Because the Qur’an is the primary source of religious teachings, understanding its meanings is essential for every Muslim. The subjects treated in Surah YaSeen are primarily those denied most by the unbelievers – namely, tawheed, the resurrection and the prophethood of Muḥammad ﷺ. The surah presents arguments appealing to reason and brings to witness some of the visible signs of the unlimited ability of our Creator. It urges man to consider the countless signs evident in creation as proofs of Allah’s power with the objective of establishing a firm foundation of faith. Based on Arabic sources, the tafseer is clarified in English.78 pp.
Qiṣār as-Suwar are twenty-two short sūrahs occurring at the end of the Qur’ān, from Sūrah adh-Dhuḥā to Sūrah an-Nās. We