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QURANIC AYAAT AND TRANSLATIONS:

AL FEEL (THE ELEPHANT)

(Revealed at Mecca - contains 5 verses - 1 section)

Allah - beginning with the name of - the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

Section 1

[Feel 105:1] O dear Prophet (Mohammed - peace and blessings be upon him), did you not see how did your Lord deal with the People of the Elephant?

[Feel 105:2] Did He not put their scheme into ruin?

[Feel 105:3] And send flocks of birds upon them,

[Feel 105:4] Which hit them with stones of baked clay,

[Feel 105:5] So He made them like the leftover devoured leaves of farms?

END OF SURAH

AL QURAISH (THE TRIBE OF QURAISH)

(Revealed at Mecca - contains 4 verses - 1 section)

Allah - beginning with the name of - the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

Section 1


[Quraish 106:1] Because of giving alliances to the Quraish.

[Quraish 106:2] (We) gave them alliances during both their travels of winter and summer.

[Quraish 106:3] So they must worship the Lord of this House. (The Ka’aba)

[Quraish 106:4] The One Who gave them food in hunger, and bestowed them safety from a great fear.

END OF SURAH


AL MAO`ON (THE SMALL UTILITIES)

(Revealed at Mecca - contains 7 verses - 1 section)

Allah - beginning with the name of - the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

Section 1

[Mao`on 107:1] Just look at him, who belies the religion!

[Mao`on 107:2] So it is he, who pushes away the orphan,

[Mao`on 107:3] And does not urge to feed the needy.

[Mao`on 107:4] So ruin is to those offerers of prayer -

[Mao`on 107:5] Those who are neglectful of their prayer.

[Mao`on 107:6] Those who make a display (of their deeds).

[Mao`on 107:7] And do not let others ask for small utilities.

END OF SURAH

AL KAUSAR (ABUNDANCE / THE POND)

(Revealed at Mecca - contains 3 verses - 1 section)

Allah - beginning with the name of - the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

Section 1

[Kausar 108:1] We have indeed bestowed the Kausar* upon you (O dear Prophet Mohammed - peace and blessings be upon him). (*Infinite excellent qualities / the greatest number of followers / the sweet pond on the Day of Resurrection)

[Kausar 108:2] So offer the prayers for your Lord, and perform the sacrifice.

[Kausar 108:3] Indeed it is your enemy who is bereft of all goodness.
END OF SURAH

AL KAFIROON (THE DISBELIEVERS)

(Revealed at Mecca - contains 6 verses - 1 section)

Allah - beginning with the name of - the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

Section 1

[Kafiroon 109:1] Proclaim, (O dear Prophet Mohammed - peace and blessings be upon him), “O disbelievers!”

[Kafiroon 109:2] Neither do I worship what you worship.

[Kafiroon 109:3] Nor do you worship Whom I worship.

[Kafiroon 109:4] And neither will I ever worship what you worship.

[Kafiroon 109:5] Nor will you worship Whom I worship.

[Kafiroon 109:6] For you is your religion, and for me is mine.

END OF SURAH
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AL NASR (THE HELP)

(Revealed at Medinah - contains 3 verses - 1 section)

Allah - beginning with the name of - the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

Section 1

[Nasr 110:1] When the help and victory of Allah come,

[Nasr 110:2] And you see people entering the religion of Allah in multitudes,

[Nasr 110:3] Then proclaim the Purity of your Lord while praising Him, and seek forgiveness from Him; indeed He is the Most Acceptor of Repentance.

END OF SURAH


LAHAB (EMBER)

(Revealed at Mecca - contains 5 verses - 1 section)

Allah - beginning with the name of - the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

Section 1

[Lahab 111:1] May both the hands of Abu Lahab be destroyed - and they are destroyed!

[Lahab 111:2] His wealth did not benefit him in the least, nor did whatever he earned.

[Lahab 111:3] He will soon enter the flaming fire.

[Lahab 111:4] And so will his wife; carrying a bundle of firewood on her head.

[Lahab 111:5] A rope made from palm fibre around her neck!

END OF SURAH


IKHLAS (PURITY / SINCERITY)

(Revealed at Mecca - contains 4 verses - 1 section)

Allah - beginning with the name of - the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

Section 1

[Ikhlas 112:1] Proclaim (O dear Prophet Mohammed - peace and blessings be upon him), “He is Allah, He is One.”

[Ikhlas 112:2] “Allah is the Un-wanting.” (Perfect, does not require anything.)

[Ikhlas 112:3] “He has no offspring, nor is He born from anything.”

[Ikhlas 112:4] “And there is none equal to Him.”
END OF SURAH


AL FALAQ (THE DAYBREAK)

(Revealed at Mecca - contains 5 verses - 1 section)

Allah - beginning with the name of - the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

Section 1

[Falaq 113:1] Proclaim (O dear Prophet Mohammed - peace and blessings be upon him), “I take refuge of the One Who creates the Daybreak.”

[Falaq 113:2] “From the evil of His entire creation.”

[Falaq 113:3] “And from the evil of the matter that darkens when it sets.”

[Falaq 113:4] “And from the evil of the witches who blow into knots.”

[Falaq 113:5] “And from the evil of the envier when he is envious of me.”
END OF SURAH

AL NAAS (MANKIND)

(Revealed at Mecca - contains 6 verses - 1 section)

Allah - beginning with the name of - the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

Section 1

[Naas 114:1] Proclaim (O dear Prophet Mohammed - peace and blessings be upon him), “I take refuge of the One Who is the Lord of all mankind.”

[Naas 114:2] “The King of all mankind.”

[Naas 114:3] “The God of all mankind.”

[Naas 114:4] “From the evil of the one who instils evil thoughts in the hearts - and stays hidden.”

[Naas 114:5] “Those who instil evil thoughts into the hearts of men.”

[Naas 114:6] “Among the jinns and men.”

END OF SURAH

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Q:1-Translate and explain the following:

SURAH AL_MAUN

Translation:

Beginning with the name of Allah,the most Beneficial,the Most Merciful

Just look at him, who belies the religion---- So it is he, who pushes away the orphan----
And does not urge to feed the needy------ So ruin is to those offerers of prayer -----
Those who are neglectful of their prayer-----Those who make a display (of their deeds).---
And do not let others ask for small utilities.

Explaination:

Background:


The surah Al-Maun meaning the "small kindness" is the 107th Surah of the Holy Quran and has seven verses.According to the books "Message of the Holy Quran" by "Allama Muhammad Asad" and "The Glorious Quran" by "Marmaduke Pikhtal",the place of revelation of the Surrah is Makkah.
However, "The Holy Quran" by "Allama Muhammad Yousaf Ali" gives a differnt perspective that half of the surrah was revealed at Makkah not the whole,but Muhammad Asad eliminates any doubts by saying that,

"According to some thinkers the four to seven of the Aayats of the Surrah were revealed at Medina,but the observation of all the historical facts have shown that these doubts carry no weight"

In this respect,"Maulana Maududi" in his "Tafheem-ul-Quran" agrees with the later that the whole of the Surrah is without any doubt was unfolded at the holy city of Makkah.
u may not get this much time in papper to be involved in such discussions ,,,,u may just write that some thinkers are of the view that the whole sura was revealed in makkah while some say that 7 ayats...........

CENTRAL THEME:
Allama Yousaf Ali very brilliantly elaborates the central notion of the surrah that it is the firm belief and faith of the men that provides strong foundations to their "Ibadat" or worship.This is the real truth,the right path which enables men , incite and develop in them the feeling of common good for the ones less privileged.The lack of this faith ,all the good deeds and the real cause underlying the concept of worship becomes futile.As Holy Prophet(PBUH) has said,

"God does not accept beleif,if it is not expressed in deeds,and does not accept deeds if they do not conform to belief"

This vividly shows that the movement of man in the right direction shown by Allah ,develops in him the desire to perform good deeds and in return recive the award promised by Allah,the most Beneficient.

no need to mention names of scholars like yousaf ali etc ,,,,,justv try to use ur own words .........

SELFISHNESS A NEGATIVE ATTITUDE:

The underlying notion of the Surrah is the control and elimination of the negative selfish behaviour of men,as this attitude is the main source of development of hatred among the individuals thus causing restlessness in the society on the whole.The belief in the unity of God and the faith in the day of resurrecion enables a person to build a differentiation between good and evil,right and wrong,negative and positive.The rigtheous conduct as prescribed by the basic teachings of Islam can lead all the humanity towards the attinment of the blessings of Allah.As it has been stressed in the Holy Quran,

"Those who believe and act righteously,joy is for them and a blissful home to return to."

Islam demands from evrey Muslim to be selfless and perform his desired role in the society both morally and socially.

HELP OF THE NEEDY:

Islam is not a mere profession of belief,rather it also preaches for the development of the social responsibility towards its fellow beings.The surah is also about those people who refrain from helping others in the hour of need.They are those who are disbelievers of the day of jugdement.Basically this loss of belief in the world hereafter develops in men the low moral values and they fail to realize that islam does not only demand from them a mere following of basic beliefs but it also requires fulfillment certain duties and obligations purely according to the preachings of islam.They are demanded to maintain a equilibrium and promote harmony among the other fellow beings by showing them small good gestures of good conduct and also by the provision of help in their hours of the need.The sign of a true Muslim is that he never refrains from granting full help to those who require it the most.As it has been emphasized in the Holy Quran,

"respect God and be affectionate to the family of God".


Thus good intentions create a world of difference in human life and the same thing has been streesed again and again in Islam.

DISPLAY OF DEEDS:

Another significant aspect which the Surrah points out towrds the men who are pretentious and perform the acts of worships only with the purpose of showing others that how pious and noble they are.This has been purley condemened in Islam as Islam as a religion demands full submission to Allah with pure involment of heart,mind and soul.A firm belief in Allah and the life Hereafter can only make it possible that a man can perform all his deeds whether big or small,high or low,inferior or superior under the pure guidence of islamic principles and moral values.God is the one who will reward him with His blessings and has promised a "blissful home" for those who act righteously with pure commitment and obedience and not with the apparent show of their acts of nobleness.

Conclusion:

Thus the Surrah points out towards the very notable features of human nature that are not acceptable to God. God wants His men to follow the code of conduct that He has revealed to them and live their lives according to it.The Quran offers an ideology of human equality and human worth and endeavours to promote mutual understanding and cooperation among them. Islam awakens in man a new moral conciousness and invites him to deal with all the aspects of humanity,individualy,socially,econonmically as well as politically.Islam spiritualizes the entire existence of men and produces a social movemnet to reconstruct human life in teh light of the principles revealed.
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