109 verses • revealed at Meccan
»The surah that mentions the repentance of the people of the Prophet Jonah as an exception among the communities to whom the prophets came. They heeded Jonah’s call. Thus, God shed His grace upon them and exempted them from ruin. “Yūnus” is the Arabic for “Jonah”, the prophet whose account appears in this surah (verse 98). It stresses God’s power, the authenticity of the Quran, and the fate of evildoers. God’s anger at those who consistently deny the truth of His revelations and signs is made clear, as is the fact that, were it not for His decision to await the Day of Resurrection, His judgement would already have fallen upon them. The Prophet is encouraged to be patient and reminded of the fact that he cannot force people to believe.«
بِسمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحمٰنِ الرَّحيمِ
Adel Khoury: Im Namen Gottes, des Erbarmers, des Barmherzigen.
Alif Lam Ra. Dies sind die Zeichen des weisen Buches.