Understanding the Quran – Juz’ 30 (Surah An Nabaa v.1 – Surah An Nas v.6) Exploring historical relevance, themes, context & lessons learnt

Today we’ll explore the historical relevance, themes, context & lessons learnt from the 30th and final Ajiza (section) of the Quran which takes in Surah’s 78-114.

Insh’Allah  these series of posts have been of use to you, so that as well reciting the Quran in Arabic during Ramadan, you have read up on the all important meaning and understand the context behind the revelation and hopefully how they can be applied to today’s world. I hope you continue with your study and do not let the Quran sit on your shelves gathering dust until next Ramadan and ask you to remember me in your duah’s as I do this Ummah.

78. An Naba (The News)
79. Naziat (Those Who Tear Out)
80. Abasa (He Frowned)
81. At Takwir (The Folding Up)
82. Al Infitar (The Cleaving)
83. Al Mutaffifin (Those Who Deal in Fraud)
84. Inshiqaq (The Splitting)
85. Al Burooj (The Constellations)
86. Al Tariq (The Morning Star)
87. Al Ala (The Most High)
88. Al Ghashiya (The Overwhelming Event)
89. Al Fajr (The Dawn)
90. Al Balad (The City)
91. As Shams (The Sun)
92. Al Lail (The Night)
93. Ad Dhuha (The Morning Light)
94. Al Inshirah (The Opening Up)
95. At Tin (The Fig)
96. Al Alaq (The Clot)
97. Al Qadr (Power)
98. Al Bayyina (The Clear Evidence)
99. Az Zalzala (The Earthquake)
100. Al Adiyat (Those That Run)
101. Al Qaria (The Disaster)
102. At Takathur (The Mutual Rivalry)
103. Al Asr (The Declining Day, The Time)
104. Al Humaza (The One Who Slanders)
105. Al Fil (The Elephant)
106. Quraish
107. Al Ma’un (The Small Kindnesses)
108. Al Kauthar (The Abundance)
109. Al Kafirun (The Disbelievers)
110. An Nasr (The Help)
111. Al Lahab (The Flame)
112. Al Ikhlas (The Purity)
113. Al Falaq (The Daybreak)
114. An Nas (Mankind)

Juz 30 has been uploaded via my account on scribd and embedded, this is simply due to the number of Surah’s contained in the final two Ajiza’s of the Quran, which would make it difficult (due to time) for me to correctly format and post directly on the blog.

Simply click on the “fullscreen” button to read.


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