Saturday, September 30, 2006

Ponies!!!

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love this thing.</h4>

Isn't she cute

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Fun at the circus

So today we went to the circus. The kiddies had fun. We went with our
friends the Shabazz's. So they had a ball. I took pics of the house earlier
but they are on my camera.

Blogging with my Treo... Man I
love this thing.

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

In Da House

Well not really. So as it goes we didn't get the $10K we got $7 minus the repairs that were already done, which was actually a decent deal, but it doesn't sound that way when you are getting less money in your hand. We didn't do walk through because the Realtor said that she couldn't contact us. Normally if you call us at home and we don't answer it forwards to my wife's Cell phone. If you call her phone and she doesn't answer it forwards to voicemail. Either way your message will end up in her voicemail. The problem is she doesn't check her voicemail. If you ever become good friends with my Wifee don't take it personal, it just isn't something that she does. So if you have to get a hold of her for emergency purposes call or email ME and I'll relay the message. So the Realtors said that they left messages as to all of this information that we never got, but I still love my wife intensely anyway and wouldn't change her for the world, but we were not informed about a lot of stuff, but that's cool. So anyway there was a problem with the wire transfer so we got no check at closing :(. So we are still broke until Friday. The bad thing is that we are over drawn, and we have like four things that are going to go boing racking up like $120 in bank fees Grrrr. I hate late bank posts. All is well though.

So my wife is so sweet she says that I can have the overage of $5k and she will make it work. I'm going to pay off my credit cards and call it a day. We can afford the Walls and floor and that's about it. She's adamant about the Gat though she's gotta have her Gun. Click, Bang!! So maybe just the walls and shake out the rugs really good. LOL.

Hard for the Guard

The movie the Guardian comes out on Friday. The Coast Guard is going nuts about it. My Command is letting people off special during the work day to go watch it. That's too bad I have a family rule No TV, No Music, No Movies or any other frivolous garbage during Ramadan, But we will be buying Curious George for the kids that comes out this Friday too. I haven't been Uber strict on this one this year because the little ones can watch their shows (all videos the cable has been cut off...again). I wonder if I should include blogging in there, or at least surfing the blogs? I'll have to see if I have read my Quran this year or not. The Queen is doing better than me in her reading Alhamdulillah.

For all the Wisdom and Tea you gave to me...

I was listening to Dawud Wharnsby Ali this morning (Islamic music doesn't count especially if you're trying to stay awake) and started crying. I got a poetic moment but I let it pass. You can't reconstruct poems after the time has passed because then you get too analytical and they begin to sound corny. Poems are like raindrops you have to catch them when they are happening. I pray for that brother may Allah increase him in light and raise him up with a beam of light on that day as he wears his beam of light in this life. If you've ever seen him he has the glow of a Muslim a truly beautiful person. May Allah continue to bless him and his family. Ameen.

Sheik Zaid is supposed to be in town next month doing a fund raiser for $120 a person. When my brother told me this I was like who the hell is going to that? I'm not big bank hank or anything. He said that he was doing another fundraiser for Al-Qalaam school for $50 a head my wife and I might be able to swing that one. I love that brother if you ever want to know how a Muslim man should conduct himself, watch him, Listen to him, I truly love that brother for the sake of Allah. May Allah grant him the highest of stations in the Firdaus. Ameen.

Alhamdulillah!! Tomorrow night I will be able to take my place amongst the rows. Insha Allah I will make Itikaf this week and catch-up on everything. I still have tears yet to shed my heart is in dire need of the firm connection to Allah. I believe that the most important verse in the Quran is the verse is the one quoted at Amani's blog 3:103 "and hold fast to the Rope..." because it lets you know that no matter how hard it gets and no matter how low your deen don't let go of the hope of Allah for it is always there. The Quran is so wise that it tells you that even if you stop doing everything that a Muslim is supposed to do there is still hope for you. The Quran is such a blessing Alhamdulillah. It provides for the believer no excuses not to succeed even in the depths of depression and hoplessness, the Quran provides a way out.

I think I will stay up in NOVA (Northern Virginia) tomorrow after I get off to get some bloodwork done and get one of Sheik Estes tapes to give to this one person at the laundrymat I was talking to. She's a Christian and like most doesn't know. My wife tells me I get all technical when I start doing Dawah and confuse the living heck out of whoever it is that I'm talking to, but I know that Allah sends you people for a reason. Needless to say if we are together and someone asks something she's bound to cut my line when I start talking. Occasionally though I get to speak a little and this laundrymat attendant asked me for a tape and Since Sheik Estes is an ex Southern Baptist Minister I think that he would be most inline to give to the sister. I've listened to his stuff he's pretty straight forward and such a hard worker for Jennah, May he receive success in making it to Jennah, Ameen.

Sister wife reflection

I often wonder about the whole sisterwife thing. If you read some of my archives you will know that this idea has been with me for quite sometime. Long before Islam, Long before puberty. So I wonder if it will ever happen. I have to be better, a better Muslim, A better Husband, Father, Human being, neighbor, and friend. I don't think I'm giving 100% right now. Sometimes you get lazy and the better the wife you have the easier it is to skate, but I have to be better. I think of how it is going to be. Undoubtedly we will have to have a single or very close in proximity living arrangement. I think about the particulars like children, living quarters, division of time etc. I wonder how well we will work together to ensure that the children have everything that they need first. I reflect on the problems that I have with my daughter. With her I'm not always on and I can't do that to her, if I expect her to change. I wonder how those problems could become exacerbated if another wife/family joined our union. I thnk about chest time. The Queen loves lying on my chest, but she has to fight for time now between her two daughters who never let her have her time if they can help it. I think of the quiet moments, the stolen moments, the guerilla moments alone in solitude. Can I do this? Should I try? Or should I just wait and do everything to get to Jennah where I know it is not going to be a problem? Oh Allah make me patient and trust in you in all of my affairs.

Night shift is the worst

My families schedule falls apart when I have the night shift. My wife had them on a schedule but when night shift rolls around it all goes out the window. You would think that would be the easiest shift but no the little ones stay up until wee hours of the night and then they sleep in late and of course they stay up again the next night and so it goes until I get off and take them to the park to run them like they are run away slaves and then they can fall asleep at a decent hour. Thus the cycle starts again. Insha Allah when we move to the new house we can get things all stabilized. It is not my wife because the same thing happened in my last marriage when I would get back from underway, I think that the same thing happened when Safa went to visit her Hubby so you see hubbies are the problem, they have to go.

My wife is moving into her whiny stage. I hate whining I only tolerate it from her. My kids don't get the luxury of whining. After this she will always be hungry but won't be able to eat because she will be too cute, and round, and big. That's when I get Fat because she gets all this food and can't eat it all so she says "can you finish this" and there goes my figure ooohhh. LOL I never care about that stuff.

My wife just got the kiddies to go to sleep, and she's fallen asleep as well. She's so cute. I love her, you just gotta.

Ramadan Mubarak all. I hope your fast is going well. I pray that you all are well and that Allah will keep you and yours tight in the Deen. Ameen.

Well I gotta go and do some work now.

AsSalaamu A'laikum.

This land is my land... This land ain't your land...


So this is the one she picked out. Personally I would have went with a revolver .38 special for her. Why?? because when you pull the trigger you are guaranteed to have bullets come out and you don't have to fiddle with safety latches and such. This one though is nifty because it has a light slide for attatching a light to. We are also getting one of those safety steel lockups so the little ones can't get into it. I'm still uneasy about it. If she goes ahead with it I'll post pics of her Outlaw Josey Wales style with her first shoot. This one is a Smith & Wesson M&P .40mm.

I find it Ironic that in the month of Peace my wife is thinking about straight blasting unsuspecting folks that sneak up on her to ask her for a bowl of cherries. LOL (Well maybe not).

If you don't know the crude American schoolyard chorus for this song let me enlighten you

This land is my land

This land Ain't your land

You better get off

Or I'll blow you head off

I've got a Shotgun

And you ain't got one

This land is made for only me....

In most American schools you learn this shortly after learning the original. 2nd or 3rd grade I can't remember. I know this one so well I forget the words to the original.

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Sisterwife Blueprint??

I was roaming the net and found this. Actually I picked this up from looking at my wife's sitemeter for a google search on sisterwife. So the Poster Antony who has two wives has this to say:

Preparing a Potential Sisterwife for a New Family Part 1


Stead, Jadez and I have had the pleasure of meeting and chatting with some wonderful people in the chat room. We have covered many topics and spent hours answering questions. It occured to us that some of the information we cover may be info that other may want. One of these is how one prepares or courts a potential sisterwife.

This is written with the assumption that you already have a potential in mind. One note on finding a sisterwife. We have said repeatedly that when finding sisterwife, it is critical that you be friends with them before you start your poly family. This is why we believe that people should look to those they know already. A wife may find that a close friend is excatly the person they are looking for and they already know each other. If you start with a stranger (someone you meet over the net or personals) than please become friends with them first, not after they join the marriage. If you wait till after they join the family, you may find that they are not one you can be friends with.

We have met many poly people who started a family for the first time and failed. The shortest time was 1 month before they broke up, the longest was two years. After talking to some of these people, we began to see a common thread with successful poly families and ones that failed. We were able to put together list of how to introdue a potential poly wife. This process is a PLATONIC (NON-SEXUAL) method. Here is a basic breakdown of successful steps to starting a poly family.

1. Prepare you and your spouse with a poly mindset.
2. Educate yourself about the positives and negatives of living poly.
(Step 1 and 2 should occur concurrently.)

3. Identify the potential sisterwife.
4. Develop a friendship with potential.

5. Prepare the potential with a poly mindset.
6. Educate the potential about the positives and negatives of living poly.
7. Introduce the idea to the potential about becoming a sisterwife.
(Step 5-7 should occur concurrently)

8. Potential visits poly family on a regular basis.
9. Potential lives temporarily with family PLATONICLY for no longer than three months.
10. Husband and wive(s) come to a unanimous decision on whether to accept potential as a new wife.
11. Husband and wive(s) propose to potential.
12. Have a Commitment Ceremony.
13. New wife makes move in final.

Please remember, finding a poly sisterwife is not an exact science. This guide is based off of years of living poly and viewing successful and failed poly families.

I will cover each step individually and with fuller explanations.

Posted from: http://p221.ezboard.com/fsisterwivesfrm12.showMessage?topicID=53.topic

Saturday, September 23, 2006

It's almost over

G'Wiz the little pictures showed 5 laundry baskets for one load, 3 for
another so by the time I had them all loaded I counted 28 in all. Top that
with the 4 22gal baskets that I brought in clean and we have a laundry
party.

My daughter was supposed to go to Ice Palace to skate but it was closed to
public play so she had to fold laundry instead. Talk about your bummers.
Maybe tomorrow.

We made it about 6 loads folded before I had to pack up everything and rush
off to work. So more to do tomorrow. Then comes the sifting phase.

Blogging with my Treo... Man I
love this thing.

Friday, September 22, 2006

Ramadan Mubarak!!!

Alhamdulillah Ramadhan is here. Well possibly maybe, but anyways. My community is starting Ramadan tomorrow. They have always followed ICNA or ISNA one of those anyway they have the wild hair of following calculations instead of taking the painstaking effort of walking outside (more realistically driving to a remote location) and looking up in the sky for the hilaal. Personally I've never seen it. If I was to go to Zaytuna they hold "Training" (that's an Idea) on how to spot it. So anyways we start tomorrow. It is inconclusive because some Masjids are following certain countries and others are following ISNA/ICNA so it still doesn't resolve when Ramadan is starting so theoretically we are still in the same boat as to the confusion of when it starts or not. How lazy a Ummah have we become that we can't even walk outside and look up into the sky.

Clothes I go to the laundrymat tomorrow Safa Sheesh LOL, Luv ya.

My daughter earned not given EARNED a day at the skating rink so I will drop her off and head to the laundrymat. To wash, fold and sort all of the laundry. Shoud be a good 5 hours. Then the part of wrangling with the wifee comes in about what stays and what goes. My stuff is easy becuase I barely have 14 outfits to begin with same for Nainab. In actuality it will be closer to 30. 14 for spring/summer and 14 for fall/winter and 2 for Eid. The wrangling will come in on clothes that Mina is almost outgrown but Niama can't yet fit. What if this baby is a girl and what baby clothes to keep yadda, yadda. I think that I should just chunk them all because they are going to get new ones anyways. I mean after the 3rd or 4th hand-me-down it is time to call it quits yathink? Clothes that I'm not counting are uniforms of course, lingerie (you can never have too much of that)/ underwear, and special event clothing for wifee (I'm not getting my head cut off for some of those outfits).

I start reading in Arabic to follow up in English. I'm starting now.

5:48 ... so strive as in a race in all virtues. The goal of you all is to Allah. it is He that will show you the truth of the matters ...

Ready,...Set,...Read in the Name of your Lord who created...

Ramadan Karim.

Thursday, September 21, 2006

How far did I get?

Well I'm still washing clothes. Folding now. We dropped off the car and the finished, but we chose not to pick it up. Went to the mortgage brokers office and did some last minute paperwork for the loan. Then went to the Real Estate agents office for some more last minute paperwork. Stayed there forever. Left went to the Masjid for Asr. Went home and stopped off at the park and played for a bit. Dropped off the little man that we are watching. Came home Pizza for dinner. That's a cheat thanks wifee. Had to lie down with wifee because she was sleepy and she sleeps better with me there. Now I'm washing and folding.

Now mind you I blew off 5 hours because everyone was sleeping :(, I seize free time when I can get it. So now I'm paying for it. Tomorrow is going to be busy as well. It's all good though.

Shout outs


Good morning Wifee (I'm working honest), Anchorage, Toronto, PM, Safa, Those guys in England, Georgia, and LA. Can't forget Minneapolis. Salaam all I'm sure there's something else you should be doing...like folding clothes. Bye.

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Counter Envy

I liked the fact that Safa's counter could let you find out what were the key words to find your site. Mine doesn't break it down like that. So I'm going to place her counter on the site and try it out for a while. Whichever one works best that is the one that I'll keep on the site.

Blogger takes Java so when I find out how I can configure it to do some other neat tricks I'll be digging into the java books.


I'd like to place that Hafiz counter on the site I think that would be cool. Maybe I'll ask Martin what kind of code he's written for his site.

Something about fear

Today I read one of my most favorite Du3a in the Quran. I don't know if it will paste here but here it is:

28:24 So he watered [their flock] for them: and when he withdrew into the shade and prayed: “O my Sus­tainer! Verily, in dire need am I of any good which Thou mayest bestow upon me!”

فَسَقَى لَهُمَا ثُمَّ تَوَلَّى إِلَى الظِّلِّ فَقَالَ رَبِّ إِنِّي لِمَا أَنزَلْتَ إِلَيَّ مِنْ خَيْرٍ فَقِيرٌ

Alhamdulillah it pasted. I grabbed it from Islamicity so anyway the in this Surah the topic of fear is discussed or rather is alluded to in very real human situations. First Musa's Mother is afraid for her son to the point of giving up his identity to the very man who wants him dead, and then Musa for his crime of killing the man that was against his people. There is a brief moment there that shows that certain sins can become addictive or less of a moral problem after the first time. The man that Musa saved on the previous day asked him for his help the second day and in anger Musa hemmed him up and the man accused him of preparing to kill him as he did the man on the day before. After which Musa escaped.

Many of us have dark secrets that we would rather not share and confide in Allah in to forgive our sins. These Ayats are key to some of the essential things concerning Tauba and the psychology of sin. Musa killed a man. In all respects it is a Kabira (Great Sin) of which he has to make Tauba for and serve out a term appointed by Allah. The turning point in Musa's case is the second encounter with the man in which he could have killed him and because he was royalty and the man a slave everything could have been covered up. He could have pinned the murder on the slave and went back to palace life and been perfectly fine, but he didn't Alhamdulillah.

Now when we make Tauba often shortly afterwards we are tested in it. When we decide to dedicate our lives to Allah we are most definitely tested in it. Fear most often times negates much of the blessing that we would receive had we been patient and trusting of Allah. Sometimes the fear is like that of Musa's mother where the anxiety is so overwhelming that we lose faith fearing others the same as or more than Allah. Other cases are we are afraid so that we acquiesce to more evil to cover the evil that has already been done, or we lose hope and feel that there is no way that Allah will forgive us these sins and so we allow ourselves to pile on more sins out of feeling dejected. For many a believer the feeling of doing something so wrong that there is no chance of tauba overwhelms them into a sullen depression and thus they lose the umph of their faith and with steam lost they become one of "those" Muslims.

Now as Musa has left and "removed" himself from the situation of evil he prays to Allah nothing has changed mind you he has still killed a man and the Pharoah still wants him dead, but he prays "My Lord I am in Desperate need of any good you bestow on me" and Alhamdulillah this is the beginning of his transformation into Prophet Musa. I can't tell you how many times I feel the need to make this du3a.

Reflecting on Tauba I often wonder if my Tauba will be accepted and count on the Day of Judgment. These of course are whisperings of the Shaytan because I firmly believe that my Tauba was accepted, because in it I asked for my wife and I was provided an immediate answer. So you see I could never give up my wife, because I believe that she was given to me directly by Allah Subhannahu Wa T'ala. So in her my soul Insha Allah has been thusly refreshed from the sin that I was in.

Nevertheless when you read Ayat about your particular sin you have to ask yourself was my sin erased? Am I going to have to answer to it on Yaumin Qiyama? Then you read the punishments associated with your sin and you are like Ya! Allah is there any hope for me. Subhannallah may Allah forgive us and help us to transform our lives into something that he is proud of. Reading Quran is Frightening and Comforting experience because right after the verses of punishment come the verses of forgiveness. Insha Allah we all heed them.

Wiping Red again

Ok so yesterday I decided to give my wife a break from the kids, and I took them out all day yesterday. I made one fatal flaw in that I didn't clean the house spotless before I left. Needless to say she got up and cleaned it. She was feeling really good and we had made it a whole two days without wiping red so she was overconfident and probably did too much so this morning she's in the red again. Needless to say she's got her hips up in the bed. It is really hard because her back hurts and she's uncomfortable, and I feel that it is my fault. I will take the kids out today around noon so that they can play and get tired, then I will bring them home for naps and reading time. If it is nasty out I will try something else.

Today is the day for getting the clothes dwindled down to 14 outfits per season. The baby clothes that can be salvaged will be boxed up. I will wash and fold all laundry today and make dinner and check lessons today is a full day. I also have to drop off my car to the mechanic and send out my sons skateboard. So we will see how far we get. Ready .... Set... Go!!!

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Moment of reflection

I read Quran this morning Alhamdulillah. I would have kept reading but my Phone died. This verse stuck with me this morning:

26:49 Said (Pharaoh): "Believe ye in Him before I give you permission? surely he is your leader, who has taught you sorcery! but soon shall ye know!

The verses preceding this verse and following it are of the theme in which Musa is commanded to go to Pharoah. Astaghfirallah most of us are in the same position and yet choose to not act on it. Anyway I thought of the atrocities that go on in the world and reflected upon how those who are tortured go unnoticed in this world today. 24 hour news channels are nothing but seeds of apathy. Why?? Because you can't be moved all of the time, you can't be upset all of the time, you can't be riled to movement all of the time. They are meant to be overwhelming. In activism you have to have a focus. Failure to focus means loss of steam. I used to have a focus of how I was going to combat this system of distinct hubris and gross apathy. Then I became sidetracked and when I did I believe that my Deen or the intensity that I practice my deen followed.

I stopped evolving and learning and it is in this that my Deen has suffered. There is nothing like some Christians to get you off your duff and start studying your Deen, because they will not cease in attacking it. The magicians in the verse following the one above chose death when they saw the truth of Islam and in that made a statement. I'm sure the Jews that witnessed their death were moved with conviction the authenticity of these non-hebrew conversions. This probably led to the ease in which they left the city.

If we reflect on Guantanamo Bay and the senseless jailing of those brothers, The imprisonment of Jamil Alameen in Atlanta, The imprisonment of the Virginia paintball brothers, The imprisonment of Dr. (I forget his name now I will insert it after It comes to me) whom the state department completely didn't have a case for, and no substantial evidence they just jail them unjustly. After they are jailed they transport them all over America so their wives and lawyers have no Idea where they are. This is injustice. To comit yourself to fighting it is a fulltime commitment one that we all must be involved in. Everyone has a voice and every voice can be heard. It is imperative that each of us contribute to the liberation of this Deen and of the True essence of Islam.

The Hijacking of Islam is made possible by lazy persons and those forces that wish to see Islam fail. It takes no brains or compassion to set off a bomb. It takes hard work and sacrifice to represent Islam on a daily basis and call others to the Deen and set an example for all of humanity. If we all did the latter then the truth of Islam would definetely become manifest. Knowledge is the primary key to begin a revolution. Action is the secondary ingredient. Action without knowledge leads to "terrorism", Knowledge without action is only the blind blustering of blameworthy hypocritical fools. We must combine both to be effective.

This Ramadhan I make an oath to change, to define in myself my own revolution, for there are many spokes to the wheel, and ones personal revolution may not be more important than the next persons. Every movement needs generals, and Colonels and lieutentants and of course foot soldiers. There is a war that is needed, but one fought with water instead of fire. There are so many soldiers on the side of the fire there needs to be a counter balance. A balance that is cool and soothing so that those who wish to flee will have somewhere to go. If we who are Muslims can provide such a place then the future outcomes of each and every war of fire will be known, but if we decide to jump onto the side of fire and frenzy then we will all be destroyed in this life and in the hereafter.

Monday, September 18, 2006

There's a baby in there!

We went to our appt today and here's the pick, and we saw a heartbeat!
Normally when we go and I look at sonograms I have no idea of what I'm
looking at. This time I actually saw the baby! I'm so excited. More weeks
to wait until cerclage though.
___
Blogging with my Treo... Man I
love this thing.

Sunday, September 17, 2006

Greatest Birthday of all.

I got a beautiful cards, and ice cream & cake, and a scumptous dinner with personalized dessert. Could life get any better. Alhamdulillah thanks family..
Blogging with my Treo... Man I love this thing.

All I want for Eid is my two front teeth

Yep the other one finally fell out. She's still very cute and believe me it doesn't stop her one bit.

Blogging with my Treo... Man I love this thing.

Become a Hafiz

I wanted to post something actually useful for the deen. If you want to become a Hafiz of course you have to study. If you learn 3 ayats a day studying M-F it will take you 7 years, 11 months, 3 weeks, and 18 days until you become hafiz. I have the code written in Visual basic. If I had written it in Java I could have probably put it on my blog. I’ll work on it. You can copy this and paste it right into word or Excel or open office for that matter and print it as you wish. I hope it helps some of you with your studies.

Al-Qawmun Darrajat

"The People of Stairs moving down"

Name:

Surah #

Name

Ayat

Ayat Learned

Completed

Weekly Goal

Weekly Reward

114

Naas

6

113

Falaq

5

112

Ikhlas

4

111

Masad

5

110

Nasr

3

109

Kafiroon

6

108

Kawthar

3

107

Ma'oon

7

106

Quraysh

4

105

Fil

5

104

Humaza

9

103

Asr

3

102

Takathur

8

101

Qari'a

11

100

Aadiayat

11

99

Zalzala

8

98

Bayyina

8

97

Qadr

5

96

Alaq

19

95

Teen

8

94

Sharh

8

93

Dhuha

11

92

Layl

21

91

Shams

15

90

Balad

20

89

Fajr

30

88

Ghashiya

26

87

A'la

19

86

Tariq

17

85

Burooj

22

84

Inshiqaq

25

83

Mutafifeen

36

82

Infitar

19

81

Takweer

29

80

Abas

42

79

Nazi'aat

46

78

Naba'

40

77

Mursalat

50

76

Insaan

31

75

Qiyama

40

74

Muddathir

56

73

Muzzamil

20

72

Jinn

28

71

Nooh

28

70

Ma'arij

44

69

Haaqa

52

68

Qalam

52

67

Mulk

30

66

Tahreem

12

65

Talaq

12

64

Taghabon

18

63

Munafiqoon

11

62

Jumu'a

11

61

Saff

14

60

Mumtahana

13

59

Hashr

24

58

Mujadila

22

57

Hadeed

29

56

Waqi'a

96

55

Rahman

78

54

Qamar

55

53

Najm

62

52

Toor

49

51

Thariyat

60

50

Qaf

45

49

Hujurat

18

48

Fat'h

29

47

Muhammad

38

46

Ahqaf

35

45

Jathiya

37

44

Dukhan

59

43

Zukhrof

89

42

Shura

53

41

Fussilat

54

40

Ghafir

85

39

Zumar

75

38

Saad

88

37

Saffat

182

36

Ya Seen

83

35

Fatir

45

34

Saba'

54

33

Ahzab

73

32

Sajda

30

31

Luqman

34

30

Rum

60

29

Ankaboot

69

28

Qasas

88

27

Naml

93

26

Shu'araa'

227

25

Furqan

77

24

Noor

64

23

Mu'minoon

118

22

Haj

78

21

Anbiyaa'

112

20

Taha

135

19

Mariam

98

18

Kahf

110

17

Israa'

111

16

Nahl

128

15

Hijr

99

14

Ibrahim

52

13

Ra'd

43

12

Yusef

111

11

Hud

123

10

Yunus

109

9

Tauba

129

8

Anfal

75

7

A'raf

206

6

An'aam

165

5

Ma'ida

120

4

Nisaa'

176

3

Al Imran

200

2

Baqara

286

1

Fatiha

7