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Taraweeh Text – Juz 20

Ayat: an-Naml 56 – al-Ankabut 45

The basic theme of Surah al-Qasas http://www.quran-wiki.com/surah-overview.php?sura=28 is Prophethood. Some aspects of the life of Prophet Moses are mentioned to show the similarity between him and Prophet Muhammad. There are also answers here to the questions and doubts that were raised by some non-believers.

Promise of Allah. There is a promise in the begining of the Surah to the mother of Musa, that her child shall be returned to her (28:7). Indeed, Allah fulfilled His promise. The Surah ends with Allah promising the Prophet Muhammad, that He shall return him back home (28:85). This seems to be towards the end of the Makki period and just prior to the Hijrah [migration] to Madinah. Indeed, Allah did fulfill His promise with the conquest of Makkah. This is a demonstration of the fact that, with out doubt, Allah does help and give victory to His friends and this adds to the Yaqin [certainty] of the Believer.

Surah al-Ankabut http://www.quran-wiki.com/surah-overview.php?sura=29&aya=0 reminds the Believers to be strong in their faith and not to give up their faith because of hardship or family pressures. Stories of previous Prophets and their followers are also mentioned here to show that the path of truth is not an easy path. It has trials and hardships.

Connection between the beginning and the ending of the Surah

Those who struggle for Allah. Allah says in the beginning, "He who jahada [struggles] does for the benefit of himself." [29:6]. In the end of the Surah, "Those who jahada [struggles] for Us - We will surely guide them to Our ways. And indeed, Allah is the Muhsineen." [29:69]

What you expect to hear today:

1. The contrast between the Tawhid and shirk. Allah or the so-called gods of Shirk.

2. The surety of Resurrection.

3. The coming of the Day of Judgment.

4. Story of Moses and Pharaoh is related. Pharaoh was persecuting the Israelites. Allah wished to show his favour to the oppressed people. Birth of Moses and then his growing up in Pharaoh's own palace.

5. Moses' encounter with an Egyptian and his escape to Madyan.

6. Moses' marriage in Madyan.

7. Moses receives Prophethood and especial signs from Allah. His appearance before Pharaoh. Pharaoh's denial and then Allah's punishment for him and his armies.

8. The Prophet relating these stories by inspiration from Allah and for a purpose.

9. Allah's guidance is continues.

10. The message of Islam is Tawhid.

11. The story of Qarun: his character and his end.

12. Allah's promise for the Believers.

13. Tests and trials are part of faith.

14. Examples of Prophets Noah and Ibrahim.

15. Example of Prophet Lot.

16. Example of Prophet Shu'aib. References to the people of 'Ad, Thamud, Qarun and Pharaoh. Message of Prophet Moses. Spider web of Shirk.

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Taraweeh Text – Juz 21

Ayat: al-Ankabut 46 – al-Ahzab 30

Surah Rum http://www.quran-wiki.com/surah-overview.php?sura=30&aya=0 reminds us that Allah is in control of everything. Those who are short sighted they see only what is apparent but they do not realize that there is a Creator and Master of this whole universe and it is He who is governing everything.

The promise of Allah is mentioned in the beginning and the end of the Surah. Allah says وَعْدَ اللَّـهِ ۖ لَا يُخْلِفُ اللَّـهُ وَعْدَهُ "[It is] the promise of Allah. Allah does not fail in His promise..." [30:6] and the last Ayat of the Surah is فَاصْبِرْ إِنَّ وَعْدَ اللَّـهِ حَقٌّ "So be patient. Indeed, the promise of Allah is true...." [30:60]

Allah Almighty ends this Surah saying, فَاصْبِرْ إِنَّ وَعْدَ اللَّـهِ حَقٌّ "So be patient. Indeed, the promise of Allah is true...." (30:60). The prediction of what will happen to the Romans after their defeat to the Persian Empire is a way of demonstrating that He knows the future and the Believer should be rest assured that if He promises something, He will, without doubt, fulfill His promise.

In Surah Luqman, Tawhid is emphasized. Surah as-Sajdah discusses some of the doubts and arguments of the non-believers against the principles of Tawhid, Risalah and Akhirah. Every thing points that there is a Wise and Powerful Creator for this universe. He has not created all this phenomenon in vain. Surah al-Ahzab deals with a number of social and political issues. It talks about the practice of child-adoption, some marriage customs, battle of Ahzab and Bani Quraydhah, social issues related to Hijab of Muslim women. It also talks about the hypocrites and their conduct in the society.

What you expect to hear today:

1. Give the message of Allah in the best way.

2. The truth will succeed. Allah guides the steps of those who follow the right path.

3. The defeat of the Romans and then later their victory is foretold.

4. Creation and Resurrection belong to Allah. Glorify Allah at different times of the day.

5. The signs of Allah in nature.

6. The true religion corresponds and enhances the nature. Teachings of the religion of nature: Tawhid, care of the family and relatives, economic justice and charity.

7. Qur'an is a book of guidance and mercy for all people.

8. The advices of Luqman, the wise man.

9. Signs of Tawhid in the heaven and earth. Shirk or polytheism has no basis.

10. In crisis people turn to the Real God. Let not the things of this world deceive you. All knowledge belongs to Allah.

11. The Qur'an is from the Lord of the Worlds. Allah created this whole universe. He created human beings, but some human beings deny the resurrection.

12. The custom of adoption and Islamic instructions about it. Prophet Muhammad (saw) is dearer to the believers than their own selves.

13. The Battle of Ahzab and the way of the hypocrites.

14. The excellent role model of the Prophet Muhammad (saw).

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Abbasid Gold Coin from year 207 AH (822–3 AD). Surah Rum Ayat 4 and 5 in part.
*Taraweeh Text – Juz 22*

Ayat: al-Ahzab 31 – Ya Sin 27

Surah Saba answers some of the objections raised by the non-believers about Tawhid, Risalah and Akhirah. It also speaks about Prophets David and Solomon and the Queen of Sheba to remind people about the consequences of evils as well as righteousness.
Surah Yasin explains some of the basic beliefs of Islam, especially the belief in life after death and the Akhirah.

*What you expect to hear today:*

1. The household of the Prophet, his pious wives.

2. Allah's rewards for the Believing men and women. Prophet's marriage with Zainab. The finality of the Prophethood.

3. Prophet Muhammad (saw) is sent as a witness, a bearer of glad tidings and Shining Lamp. The marriages of the Prophet: certain privileges and restrictions.

4. Rules of conduct in domestic relations.

5. Rules of Hijab, Warnings to the hypocrites, the Last Hour.

6. Believers must speak right. The burden of trust assumed by the human being.

7. The Day of Judgment will surely come.

8. Allah's favours on Prophets David and Solomon. Allah's judgment on the people of Saba'.

9. Shirk will be of no use on the Day of Judgment. Prophet Muhammad is sent for all people.

10. The wrong leaders will leave their followers on the Day of Judgment, the discussion of their mutual recrimination.

11. Material riches do not necessarily bring you closer to Allah.

12. Allah's creative power and His angels. None can stop the mercy of Allah. Be aware of Satan.

13. The success of the truth over falsehood will surely come.

14. Allah has power to remove you and bring another group in your place. Every people had a Warner.

15. Allah's plan cannot be changed or altered. Allah gives time to people to repent.

16. The truth of the Qur'an and the truth of Prophet Muhammad.

17. Allah's messengers were sent to other people. The response of those to whom the prophets were sent and the result of their denial.

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Taraweeh Text – Juz 23

Ayat: Ya Sin 28 – Az-Zumar 31

Surah as-Saffat speaks about the oneness of Allah in very strong terms. Surah Saad talks about the basic message of all the Prophets and Messengers of Allah. The Prophets suffered and went through a lot of hardship in presenting Allah's message. Power and riches all come from Allah. Some people become arrogant when they have power. But Allah gave the examples of David and Solomon who were great prophets as well as powerful kings. They obey Allah. Their riches did not corrupt them.

Surah az-Zumar talks about the true religion. It is to serve Allah sincerely and to avoid Shirk. Tawhid brings the blessings of Allah, while Shirk has terrible consequences. The Believers are told not to despair and lose heart. If it is difficult for them to practice their religion in one place, they can migrate from that land.

What you expect to hear today:

1. Reminders about death and the Day of Judgment.

2. The Lord of the heaven and earth is one God. The mockers at the Prophet of God will one day see the truth. The Day of Judgment will dawn suddenly.

3. Allah delivered Prophet Noah from his enemies. Prophet Ibrahim's encounter with idolatry. The test of Prophet Ibrahim. His willingness to sacrifice his son.

4. How Prophet Yunus was delivered from the belly of the whale. Angels are not Allah's daughters; they are Allah's servants. Allah's messengers will succeed.

5. Remember Allah's servant Prophet David. Allah's blessings upon him. He was tested and he turned to Allah.

6. Allah's blessings upon Prophet Solomon. He was also tested, but he repented and was forgiven by Allah.

7. There is only one God. The great message. Allah created Adam, but Iblis became his enemy. He vowed to mislead human beings. Allah's curse came upon him and upon those who follow him.

8. To Allah belongs the pure and sincere religion. The principle of Tawhid and its benefits. The evil of Shirk and its consequences.

9. The reward of those who are steadfast in their faith.

10. The perfect guidance of the Qur'an. It is straight without any crookedness.

Full Article: http://www.quran-wiki.com/articleDetail.php?id=31
Taraweeh Text – Juz 24

Ayat: Az-Zumar 32 – Fussilat 46

There are seven Surahs (al-Ghafir, Fussilat, ash-Shura, az-Zukhruf, ad-Dukhan, al-Jathiyah, al-Ahqaf) that begin with the word "HaMim". Thus these seven Surahs are also called "al-Hawamim". These are Surahs of Da'wah, inviting people to believe in Allah, take advantage of the mercy of Allah. There is solace and comfort in these Surahs for the Believers who were persecuted because of their faith and they are given the good news that the truth will prevail.

What you expect to hear today:

1. Allah is sufficient for the Prophet. The rejecters will be abased.

2. The futility of Shirk and its evil consequences.

3. Allah's mercy is available for all.

4. The Qur'an is from Allah who is both Merciful and Severe in Punishment. Warnings to the non-believers and comfort to the believers.

5. The failure of the disbelievers. The Day of Judgment belongs to Allah.

6. A lesson from the history of Prophet Moses. Even the mighty Pharaoh and his army could not help him against the wrath of Allah.

7. A Believer from the Pharaoh's people declared his faith. His conversation with his people.

8. The false leaders will take their people to hell.

9. Allah helps the Prophets and their followers.

10. The Glory of Allah. Allah has power over life and death.

11. The fate of the un-believers will be bad.

12. Take lessons from the past history. After the judgment comes, repentance makes no difference.

13. Invitation to the truth of the Qur'an. The Qur'an is a book that explains everything.

14. Those who deny Allah, their own body will witness against them.

15. The disbelievers’ plan to suppress the message of the Qur'an will fail. Allah gives strength to the Believers.

16. The best people are those who invite to Allah. The effect of the revelation on the Believers. The signs of Allah.

17. Allah gives time to people to repent. What good or evil you do is for and against your own selves. The truth will gradually succeed.

Full Article: http://www.quran-wiki.com/articleDetail.php?id=32
Taraweeh Text – Juz 25

Ayat: Fussilat 47 – al-Jathiya 37

Surah Shurah emphasizes that the message of the Qur'an is from Allah Who revealed similar messages to other Prophets and Messengers. The religion of Allah has been the same throughout history. Surah az-Zukhruf tells us that the revelation is a mercy from Allah. The worldly goods and riches do not necessarily mean that a person is best in the sight of Allah. The real value comes from following the truth and righteousness.

Surah al-Jathiyah warns those who deny the Divine truth. It talks about human arrogance and sinfulness. The judgment of Allah will cover all the people. The nations will stand before him in the kneeling condition.

What you expect to hear today:

1. Allah revealed His message to His Prophets. The purpose of revelation is to warn people about the Day of Judgment. Had Allah willed, He would have forced all people into one Ummah, but the wrong-does will see the consequences of their deeds.

2. Allah deals justly with all people. Allah accepts the repentance. Allah's mercy is manifest in the universe.

3. Believers should avoid sins, be patient, work with each other in consultation and practice forgiveness.

4. Shirk and blind following of ancestors are major problems of non-believers.

5. Allah chooses the Prophets and Messengers according to His wisdom. The worldly riches do not mean much in the sight of Allah.

6. Those who forget Allah come under the influence of the Satan.

7. Jesus' Message was also changed by some of his people.

8. The Believers will succeed in the Hereafter.

9. The Day of Judgment is a certainty.

10. Allah will punish the wrongdoers and He shall reward the righteous.

11. Allah's signs are all over in the universe and in our own soul. Those who deny the revelation of God will see punishment of Allah.

12. Some people have made their desires their god. They also deny the Hereafter.

13. People will stand before Allah on their knees. Their record of deeds will be presented to them.

Full Article: http://www.quran-wiki.com/articleDetail.php?id=33
Taraweeh Text – Juz 26

Ayat: al-Ahqaf 1 – Adh-Dhariyat 30

Surah al-Ahqaf gives warnings to those who deny the truth. When Allah's punishment comes then neither the sea, nor the dry land can protect. There is a reference in this Surah to the people of 'Ad and Allah's punishment for their sins.

Surah Muhammad talks about the real struggle that will take place between the truth and falsehood. In this struggle the truth will be victorious and the falsehood and its votaries will be utterly defeated.

Surah al-Fath talks about the moral and physical victory of Islam over the forces of unbelief. The hypocrites and disbelievers will be disappointed with this victory.

What you expect to hear today:

1. Allah sent down the Qur'an and He has created the heaven and earth. The gods of Shirk have created nothing. Is there any proof for Shirk? The truth of this revelation is manifest.

2. The Qur'an verifies the previous revelations.

3. Warnings to those who deny the truth. A group of Jinn accept the message. Be patient in giving the message of Allah.

4. Those who believe in Prophet Muhammad their sins are removed and their condition will improve. The opponents of the truth will perish.

5. The weak hearted and the blind are not able to see the truth.

6. The real success. Do not be intimidated, stand firm and struggle for the cause of Allah.

7. The victory that came through the Treaty of Peace at Hudaibiyah.

8. The hypocrites and their false excuses.

9. Allah is pleased with the Believers who are with the Prophet. Allah's promises for the Believers. Ultimate triumph of Islam.

10. Respect of the Prophet. Proper manner of dealing with reports. Relations among the Believers.

11. Moral and ethical teachings to keep group harmony and solidarity. Relations with groups and tribes. Faith is a favour of Allah to the Believers.

12. Nature points out to the Resurrection.

13. Allah is closer to us than our life-vein. The death, the end of the world, and the Resurrection.

14. Falsehood will end. The righteous shall be rewarded. The character of the righteous people.

Full Article: http://www.quran-wiki.com/articleDetail.php?id=39
Taraweeh Text – Juz 27

Ayat: Adh-Dhariyat 31 – al-Hadid 29

Surah Tur: Those who are in doubt of his message let them produce a similar message. Let them also produce any proofs supporting their wrong beliefs. Surah an Najm talks about the eminence of the Prophet (saw) with his Mi'raj and closeness to Allah. Surah al-Qamar talks about the approaching Day of Judgment. It describes some of the scenes of that Day. It also tells us that Allah's judgment may come here and now. Surah ar-Rahman clearly indicates that Prophet Muhammad is Allah’s Prophet and Messenger for both human beings as well as Jinns. Allah's many blessings and favours are mentioned in this Surah. Human beings and Jinn are invited to remember these favours and not to deny Allah's blessings.

Surah al-Waqiah talks about the resurrection that will definitely take place. It is a fact undeniable. The human beings then will be in three different groups. Surah al-Hadeed:. Light and Life are for the Believers. The disbelievers walk in darkness. Warning to those who refuse to acknowledge Allah. Sincere in faith are those who are willing to sacrifice and help the poor and needy. The life of this world is temporary.

What you expect to hear today:

1. The fate of the people of Prophet Lot. Prophet Moses and the fate of Pharaoh. People of 'Ad and Thamud and the people of Prophet Noah.

2. Hasten to Allah. Do not associate anyone in the divinity of Allah. Remind, the reminding will help the Believers. The Judgment of Allah is near.

3. Warnings about Allah's coming punishment for the disbelievers. Reward for the Believers.

4. The Mi'raj experience of the Prophet Muhammad (saw). Gods or goddesses of the non-believers are mere conjectures and names without any reality.

5. Those who deny the truth they are standing against the power and majesty of Allah.

6. The Day of Judgment is near. References to Prophet Noah, and to the tribe of 'Ad,

7. Pharaoh and his arrogance. The opponents in Makkah are told whether they think they are better or more powerful than those nations. The wrong doers did suffer the consequences of their evil deeds

8. The various bounties of Allah.

9. Everything is finite, but Allah is infinite. Everyone depends on Allah. The warnings to the guilty.

10. The reality will come to pass. The humanity will be in three camps: people of the right hand, people of the left hand and the foremost in faith. The reward of the believers.

11. The guilty and their punishment. Arguments about the Tawhid and Akhirah.

12. The Qur’an and its consistent message. Reminder about death, divine judgment and the reward and punishment.

Full Article: http://www.quran-wiki.com/articleDetail.php?id=35
Taraweeh Text – Juz 28

Ayat: al-Mujadila 1 – at-Tahrim 12

What you expect to hear today:

1. The custom of Dhihar is condemned. The rights of women should be protected.

2. Allah is aware of the secret counsels of the hypocrites. Believers should not involve in such activities. The rules of gatherings in Islam.

3. Be aware of the internal enemies also. Do not take as patrons those who are the enemies of Allah and His Messenger.

4. The Banishment of the Jewish tribe of Banu Nadhir. The distribution of the spoils.

5. The false promises of the hypocrites.

6. The exhortation of the Believers to faith. The Beautiful Names of Allah.

7. Do not take Allah's and your own enemies as your patrons and allies.

8. It is allowed to have friendly relations with those non-Muslims who do not fight you in your religion and do not expel you from your lands. Some rules related to women who migrated to Madinah and their husbands had not accepted Islam.

9. Struggle for the Truth. The light of Islam will shine more.

10. The way of success for the believers is to struggle for the truth.

11. Allah's favour upon Muslims that Allah sent His Prophet among them to teach them and to purify them. Bani Israel neglected the commands of Allah.

12. Muslims are exhorted to observe the Friday prayers and always remember Allah.

13. Criticism of hypocrisy.

14. Exhortation of the Believers.

15. Allah created human beings, some among them are believers and some non-believers. He knows everything. He sent His Prophets to warn and remind. Remember the Day of Judgment.

16. Believe in Allah, purify your motives and be generous in giving for the cause of Allah.

17. The Rules of Divorce.

18. Warning to those who disobey the commands of Allah.

19. The rules of Allah are supreme. Save yourselves and your families from fire.

20. Allah requires true repentance. Salvation is not based on family or tribal relations but on Iman and Taqwa.

Full Article: http://www.quran-wiki.com/articleDetail.php?id=36
Taraweeh Text – Juz 29

Ayat: al-Mulk 1 – al-Mursalat 50

What you expect to hear today:

1. Surah al-Mulk: It talks about the greatness of Allah and beautiful universe that He has created. It reminds people that if they consider the laws of universe and travel in the land with open eyes, they will indeed see that this whole kingdom belongs to Allah and He controls everything.

2. Surah al-Qalam: The Surah tells us that the message of the Prophet is not the talk of a madman. The writings of all scriptures bear testimony to the truth of this message. It urges people to be charitable and help the poor and needy. The story of the people of a garden is mentioned who wished to deny the charity to the poor and they suffered the consequence in losing everything. The Surah ends with the story of Prophet Jonah. It urges the Prophet and through him his followers to continue this mission and not to give up in frustration. The mission of Islam is for the whole world.

3. Surah al-Haqqah: The Surah tells about the fate of Thamud, 'Ad, Pharaoh, other overthrown towns, the flood that came in the time of Prophet Noah. It talks about the reward of the faithful and the punishment of disbelievers. At the end it reminds the people that this message is not poetry of a poet and something made up by the Prophet himself, it is the revelation of the Lord of the worlds.

4. Surah al-Ma'arij: It talks about the ways of the ascent of the Believers. The rise of truth will be gradual, but it is sure. The Surah talks about the problems of human beings in general, but those who believe their character is different. It warns about the coming doom of the disbelievers.

5. Surah Nooh: This Surah talks about the preaching of Prophet Noah and then his prayer for the destruction of the disbelievers. Thus Allah's wrath came upon them and they were all destroyed in a flood.

6. Surah al-Jinn: The Surah gives assurance that the message of Allah will be accepted. It talks about some Jinn (a hidden creation) who accepted the message and in this way gives a prediction that if the present people deny the message, then others, yet hidden, but they will accept this message.

7. Surah al-Muzzammil: The Surah emphasized prayers and the reading of the Qur'an in prayers. It tells the Prophet and all those who stand to preach the message of Allah to take their strength from the word of Allah. Read the Qur'an and spend your wealth in the path of Allah.

8. Surah al-Muddathir: The subject of this Surah is da'wah of Islam. The Prophet and his followers are told to stand up to remove the evils and vices from the society. It also gives the warnings of the coming doom for those who deny the truth.

9. Surah al-Qiyamah: The Surah talks about the spiritual resurrection of the soul when it becomes aware of its Lord and it speaks about the physical resurrection that will take place at the end of the world.

10. Surah al-Insan: This Surah speaks about the ways human being can attain growth and spiritual development. The rewards of the Believers and the character of the Believers are also mentioned.

11. Surah al-Mursalat: In the previous Surah it was mentioned how the Believers receive the moral and spiritual perfection, now in this Surah it is mentioned how the rejecters of the truth have their downfall and are destroyed.

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Taraweeh Text – Juz 30

Ayat: an-Naba 1 – an-Nas 6

What you expect to hear today:

Complete list of Surahs see full article (link below)

1. Surah an-Naba: The Surah gives an important news or message. It tells us that the Day of Decision is coming. This beautiful and orderly universe is pointing to the Day of Decision. Allah will bring all people to judgment. The wicked will be thrown in the hell and the righteous will receive their reward from Allah.

2. Surah an-Nazi'at: It speaks about Allah's angels who take the souls at the time of death. As Allah has power to take away the souls, as He has created the whole universe, He also has the power to resurrect people after their death. The story of Prophet Moses and Pharaoh is mentioned to warn the people about the consequences of arrogant pride which leads to the denial of the truth.

3. Surah 'Abasa:. The Surah begins with the incident of a blind man (Abdullah ibn Umm Maktum) who came to the Prophet to seek knowledge, while the chiefs of Makkah were denying the message. It talks about the greatness of Allah's message. Those who will accept this message they will benefit from it. But those who deny this message they are bringing harm to their own selves.

4. Surah al-Infitar: The Surah reminds human being that Allah has given them a wonderful proportionate shape, but they and the whole universe are totally dependent upon Allah. The creation has a purpose and the Day of Judgment will come.

5. Surah al-Mutaffifin: The Surah warns those who commit fraud in business. It reminds about honest dealings. The righteous will prosper. Allah has the record of every person.

6. Surah al-Buruj: The Surah speaks about the persecution of the Believers. Allah watches over His own people and He will bring His enemies to judgment. The Surah warns the opponents of this message. Their end might be the same as that of many nations before who denied Allah's message and persecuted the Believers.

7. Surah ad-Dhuha: This Surah gives the message of hope and consolation. It reminds about Allah's blessings and the way the Believers should take these blessings.

8. Surah at-Tin: The conclusion is drawn that Allah's judgment will come.

9. Surah al-Qadr: The Surah talks about the majesty and glory of the Qur'an and the time in which the Qur'an was revealed.

10. Surah al-'Adiyat: The Surah tells us the ungratefulness of man and where it leads him. It describes the wild and unruly life style of the Arabs before Islam. It also reminds us that Allah is aware of all the hidden secrets of human souls and He will expose them on the Day of Judgment.

11. Surah al-Takathur: The Surah talks about the evil consequences of materialism and this worldliness.

12. Surah al-Fil: The Surah reminds about the event when the Ka’bah was attacked by an army from the Southern part of Arabia, but Allah destroyed this army. It is the same God who protected the Ka’bah, His message is now presented by Prophet Muhammad (saw).

13. Surah al-Ma’un: Religion means social service, helping the poor and needy. The Surah tells us that the true belief in God and the last day create a kind and compassionate character.

14. Surah al-Kafirun: The Surah tells us that there cannot be any compromise in the matters of faith and worship. People are free to follow whatever religion they want, but the truth and falsehood cannot be mixed together.

15. Surah al-Ikhlas: This is a great Surah of Tawhid. It speaks about the oneness of Allah.

16. Surah al-Falaq: The Surah reminds us that evil is lurching everywhere and any things can become harmful. One should always be conscious, do right things and seek Allah’s protection.

17. Surah an-Nas: The Surah tells us that Satan is always against the human beings and he puts wrong suggestions in their minds. We should seek Allah’s protection from Satan and his whisperings. This is a very appropriate ending for the Book of Allah. The Book of God is to provide protection from all evil and success under the guidance of Allah.

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