The 28th Juz is recited in this TarawÃ®h. It includes SÃ»rahs MujÃ¢dalah, Hashar, Mumtahina, Saff, Jumuâ€˜ah, MunÃ¢fiqÃ»n, TaghÃ¢bun, TalÃ¢q and TahrÃ®m.
MujÃ¢dalah begins this Juz. AllÃ¢h states that it is foolish for any person to refer to his wife as his mother (as a method of separating from her). If a man does this, it will be HarÃ¢m for him to cohabit with his wife until he pays the required KafÃ¢ra. The KafÃ¢ra is that he frees a slave (male or female), fasts for two consecutive months or feeds sixty poor people.
Thereafter, AllÃ¢h teaches the etiquette of gatherings and warns people against hosting secret meetings to plot against RasulullÃ¢h SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam or to commit other sins. AllÃ¢h says that such meetings are among the acts of ShaytÃ¢n.
In SÃ»rah Hashar thereafter, AllÃ¢h states that the true Muâ€™minÃ®n are those people who assist the Muslims who migrate for AllÃ¢h and RasulullÃ¢h SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam. They are people who do not close their hearts despite living in difficult circumstances. Rather, they give preference to others above themselves. The MunÃ¢fiqÃ®n are completely different because they display the traits of ShaytÃ¢n. They encourage people to commit evil acts and then excuse themselves saying that they have nothing to do with these people. AllÃ¢h urges people to heed the advice of the Qurâ€™Ã¢n, which is so mighty that it can crush mountains under its weight.
SÃ»rah Mumtahina begins after SÃ»rah Hashar. AllÃ¢h tells the Muâ€™minÃ®n in this SÃ»rah that they should terminate all secretive contact with the KuffÃ¢r after migrating to Madinah. The KuffÃ¢r are enemies to the Muslims and will never be their allies. A Muslim can never trust a kÃ¢fir because the ambition of the kÃ¢fir is to convert the Muslim into a kÃ¢fir like himself/ herself. AllÃ¢h also states that the faith of a woman should be tested when she migrates to the Muslims. She must be allowed to remain among the Muslims if she is found to be sincere.
Addressing the Muâ€™minÃ®n in SÃ»rah Saff, AllÃ¢h admonishes them for claiming to do things that they have not done. This is an extremely serious crime in AllÃ¢hâ€™s sight. AllÃ¢h loves those Muâ€™minÃ®n who stand together like a fortified wall when facing the enemy in JihÃ¢d. AllÃ¢h then quotes Hadhrat ÃŽsa who prophesised the advent of RasulullÃ¢h to the Bani IsrÃ¢â€™Ã®l, referring to RasulullÃ¢h SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam as â€œAhmedâ€. AllÃ¢h ends the SÃ»rah by assuring the Muâ€™minÃ®n that the KuffÃ¢r will never be able to extinguish AllÃ¢hâ€™s light and that AllÃ¢h will definitely grant them victory over their enemies.
In SÃ»rah Jumuâ€™ah, AllÃ¢h explicitly states, â€œ0 you who believe! When you are called for SalÃ¢h on the day of Jumuâ€™ah (Friday), then hasten towards AllÃ¢hâ€™s remembrance and leave all trade. This is best for you if you only knew. Thereafter, when the SalÃ¢h has been completed, then spread out on earth and seek from AllÃ¢hâ€™s bounty (sustenance) and remember AllÃ¢h in abundance so that you may succeedâ€ (verses 9 and 10). The concluding verse of the SÃ»rah states: â€œAllÃ¢h is the Best Sustainerâ€.
AllÃ¢h addresses RasulullÃ¢h SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam in SÃ»rah MunafiqÃ»n, warning him to beware of them. AllÃ¢h says that the words and acts of the MunÃ¢fiqÃ®n contradict their thoughts and feelings. They falsely take solemn oaths in AllÃ¢hâ€™s name whereas they are devoid of ImÃ¢n.
In SÃ»rah TaghÃ¢bun, AllÃ¢h states that only He created everyone. AllÃ¢h made some people KuffÃ¢r and made others Muâ€™minÃ®n with wealth and children as tests for them. AllÃ¢h will forgive those people who are rightly guided.
AllÃ¢h mentions in SÃ»rah TalÃ¢q that husbands should divorce their wives only when the wives are not menstruating. The Iddah should be meticulously observed and it will be regarded as an act of immorality if a woman has to emerge from her home during the Iddah. The Iddah of a non-menstruating divorcee is three months, while the Iddah of a pregnant divorcee will terminate as soon as she delivers. The husband will have to maintain his pregnant wife after the divorce until she delivers his child.
Addressing RasulullÃ¢h SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam in SÃ»rah TahrÃ®m, AllÃ¢h tells him not to forsake AllÃ¢hâ€™s bounties for the sake of his â€˜wives. AllÃ¢h also tells RasulullÃ¢h SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam that he should pay the KafÃ¢ra to be absolved from his vow. AllÃ¢h cautions that any person who wishes to oppose RasulullÃ¢h .b, will have to face the resistance of AllÃ¢h, Hadhrat Jibraâ€™Ã®l and all the pious Muslims at large.
Highlighting the fact that ImÃ¢n is a gift from AllÃ¢h that a person does not attain by simply associating with pious people, AllÃ¢h speaks about the wives of Hadhrat NÃ»h and Hadhrat LÃ»t both of whom died as KuffÃ¢r. On the other hand, the wife of Firâ€™aun passed away as a Muâ€™mina.