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Ramadan 2008 (The Blessed Month)


Surah Falaq

Surah al-Falaq (The Dawn) teaches us to seek shelter in Allah (S.W.T) from every kind of evil of nature. It teaches us to seek Allah's protection from all dark and evil plottings. This Surah also tells us that those who are sincere worshippers of Allah (S.W.T) must be careful of the envious people, who are the worst of people.

This Surah was revealed in Madina Shareef. It has 5 Ayahs, 23 words and 74 letters.

Surah Inshirah

Surah Inshirah (The Expansion) was revealed during the very early days of the Prophet's (S.A.W) mission. The Prophet (S.A.W) had been very troubled in his early years by the terrible things which went on in Makkan society. Young girls were buried alive, poor people were exploited or abused by the rich, and wars were fought between tribes, killing innocent people. The Arabs began worshipping idols instead of the One Allah (S.W.T). All these things were a great burden (weight) upon the Holy Prophet (S.A.W). When Hazrat Jibra'eel (A.S) came to Him with Allah's (S.W.T) word, it was a great means of comfort and eased his burden.

After reminding Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (S.A.W) of Allah’s (S.W.T) great favours upon Him, the Surah goes on to say that Almighty Allah (S.W.T) always sends some relief along with or after every difficulty.We should continue to strive to perform our worship even after Allah (S.W.T) has eased our load with His Mercy.

Many people are very active in praying when they are in trouble but when everything is going well they forget Allah (S.W.T). When our duties have been performed, we should spend time in the evenings and nights with our Lord, in worship.

The verse “And We have exalted for you your remembrance” was a prophecy of the future. It promises the Holy Prophet (S.A.W) that His status will be famous among the people and will continue to achieve fame. This proved to be true, as He was the first Prophet in history to achieve complete success during his lifetime.

There is no moment in which the Blessed Prophet (S.A.W) is not mentioned somewhere in the world; either in the Shahdah, calling the Azaan, performing the Salaah, giving the Khutbah, reciting the Salaat and Salaam, or making Du'a. This is Allah’s (S.W.T) special favour to Him as His final Messenger and beloved servant.

This Surah was revealed in Makkah Shareef. It has 8 Ayahs, 27 words and 103 letters.