With the name of Allah, the Impartial, the Compassionate.

(32) Assajada

In this Surath, it is mentioned about the prostration of recitation in the verse 15. From this verse this Surath is named as Assajada. It contains 30 verses which Messenger Muhammed recited every night and in every Friday morning prayer. It is revealed in the early period of middle age during Prophet’s Mecca life. Before bringing life to the dead with Lord’s permission, Jesus was performing prolonged prayer after reciting this Surath and Surath Mulk. This Surath teaches that Lord’s Book is not forged by the illiterate Messenger Muhammed, but is revealed from the Lord of the Universe. It is ordered to remind the mankind in their hearts language that they have no protectors or intercessors besides Lord Allah. This Surath teaches that the Lord has created the mankind from the single soul and his body is made from the mingled sperm and ovum. The Spirit containing the life and the soul of everyone is of the Lord; and that the Lord has given everyone the faculty of hearing, sight and intelligence in order to be grateful. This Surath teaches that the Lord has entrusted an Angel to take off the Spirit from everybody, and also that everyone will be returned into the Lord. The Lord is consoling the Messenger and the believer saying about the condition of the Mujirims (the hypocrites and their blind followers) wailing in the Hereafter. This Surath warns that from each 1000 only one will return into the Paradise whereas 999 will enter the Hell. For the believers who are involved in good deeds, it is informed the glad news of the Paradise as a reward, while for the transgressors it will be told: “You taste the punishment of Fire for you had been rejecting it in the worldly life”. This Surath warns that the Impartial Lord will take revenge upon the wrongdoing Mujirims. It also teaches that when the people are believers and are having confirmed belief with the Lord’s verses, the Lord will appoint for them the leaders to guide them into the Straightpath with the Command Adhikr. It also warns that on the day when the believers will get victory, the disbelievers will not be benefitted with their belief of that time or they will not be given any respite. This Surath concludes commanding the Messenger and the believers to neglect the disbelievers and not to be hurry for the end of the world; and that each and everything will be happening true in the fixed time.