Surat Al-Layl (The Night) | Mishary Rashid Alafasy 92 | مشاري بن راشد العفاسي | سورة الليل

Surat Al-Layl (The Night) | Mishary Rashid Alafasy | مشاري بن راشد العفاسي | سورة الليل

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00:00 Intro
00:06 Wallayli itha yaghsha
00:10 Wannahari itha tajalla
00:14 Wama khalaqa aththakarawal-ontha
00:20 Inna saAAyakum lashatta
00:24 Faamma man aAAta wattaqa
00:29 Wasaddaqa bilhusna
00:32 Fasanuyassiruhu lilyusra
00:36 Waamma man bakhila wastaghna
00:41 Wakaththaba bilhusna
00:44 Fasanuyassiruhu lilAAusra
00:48 Wama yughnee AAanhu maluhu ithataradda
00:55 Inna AAalayna lalhuda
00:59 Wa-inna lana lal-akhirata wal-oola
01:05 Faanthartukum naran talaththa
01:11 La yaslaha illaal-ashqa
01:17 Allathee kaththaba watawalla
01:22 Wasayujannabuha al-atqa
01:26 Allathee yu/tee malahuyatazakka
01:32 Wama li-ahadin AAindahu minniAAmatin tujza
01:40 Illa ibtighaa wajhi rabbihial-aAAla
01:47 Walasawfa yarda

Theme and Subject-Matter:

This Surah identifies two different ways of life and explains the contrast between their ultimate ends and results. The first way is of the one who spends his wealth, adopts God-consciousness and piety, and acknowledges the good as good. The second way is of the one who is a miser, lacks care for God’s pleasure or displeasure, and repudiates what is good and right. It is stated that these two modes of action, which are clearly opposite to each other, cannot be equal and alike in respect of their results. Just as they are divergent in their nature, so are they divergent in their results. After this the following three realities are stated briefly:

That Allah has not left man uninformed in the examination hall of the world, but has taken on Himself the responsibility to tell him which one is the straight and right way out of the different ways of life. There is no need to point out that by sending His Rasool and His Book He has fulfilled His responsibility.
That the Master of both the world and the Hereafter is Allah Alone. If you seek the world, it is He Who will give it, and if you seek the Hereafter, again it is He Who will give it. Now, it is for you to decide what you should seek from Him.
That the wretched one who rejects good, which is being presented through the Rasool and the Book, and turns away from it, will have a blazing fire ready for him. As for the God fearing person who spends his wealth in a good cause, without any selfish motive and only for the sake of his Rabb’s pleasure, his Rabb will be pleased with him and will bless him with so much that he will be well pleased with Him.

Source: Malik Surah Introductions

**Note on the Arabic text**
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  1. Verse 01: 00:06 Wallayli itha yaghsha
    Verse 02: 00:10 Wannahari itha tajalla
    Verse 03: 00:14 Wama khalaqa aththakarawal-ontha
    Verse 04: 00:20 Inna saAAyakum lashatta
    Verse 05: 00:24 Faamma man aAAta wattaqa
    Verse 06: 00:29 Wasaddaqa bilhusna
    Verse 07: 00:32 Fasanuyassiruhu lilyusra
    Verse 08: 00:36 Waamma man bakhila wastaghna
    Verse 09: 00:41 Wakaththaba bilhusna
    Verse 10: 00:44 Fasanuyassiruhu lilAAusra
    Verse 11: 00:48 Wama yughnee AAanhu maluhu ithataradda
    Verse 12: 00:55 Inna AAalayna lalhuda
    Verse 13: 00:59 Wa-inna lana lal-akhirata wal-oola
    Verse 14: 01:05 Faanthartukum naran talaththa
    Verse 15: 01:11 La yaslaha illaal-ashqa
    Verse 16: 01:17 Allathee kaththaba watawalla
    Verse 17: 01:22 Wasayujannabuha al-atqa
    Verse 18: 01:26 Allathee yu/tee malahuyatazakka
    Verse 19: 01:32 Wama li-ahadin AAindahu minniAAmatin tujza
    Verse 20: 01:40 Illa ibtighaa wajhi rabbihial-aAAla
    Verse 21: 01:47 Walasawfa yarda

  2. Ways to Earn even after death:
    1. Give a copy of Qur'an to someone. Each time one reads from it, you gain.
    2. Donate a wheelchair to a hospital. Each time a sick person uses it, you gain.
    3. Participate in building a masjid or donate money for a new masjid to be built.
    4. Place a water-cooler in a public place.
    5. Plant a tree. You gain whenever a person or animal sits in its shade or eats from it.
    6. And the easiest of all, share this message with people. Even if 1 applies to any of the above, you gain.
    Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) reported:
    The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said, "When a man dies, his deeds come to an end except for three things: Sadaqah Jariyah (ceaseless charity); a knowledge which is beneficial, or a virtuous descendant who prays for him (for the deceased)."[Muslim].
    [*From your Muslim Brother, Helal Saif*]
    You will be rewarded continually as well, in sha Allah.

  3. masha allah i love his voice thank you so much for teaching me this surah this helps me learn the quran very easily and i am just nine i read this five times and by hearted it

  4. This surah is short mashallah listen to each verse
    30 times and you will get it I am going to be hafiza inshallah i will finish the Qur'an in 1 year!!!

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