The 24th Juz is recited in this TarawÃ®h. It commences with verse 32 (if SÃ»rah Zumar and includes SÃ»rah Muâ€™min and SÃ»rah HÃ¢-MÃ®m Sajdah.
AllÃ¢h says in the first verse of the Juz, â€œWho can be more unjust than he who lies about AllÃ¢h, and rejects the truth when it comes to him? Is there no abode for the disbelievers in Jahannam? The one who brings the truth and confirms it, these are the people who are abstinent.â€ (verses 32/3 of SÃ»rah Zumar)
AllÃ¢h promises that He will assist RasulullÃ¢h SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam when He declares in verse 36, â€œIs AllÃ¢h not Sufficient for His bondsman?â€ AllÃ¢h also addresses RasulullÃ¢h SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam. It saying, â€œWithout doubt, We have revealed to you a Book with the truth for the people. Whoever is rightly-guided, is guided for his benefit, and whoever is misguided, then it is to his own detriment. You have not been sent as a warner over them (and therefore cannot be held responsible for their acts).â€ (verse 41)
AllÃ¢h emphasises that sustenance proceeds only from Him and that the KuffÃ¢r always have a chance to be forgiven if they repent to AllÃ¢h sincerely.
SÃ»rah Muâ€™min follows SÃ»rah Zumar. AllÃ¢h declares in this SÃ»rah, â€œThis Book is revealed from AllÃ¢h, The Mighty, The All Knowing, the Forgiver of sins, Acceptor of repentance, Stern in punishment, and All Powerful. There is none worthy of worship besides Him, and all shall return to Him.â€ (verses 2 and 3)
In verse 4 AllÃ¢h addresses RasulullÃ¢h SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam as well as the Muâ€™minÃ®n when He says, â€œIt is only the disbelievers who argue about AllÃ¢hâ€™s verses, so let not their travelling about through the lands (and their apparent might) deceive you (because AllÃ¢h will soon punish them and they are destined to be fuel for Jahannam).â€
AllÃ¢h urges all Muslims to worship only AllÃ¢h and to abstain from shirk even though the KuffÃ¢r and MushrikÃ®n detest this. AllÃ¢h sent the AmbiyÃ¢ to warn people of the difficult Day of QiyÃ¢mah when every act will be apparent. It will be a day of justice and every person will receive the full recompense for whatever good or evil s/he did. AllÃ¢hâ€™s judgement will be binding and He will not be the least unjust to anyone.
AllÃ¢h declares in verse 51, â€œWe shall definitely assist Our AmbiyÃ¢ and those who believe in this worldly life, as well as on the Day witnesses will stand (the Day of QiyÃ¢mah).â€ It will therefore be wisest for people to seek refuge with AllÃ¢h and bear in mind that â€œThe blind and seeing cannot be equal, neither can those who believe and do good acts be equal to the sinner. Little is it that they take heed.â€ (verse 58)
SÃ»rah HÃ¢ MÃ®m Sajdah (also known as SÃ»rah Fussilat) begins after SÃ»rah Muâ€™min. AllÃ¢h says in verse 4 of the SÃ»rah that the Qurâ€™Ã¢n is both â€œa bearer of glad tidings (for the righteous Muâ€™minÃ®n) and a warner (for the others).â€ AllÃ¢h instructs RasulullÃ¢h to announce to the people that he is also a human being like themselves, the only difference being that revelation comes to him. It is this revelation that stresses â€œthat your Deity is only One. So remain devoted to Him, and seek forgiveness from Him.â€ (verse 6)
AllÃ¢h exhorts Muslims to pay their zakÃ¢h and to have a firm conviction in the advent of QiyÃ¢mah, when their limbs will testify against them. AllÃ¢h also advises Muslims to seek refuge with AllÃ¢h whenever ShaytÃ¢n attempts to mislead them because AllÃ¢h is All Hearing and All Knowing. Only AllÃ¢h is worthy of worship.