The recitation of the Qurâ€™Ã¢n is completed in this which commences from SÃ»rah Bayyinah, the 98th SÃ»rah of the Qurâ€™Ã¢n, ending with SÃ»rah NÃ¢s, the 114th and final SÃ»rah of the Qurâ€™Ã¢n.
AllÃ¢h is pleased with the righteous and they are pleased with Him because they are the best of AllÃ¢hâ€™s creation. As for the evildoers, they are the worst of AllÃ¢hâ€™s creation. On the Day of QiyÃ¢mah, AllÃ¢h will be so just that even a good act the size of an atom will be rewarded and a sin just as small will also not pass unnoticed.
AllÃ¢h says that man acknowledges that he has an ungrateful nature, but his intense love for wealth does not permit him to mend his ways. AllÃ¢h reminds mankind to be mindful of the Day of QiyÃ¢mah because they can never fathom the flaming inferno of Jahannam. Man is reminded that he will have to answer for the wealth that he possesses, which makes him negligent of his duties in this world. Besides the righteous Muâ€™minÃ®n, the rest of mankind is at a loss.
AllÃ¢h warns man that every tale-carrier and miser is destined for Jahannam. In SÃ»rah FÃ®l, AllÃ¢h illustrates how He used little birds with pebbles to destroy the army of elephants that Abraham brought to demolish the Kaâ€˜bah. In the next SÃ»rah, AllÃ¢h tells the Quraysh that they should worship He only because it was Him who made their city a sanctuary of peace.
In SÃ»rah Maâ€™Ã»n, AllÃ¢h condemns those who rebuke orphans and the poor and who are vain and miserly. These are the ones who remain negligent of the SalÃ¢h. AllÃ¢h consoles RasulullÃ¢h SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam by telling him not to let the taunts of a certain KÃ¢fir affect him because it will be the very same wretch who will be without progeny and will be nameless in history. AllÃ¢h urges RasulullÃ¢h ft to continue performing SalÃ¢h and offering sacrifices because AllÃ¢h shall soon award him with the pond of Kawthar as a gift in the Ã‚khirÃ¢h.
In SÃ»rah KÃ¢firÃ»n, AllÃ¢h clearly distinguishes between the Muâ€™minÃ®n and the KuffÃ¢r so that the one is not confused for the other. AllÃ¢h makes mention of the culmination of RasulullÃ¢hâ€™s SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam duty in SÃ»rah Nasr and commands RasulullÃ¢h SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam to engage in excessive glorification and praise of AllÃ¢h. SÃ»rah Lahab curses Abu Lahab and his wife because the couple harmed RasulullÃ¢h SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam, immensely. SÃ»rah IkhlÃ¢s declares, â€œSay, â€˜He is AllÃ¢h, the One. AllÃ¢h is Independent. He is neither the child of anyone nor has He any children. There is none comparable to Him.
SÃ»rah Falaq is an invocation to AllÃ¢h for His protection and makes reference to the witchcraft that was intended to harm RasulullÃ¢h SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam. Finally, SÃ»rah NÃ¢s invokes AllÃ¢hâ€™s protection against ShaytÃ¢nâ€™s instigation and traps.