Quran | Word from Allah

Al-Ta'assi Verse | 33:21

Al-Ta'assi Verse Al-Ta'assi Verse (Arabic: آية التأسي , the Verse of Emulation ) is the verse of Quran 33:21 in which Prophet Muhammad (s) is introduced by God as an excellent pattern or role-model , asking Muslims to follow, and not disobey, him. The verse was revealed amidst verses of the Battle of Ahzāb . However, according to some Quranic exegetes, the Prophet (s) being a pattern or a role-model

Al-Kanz Verse | 9:34

Al-Kanz Verse Al-Kanz Verse , or the Verse of Treasure , is verse of Quran 9:34 in which Jewish clergies and Christian priests are condemned for treasuring up money. " Kanz " means to treasure up too much wealth without paying God's due shares from it. The verse concerns issues such as illegitimate possessions and oppositions to Islam by Jewish clergies and Christian priests.

Al-Ṣulḥ Verse | 8:61

Al-Ṣulḥ Verse Quran 8:61 also known as Al-Ṣulḥ Verse , or the Verse of Peace (Arabic: آیة الصلح ), is the verse of the Quran 8:61 , in which the Prophet (s) is commanded to accept requests for peace and compromise from those who have broken their pledges and fought with Muslims - in his capacity as the leader of the Islamic community, and not

Al-Najwā Verse | 58:12

Al-Najwā Verse Al-Najwā Verse (Arabic: آية النَّجْوَا ) is the verse of Quran 58:12 , which is also known as al-Munajat Verse . According to this verse, when wealthy Muslims wanted to privately consult the Prophet of Islam (s) they were obligated to pay charity to the poor. However, Muslims, other than Imam Alī (a), refused to comply with the command. Thus, in the subsequent

Al-It’ām Verse | 76:7-9

Al-It’ām Verse Āyat al-It’ām (Arabic: آية الإطعام ) is verse of Quran 76:8 ( Sūrah al-Ins ān ) which was revealed with respect to Amir al-Mū’minīn (a) and his family. 1 According to some hadiths and the views of Shi'a and some Sunni exegetes of the Quran, Imam Alī (a), Fatima al-Zahra (a), Imam al-Hasan (a), Imam al-Husayn (a) and their servant, Fidda, fasted for 3 consecutive days

Al-Birr Verse | 2:177

Al-Birr Verse Al-Birr verse (Arabic: آیة البر ) is the verse of Quran 2:177 describing the act of goodness and those who do good: It is transmitted from the Prophet (s) that whoever acts according to this verse, his faith will be perfected. Some have considered the occasion of the revelation of this verse after the immigration from Mecca to Medina and some considered it

Al-Shifa Verse | 17:82

Al-Shifa Verse (Arabic: آیة الشفاء ), or the Verse of Healing , is the verse of the Quran 17:82 which indicates the healing effect of the Quran for believers. According to Quranic exegetes, the Quran heals both physical and psychic problems of human beings. According to some exegetes, the Quran is healing in the sense that it expels polytheism, disbelief, misguidedness, and moral vices, and

Wa In Yakād Verse | 68:51-2

Wa In Yakād Verse (Arabic: آیة وإن یکاد ) refers to verses of Quran 68:51-2 ( Sūrah al-Qalam ). It is also known as the Verse of Evil Eye : Many people install a board containing this verse in their work places, houses, or other places to make themselves immune to Evil Eyes. The verse implies that unbelievers sought to hurt the Prophet (s) with

Al-Istikhlāf Verse | 24: 55

Al-Istikhlāf Verse The Verse of Istikhlāf , ((Arabic: آیة الإستخلاف )or the Verse of Succession , or the Verse of Caliphate , is the verse of Quran 24: 55 , in which God promises the faithful to make them successors on the earth and spread the right religion. The verse was revealed in response to Muslims who were fearful of unsafety and attacks by unbelievers,,

Al-Mawadda Verse | 42:23

Al-Mawadda Verse Al-Mawadda verse (Arabic: آية المودة ) (the Love Verse ) is a part of the Quran 42:23 ( Sūrah Ash-Shūrā ) which shows the high status of the Ahl al-Bayt (a) and considers the reward for the mission of the Prophet (s) nothing except the love of the Ahl al-Bayt. Mawadda means to love.