Friday, 21 August 2009

spiritual reasons and benefits of fasting

spiritual reasons and benefits of fasting

O ye who believe! Fasting is ordained for you, even as it was ordained for those before you, that ye may guard yourself (against evil)” Qur’an: Chapter 2, Verse 183).

Ramadan is a month of fasting and prayers for the Muslims. The fast consists of total abstinence from food and drink from dawn to dusk. There is, however, a greater significance to fasts than mere abstinence from eating and drinking. The real objective of fasts is to inculcate in man the spirit of abstinence from sins and of cultivation of virtue. Thus the Qur’an declares that the fasts have been prescrib�ed with a view to developing piety in man, as is clear from the verse quoted at the top of this page.

How are the many facets of piety sought to be cultivated through the fasts?

1. The prime consideration in undertaking fast, as in any act of devotion, is to seek NEARNESS TO GOD and beseech HIS PLEASURE and FORGIVENESS. This itself generates a spirit of piety in man.
2. The wilful creation of the stringent conditions of hunger and thirst for one’s own self, simply in obedience to the Divine Order, measures the FAITH of man in God and helps to strengthen it by putting it to a severe test.
3. Fasting enhances through creation of artificial non-availability, the value of the bounties of God, which man is apt to take for granted in the midst of plentiful availability, and thus inculcates in man a spirit of GRATITUDE and consequent DEVOTION to GOD. Nothing else can bring home to man the worth of God’s bounties than a glass of water and a square meal after a day‑long fast. This also reminds man that the real joy in enjoying God’s bounties lies in MODERATION and RESTRAINT and not in OVER INDULGENCE.
4. Fasting makes us deeply conscious of the pangs of hunger and discomfort suffered by the less fortunate among our brethren, who may have to put up with such stringent conditions all through their lives ‑ it thus enkindles in man a spirit of SACRIFICE leading to CHARITY towards his suffering brethren.
5. Fasting affords man an unfailing training in ENDURANCE ‑ i.e. a SPIRIT OF. ACCEPTANCE of the inevitable, which could well prepare him to put up with the unchangeable situations in life in the same spirit of RESIGNATION as cultivated during the fasts.
6. Fasting develops COURAGE, FORTITUDE and a FIGHTING SPIRIT IN man to surmount the heavy odds in life with a cool and tranquil mind. It sharpens his, power of CONCENTRATION to overcome obstacles, through a vigorous exercise all through the month, leading to a steeling of his WILL POWER and RESOLVE, which could help him in trying situations in actual life. It is seen that many an undesirable habit which is found hard to leave, is more easily left off during the days of fasting.
7. Fasting teaches man RELIANCE on God and CONFIDENCE in HIM in facing the bitter situations in life with the comforting thought that these too, ordained by Him, could well be surmounted through His assistance alone, even as the rigorous state of fasting for a complete month. For, fasting develops the quality of PATIENCE in man, with the realisation that, as the days of fasting, though seeming unending do have a successful and, so are all the bitter situations in life. It therefore infuses a spirit of GOOD CHEER, (driving away BITTERNESS and DESPAIR) in his attitude towards life and in his demeanour towards others.
8. Through quick alternation of the state of plenty and of scarcity, fasting seeks to inculcate in man the right type of attitude in different situations in life‑ of GRATITUDE and THANKSGIVING in plenty and of PATIENCE and FORBEARANCE in difficulty.
9. Fasting is meant to CONQUER ANGER, not to augment it, and to develop SELF‑CONTROL in man; for the vigorous effort of wilfully putting up with a continued state of hunger and thirst can well be extended to conquer other infirmities of human character that lead man into error and sin.
10. Fasting inculcates a spirit of TOLERANCE in man to face unpleasant conditions and situations without making his fellow-being the victim of his wrath on account of his adverse conditions, such as deprivation of his basic needs of life, which constitutes the common cause of dissension among men.
11. Fasting MELLOWS a man and enhances his character, giving jolt to the human instincts of ‘PRIDE, HAUGHTINESS, ENVY and AMBITION, for when fasting, a man’s energies are too sapped to follow these instincts which are the chief causes of discord and conflict among men.
12. Fasting exposes the weakness of man in the event of his being deprived of but two of the bounties of God ‑ those of food and drink; it thus infuses in him a spirit of MEEKNESS and SUBMISSION, generating HUMILITY and PRAYER in an otherwise arrogant man.
13. Fasting breathes the spirit of FORGIVENESS in man towards his subordinates, as he himself seeks God’s FORGIVENESS through fasts and prayers.
14. Fasting affords lessons in PUNCTUALITY through man’s strict adherence to various time‑schedules in the observance of fasts and offering of prayers.
15. Fasting can be made to effect ECONOMY in an individual’s life, which can be extended to wider spheres.
16. Fasting enforces in man rigid DISCIPLINE ‑ mental, spiritual and physical ‑ a trait of character which forms an essential ingredient to success in human life.
17. Fasting provides LEISURE, that could he gainfully employed in devotional or intellectual pursuits. The month‑long duration of fasts creates a proper climate for the SPIRITUAL REFORMATION in man, infusing in him a spirit pf enthusiasm and zest to turn over a new leaf ‑ an opportunity provided every year.
18. On the physical side, fasting cleanses the human system of the accumulated impurities of uninterrupted eating throughout the year. It prepares the body for toughness and hardihood to face disease or conditions of scarcity. The rigid abstinence that the fast provides, regulates man’s HEALTH, sharpens has INTELLECT, gives spurt to his SPIRITUALLY and enhances the qualities of his HEART. With the cleansing of the human body, it paves the way for its easy and effective rebuilding through meals at the end of the day or after the month is over.

spiritual reasons and benefits of fasting

Thursday, 20 August 2009

Hero Of Islam - Imam Bukhari

Hero Of Islam - Imam Bukhari Part 1/7

The boy who memorized 70,000 hadith @ age of 10! scholar at 16! while ppl wrote down hadith he memorized word for word. They used to make fun of the "LIL" boy amidst biggest scholars, he showed them what he was made off. The Life of this man was full of Devotion to Islam, conveying hadith of prophet. May Allah have mercy one him!

Hero Of Islam - Imam Bukhari Part 2/7

Hero Of Islam - Imam Bukhari Part 3/7

Hero Of Islam - Imam Bukhari Part 4/7

Hero Of Islam - Imam Bukhari Part 5/7

Hero Of Islam - Imam Bukhari Part 6/7

Hero Of Islam - Imam Bukhari Part 7/7

Quran Dvd

Quran Dvd

Orientica, in partnership with Generalia Multimedia, are proud to present to you this first edition of the Holy Qur’an on DVD video.

This DVD enables to listen and follow simultaneously the recitation of the Holy Qur’an by the prominent Shaykh Al-Hudhaifi, from the Prophet’s Mosque in Madina. The verses that are being recited light up systematically in red to help you follow the recitation. Furthermore, you can simultaneously display the English and French translations of the verses as well as the phonetic transcription. The exceptional stereo sound and picture quality make this DVD an ideal tool to learn and contemplate the Holy Qur’an.

Thanks to the DVD’s interactive menus and fine editing, you can navigate easily between Surats (chapters) and different verses by simply using your remote control.


The whole Qur’an (30 hours of video) on one DVD only.
Highlighting of the verses during recitation.
Display of the simultaneous English translation.
High interactivity thanks to the remote control.
- Direct access to 114 surats
- Navigation between verses.
- Direct access by surats.

High quality sound and video
Three languages for the menu: French –Arabic- English
- Discovery of the most beautiful mosques and holy places of Islam.
- The 99 beautiful names of Allah.
- Historical perspective of the Qur’anic manuscripts throughout 14 centuries.
- The Azan (call for prayer).

This DVD allows you to listen and follow simultaneously the recitation of the Holy Qur'an by Shaykh Sudais and shraim. The phonetic transcription and highlighting of verses during the Qur'anic recitation make this DVD exceptional; as well as, the high quality sound makes it an ideal tool to learn and contemplate the Holy Qur'an.

Model - Format: DVD All zones - PAL
Editor: Orientica - Generalia Multimedia - Sana
Language: French - Arabic - English
ISBN: 3760090450068

The download is actually an image file so you can burn it directly to any blank DVD disk using Nero or similar burning software. However, to download the image file you will need torrent software; the best one to download is from www.bittorrent.com – to download the actual image file visit:


Quran Dvd

Al-Baqarah 2:11-14

Online Version of The Holy Quran at quran explorer.....

And when it is said to them: “Make not mischief on the earth,” they say: “We are only peacemakers.” (Al-Baqarah 2:11)

Verily! They are the ones who make mischief, but they perceive not. (Al-Baqarah 2:12)

And when it is said to them (hypocrites): “Believe as the people (followers of Muhammad Peace be upon him , Al-Ansâr and Al-Muhajirûn) have believed,” they say: “Shall we believe as the fools have believed?” Verily, they are the fools, but they know not. (Al-Baqarah 2:13)

And when they meet those who believe, they say: “We believe,” but when they are alone with their Shayâtin (devils – polytheists, hypocrites, etc.), they say: “Truly, we are with you; verily, we were but mocking.” (Al-Baqarah 2:14)

read quran online here

Online Version of The Holy Quran

Listen & Read Quran Online Here!

Wednesday, 19 August 2009

9 Ramadan tips for your family to read Quran

Your family and the Quran: 9 Ramadan tips

Ramadan has been called the month of the Quran, since it was during this month that Allah began revealing the Holy Book to the Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him. Most Muslims try to finish one reading of the whole Quran during this month individually. But it's also a good idea to get the whole family in on this effort.

One Chicago Muslim family this year has decided to keep up this goal with its youngest member, who is eight years old. This young Muslim is aiming to finish his first ever reading of the whole Quran by the end of Ramadan.

To get the whole family involved in reading more Quran this year during the blessed month, here are some tips:


Decide how much of the Quran to read daily

One of the keys to reading the Quran for completion is to establish small, attainable, daily goals. For instance, have everyone aim to read one-quarter, or ten lines of the Quran daily. While this may mean finishing the Quran after Ramadan, it will, however, put in place a system that can continue after the month is over.


Read part of the Quran together every day

An ideal time is before bed, when everyone is in a calmer mood and food, chores, and homework are out of the way. Sit together and recite part of the Quran. It does not have to be the daily target, but just a small portion so everyone is keeping track with each other.


Have a Quran family meeting every week

Make this a party. After Iftar on say, a Saturday or Sunday, following a delicious meal in a Muslim restaurant or at home, have everyone share how much of the Quran they have covered.


Come up with a Quran reading chart

Get the younger kids to decorate theirs with stickers, etc. Then hang it up on the fridge or family bulletin board where everyone can see. Have one person in charge of keeping track of everyone's progress and noting it on the chart. This visual reminder can encourage and make everyone more determined to reach their goals for the Quran this Ramadan.


Listen to the Quran in the car

If your family drives together to school and work, use this as an opportunity to listen to the Quran on cassette or CD together. Rotate the schedule so that on day one, the verses that mom is reciting are listened to, on day two one of the kids' selections are heard, etc.


Encourage everyone to start a Quranic journal

This will encourage everyone to not just read the Quran, but to also attempt to understand at least some of what they are reading. Encourage family members to share entries if they feel comfortable during the Quran family meetings.


Establish a Quran reading corner for each family member

Have each family member choose the place they feel most comfortable to read the Quran daily. It could be the place they normally do their homework, or it could be somewhere not associated with academics. Make sure the place is comfortable and pleasant, with enough heat and light. You can also hang up some verses of the Quran drawn in beautiful calligraphy or post the Quran reading chart in the vicinity.


Offer incentives

These need to be in accordance with the ages and interests of everyone involved. For kids, this can be a toy or candy. For teens, permission to use the family car or a slight increase in their weekly allowance may be helpful. For mom and dad, a night out alone together. The purpose is to make the process enjoyable and to help family members look forward to a short-term reward for their Quran reading.


Help each other memorize too

While you're reading more of the Quran this month, try to get everyone involved in at least some memorization of the Blessed Book while you're at it. One way is for family members to break up into groups of two and test each other's memorization of some of the Surahs (chapters). You could also use the family meeting time to cover some memorization.

Read the Qur'an Online in the month of Ramadhan

Read the Qur'an Online in the month of Ramadhan or offline

(eg. http://www.quranreading.com/)

Try to set this goal in your mind before Ramadhan:
Finish reading the Quran once in Ramadan


Welcome Ramadan with the Al-Quran, read and understand any verses in the Al-Qur'an Al-Qur'an . Make this Ramadan with more meaningful more closely with the Al-Quran, reading and understand what is read, so the more motivated to continue reading and deepens its meaning.


Ramadan and The Qur'an

Ancient Qur'anic text - Suratul Tuur

Its significance in Ramadan:

"Ramadhan is the (month) in which the Qur'an was sent down, as a guide to mankind, also clear (Signs) for guidance and judgment (Between right and wrong). So every one of you who is present (at his home) during that month should spend it in fasting…" Qur'an (2:185).

This Qur'anic verse explains the inseparable link between the Qur'an and the month of Ramadan. The revelation of the Qur'an to the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon Him) began in this month. Some scholars have explained that the word 'so' (fa) in this ayah leads to the following paraphrase of one aspect of its meaning: "Fast this month because it is the one in which the Qur'an was sent down". The night in which the Qur'an was revealed is known as The Night of Power or The Night of Destiny. This night is referred to by the Qur'an in the following verses:

"Indeed, We have indeed revealed this (Message) in the Night of Power. And what will explain to thee what the night of power is? The Night of Power is better than a thousand months." Qur'an (97:1-3)

Given the importance attached to this night, Muslims are expected to exert themselves in worship in it. It is a time for especially fervent and devoted prayer, and the rewards and blessings associated with such are manifold. Muslims are told in the Qur'an that praying throughout this one night is better than a thousand months of prayer. No one knows exactly which night it is; it is one of God's mysteries. The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) instructed Muslims to search for this Night of Power during the odd nights of the last ten days of Ramadan without specifying any day. However, due to the sayings of some of his companions, many scholars believe it to be on the 27th day. During this night it is highly meritorious to spend as much time as possible in prayer, seeking forgiveness and supplicating to God Almighty

Another traditional link between the Qur'an and Ramadan is that it is highly meritorious to complete reciting the Qur'an in the holy month of Ramadan. The word 'Qur'an' in Arabic comes from the root word 'qa ra a' which means to recite. Hence it literally means 'recitation' or 'proclamation'. It is believed that it was recited to the Prophet Muhammad(peace be upon him) by the Archangel Gabriel (Jibreel, alayhi salaam) over a period of twenty three years. Muslims are encouraged to read the Qur'an regularly and more so in the holy month of Ramadan. The Prophet (peace be upon him) used to recite the whole Qur'an to the Archangel Gabriel (Jibreel, alayhi salaam) once every Ramadan and twice in the year in which He died. Muslim scholars over the centuries have been known to leave other optional acts of worship in order to focus on reciting the Qur'an in the blessed month of Ramadan. Hence many Muslims emulate this practice by completing the recitation of the whole Qur'an at least once in the month of Ramadan - especially during the night (taraweeh) prayers.


Sunday, 16 August 2009



Quran holds words of Allah. Quran is most read Book.

For Quran, we can not enumerate its characteristics but for the sake of benefitting people a few are given below:

1. QURAN is the right guidance or way or course or direction or manner or mode or conduct for the whole mankind [2:185]
2. QURAN is clear and manifest as far as the guidance is concerned [2:185]
3. QURAN makes a separation or distinction between truth and falsity [alfurqan] [2:185]
4. QURAN has no discrepancies or contradictions [4:82]
5. QURAN has no crookedness, deceit or deviation form rectitude [39:28]
6. There is nothing in QURAN that may cause any doubt, suspicion, evil opinion, disquiet, disturbance, or agitation of mind (10:37)
7. QURAN is the Divine Prescript, Appointment, Ordinance, or Judgment that is explained in detail making it clear, plain and manifest [tafseela alkitab] (10:37)
8. QURAN guides to the way or course or direction or manner or mode or conduct that is the most stable, even, straight, right and direct. [17:9]
9. QURAN puts forth examples of every manner or model [of conduct] so that people take admonition and be mindful [39:27]
10. The purpose of QURAN‘s revelation is not to cause hardship or distress of any sort [20:2]
11. QURAN is endowed with exhortations and admonitions that give eminence, nobility and honour to its followers [38:1]
12. QURAN is a decree or ordinance (Faraz) [28:85]
13. It is a book whose verses provide complete detail, of the clear and plain Arabic Proclamation, to people who have knowledge [41:3]
14. QURAN is from "rabbi alAAalameen" [10:37]
15. QURAN is from the One who is the Most Wise and the Most Knowledgeable [27:6]
16. QURAN is not such a thing as can be produced by someone other than Allah. If it were the case, it would have been something improper and devoid of good. [10:37]
17. Allah, Himself, is the Teacher of Quran [55:2] (who guided the mankind with His commands and guidance).
18. Allah has made the QURAN easy to understand, learn and remember [54:17, 54:22, 54:32, 54:40]
19. QURAN is a confirmation of the previous Divine Books [10:37]
20. QURAN gives the Glad Tidings to the Believers who work deeds of righteousness. [17:9]

Al-Fajr [89]:27-30

Al-Fajr [89]:27-30

Wahai jiwa yang tenang

Awal-awal ni dengar alunan ayat suci memang sungguh menusuk kalbu. Saya suka mendengar dan menghayati ayat daripada surah Al-Fajr. Biasa di baca bila dalam majlis-majlis berkaitan kematian: ayat yang bermaksud “Hai jiwa yang tenang. Kembalilah kepada Tuhanmu dengan hati yang puas lagi diridhai-Nya. Maka masuklah ke dalam jama’ah hamba-hamba-Ku. Masuklah ke dalam syurga-Ku” ( Al-Fajr [89]:27-30).

Ya di situlah sebenarnya kesudahan hidup manusia ini, walau sehebat dan segagah manapun, kepada Nya jugak manusia akan kembali. Duit berjuta-juta, harta menimbun-nimbun, anak cucu beratus-ratus, pengikut berjuta-juta…semua itu tidak bermakna selagi kita gagal mencpai Nafsu Mutmainnah.

Di akhir titik hidup inilah kita perlu beringat sama ada termasuk dalam golongan mereka yang diredhai ataupun tidak. Dan untuk mencapai keredhaan Allah S.W.T, bukan susah pun. semua jalan dah dibentangkan, diri kita sendiri jer yang nak pilih.

surah-surah pilihan

koleksi MP3 percuma untuk surah-surah pilihan yang selalu di baca dan amalkan oleh setiap Muslim yang mencari ketenangan jiwa yang sebenar:

1. Surah Yassin, Rahman, Mulk, Waqiah, Kahfi, Sajadah di link di sini; dan
2. surah Baqarah, AliImran, dan Nisa’ di link di sini. or sini .

Selamat mendengar dan menghayati kalimah suci semoga mendapat keberkatan dan petunjuk daripada Allah S.W.T. Insya Allah.

mp3 quran

you can find many mp3 quran in different places in the internet

Muat Turun Percuma MP3 114 Surah Dalam Al-Quran

Sempena menyambut bulan Ramadhan yang penuh mulia dan keberkatan ini, umat Islam di galakkan untuk memperbanyakkan membaca Al-Quran dan membuat amal kebajikan kerana setia amalan kebajikan yang dilaksanakan oleh seorang Muslim semasa melaksanakan ibadah puasa akan di beri ganjaran yang besar oleh Allah S.W.T. Sehubungan itu blog ini ingin mengambil kesempatan untuk berkongsi dengan saudara Muslim sekelian koleksi bacaan 114 surah di dalam Al-Quran yang dibacakan oleh Sheikh Khalil Khusairi, salah seorang diantara nama yang mashyur dalam seni dan tatacara bacaan Al-Quran.

Sheikh Khalil Khusairi

sheikh mishary rashed alafasy

surah apa dalam quran? what is in quran?

surah apa dalam juzuk 30? saya tertanya tanya.

jawapan disini



then seterusnya

question is surah apa dalam quran? Senarai 114 Surah?

Senarai Surah

1. Surah Al-Fatihah (Pembukaan)
2. Surah Al-Baqarah (Sapi Betina)
3. Surah Ali 'Imran (Keluarga Imran)
4. Surah An-Nisaa' (Wanita)
5. Surah Al-Maa’idah (Hidangan)
6. Surah Al-An'aam (Binatang Ternakan)
7. Surah Al-A'raaf (Tempat Tinggi)
8. Surah Al-Anfaal (Rampasan Perang)
9. Surah At-Taubah (Taubat)
10. Surah Yunus (Nabi Yunus a.s.)
11. Surah Hud (Nabi Hud a.s.)
12. Surah Yusuf (Nabi Yusuf a.s.)
13. Surah Ar-Ra’d (Guruh)
14. Surah Ibrahim (Nabi Ibrahim a.s.)
15. Surah Al-Hijr (Kawasan Berbatu)
16. Surah An-Nahl (Lebah)
17. Surah Al-Israa’ (Perjalanan Malam)
18. Surah Al-Kahfi (Gua)
19. Surah Maryam (Siti Maryam)
20. Surah Taahaa
21. Surah Al-Anbiyaa’ (Para Nabi)
22. Surah Al-Hajj (Haji)
23. Surah Al-Mu’minun (Golongan yang Beriman)
24. Surah An-Nuur (Cahaya)
25. Surah Al-Furqaan (Pembeza Kebenaran dan Kebatilan)
26. Surah Asy-Syu’araa (Para Penyair)
27. Surah An-Naml (Semut)
28. Surah Al-Qasas (Cerita-cerita)
29. Surah Al-‘Ankabut (Labah-labah)
30. Surah Ar-Rum (Masyarakat Rom)
31. Surah Luqman (Luqman)
32. Surah As-Sajdah (Sujud)
33. Surah Al-Ahzab (Golongan yang Bersekutu)
34. Surah Saba’ (Kaum Saba’)
35. Surah Faatir (Pencipta)
36. Surah Yaasin
37. Surah As-Saaffat (Yang Berbaris Dengan Teratur)
38. Surah Saad
39. Surah Az-Zumar (Rombongan)
40. Surah Al-Mu’min (Orang yang Beriman)
41. Surah Fussilat (Dijelaskan)
42. Surah Asy-Syuraa (Permesyuaratan)
43. Surah Az-Zukhruf (Perhiasan Emas)
44. Surah Ad-Dukhaan (Kabut/Asap)
45. Surah Al-Jatsiyah (Yang Berlutut)
46. Surah Al-Ahqaaf (Bukit-bukit Pasir)
47. Surah Muhammad (Nabi Muhammad s.a.w.)
48. Surah Al-Fat-h (Kemenangan)
49. Surah Al-Hujurat (Bilik-bilik)
50. Surah Qaf
51. Surah Adz-Dzariyaat (Angin yang Menerbangkan)
52. Surah At-Tur (Gunung)
53. Surah An-Najm (Bintang)
54. Surah Al-Qamar (Bulan)
55. Surah Ar-Rahman (Yang Maha Pemurah)
56. Surah Al-Waqi’ah (Peristiwa yang Tidak Dapat Dielakkan)
57. Surah Al-Hadid (Besi)
58. Surah Al-Mujadilah (Perempuan yang Merayu)
59. Surah Al-Hasyr (Pengusiran)
60. Surah Al-Mumtahanah (Perempuan yang Diuji)
61. Surah As-Saf (Barisan)
62. Surah Al-Jumu’ah (Hari Jumaat)
63. Surah Al-Munafiquun (Golongan Munafik)
64. Surah At-Taghabun (Saling Untung dan Rugi)
65. Surah At-Talaq (Cerai)
66. Surah At-Tahrim (Mengharamkan)
67. Surah Al-Mulk (Kerajaan)
68. Surah Al-Qalam (Pen)
69. Surah Al-Haaqqah (Keadaan Sebenar)
70. Surah Al-Ma’arij (Tempat-tempat Naik)
71. Surah Nuh (Nabi Nuh a.s.)
72. Surah A-Jin (Jin)
73. Surah Al-Muzammil (Yang Berselimut)
74. Surah Al-Muddathir (Yang Berselimut)
75. Surah Al-Qiamah (Kebangkitan)
76. Surah Al-Insaan (Manusia)
77. Surah Al-Mursalat (Yang Diutus)
78. Surah An-Naba’ (Berita Besar)
79. Surah An-Naazi’aat (Yang Mencabut)
80. Surah ‘Abasa (Dia Bermasam Muka)
81. Surah At-Takwiir (Menggulung)
82. Surah Al-Infitar (Pecah Belah)
83. Surah Al-Mutaffifiin ( Golongan yang Curang)
84. Surah Al-Insyiqaaq (Terbelah)
85. Surah Al-Buruj (Gugusan Bintang)
86. Surah At-Taariq (Pengunjung Malam)
87. Surah Al-A’laa (Yang Tertinggi)
88. Surah Al-Ghaasyiah (Peristiwa yang Menggelisahkan)
89. Surah Al-Fajr (Fajar/Sinar Mentari)
90. Surah Al-Balad (Negeri)
91. Surah Asy-Syams (Matahari)
92. Surah Al-Lail (Malam)
93. Surah Adh-Dhuha (Pagi yang Cemerlang)
94. Surah Al-Insyirah/Al-Syarah (Kelapangan)
95. Surah At-Tin (Buah Ara)
96. Surah Al-‘Alaq (Gumpalan Darah)
97. Surah Al-Qadr (Kemuliaan)
98. Surah Al-Baiyinah (Bukti yang Nyata)
99. Surah Al-Zalzalah (Kegoncangan)
100. Surah Al-‘Aadiyaat (Yang Berlari Kencang)
101. Surah Al-Qari’ah (Hari Yang Hingar Bingar)
102. Surah At-Takathur (Bermegah-megah)
103. Surah Al-‘Asr (Waktu)
104. Surah Al-Humazah (Pengumpat)
105. Surah Al-Fiil (Gajah)
106. Surah Quraisy (Kaum Quraisy)
107. Surah Al-Ma’un (Barangan Berguna)
108. Surah Al-Kauthar (Melimpah-ruah)
109. Surah Al-Kafirun (Golongan Kafir)
110. Surah An-Nasr (Pertolongan)
111. Surah Al-Lahab (Nyalaan Api)
112. Surah Al-Ikhlas (Tulus Ikhlas)
113. Surah Al-Falaq (Subuh/Dinihari)
114. Surah An-Nas (Manusia)

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