothers return to their father, his grief, good patience, and great hope in Allah’s mercy (83-87)
    4. Prophet Yusuf’s brothers’ third coming to him, their recognition of him, and his pardon to them (88-92)
    5. Ya`qub’s return once again seeing & Yusuf’s family move to stay with him (93-101)
  4. Commentary (102-111)
    1. Yusuf’s story is a proof for the truthfulness of Muhammad’s prophecy (102-104)
    2. The polytheists’ renouncement of the truth and Allah’s threat to them (105-107)
    3. The Prophet’s clear way and Allah’s course in supporting His Messengers and punishing the criminals (108-110)
    4. Wisdom of Quranic stories (111)

Chapter 13: Ar Ra`d / Thunder

  1. Knowing Allah (1-17)
    1. Allah’s written signs (1)
    2. Allah’s visual signs (2-16)
    3. An example for truth, falsehood, and their peoples (17)
  2. Covenant of Allah (18-27)
    1. Those who fulfill it (18-24)
    2. Those who break it (25)
    3. Provision, guidance, and remembrance of Allah (26-29)
  3. Quran, Prophet Muhammad, and the people (30-32)
  4. Ends of the pious and the polytheists & warning against personal deviated inclinations (33-37)
    1. Etiquettes of houses (58-61)
    2. Etiquettes with Prophet Muhammad (62-63)
  5. Strengthening the Prophet’s heart (38-43)
    1. Facts about Messengers (38)
    2. No one can change Allah’s decision (39-41)
    3. To Allah belongs the plan entirely (42-43)

Chapter 14: Ibrahim / Abraham

  1. Quran, Messengers & their mission (1-4)
  2. Nature of the conflict between people of truth and people of falsehood (5-14)
    1. Story of Prophet Musa with his people (5-8)
    2. Prophets Nuh, `Aad, Thamud, and those who came before them (9)
    3. The polytheists’ stubbornness and oppression and the Prophets’ reliance on Allah and His support to them (10-14)
  3. Scenes from the hereafter (15-27)
    1. The obstinate tyrant (15-17)
    2. Example of the disbelievers in Allah (18)
    3. Allah; the Most Merciful Creator (19-20)
    4. The weak and the arrogant (21)
    5. Satan’s speech on the Day of Resurrection (22)
    6. Those who believed and did righteous deeds (23)
    7. The good word and the bad word (24-26)
    8. The firm word (27)
  4. The favors of Allah (28-34)
    1. Those who exchanged the favors of Allah for disbelief (28-30)
    2. The believers and spending in the cause of Allah (31)
    3. No one can enumerate the favors of Allah (32-34)
  5. The obedient and the wrongdoers (35-52)
    1. Prophet Ibrahim and his supplications to Allah (35-41)
    2. Miserable destiny for the wicked (42-52)

Chapter 15: Al Hijr / The Stony Ground

  1. Historical attitude of disbelievers (1-15)
    1. The disbelievers’ position on the Quran and Allah’s preservation of it (1-9)
    2. The previous nations’ denial of their Messengers (10-15)
  2. Allah’s power and Satan’s arrogance (16-44)
    1. Some manifestations of Allah’s power (16-25)
    2. The creation of man and jinn (26-27)
    3. Satan’s refusal to prostrate to Adam (28-31)
    4. A dialogue between Satan and Allah (32-44)
  3. Reward of the pious in the hereafter (46-48)
  4. Worldly rewards and punishments (49-84)
    1. Make good balance between fearing Allah and longing for His mercy (49-50)
    2. Good tiding given to Prophet Ibrahim (51-56)
    3. Punishment given to the people of Prophet Lut (57-77)
    4. Punishment given to the people of Prophet Shu`ayb (78-79)
    5. Punishment given to the people of Prophet Salih (80-84)
  5. Divine commentary, instructions, and support (85-99)
    1. Sound faith & gracious forgiveness (85-86)
    2. Al-Fatihah and the Great Quran (87)
    3. Contentment, optimism, and kindness (88)
    4. Accountability (89-93)
    5. A devoted Prophet and a Sufficient Lord (94-99)

Chapter 16: An Nahl / The Bee

  1. Examples of Allah’s favours on man (1-18)
  2. Messengers and people’s attitudes towards them (19-48)
    1. The arrogant (19-29)
    2. Those who fear Allah (30-32)
    3. Threatening the polytheists (33-34)
    4. Some deviations of the polytheists (35-40)
    5. Reward of the immigrants (41-42)
    6. Reality of the messengers and their mission (43-44)
    7. Danger of evil deeds and the fact that all creatures surrender to Allah (45-50)
    8. Some bad practices of the polytheists (51-64)
  3. The polytheists recognize the favors of Allah but deny them (65-83)
  4. Day of Resurrection, way to good life, and the Quran (84-105)
    1. Punishment of the atheists, the wrong doers, and the polytheists in the hereafter (84-88)
    2. Every messenger will be a witness over his nation (89)
    3. Qualifications for good life (90-97)
    4. Seeking refuge in Allah from Satan before starting Quran recitation (98-100)
    5. The liars, their claims against the Quran, and the refutations thereof (101-105)
  5. Reversion from Islam, immigrants, consequence of denying the favors of Allah (106-113)
    1. Reversion from Islam willingly or unwillingly under force while the heart is secure in faith (106-109)
    2. The immigrants and their reward (110-111)
    3. An example for people who denied the favors of Allah (112-113)
  6. Being grateful to Allah (114-119)
    1. Making lawful what Allah has made unlawful and vice versa (114-118)
    2. Repentance (119)
  7. Prophet Ibrahim was grateful for Allah’s favors (120-123)
  8. Guidelines to Prophet Muhammad and the believers (124-128)
    1. Allah will judge all disagreements on the Day of Resurrection (124)
    2. Wisdom, good instruction, and arguing in the best way (125)
    3. Patience, fearing Allah, and doing good deeds (126-128)

Chapter 17: Al Isra’ / The Night Journey

  1. Introduction (1-8)
    1. Isra’ or the Night Journey (1)
    2. The Scripture of Musa and children of Israel (2-8)
  2. Quran (9-60)
    1. Quran and man (9-22)
    2. Instructions (23-39)
    3. Quran and the polytheists (40-60)
  3. The start and the end (61-72)
    1. Adam and Iblees (61-65)
    2. Allah’s favors (66-70)
    3. Scenes from the Day of Resurrection (71-72)
  4. Prophet Muhammad (73-100)
    1. The polytheists’ tries to tempt the Prophet (73-77)
    2. Instructions and guidelines to the Prophet (78-84)
    3. Miraculous nature of the Quran (85-89)
    4. The polytheists’ suspicions about the Prophet and the hereafter and their refutations (90-100)
  5. Concluding verses (101-111)
    1. Prophet Musa (101-104)
    2. The attributes of the Quran & Allah’s Best Names (105-111)

Chapter 18: Al Kahf / The Cave

  1. Praising Allah, bringing of good news, and warning (1-8)
  2. Keeping firm on faith at times of trials (9-31)
    1. Story of the people of the cave (9-26)
    2. Urging the Prophet to recite the Quran and associate patiently with the righteous (27-28)
    3. The ends of the wrong doers and the true believers (29-31)
  3. Temptation of wealth (32-59)
    1. The story of the two men and the two gardens (32-44)
    2. The example of the life of this world (45)
    3. The lasting values and the transient values (46)
    4. Punishment of the wrong doers both in this World and the Hereafter (47-59)
  4. The story of Musa and Al-Khidr (60-82)
  5. The story of Dhul-Qarnayn (83-99)
  6. Glad tiding, warning, and proving the authenticity of revelation (100-110)

Chapter 19: Maryam / Mary

  1. Prophets & the relationship between parents and children (1-57)
    1. Story of Prophet Zakariyya (1-11)
    2. Prophet Yahya (12-15)
    3. Maryam and her pregnancy with Prophet `Isa (16-22)
    4. Birth of Prophet `Isa (23-26)
    5. `Isa’s speaking in the cradle (27-33)
    6. Reality of Prophet `Isa (34-36)
    7. Disagreement of the factions of the People of the Scripture over the matter of `Isa and their status on the Day of Resurrection (37-40)
    8. Story of Prophet Ibrahim with his father (41-47)
    9. Prophet Ibrahim’s leaving of his people and those who invoked other than Allah (48-50)
    10. Characteristics of Prophets Musa and Ismael (51-55)
    11. Characteristics of Prophet Idris (56-57)
    12. Other Prophets from among the descendants of Adam, Nuh, Ibrahim, and Israel (58)
    13. Conditions of the successors that came after the Prophet 59-65
  2. The deniers of Resurrection, their punishment, and attitudes (66-75)
  3. Reward of the guided (76)
  4. Annulling plurality of deities and the ascription of sons to Allah (77-95)
  5. Conclusion (96-98)
    1. Affection is put for those who believe and act righteously (96)
    2. Quran is made easy in the Prophet’s (Arabic) language (97)
    3. A threat to the beliers (98)

Chapter 20: Ta Ha / Ta Ha

  1. The mission of the Quran and the attributes of the One Who sent it down (1-8)
  2. Story of Prophet Musa (9-99)
    1. Musa’s conversation with his Lord at the Holy Valley (9-16)
    2. Musa’s miracles (17-23)
    3. Allah’s command to Musa to call Pharaoh to the path of Allah and Musa’s response to this (24-36)
    4. Reminding Musa of Allah’s bounties on him before prophethood (37-41)
    5. Charging Musa and his brother, Harun, to call Pharaoh to the path of Allah (42-48)
    6. Conversation between Musa and Pharaoh (49-55)
    7. Pharaoh’s sorcerers challenge to Musa and the result of this challenge (56-76)
    8. Pharaoh drowning along with his hosts (77-82)
    9. As-Samiry misleads the Children of Israel and Musa gets angry (83-99)
  3. The punishment of those who turn away from the Quran and some spectacles from the Day of Resurrection (100-114)
  4. The story of the angels bowing down to the ground before Adam and warning him against Satan (115-127)
  5. Taking lessons from previous nations (128-129)
  6. Directions to the Prophet (130-132)
    1. Patience and glorification of Allah (130)
    2. Content (131)
    3. Commanding his family to observe prayer (132)
  7. The stubbornness of the polytheists and its consequences (133-135)

Chapter 21: Al Anbiya / The Prophets

  1. The Day of Resurrection, the human nature of the messengers, and the Oneness of Allah (1-33)
    1. The fact that most people are heedless of the reckoning (1-6)
    2. Messengers are not but human beings (7-10)
    3. Warning against eradicative punishment (11-20)
    4. Rational evidence for the falsity of polytheism (21-24)
    5. Monotheism was the common creed of all Prophets (25-29)
    6. Proofs for the Oneness of the Almighty Allah (30-33)
  2. Allah sets firm His prophets, delivers them, and answers their prayers (34-95)
    1. Some of the attitudes of the polytheists towards Prophet Muhammad and threatening them (34-47)
    2. Musa and Harun: The guidance of the Torah and the Quran (48-50)
    3. Story of Ibrahim with his people and Allah’s grant to him (51-73)
    4. Story of Lut and his people (74-75)
    5. Story of Nuh and his people (76-77)
    6. Dawoud and Sulayman (78-82)
    7. Ayyoub (83-84)
    8. Ismael, Idris and Dhul Kifl (85-86)
    9. Yunus (87-88)
    10. Zakariyyah (peace be upon him) (89-90)
    11. `Isa and his mother were evidence fro the power of Allah> (91)
    12. The unity of the Prophets’ call and the different attitudes of people toward them (92-95)
  3. Signs of the Day of Resurrection & the punishment therein (96-103)
    1. Gog and Magog (96)
    2. Punishing the disbelievers and rewarding the believers (97-103)
    3. Rolling up the heavens and inheriting the earth (104-106)
  4. Description of Prophet Muhammad, his mission, and threatening those who turn away form him (107-112)
    1. Mercy for all the worlds (107)
    2. His reception of the revelation and calling people to worship Allah alone who has no partners (108)
    3. Wisdom behind delaying the punishment for the polytheists- Prophets did now know the unseen (109-111)
    4. Threatening the polytheists- commanding the Prophet to seek judgment and help from Allah (112)

Chapter 22: Al Hajj / The Pilgrimage

  1. The Day of Resurrection and people’s attitude towards it (1-24)
    1. Horrors of the Day of Resurrection and some proofs for that Day (1-7)
    2. People’s attitude towards divine guidance (8-14)
    3. Discussion with those who are desperate for triumph (15-16)
    4. Divine justice between different parties (17-18)
    5. The recompense of both the disbelievers and the believers (19-24)
  2. Al-Hajj (25-37)
    1. The Sacred Mosque and its status (25-26)
    2. The obligation of Hajj (27-29)
    3. The goal of honoring the sacred rites of Allah (30-33)
    4. For each faith community there are sacred rites (34-35)
  3. Striving in the cause of Allah (38-70)
    1. Allah defends the believers & legitimacy of fighting (38-41)
    2. Taking lessons from the destruction of the old people (42-48)
    3. People’s attitude towards messengers and toward the Quran (49-57)
    4. The reward of the Emigres (58-60)
    5. Proofs for divine power (61-66)
    6. Nations have different rituals and act of worship (67-70)
  4. Dogmatic issues (71-78)
    1. Polytheists’ worship of idols (71-73)
    2. Honoring Allah and professing His Oneness and Choice (74-76)
    3. The religion of your father Ibrahim. Allah named you Muslims before (77-78)

Chapter 23: Al Mu’minun / The Faithful

  1. Qualities and the reward of the believers (1-11)
  2. Manifestations of the power of Allah and affirmation of Resurrection (12-22)
  3. Prophets’ call to Allah’s path (23-56)
    1. Story of Nuh (23-30)
    2. Story of Hud (31-41)
    3. Prophets sent in the period between Hud and Musa (42-44)
    4. Story of Musa and Harun and that of `Isa (45-50)
    5. Directions to messengers and the oneness of their faith (51-52)
    6. People’s disagreement after messenger (53-56)
    7. Some qualities of the believers (57-62)
  4. Polytheists (63-92)
    1. Their characteristics, deeds, and punishment (63-77)
    2. Some of the manifestations of Allah’s power (78-80)
    3. Their denial of resurrection and the answer to that (81-92)
  5. Conclusion (93-118)
    1. Divine directions to the last messenger (93-98)
    2. Death and spectacles from the Day of Resurrection (99-115)
    3. Oneness of Allah and Supplication (116-118)

Chapter 24: An Nur / The Light

  1. Rulings and prescribed penalties (1-26)
    1. Prescribed penalty for fornication (1-3)
    2. Prescribed penalty for false accusation of committing illicit sexual intercourse (4-5)
    3. Husband’s accusation of his wife committing adultery (6-10)
    4. The story of the wicked slander against the mother of the believers (11-22)
    5. The Hereafter’s punishment for false accusation of committing illicit sexual intercourse (23-26)
  2. Social rules (27-34)
    1. Seeking permission before entering others’ house (27-29)
    2. Lowering gaze and safeguarding chastity – Hijab (30-31)
    3. Marrying unwed youth, chastity and prevention of sexual promiscuity (32-34)
  3. Allah’s light and people’s attitude toward divine guidance (35-55)
    1. Allah is the light of the heavens and the earth (35)
    2. Those who frequently attend mosques and their reward (36-38)
    3. The likeness of the deeds of the disbelievers (39-40)
    4. Some manifestations of the power of Allah (41-46)
    5. The attitude of the hypocrites toward the signs of Allah (47-50)
    6. Obedience of the believers to the ruling of Allah and lies of the hypocrites (51-54)
    7. The established way of Allah in appointing His Slaves as successors in the earth (55-57)
  4. Social etiquettes (58-63)
    1. Etiquettes in the house (58-61)
    2. Etiquettes with Prophet Muhammad (62-63)
  5. Allah’s kingdom knowledge and power (64)

Chapter 25: Al Furqan / The Standard

  1. Attributes of the True God and the incapacity of false gods (1-3)
  2. Refusing the claims of the polytheists and showing their punishment (4-14)
    1. The polytheists’ dubious arguments about the Quran and their refutation (4-6)
    2. The polytheists’ dubious arguments about the Messenger of Allah and their refutation (7-10)
    3. The polytheists’ denial of Resurrection and their punishment for that (11-14)
  3. Reward of the righteous; condition of the polytheists and their consequence (15-44)
    1. Paradise of eternity promised for the righteous (15-16)
    2. Followers of the polytheists and their punishment (17-19)
    3. The established way of Allah in choosing messengers (20)
    4. Stubbornness of the disbelievers and their evil consequence (21-24)
    5. Some of the spectacles of the Day of Resurrection (25-29)
  4. Messenger’s complaint of his peoples’ conducts and giving solace to him (30-62)
    1. Desertion of the Quran (30-31)
    2. Polytheists denounce the gradual sending down of the Quran and the answer to that (32-34)
  5. Stories of some prophets with their people (35-40)
  6. Derision and mockery are the weapons of those unable to provide proofs (41-44)
  7. Universal facts mentioned by the unlettered Prophet are evidence for his prophethood (45-55)
  8. The messenger’s mission and his approach in calling defiant people to the path of Allah (56-62)
  9. Qualities of the slaves of the All-Merciful (63-77)

Chapter 26: Ash Shuara’ / The Poets

  1. Threatening the polytheists because of their turning away from the gracious Quran (1-9)
  2. Message of the Messengers (10-191)
    1. Message of Musa (10-68)
      1. Musa’s call to Pharaoh and his people to believe in Allah (10-22)
      2. Musa’s dialogue with Pharaoh to prove the existence of Allah, the Lord of all the worlds (23-29)
      3. Musa’s miracle (30-33)
      4. Scheme of Pharaoh and the sorcerers (34-42)
      5. Contest between Musa and sorcerers and the latter’s belief in the Almighty Allah (43-51)
      6. Deliverance of Musa and drowning of Pharaoh (52-68)
    2. Message of Ibrahim (69-104)
      1. His debate with his people over idol worship (62-82)
      2. Ibrahim’s prayers (83-89)
      3. Descriptions of the Day of Resurrection in Ibrahim’s prayer (90-104)
    3. Message of Nuh (105-122)
    4. Message of Hud (123-140)
    5. Message of Salih (141-159)
    6. Message of Lut (160-175)
    7. Message of Shu`ayb (176-191)
  3. The Quran and the attitude of the polytheists towards it (192-212)
  4. Principles of calling to Almighty Allah (213-220)
  5. Satan’s descent on liars – Merits of speaking the truth and supporting Islam (221-227)

Chapter 27: An Naml / The Ant

  1. The Quran gives glad tidings to the believers and forewarns the disbelievers (1-6)
  2. Prophets (7-58)
    1. Musa (a.s) (7-14)
    2. Allah’s favors on Dawud and Sulayman (15-19)
      1. Story of Sulayman’s hoopoe (20-28)
      2. Story of Queen Bilqees with Sulayman (29-37)
      3. Sulayman’s superiority in therms of knowledge and power and Bilqees’ belief (38-44)
    3. Salih (45-53)
    4. Lut (54-58)
  3. Establishing the oneness and power of Allah – Allah’s exclusive knowledge of the realms of the unseen (59-66)
  4. The polytheists deem Resurrection far-fetched (67-75)
  5. The Quran and Prophethood (76-81)
  6. Spectacles from the Day of Resurrection, its sign, and people’s conditions therein (82-90)
  7. The mission of the Prophet and those who follow him (91-93)

Chapter 28: Al Qasas / The Tales

  1. Prophet Musa’s story (1-46)
    1. An introduction on supporting the weak (1-6)
    2. Casting Musa into the sea and returning him back to his mother to nurse him (7-13)
    3. Musa reaches puberty and kills a Coptic by mistake and departs from Egypt (14-21)
    4. Musa’s marriage (22-28)
    5. Musa is given prophethood along with supporting miracles (29-32)
    6. Haron’s prophethood (33-37)
    7. The consequence of Pharaoh’s stubborness and arrogance (38-46)
  2. Meccan polytheists belie the messenger and the Quran answers their false arguments (47-51)
  3. Reward and some attributes of the believers from among the People of the Scripture (52-55)
  4. Guidance is from the Almighty Allah and it is He Who refutes the false arguments of the polytheists (56-61)
  5. Reproaching the polytheists and the success of the believers on the Day of Resurrection (62-67)
  6. Some of the attributes of Allah’s Magnificence and Perfection and some of the Manifestations of His Power and Mercy (68-75)
  7. Story of Korah and the lesson from it (76-84)
    1. Temptation of wealth and how it affects man (76-78)
    2. Punishment for Korah’s transgression (79-82)
  8. Divine graces and injunctions to Prophet Muhammad (85-88)
  9. Exalting the Almighty Allah above having a child or a partner (81-87)

Chapter 29: Al Ankabut / The Spider

  1. Allah tests people in this worldly life (1-9)
  2. The hypocrites deceive and the disbelievers belie: threat for both (10-13)
  3. Prophets were put to test (14-40)
    1. Nuh’s story with his people (14-15)
    2. Ibrahim’s story with his people (16-27)
    3. Lut’s story with his people (28-35)
    4. Stories of Shu`ayb, Hud, Salih, and Musa (a.s) with their peoples (36-40)
  4. Patience with tests (41-64)
    1. The likeness of those who took patrons other than Allah (41-43)
    2. Greatness of the divine creation and the legislative clarification (44-45)
    3. Arguing with the People of the Scripture (46-49)
    4. Unreasonable demands by the polytheists (50-55)
    5. Migration and the reward for the patient (56-60)
    6. The polytheists admit the Creator (61-63)
  5. Facts (64-69)
    1. Worldly conditions and the disbelievers attitude towards them (64-67)
    2. The punishment of the disbelievers and the reward of the good doers (68-69)

Chapter 30: Ar Rum / The Romans

  1. Promise for the believers to gain victory (1-7)
  2. Reflection (8-32)
    1. Reflection on the signs of Allah both in oneself and in other creatures (8)
    2. Thinking of the ends of the old people (9-10)
    3. Establishing the inevitable occurrence of Resurrection and showing peoples’ condition then (11-16)
    4. Allah is worthy of praise and exaltation (17-19)
    5. Some proofs for divine power and oneness (20-27)
    6. The corrupt belief of the polytheists in idols (28-29)
    7. Islam is the religion of natural disposition and monotheistic faith (30-32)
  3. The polytheists and the believing multipliers (33-45)
    1. Joy and harm and the reality of the polytheists’ contradiction (33-37)
    2. Urging to fulfill the rights of the needy and forbidding usury (38-39)
    3. Some proofs for monotheism (40)
    4. Recompense of those who sow corruption and those who are pious (41-45)
  4. Sign of Allah (46-59)
    1. Proofs for Allah’s Power and Oneness (46-50)
    2. Ungratefulness toward divine favors (51-53)
    3. Manifestations of Allah’s Power in the creation of man and the stages of his life (54)
    4. The defiant unbelievers and the people of knowledge and faith on the Day of Resurrection (55-57)
    5. The disbelievers’ attitude towards divine signs (58-59)
  5. Urging the Prophet to be patient (60)

Chapter 31: Luqman / Luqman

  1. Merits of the Quran and the people of faith (1-5)
  2. People of jest and people of righteous deeds (6-9)
  3. The creation of the heavens and the earth (9-11)
  4. Luqman the wise, gives commandments to his son (12-19)
    1. Giving thanks to Allah and warning against polytheism and being undutiful to one’s parents (12-15)
    2. Essentials of faith and principles of divine law and ethics (16-19)
  5. The attitude of both the believers and the unbelievers toward the bounties of Allah (20-24)
    1. The disbeliever’s ingratitude and their reproach (20-21)
    2. The believers grasp the firmest handhold (22)
    3. Giving solace to Prophet Muhammad (23-24)
  6. Proofs of the divine power and the polytheists’ ungratefulness (25-32)
    1. The polytheists admit that Allah is the Creator of the heavens and the earth (25-26)
    2. Allah’s words will never be exhausted (27)
    3. Resurrection is as easy for Allah as creation (28)
    4. Succession of night and day, subjugation of the sun and the moon and the running of ships (29-31)
    5. The polytheists’ contradiction and ungratefulness (32)
  7. Allah’s call to all human beings (33-34)

Chapter 32: As Sajdah / The Prostration

  1. The sending down of the Quran and the origination of creation (1-9)
  2. The polytheists’ denial of Resurrection and their condition on it (10-14)
  3. The believers and the defiantly disobedient are not equal in the sight of Allah (15-22)
  4. The high status of patience and certainty of Allah’s signs (23-25)
  5. Faculties of hearing and seeing and believing in the power of Allah (26-27)
  6. The time when it is too late for the polytheists to believe (28-29)
  7. Divine directions to Prophet Muhammad (30)

Chapter 33: Al Ahzab / The Allied Forces

  1. Commandments and rulings (1-8)
    1. Divine directions to Prophet Muhammad (1-3)
    2. Prohibition of zihar and adoption (4-5)
    3. The Prophet is the guardian of all believers and the rights of blood relatives (6)
    4. The covenant taken from Prophets and its consequences (7-8)
  2. The Battle of the Federated Clans (9-25)
    1. The federated clans and the hypocrites united (9-15)
    2. Reproaching and censuring the hypocrites (16-20)
    3. The believers re guided in fighting and in all other affairs (21-24)
    4. The end of the battle (25)
  3. The Battle of Banu Quaryzah (26-27)
  4. Directions (28-35)
    1. Etiquettes and guidelines to the wives of the Prophet (28-34)
    2. Central attributes of the Muslim personality (35)
  5. Practical application (36-44)
    1. Submission to the command of Allah and proclamation of the truth fearing none but Allah alone (36-39)
    2. Following the example of the last Prophet (40)
    3. Remembering Allah much (41-42)
    4. Benefits of constant remembrance of Allah (43-44)
  6. Different aspects of the Prophet’s mission and some of his specificities (45-55)
  7. The command to send blessings on the Prophet and the prohibition of hurting him or any of the believers (56-58)
  8. Hijab and punishment of the hypocrites and the disbelievers (59-68)
  9. Admonitions to Muslim society (69-71)
  10. The trust of religion (72-73)

Chapter 34: Saba / Sheba

  1. Resurrection (1-9)
    1. Establishing Resurrection (1-3)
    2. The attitude of both the believers and the disbelievers toward it and towards prophethood (4-9)
  2. Two civilizations (10-21)
    1. A civilization of faith (10-14)
    2. A civilization that has not submitted itself to Allah (15-21)
  3. False god and their worshipers (22-45)
    1. False god can’t intercede (22-27)
    2. Ignorance is a reason for turning away from the Prophet (28)
    3. Punishment inevitably befalls the polytheists at an unchanged time (29-30)
    4. Conversation between the leaders and the followers in the Hereafter (31-33)
    5. The nature of the affluent, their response to their messengers and the refutation of their arguments (34-39)
    6. The lives of the disbelievers in the worldly life and their condition on the Day of Resurrection (40-44)
    7. Allah’s way in dealing with those who belie His Messengers (45)
  4. An admonition for building civilization in the worldly life and attaining salvation in the Hereafter (46-54)

Chapter 35: Fatir / The Initiator

  1. Allah’s worth of all praise; His creation and mercy (1-2)
  2. Reminding of Allah’s Grace and giving solace to the Messenger (3-4)
  3. Warning against delusion and showing its reasons (5-8)
  4. The signs of Allah in the universe (9-14)
    1. A live example for the possibility of Resurrection (9)
    2. The way to honor and the end of those who make evil schemes (10)
    3. Phases of the creation of man (11)
    4. Sea and celestial worlds (12-13)
    5. The inability of the false gods and their denunciation of their worshipers (14)
  5. Allah is sufficient above any need for His creatures and He does justice to them all (15-26)
    1. All creatures are in need of Allah (15-17)
    2. None will carry the sinful load of another (18)
    3. They can never be equal (19-22)
    4. The great mission of the Prophet (23-24)
    5. The established way of Allah in dealing with the disbelievers (25-26)
    6. People who have knowledge (27-28)
  6. The grace of the Quran and the destiny of both the believers and the disbelievers (29-37)
    1. The reward of those who recite Quran and act upon it (29-30)
    2. It is the truth confirming what was before it (31)
    3. The best inheritance and the different degrees of Muslims’ benefiting from it (32)
    4. The great bounty (33-35)
    5. The end of the disbelievers (36-37)
  7. He just defers them to a predetermined term (38-45)
    1. Manifestations of the greatness of Allah and proofs for His power (38-41)
    2. Arrogance is a reason for turning away from the truth (42-43)
    3. An invitation to travel through the land and take lessons (44-45)

Chapter 36: Yasin / Ya Seen

  1. Sending down the Quran to the Prophet for forewarning and giving glad tidings (1-12)
  2. The story of the People of the Town (13-19)
  3. The believing man calls his people to follow the messengers (20-32)
  4. Some proofs for the power of Allah (33-44)
  5. The disbelievers turn away from the truth and shut their eyes against guidance (45-47)
  6. The polytheists deny Resurrection and deem the Hour of Doom far-fetched (48-54)
  7. The reward of the righteous (55-58)
  8. The punishment of the defiant disbelievers (59-68)
  9. Establishing the existence and Oneness of Allah (69-76)
  10. Establishing the decisive proof for the creed of Resurrection and rise of the dead (77-83)

Chapter 37: As Saffat / The Rows

  1. Some proofs for the divine Oneness and ability to cause the dead to rise (1-21)
    1. Declaration of the Oneness of Almighty Allah (1-10)
    2. Establishing the creed of the gathering of people and the rise of the dead (11-21)
  2. The conditions of the polytheists in the Hereafter (22-36)
    1. Being questioned reproachfully (22-26)
    2. Blaming one another (27-32)
    3. The reason of their destiny (33-36)
  3. The recompense of the believers and the disbelievers (37-61)
  4. Kinds of punishment in the Hellfire (62-74)
  5. The messengers convey of the message of Allah, their supplication to Him and His support to them (75-148)
    1. Nuh (75-82)
    2. Ibrahim (83-113)
      1. Breaking down idols – Allah’s safeguard to him against the schemes of the enemies (83-98)
      2. Giving him the glad tidings of Isma`iel and Ishaq and commanding him to slaughter the former (99-113)
    3. Allah’s support to Musa and Harun (114-122)
    4. Ilyas’ mission and Allah’s favor upon him (123-132)
    5. Allah delivers Lut and Yunus (133-148)
  6. Arguing the creed of the polytheists (149-170)
  7. Victory is for the hosts of Allah (171-182)

Chapter 38: Sawd / Sawd

  1. Conditions of those who belie the messengers (1-16)
    1. The attitude of the disbelievers towards the Quran and their wonder at Islam (1-11)
    2. Reminding the disbelievers of the punishment that befell their predecessors (12-16)
  2. The chosen and the outstanding (17-48)
    1. Allah’s favor over Dawud, his judgment between people in disputes, and Allah’s instructions to him (17-26)
    2. The wisdom behind the creation of the universe and the sending down of the Quran (27-29)
    3. Allah’s favor over Sulayman (30-40)
    4. The story of Ayoub’s test and its removal from him (41-44)
    5. Ibrahim and his children (45-48)
  3. The recompense of the pious and the transgressors on the Day of Resurrection (49-64)
  4. The last prophet and the confirmation of the monotheistic faith (65-70)
  5. The story of the creation of Adam, Allah’s honor for him, and Satan’s enmity toward him (71-88)

Chapter 39: Az Zumar / The Crowds

  1. Allah revealed the Quran and worship is due to Him alone (1-4)
  2. Some of the signs of Allah in souls and horizons (5-7)
  3. A comparison between believers and disbelievers (8-9)
  4. Admonition and promise to the believers vs. warning and threat to the idol worshipers (10-20)
  5. Admonitions and lessons (21-26)
    1. Value of the worldly life (21)
    2. Different conditions of hearts towards Allah and His remembrance (22)
    3. The best statement (23)
    4. The end of the wrongdoers (24)
    5. Allah’s way in dealing with the beliers (25-26)
    6. Clear illustrative examples and parables (27-29)
    7. Death (30)
    8. The Day of Resurrection (31)
  6. Threat to the beliers; promise to the believers (32-37)
  7. Establishing proofs against the polytheists (38-41)
  8. Allah’s power, different attitudes of people toward it in this life, and the condition of those who make mockery in the Hereafter (42-48)
    1. Allah manages the affairs of this universe as He wills (42)
    2. Intercession is for Allah alone (43-44)
    3. The hearts of the wrongdoers avert when Allah is mentioned (45)
    4. The believers resort to Allah (46)
    5. No ransom will be accepted from the wrong doers on the Day of Resurrection (47-48)
  9. Man between joy and harm (49-52)
  10. An invitation to return to Allah (55-59)
  11. Oneness of Allah, creation and recompense (60-67)
  12. Some of the spectacles of the Day of Resurrection (68-75)
    1. The two blows in the trumpet, the horrors of the Day of Resurrection and Reckoning (68-70)
    2. People divide into two groups (71-75)

Chapter 40: Ghafir / The Forgiver

  1. Some of the attributes of Quran and the Almighty Allah (1-3)
    1. Quran is an inimitable Book sent down by Allah; the invincible, the All-Knowing (1-2)
    2. Allah forgives the sin of whoever repents, punishes the wrongdoers, and bestows plentiful bounties upon His slaves (3)
  2. The disbelievers – Allah’s way in dealing with them (4-6)
    1. The Makkan disbelievers argue over the signs of Allah (4)
    2. The proceeding nations belied, argued and showed enmity to their Prophets and thus were destroyed by Allah (5)
    3. All the disbelievers justly deserve to be punished in the Hellfire (6)
  3. Angels seek forgiveness and pray for the believers (7-9)
  4. The horrors of the Reckoning on the Day of Resurrection (10-22)
    1. The destiny of the polytheists and their regret (10-12)
    2. Some of the attributes of Allah that calls for worshipping Him alone (13-17)
    3. Warnings (18-22)
  5. Instances of the efforts of the callers to the path of Allah and the attitude of their people towards them (23-46)
    1. Musa and PHaraoh (23-27)
      1. Defending Musa (28-35)
      2. Facing Pharaoh’s challenge (36-46)
    2. A believing man from the family of Pharaoh (28-46)
  6. Arguments (47-65)
    1. Argument between the people of the Hellfire and Allah’s support for the believers (47-55)
    2. Reasons for arguing in the signs of Allah and refuting them (56-65)
    3. Prohibition of worshiping others than Allah (66-68)
    4. The punishment of those who argue with falsehood (69-78)
  7. Some of Allah’s bounties upon His servants (79-81)
  8. Threatening the disbelievers and the non-acceptance of their repentance on the Day of Resurrection (82-85)

Chapter 41: Fussilat / Clear Explanation

  1. Quran and people’s attitudes towards it (1-8)
  2. The universal laws are evidence for the truthfulness of Islam (9-12)
  3. The conditions of the polytheists and the process of calling to Allah’s path (13-18)
  4. The destiny of those who turn away from the Truth (19-24)
  5. Diverting people from hearing the Quran and the punishment of doing such (25-29)
  6. The reward of the people who remain on the right course (30-32)
  7. The virtue of calling people to Allah and the importance of seeking refuge in Allah form Satan (33-36)
  8. Some of the signs that indicate the power of Allah (37-39)
  9. Turning away from the Quran (40-43)
  10. The Quran is in Arabic – people differed concerning it: some guided and some misguided (44-46)
  11. The knowledge of Allah and the hesitation of man (47-54)

Chapter 42: Ash Shura / Consultation

  1. Revelation and issues related to it (1-26)
    1. The sending down of the Quran and the greatness and power of Allah (1-6)
    2. The objectives of the Quran and people’s attitudes towards it (7-9)
    3. Reliance on Allah (10-12)
    4. Heavenly Messages refer, in essence, to one religion (13-14)
    5. Calling to the path of Allah and remaining on a right course (15)
    6. Refuting the arguments of the stubborn (16-19)
    7. Recompense is inevitable for both believers and the disbelievers acceptance of repentance (20-26)
  2. Allah’s wisdom in the division of His provisions – Some proofs that indicate His power (27-35)
  3. Qualities of the people remaining on the right course (36-43)
  4. The evil condition of the disbelievers in the Hereafter (44-46)
  5. The necessity of responding to Allah and submitting to His wisdom (47-50)
  6. The guidance of the revelation and a clarification of its divisions (51-53)

Chapter 43: Az Zukhruf / The Ornaments

  1. The status of the gracious Quran and the end of the mockers at the messenger (1-8)
  2. Lordship of Allah and the polytheists’ acknowledgment of it (9-14)
  3. False arguments of the polytheists and their ends (15-25)
  4. Prophet Ibrahim is a good example in remaining steadfast in monotheistic faith (26-28)
  5. Allah’s wisdom in choosing His messengers and dividing His provision (29-35)
  6. The condition of turning away from the remembrance of Allah and giving solace to the Prophet (36-45)
  7. Musa and Isa (46-66)
    1. Taking lesson from the story of Musa (46-56)
    2. Taking lesson from the story of Isa (57-66)
  8. The recompense on the Day of Resurrection (67-80)
    1. Allah’s favors on His believing slaves on the Day of Resurrection (67-73)
    2. The condition of the unbelievers on the Day of Resurrection (74-80)
  9. Exalting the Almighty Allah above having a child or a partner (81-87)
  10. A command to turn away from the ignorant and reconcile their hearts (88-89)

Chapter 44: Ad Dukhan / The Smoky Haze

  1. Sending down of the Quran in a blessed night and the establishment of Allah’s Lordship and Divinity (1-8)
  2. The polytheists (9-50)
    1. Their belying and play (9)
    2. Threatening them with torment (9)
    3. Reminding them of the story of the people of Pharaoh (17-33)
    4. Their denial of Resurrection and refuting their argument (34-39)
    5. Their destiny and torment on the Day of Resurrection (40-50)
  3. The pious (51-57)
    1. Their security and residence on the Day of Resurrection (51-52)
    2. Their garments and sitting in paradise (53)
    3. Their wives in paradise (54)
    4. Other aspects of their pleasure in paradise (55-57)
  4. Allah made the Quran easy on the tongue of His Prophet and commanded him to gave patience until victory comes (58-59)

Chapter 45: Al Jathiyah / Kneeling

  1. Some of the signs of Allah that indicate His Power (1-6)
  2. The recompense of those who belie the signs and verses of Allah (7-11)
  3. Some of the bounties of Allah (12-23)
    1. Subjugating the sea and all that is in the heavens and the earth for man (12-13)
    2. The believers are commanded to be patient with the annoyance caused by the polytheists (14)
    3. On the Day of Resurrection people will be recompensed according to their deeds in this worldly life (15)
    4. Allah’s favours on the children of Israel (16-17)
    5. Laws (18-20)
    6. Allah’s justice in His judgment on both the good doers and the wrongdoers (21-23)
  4. Refuting the claims of the materialists (24-27)
  5. Some of the spectacles of the Day of Resurrection (28-35)
  6. The grace and majesty of Allah (36-37)

Chapter 46: Al Ahqaf / The Sand Dunes

  1. An invitation to adopt the monotheistic faith and to reject polytheism and a dialogue with the beliers (1-12)
  2. The virtue of faith in Allah and steadfastness in His path (13-14)
  3. Natural disposition between rectitude and diversion (15-20)
    1. A commandment to be dutiful to parents (15-19)
      1. Their virtue and the reward of being dutiful to them (15-16)
      2. Consequence and recompense of being undutiful to them (17-19)
    2. The end of arrogance and ungodliness (20)
  4. The destruction of the beliers in the worldly life, a lesson from the story of Hud (21-28)
  5. Just as righteous human beings the righteous among the jinn believe in Prophet Muhammad (29-32)
  6. The establishment of Resurrection and threatening those who deny it (33-34)
  7. A command to be patient (35)

Chapter 47: Muhammad / The Praised One

  1. Comparisons and rulings (1-28)
    1. Comparison between the conditions of the disbelievers and the believers (1-3)
    2. Rulings related to fighting and prisoners of war (4-6)
    3. The unchangeable established way of Allah in dealing with the believers and the disbelievers (7-15)
    4. Identifying the hypocrites and comparing them with the believers (16-30)
      1. The hypocrites’ derision vs. the believers’ uprightness- The end of both (16-18)
      2. A command to seek knowledge and forgiveness (19)
      3. Conditions and end of the hypocrites (20-28)
      4. Threatening the hypocrites (29-30)
  2. Urging the believers to shoulder the responsibilities of faith (31-38)
    1. The believers are tested (31)
    2. None will ever harm the religion of Allah (32)
    3. The importance of obeying Allah and His Messenger (33)
    4. Allah takes revenge from those who stop others from His path (34)
    5. Never grow faint-hearted (35)
    6. The virtue of having faith and piety (36-37)
    7. If ever you turn away, He shall replace you with a people other than yourselves. (38)

Chapter 48: Al Fath / Victory

  1. The Treaty of Al-Hudaibiyyah and its consequences (1-7)
  2. Tasks of Prophet Muhammad and the significance of Allegiance Ar-Ridwan (8-10)
  3. The conditions of those who lagged behind from Al-Hudaibiyyah (11-17)
  4. Allegiance of Ar-Ridwan and its good consequences (18-24)
  5. Reasons and effects of the Treaty of Al-Hudaibiyyah (25-26)
  6. The Prophet’s vision comes true and the description of the Prophet and his companions (27-29)

Chapter 49: Al Hujurat / The Inner Rooms

  1. The Book and the Sunnah are always to be put forward; the etiquette of dealing with Prophet Muhammad (1-5)
  2. Establishment of the society; foundations and precautions (6-13)
    1. Investigating news before reporting them (6-8)
    2. Settling internal disputes (9-10)
    3. Social etiquettes (11-13)
      1. The prohibition of scoffing at others, slandering them , and reviling them by way of abhorrent nicknames (11)
      2. The obligation of shunning evil suspicions toward others and the prohibition of spying and backbiting (12)
      3. All people are united in humanity (13)
  3. The purport of Iman is more particular than that of Islam (14-18)

Chapter 50: Qawf / Qawf

  1. The polytheists deny Resurrection and the Quran refutes their arguments (1-11)
  2. A reminder of the preceding nations that denied Resurrection (12-15)
  3. The creation of man and Allah knowing all that he is capable of and recording of all his words (16-18)
  4. The throes of the delirium of death and the conditions of the torment of the Hereafter (19-30)
  5. The delight of the pious and their description (31-35)
  6. Threatening the deniers of Resurrection and directions to the messenger (36-45)

Chapter 51: Adh Dhariyat / The Dispersal

  1. The inevitable occurrence of Resurrection, The disbelievers and their torment (1-14)
  2. The pious and their pleasures (15-19)
  3. The signs of Allah and the greatness of His Power (20-23)
  4. Stories (24-26)
    1. The story of Ibrahim’s guests (24-37)
    2. The destruction of the people of Pharaoh, `Ad, Thamoud and Nuh (38-46)
  5. Establishing the monotheistic faith and forewarning the beliers (47-60)

Chapter 52: At Tur / The (Mountain of) Tur

  1. The torment will befall the disbelievers on the Day of Resurrection (1-16)
  2. The reward of the pious (17-28)
  3. Commanding the Prophet to continue propagating the message – Establishing the monotheistic faith (29-43)
  4. Directions to Prophet Muhammad (44-49)
    1. Turning away form the disbelievers (44-47)
    2. Keeping patient and exalting Allah (48-49)

Chapter 53: An Najm / The Star

  1. Affirming the authenticity of the revelation and commending the Messenger (1-18)
  2. Mere conjecture avails nothing against the truth (19-31)
  3. Clarifying the qualities of the good doers and censuring the polytheists (32-41)
  4. Allah alone is the One who manages the affairs of the universe (42-62)
    1. Some proofs for the divine power (42-49)
    2. Allah’s destruction to the past belying nations (50-56)
    3. Facts about the Day of Resurrection (57-58)
    4. A prohibition of turning away from the Quran and a command to keep sincere in worshiping Allah alone (59-62)

Chapter 54: Al Qamar / The Moon

  1. The Day of Resurrection the polytheists’ heedlessness of it (1-8)
    1. The miracle of splitting the moon is a sign for the nearness of the Day of Resurrection (1)
    2. The polytheists deny this miracle just as they deny other miracles (2-3)
    3. The polytheists do not take lessons from the accounts of the past belying nations (4-5)
    4. The situation on the Day of Reckoning, the humiliation of the polytheists therein and its being hard for them (6-8)
  2. Evil was the end of the preceding nations that belied their messengers (9-42)
    1. The end of the people of Nuh (9-17)
    2. The end of the people of Ad (18-22)
    3. The end of the people of Thamud (23-32)
    4. The end of the people of Lut (33-40)
    5. The end of the beliers among the people of Pharaoh (41-42)
  3. Threatening the polytheists and giving glad tidings to the pious (43-55)

Chapter 55: Ar Rahman / The Compassionate

  1. The blessings of Allah as manifested in the Quran and the created beings (1-16)
  2. Allah’s blessings in the horizons (17-25)
  3. Some subtle blessings (26-32)
    1. Eternity is for Allah alone (26-28)
    2. Allah fulfills people’s needs (29-32)
  4. Both humans and jinn are helpless in comparison to the power of Allah (33-36)
  5. The evil end of the defiant unbelievers (37-45)
  6. The delight of the pious in the hereafter (46-78)

Chapter 56: Al Waqi`ah / The Inevitable

  1. The Resurrection and the division of people into three groups (1-12)
  2. The delight of the forerunners in faith who are near to Allah (13-26)
  3. The recompense of the People of the Right (27-40)
  4. The recompense of the People of the Left (41-56)
  5. Some proofs for Resurrection (57-74)
  6. The greatness of the Quran (75-82)
  7. People’s different conditions at the time of death (83-96)

Chapter 57: Al Hadid / Iron

  1. Exalting Allah in whose Hands are the affairs of everything (1-6)
  2. A command to believe and spend charitably (7-12)
  3. The condition of the hypocrites in the Hereafter (13-15)
  4. Warning against hardheartedness (16-24)
    1. An invitation to become humble (16-17)
    2. Exhortation to spend in the cause of Allah, to be truthful, and to seek martyrdom (18-19)
    3. The parable of this worldly life in comparison to the Hereafter (20)
    4. Exhortation to compete in doing good deeds (21)
    5. Deepening one’s faith in the divine preordainment (22-23)
    6. Censuring the miserly (24)
  5. Messenger and laws (25-29)
    1. The wisdom behind sending Messengers (25)
    2. One source for divine laws (26-27)
    3. Inviting the People of the Book to believe in Prophet Muhammad (28-29)

Chapter 58: Al Mujadalah / The Petitioner

  1. The rules of zihar (1-4)
  2. Threatening the enemies of Allah and His messenger (5-6)
  3. Etiquettes of private discourses and gatherings (7-11)
  4. Giving charity before conversing privately with the Messenger (12-13)
  5. Warning against allying oneself with hostile disbelievers (14-22)

Chapter 59: Al Hashr / The Gathering

  1. The evacuation of the Tribe of Banu An-Nadir from Madina (1-5)
  2. The Emigrants, the Helpers and those who follow them in an excellent manner (6-10)
  3. The attitudes of the hypocrites and the Jews in fighting (11-17)
  4. (18-24)
    1. A command to fear Allah (18-19)
    2. A reminder of the Hereafter (20)
    3. Reflecting on the Quran (21)
    4. The Supreme Names of Allah (22-24)

Chapter 60: Al Mumtahanah / She Who is Interviewed

  1. Prohibition to take enemies as allies (1-3)
  2. Ibrahim and those who believed him are good examples for Muslims (4-7)
  3. Rulings on the relation between Muslims and non-Muslims (8-9)
  4. Rulings of migrating women and their pledge of alliance (10-12)
  5. Emphasis on the prohibition of allying with the enemies (13)

Chapter 61: As Saf / The Formations

  1. Muslims’ unity – actions should match speech (1-4)
  2. The attitude of those who opposed the call of Musa, Isa, and Muhammad (5-9)
  3. The winning transaction (10-14)

Chapter 62: Al Jumu`ah / The Congregation

  1. Virtues of the mission of Prophet Muhammad (1-4)
  2. The attitude of the Jews towards the Torah – Refuting their claims (5-8)
  3. Some rulings on Friday Prayer (9-11)

Chapter 63: Al Munafiqun / The Hypocrites

  1. The characteristics of the hypocrites (1-6)
  2. Some causes of hypocrisy (7-8)
  3. Admonition (9-11)
    1. Warning against being too busy with wealth and children to obey Allah (9)
    2. Exhortation to race to righteous deeds before it is too late (10)
    3. Allah never delays a soul when its time of death is due (11)

Chapter 64: At Taghabun / Varied Fortune

  1. Some manifestations of the power and knowledge of Allah (1-4)
  2. The account of the past disbelievers (5-6)
  3. The disbelievers’ denial of Resurrection and refuting their claims (7)
  4. An invitation to believe in Allah and His Messenger and to get ready for the Day of Resurrection (8-10)
  5. Milestones in the way of guidance (11-18)
    1. Belief that everything is preordained, good or bad (11)
    2. Obedience to Allah and His Messenger (12)
    3. reliance on Allah (13)
    4. Warning against the trial of family and wealth, and showing the way to pass it (14-18)

Chapter 65: At Talaq / Divorce

  1. Rulings related to divorce (1-7)
  2. A threat to the disobedient and a promise to the obedient (8-11)
  3. A reminder of the power of Allah (12)

Chapter 66: At Tahrim / Prohibition

  1. Blaming the forgiveness (1-2)
  2. Disclosing martial secrets and its consequences (3-5)
  3. Divine admonitions and directions (6-9)
  4. Two dissimilar examples showed by women (10-12)

Chapter 67: Al Mulk / The Dominion

  1. Some manifestations of the power of Allah (1-5)
  2. The end of the disbelievers and their confession of their sins (6-11)
  3. Allah’s promise, knowledge, and bounties (12-15)
  4. Challenging and rebuking the polytheists (16-22)
  5. The power of Allah in terms of creation and gathering people in the Hereafter (23-27)
  6. Deliverance and provision are in the Hands of Allah (28-30)

Chapter 68: Al Qalam / The Pen

  1. Showing the high status and sublime manners of the Prophet (1-7)
  2. Belittling the affair of the bliers and censuring their manners (8-16)
  3. The story of the owners of the Garden (17-33)
  4. The obedient and the disobedient can never be equal (34-41)
  5. Warning the disbelievers against the vengeance of Allah (42-47)
  6. recommending the Prophet to be patient with what he suffered (48-52)

Chapter 69: Al Haqqah / The Reality

  1. The horrors of the Day of Resurrection and the punishment of the beliers (1-12)
  2. One blow (13-18)
  3. The destiny and reward of the Companions of the Right (19-24)
  4. The destiny and recompense of the Companions of the Left (25-37)
  5. Venerating the Quran and asserting its sending down from Allah (38-52)

Chapter 70: Al Ma`arij / The Ascent

  1. A threat of the punishment in the Hereafter (1-5)
  2. Those who belie the Resurrection (6-21)
  3. Those who believe in the Resurrection (22-35)
  4. Threatening the disbelievers (36-44)

Chapter 71: Nuh / Noah

  1. The Call of Nuh (1-14)
  2. Nuh reminds his people of the proofs for the Oneness of Allah, their attitude towards that (15-25)
  3. Nuh invokes Allah against the disbelievers (26-28)

Chapter 72: Al Jinn / The Jinn

  1. The jinn’s belief in the Quran (1-10)
  2. Kinds of jinn and their creeds (11-17)
  3. Divine directions to Prophet Muhammad (18-25)
  4. The knowledge of the Unseen (26-28)

Chapter 73: Al Muzzammil / Enfolded

  1. Directions for Prophet Muhammad at the outset of his mission (1-10)
  2. Threatening the beliers (11-19)
  3. The virtue of Qiyamul-Layl and directions for the believers (20)

Chapter 74: Al Muddathir / Enwrapped

  1. Directions to Prophet Muhammad at the outset of his mission (1-10)
  2. Threats for the leaders of polytheism (11-37)
  3. Dialogue between the Companions of the Right and the defiant unbelievers (38-53)
  4. (54-56)

Chapter 75: Al Qiyamah / The Resurrection

  1. Affirming the Resurrection and its events (1-15)
  2. The way of salvation (16-19)
  3. The condition of people between this worldly life and the Hereafter (20-25)
  4. The hour of death (26-40)

Chapter 76: Al Insan / Passing Time

  1. The blessings of creation and guidance (1-3)
  2. The destiny of man (4-11)
  3. The reward and delight of the righteous (12-22)
  4. Prophet Muhammad facing the plot of the disbelievers (23-31)

Chapter 77: Al Mursalat / The Sent Ones

  1. The spectacles of the Resurrection (1-15)
  2. Threatening and rebuking the disbelievers (16-28)
  3. Kinds of threat and punishment vs. kinds of delight (29-50)

Chapter 78: An Naba / The Prophecy

  1. Affirming the Resurrection (1-5)
  2. Drawing attention to the universal signs of Allah (6-16)
  3. The Hour of doom and its horrors – Recompense (17-40)

Chapter 79: An Nazi`at / Those Who Pull Roughly

  1. Some of the spectacles of the Last Day (1-14)
  2. The story of Musa and pharaoh (15-26)
  3. Directing man’s attention to the creation of the heavens and the earth (27-33)
  4. The events of the Day of Resurrection (34-41)
  5. A question about the time of the Hour of Doom and its answer (42-46)

Chapter 80: Abasa / He Frowned

  1. A kind reproach (1-10)
  2. The message and virtue of the Quran (11-16)
  3. Reflection and contemplation (17-32)
  4. when the deafening blast comes (33-42)

Chapter 81: At Takwir / The Enveloping

  1. The reality of the Day of Resurrection (1-14)
  2. The reality of the revelation (15-29)

Chapter 82: Al Infitar / The Dividing

  1. Affirming the Resurrection and its horrors (1-5)
  2. Warning man against excessive indulgence in worldly affairs (6-8)
  3. The disbelievers deny the Day of Judgment and the angels record their deeds (9-12)
  4. The recompense of the righteous and the wicked on the Day of Resurrection (13-19)

Chapter 83: Al Mutaffifin / The Shortchanger

  1. Threatening the defrauders with the torment of the Day of Resurrection (1-6)
  2. Menacing the wicked with painful punishment (7-17)
  3. Promising the righteous of receiving great reward (18-28)
  4. the defiant unbelievers will be punished in the hereafter for ill-treatment the believers in the worldly life (29-36)

Chapter 84: Al Inshiqaq / The Tearing

  1. Some of the horrors of the Day of Resurrection (1-5)
  2. People will have different conditions when they meet their Lord (6-15)
  3. Emphasis on the occurrence of the Resurrection (16-19)
  4. As you do you will be done by (20-25)

Chapter 85: Al Buruj / The Constellations

  1. The story of the People of the Fire-Ditch (1-9)
  2. Distinction between the obedient and the disobedient (10-11)
  3. Threatening the disbelievers with the power of Allah (12-16)
  4. The account of the destruction of Pharaoh and Thamud (17-20)
  5. The status of the Quran (21-22)

Chapter 86: At Tariq / The Night Star

  1. The creation of man is a proof for Resurrection (1-10)
  2. Reality of the Quran (11-14)
  3. Consequence of the evil schemes of the disbelievers (15-17)

Chapter 87: Al A`la / The Most High

  1. Exalting and venerating Allah (1-5)
  2. Injunction and support (6-9)
  3. Fearing Allah is a prerequisite of benefiting from admonition (10-13)
  4. The virtue of spiritual purification and the remembrance of Allah (14-15)
  5. (16-19)

Chapter 88: Al Ghashiyah / The Overwhelming

  1. The condition of the disbelievers on the Day of Resurrections and their torment in the Hellfire (1-7)
  2. The condition of the believers on the Day of Resurrection and their delight in Paradise (8-16)
  3. Some of the signs that indicate the power of Allah to resurrect created beings (17-20)
  4. The mission of the Prophet as a caller to the path of Allah (21-26)

Chapter 89: Al Fajr / The Dawn

  1. Lessons from history (1-14)
  2. The manners of those who neglect the injunctions of Allah (15-20)
  3. The horrors of the Day of Resurrection and the torment and regret of the transgressors therein (21-26)
  4. The reassured soul and its pleasure on the Day of Resurrection (27-30)

Chapter 90: Al Balad / The Land

  1. Man is created in a life of toil (1-4)
  2. Man feels conceited for his power and wealth (5-7)
  3. Man has to choose the way of the truth and follow the route to guidance (8-16)
  4. The Companions of the Right and the Companion of the Left (17-20)

Chapter 91: Ash Shams / The Sun

  1. The soul’s purification and defilement (1-10)
  2. An example set forth (11-15)

Chapter 92: Al Layl / The Night

  1. Divergent pursuits (1-4)
  2. The people of ease and the people of hardship (5-13)
  3. The end of the beliers (14-16)
  4. The deliverance of the pious (17-21)

Chapter 93: Ad Duha / The Early Dawn

  1. Solace and support from Allah to Prophet Muhammad (1-5)
  2. Some of Allah’s blessings upon His Prophet (6-8)
  3. Divine directions to the Prophet (9-11)

Chapter 94: Ash Sharh / The Broadening

  1. Some of Allah’s blessings on His Prophet Muhammad (1-4)
  2. Comforting Prophet Muhammad (5-6)
  3. Directions to the Prophet (7-8)

Chapter 95: At Tin / The Fig

  1. Allah honors man (1-4)
  2. Man degenerates by disbelief (5)
  3. The virtue of faith and righteous deeds (6)
  4. Resurrection and recompense are manifestations of Allah’s justice and wisdom (7-8)

Chapter 96: Al Alaq / The Clinging Thing

  1. An injunction to read,seek knowledge,and learn how to write (1-5)
  2. The nature of man and his forgetfulness of the Hereafter (6-8)
  3. Threatening the transgressors (9-18)
  4. Comforting Prophet Muhammad (19)

Chapter 97: Al Qadr / Determination

  1. The beginning of the revelation of the Quran (1)
  2. The virtues of the night of Decree (2-5)

Chapter 98: Al Bayyinah / The Clear Evidence

  1. The status of the Quran and the mission of the Messenger (1-3)
  2. The People of the Scripture differed in their attitude towards Prophet Muhammad (4)
  3. The correct religion (5)
  4. A threat to the disbelievers and a glad- tiding to the believers (6-8)

Chapter 99: Az Zalzalah / The Quaking

  1. The horrors of the Day of Resurrection (1-5)
  2. People on the Day of Reckoning will be divergent multitudes (6)
  3. Accuracy of Reckoning (7-8)

Chapter 100: Al Adiyat / The Running Stallions

  1. Man’s gratefulness and miserliness (1-8)
  2. Establishing the certainty of the Resurrection (9)
  3. Affirming the Reckoning and the encompassing knowledge of Allah (10-11)

Chapter 101: Al Qari`ah / The Sudden Disaster

  1. The horrors of the Resurrection (1-5)
  2. The conditions of people there (6-11)

Chapter 102: At Takathur / The Race (for Wealth)

  1. Long hope in worldly life (1-2)
  2. Warning against the Hellfire (3-8)

Chapter 103: Al `Asr / The Passage of Time

  1. The condition of the disbelievers (1-2)
  2. The condition of the believers and the basics of salvation (3)

Chapter 104: Al Humazah / The Slanderer

  1. Threatening the revilers and backbiters and showing the reason of their corruption (1-3)
  2. The punishment of the revilers and backbiters on the Day of Resurrection (4-9)

Chapter 105: Al Fil / The Elephant

  1. The story of the Companions of the Elephant (1-5)
    1. Rendering their evil scheme futile (1-2)
    2. Destroying them (3-5)

Chapter 106: Quraysh / The Quraysh

  1. Allah made the interest and trade of Quraysh easy (1-2)
  2. Allah called them to worship Him (3)
  3. Allah provided them with abundant provision and greater security (4)

Chapter 107: Al Ma`un / Small Favors

  1. Impact of belying the Last Day on man’s conduct (1-7)
    1. Being harsh with the orphan and unkind to the indigent (1-3)
    2. Neglecting prayer – Showing off (4-6)
    3. Withholding basic aids from others (7)

Chapter 108: Al Kawthar / Abundance

  1. Allah’s blessing on Prophet Muhammad (1)
  2. Commanding the Prophet to be sincere in worshipping Allah and offering sacrifices to Him alone (2)
  3. Allah defends His Prophet (3)

Chapter 109: Al Kafirun / The Faithless

  1. The believers denounce the disbelievers’ false gods (1-5)
  2. Belief and disbelief and religious pluralism (6)

Chapter 110: An Nasr / The Help (of God)

  1. Blessings have to be met with dutiful worship (1-3)
    1. The conquest of Mecca and people’s conversion to Islam in multitudes (1-2)
    2. Commanding the Prophet to exalt Allah and seek His forgiveness (3)

Chapter 111: Al Masad / Flame

  1. The punishment of Abu Lahab (1-3)
  2. The punishment of his wife (4-5)

Chapter 112: Al Ikhlas / Pure Faith

  1. Allah’s Oneness (1)
  2. Allah’s Perfection (2)
  3. Allah’s Eternity – begets not, nor was He begotten (3)
  4. There is no rivals to Allah, Exalted is He (4)

Chapter 113: Al Falaq / Daybreak

  1. Seeking refuge with Allah from the evil of all created being (1-5)
    1. Seeking refuge with Allah from all evils in general (1-2)
    2. Seeking refuge with Allah from the evil of the night (3)
    3. Seeking refuge with Allah from the evil of the sorcerers (4)
    4. Seeking refuge with Allah from the evil of the enviers (5)

Chapter 114: An Nas / People

  1. Seeking refuge with Allah from the devils of humans and jinn (1-6)
    1. The attributes of the One with whom refuge is sought (1-3)
      1. The Lord (1)
      2. The King (2)
      3. The God (3)
    2. Attributes of those from whom refuge is sought (4-6)
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