This summary of the sixteenth Tarawîh covers the Seventeeth Juz.
Beginning of the Seventeeth Juz
The next Sûrah is Sûrah Ambiyâ, which derives its name from the fact that it mentions a series of Ambiyâ. The Sûrah also cautions people against being negligent about Qiyâmah and the reckoning on that day. Allâh mentions that the Qur'ân contains every type of advice and explanation for mankind. Men therefore have a choice before them and should anticipate the consequences of their acts.
This summary of the seventeeth Tarawîh covers the Eighteenth Juz.
Beginning of the Eighteenth Juz
These concluding words of Sûrah Haj draw the seventeenth Juz to a close and open Sûrah Mu'minûn. At the beginning of Sûrah Mu'minûn, Allâh describes those Mu'minîn whose beliefs are correct, who worship Allâh diligently and are also particular about fulfilling the rights of others. In describing the qualities of the Mu'minîn, Allâh exhorts all the Mu'minîn that they should sincerely worship Him, fulfil the promises and pledges they make with others and abstain from all acts of lechery. These are among the acts that will lead to eternal success.
This summary of the eighteenth Tarawîh covers the Nineteenth Juz.
Beginning of the Nineteenth Juz
Allâh tells Rasulullâh Salallâhu 'alayhi wasallam that he should not be distressed about the harassment of the Kuffâr because "Your Rabb suffices as a Guide and a Helper." (verse 31)
This summary of the 20th Tarawîh covers the Twenty-first Juz; which is made up of part of Sûrah Ankabût, the entire Sûrah Rûm, Sûrah Luqman, Sûrah Sajdah, and a part of Sûrah Ahzâb) (up to verse 30).
Beginning of the Twenty-First Juz
Allâh addresses Rasulullâh juz saying. "Recite that of the Book, which has been revealed to you and establish Salâh. Verily Salâh forbids from obscenity and evil." (verse 45)
This summary of the nineteenth Tarawîh covers the Twentieth Juz.
Beginning of the Twentieth Juz
Allâh also declares, "Say, 'None in the heavens and the earth has knowledge of the unseen besides Allâh. They (others besides Allâh) do not even know when they will be resurrected (for the Day of Qiyâmah)" (verse 65). None besides Allâh has knowledge of when Qiyâmah will take place. However people are assured that "Indeed your Rabb knows what their hearts conceal and what they disclose." (verse 74)
The twenty-second Juz is recited in this Tarawîh. It covers Sûrahs Ahzab, Saba, Fâtir and Yâ-Sîn.
Referring to the time when Rasulullâh Sallallâhu 'alayhi wasallam was upset with his wives on some account, Allâh tells them, "Oh wives of the Nabî! You are not like any other women (but higher in status)" (verse 32). Allâh instructs them never to make a display of themselves and to learn the Qur'ân and Sunnah from their homes, which they could then teach to others.
The twenty-third Juz is recited in this Tarawîh. It includes the remainder of Sûrah Yâ-Sîn, Sûrah Sâffât, Sûrah Sâd and a part of Sûrah Zumar.
The Juz begins with words that every person should actually ask himself, "Why should I not worship the One Who has created me, and to Whom you all shall return?" (verse 22)
The 24th Juz is recited in this Tarawîh. It commences with verse 32 (if Sûrah Zumar and includes Sûrah Mu'min and Sûrah Hâ-Mîm Sajdah.
Allâh says in the first verse of the Juz, "Who can be more unjust than he who lies about Allâh, and rejects the truth when it comes to him? Is there no abode for the disbelievers in Jahannam? The one who brings the truth and confirms it, these are the people who are abstinent." (verses 32/3 of Sûrah Zumar)
The entire 25th Juz is recited in this Tarawîh. This recitation begins with verse 47 of Sûrah Hâ Mîm Sajdah and includes Sûrah Shura, Zukhruf, Dukhân and Jâthiya.
Allâh makes it clear that He is the only One Who knows when Qiyâmah will take place. Allâh then speaks of man's ingratitude when He says, "When We favour man, he is averse and turns away. But when hardship afflicts him, he becomes one of vast prayers." (verse 51, Sûrah Hâ Mîm Sajdah)
The 26th Juz is recited in this Tarawîh. This Juz includes the entire Surahs Ahqâf, Muhammad, Fatah, Hujurât, Qâf and Dhâriyât.
This Juz commences with Sûrah Ahqâf, in which Allâh states that He has created the universe only for a stipulated period of time. The system of the universe functions according to Allâh's perfect plan, yet the Kuffâr still adamantly oppose the truth. Allâh commands man to treat his parents kindly, reminding him that his mother bore him with hardship and delivered him with hardship.
The 27th Juz is recited in this Tarawîh. This Juz begins with verse 31 of Sûrah Dhâriyât and includes Sûrahs Tûr, Najm, Qamar, Rahmân, Wâqi'ah and Hadîd.
The Juz opens with the incident of Hadhrat Ibrahîm Alayhis Salâm when some angels visited him in the guise of humans and informed him of the imminent birth of his son Hadhrat Is'hâq Alayhis Salâm When he asked them what their duty was, they replied that they were out to rain a shower of stones upon the nation of Hadhrat Lût Alayhis Salâm They had been sent to punish these people.
The 28th Juz is recited in this Tarawîh. It includes Sûrahs Mujâdalah, Hashar, Mumtahina, Saff, Jumu'ah, Munâfiqûn, Taghâbun, Talâq and Tahrîm.
Mujâdalah begins this Juz. Allâh states that it is foolish for any person to refer to his wife as his mother (as a method of separating from her). If a man does this, it will be Harâm for him to cohabit with his wife until he pays the required Kafâra. The Kafâra is that he frees a slave (male or female), fasts for two consecutive months or feeds sixty poor people.
The 29th Juz is recited in this Tarawîh. This Juz includes Sûrahs Mulk, Qalam, Haqqah, Ma'ârij, Nûh, Jinn, Muzzammil, Muddathir, Qiyâmah, Insân and Mursalâh.
Allâh says in Sûrah Mulk that there is none to replace His innumerable bounties if He should ever snatch them away from people. People should therefore trust only in Allâh because He has created both life and death and only He controls them.
The recitation of the Qur'ân is completed in this 30 th Juz, which commences from Sûrah Naba , ending with Sûrah Nâs, the 114th and final Sûrah of the Qur'ân.
In Sûrah Naba (Sûrah Amma), Allâh says that the punishment of Jahannam has been prepared for those people who deny the truth of Islâm. When the trumpet is sounded for the Day of Qiyâmah, the skies will be divided into many roads through which people will pass in droves towards the Plain of Resurrection. The acts of every person will be disclosed and Allâh will decide the punishment or reward that every person will receive.