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Sura 14
Aya 1

Chapter 14

Abraham
Ibrāhīm ( ابراهيم )

52 verses • revealed at Meccan

»The surah that records the prayer of Abraham for the security and perpetual godliness of the barren valley of Mecca, when, at God’s command, he settled his beloved wife Hagar and first son Ishmael there, in order to establish the perennial rites of the prayer, as well as other forms of worship, for all time on earth. It is named after Abraham, whose prayer appears in verse 35 ff. Throughout the surah the ungrateful are condemned, and the grateful commended. Abraham also asks that he and his descendants may be protected from idol-worship. This serves to remind the Meccans that they should shun the worship of idols.«

بِسمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحمٰنِ الرَّحيمِ

(Irfān-ul-Quran): I Allahs navn, den mest Barmhjertige, den evig Nåderike

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الر ۚ كِتابٌ أَنزَلناهُ إِلَيكَ لِتُخرِجَ النّاسَ مِنَ الظُّلُماتِ إِلَى النّورِ بِإِذنِ رَبِّهِم إِلىٰ صِراطِ العَزيزِ الحَميدِ

(Irfān-ul-Quran)

Alif, Lām, Rā (kun Allah og Sendebudet صلى الله عليه وسلم kjenner til den sanne betydningen). Dette er en (praktfull) skrift, som Vi har åpenbart for deg for at du skal føre menneskeheten ut av (vantroens) mørke til (troens) lys (og i tillegg lede dem) med deres Herres befaling til den Allmektiges, den all pris verdiges vei.