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Analysing Surah Al-Mulk (Introduction)

Wednesday, 17 February 2010

In the name of God, Compassionate, Merciful بسم الله الرحمن الرحيمِ | Peace be with you السلام عليكم

Introduction | Part 1 | Part 2

As I have an assignment 'homework' from my Al-Maghrib Qur'an course in January, I thought to be different and analyse one chapter for my whole paper.

I, along with 150+ other attendees studied the 29th volume of the Qur'an, the 29th 'juz called Tabarik. This section of the Quran contains eleven chapters - or suwar in Arabic (surah is singular for one chapter, suwar, pl.):

For my assignment which was due in February, I chose the chapter Al Mulk, which has 30 verses and speaks primarily of the following wonders,
  • the creation of the universe,
  • the creator of death, life, stars, birds, water, 'heavens', land and earthquakes;
  • the punishment and a description of Hell and its inmates,
  • and ends with a parable of a disbeliever and a believer in Allah.

Now I don't want to be accused of cheating inshAllah by sharing my ideas, which is why I'm posting this after the deadline; the Quran is for all to use and read. I learn from this also as it repeats what I studied. (I'll post my assignment afterwards, just don't tell anyone!)

Notes to follow soon... I lost my note book right now.

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