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The Holy Quran
41. Surah Fussilat (Explained in detail)
Arabic and English translation and transliteration in 4K
Period of Revelation
Sura Fussilat is the forty first sura of the Qur’an. It is a Makki sura and has an obligatory prostration. It is located in juz’s twenty four and twenty five. The word “fussilat” meaning “elaborated” is mentioned in verse three of this sura and that is why this sura was named and known for it. Sura Fussilat is mostly about disbelievers turning from the Qur’an. Unity of God, the prophethood of the Prophet of Islam (s), the Day of Judgement and mentioning the destinies of the people of ‘Ad and Thamud are among other topics mentioned in this sura.
One of the famous verses in this sura is verse thirty four which invited the Prophet (s) to have the best of manner against ill treatments of disbelievers. Also, verses forty one and forty two which exegetes have considered as evidences for integrity of the Qur’an are among the famous verses of this sura. About the merits of the recitation of this sura, it is transmitted from the Prophet (s) that whoever recites Sura Fussilat, will be given rewards ten times more than the number of the letters in this sura.
English Translation: Sahih International
Arabic Reciter: Mishari ibn Rashid al-`Afasy
English Reciter: Ibrahim Walk
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**Note on the Arabic text**
While every effort has been made for the Arabic text to be correct, it has been copied from Quran.com’s text and therefore some letters might look different due to the font change. I recommend for accurate Arabic letters you refer to Quran.com.