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Surah An-Naml | Recited by Sheikh Noreen Muhammad Siddiq

An-Naml[1] (Arabic: النمل, romanized: ’an-naml, lit. 'The Ant[2][3]') is the 27th chapter (sūrah) of the Qur'an with 93 verses (āyāt). Summary # 1-3 The Quran is a direction of good tidings to the faithful 4-5 Unbelievers are losers here and hereafter 6 The Quran certainly given by God to Muhammad 7-12 The story of Moses at the burning bush 13-14 Moses rejected by Pharaoh and the Egyptians as an impostor 15 David and Solomon praise God for their wisdom 16-17 Solomon’s dominion over Jinn, men, and birds 18-19 The wise ant pleases Solomon 20-44 The story of the Queen of Sheba and her conversion to Islam 45-48 Thamud rejects Sálih their prophet 49-51 Nine men plot the destruction of Sálih and his family 52-54 The Thamúdites and their plotters destroyed, but Sálih and his followers are saved 55-59 The story of Lot and the destruction of Sodom 60-68 God, the creator and preserver, more worthy of praise than false gods 69-70 The unbelievers scoff at the warnings of Muhammad 71-72 They shall certainly be destroyed as were those who rejected the prophets of old 73-77 Judgment on the wicked delayed through the mercy of God 78-80 The Qurán decides the points of controversy among the children of Israel 81 Muhammad comforted by the assurance of his integrity 82-83 Reprobate infidels blind to the error of their ways through the Beast of the Earth 84-90 Signs of judgment and doom of unbelievers 91 The righteous secure from the terror of judgment 92 The wicked shall be punished 93-94 Muhammad commanded to worship God, to be a Muslim, and to proclaim the Qurán 95 God will show his signs to true believers[4] Sura 27 tells stories of the prophets Musa (Moses), Sulayman (Solomon), Saleh, and Lut (Lot) to emphasize the message of tawhid (monotheism) in Arabian and Israelite prophets. The miracles of Moses, described in the Book of Exodus, are mentioned in opposition to the arrogance and kufr (disbelief) of the Pharaoh.[5] The story of Solomon is most detailed: Solomon converted Queen Bilqis of Saba' (Sheba) to the "true religion" after a hoopoe reported to him that she was a sun-worshipping queen.[6] This sura was likely revealed to address the role of the "Children of Israel" among the believers in Mecca, to emphasize and commend the piety of past prophets, and to distinguish the present Qur'anic message from past traditions. [Wikipedia]
11/2/202328 minutes, 14 seconds
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Surah Muhammad | Recited by Ismail Annuri

Muhammad (Arabic: محمد, muḥammad; "Chapter of Muhammad") is the 47th chapter (surah) of the Quran with 38 verses (ayat). Summary # 1 The works of those who oppose Islam shall come to naught 2-3 True believers shall receive the expiation of their sins 4-5 How enemies of Islam are to be treated in war 6-8 God will reward those who fight for Islam 9-12 God will utterly destroy the unbelievers 13-17 The final condition of believers and infidels contrasted 18-20 Hypocrites reproved and warned 21 Obey God and speak kindly; trust in God for better outcomes 22-33 Cowardly Muslims and hypocrites rebuked and warned 34-36 Those who would dissuade Muslims from their duty warned 37 God does not pressure a soul more than it can take 38 Muslims exhorted to liberality in contributing towards the expenses of holy war [Wikipedia]
11/2/202313 minutes, 37 seconds
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Surah Al-Fajr | Recited by Qari Sherif Mostafa

Al-Fajr (Arabic: الفجر, "The Dawn", "Daybreak") is the eighty-ninth chapter (sura) of the Quran, with 30 ayat or verses.[3] The sura describes destruction of disbelieving peoples: the Ancient Egyptians, the people of Iram of the Pillars, and Mada'in Saleh. It condemns those who love wealth and look with disdain upon the poor and orphans. Righteous people are promised Paradise – the final verse says "And enter you My Paradise!". The Surah is so designated after the word wal-fajr with which it opens.[4] Summary # 1-4 Various oaths by natural objects 5-13 Unbelievers are warned by the fate of Ád, Thamúd, and Pharaoh[5] 14-17 Man praises God in prosperity, but reproaches him in adversity 18-22 Oppression of the poor and the orphan denounced 23-26 The wicked will vainly regret their evil deeds on the judgment-day 27-30 The believing soul invited to the joys of Paradise[6] Then the surah discusses that Man praises God in prosperity, but reproaches him in adversity in ayaat 14th to 17th. The discourse then denounces the oppression of the poor in ayaat 18th to 22nd. And approaching the end ayaat 23rd to 25th give the verdict that the wicked will vainly regret their evil deeds on the judgment-day, while ayaat 26th to the 30th gives the good news to the believing soul invited to the joys of Paradise. [Wikipedia]
11/1/20234 minutes, 15 seconds
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Surah Al-Hashr | Recited by Sheikh Noreen Muhammad Siddiq

Al-Hashr (Arabic: الحشر, "The Exile") is the 59th chapter (sūrah) of the Qur'an and has 24 Āyahs (verses). The chapter is named al-hashr because the word hashr, meaning 'exile' or 'banishment', appears in verse 2, describing the expulsion of Jewish Banu Nadir tribe from their settlements. The surah features 15 attributes of God in the last three verses. A similitude is given in verse 21. Verse 6 may be related to the controversies of the land of Fadak. Summary # 1 Everything in the universe praiseth God 2-5 Passage relating to the expulsion of the Baní Nadhír 6-7 Ruling of Muhammad concerning spoils 8-10 Special ruling for the benefit of the Muhájirín 11-17 Hypocrites in Madína reproved for treachery 18-20 Muslims exhorted to fear God 21 Had the Quran descended on a mountain, it would have split asunder 22-24 God hath excellent names, and He only to be worshipped [Wikipedia]
11/1/20238 minutes, 7 seconds
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Surah Ar-Rahman | Recited by Sheikh Noreen Muhammad Siddiq

The title of the surah, Ar-Rahman, appears in verse 1 and means "The Most Beneficent". The divine appellation "ar-Rahman" also appears in the opening formula which precedes every surah except Sura 9 ("In the Name of God, the Lord of Mercy, the Giver of Mercy"). English translations of the surah's title include "The Most Gracious",[3] "The All Merciful",[4] "The Lord of Mercy",[5] "The Beneficent", and "The Mercy-Giving". In the fourth century CE south Arabian pagan inscriptions started to be replaced by monotheistic expressions, using the term rahmān.[6] There is disagreement over whether Ar-Rahman ought to be categorized as a surah of the Meccan or Medinan period. Theodor Nöldeke and Carl Ernst have categorized it among the surahs of the early Meccan period (in accordance with its short ayah length), but Abdel Haleem has categorized it in his translation as Medinan,[7][8] although most Muslim scholars place Sūrat ar-Rahman in the Meccan period.[9][10] According to the traditional Egyptian chronology, Ar-Rahman was the 97th surah revealed.[11] Nöldeke places it earlier, at 43,[12] while Ernst suggests that it was the fifth surah revealed.[13] 1-4 God taught the Quran to the human. 5-16 God the creator of all things. 17-25 God controlled the seas and all that is therein 26-30 God ever liveth, though all else decay and die 31-40 God will certainly judge both men and jinn 41-45 God will consign the wicked to hell-fire 46-78 The joys of Paradise described [Wikipedia]
11/1/20239 minutes, 40 seconds
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Quran recitation for sleeping & meditation | 3 times repeat | Recited by Fatih Sefera

- Surah Al-Fatihah - x3 - Ayat al-Kursi (Surah Al-Baqarah 255) - x3 - Surah Al-Baqarah (285 & 286) - x3 - Surah As-Sajdah - Surah Al-Waqi'ah - Surah Al-Mulk - Surah Al-Ikhlas - x3 - Surah Al-Falaq - x3 - Surah An-Nas - x3 - Adhan
10/31/202354 minutes, 6 seconds
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Surah Maryam by Abdul Rahman Mossad

Ayat 65-98
9/1/20226 minutes, 57 seconds
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Ruqyah | Omar Hisham Al Arabi | 1.2 hours Repeat Recitation for Remove Paranormal Activity

Remove Sihr, Magic, Jinn.
8/31/20221 hour, 26 minutes, 39 seconds
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Surah Al-Ankabut | Relaxing Quran Recitation

Surah Recitation by Abdul Rahman Mossad
8/31/20224 minutes, 30 seconds
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Surah Yasin | Surah Ar Rahman | Surah Al Waqiah | Surah Al Mulk. Reciter by Omar Hisham Al Arabi

Lo Fi Quran recitation for relaxing meditation.
5/10/202257 minutes, 3 seconds