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Sura al-Hashr

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Sūra al-Ḥashr is the fifty-ninth sura of the Qur'an. It is a Madani sura located in juz' twenty eight. The name of sura is adopted from the second verse which mentions the exile of Jews from Medina. Sura al-Hashr begins with the praise of God and ends with His glorification. The topics mentioned in this sura are defeat of the Jews of Banu Nadir by Muslims, the rulings about distribution of properties and booties Muslims gained without war, criticism of hypocrites and disclosing their actions, description and admiration of the Immigrants' sacrifices.

Sura al-Hashr
al-Mujadala← →al-Mumtahana
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Sura Number 59
Juz' 28
Revelation Number 101
Makki/Madani Madani
Verse Count 24
Word Count 448
Letter Count 971
This article is an introduction to the Sura al-Hashr; to read its text see text:Sura al-Hashr.

It is mentioned in hadiths that when a person recites Sura al-Hashr, all creatures praise him and send blessings upon him and ask for his forgiveness and if he dies that day or that night, he will be considered a martyr.