Main Page

Download
About Islam
Islamic Pillars
Prophetic Tradition
Islamic Encyclopedia
Non-Muslims
Legislation
Creed
Prophet's Stories
Islamic history
Islamic Architecture
Library
Islamic conferences
Islamic conferences
   Quran /86- AT-TÂRIQ The Bright Star Revealed at Makkah /
 
Introduction

        Next


This sûrah opens with a solemn declaration exemplifying Allâh’s omnipotence by asserting that every self is protected by a guardian angel who watches over innocence and folly. The sûrah calls upon man to ponder on his origination and reminds him that he was created from an emitted fluid, in order that he may conclude that He Who created him from nothingness can bring him to life again after death. Then the sûrah gives another solemn declaration asserting that the Qur’ân is an authoritative revelation and canon of faith that is conclusive, determinate, and decisive. It is not the object of ridicule, nor is it derisive. Yet the disbelievers, in their effort to misguide people and divert them from Allâh’s Path, keep plotting and scheming, but Allâh plans an unfailing scheme. The sûrah ends with a plea to Muhammad to overlook their actions and give them respite. In the Name of Allâh, The All-Merciful, The Ever-Merciful

 
Main Page Contact us Links About us Site Map