Ar-Ra'd

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  Sura 13 of the Quran  
الرعد
Ar-Raʻd
The Thunder

Arabic text · English translation


Classification Medinan
Position Juzʼ 13
Number of Rukus 6
Number of verses 43
Number of Sajdahs 1 (15th Ayah)
Number of words 854
Number of letters 3450
Opening muqaṭṭaʻāt 4 Alif Lam Mim Ra (المر)

Sūrat ar-Raʻd (Arabic: سورة الرعد‎‎, "The Thunder") is the 13th sura of the Qur'an, composed of 43 verses. It has Muqattat (Quranic initials) المر (Alif. Lam. Mim. Ra or ALMR). The goal of the Sura: the power of truth and falsehood weakness It decides the oneness of God, the message, the judgment day, and the penalty. The Sura revolves around an important axis that the right is clear between power, and stability, and between weakness, and wrongness no matter how showed, and raised on the right by its false glitter. We should not be deceived by the false glitter of falsehood because it is inevitably fleeting and stays right shined his light on the entire universe. The Sura has offered to contradictions in the universe in which several verses.

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Yusuf
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Ibrahim
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