Verse of the Day

Above is Surah Ikhlas from the Quran. It’s the 112 Surah. It has four Ayats (verses). Ikhlas means Purity of Faith.


In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful 

Say, “He is Allah, the One, and Only

Allah, the Eternal, Absolute 

He begetteth not, nor is He begotten

And there is none like unto Him”.

The concept of pure monotheism was foreign to almost all the people living in Arabia: the pagans, Jews, and Christians, at the time Islam came.

The Prophet (Peace be upon him) invited people to worship God alone. To answer people’s questions this Surah was revealed.

I have imitated  Musings of AJ


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4 thoughts on “Verse of the Day”

  1. and its One 3rd of the Quran. Just a suggestion , I heard Ustad Nouman Ali khan and Dr.Israr ahmad strongly disagreeing to use word verse as an english translation of the word ayat, Scholar like Dr.Zakir naik and Ahmad deedat used the word verse often to describe the ayat, but Dr.Israr ahmad had a point, he said Word verse is used for poems and music, but the Quran claims that it is not a poetry nor a music, plus the word ayat means the sign, he argued we should introduce the terms ayats and Surah to non muslims rather than telling them verses and chapters. JazakAllah khair sis ,

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    1. Thank you for pointing my mistake. Normally I write Ayat, then put verse in bracket for those who don’t know what Ayat means. I prefer saying Ayat because that’s its really called. JazakAllah.

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