The 27th Juz is recited in this TarawÃ®h. This Juz begins with verse 31 of SÃ»rah DhÃ¢riyÃ¢t and includes SÃ»rahs TÃ»r, Najm, Qamar, RahmÃ¢n, WÃ¢qiâ€™ah and HadÃ®d.
The Juz opens with the incident of Hadhrat IbrahÃ®m Alayhis SalÃ¢m when some angels visited him in the guise of humans and informed him of the imminent birth of his son Hadhrat Isâ€™hÃ¢q Alayhis SalÃ¢m When he asked them what their duty was, they replied that they were out to rain a shower of stones upon the nation of Hadhrat LÃ»t Alayhis SalÃ¢m They had been sent to punish these people.
AllÃ¢h then relates the incidents of Hadhrat MÃ»sa the Ã‚d, the Thamud and the nation of Hadhrat NÃ»h The SÃ»rah expounds AllÃ¢hâ€™s greatness, establishes TauhÃ®d and RisÃ¢lah and then describes the purpose of manâ€™s creation in the following words: â€œI have created man and Jinn only to worship Meâ€ (verse 56). AllÃ¢h stresses that He sustains all and does not require sustenance from anyone.
SÃ»rah TÃ»r commences next. In this SÃ»rah, AllÃ¢h warns the rejecters of the Day of QiyÃ¢mah that the day will be so severe that the heavens and the earth will tremble and mountains will fly about like cotton-wool. The KuffÃ¢r will be thrown into Jahannam and the punishment will be severe for those who reject the truth. It is only foolish people who will harass a NabÃ® who only wishes well for them. Those who reject the truth are really evil in nature. AllÃ¢h urges RasulullÃ¢h SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam to be patient and assures him that he will certainly be assisted.
SÃ»rah Najm thereafter makes mention of the miraculous journey of Miâ€™rÃ¢j. AllÃ¢h says that RasulullÃ¢h SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam had neither gone astray nor erred and that he drew so close to AllÃ¢h that there scarcely remained the distance between two ends of a bow between them. AllÃ¢h makes it clear that RasulullÃ¢hâ€™s SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam eyes did not deceive him and that he saw everything clearly. AllÃ¢h then spoke certain things to RasulullÃ¢h about which no third being has any knowledge.
AllÃ¢h tells people that that they should never doubt the words of RasulullÃ¢h SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam especially concerning the Miâ€™rÃ¢j because â€œhe does not speak of his own will. Everything he says is revelation that descends on him.â€ (verse 41)
In SÃ»rah Qamar thereafter, AllÃ¢h speaks about RasulullÃ¢hâ€™s SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam miracle of splitting the moon; a miracle that foretold the eventual defeat of the KuffÃ¢r. AllÃ¢h says that the KuffÃ¢r are unlikely to mend their ways because they refer to the miracles of RasulullÃ¢h SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam as magic. However, the time is near when they will hang their heads in remorse and flee from the truth.
SÃ»rah RahmÃ¢n follows SÃ»rah Qamar as the 55th SÃ»rah of the Qurâ€™Ã¢n. In this SÃ»rah, AllÃ¢h enumerates a large number of bounties that He has bestowed on man. Throughout the SÃ»rah AllÃ¢h repeatedly asks, â€œWhich bounty of your Rabb will you two (man and Jinn) deny?â€ Among the other bounties, AllÃ¢h speaks of manâ€™s creation, the knowledge AllÃ¢h granted man, and the creation of everything else that is of use to man. By identifying all these bounties, man is introduced to AllÃ¢h. The SÃ»rah also describes the Ã‚khirÃ¢h and highlights the fact that everything besides AllÃ¢h is perishable. AllÃ¢h asserts, â€œEverything on earth shall perish but the countenance of your Majestic and Benevolent Rabb shall remain.â€ (verse 27)
SÃ»rah WÃ¢qiâ€™ah describes the advent of QiyÃ¢mah when the records of righteous peopleâ€™s acts will be given in their right hands, while those of the KuffÃ¢r and sinners will be given in their left hands from behind their backs. The SÃ»rah States that the diet of the people of Jahannam shall be the fruit of a poisonous tree and scalding water. AllÃ¢h ends the SÃ»rah by drawing manâ€™s attention to the fact that the Qurâ€™Ã¢n is a great blessing from AllÃ¢h, which has an elevated position in the Lawhul MahfÃ»dh [The Protected Tablet] in the heavens.
SÃ»rah HadÃ®d follows SÃ»rah WÃ¢qiâ€™ah by stating that every creation glorifies AllÃ¢h. AllÃ¢h exhorts Muslims to spend in His way; this is regarded as a loan yielding a minimum of ten times the reward. Pious people neither become despondent when afflicted with adversities nor do they behave boastfully and arrogantly when enjoying prosperity. According to their acts, these are the ones who will attain the status of SiddÃ®q and ShahÃ®d. AllÃ¢h also tells the Ahlul KitÃ¢b that AllÃ¢h bestows His grace and favour upon whomsoever He wills.