The Meaning of Surah 54 Al-Qamar The Moon (La Luna) From The Holy Quran Bilingual Edition English Spanish

by Jannah Firdaus Mediapro

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The Meaning of Surah 54 Al-Qamar The Moon (La Luna) From The Holy Quran Bilingual Edition In English and Spanish Languange.

The Surah revolves around the Signs of Allah SWT (God) and those who belie and deny them from amongst the polytheists. The splitting of the Qamar [moon] is amongst the great signs shown by God to the people of Makkah which they still resulted on them continuing their disbelief.

The Surah talks about the approaching Day of Judgment. It describes some of the scenes of that Day. It also tells us that Allah's judgment may come here and now. There are references to the flood that came at the time of Prophet Noah AS, the punishment of the people of 'Ad, Thamud, People of Prophet Lot AS, the Pharaoh and his people. It ends with the good news for the Believers who will be near their Lord in the gardens of bliss. This Surah takes its name from the first Ayat:

"The Hour has come near, and the moon has split [in two]." (54:1).

Surah al-Qamar is in the 27th Juzz and the word Qamar [moon] appears in the Qur'an 27 times. An interesting observation is that the Moon orbits the Earth every 27 days. There are 55 Ayat in this Surah.

La sura gira en torno a los signos de Allah SWT (Dios) y aquellos que los desmienten y niegan entre los politeístas. La división de Qamar [luna] es una de las grandes señales mostradas por Dios a la gente de La Meca, que todavía resultaron en que continuaran con su incredulidad. La sura habla del próximo Día del Juicio. Describe algunas de las escenas de ese día.

También nos dice que el juicio de Allah puede venir aquí y ahora. Hay referencias al diluvio que vino en la época del profeta Noé AS, el castigo del pueblo de 'Ad, Thamud, el pueblo del profeta Lot AS, el faraón y su pueblo. Termina con las buenas nuevas para los creyentes que estarán cerca de su Señor en los jardines de la dicha. Esta Surah toma su nombre del primer Ayat:

"La Hora se ha acercado, y la luna se ha partido [en dos]". (54: 1)

Surah al-Qamar está en el 27 de Juzz y la palabra Qamar [luna] aparece en el Corán 27 veces. Una observación interesante es que la Luna orbita la Tierra cada 27 días. Hay 55 Ayat en esta Sura.

Knowledge Elements

Reading Intent

Purpose: Inspirational
Reader's Existing Knowledge: Intermediate
Target Audience Age/Stage of Life: Everyone (no target age)

Example Forms

Author's Personal Anecdotes: Some
Citations: None
Examples and Case Studies: None
Exercises and Reader Questions: No questions or exercises

Writing Style

Humor: Serious
Narrative: First person

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Jannah Firdaus Mediapro

Indie Author & Artist Community From South East Asia