This summary of the sixth TarawÃ®h covers the verses from the second quarter of the seventh Juz (verse 116 of SÃ»rah Maâ€™idah), and concludes midway through the eighth Juz (up to the end of SÃ»rah Anâ€™Ã¢m).
On the Day of QiyÃ¢mah AllÃ¢h will remind Hadhrat ÃŽsa Alayhis SalÃ¢m about his miraculous birth, about the various miracles that AllÃ¢h allowed him to perform and about the favours that AllÃ¢h bestowed on him and his mother Hadhrat Maryam (R.A). AllÃ¢h will then ask him, â€œO ÃŽsa, son of Maryam! Did you tell the people, â€˜Take myself and my mother both as deities instead of AllÃ¢h?â€™â€ Hadhrat ÃŽsa will deny that he ever encouraged this and will accede, â€˜You know what is in my heart… I only told them what You had commanded me with i.e. â€˜Worship AllÃ¢h, Who is my Rabb and your Rabb!â€™ … If You punish them, then verily they are Your slaves, and if You pardon them, then surely You are the Mighty, the Wise.â€™â€ (verses 116-118 of SÃ»rah MÃ¢â€™idah).
SÃ»rah Anâ€™Ã¢m commences after SÃ»rah Maâ€™idah. AllÃ¢h mentions that it has always been the practice of the KuffÃ¢r to ridicule the AmbiyÃ¢ and to call them wizards. However, AllÃ¢hâ€™s DÃ®n will always conquer and rise, while the KuffÃ¢r will suffer a terrible doom for their falsehood.
Whereas AllÃ¢h provides sustenance to people and does not require any sustenance from them, other gods cannot provide sustenance for their devotees but rather require sustenance from them. AllÃ¢h exhorts RasulullÃ¢h SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam not to be distressed about the aversion of the KuffÃ¢r, but to be patient because AllÃ¢h will definitely assist him. The SÃ»rÃ¢h makes it clear that none will be required to account for the actions of another on the Day of QiyÃ¢mah and every person will be held responsible for his/her own acts. On the Day of QiyÃ¢mah the KuffÃ¢r will come to learn the errors of their ways. On that day, all kingdoms will belong solely to AllÃ¢h and none shall have any say in any matter.
After describing how Hadhrat IbrahÃ®m recognised AllÃ¢h as his true Deity, AllÃ¢h tells the Quraysh of Makkah that his people denied him just as they (the Quraysh) deny the message of RasulullÃ¢h SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam. The conclusion is drawn from this that the Quraysh also stand to face the same destructive consequences as the people of Hadhrat IbrahÃ®m Alayhis SalÃ¢m did.
AllÃ¢h also points out that the worst oppressor is the one who lies about AllÃ¢h and who rebels against AllÃ¢hâ€™s commands. Oppressors will never be successful, especially in the Ã‚khirÃ¢h. AllÃ¢h has promised that the Day of QiyÃ¢mah shall take place. AllÃ¢h advises the Women never to swear the gods of others so that they do not retort by swearing AllÃ¢h.
End of Seventh Juz
Beginning of Eighth Juz
AllÃ¢h commands RasulullÃ¢h SallallÃ¢hu â€˜alayhi wasallam to announce to the people, â€œCertainly my Rabb has guided me to the straight path … Surely my SalÃ¢h, all my acts of worship, my life and my death are for AllÃ¢h, the Rabb of the universe. He has no partner. With this have I been commanded and I am the first of those who surrender.â€ (SÃ»rah Anâ€™Ã¢m, verses 161-163)
The following aspects have been emphasised in this SÃ»rah:
1. Never ascribe any partner to AllÃ¢h.
2. Treat parents kindly.
3. Never slay your children for fear of poverty because AllÃ¢h sustains everyone.
4. Never even come close to acts of promiscuity and immodesty.
5. Never take the life of any person without a legal right to do so.
6. Be just when weighing and measuring.
7. Always speak the truth and implement justice even though it may impact negatively on oneâ€™s relatives.
8. Keep your word to AllÃ¢h and to fellow man.
The TarawÃ®h recitation concludes with the words: â€œVerily your Rabb is Swift in punishment and indeed He is the Most Forgiving, Most Merciful.â€