Terjemahan & Makna Surat Al-Jin (Bangsa Jin) Edisi Bahasa Inggris

Terjemahan & Makna Surat Al-Jin (Bangsa Jin) Edisi Bahasa Inggris

Jannah Firdaus Mediapro

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Terjemahan & Makna Surat Al-Jin (Bangsa Jin) Dalam Bahasa Inggris

Surah Al-Jinn (Arab: الجنّ ,"Jin") adalah surah ke-72 dalam al-Qur'an. Surah ini tergolong surah Makkiyah dan terdiri atas 28 ayat. Dinamakan "al-Jinn" yang berarti "Jin" diambil dari kata "al-Jinn" yang terdapat pada ayat pertama surah ini. Pada ayat tersebut dan ayat-ayat berikutnya diterangkan bahwa Jin sebagai makhluk gaib yang tercipta dari nyala api telah mendengar pembacaan al-Qur'an dan mereka mengikuti ajaran al-Qur'an tersebut.

Surah al-Jinn (Arabic: سورة الجن‎, “The Jinn”) is the seventy-second chapter of the Quran with 28 verses. The name as well as the topic of this chapter is jinn. Similar to angels, the Jinn Race or Demon Race are spiritual beings invisible to the naked human eye. In the Quran, it is stated that humans are created from the earth and jinn (demon) from smokeless fire in more than one instance. Only human and jinn have free will.

In the second verse the jinn recant their belief in false gods and venerate Prophet Muhammad SAW for his monotheism. The jinn race apologize for their past blasphemy and criticize mankind for either neglecting them or encouraging their disbelief. Verses 20-22 are especially important as Pure Monotheism (Tawhid) among the Jinn (Demon) is reaffirmed and the inescapable wrath of God is emphasized. The Judgement in verse 7, and the Punishment in verse 25, are both references to the Islamic Judgement Day, Yaum al Qiyamah. Verse 25-28 establish that Qiyamah is known only to God, and that God takes into account all the deeds of a man when judging him.
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