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What does Surah saffat talk about?

SURAH SAFFAT BRIEF COMMENTARY & BACK GROUND: The Surah speaks about the teachings of various messengers of God and that all of them preached the same divine message. It tells the real motive of Islam that how you should submit to God and ready for any sacrifice in the way of God.

What page is Surah As-saffat?

37th chapter
As-Saffat (Arabic: الصافات‎, ‘aṣ-ṣāffāt, meaning: Those who rank themselves in Order, “Ranged in Row”, “The Rangers”) is the 37th chapter (sūrah) of the Qur’an with 182 verses (āyāt).

What is wrong with you that you don’t help each other Quran?

In the Quran, Allah (swt) says: “Help one another in acts of piety and righteousness. And do not assist each other in acts of sinfulness and transgression. Verily, Allah is severe in punishment” (Quran 5:2).

Who is Prophet Ilyas who is mentioned in Surah as-saffat?

In Islamic sources, Ilyas’ full name is Ilyas ibn Yasin, since in As-Saffat 37:130, Ilyas is called Yasin. Some stories of Ilyas are also mentioned in Islamic Hadiths; such as the curse of Israelites with drought by Ilyas, healing Alyasa, and fighting with Ahab.

What is zaqqum tree?

According to the Quran, Zaqqoum or Zaqqum (Arabic: زقوم‎) is a tree that “springs out of the bottom of Hell”. It is mentioned in verses 17:60 (as the “cursed tree”), 37:62-68, 44:43, and 56:52, of the Quran.

What is the 37th Surah?

Surah As Saffat (“Rangers”) is the 37th chapter of Qur’an and consists of 182 ayats or verses. It is believed to be revealed in Meccan before the Prophet’s migration to Medina. An instructive lesson is taught in this this Surah by telling the story of the Prophet Abraham.

Who is the prophet Ilyas who is mentioned in Surah as saffat?

What is kindness in Islam?

Kindness is a behaviour marked by principled traits, a pleasant temperament and a concern for others. Kindness is not just a matter of the heart. Prophet Muhammad said, “Kindness is a mark of faith, and whoever is not kind has no faith.” (Narrated by Muslim.)