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Surat Resurrection - Al-Qiyaama
Sheikh Mishari Bin Rashid Alafasy
At the Grand Mosque in Kuwait
Prayers of the night of 27th Ramadan 1435 AH 2014 
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Surat Al Haqqah سورة الحاقة
Emotional Recitation by
Sheikh Mishari Bin Rashid Alafasy
At the Grand Mosque in Kuwait
Prayers of the night of 27 Ramadan 1435 AH 2014 

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28 Ramaḍān 1435 AH [Yawm al-Sabt]
#quranJuz’ 28 (Al Mujadila 1 - At Tahrim 12) #ramadan2014 
#مشاري_العفاسي
Surat At-Taghābun (The Mutual Disillusion) - سورة التغابن
Medinan (surah 64 • 18 ayahs)
»The surah that calls the Day of Judgement the day of DISPOSSESSION. For those who abandon faith and choose to disbelieve shall lose Paradise and be thrown into Hellfire, cheated forever from felicity by their own souls and their leaders. Those who believe, however, shall gain Paradise against all the attempts of the unbelievers to distract them in the world from faith and goodness, guided away from Hellfire by God and His messengers. It takes its name from “they day of dispossession” (yawm al-taghābun) mentioned in verse 9. The surah opens with a description of God’s power, wisdom, and knowledge (verse 1 ff.). The disbelievers are reminded of the end of those who disbelieved before them (verse 5 ff.), and their denial of the Resurrection is strongly refuted (verse 7). The believers are urged to be wary but forgiving of the enemies they may have within their own families (verse 14 ff.) and warned to remain steadfast and to spend in God’s cause (verse 8 ff. and verse 16 ff.).«

مشاري راشد العفاسي المصحف المرتل ١٤٢٤هـ - تسجيل خاص في الكويت و مصر

28 Ramaḍān 1435 AH [Yawm al-Sabt]
#quranJuz’ 28 (Al Mujadila 1 - At Tahrim 12) #ramadan2014 
#مشاري_العفاسي
Surat Al-Munāfiqūn (The Hypocrites) - سورة المنافقون
Medinan (surah 63 • 11 ayahs)
»The surah that declares that God bears witness that the false profession of faith by THE HYPOCRITES is uttered only as a screen to hide their duplicity. It takes its name from its main topic, “the hypocrites” (munāfiqūn). The surah warns the believers about the treachery of the hypocrites and describes their behaviour in some detail. A specific occasion on which the hypocrites tried to stop anyone donating money to believers is described (verse 7 ff.) and God calls on the Muslims to compensate for this by giving more of their own funds to the needy (verse 9 ff.).«

القرآن الكريم كاملا ( تلاوات نادرة ) مشاري راشد العفاسي

28 Ramaḍān 1435 AH [Yawm al-Sabt]
#quranJuz’ 28 (Al Mujadila 1 - At Tahrim 12) #ramadan2014 
#مشاري_العفاسي
Surat Al-Jumu`ah (The Congregation, Friday) - سورة الجمعة
Medinan (surah 62 • 11 ayahs)
»The surah that enjoins the believers to proceed at once to the ritual Prayer of the FRIDAY congregation and to quit all commercial transacting as soon as they hear the call to the Prayer. It takes its name after “Friday” (jumuʿah) prayer mentioned in verse 9. The surah instruction to the believers to observe the Friday prayer promptly and reliably when called and reminds the Muslims of God’s grace in granting them a prophet and the chance to grow spiritually (verse 2 ff.). Those who do not act in accordance with the knowledge they have been given are criticized (verse 5 ff.).«

القرآن الكريم كاملا ( تلاوات نادرة ) مشاري راشد العفاسي

28 Ramaḍān 1435 AH [Yawm al-Sabt]
#quranJuz’ 28 (Al Mujadila 1 - At Tahrim 12) #ramadan2014 
#مشاري_العفاسي
Surat Aş-Şaf (The Ranks) - سورة الصف
Medinan (surah 61 • 14 ayahs)
»The surah that declares God’s love of all those believers who maintain the solid RANKS or lines of unreachable communal unity in selflessly and fearlessly defending God’s cause against aggression. It takes its name from verse 4, in whicn the word “ranks” (ṣaff) occurs. The surah encouraging the believers to stick together in support of God’s cause and criticizes those who broke their word (verse 3) and those who argued against the faith (verse 7 ff.). Moses and Jesus are cited as examples of prophets whose communities were divided: the rebellious were left to stray and the faithful granted success (verse 5 ff. and verse 14). The rewards of those who strive in God’s cause are described in some detail (verse 11 ff.).«

مشاري راشد العفاسي المصحف المرتل ١٤٢٤هـ - تسجيل خاص في الكويت و مصر

28 Ramaḍān 1435 AH [Yawm al-Sabt]
#quranJuz’ 28 (Al Mujadila 1 - At Tahrim 12) #ramadan2014 
#مشاري_العفاسي
Surat Al-Mumtaĥanah (She that is to be examined) - سورة الممتحنة
Medinan (surah 60 • 13 ayahs)
»The surah that instituted for lone female Émigrés to Islam the swearing of a scared oath as the test of faith, THE WOMEN TESTED, establishing publicly that their migration was purely for the sake of God, without worldly motive, so as to vouchsafe to them full protection and rights in the Muslim community. It takes its name from verse 10 concerning “the testing” (imtiḥān) of new female converts to Islam. The surah was revealed between the Treaty of Ḥudaybiyyah and the conquest of Mecca: instructions are given on how to deal with women who leave Mecca and join the Muslims, and the procedure for wives who leave Medina for Mecca (verse 10 ff.). The Muslims are instructed on the appropriate allocation of their loyalties (verse 1 ff., verse 7 ff. and verse 13) and Abraham is cited for them as an example to learn from (verse 4).«

القرآن الكريم كاملا ( تلاوات نادرة ) مشاري راشد العفاسي

28 Ramaḍān 1435 AH [Yawm al-Sabt]
#quranJuz’ 28 (Al Mujadila 1 - At Tahrim 12) #ramadan2014 
#مشاري_العفاسي
Surat Al-Ĥashr (The Exile) - سورة الحشر
Medinan (surah 59 • 24 ayahs)
»The surah that mentions THE BANISHMENT, God’s expulsion, of the clan of Banū al-Naḍīr from their prodigious fortress-settlement near Medina, in the mustering it calls the first of its kind: for they had betrayed their covenant of mutual defence by aiding idolaters against monotheistic believers. It takes its name from the “banishment” or “gathering of forces” (ḥashr) of the Jewish tribe from Medina, which is mentioned in verse 2. The Banū al-Naḍīr, who originally agreed with the Prophet that they would fight neither for nor against him, yet, after the Meccan defeat of the Muslims in the Battle of Uḥud (year 3/625), made an alliance with the Meccans. They also tried to kill the Prophet while he was in their area. He asked them to leave and they agreed, but Ibn Ubayy, the head of the “hypocrites” of Medina, promised them that, if they fought the Muslims, he and his camp would fight with them (verse 11 ff.), and, if they had to leave Medina, he and his camp would leave with them. Because the Banū al-Naḍīr had repeatedly broken their agreements, the Muslims besieged them in Medina (in year 4/626), Ibn Ubayy did not keep his promise, and the Banū al-Naḍīr agreed to leave, some going to Syria and some to Khaybar. In this surah, God stresses that any gains were His doing and so should be distributed in accordance with His instructions (verse 6 ff.). The end of the surah, consequently, emphasizes obedience and awe towards God (verse 21 ff.).«

مشاري راشد العفاسي المصحف المرتل ١٤٢٤هـ - تسجيل خاص في الكويت و مصر

28 Ramaḍān 1435 AH [Yawm al-Sabt]
#quranJuz’ 28 (Al Mujadila 1 - At Tahrim 12) #ramadan2014 
#مشاري_العفاسي
Surat Al-Mujādila (The Pleading Woman) - سورة المجادلة
Medinan (surah 58 • 22 ayahs)
»The surah that mentions the complaint of Khawlah bint Thaʿlabah to the Prophet as THE PLEADER for dignity of women against the abominable practice whereby husbands estranged their wives from intimacy on false pretext. It takes its name from the phrase “pleads with you” (tujādiluka) mentioned in verse 1. The surah disallows a specific pagan divorce practice. It goes on to state that those who oppose God and His messenger, who secretly ally themselves with Satan, who lie in their oaths and make intrigues against the Prophet, will be defeated and suffer humiliation both in this world and in the next (verse 5 and verse 20), while those on God’s side will triumph (verse 22).«

القرآن الكريم كاملا ( تلاوات نادرة ) مشاري راشد العفاسي

The Advantages and Rewards for whoever reads surat Al-Kahf

The Prophet (SAWS) said, “He who reads surat Al-Kahf on Friday, Allah will light for him radiance that stretches from his feet to the holy Ka’ba.”

The Prophet (SAWS) also said, “…and he who reads the last ten ayahs of surat Al-Kahf, Al-Dajjal will not be able to harm him.”.

And in another Hadith, “…whoever among you encounters him – Al-Dajjal – should read upon him the opening ayahs of surat Al-Kahf.”

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27 Ramaḍān 1435 AH [Yawm al-Jum‘a]
#quran Juz’ 27 (Adh-Dhāriyāt 31 - Al Hadid 29)
#ramadan2014 #مشاري_العفاسي
Surat Al-Ĥadīd (The Iron) - سورة الحديد
Medinan (surah 57 • 29 ayahs)
»The surah that mentions the heavy metallic element IRON as being sent down by God form the heavens to endow the earth itself with mighty force, and humanity with the many benefits of its malleable and structural strength, and all the great tests of faith that arise from this. It takes its name from verse 25, which mentions iron (ḥadīd). The surah urges the believers to spend in God’s cause and uphold justice. The all pervasiveness of God’s power, knowledge, control, and glory is affirmed to encourage the believers to right action, and the fate of the hypocrites is described. Previous prophets are mentioned (verse 26 ff.), especially Noah, Abraham, and Jesus, showing the response they received. The surah closes with a reference to the People of the Book.«

القرآن الكريم كاملا ( تلاوات نادرة ) مشاري راشد العفاسي

27 Ramaḍān 1435 AH [Yawm al-Jum‘a] #quran Juz’ 27 (Adh-Dhāriyāt 31 - Al Hadid 29) #ramadan2014 #مشاري_العفاسي Surat Al-Wāqi`ah (The Inevitable) - سورة الواقعة Meccan (surah 56 • 96 ayahs) »The surah that opens by naming the occurrence of the end of time with the title, THE IMMINENT; for all who deny that it is coming will never belie it when finally it happens. It takes its name from verse 1, which mentions “the Imminent Hour” (al-wāqiʿah) i.e., the Day og Resurrection. The surah whose central message is stated in its opening verses: the Day of Judgement is inevitable and it will sort people into the humiliated and the richly rewarded. As in the previous surah, people are divided into three classes: those brought near to God (the best of the believers), those on the right (the ordinary believers), and those on the left (the disbelievers). Ample proof is given of God’s power and consequently His ability to bring about the Resurrection (verse 57 ff.).« ” سورة ” الواقعة
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27 Ramaḍān 1435 AH [Yawm al-Jum‘a] #quran Juz’ 27 (Adh-Dhāriyāt 31 - Al Hadid 29) #ramadan2014 #مشاري_العفاسي Surat Ar-Raĥmān (The Beneficent) - سورة الرحمن Medinan (surah 55 • 78 ayahs) »The surah that crowns the Quran and opens with the chant of a single word proclaiming one of God’s most beautiful names, THE ALL-BENEFICENT. It takes its name from verse 1 which mentions “the All-beneficent” (al-raḥmān). The surah highlights Gods wonders in this world, describes the end of the world, and paints an evocative picture of the delights of Paradise. Hell is briefly contrasted (verse 43 ff.) with the joys that await the righteous. The surah is characterized by the refrain “So which of your Lord’s bounties will you both deny?” which runs throughout. The surah divides mankind and jinn into three classes: the disbelievers (verse 41 ff.), the best of believers (verse 46 ff.), and the ordinary believers (verse 62 ff.).« مشاري راشد العفاسي
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