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  Sura 77 of the Quran  
سورة المرسلات
Sūrat al-Mursalāt
The Emissaries

Arabic text · English translation

Classification Meccan
Other names (Eng.) Winds Sent Forth, The Loosed Ones, Those Sent Forth
Structure 50 verses

Sūrat al-Mursalāt (Arabic: سورة المرسلات‎) (The Emissaries, Winds Sent Forth) is the 77th chapter (sura) of the Quran with 50 verses.[1]


بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمنِ الرَّحِيمِِ

Bismillāhi r-raḥmāni r-raḥīm

Beginning is with Allah's name Ar-Rahman Which Means "The Fountain of Infinite Mercy". [Note]It should be remembered that it is not the written text/part/Ayah of سُورة and hence it is never numbered. For convenience of those readers who are already believers, this is traditionally printed since it is commanded in the Qur'an to read/recite with the Name of Sustainer Lord, The Creator with the exception of the ninth Sura.

1 "By the emissary winds, (sent) one after another."

2 "By the raging hurricanes."

3 "By those which cause earth's vegetation to revive."

4 "By those who winnow with a winnowing."

5 "By those who bring down the Reminder."

6 "To excuse or to warn."

7 "Surely that which ye are promised will befall."

8 "So when the stars are put out."

9 "And when the sky is riven asunder."

10 "And when the mountains are blown away."

11 "And when the messengers are brought unto their time appointed."

12 "For what day is the time appointed?."

13 "For the Day of Decision."

14 "And what will convey unto thee what the Day of Decision is."

15 "Woe unto the repudiators on that day."

16 "Destroyed We not the former folk."

17 "Then caused the latter folk to follow after."

18 "Thus deal We ever with the guilty."

19 "Woe unto the repudiators on that day."

20 "Did We not create you from a base fluid."

21 "Which We laid up in a safe abode."

22 "For a known term."

23 "Thus We determined (things). How excellent is Our determining."

24 "Woe unto the repudiators on that day."

25 "Have We not made the earth a receptacle."

26 "Both for the living and the dead."

27 "And placed therein high mountains and given you to drink sweet water therein."

28 "Woe unto the repudiators on that day."

29 "(It will be said unto them:) Depart unto that (doom) which ye used to deny."

30 "Depart unto the shadow falling threefold."

31 "(Which yet is) no relief nor shelter from the flame."

32 "Lo! it throweth up sparks like the castles."

33 "(Or) as it might be camels of bright yellow hue."

34 "Woe unto the repudiators on that day."

35 "This is a day wherein they speak not."

36 "Nor are they suffered to put forth excuses."

37 "Woe unto the repudiators on that day."

38 "This is the Day of Decision, We have brought you and the men of old together."

39 "If now ye have any wit, outwit Me."

40 "Woe unto the repudiators on that day."

41 "Lo! those who kept their duty are amid shade and fountains."

42 "And fruits such as they desire."

43 "(Unto them it is said:) Eat, drink and welcome, O ye blessed, in return for what ye did."

44 "Thus do We reward the good."

45 "Woe unto the repudiators on that day."

46 "Eat and take your ease (on earth) a little. Lo! ye are guilty."

47 "Woe unto the repudiators on that day."

48 "When it is said unto them: Bow down, they bow not down."

49 "Woe unto the repudiators on that day."

50 "In what statement, after this, will they believe."

Ahadith about Sura Al-Mursalat[edit]

1- Al-Bukhari recorded from Abdullah – that is Ibn Mas'ud — that he said, “While we were with the Messenger of Allah in a cave at Mina, Saudi Arabia, ‘By the Mursalat.’ was revealed to him. He was reciting it and I was learning it from his mouth. Verily, his mouth was moist with it when a snake leaped out at us. The Prophet said, ‘Kill it!’ So we quickly went after it, but it got away. Then the Prophet said: ‘It was saved from your harm just as you all were saved from its harm.”’[2][3][4]

2- In a report from Imam Malik on the authority of Ibn ‘Abbas, he narrated that Umm Al-Fadl (his mother) heard him (Ibn Abbas) reciting: ‘By the Mursalat’ so she said, “O my son! You reminded me with your recitation of this Surat. Verily, it is the last thing I heard from the Messenger of Allah . He recited it in the Maghrib prayer[5][6][7] (i.e., before he died).” Both Al-Bukhari and Sahih Muslim recorded this report in the Two Sahihs by way of Malik.

3- Alqamah ibn Waqqas and Al-Aswad ibn Yazid said: A man came to Ibn Mas'ud. He said: I recite the mufassal surahs in one rak'ah. You might recite it quickly as one recites verse (poetry) quickly, or as the dried dates fall down (from the tree). But the Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) used to recite two equal surahs in one rak'ah; he would recite (for instance) surahs an-Najm (53) and ar-Rahman (55) in one rak'ah, surahs Iqtarabat (54) and al-Haqqah (69) in one rak'ah, surahs at-Tur (52) and adh-Dhariyat (51) in one rak'ah, surahs al-Waqi'ah (56) and Nun (68) in one rak'ah, surahs al-Ma'arij (70) and an-Nazi'at (79) in one rak'ah, surahs al-Mutaffifin (83) and Abasa (80) in one rak'ah, surahs al-Muddaththir (74) and al-Muzzammil (73) in one rak'ah, surahs al-Insan (76) and al-Qiyamah (75) in one rak'ah, surahs an-Naba' (78) and al-Mursalat (77) in one rak'ah, and surahs ad-Dukhan (44) and at-Takwir (81) in one rak'ah.[8][9]


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