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A SUMMARY OF THE SURAH
SURAH NAML AND SURAH QASAS TILL
SURAH ANKABOOT AYAT 44
PAGE 526 TO PAGE 558
SURAH 27: SURAH NAML
Allaah introduces the Surah with encouragement towards the Qur’aan itself.
Together with arousing greater interest in the Qur’aan, Allaah then also consoles Rasulullaah s in verse 6. ”
In [verse 7 to 14]. This is the first narrative which proves that Only Allaah is the Knower of the unseen.
The second incident of Dawood e and Sulaymaan e … proves that Only Allaah has knowledge of the unseen
The incident tells us that Sulaymaan e could never have possessed knowledge of the unseen because he had no knowledge about the whereabouts of Hudhud, neither did he know about the people of Saba and their queen.
This third incident proves the other reason for Allaah being the Only True Benefactor of man. The fact that the Mu’mineen from Saalih e’s) nation were saved while the rest were annihilated proves that Allaah has the power to do as He pleases. This means that Only He can truly benefit or harm man.
The Surah therefore contains the following:
* The Surah begins with an introduction and encouragement.
* Rasulullaah s is consoled thrice in the Surah once at the beginning and twice towards the end.
* Four narratives concerning the Ambiyaa e are related.
* Five proofs for the second reason are mentioned, each ending with the words, “Is there another Ilaah with Allaah?”
SURAH 28: SURAH QASAS
A SUMMARY OF THE SURAH
Verses discuss the life of Moosa e before he announced his prophethood, as well as his life afterwards. It provides details about how he preached to the people and how they rejected his message. However, after much perseverance, he and his followers Were finally rescued, while Fir’oun and his people were drowned.
Thereafter, the Surah presents replies to certain objections of the Kuffaar.
These objections are followed by five logical proofs that substantiate Moosa e’s message of Towheed. The various proofs mentioned in this Surah prove that Only Allaah is the Controller of the universe, the Knower of the unseen and that blessings and good fortune only proceed from Him. Therefore, only He must be worshipped and called upon when in need.