Surah Yasin Surah Rahman Surah Waqiah Surah Mulk By Sheikh Abdur Rahman As Sudais
بسم اللہ الرحمن الرحیم Hadith Usman Bin Affan (R.A) Reported:- The Messenger of ALLAH (صلی اللہ علیہ والہ وسلم) Said:- “The Best Amongst you is The one who Learn the Quran and Teaches it”. (Al-Bukhari) 1- Sūrah Yā-Sīn (also Yaseen; Arabic: سورة يس) is the 36th chapter (surah) of the Quran. It has 83 verses (ayahs) and is one of the Meccan surahs, although some scholars maintain that verse 12 is from the Medinan period. The name of the chapter comes from the two letters of the first verse of the chapter, which has caused much scholarly debate, and which Tafsir al-Jalalayn, a Sunni exegesis (tafsir), interprets by saying, “God knows best what He means by these [letters].” Yasin is also one of the names of the Prophet Muhammad, as reported in a saying of Ali, “I heard the Messenger of God say, ‘Verily God has named me by seven names in the Quran: Muhammad [3:144; 33:40; 47:2; 48:29], Ahmad [61:6], Tā Hā [20:1], Yā Sīn [36:1], thou enwrapped [al-Muzammil; 73:1], thou who art covered [al-Mudaththir; 74:1], and servant of God [ʿAbd Allāh; 72:19].'” The surah focuses on establishing the Qur’an as a divine source, and it warns of the fate of those who mock God’s revelations and are stubborn. The surah tells of the punishments that plagued past generations of nonbelievers as a warning to present and future generations. Additionally, the surah reiterates God’s sovereignty as exemplified by His creations through signs from nature. The surah ends with arguments in favor of the existence of Resurrection and God’s sovereign power. 2- Sūrat ar-Raḥmān (Arabic: سورة الرحمان, “The Most Merciful”) is the 55th sura of the Qur’an with 78 ayats. It has the refrain: “Then which of your Lord’s blessings would you both deny?” 3- Al-Waqi’a (Arabic: سورة الواقعة; Sūrat al-Wāqiʻah; “The Inevitable” or “The Event”) is the 56th surah (chapter) of the Quran. It was revealed in Mecca (see Meccan surah). The total number of verses in this surah are 96. It mainly discusses the afterlife according to Islam, and the different fates people will face in it. 4- Sūrat al-Mulk (Arabic: سورة الملك, “Sovereignty, Kingdom”) is the 67th chapter (sura) of the Quran, comprising 30 verses. The sura emphasizes that no individual can impose his will on another; he may only guide and set an example (67:26).