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QURAN TRANSLITERATION

WITH ORIGINAL ARABIC TEXT ENGLISH TRANSLATION COMMENTARY

[THE PRAYER OF AL-FALAQ CONTINUES IN AN-NAS. Man is asked to seek refuge with
ALLAH who is his Lord, sovereign and God, from the power of evil of Shaytan and his followers among jinn and men who secretly whisper evil and then leave people to rebel against ALLAH and go astray. As has been said by accepting ALLAH as the Lord, king and God, common people were liberated from the curse of superstition, ignorance and exploitation with which the false lords and kings of the world had been subjecting them since the beginning of collective life on the earth. For their emancipation and liberation, ALLAH sent His messengers and prophets in every age. Therefore material and spiritual purification is not at all possible unless man turns to his supreme Lord, king and God --- ALLAH .]

AN-NAAS
SURAH [114] MANKIND

PRESENTED BY:

MOHAMAD HANIM MOHAMAD ISA

men THE PRAYER OF AL-FALAQ CONTINUES IN AN-NAS. Man is asked to seek refuge with ALLAH who is his Lord, sovereign and God, from the power of evil of Shayta n and his followers among jinn and men who secretly whisper evil and then leave people to rebel against ALLAH and go astray. As has been said by accepting ALLAH as the Lord, king and God, common people were liberated from the curse of superstition, ignorance and exploitation with which the false lords and kings of the world had been subjecting them since the beginning of collective life on the earth. For their emancipation and liberation ALLAH sent His messengers and prophets in every age. Therefore material and spiritual purification is not at all possible unless man turns to his supreme Lord, king and God --- ALLAH.

Qul a-ouzu bi-Rabbin-Naas

[114:1] Say: I seek refuge in the Lord of

see commentary for verse 1 see commentary for verse 1

Malikin-Naas iLLaahin-Naas Min-sharril-Waswaasil-khan-Naas Allazee yuwas-wisu fee sudourin-Naasi Minal-Jinnati wan-Naas


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[114:2] The King of men [114:3] The god of men [114:4] From the evil of the whisperings of
the slinking (Shaitan),


see commentary for verse 1


see commentary for verse 1 see commentary for verse 1

[114:5] Who
men

whispers into the hearts of

[114:6] From among the jinn and the men.

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