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Al-Ala
الأعلى
Classification Makkan
Meaning of the name The Most High
Statistics
Sura number 87
Number of verses 19
Juz' number 30
Number of Rukus 1
Number of Sajdahs 0
Previous Sura At-Tariq
Next Sura Al-Ghashiya

Surat Al-ʿAlā (Arabic: الأعلىal-Aʿlà, The Most High, Glory To Your Lord In The Highest) is the 87th sura of the Qur'an with 19 ayat.

Summary

Sura * Al-Ala was said to be one the favorite suras of Muhammad. This sura includes the basic Islamic concept of life and existence, the unity of ALLAH, reality of divine revelation and mentions the reward and punishment in the hereafter.

Human often hide things from each other and from himself as well. The sura reminds us that Allah knows things that are declared and things that lie hidden. The final verse of this sura affirms that the message of this sura was also revealed to Abraham and Moses in their scriptures.[1]

Notes

  1. ^ Sells, Michael, Approching The Qur'an, p. 72-73, ISBN 1883991692
At-Tariq The Qur'an - Sura 87 Next Sura:
Al-Ghashiya
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