Fence throughout the joint

Suras throughout the joint begin from Surat (Q) to Surat (Amma), and it was called this because of the large number of separations between these surahs with the Basmaba, and the length of the joint comes before the middle of the joint and the short of the joint, and they are twenty-nine surahs.[1] And if you trace the order of the surahs throughout the joint in the Qur’an, then their names are: Q, Al-Dhariyat, Al-Tur, Al-Najm, Al-Qamar, Al-Rahman, Al-Waqi’ah, Al-Hadid, Al-Mujadalah, Al-Hashr, Al-Mumtahinah, Al-Saff, Al-Jumu’ah, Al-Munafiqun, Al-Taghabun, Al-Talaq, Al-Tahrim, Al-Malik, Al-Qalam, Al-Haqqah, Al-Mi’raj, Noah, the Jinn, Al-Muzammil, Al-Muddathir, the Resurrection, Al-Man, the Messengers, the news,[2] And it came in the hadith of Aws that he said: (I was in the delegation who came to the Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace, and he mentioned a hadith in which he said that the Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace, was with them after dinner, so he stayed with us for a night and he did not come to us, until it took us long after dinner, he said: We said: “What kept you from us, O Messenger of God? He said: A group of the Qur’an came upon me, and I wanted not to go out until I had finished it.” He said: We asked the companions of the Messenger of God, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, when we woke up, he said: We said: How do you memorize the Qur’an? And seven surahs, nine surahs, eleven surahs, thirteen surahs, and Hizb al-Mufassal from s until it ends).[3]

Definition of the fence of the joint

Suras al-Mufassal are the short surahs of the Holy Qur’an, which is frequently separated by the basmalah between them. Mufassal was common among the Companions, and many hadiths were narrated on this matter by a large number of the Companions.[4] Including: (A man came to the son of Masoud, and he said: I read the detail the night in a rak’ah, so he said: This is like this poetry?![5] As for the hadiths of the Prophet in which the naming of the joint is mentioned, they are also many, and this is likely that the naming is to be tawqif on the authority of the Messenger of God, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him.[4] Among these hadiths is what was narrated on the authority of Jabir bin Abdullah, who said: (Muadh bin Jabal used to pray with the Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, and then return to lead his people in prayer, and he prayed the evening prayer, and he recited with the cow, then the man left. And he said: A fitna, a charmer, and a charmer. Three times, or he said: A charmer, a charmer, and a charmer.[6]

Detailed from the surahs of the Qur’an

The goal of dividing these surahs is to make it easier for people to memorize the Noble Qur’an, and to help them to recite it, and they are divided into three sections:[7]

  • Long: It starts from the beginning of Surat Q, or Al-Hujurat, to Surat Amma or Surat Al-Buruj.
  • Al-Wasat: It starts with Amma or Al-Buruj and ends with Surat Al-Duha.
  • Al-Qassar: It starts from Surat Al-Duha to Surat Al-Nas.

Note: The Noble Qur’an is divided into three sections, namely: the long ones, the centenarians, the multiples, and the joints. The lengths are seven, and the centenary is what its verses exceed a hundred, and the multiples are located between the centenary and the vowel, and it is called that because it is repeated by reading more than the centenary and long surahs.

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  1. ↑ “Division of the Surahs of the Qur’an”, Islam Web, 9-24-2016, accessed on 01-22-2018.
  2. ↑ “Index of Surahs”, The Electronic Quran.
  3. ↑ Narrated by Ibn Katheer, in the virtues of the Qur’an, on the authority of Aws bin Hudhaifah Al-Thaqafi, page or number: 148, its chain of transmission is good.
  4. ^ AB “Determining the details of the Qur’an, its length and its shortness”, Islam Question and Answer, 11-1-2009, accessed on 01-22-2018.
  5. ↑ Narrated by Al-Bukhari, in Sahih Al-Bukhari, on the authority of Abdullah bin Masoud, page or number: 775, authentic.
  6. ↑ Narrated by Al-Bukhari, in Sahih Al-Bukhari, on the authority of Jaber bin Abdullah, page or number: 701, Sahih.
  7. ↑ Ahmed Omar Abu Shofa, The Qur’anic Miracle, Conclusive Scientific Facts, Libya: National Book House, p. 195.

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