Saturday, February 28, 2009

AL-ANDALUS: In Search of Lost Glory

Panoramic View of the Alhambra Castle

My wife had always wanted to visit Al-Maghrib (Morocco). I also increasingly became interested in visiting the place where occasionally you will hear Muslims reminisce and say, "We ruled Spain for 800 years ...." Therefore, it was quite easy to mutually agree that maybe we should combine our dreams and visit both Al-Maghrib and Al-Andalus. And that is exactly what we did in the summer of 2000.

Although the two countries are on two different continents, Al-Maghrib and Al-Andalus (Spain) are much closer than most countries on the same continent. They are "a stone throw away" from each other.

The two countries, and indeed the two continents, Africa and Europe, are separated by the Strait of Gibraltar, a passage 65 km long and 14 to 24 km wide at the western end of the Mediterranean Sea. The Strait also links the Mediterranean to the Atlantic Ocean.

After a little research, we decided which cities we would like to visit. In Al-Maghrib, and this was to include the four "imperial cities", i.e., cities that at one point were capitals under different dynasties and rulers - Fes, Marrakesh, Meknes, and Rabat (current capital).

We also decided to visit Casablanca, Morocco's largest city and industrial centre. At any rate once we got there we visited these five cities plus the city of Tangier, and 3 towns - Ouarzazate, Efrane, and Al-Jadida.

Two of the best things in Morocco for us was to meet and spend time in Casablanca with one of the best and most kind families we have ever met. Such hospitality reminded us of Jerusalem in 1995. And the second was to drive through the Atlas Mountains; the beauty was breath-taking.

We consider Morocco to be one of the most naturally beautiful countries in the world, because it has been blessed by what we like to think are the 5 most natural beauties - (1) Mountains (Atlas and Rif); (2) Waters (Atlantic and Mediterranean); (3) Desert (Sahara); (4) Forests (e.g., Juniper Forests); and (5) Animals (both the livestock, and wild - e.g., at Toukbal National Park). These are things that Allah has blessed Morocco with. It's very rare to have a country with all of these five natural beauties. Most countries may have one or two, and sometimes up to four, but 5 is quite rare.

Al-Maghrib is the home of one of Islam’s most famous explorer, Ibn Battuta. On separate trips he also visited southern Spain and crossed the Sahara to West Africa. After 29 years his journeys totaled 75,000 miles - three times the distance logged by his European predecessor, Marco Polo.

Ibn Battuta was a native of Morocco and he started his explorations at Tangier on his way to Makkah for the Hajj (Pilgrimage), and onwards to the rest of the world. He was nicknamed, "Prince of Travellers" and his real name was Abu Abdalla Muhammad ibn Abdalla ibn Muhammd ibn Ibrahim al-Lawati.

After extensively travelling throughout Morocco, we finally crossed the Mediterranean from Tangier, by Ferry, into Al-Andalus. The ferries are huge and very luxurious. They can accommodate so many vehicles and probably hundreds of passengers. They are equipped with recreational rooms, restaurants, toilets, foreign exchange counter, etc.

As for Al-Andalus, we decided that we were going to focus on the autonomous southern region that the Spanish government still calls Andalusia. It is the largest of Spain’s 17 regions, and it is the most populous with about 7 million people. It is also the region with the most preserved Muslim structures and architecture.

Here we decided to visit Cordoba, Granada, and the capital of Andalusia region, Seville. Although my wife had visited Spain before, she had not toured this part of the country. However, this time around we were not just "tourist" but rather Muslim tourists out to find what our ancestors had left behind and to reflect on that part of Islamic history.

In short we were going to search for the lost glory.

Our most exciting moment was when we saw Jabal Tariq. Two hours into our sea voyage (the entire voyage was just 2½ hours), the famous Jabal Tariq (anglicized to Gibraltar) became visible before our very eyes on the right hand side. I was so excited that I shouted, "Jabal Tariq! Jabal Tariq! Yaa Jabal Tariq!" And I kept looking at this historic Rock while in my mind a three part history was being played:-

(1) Commander Tariq ibn Ziyad and his soldiers landing on "The Rock" in 711, established justice and begun a civilization in Europe;

(2) The Spanish Inquisition in which hundreds of thousands of Muslims were slaughtered, exiled, or forced into Roman Catholicism; and

(3) The last Muslim ruler, Abu Abdullah (Boabdil), leaving the palace (Alhambra) and forced into exile in 1492!

Upon landing on "the Rock", it is believed that Tariq ordered that all the vessels be set on fire; thereafter he turned to his soldiers and told them that "the enemy is in front of us, and the sea is behind us." Therefore they had no choice but to fight with the enemy until they were victorious.

The part that most people do not know or understand is that - the Muslims went into Spain in response to a call for assistance by one of the Visigothic factions, the Witizans. Having become dispossessed after the death of King Witiza in 710, they appealed to Musa ibn Nusayr for support against the usurper King Roderick.

At the time, Musa was the governor of North Africa (up to Tangier, Morocco) under the Umayyad Dynasty based in Damascus under the Caliph, Al-Walid I.

Subsequently, the Muslims liberated the entire Spain, indeed, almost the entire Iberian Peninsula (Spain and Portugal) was under Muslim rule – Al-Andalus was born. Muslims established justice and began a great Civilization in Europe – from the European darkness and backwardness to a brighter future and the establishment of a technological and scientific foundation.

The Muslims lost Gibraltar to the Spanish in 1462. In 1704 it was captured by the British and since then it has been Britain's chief naval base on the route through the Suez Canal to the Far East. The Gibraltar peninsula is about 5km long and just over 1km wide. Its area is 5.8 square kilometers. The population of the peninsula is about 30,000 people who have now been granted British citizenship.

The Rock itself is mostly limestone with cliffs and sandy slopes. Its greatest height of 1,396 feet is reached near the southern end. The city of Gibraltar, mostly on ground level on the west of the rock, lies on the deep Bay of Gibraltar.

To some, Jabal Tariq is a symbol of the rise and fall of Muslim rule in Al-Andalus! Maybe there was a good reason for all of this, and certainly a lesson for all of us.

Anyway, we landed in the city of Algeciras and took a 3 hour bus ride to the city of Seville which became our main base during our stay in Spain. We arrived at night in Seville; we booked into a hotel, went out to dinner and then hit the bed.

By 9:30 the next morning we started our sightseeing.

Seville is a city which lies on the left bank of the Guadalquivir River (flows 657 km); it's about 550 km southwest of Madrid. Guadalquivir is originally an Arabic word, Waadi al Kabir (The big valley).

Seville is the major, most dense and popular city in the region of Andalusia (of course, it's derived from al-Andalus, the name that the Muslims gave to the whole Iberian Peninsula in the 8th century). It's a beautiful city. In the 12th century it was the capital of the Almohad (Al-Muwahhid) Movement or Confederation. This confederation was comprised of Berber tribes.

The origins of the Al-Muwahhid can be traced to Muhammad ibn Tumart, the founder of this reform movement; which later matured into a Caliphate, with its first Caliph, Abdul-Mumin (who succeeded ibn Tumart). Their rule lasted for over a hundred years between 12th -13th century in North Africa, Spain and part of Portugal. Prior to the Al-Muwahhid, there was the Almoravid (Al-Murabit) Confederation (also of Berber tribes).

We visited the Cathedral which was built on the site of a Mosque. The Mosque was constructed in the 12th century (1180-1200) during the Al-Muwahhid period under the leadership of Al-Mumin's successor, Abu Yaqub Yusuf.

Today what remains of the mosque is only the Minaret, now called Giralda, and the Patio de los Naranjos (the patio of oranges - a patio filled with orange trees).

My wife was tired, but I did go all the way to the top of the Giralda (it is 35 storeys); I could see the whole of Seville. The Minaret is now a "bell tower"; it is said that it is one of the most beautiful "tower" in the world. The new name of "Giralda" is derived from the spinning object at the top.

I think the Spanish are caught up in this dichotomy of wanting to discard the past while desiring on capitalizing on its legacy simultaneously. I believe that among the millions of tourists, who visit Spain every year, a good number go south to Andalusia - and majority of these are drawn to this region due to its rich Islamic history of the "Golden Age."

According to 2005 statistics, France is at the top tourist destination with 76 million tourists, Spain is second with 55 million, and the United States third with 50 million.

Anyway, it is said that this Cathedral, constructed in 1401-1506, is the second largest Church after the Basilica in the Vatican. In one part of the Cathedral there is an empty "symbolic tomb" of the Italian born, (Spanish sponsored) dubious "Explorer-Navigator", Christopher Columbus. Remember him? He met the aboriginal people of the Americas and thought that he had reached his destination, India. So he called its people, "Indians"; a name that has unfortunately stuck on them to the present day!

More than a century and half earlier Ibn Battuta [1304-1369] had already circled a good portion of the globe. Between 325 and 1354 he journeyed through North Africa, the Middle East, East Africa, Central Asia, India, Southeast Asia, and China.

A few metres from where the Mosque used to be, we visited what the Spanish call "Alcazar" (Al-Qasr). The Fortress still maintains its architectural beauty. It was in the year 931 when Abdur-Rahman III ordered its construction. Later it became the residence of various monarchs. Within it there are various gardens and palaces in which some of their walls are covered in intricate Arabic writings, some of which are verses from the Glorious Qur'an.

In another part of the city we visited Torre Del Oro (The Golden Tower). It was built by the same Al-Muwahhid around 1220. It formed the last wall of defence that ran from the Alcazar to the river. It is said that the tower was given its name because of the sun's reflection off the gold tiles that once covered the dome.

Today it is a Naval Museum. We also visited the Maestranza Bullring, built in the 18th century. There wasn’t any bullfight at the time, although neither of us is a fan.

Bullfighting is probably the second most popular sport in Spain, after football. Some people may also recall that bullfighting is also popular in the island of Pemba in East Africa. What we are yet to discern is who borrowed the "game" from whom.

By the way, one of the most famous Spanish dishes, and one which my wife has now mastered the art of making, is called Payella (pronounced Payeya). It is rice mixed with all kinds of seafood (crabs, shrimps, fish, squid, etc). The dish is neither soggy nor dry - but somewhere in between. Both my wife and I liked it after having eaten it twice in Seville. Wow! Payeya!

Generally, we found the Spanish to be a hospitable people. They even went out of their way to try and speak English, albeit with difficulty, whenever we stopped them in the streets for directions or other enquiries.

This does not mean that they are a tolerant society if, let’s say, we had decided to make Spain our home. Sometimes we found it quite amusing when we spoke to someone in the streets in English and they would politely answer our enquiry in Spanish.

One such person was Hendrick (he pronounced it something close to "`En-ricky"), a door man at a Church that we had asked for directions to get to Plaza Espana. No matter how we pronounced the word "Espana" he will correct us by saying something close to "Espanya!" or "Espan’ya!" We found him very funny, and in turn he also found us amusing because of our laughter to how funny he was. Every time we said goodbye to him, he will try to say something to discourage us from leaving. He was quite a character!

Anyway, it is worth mentioning that one of our most "romantic" times in Seville was a boat cruise along Waadi al Kabir (Guadalquivir River) we mentioned earlier.

The second one was a horse-drawn carriage that took us around the city passing along all the historic monuments mentioned above, and including the Maria Luisa Park, an extremely large park on which we took our sandwiches and drink to have it sitting on one of the benches.

At the height of the goodness from the Spanish people was medical attention by a Spanish doctor. My wife got an eye infection. I convinced her that the best thing would be to go to the hospital. Not only was she seen for free, but the doctor who treated her went a step further and gave her preferential treatment, i.e., he attended to her before many other waiting patients. And when some of the patients protested, the doctor explained that we were "visitors from America." The patients then calmed down.

Apart from Seville, the two most important cities for any Muslim visiting Andalus are Cordoba and Granada. Ironically, even for non-Muslims these three cities are the most visited. The bus ride from Seville to Cordoba is almost 2 hours. Just like in Morocco, when driving between cities in southern Spain, you pass through hectares and hectares of sunflower plants and olive trees. The transportation system in both Morocco and Spain is just excellent.

In Spain it’s even better because there is one major depot in every city and all buses (of various companies) leave or arrive at that location. They have a public announcement system to tell passengers which bus is going where, and from what platform. They have computerized screens that show this information too. At the station they have shops, toilets, bank machines, etc. Probably this is common in most European cities and big cities in the United States.

When we got off the bus, we went straight to the historical Mosque, i.e., The Great Mosque of Cordoba. It is very huge and beautiful too. Construction was started in 780 by the then ruler of Al-Andalus, Abdur-Rahman I. However, over the years it was extended by other rulers, Abdur-Rahman II, Al-Hakam II, and finally completed in its present form by Al-Mansur around 987. It was under the leadership of Muslims that Cordoba became the most populous, prosperous, cultured, and industrious land in the whole of Europe.

At the time, the rest of Europe was in darkness, and I mean literally in darkness. In the 10th century, according to P. de Gayangos, "you could walk through [Cordoba] streets for ten miles in one direction at night, and always have the light of lamps to guide your way. 700 years later this would be an innovation in London or Paris, as would be paved streets." Cordoba is also the home of the world famous philosopher, Averroes, (Abu al-Walid Muhammad Ibn Ahmad Ibn Rushid (1126-1198). He composed 38 treatises on the various works of Aristotle, as well as original tracts on astronomy, physics, and medicine.

Later in history when the Roman Catholics took over Cordoba they built a Cathedral in the middle of the mosque. However, it is still referred to as "The Great Mosque" or "The Mosque-Cathedral" and it attracts large numbers of Tourists. At the mihrab (niche), intricate Arabic writings are clearly visible to the present day. And the part of the mosque which attracts most tourists is this mihrab which was built under Al-Hakam II. UNESCO has declared it a World Heritage site – I hope with good intentions, and not as a testament to Muslims’ humiliation.

The one place in Cordoba that we did not get the opportunity to visit was Madina Az-Zahra, a city and palace located about 8km outside of Cordoba. The construction began around 936 during the reign of Abdur-Rahman III. It took 12 years to be completed by workmen numbering 12,000. It is said that less than a century later it was badly damaged following a rebellion by one part of the population. And so it was abandoned; we understand that the Spanish government is carefully trying to restore it.

Anyway, the most exciting moment for any tourist visiting Spain is a visit to the city of Granada, and specifically to the most famous palace in the history of Muslims in Andalus. Granada is a 3 hours ride from Seville. The city lies at an elevation of about 690 meters, and is overlooked in the south by the Sierra Nevada, the highest mountain range in Spain which extends for about 100 km (The highest point being 3,478 meters).

Again, when we got off the bus we headed straight to Alhambra. We almost missed the opportunity to tour the Alhambra. After travelling all the way from Seville to Granada, we arrived there at 12:30 PM and we were told that the tickets for the day were "sold out." We were shocked and disappointed, and I almost cried. But I am glad to have the genes of my late father, Yusuf; genes of determination and of not giving up so easily.

My wife had lost hope, but I appealed to one of the young ladies at the ticket counter. It took one hour and all the convincing and smiles and begging, and showing her our tickets for that evening return trip to Seville; she finally did us a favour by selling us two tickets. Other tourists also eager to go in were surprised and may have felt jealous! By the way, apart from Alhambra, we also visited, although very briefly, one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Muslim Granada - Albaicin.

The Alhambra attracts lots of visitors. If it was not for the limit of about 8,500 visitors a day back in 2000, they would have more than that number of visitors on some days during high season. And that is why on the day that we arrived there the tickets for that day were sold out. In 2006 over 3 million people visited Alhambra. We spent 3 hours in Alhambra; it’s a huge place.

Alhambra was the palace and fortress of the Muslim monarchs in Granada, the last Muslim Kingdom in Al-Andalus. Alhambra in Arabic means "The Red," which is probably derived from the colour of bricks made of fine gravel and clay, of which the outer walls are built. Constructed on a plateau that overlooks the city of Granada, the palace was built mainly between 1238 and 1358. It was started by Muhammad I ibn al-Ahmar (ruled 1238-1273) of the Banu Nasr - the first ruler of the Nasrid Dynasty.

Most of the splendid decorations of the interior date from the reigns of Yusuf I (1334-1354) and Muhammad V (1354-1391). Apart from the magnificent Royal Nasrid Palaces, also included within Alhambra is the Alcazaba (From the Arabic word Qasaba which means fortress or citadel), which is the oldest part; today only its massive outer walls, towers, and ramparts are left.

To the east on the "Cerro Del Sol" (Hill of the Sun) is the Generalife (Jannat al-'Arif ["Garden of the Builder"]), constructed in the early 14th century as the summer residence. The complex is centred on picturesque courtyards. Terraced gardens, pools, and fountains combine to produce an enchanting effect. The Alhambra and the Generalife were collectively designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984. The Palace is absolutely beautiful. We learnt later that some sources suggest that the Muslim rulers of the day had wanted what is normally sought by those who do not believe in the hereafter.

For them Paradise is right here on earth right now! Ironically, at the time my wife thought that this was "paradise on earth." Of course, there is no comparison to Paradise because no ordinary human eye has seen paradise, smell it, or imagine it accurately - but it’s just a figure of speech that when we see something extraordinarily beautiful we think of Paradise.

I must admit that any person who lived in that palace at the time could easily have forgotten that one day they might be invaded by enemies, and even worse, forget that God exists and that He must be worshipped!

Ironically, this is where the Muslim rule in the Iberian Peninsula came to an end on 2nd January, 1492 under Muhammad XI Abu Abdallah [Boabdil (reigned 1482-92)] – the last Nasrid ruler who surrendered to the Roman Catholics King Fernando II and Queen Isabella I.

In fact it is said that when Boabdil was leaving Alhambra and going into exile in Morocco, he stopped at some point and looked back at the palace and tears came down his cheeks. His mother who was with him told him,

"Stop crying like a woman for what you could not defend like a man!"

The word Andalus has more than one meaning. One of them is, ‘something which was concealed or hidden.’ Another meaning is, ‘something which slipped out by reason of its smoothness.’ Imagine! Isn’t this ironic? The consolation and the good part is that Andalus has another meaning which is; "To become green at the end of the summer."

One writer, Ahmad Thomson, has said, "The long dry summer of the last five centuries in Europe is drawing to its close." In fact, in Cordoba, while visiting the Alcazar, we bumped into a Muslim, a descendant of ancient Spanish Muslims. His name was Luaiy.

Luaiy said that he is now trying to go back to his roots, i.e., to learn more about the religion of Islam and he was taking Arabic lessons. Because it was Friday, he told us of a small mosque in a public park (Plaza de Colon) at the opposite end of the city - Masjid Murabiteen.

At midday we did go to attend the Friday prayer. The Imam was from Algeria, and the rest of the congregation was a mixture of immigrants from North Africa, and a few from West Africa and Pakistan. The mosque can accommodate about fifty people. Who would have thought that Muslims would gather in Spain, centuries after the heinous Spanish Inquisition, to stand shoulder to shoulder in a Friday prayer?

N.B. This paper is dedicated to Tariq ibn Ziyad

Thursday, January 29, 2009

President Barack Hussein Obama’s Inauguration

I took a day off from work on this historic day of 20th of January, 2009. As a person of African ancestry, it was hard not to feel proud to see "one of us" rise up to what is arguably the highest political office in the world in this current moment. It is an office that can be a blessing or a curse, depending on how the one who occupies it uses or misuses the power bestowed on him by millions of Americans.

I awaited Obama’s oath with anxiety and anticipation. I was not sure how I was going to feel. I was not sure if he was going to mention his middle name in full or as an initial or avoid it altogether. When he put his hand on that "Lincoln Bible" held by Michelle Obama, and raised his hand before the U.S. Chief Justice, my heart was racing so fast. I could literally feel it. I was so worried, hoping that nothing bad will happen before he actually took the oath of becoming the 44th President of the United States of America.

I was happy to hear him say, "I, Barack Hussein Obama …." And as my wife puts it after Obama was sworn in, "isn’t it ironic that America worked so hard to invade Iraq and overthrow its President, Saddam Hussein, only to have Barack Hussein as its own President today?"

As a Muslim, I liked his Inauguration Speech, especially two parts. First when he said, "For we know that our patchwork heritage is a strength, not a weakness. We are a nation of Christians and Muslims, Jews and Hindus - and non-believers. We are shaped by every language and culture, drawn from every end of this Earth."

Secondly, I welcome the part when he said, "To the Muslim world, we seek a new way forward, based on mutual interest and mutual respect."

And as a son of the Kenyan soil, I could not help but remember the stolen Presidential election in Kenya in December, 2007, when President Obama said, "To those who cling to power through corruption and deceit and the silencing of dissent, know that you are on the wrong side of history."

I was happy for Obama’s father, his Luo step-grandmother, and the people of their village, Kogelo, when he said, "And so to all other peoples and governments who are watching today, from the grandest capitals to the small village where my father was born: know that America is a friend of each nation and every man, woman, and child who seeks a future of peace and dignity, and that we are ready to lead once more."

I was disappointed that he did not mention his mother, who was an extremely excellent human being who bestowed the little Barack with the best human values.

Finally I could not help being hopeful for those poor nations which some of them have been rendered poor due to corrupt leadership, some due to the legacy of colonialism and oppression they had endured, some due to civil wars, and others due to what "Mother Nature" can do to a land (e.g., drought).

President Barack Hussein Obama said, "To the people of poor nations, we pledge to work alongside you to make your farms flourish and let clean waters flow; to nourish starved bodies and feed hungry minds."

I do believe that as a person, Barack is a good human being. The question that some of us have is, will he allow his good soul to be corrupted by evil politicians, law makers, policy makers, special interests, lobbyists, etc.? I am optimistic of the change he will bring about domestically.

But I am less optimistic of the change in U.S. Foreign Policy. But time will tell. For the moment as he steps into the Oval Office, we give the Obama Administration the benefit of doubt and wish President Obama all the very best.

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

A Trip to the Grand Canyon


Some have described the Grand Canyon in two words, “Nature’s Masterpiece.” They may be right. Like many of our trips, this started in a casual conversation. Last fall, Kay proposed that we should go to the Grand Canyon. After some hesitation I jumped on the idea. At the end, I was glad that I agreed because frankly speaking the Grand Canyon to those who may have had the opportunity to visit, it is a place or experience that no words can really do justice in describing it. However, I will attempt in the best way I know how, to do just that. Stay tuned!

We had to do some research of where the Grand Canyon was exactly located. We only had an idea that it was somewhere around California, Nevada, and Arizona. After figuring that it is all within Arizona, the other puzzle was how we were going to get there, 3,600 km away. We were not sure whether it was worth driving or flying, but eventually we decided that we were going to drive. We knew we were looking at thousands of kilometres, but because we had the experience of driving to Florida which is over 2000 km, we convinced ourselves that we could do it. After all, we both love long distance driving. You can even say that we have a certain degree of passion for it. We also thought that it will make more sense, economically and mechanically, to just rent a car. For less than $500 we were able to rent a full size car (Buick Century) with unlimited mileage.

Because our focus was the Grand Canyon, we made a conscious decision that on the way there, we would not spend anytime touring any city; we decided to do that on our return trip. We were looking at 36 hours of driving. We knew that we could easily drive 12 hours a day, happily – this way we only needed to spend two nights on the road, and the third night we should spend in a lodge within the Grand Canyon National Park itself.

We left home around 5 o’clock on a Saturday morning. We got to the U.S. boarder through Sarnia three hours later. After crossing the boarder, we hit the highway in the states of Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, and arrived at our first destination, St. Louis, Missouri around 7:00 PM (1270 km from home). The second day, we finished with Missouri and entered into Oklahoma, and got to our second destination in Amarillo, Texas 12 hours later (1220 km from St. Louis). You would think by this time we would be so bored. The answer is, emphatically, NO. Honestly, we both enjoy driving, we normally talk a lot, stop every few hundred kilometres to fill up with gas, buy snacks, or stop at a Rest Stops where they normally have benches where we could sit and have our snack. Anyway, our last leg of the journey on the third day we finished the rest of Texas, and into New Mexico, and ultimately Arizona.

Anyway, believe it or not, finally we were at The Grand Canyon Village, South Rim at 6:00pm (1110 km from Amarillo where we left at 6:00am). What a sense of accomplishment for having fulfilled all our goals in the past 3 days. It took us 36 hours. We paid the US$20 entrance fee which was for the entire stay at the Grand Canyon. And we took directions to our lodge, the Yavapai Lodge. We later realized that this was one of the best things we did before leaving home, i.e., to make reservations for accommodation within the village. From Yavapai Lodge and other lodges, you could just take a walk to the rim of the canyon within minutes, i.e., at the very edge of the canyon. In fact, at this point we were so excited to see the canyon that we did not want to take a chance to first go and check-in at our lodge in case the sun sets and we would not have been able to see the canyon before sunrise the next morning. So we went to one of the observation point, the Mather Point which is at 7,120 ft above sea level. And we looked at the canyon, and we were speechless, breathless, and utterly mesmerized. And we kept saying, O my God! Oh my God! We saw something that words cannot really do justice in describing it. Something so gorgeous, something so magnificent, something so splendid, something so awesome. To the best of our knowledge, it is the best thing that we have ever seen that “nature” has to offer. Right at that point we believed and actually said that our very long trip was worth it. We said we would do this again and again without any hesitation. We then drove to our lodge which was located within the Grand Canyon National Park.

The Grand Canyon, which is considered as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, was created, according to Geologists, as the mighty Colorado River cut its winding course through the canyon walls. Looking down from the rim, we could see “6,250 feet of geological history - more than is displayed anywhere else on earth. The fossils in the horizontal layers tell the story of life on earth since the beginning.” The Grand Canyon is 446 km long (measured by the Colorado River course at the bottom), and up to 29 km wide, with an average depth of 1.6 km. It was made a national monument in 1908 and became a national park in 1919. It has an area of more than 1,900 square miles. Within the national park, apart from the spectacular canyon which really is THE main attraction, there are 89 species of mammals, 373 species of birds, 50 reptiles and 5 amphibians. Also, five Indian tribes live in the region today. To me the Grand Canyon, is probably THE most Natural Wonder of the World. Until now, both Kay and I were more familiar with “Wonders of the World” as opposed to “Natural Wonders of the World.” Wonders of the World include the Great Pyramids in Egypt which we were privileged to visit in 1995. I guess it is almost a competition between God-made wonders verses Man-made wonders! Having seen one of each, I would like to categorically state, without any unfairness, that I personally prefer the God-made wonder! The Egyptians did a superb job, mathematically and architecturally the Pyramids are just mind-boggling, but God beat them by creating the Grand Canyon!

Anyway, the following morning at 9:00am we took the official Desert View Tour which we had made prior reservation for. The importance of this tour was to be able to appreciate the canyon from different observation points. Our tour driver was Karen; she is one person you will like instantly, she is a people’s person and very likeable. She is one woman who just could not stop talking. She cracked jokes and made our trip filled with laughter. The desert view tour was 4 hours long and we stopped at various observation points for taking pictures, videos, and just appreciate the captivating canyon with different colours, shapes, and elevations. The last stop was the Desert View point itself where they have a Watchtower which was specifically built in 1932 to offer an unsurpassed view of the Grand Canyon; and indeed the view is nothing short of breathtaking. The watchtower was designed by Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter, a passionate individual full of life, and consideration, love, and respect for the Native people. She was also an avid admirer of Native American architecture, and she tried to integrate Native American designs into many of her own. For example, before constructing the Watchtower at Desert View she visited several Native American sites in the Southwest to examine first-hand the construction techniques that the natives used to construct their own towers. She was just an exceptional human being.

When we came back after the 83 km round trip, we wasted no time but jumped into our car and drove to just outside the Grand Canyon to catch the Grand Canyon film on the huge 6-storey screen at the Grand Canyon IMAX Theatre. Watching a film on an Imax theatre is so real that you almost feel that you are part of the action. The 1 hour film, Grand Canyon: The Hidden Secrets, was just spectacular. This is one thing that you do not want to miss if you happen to visit the Grand Canyon. It will be a relaxing moment when you just want to sit, relax, and absorb the enormity of the “grandest” of the canyons - THE Grand Canyon. The film took us on a journey spacing 4,000 years of known humans in the area, the First Nations People. The film also featured the “first” known human expedition to traverse the entire length of the “Mighty” Colorado River from one end of the canyon to the next (446 km). The expedition was led by one Mr. John Wesley Powell in 1869.

In the evening, we went for the 2 hours Sunset Tour. This is on the western side of the village along the Hermit Road. On this trip we got quite an intellectual Tour Guide/Driver, Roger. He knew so much that he was confident to respond to any question regarding the Grand Canyon. He could tell you about the animals and birds in the national park, about the aboriginal people who lived in the national park then and now, and the historical and geological facts about the Grand Canyon itself. He was a person whom you could just listen to. We stopped at Hopi and Pima points to appreciate different views of the canyon, and finally ended up at the Hermits Rest 13 km away where we watched the sun set. It was absolutely romantic. Believe it or not, at every observation point, whether it is on the Desert View tour or the Sunset tour, the canyon looked different and we just did not seem to get enough of it. Encyclopedia Britannica says,

Although its awesome grandeur and beauty are the major attractions of the Grand Canyon, perhaps its most vital and valuable aspect lies in the time scale of Earth history that is revealed in the exposed rocks of the canyon walls. No other place on Earth compares with the Grand Canyon for its extensive and profound record of geologic events.”

Indeed, it is probably the most spectacular example of erosion anywhere in the world. Encarta Encyclopaedia said,

“The Grand Canyon is of relatively recent origin; apparently the river began its work of erosion about six million years ago.”

Honestly, one thing that we have never known is how Geologists and Archeologists come up with these “millions” of years of fossils or rocks! It is just mind boggling! We have always been curious to meet one of these scientists who can explain to an “average Joe” how they come up with these figures, the instruments and technology that they use, and how accurate these figures are. If something as deadly and rampant as cancer is, yet scientists still do not know what causes it and how to cure it, yet they know how old a rock is? Well, it is just one of those things that no one can really force you to believe it. Needless to say, I have always been skeptical.

One naturalist, John Muir called the Grand Canyon, the “Grandest of God’s terrestrial cities.” He also called it, “Supreme …above all other canyons.” We also tend to agree with another observation by the National Geographic Society saying, “perhaps it is the most spectacular and overwhelming place on the earth’s surface.”

On the one hand, there is this geological explanation of how the canyon came into existence, i.e., that this was initially a plateau which was split into two by the constant flow of the powerful Colorado River with its grinding load of gravel and sand “sometime between five and thirty million years ago.” On the other hand, some of us would just like to believe that the Grand Canyon was there from day ONE when the earth was created! In my humble opinion, after having toured over a dozen countries in four continents, I can say without any hesitation that the Grand Canyon is the most awesome, magnificent and beautiful thing that nature has to offer. It is the most beautiful natural landscape.

We spent the evening buying some souvenirs in the many gift shops that they have within the Grand Canyon Village.

We were also privileged to visit the famous Hoover Dam – at the boarder of Arizona and Nevada – 4 hours drive from the Grand Canyon (380 km). Based on the terrain, Hoover Dam is a marvel of civil engineering. From the Hoover Dam, we took a 10 minutes drive to the Marina at Lake Mead. This huge reservoir for the Hoover Dam is one of the largest artificially created bodies of water in the world; it covers an area of 603 sq km. We took a 90 minutes cruise; it was just so relaxing. From Lake Mead we were ready to head to Las Vegas to rest for the night. It is the closest major city, only 48 km away. Neither Kay nor I are into gambling, but we certainly strolled along the famous Boulevard, The Strip, and kept thinking as we passed one Casino after the next, how people work so hard to earn their money, just to come and loose it all to the gambling machines in the name of “having a good time!”

Anyway, we wanted to make the return trip more challenging and really scenic. And nothing can beat the Rocky Mountains in that part of the continent. We really wanted to cut through the Rockies. And boy! Cutting through we did, in the States of Utah and Colorado. At times when the mountains were so close and the rain was coming down, we almost got disoriented. Although Kay drove on some portions of the Rockies that were less mountainous, for the most part she left the steering wheel to me; however, she played a more pivotal role of making sure that she kept me awake, because dozing off for a split second could be disastrous. At times we literally drove through tunnels that were constructed through the mountains; some tunnels were 3 kilometres long. We drove through these tunnels hoping that nothing happened before we came out at the other end. In some places it was raining, in some snowing, and in some it was icy and we had to be extra careful.

All in all, this particular part of the trip, in Utah and Colorado, it was an experience that we are so glad we were bold enough to undertake although we might probably not do it again – this route is quite dangerous. Probably it is okay in the summer but certainly not in the autumn as we did. And in the winter do not even think of it!

The two weeks trip was very long, 11,000 km to be precise. But it was worth every kilometre! We would do it all over again, with one addition though; this time we would also visit the less visited North Rim of the Grand Canyon. And finally, as one book puts it so beautifully,

“To experience the Grand Canyon is to commune with nature at her very finest.”

And thank God, we were privileged to do just that.


Moon Sighting

Local Sighting Verses Global Sighting of the Moon
Is Local Moon Sighting Closer to THE Sunnah?
(Revisiting the Issue)

In March 1999, due to being disgruntled with the local leadership, my wife and I decided to move from following Local (or Regional) Sighting to following Global Sighting. Incidentally, in that year the moon for Ramadhan was sighted in Yemen; we started to fast with Yemen on Wednesday, 8th December, 1999. No other Gulf state, or any other state that I know of, started with Yemen. With Global Sighting I mean following any country or locality that sees the moon first, not necessarily following Saudi Arabia (exclusively) as other people do. Such people are not truly Globalists, rather they are Saudists.

We are all aware of the big change this year that Saudi Arabia made for the Day of Arafah when the whole world was taken by surprise after thinking that Arafah will be on 20th January, 2005. I believe two people came forward a day or two after the 29th day of Dhul-Qaadah and testified that they in fact saw the new moon on the 29th. So Saudi Arabia changed the day of Arafah to 19th January, 2005. When it comes to the Day of Arafah, there is very little that the rest of us can do; this is a day when the rest of us fast while those performing Hajj spend it standing in worship while asking for forgiveness and mercy from Allah, on the plains of Arafah (most likely THE most important act or ritual of Hajj). But even with fasting on the Day of Arafah there is a technicality in that not everybody may be able to fast on that day even if we want to do it, symbolically, in the name of unity. While I bring this example as a hypothetical scenario, it may well have happened in the past, and it may possibly happen in the future. Let’s say, Jordanians see the new moon of Dhul-Hijjah on the 29th of Dhul-Qaadah. The Islamic Council of Jordan announces that the next day is the 1st day of Dhul-Hijjah. Let’s say, Saudi Arabia does not see the moon on that day, and they do not accept the information from Jordan (as what happened with Yemen in 1999 for the beginning of Ramadhan); instead they complete 30 days of Dhul-Qaadah and their 1st day of Dhul-Hijjah is one day AFTER Jordan. On the 9th of Dhul-Hijjah it is the Day of Arafah in Saudi Arabia, while in Jordan it is in fact the 10th of Dhul-Hijjah already. Should Jordanians celebrate Eid-ul-Adha on that day or should they fast for Arafah? Will it not be Haraam for Jordanians to fast on Eid Day?

Anyway, I am not suggesting that there was any wrong doing on the part of Saudi Arabia when they changed the date this year, however, it made me do some soul and theological searching. This brought me back to the same hadeeth which we looked so very closely in 1999, but at the time, due to our biases of wanting to move to Global Sighting we may have ignored what appears to be a very clear message that appears to be contained in this hadeeth:

Kuraib reported that Umm Fadl, daughter of Harith, sent him (Fadl, i. e. her son) to Mu'awiya in Syria [ash-Sham]. I (Fadl) arrived in Syria, and did the needful for her. It was there in Syria that the month of Ramadan commenced. I saw the new moon (of Ramadan) on Friday. I then came back to Medina at the end of the month. Abdullah b. 'Abbas (Allah be pleased with him) asked me (about the new moon of Ramadan) and said: When did you see it? I said.: We saw it on the night of Friday. He said: (Did) you see it yourself? -I said: Yes, and the people also saw it and they observed fast and Mu'awiya also observed fast, whereupon he said: But we saw it on Saturday night. So we would continue to observe fast till we complete thirty (lasts) or we see it (the new moon of Shawwal). I said: Is the sighting of the moon by Mu'awiya not valid for you? He said: No; this is how the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) has commanded us. Yahya b. Yahya was in doubt (whether the word used in the narration by Kuraib) was Naktafi or Taktafi. [Sahih Muslim, Vol. 2, Chapter CDIX, Number 2391]

The hadeeth appears to send a very clear message, i.e., Ibn Abbas (RA) refused to change the date of ending the month of Ramadhan in Madinah, based on information that he received from Damascus. Not only did he refuse, he justified that his refusal was based on the commandment from the Messenger of Allah (SAW). If following “Global” sighting was acceptable, according to Shariah and the teachings of the Prophet (SAW), wasn’t this a great opportunity for Ibn Abbas to put it into practise having received confirmation that they, i.e., the people of Madinah (under his leadership) had in fact started to fast one day late? If there is in fact, a hidden message in this hadeeth which ordinary Muslims are unaware of, then we would be delighted to hear an explanation from a scholar. However, so far the one learned individual (who is a prolific writer of English Islamic books) whom I have read his position on Global Sighting, it is by all accounts based on the general hadeeth which talks about "Fast when you see the crescent. If it is obscured to you, then complete thirty days of Sha'baan. And break your fast when you see the crescent. If it is obscured to you then fast thirty days." Incidentally this particular hadeeth, which appears to be a general command was brought to our attention by Ibn Abbas (RA) too among other companions. Basically, what I am trying to say is that when Ibn Abbas refused the information on the sighting from ash-Sham (Syria), under the leadership of Mu’awiya (RA), it is quite unlikely that he was not aware of this other hadeeth which says:

Abu'l-Bakhtari reported: We saw the new moon of Ramadan as we were at Dhit-i-'Irq. We sent a man to Ibn Abbas (Allah be pleased with both of them) to ask him (whether the sighting of a small moon had something of the nature of defect in it). Upon this Ibn 'Abbas (Allah be pleased with both of them) said that the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) had said: Verily Allah deferred its sight, but if (the new moon) is hidden from you, then, complete its number (thirty). [Sahih Muslim, Vol. 2, Chapter CDX, Number 2393]

On the other hand, we cannot use Astronomical calculations as are being used by some individuals (like an uncle of mine who has now passed away; may Allah rest him in peace), or organizations like the Islamic Society of North America (who sometimes consult Muslim Astronomers to get approximate dates). This is something that the Prophet (SAW) addressed in no uncertain terms. The subject of Astronomy is a very old one that pre-dates the advent of Prophet Muhammad (SAW). It is said, Astronomy is the most ancient of the sciences. So I am almost certain that during the Prophet's time we had some Astronomers. But here is what he said regarding astronomy or calculating the dates using such knowledge:

Narrated Ibn 'Umar: The Prophet said, "We are an illiterate nation; we neither write, nor know accounts. The month is like this and this, i.e. sometimes of 29 days and sometimes of thirty days." [sahih Bukhari, Volume 3, Chapter 13, Number 137]

By all accounts, it appears that the Prophet (SAW) was talking specifically about moon sighting when he referred to this Ummah as "illiterate." Most likely, meaning, do not get into complications of astronomy, accounting, calculation, or other sciences in this matter - it is so simple - you see the moon on the 29th, then start a new month; if you don't then complete 30 days and start the new month. It is a very simple but yet great advice and command. While majority of people agree with not using the Science of Astronomy, unfortunately the same people probably get into other forms of science and technology – for example, while living in Canada, one tries so hard to find out from a Live Satellite television whether Saudi Arabia has begun fasting or not; or logging to the Internet and checking to see if there is any information if the people of Australia have begun Ramadhan or not; or sending an SMS text message to a cousin in South Africa to know if they have seen the new moon there; or telephoning your aunt in Abu Dhabi, etc. It seems that all the advice that the Prophet (SAW) gave us on this issue when he said that we are an “Illiterate Ummah,” is thrown out of the window! Instead, we are almost saying, “well, we are a Literate Ummah and we can prove that by finding out whether the other part of the world has seen the moon or not, instantaneously, using modern day communication gadgets!” What are we really trying to prove, and whom are we trying to prove to?

As I was discussing with other friends, if we see no harm in using “modern day communication gadgets” in determining if we can also start fasting or not based on information from the opposite side of the world, what will we say if others say, “well, because the DNA and Forensic Science is quite a reliable science nowadays (in fact it has been used to exonerate hundreds of wrongfully convicted “murderers” and “rapists”), we should consider using it for suspected adulterers instead of the difficulty of having to find four witnesses!” And some have started discussing following a “Jamaah or congregational prayer in Makkah on Live Satellite television provided there is no time difference involved!” Or are we saying that it is okay to use modern technology in one act of worship but we can absolutely not do so in another? Isn’t it ironic that the one act of worship that we are using the “scientific know-how” is the very one that the Prophet (SAW) explicitly warned us against!?

In conclusion, Sheikh Sayyid Sabiq in Fiqh-us-Sunnah says,

“According to 'Ikrimah, al-Qasim ibn Muhammad, Salim, Ishaq, the correct opinion among the Hanafiyyah, and the chosen opinion among the Shaf'iyyah, every "country" (or territory) is to take into consideration its own sighting and not necessarily to follow the sighting of others.” [Fiqh us-Sunnah Vol. 3; Page 112]

He also adds that,

“In Fath al-‘Alam Sharh Bulugh al-Maram, it is stated: The [opinion] closest [to the truth] is that each land follows its sighting, as well as the areas that are connected to it.” [Fiqh us-Sunnah Vol. 3; Page 112]

Mind you he also says,

“According to the majority of scholars, it does not matter if the new moon has been sighted in a different location.” [Fiqh us-Sunnah Vol. 3; Page 112]

However, he does not mention a name of any of these “majority of the scholars”, and does not specifically say what daleel or evidence they are using in reaching this conclusion, and what these scholars have said about the hadeeth of Ibn Abbas and Kuraib.

But when all is said and done, contemporary scholars will do us great justice if they really share with us the reasons why the hadeeth of Ibn Abbas and Kuraib, and that of Ibn Umar, are not sufficient in determining that Local Sighting is closer to the Sunnah or in fact it is THE Sunnah? Secondly, is the following of Global Sighting in fact a Bid’a (i.e., an innovation), at least linguistically if not theologically?


Faharisi Ya Qurani Takatifu


A'laa, S. 87.
Aadiyat, S. 100.
Aali Imran, S. 3.
Aaraf, S. 7.
Abasa, S. 80.
Abu-Lahab, 111:1-5.
Adabu, dhana, upelelezi na kusengenyana, 49:12;
dharau, matusi na kuitana majina mabaya, 49:11;
katika mikutano, 58:11;
kutomuudhi Mwenyezi Mungu, Mtume na Waislamu, 33:57-58;
mbele ya Mtume, 24:62-63; 49:1-5;
ndani ya nyumba ya Mtume, 33:53;
tupeleleze tunayoambiwa na fasiki, 49:6;
ya kumsalia na kumuombea amani Mtume, 33:56;
za majumbani, 24:58-61;
za kuingia majumbani, 24:27-29.
Adam, anaghilibiwa na shetani, 20:120-121;
anakhalifu amri, 2:35-39; 7:19-25;
kuumbwa, 2:30-34;
wanawe, 5:27-31.
Adhabu, 3:188; 6:15-16; 10:50-53; 11:101-104; 13:34; 16:88; 46:20; 70:1-3; 84:22.
Adi (watu), 7:65-72; 11:50-60; 25:38; 26:123-140; 29:38; 41:15-16; 46:21-26; 51:41-42; 54:18-21; 69:4-8; 89:6-14.
Ahmad, kubashiriwa kuja kwake, 61:6.
Ahqaf, S. 46.
Ahzab, S. 33.
Aisha, 24:11; 66:4.
Akhera, amali zitapimwa, 7:8-9;
bila shaka ni bora, 93:4-5;
bora kuliko fedha na dhahabu, 43:33-35;
hali ya wanyonge na waliojivuna, 14:21;
ilikadhibishwa na kaumu zilizopita, 50:12-14;
kuna adhabu, 6:40-41; 12:107;
madhalimu hawatafuzu, 6:135;
madhalimu wataomba muda mdogo, 14:44-46;
maisha ya milele (?), 11:107-108;
mitume na kaumu zao wataulizwa, 7:6;
nyumba ya huko ni bora zaidi, 6:32; 28:83; 29:64;
tutakutana na Mwenyezi Mungu, 6:31;
wanaopuza hawana waombezi, 7:53;
wema watapata nyumba ya salama, 6:127.
Al-Kaaba - tazama Kaaba.
Alam-Nashrah, S. 94.
Alama za Mwenyezi Mungu - tazama Ishara.
Alaq, S. 96.
Allah - tazama Mwenyezi Mungu.
Alyasaa (Ilisha), 6:86; 38:48.
Amana, tuzirudishe kwa wanaostahiki, 4:58; 8:27.
Amani, salamu, tamko la peponi, 19:62; 56:25-26;
tuielekee, 8:61;
utulivu, untoka kwa Mwenyezi Mungu, 9:26, 40; 48:4, 18, 26.
Amani - tazama Salamu.
An-am, S. 6.
Anbiyaa, S. 21.
Anfal, S. 8.
Ankabuut, S. 29.
Ansari, 59:9; 63:7.
Ardhi, imerahisishwa kwa ajili ya mwanaadamu, 67:15;
imeumbiwa viumbe, 15:19-20; 26:7; 77:25-28;
imewekewa milima ili isituyumbishe, 16:15; 21:31; 31:10;
itabadilishwa kuwa nyengine, 14:48;
itatetemeshwa mtetemesho mkubwa (zilzala), 69:14; 73:14; 89:21; 99:1-6;
na mbingu zilikuwa zimeambatana, 21:30;
ni tandiko, 2:22; 43:10; 71:19; 78:6; 79:30; 88:20; 84:3;
tuitembee, 6:11; 22:46; 27:69; 29:20-22; 30:9, 42; 35:44; 40:21, 82; 47:10;
ya Mwenyezi Mungu ina wasaa, 4:97; 29:56; 67:15.
Asr, S. 103.
Ayyubu, 4:163; 6:84; 21:83-84; 38:41-44.
Aziz, (cheo cha waziri), 12:30;
(sifa ya Mwenyezi Mungu), 22:40.
Badr, (vita), 3:13;
mafundisho ya, 8:5-19, 42-48.
Bahari - tazama Maji.
Bakka - tazama Makka.
Balad, S. 90.
Bani Israil, S. 17.
Banu Nadhiri, kabila ya kiyahudi, 59:2-6.
Baqarah, S. 2.
Baragumu - tazama Parapanda.
Bayyinah, S. 98.
Biashara, isiododa (isiobwaga), 35:29;
kuridhiana na kusiwe na batili, 4:29.
Binaadamu - tazama Mwanaadamu.
Buruj, S. 85.
Buruji (nyota), 15:16; 85:1;
Piya tazama Nyota.
Chakula - tazama Vyakula na Kula.
Daftari, atakayepewa kwa nyuma ya mgongo wake, 84:10-15;
lenye maandishi ya watu waovu, 69:25; 83:7-9;
lenye maandishi ya watu wema, 69:19; 83:18-21;
linalohifadhi kila kitu, 50:4.
Dahari, siri, miujiza na wakati ulivyopita na vitendo vyake, 76:1.
Dahr, S. 76.
Dalili za Mwenyezi Mungu - tazama Ishara.
Daraja, ni sawa na vitendo, 6:132.
Daudi, 6:84; 21:78-80; 34:10-11; 38:17-26;
alimuua Jaluti, 2:251.
Deni, kuandikiana tunapokopeshana, 2:282.
Dhambi, 4:36-39, 107-112; 7:100-102; 74:43-48;
miji iliangamizwa kwa ajili yake, 7:4-5; 77:16-19;
mizizi ya waliodhulumu ilikatwa, 6:45;
mwenye nazo atatamani kujikomboa, 10:54;
Mwenyezi Mungu husamehe dhambi zote, 39:53;
Mwenyezi Mungu hasamehi kushirikishwa, 4:116;
tukijiepusha na kubwa tutasamehewa ndogo, 4:30-32;
wanaotii si sawa na waasi, 68:35-41;
wanaozichuma watalipwa, 6:120;
wenye kufanya hawafaulu, 10:17.
Dhambi, Wafanyaji, 23:63-77; 26:200-209; 83:29-36; 85:3;
viungo vyao vitatoa ushahidi, 36:65; 41:20-23.
Dhana, upelelezi na usengenyaji, 49:12; 104:1.
Dhihaar (talaka ya wakati wa ujahiliya), 33:4; 58:2-4.
Dhihirisho la Mwenyezi Mungu, 3:154; 34:21.
Dhiki, baada yake faraji, 94:5-6.
Dhuhaa, S. 93.
Dhul-Kifli, 21:85; 38:48.
Dhun-nun, 21:87.
Dini, haina mambo mazito, 22:78;
hakuna kulazimishwa, 2:256;
inawafikiana na umbo la binadamu, 30:30;
moja kwa mitume wote, 42:13-15;
ni mila ya baba yetu Ibrahimu, 22:78;
ni sharia ya amri ya Mwenyezi Mungu, 45:18;
si dasturi za baba zetu, 43:22-24;
si mchezo wala upuzi, 6:70;
tumekamilishiwa, 5:3;
tusiwe makundi makundi, 6:159; 30:32;
uislamu ni dini ya haki, 3:19-20, 83-84;
watu wa kitabu wanaonywa, 4:171; 5:77-81.
Dua - tazama Maombi na Sala.
Dukhan, S. 44.
Dume na jike, katika kila kitu, 13:3; 31:10; 36:36; 42:11; 43:12; 51:49; 53:45.
Dunia, aitakae atalipwa lakini akhera ataadhibiwa, 11:15-17; 17:18; 42:20;
maisha yake si bora kuliko ya akhera, 9:38-39; 13:26; 28:60-61;
maisha yake ni mchezo na upuuzi, 6:32; 29:64; 47:36; 57:20;
mwanaadamu anayapenda maisha yake, 75:20-21; 76:27;
wabaya wanadanganyika na maisha yake, 6:130.
Eda, 2:228, 231-232, 234-235; 33:49; 65:4, 6-7;
Piya tazama Ndoa na Talaka.
Fadhila za Mwenyezi Mungu, ameanzisha viumbe, atavirudisha na anaturuzuku, 27:64;
ameitandaza ardhi na matunda na vyakula, 55:10-12;
ametueneza katika ardhi, 23:79;
ameumba dume na jike, 43:12; 51:49;
anahuisha na anafisha, 3:156; 6:95; 10:31, 56; 15:23; 22:6;
anateremsha mvua na kuhuisha ardhi, 29:63;
anatuendesha katika bara na bahari, 10:22;
anatuongoza njia, 1:6-7; 93:7;
anawajibu wanaoamini na kutenda mema, 42:26-28;
anawaruzuku wanaadamu na wanyama, 29:60-62;
ardhi, maji, malisho na milima, 79:30-33;
ardhi na mbingu, 41:10-12; 51:47-48;
bahari na marikebu, 16:14; 17:66;
bahari mbili zenye kizuizi baina yao, 25:53; 27:61; 55:19-20;
fakiri anatajirishwa, 93:8;
haki, 6:62; 10:30, 32; 20:114; 31:30; 57:4;
hazihisabiki, 14:34; 16:18;
kamuumba binaadamu na kumfundisha kunena, 55:3-4;
kazijenga mbingu na kazitengeneza, 79:27-28;
kivuli na jua, 25:45-46;
kizazi na viungo, 16:77-78; 23:78;
kufufua ardhi, nafaka, matunda na chemchem, 36:33-35;
kuhisabiwa kwa wanaadamu na majini, 55:31;
kumjibu aliyedhikika, 27:62;
kuondolewa mzigo, 94:2-3;
kuongozwa katika giza na pepo (Upepo), 27:63;
kupanuliwa kifua, 94:1;
kupokea toba na kusamehe, 42:25;
kuumbwa kwa mbingu na ardhi ni vilivyomo ndani yake, 27:60-61; 31:10;
lulu na marijani, 55:22;
maji safi yatiririkayo, 67:30;
majumba, vifaa vinavyotokamana na wanyama, nguo, 16:80-81;
marikebu na wanyama, 43:12-13;
mawaidha, poza, uwongofu, rehema, 10:57;
mbingu na ardhi, mvua na uhai, 43:9-11;
milima, mito, mabarabara, 16:15-16;
miti na matunda, 6:141;
mvua, mimea na matunda, 16:10-11;
neema kutoka mbinguni na ardhini, 14:32-33; 23:17-22;
nyuki, 16:68-69;
pepo (upepo) na mvua, 25:48-50;
rehema baada ya shida, 10:21;
rehema anayoifungua hakuna wa kuizuia, 35:2-3;
rehema anayoizuia hakuna wa kuipeleka mbele, 35:2-3;
tumefadhilishwa mbalimbali, 16:71-73;
uadilifu, 55:7-9;
umbo la mwanaadamu, nasaba na ndoa, 25:54;
usiku na mchana, jua, mwezi na nyota, 16:12-13;
usiku, usingizi na mchana, 25:47;
usiku na mchana, 79:29;
utajo unatukuzwa, 94:4;
vimetiishwa vilivyomo ardhini, baharini na mbinguni, 22:65; 31:20; 36:71-73; 45:12-13;
viumbe vinamuomba yeye, 55:29;
vyombo vya baharini, 55:24;
wanyama, 6:142;
wanyama na matunda, 16:66-67;
wanyama na tusivyovijua, 16:5-8;
yatima anapewa makazi mazuri, 93:6.
Fajr, S. 89.
Falaq, S. 113.
Fat-H, S. 48.
Fatiha, S. 1.
Fatir, S. 35.
Fidia, ya waliokufuru haitakubaliwa, 3:91; 10:54; 13:18.
Firauni, alikufuru, 69:9; 73:16; 85:17-20; 89:10-14;
alikuwa jeuri kwa mayahudi, 44:17-33;
alizamishwa, 2:50; 10:90;
anajadiliana na Musa, 7:103-137; 10:75-92;
anajiita mungu, 28:38; 79:24;
mkewe mwislamu mwema, 66:11;
mmoja wa watu wake alikuwa muislamu, 40:28-44;
mwili wake unahifadhiwa, 10:90-92;
ujahili wa zama zake, 2:49;
watu wake, 54:41-42.
Funguo za mbingu na ardhi, 39:63; 42:12.
Furqan, S. 25.
Fyl, S. 105.
Ghashiyah, S. 88.
Haa Mym Sajdah, S. 41.
Habari, zipelekwe kwa wapelelezi, 4:83.
Hadhari, juu ya maadui zetu, 4:71.
Hadid, S. 57.
Hafsa, 66:4.
Hajj, S. 22.
Haki, 23:70-71, 90;
Piya tazama Uadilifu.
Hamana, 28:6, 8, 38; 29:39; 40:36-37.
Handaki (vita), 33:9-20.
Handaki, watu wa handakini, 25:38; 50:12.
Haqqah, S. 69.
Haruni, 6:84; 20:29-36, 90-94; 37:114-122.
Haruta, 2:102.
Hasara (ya nafsi), 39:15.
Hija, 2:158, 196-203; 3:92; 5:2; 22:26-33.
Hijr, S. 15.
Hijri, wakazi wake, 15:80-85.
Hitilafu (Tofauti), irudishwe kwa Mwenyezi Mungu na Mtume, 4:59; 42:10.
Hoja, waliokufuru na washirikina hawaamini mpaka ziwajie, 98:1-6.
Hoja za Mwenyezi Mungu - tazama Ishara.
Hud, S. 11.
Hudi, 7:65-72; 11:50-60; 26:123-140; 46:21-26.
Hujurat, S. 49.
Humazah, S. 104.
Huneyni, 9:25-26.
Hurilaini, wanawake wa peponi, 44:54; 52:20.
Ibada, tumuabudu Mwenyezi Mungu pekee, 11:123.
Iblisi, 2:34; 7:11-18; 15:31-44; 17:61-65; 18:50; 20:116-123; 38:71-85;
Piya tazama Shetani.
Ibrahim, S. 14.
Ibrahim, aliitekeleza amri ya Mwenyezi Mungu, 2:124;
anaamrishwa kumchinja mwanawe, 37:99-111;
anabishana na aliyekufuru, 2:258;
anabishana na baba yake dhidi ya kuabudu masanamu, 6:74; 19:41-50;
anabishana na kaumu yake dhidi ya masanamu, 21:51-71; 26:69-82;
anaikanya kaumu yake dhidi ya masanamu, 29:16-18, 24-25;
anakataa kuwa mshirikina, 6:75-79;
anamuombea msamaha baba yake, 9:113-114; 26:86;
anawaombea watu wa Luti wasiangamizwe, 11:74-76;
anawapa watu wake mauidha, 6:80-83;
anayakinisha kufufuliwa, 2:260;
dhidi ya uwongo wa kaumu yake, 37:83-98;
dua yake, 14:35-41; 26:83-87;
hakuwa mshirikina, 3:95;
hakuwa myahudi wala mkristo, 3:67;
kitabu chake, 53:37; 87:19;
malaika wanampa bishara ya kupata mtoto, 11:69-73; 15:51-56; 51:24-30;
mfano mwema, 16:120-123;
mila yake, 2:130, 135;
na makafiri, 60:4-6;
na Al-Kaaba, 2:125-127; 3:96-97;
na moto, 21:69.
Idhini, ya mwanaadamu, 81:28; 82:6-7;
ya Mwenyezi Mungu, 10:99-100; 30:5; 81:29; 82:8;
ya Mtume Muhammad, 24:62.
Idrisi, 19:56-57; 21:85.
Ijumaa, ubora wa sala ya siku hiyo, 62:9-11.
Ikhlas, S. 112.
Ilisha (Alyasaa), 6:86; 38:48.
Illiyyin (daftari la watu wazuri), 83:18-21.
Ilyasi, 6:85; 37:123-132.
Imani, alama zake, 2:165, 177, 285; 4:136;
inazidi kwa maneno ya makafiri, 3:173;
na uongofu, 5:69.
Imrani, na kizazi chake, 3:33-37.
Infitar, S. 82.
Injili, 5:47.
Inshiqaq, S. 84.
Iram (Adi Iram), kaumu ya Nabi Hudi, 89:7.
Is-haka, 6:84; 21:72; 37:112-113.
Isa, alibashiri kuja kwa mtume Muhammad, 61:6;
alipewa Injili, 5:46; 57:27;
anaomba chakula kutoka mbinguni, 5:114;
hakusema kuwa yeye na mamake ni waungu, 5:116-118;
hakusulubiwa, 4:157;
hakuwa ila ni mtume, 4:171; 5:75; 43:59;
ishara ya uwezo wa Mwenyezi Mungu, 23:50; 43:61;
kunyanyuliwa kwake, 3:55-58; 4:157-159;
maumbile yake kama Adam, 3:59;
mazazi yake, 3:45-47; 19:22-23;
mja mwema, 6:85;
mtume kwa mayahudi, 3:49-51;
neema na miujiza aliyopewa, 5:110; 19:30-33;
si Mwenyezi Mungu, 5:17, 75;
si mwana wa Mwenyezi Mungu, 9:30;
wafuasi walitiliwa upole na rehema nyoyoni mwao, 57:27;
wanafunzi wake, 3:52-53; 5:111-115;
wanafunzi wake walijisalimisha, 5:111.
Ishara za Mwenyezi Mungu, adhabu inawangoja wanaojivuna na kuzifanyia mzaha aya, 45:8-9;
anaviapia alivyoviumba, 89:105;
ardhi inahuishwa baada ya kuteremka mvua, 41:39-40; 45:5;
baadhi ya watu wanadhani ni simulizi za uwongo, 68:15;
katika enzi ya mfalme Taluti, 2:248;
katika maumbile, 6:95-99; 10:5-6; 30:20-27; 45:3-6;
katika ardhi, nafsi na mbingu, 51:20-23;
kuadhibiwa kwa wanaozikadhibisha aya, 3:11, 108;
kutoendelea kuleta miujiza, 6:109; 10:20; 13:7; 17:59; 21:5-6;
kuumbwa kwa mbingu na ardhi, 2:164; 3:190;
maji, 56:68-70;
makafiri wanazikanusha, 2:118;
malipo ya watakaozikadhibisha na kuzifanyia kiburi, 7:36-41, 146-147;
mauti, 56:60-62;
mbegu ya uzazi, 56:57-59;
mimea tunayoipanda, 56:63-67;
moto, 56:71-73;
nafsi itaomba kurejea tena duniani, 39:58-59;
ngamia, mbingu, milima na ardhi, 88:17-20;
pepo na majahazi, 30:46; 42:32-35; 31:31;
tumebainishiwa aya tupate kufikiri, 2:219-220;
ukweli utathibitika katika nchi za mbali na katika nafsi, 41:53;
usiku na mchana, 17:12;
usiku, jua na mwezi, 36:37-40;
uteremsho wa kitabu unatosha, 29:49-51;
waligeuzwa waliozikadhibisha aya, 40:63;
wanaokadhibisha ni viziwi, mabubwi na wamo gizani, 6:39;
wanaozikadhibisha wanavutwa kidogo kidogo katika adhabu, 7:182;
wanaozikadhibisha wanajidhulumu nafsi zao, 7:177;
waovu wanaachwa katika upotofu, 7:186;
waovu wanataka wapewe utume, 6:124;
wazee walichukuliwa katika majahazi, 36:41-44.
Isirafu, tusifanye, 6:141; 7:31.
Ismaili, 2:125-129; 6:86; 19:54-55; 21:85.
Israili (kizazi chake), Mayahudi, 2:40-86;
ahadi zao, 2:83-86, 93, 100; 5:12-13, 70;
chanzo cha kizazi, 29:27;
kiburi chao, 2:80, 88, 91;
uasi na ujuvi wao, 2:54-59, 61, 63-74; 5:71; 7:138-141;
uhusiano wao na waislamu, 2:75-79;
walifarikishwa makundi mbali mbali, 7:161-171;
wamepewa kitabu na maimamu, 32:23-25; 40:53-54;
wanakumbushwa neema, 2:47-53, 60, 122; 45:16-17;
wanaokolewa, 20:80-82;
wanaonywa mara mbili, 17:4-8;
wanapenda kuishi umri mrefu, 2:96;
wanataka wawekewe mfalme, 2:246-251;
wanavyuoni wao walisilimu, 26:197;
Piya tazama Mayahudi.
Jabali la Judi, 11:44.
Jahanamu, adhabu kutoka juu na chini, 29:55;
haibakishi wala haisazi, 74:26-29;
haitojaa, 50:30;
hakuna kufa, 14:17;
hakuna kufa wala kuishi, 20:74; 87:13;
ina milango saba, 15:44;
inafoka, 67:6-8;
itadhihirishwa, 89:23-26;
itajazwa majini na binaadamu, 11:119;
itaonyeshwa kwa kila aonaye, 79:35-39;
juu yake wako kumi na tisa, 74:30-31;
kila ngozi ziivapo zitabadilishwa, 4:56;
kinywaji chake ni usaha na maji ya moto, 14:16-17; 38:55-58;
kutomuamini Mwenyezi Mungu na kutohimiza kulisha maskini, 69:30-37;
kwa walioahidiwa, 36:63;
kwa walioifanya dini ni upuzi na mchezi, 7:51;
maasi wamejidhulumu wenyewe, 43:74-76;
makazi ya wanaotakabari, 39:71-72;
maovu yanatia kutu juu ya nyoyo, 83:14-16;
moto mkali wenye hasira na mngurumo, 25:11-12;
mti wa zakkum na maji ya moto, 37:62-67; 44:43-48; 56:52-55;
nguo za moto, maji yachemkayo na marungu ya chuma, 22:19-22;
nguo za wakosa zitakuwa za lami, 14:49-50;
ni ya milele (?), 6:128; 11:107;
nyuso zitadhalilika na chakula ni cha miba, 88:2-7;
sote tutaifikia, 19:71; 102:6;
upepo wa moto, maji yachemkayo na kivuli cha moshi mweusi, 56:42-44;
waasi watakaa humo dahari nyingi, 78:21-25;
wakosa watapewa daftari mkono wa kushoto, 69:25-29;
waongo na waharibifu, 2:9-11;
waovu watafungwa na watayaita mauti, 25:13-14;
waovu watarudishwa kila watakapotaka kutoka, 32:20;
waovu watakokotwa kwa nywele za utosi, 96:15-18;
waovu watabishana, 40:47-50;
waovu wanaikadhibisha, 55:43-44;
waovu watajulikana kwa alama zao, 55:41;
wasengenyaji na mabaghili, 104:1-9;
wingi wala majivuno havisaidii, 7:48.
Jahazi - tazama Marikebu.
Jaluti, 2:249-251.
Jamaa, tuwafanyie wema (haki), 2:83, 177; 4:7-9, 36; 8:41; 16:90; 17:26; 24:22; 42:23.
Jathiyah, S. 45.
Jaza, bila hisabu, 3:27; 39:10;
bora kwa anayefanya wema, 28:84; 30:39;
ya ihsani ni ihsani, 55:60;
ya wema, 24:38; 29:7; 39:35.
Jibril, 2:97, 98; 26:193; 66:4; 81:19-21, 23.
Jihadi - tazama Kupigana na Jitihada.
Jinn, S. 72.
Jitihada, 9:20, 81; 22:78; 25:52; 29:64; 61:11.
Jozi - tazama Dume na jike.
Jua, 7:54; 85:1;
Mwenyezi Mungu analiapia, 91:1.
Judi (jabali), 11:44.
Jumamosi, adhabu ya kuvunja taadhima yake, 16:124;
waliovunja sheria waligeuzwa manyani, 7:163-166;
Jumua, S. 62.
Kaaba, humo tusiue mawindo, 5:94-96;
imejengwa na Ibrahimu, 2:125-127;
tengenezo la watu (usalama), 5:97;
washirikina wasiikaribie, 9:28;
Piya tazama Msikiti Mtukufu.
Kafirun, S. 109.
Kafuri, kinywaji kilichotanganyika nao, 76:5-6.
Kahf, S. 18.
Kalamu, 68:1; 96:4-5.
Kamari, 2:219; 5:90.
Karuni, 28:76-82; 29:39-40.
Kaula (usemi), wa mwanamke anayeitwa mama, 58:1-4; 33:4.
Kawthar, S. 108.
Khabari njema, 2:25; 5:19; 16:89; 48:8. n.k.
Khazina za Mwenyezi Mungu, 6:50, 59; 11:31; 15:21.
Khitilafu - tazama Hitilafu.
Khofu, inavyoathiri, 2:74;
na wanaotoa mali zao, 2:262, 274;
na watakaofuata uwongozi, 2:38;
na wanaoelekeza nyuso zao kwa Mwenyezi Mungu, 2:112;
na ishara za Mwenyezi Mungu, 17:59;
na waja wazuri, 43:68;
na vipenzi vya Mwenyezi Mungu, 10:62;
na walioamini na kufanya vitendo vizuri, 2:62, 277; 5:69; 6:48; 7:35;
na kuamini na kutengenea, 46:13;
tunahofishwa na moto, 39:16.
Kiama, baadhi ya nyuso zitang'ara na nyengine zitakunjana, 75:22-30;
habari kuu, 78:1-5;
ilimu yake iko kwa Mwenyezi Mungu, 33:63; 67:26; 79:42-46;
kama kupepesa jicho, 16:77; 54:50;
kinakaribia, 54:1-5; 78:40;
kitatufikia kwa ghafula, 7:187; 36:48-50;
kwa yakini kitakuja, 6:51, 128; 34:3-5; 40:59; 51:5-6, 12-14; 52:7-10; 56:1-7; 64:7-10; 95:7;
tutagawanywa makundi matatu, 56:7-56;
walioko mbele kabisa katika kheri, 56:10-26;
wanaokikadhibisha, 107:1-7;
watu wa kheri, 56:27-40;
watu wa shari, 56:41-56;
Piya tazama Kufufuliwa.
Kiama (siku yake), ardhi itatoa mizigo na habari zake, 99:1-8;
ardhi itang'ara kwa nuru ya Mola wake, 39:69-70;
ardhi itabadilishwa, tutakusanywa na wabaya wataogopa, 18:47-49;
dhalimu atajuta, 25:27-30;
haitakuwa nyepesi kwa makafiri, 74:8-10;
hakuna atakayeizuia na waikadhibishao wataadhibiwa, 52:7-26;
hakutakuwa na ujamaa, 23:101-104;
hasara kwa wabaya, 64:9-10;
hatutasikia ila mchakato tu wa miguu, 20:108;
hautafaa uombezi ila wa anayeruhusiwa na Mwenyezi Mungu, 20:109;
hila za waovu hazitawafaa, 52:45-47;
imewekewa wakati maalumu, 78:17-20;
itawafanya watoto kuwa wenye kutoka mvi, 73:17-18;
kila mtu atamkimbia mwenziwe, 80:33-42;
kila nafsi italipwa iliyotenda, 36:51-54; 39:69-70;
kutawekwa mizani za uadilifu, 21:47;
litapulizwa baragumu na jahanamu itadhihirishwa, 18:99-101;
macho ya waovu yatainama na unyonge utawafunika, 70:43-44;
madhalimu hawatakuwa na rafiki, 40:18-20;
madhalimu chakula chao ni mti wa zakkum, 37:62-68;
makundi ya waovu yaliohitalifiana, 19:37-39;
malaika watateremshwa kwa wingi, 25:25-26;
malaika wa namna nane watachukua kiti cha enzi cha Mola, 69:17;
malipo, 30:14-16;
marafiki waovu watakuwa maadui wao kwa wao, isipokuwa wema; 43:66-67;
matukio yake, 81:1-14; 82:1-5; 84:1-15;
mbingu zitakunjwa kama mkunjo wa karatasi, 21:104;
mkosa atatamani kujikomboa, 70:8-18;
muitaji atawaita waovu katika jambo zito, 54:6-8;
muovu atafufuliwa hali ya kuwa kipofu, 20:124-127;
muovu atayaita mauti, 84:10-11;
Mwenyezi Mungu hatosemezana na waliozikadhibisha aya zake, 23:105-111;
nafsi yenye kutua itaridhika, 89:21-30;
nafsi haitaimilikia nafsi nyengine chochote; 82:17-19;
nyota zitafutwa nuru yake na mitume watakusanywa, 77:7-15;
nyoyo zitapigapiga na macho yatainamia chini, 79:6-9;
nyuso nyengine zitadhalilika na nyengine zitamemetuka, 88:1-16;
ole wao siku hiyo hao wanaoikadhibisha, 77:29-50;
siri zitadhihirishwa, 86:9-10;
tutakuwa kama tuliolewa, 22:1-2;
tutakuwa katika ardhi mpya, 79:13-14;
tutapewa ujira kamili, 3:185;
ufalme wa haki utakuwa wa Mwingi wa Rehema, 25:25-26;
waliokufuru macho yao yatakodoka, 21:97-103;
waliomo mbinguni na ardhini watamfikia Mwenyezi Mungu, 27:83-90; 39:67-68;
waovu hawataweza kusujudu, 68:42-43;
waovu wataadhibiwa kwa kukataa haki, 37:35-39;
waovu hawatakuwa na waombezi, 30:12-13;
waovu watajulikana kwa alama zao, 55:35-44;
waovu watadhania waliishi muda mdogo, 20:102-104; 23:112-115;
waovu wataikubali, 37:20-21;
waovu watayaona wanayoahidiwa, 72:24-25;
waovu wataangamia na wema wataingizwa katika rehema, 45:27-35; 69:13-37;
wapotevu waliofuata nyayo za baba zao, 37:69-74;
wapotofu hawatanusuriana, 37:24-34;
washirikina na washirikishwa watakusanywa pamoja, 37:22-23;
washirikishwa wataulizwa kuhusu washirikina, 25:17-19;
watakaojitenga na mauidha watabeba mizigo, 20:100-101;
watu wa peponi watakuwa katika neema, 36:55-58;
watu wema hawatakuwa na khofu, 20:112;
watu wema watakuwa katika neema kubwa, 37:40-61;
watu watakuwa kama madumadu, 101:1-11;
wema hawatakuwa na hofu wala huzuni, 43:68-69;
yatadhihirishwa yaliomo vifuani, 100:9-11;
zitasimama roho na malaika safu safu, 78:38-40.
Kibla, 2:142-145, 149-150.
Kichakani, watu wake, 15:78; 26:176-191.
Kipambanuzi, baina ya haki na batili, 2:53; 8:29; 21:48-50; 25:1.
Kipimo, kwa mizani zilizo sawa, 17:35; 55:7-9; 83:1-3.
Kisasi, kusamehe ni bora, 5:45.
Kitabu, asili (msingi) wa hukumu, 3:7; 13:39; 43:4;
chenye hikima, 31:2;
kila muda uliteremshiwa chake, 13:38;
kilichotukuka, 43:4;
kimeteremka kwa lugha ya kiarabu, 43:3;
kimeteremshwa usiku uliobarikiwa, 44:3-4;
kina aya nyepesi na zakubabaisha, 3:7;
kisichokuwa na shaka na ni uwongozi, 2:2; 32:2-3;
kisomwe kama ipasavyo, 2:121;
Mwenyezi Mungu anakiapia, 38:1; 43:2;
ni nuru na ni uwongozi, 5:15-16;
ni uteremsho wa Mwenyezi Mungu,46:2;
Piya tazama Qurani na Wahyi.
Kitabu, watu wa (kitabu), 2:159-160; 3:64-80, 98-99, 113-115, 187, 199; 4:47, 153-161;
unafiki wao, 5:61-63;
wanatahayarishwa, 5:59-60, 68;
wanabainishiwa mtume, 5:15, 19;
wangalisamehewa lau wangaliamini na kumcha Mwenyezi Mungu, 5:65-66;
wanafahamu lakini baadhi yao hawaamini, 6:20.
Kivuli, kimetandazwa, 25:45.
Kizuizi (Barzakh), 23:100; 25:53; 55:20.
Kuabudu matamanio, 25:43.
Kuakhirishiwa adhabu, 3:178; 10:11; 12:110; 14:42-44; 29:53-55; 86:15-17.
Kuandikiana, tunapokopeshana, 2:282.
Kuangamia, kwa wale waliowaadhibu waislamu, 85:1-11.
Kuchinja, kanuni zake, 22:34-37.
Kuchuma, kwa nafsi, 31:34.
Kudhania, kupeleleza na kusengenya, 49:12; 104:1.
Kufufuliwa, 16:38-40; 17:49-52; 19:66-72; 22:5; 46:33-34; 50:3, 20-29, 41-44; 75:1-15; 79:10-12; 86:5-8;
Piya tazama Kiama.
Kufuzu, 87:14-15; 91:9-10.
Kugawanya, ngawira, 8:41; 59:7-8;
urathi, 4:11-12, 176;
zaka, 2:177.
Kuhifadhi na kutoa siri, 4:148.
Kujitolea (Hiari), kwa njia ya Mwenyezi Mungu, 4:70-80;
pasi na kushurutishwa, 6:107; 10:99;
kuamini na kukufuru, 18:29;
apendapo Mwenyezi Mungu, 74:56; 76:29-31; 81:28-29.
Kujitwahirisha, 4:43; 5:6.
Kukengeuka, baada ya uitifaki, 4:89-91.
Kukufuru, kusema Mwenyezi Mungu amejifanyia mtoto, 19:88-92.
Kula starehe, 5:66; 13:35.
Kula, kulikokatazwa, 2:173; 5:3; 6:121, 145;
kwa furaha, 5:66; 77:43, 46;
na kunywa pasi na israfu, 7:31;
na kunywa wakati wa saumu, 2:187;
nyama halali, 6:118-119;
vya halali na vizuri, 5:4-5, 88; 2:168, 172;
Piya tazama Vyakula.
Kumcha Mwenyezi Mungu, japo humuoni, 67:12;
(malipo yake), 98:8;
kama ipasavyo, 3:102;
na adhabu yake, 70:27;
Qurani ni uwongozi wake, 2:2;
uwongofu, 47:17;
wanausiwa waliopewa kitabu na waislamu, 4:131;
yeye pekee, 74:56;
Piya tazama Taqwa.
Kumkumbuka Mwenyezi Mungu, 63:9.
Kuoa - tazama Ndoa.
Kupeleleza, kudhania na kusengenya, 49:12; 104:1.
Kupigana, amri kwa wenye maradhi katika nyoyo zao, 47:20;
katika miezi mitakatifu, 2:194, 217;
katika njia ya Mwenyezi Mungu, 2:190-193, 244; 4:84;
kumelazimishwa, 2:216;
kumeruhusiwa kwa wale waliodhulumiwa, 22:39-41;
kuwaokoa wale walio dhaifu, 4:74-76;
kwa mali zao na nafsi zao, 9:20;
kwa Banii Israili, 2:246-251;
muislamu mmoja kwa makafiri kumi, 8:65;
na wasioamini mpaka watoe kodi, 9:29;
na washirikina, 9:5-6, 36;
na makafiri mpaka yasiweko mateso, 8:39;
na waliovunja ahadi, 9:12-16;
na wasiokuwa na lawama, 48:17;
na kuchukua mateka, 47:4;
na makafiri walio karibu, 9:123.
Kupindukia mipaka, Israfu, 7:31;
kuharamisha vilivyohalalishwa, 5:87;
katika jihadi, 2:190;
katika dini, 4:171; 5:77-81;
Kurasa (za Qurani) zimetakaswa, 98:2.
Kurithi - tazama Urithi.
Kusamehewa - tazama Msamaha.
Kusengenya, kudhania na kupeleleza, 49:12; 104:1; 68:10-13.
Kushauriana, 42:38.
Kushawishiwa, na shetani, 41:36.
Kutoa, katika njia za kheri, 2:245; 57:11, 18; 64:17; 73:20.
Kuua, 2:178-179; 5:32.
kwa kukosea au kukusudia, 4:92-93;
tusiue watoto kwa kuogopa umasikini, 17:31;
tusiue nafsi iliyokatazwa, 17:33.
"Kuwa" nalo huwa, 2:117; 6:73; 16:40; 36:82; 40:68; 54:50.
Lahab, S. 111.
Lata (sanamu), 53:19-23.
Lawhin Mahfuudh - tazama Ubao.
Layl, S. 92.
Lugha, na rangi zetu zinahitalifiana, 30:22;
za mitume katika kaumu zao, 14:4.
Lulu, 52:24; 55:22; 56:23.
Luqman, S. 31.
Luqmani, mafundisho yake, 31:12-19.
Luti, 6:86; 7:80-84; 11:77-83; 15:57-77; 21:74-75; 26:160-175; 27:54-58; 29:26, 28-35; 37:133-138; 51:31-37; 54:33-39;
mkewe alikuwa mchafu, 7:83; 11:81; 15:60; 66:10.
Ma'arij, S. 70.
Maamkio, 4:86.
Mabedui (watu wa jangwani), 9:90-99, 101-106; 48:11-12, 16; 49:14.
Mabishano na watu wa Kitabu, 29:46.
Machafu, Mwenyezi Mungu hayaamrishi, 7:28.
Madhalimu, 11:18-22, 101-104, 116-117; 39:47.
Madina, 33:9-27.
Madyan (watu), 7:85-93; 11:84-95; 29:36-37.
Mahari, 2:229, 236-237; 4:4, 19-21, 25.
Maidah, S. 5.
Maisha ya dunia, mchezo na upuzi, 6:32; 57:20.
Majaribio, 2:214-218.
Majeshi ya makafiri, 33:9-20, 22-27.
Maji, arshi ya Mwenyezi Mungu ilikuwa juu yake, 11:7;
kila kilicho hai kimeumbwa kwayo, 21:30; 24:45; 25:54;
maungano ya bahari mbili, 18:60; 25:53; 35:12; 55:19-20;
mzunguko wake, 23:18.
Majina, Mwenyezi Mungu ana majina mazuri, 7:180; 17:110; 20:8; 59:22-24.
Majini, 72:1-15;
si washirika wa Mwenyezi Mungu, 6:100;
waliumbwa kabla ya wanaadamu, 15:27;
wameumbwa kwa moto, 15:27; 55:15;
wanaabudiwa, 34:41;
wanalinganiwa kufuata Qurani, 46:29-32.
Majusi, 22:17.
Makasisi na watawa wanafanywa miungu, 9:31, 34.
Makka, 3:96.
mji wa amani, 95:3;
uhusiano wake na Mtume, 90:1-4.
Makumbusho, 87:9-13; 88:21-26.
Makureshi, wanalinganiwa, 106:1-4.
Malaika, hawateremshwi ila kwa haki, 15:7-8;
huitwa majina ya kike na wasioamini akhera, 53:27;
huteremshwa kuwaonya viumbe, 16:2;
Jibril na Mikaili, 2:97-98;
katika nyakati za kutoa roho, 79:1-5;
kwenye siku ya hukumu, 25:25;
na wenye makosa, 25:21-22;
na roho hupanda kwa Mwenyezi Mungu, 70:4;
si wanawake, 37:150; 43:19;
wa jahanamu (Malik), 43:77-78;
wajumbe wenye mbawa, 35:1;
walioteremshiwa Uganga (Haruta na Maruta), 2:102;
wanamtaradhia Mwenyezi Mungu, 2:30-34;
wanaoandika kila kitu, 50:17-18;
wanawaombea msamaha walio katika ardhi, 42:5;
wanawatunza watu, 82:10-12.
Mali, tusiwe mabakhili, 47:38; 104:2-3;
igawanywe ipasavyo, 59:7-9;
tusiliane, 2:188; 4:5, 29.
Malipo, kila mtu atalipwa alichokichuma, 52:21; 74:38;
ya wanaopigana na Mwenyezi Mungu na Mtume, 5:33-34;
ya mwizi, 5:38-39;
ya mzinifu, 24:2;
ya wanaowasingizia wanawake watahirifu, 24:4.
Manasara (Wakristo), 2:138-140; 5:14;
waliojisalimisha, 28:53-54; 29:47;
wanaoupenda uislamu, 5:82-85;
Manata (sanamu), 53:20.
Maombi, 1:1-7; 3:8-9, 26-27, 147, 191-194; 17:24, 78-81; 20:25-28; 23:118;
kwa Mwenyezi Mungu pekee, 13:14-15;
tusiwaombee msamaha washirikina, 9:113-114;
piya tazama sala.
Maonyo, 39:16;
kabla ya maangamizo, 17:16;
Maradhi, ndani ya nyoyo za wanafiki na makafiri, 2:10; 5:52; 8:49; 9:125; 22:53; 24:50;
33:12, 32, 60; 47:20, 29; 74:31.
Marikebu, zinapita baharini kwa amri ya Mwenyezi Mungu, 2:164; 14:32; 16:14; 17:66; 22:65; 31:31; 35:12; 42:32-33; 45:12; 55:24.
Maringo, Mwenyezi Mungu hawapendi wenyenayo, 31:18.
Maruta, 2:102.
Maryam, S. 19.
Maryamu, alijihifadhi nafsi yake, 21:91; 66:12;
alimpeleka mwanawe kwa jamaa zake, 19:27-33;
alipozaa, 19:23-26;
alipozaliwa, 3:35-37;
anabashiriwa kumzaa Nabii Isa, 3:42-51; 4:156; 19:16-21.
Masalih (watu wema), miongoni mwa walioneemeshwa, 4:69;
sifa zao, 13:19-22; 51:15-19; 76:5-12;
warithi wa ardhi, 21:105;
watahuishwa maisha mema, 16:97;
watakuwa juu ya makafiri, 2:212;
wataondoshewa bughudha vifuani mwao, 7:42-43;
watiifu watakuwa pamoja nao, 4:69;
Piya tazama Utawa.
Mashahidi, juu ya watu, 2:143; 22:78;
mwenye kushuhudia na kishuhudiwacho, 85:3.
Mashahidi, si wafu bali wahai, 2:154; 3:169;
wanapata msamaha na rehema, 3:157-158;
wanashangilia neema na fadhila, 3:170-171;
wataruzukiwa riziki njema, 22:58-59.
Matamanio, kuabudu, 25:43.
Mateka, 8:67-71.
Matendo, yaliyoharamishwa, 6:151-152; 7:33.
Mateso, 7:94-96.
Matukano, tusiwatukane washirikina, 6:108.
Matunda, ya peponi, 43:73; 47:15; 77:42-43.
Maumbile, kila kitu kinamtukuza Mwenyezi Mungu, 24:41-44; 57:1; 59:1; 61:1;
yanadhihirisha ahadi ya Mwenyezi Mungu, 78:6-16.
Maun, S. 107.
Mauti, hayaepukiki, 3:185; 4:78;
kila nafsi itaonja, 3:185; 21:35; 29:57;
matukio yake, 56:83-87; 75:26-29;
mkosa hatakufa motoni wala hatakuwa hai, 14:17; 20:74; 87:13;
na kufufuliwa kwa umbo jengine, 56:60-61;
ni amri ya Mwenyezi Mungu, 3:145;
si mwisho wa kila kitu, 45:24-26;
wanateseka waliokufuru watolewapo roho, 8:50-54;
waovu watakanusha vitendo vyao, 16:28-29;
wapenzi wa Mwenyezi Mungu wayatamani, 62:6-8;
watakaofufuliwa makafiri, 6:36;
ya kwanza, 37:59;
ya wanaomcha Mwenyezi Mungu, 16:30-32;
yatawahangaisha madhalimu, 6:93-94.
Mawindo, tusiue katika Hija au Umra, 5:94-96.
Mayahudi, baadhi yao walisilimu, 26:197; 28:52-54; 29:47;
maadui wakubwa wa Waislamu, 5:82;
na Manasara, 2:140; 4:153-161, 171; 5:18;
wamelaaniwa, 5:64;
wanavyuoni wao wakiwadanganya, 5:41-42;
Piya tazama Israili (kizazi chake).
Mayatima, 2:220; 4:2, 6, 9-10, 127; 17:34.
Mazungumzo maovu, tuepukane nao (wenye kuzungumza maovu), 6:68.
Mbingu saba, 2:29; 23:17; 65:12; 67:3; 71:15.
Mbingu, ardhi na milima, ilidhihirishiwa amri na makatazo kabla ya mwanaadamu, 33:72-73;
na ardhi zilikuwa zimeambatana, 21:30.
Mezi, idadi yake, 9:36-37.
Mfano Wa, anayemwita asiyesikia, 2:171;
bubu na anayeamrisha uadilifu, 16:76;
buibui, 29:41;
bustani yenye rutuba, 2:265-266;
bwana mmoja na mabwana washirika, 39:29;
giza, 24:40;
jabali lenye udongo juu yake, 2:264;
jivu linalopeperushwa, 14:18;
kamba, 3:103;
maisha ya dunia, 18:45-46;
maji yaliyozama, 67:30;
mazigazi (Mangati), 24:39;
mbwa anayehema, 7:176;
mji uliokufa, 2:259;
mji uliyoneemeshwa, 16:112-113;
mlima unavyonyenyekea, 59:21;
mmea uliotoa matawi yake, 48:29;
mshirikina, 22:31;
msingi ulio ukingoni mwa shimo, 9:109-110;
mti mbaya, 14:26;
mti mzuri, 14:24-25;
mtumwa na aliyeruzukiwa, 16:75;
mvua, 10:24;
mvua yenye kiza, radi na umeme, 2:19-20;
mvua inayowafurahisa wakulima, 57:20;
mwanamke aliyeukata uzi wake vipande vipande, 16:92;
mwenye upofu na uziwi, 11:24;f
nuru ya Mwenyezi Mungu, 24:35-36;
nzi, 22:73;
pepo, 13:35;
punda, 62:5;
punje moja, 2:261;
upepo wenye baridi kali, 3:117;
wakazi wa mji, 36:13-32;
wasafiri waliokoka moto, 2:17-18;
washirika, 30:28;
watu wawili, 18:32-44;
wenye shamba, 68:17-33.
Mghafala, katika kutafuta wingi, 102:1-4.
Miba, chakula cha motoni, 88:6.
Migomba, 56:29.
Miiraji, 17:1.
Miji iliyopinduliwa, 69:9.
Mikono na miguu itatoa ushahidi, 36:65.
Mikunazi, 34:16; 53:14-18; 56:28.
Mikusanyiko, siku ya ijumaa, 62:9.
Milima, inathubutu ardhi isiyumbeyumbe, 21:31; 31:10;
ingalinyenyekea kwa uteremsho wa Qurani, 59:21;
itavunjwavunjwa siku ya kiama, 20:105-107; 73:14; 101:5;
ni vigingi, 78:7.
Mimea, Mwenyezi Mungu anayaotesha, 56:63-67.
Misikiti, iamirishwe na waumini, 9:17-19.
Mitume, 2:253;
hawafanyi khiyana, 3:161;
mashahidi kwa umma zao, 16:89;
mmoja baada ya mwengine, 3:33-34; 4:163-165; 5:19; 6:84-90; 23:23-50; 57:26-27;
mtume tofauti na nabii, 19:51;
tumesimuliwa baadhi yao tu, 40:78;
tuwaamini wote, 4:150-152;
umma mmoja, 23:52-54
walifanyiwa stihzai, 6:10; 13:32; 15:11; 21:41;
walifukuzwa na kutishwa, 14:13;
walikadhibishwa, 3:184; 6:34; 25:37; 34:45; 51:52-55;
walikuwa na maadui, 6:112; 25:31;
walikuwa na wake na watoto, 13:38;
walitumwa kwa kila umma, 10:47; 16:36;
waliuawa, 3:183;
wamechukuliwa ahadi na Mwenyezi Mungu, 3:81; 33:7-8;
wameletwa kwa lugha za watu wao, 14:4;
wanaadamu kama sisi, 14:10-12; 16:43-44; 17:94-95; 21:7-8; 25:7-8, 20;
wanazieleza aya za Mwenyezi Mungu, 7:35-36;
waonyaji 6:48, 131; 14:4-6;
wataulizwa habari za umma zao, 5:109;
wote walikuwa wanaume, 16:43-44; 21:7-8;
Miungu, Kinyume na Mwenyezi Mungu, 7:194-198; 16:20-21; 21:22, 24; 34:22-27; 41:47-48; 46:5-6; 53:19-24; 71:23-24.
Mizani, 42:17; 55:7-9; 57:25; 101:6-9.
Mizigo (dhambi), haikalifishwi nafsi ila kwa wasaa, 2:286; 7:42; 23:62;
hatabeba mtu ila yake, 6:164; 17:15; 29:12-13; 35:18; 39:7; 53:38;
watabeba pamoja na ya wanaowapoteza, 16:25.
Mjane, 2:234-235, 240.
Mjumbe, wa Mwenyezi Mungu ardhini, 2:30; 6:165.
Mkataba, 9:1-4, 7-10.
Mkosa hatakufa wala hataishi (motoni), 20:74; 87:13.
Mmezwa na chewa, 68:48-50.
Mnyama, kauli ya kuja kiama, 27:82.
Moto (Motoni) - tazama Jahanamu.
Moto, fumbo, 2:17-18;
ukumbusho na manufaa kwa viumbe, 56:71-73;
uliyomuongoza Musa, 20:10.
Msamaha, daraja zake, 4:110;
dhambi zote husamehewa, 39:53;

mshirikina hasamehewi, 4:48, 116;
kwa watu wa kitabu, 2:109;
kwa wasioziogopa siku za Mwenyezi Mungu, 45:14;
malaika wanawaombea viumbe, 42:5;
na kuamrisha mema, 7:199;
na kufanya suluhu, 42:40;
na subira, 42:43;
tuyaendeeni upesi yanayotupatia maghufira, 57:21;
unapokasirika, 42:37;
wa madhambi makuu na vitendo vichafu, 53:32.
Msikate tamaa, na rehema ya Mwenyezi Mungu, 39:53;
wala msihuzunike, 3:139, 146.
Msikiti mtukufu, 17:1;
wasiukaribie wenye najisi, 9:28;
na kuua, 2:191;
Piya tazama Kaaba.
Msikiti wa Aqsa (Baytul Muqaddas), 17:1.
Mtawa - tazama Masalih na Utawa.
Muda, umewekewa kila watu, 7:34; 10:49; 15:4-5; 16:61; 20:129.
Muddaththir, S. 74.
Muhajiri, 59:8-9.
Muhammad, S. 47.
Muhammad, alidhibitishiwa Qurani, 75:16-18;
aliifikisha Qurani kama alivyofunuliwa, 10:15-16; 11:12-14; 46:9;
alimuona Jibrili, 53:4-18; 81:22-25;
alisomeshwa Qurani wala hakusahau, 87:6-7;
ametumwa na dini itakayoshinda dini zote, 61:9;
ametumwa kwa watu wote, 34:28;
ana haki zaidi kuliko nafsi zetu, 33:6;
anaamrishwa auelekeze uso wake katika dini, 27:91-93; 30:30
anaamrishwa ashindane na makafiri na wanafiki, 66:9;
anafanyiwa stihzai, 25:41-42; 34:7-8;
anamtukuza Mwenyezi Mungu, 73:1-8, 20; 74:3;
anasujudu na kuwa karibu na Mola, 96:19;
anateremshiwa rehema, 33:56;
anatuhangaikia, 9:128;
anatusiwa na Mayahudi, 2:104; 4:46;
anatusomea aya kututoa katika giza, 65:11;
anatusomea kurasa zilizotakaswa, 98:2;
anawaita watu kwa hikima na mauidha mema, 16:125-128;
hajui kusoma wala kuandika, 7:157-158; 62:2;
hakuwa ila ni mtume, 3:144;
haombi ujira, 25:57; 34:47; 38:86; 42:23;
hasemi kwa matamanio, 53:2-18;
kazi yake, 3:164; 7:156-157; 10:2; 52:29-34; 74:1-7;
kinadhikika kifua chake, 15:97; 16:127; 18:6; 25:30;
laini (mpole), 3:159;
mfano mwema kwetu, 33:21; 68:4;
mtoaji wa habari njema, 7:158, 188; 33:45; 48:8-9;
mtume wa Mwenyezi Mungu, 33:40; 48:29;
mtume wa mwisho, 33:40;
muonyaji, 7:184, 188; 10:2; 15:89; 33:45; 36:6; 53:56-62;
Mwenyezi Mungu ni shahidi wake, 13:43; 29:52; 46:8;
mwisho wa mitume, 33:40;
na ahali zake, 33:28-34, 59; 66:1, 3-5;
na watu wa kitabu, 5:19;
na ulinganio, 11:2-4; 12:108; 34:46-50;
na sahaba kipofu, 80:1-10;
Nabii Isa anatabiri kuja kwake, 61:6;
ni binadamu kama sisi, 18:110;
rehema ya Mwenyezi Mungu, 28:46-47; 33:45-48; 42:48;
rehema kwa walimwengu wote, 21:107;
rehema kwa waumini, 9:61;
shahidi juu yetu, 73:15-16;
si mlinzi wala si wakili, 6:107;
si mwendawazimu, 7:184; 68:2; 81:22;
si mshairi wala mchawi, 69:40-43;
tumefanyiwa hisani kuletewa, 3:164; 4:70, 170;
tumsalie na kumuombea amani, 33:56;
tusiwapende wanaompinga, 58:20-22;
wanaofungamana nae Mwenyezi Mungu yu radhi nao, 48:10, 18;
Mujadilah, S. 58.
Mulk, S. 67.
Mumtahinah, S. 60.
Munaafiqun, S. 63.
Mursalat, S. 77.
Musa, alipewa vitabu, 53:36; 87:19;
anaghadhibika kwa kuabudiwa ndama, 20:86-98;
anaoa katika nchi ya Madiani, 28:22-28;
anaona ishara za Mwenyezi Mungu, 7:142-145;
anaongozwa katika njia iliyonyoka, 37:114-122;
anapewa utume, 19:51-53; 20:9-56; 28:29-35;
anaua mtu mjini, 28:14-21;
anawakanya watu wake kuabudu ndama, 7:148-156;
anawakumbusha watu wake neema ya MwenyeziMungu,14:5-8;
anawasihi Mayahudi, 5:20-26;
anawasilimisha wachawi, 7:113-126; 20:70-73; 26:46-52;
dhidi ya masanamu, 7:138-141;
hoja alizopewa, 7:107-108, 133; 17:101;
kaumu yake, 2:51:61; 7:159-162;
Mwenyezi Mungu alimwongoa, 6:84;
na Firauni, 7:103-137; 10:75-92; 11:96-99; 17:101-103; 20:42-53, 56-79; 23:45-49; 25:35-36; 26:10-68; 28:4-21, 31-42; 40:23-46; 43:46-56; 51:38-40; 79:15-26;
na moto wenye nuru, 27:7-14; 28:29-35;
safari yake kwenda kuonana na Nabii Al Khidhri, 18:60-82;
utotoni mwake, mamake na dadake, 20:38-40; 28:7-13;
wanatia khitilafu na shaka kitabuni, 11:110;
watu wake wanamuudhi, 61:5.
Muumin, S. 40.
Muuminun, S. 23.
Muzzammil, S. 73.
Mvua, inateremshwa na Mwenyezi Mungu, 56:68-70.
Mwana, wa kupanga (kulea), 33:4-5.
Mwanaadamu, afikwapo huomba shari, 17:11;
ajisalimishe kwa Mwenyezi Mungu, 31:22;
amefungiwa vitendo vyake shingoni mwake, 17:13;
amepuliziwa roho inayotokana na Mwenyezi Mungu, 15:29; 32:9;
ametiwa huba ya kupenda, 3:14;
ameumbwa kwa tone la manii na kufadhilishwa, 96:2-5;
ameumbwa na kutengenezewa mambo yake, 67:23-24; 74:12-15;
ameumbwa katika tabu, 90:4;
ameumbwa kwa tone la manii na kufadhilishwa, 16:4-8; 32:7-9; 35:11; 36:77-78; 76:13;77:20-24; 80:17-32; 86:5-8;
ameumbwa kwa udongo na muda maalumu, 6:2; 15:26;
ameumbwa kwa maji, 25:54;
amuabudu Mwenyezi Mungu tu, 39:64-66;
anadhani ataachwa bure, 75:31-40; 90:5-7;
anahadaika, 82:6-12;
anaijua haki bali anapotezwa na shetani, 7:172-175;
anaonywa juu ya shetani, 7:27;
anayapenda maisha ya kidunia, 76:27;
atabeba mzigo wake, 6:164;
atafufuliwa kwa umbo jengine, 56:60-61;
atahukumiwa kwa amali aliyotenda, 17:71;
atakamatwa kwa ghafla, 6:44;
atakutana na hali baada ya hali, 84:16-19;
atatiwa katika misukosuko, 2:155; 3:186; 47:31;
hakuekewa nyoyo mbili kifuani mwake, 33:4;
hashukuru, 7:10; 36:45-47; 74:15-25; 100:1-8;
hashurutishwi, 10:99;
hujidhulumu nafsi yake, 6:123; 10:44;
hujikusurukusuru katika mambo yake, 84:6;
hutakabari, 96:6-14;
kufa na kufufuliwa, 23:15-16;
kusahilishiwa njia ya peponi au motoni, 92:4-11;
macho, ulimi na midomo, 90:8-10;
madhalimu watahangaika wakati wa mauti, 6:93-94;
malaika anaandika amali zake, 50:17-18, 23;
mali na jamii ni majaribio, 64:14-15;
marejeo yake ni kwa Mwenyezi Mungu, 6:60, 72; 10:45-46;
maumbile yake yanamtegemea Mwenyezi Mungu, 56:57-74;
misiba inatokana na mikono yake, 42:30;
mjumbe katika ardhi, 2:30; 6:165;
na jamii yake, 7:189-190;
namna alivyoumbwa, 23:12-14; 40:67; 22:5;
nasaba na ujamaa wa ndoa, 25:54;
ni mwenye pupa (hima), 17:11; 16:37;
ni shahidi wa nafsi yake, 75:14-15;
ni mwenye papatiko, 70:19-21;
pindi inapomfika dhara au neema, 10:12; 11:9-11; 16:53-55; 17:67-70; 29:10, 65-66; 30:33-34; 31:32; 39:8, 49;
pindi inapomfika dhara au neema, 41:49-51; 42:48; 89:15-16;
si mwenye kutimiza wajibu wake, 89:17-20;
umbo lililo bora kabisa, 95:4;
viungo vitatoa ushahidi, 24:24; 36:65;
wajibu wake, 4:1-36; 17:23-29; 29:8-9; 30:38; 31:33; 46:15;
watakao heshima, 70:22-35;
yuko chini ila walioamini na kutenda mema, 95:5-6.
Mwenyezi Mungu, "inshallah" (akipenda), 18:23-24;
adhabu yake, 1:7; 7:97-99;
ahadi yake ni ya kweli, 4:122; 14:47;
akhera na dunia ni yake, 92:13;
ameteremsha Qurani na vitabu vyengine, 6:91;
ametuletea malaika, 6:61;
ameumba na ametukuka, 7:54; 11:6-7; 13:16-17; 21:30-33; 67:1-5;
amri yake itafika (tu), 16:1;
amri yake ni kama kupepesa jicho, 54:50;
anabainisha waovu, 50:24-26;
anadhibiti matendo yetu, 58:6;
anahuisha, 2:28; 6:122;
anaitimiza nuru yake, 9:32-33; 61:8-9;
anaitika maombi, 2:186;
anakadiria na kuongoza, 87:3;
anakanusha madai ya mayahudi, 62:6;
anamteremshia rehema mtume, 33:56;
anamuachia kupotea amtakaye na anamuongoa amtakaye, 14:4; 16:93; 39:23;
anaondoa madhara, 6:17;
anashuhudia kila kitu, 10:61; 58:6;
anatukanya tusifanye waungu wawili, 16:51;
anatukhafifishia, 4:26-28;
anatukinga na shari zote, 113:1-5; 114:1-6;
anatutosha (atatukifia), 3:173; 8:64; 39:36; 65:3;
anatwita katika nyumba ya amani, 10:25;
anavijua visivyojulikana na vijulikanavyo, 67:14;
anawakubalia watendao mema na kupita kando makosa yao, 29:7; 46:16;
anawazunguka watu, 17:60;
anayoamrisha, 16:90-91;
anjiapia, 4:65; 15:92; 16:56, 63; 19:68; 34:3; 51:23; 64:7;
atawafanyia mapenzi walioamini, 19:96;
atawapa ujira mkubwa waliodhulumiwa, 16:41-42;
dalili (ishara) zake, 10:3-6; 13:2-4; piya tazama Ishara za Mwenyezi Mungu
dhati yake, 55:27;
hakimu bora, muadilifu, 10:109; 95:8;
hakujifanyia mtoto, 2:116; 6:100; 10:68; 19:35; 23:91;
hana mke wala mabinti, 6:100-101; 16:57; 37:149-157; 43:16-19;
hana mshirika, 6:22-23, 25:1; 136-137, 163;
hapotezi ujira wa watendao wema, 9:120-121; 11:115;
hatubadilishi mpaka tujibadilishe nafsi zetu, 8:53; 13:11;
hawapotezi watu, 9:115;
hukumu iko kwake, 6:57; 28:88; 42:10;
humtakasa amtakaye, 4:49;
huona yote yanayotendwa, 3:156, 163;
huruzuku pasipo hisabu, 24:38;
hutakabadhi roho, 39:42;
huteremsha utulivu, 3:154; 9:26; 48:4, 18, 26;
hutufanyia mtihani, 3:142, 154, 166; 6:53; 29:2-5; 67:2;
hutuokoa na kila mashaka, 6:63-64;
huwajaalia wanaadamu nuru, 6:122;
ibada, uzima na kufa ni kwake, 6:162;
karimu sana, 96:3;
kila kitu kinamtukuza yeye, 59:1; 61:1; 62:1; 64:1;
kila kitu kitakufa isipokuwa yeye, 28:88;
kila kitu kinamsabihi yeye, 13:12-13; 17:44; 24:41-46; 57:1;
Kumcha - tazama Kumcha Mwenyezi Mungu;
limetukuka jina lake, 55:78; 56:74, 96; 67:1; 87:1;
macho hayamfikii kumwona, 6:103;
majeshi ya mbingu na ardhi ni yake, 48:7;
majina mazuri mazuri anayo, 7:180; 17:110; 20:8; 59:24;
mambo yote yanarejeshwa kwake, 3:109, 128; 42:53; 53:42; 96:8;
maneno yake hayana ukomo, 18:109; 31:27;
maneno yake yametimia kwa ukweli na uadilifu, 6:115;
maneno yake hakuna awezae kuyabadilisha, 6:34, 115; 18:27;
mbora wa kupindua hila zote, 3:54; 13:42;
mbora wa wanaorehemu, 7:151; 12:64, 92; 21:83; 23:109, 118;
mjuzi wa yote (siri na dhahiri), 2:284; 3:5, 29; 6:3, 117; 13:8-10; 16:23; 21:4; 31:34; 34:2; 64:4; 59:22;
mkwasi (mwenye kujitosha), 2:263, 267; 6:133; 14:8; 31:26; 35:15; 64:6;
mlinzi, 2:257; 3:173; 4:45; 40:45; 42:28; 73:9;
mola wa mashariki mbili na magharibi mbili, 37:5; 55:17; 70:40; 73:9;
mola wa ulimwengu wote, 113:1;
mola (mfalme) wa haki, 6:62; 10:30, 32; 20:114; 31:30;
mola mwenye utukufu mkubwa, 70:3;
mola wa arshi kuu (enzi), 9:129; 23:86; 40:15; 85:15;
mola wa siri ya mbinguni na ardhini, 16:77;
mola mwenye nguvu, 51:58;
mola wetu, 2:21-22; 3:150; 6:62; 22:78;
mola wa walimwengu (kila kitu), 1:2; 6:162-164;
mpambanuzi, 3:179;
mpenda (waja wake), 85:14;
mpokeaji shukurani na mwenye kujua, 4:147;
mpole, 2:225, 235, 263; 3:155; 5:101; 9:117-118; 22:59; 64:17;
msafishaji nyoyo, 3:141, 154;
msaidizi, 3:150; 4:45; 22:78; 40:51;
mshindaji, 6:18, 61;
mtoaji wa riziki, 29:60-62; 51:58;
muadilifu, 13:41; 21:47; 55:7; 99:7-8;
muumba wa kila kitu, 2:29, 117; 6:73; 25:59, 61-62;
muweza juu ya kila kitu, 2:284; 3:29; 6:12-13, 65; 10:55; 16:77-81; 53:42-54; 67:1; 85:12-16;
mwema, 52:28;
mwenye fadhila, 3:174; 17:20-21;
mwenye nguvu na hekima, 31:9, 27; 39:1;
mwenye maghufira mengi, 53:32;
mwenye hikima, 2:240; 4:26; 6:18; 9:110;
mwenye kusifiwa, 31:26;
mwepesi wa kuadhibu na kusamehe, 7:167; 13:6;
mwepesi wa kuhisabu, 13:41; 24:39;
mwingi wa kutenda alipendalo, 85:16;
mwingi wa kusamehe, 4:25-26; 5:74; 15:49; 16:18, 119; 39:53; 85:14; n.k.
mwongozi, 6:71, 88; 92:12;
neema zote zatoka kwake, 16:53;
ni mmoja tu, 2:163; 6:19; 16:22; 23:91-92; 37:1-5; 38:65-68; 112:1-4;
nuru ya mbingu na ardhi, 24:35-36;
nusura yake, 40:51; 110:1-3;
radhi yake tunahitaji, 6:52; 18:28;
rahimu, 5:74; 6:12, 54, 133; 9:117-118; 19:85-96; 52:28; n.k.
sanaa yake, 27:88;
si dhalimu, 4:40;
sifa zake na utukufu wake, 112:1-4; 114:1-3;
sifa zote njema ni zake, 1:2; 17:111; 30:17-19; 34:1; 35:1; 37:180-182; 45:36-37;
sifa zake na utukufu wake, 2:255; 3:2-3, 6, 18; 6:95-103; 25:2-3, 6; 32:2-9; 40:2-3; 43:84-85; 57:1-6; 59:22-24;
sunnah yake (kawaida), 33:38, 62; 35:43; 40:85;
tujipendekeze kwake, 94:8;
tumkumbuke na tumshukuru, 2:114, 152;
tumuabudu na kumtegemea yeye, 11:123;
tumuombe kwa unyenyekevu na kuogopa, 7:55-56;
tunamtegemea yeye, 11:123; 67:29;
tusimsahau, 59:19;
ufalme wote ni wake, 3:189; 4:126; 5:120; 67:1;
uhai wa maisha ni wake, 2:255; 20:111; 28:88; 40:65;
urithi wa mbingu na ardhi ni wake, 3:180; 15:23; 19:40;
utatu ameepukana nao, 4:171; 5:72-73;
vilivyo kwake vitadumu, 16:96;
wa mbinguni na ardhini, 43:84;
waja wake wema, 25:63-76;
wanaokufuru hawamdhuru, 47:32;
wanaomcha, 92:17-21;
yu pamoja nasi popote tulipo, 57:4;
yuko karibu na sisi, 2:186; 34:50; 50:16; 56:85;
yuko katika malindizo, 89:14;
yuko juu, mtukufu, 4:34; 87:1;
yupo mahala po pote, 2:115; 7:7.
Viapo vyake - tazama Viapo vya Mwenyezi Mungu
Mwenyezi Mungu, Fadhila zake, ameumba dume na jike, 43:12; 51:49;
ameanzisha viumbe, atavirudisha na anaturuzuku, 27:64;
ameitandaza ardhi na matunda na vyakula, 55:10-12;
ametueneza katika ardhi, 23:79;
anahuisha na anafisha, 3:156; 6:95; 10:31, 56; 15:23; 22:6;
anateremsha mvua na kuhuisha ardhi, 29:63;
anatuendesha katika bara na bahari, 10:22;
anatuongoza njia, 1:6-7; 93:7;
anawajibu wanaoamini na kutenda mema, 42:26-28;
anawaruzuku wanaadamu na wanyama, 29:60-62;
ardhi, maji, malisho na milima, 79:30-33;
ardhi na mbingu, 41:10-12; 51:47-48;
bahari na marikebu, 16:14; 17:66;
bahari mbili zenye kizuizi baina yao, 25:53; 27:61; 55:19-20;
fakiri anatajirishwa, 93:8;
haki, 6:62; 10:30, 32; 20:114; 31:30; 57:4;
hazihisabiki, 14:34; 16:18;
kamuumba binaadamu na kumfundisha kunena, 55:3-4;
kazijenga mbingu na kazitengeneza, 79:27-28;
kivuli na jua, 25:45-46;
kizazi na viungo, 16:77-78; 23:78;
kufufua ardhi, nafaka, matunda na chemchem, 36:33-35;
kuhisabiwa kwa wanaadamu na majini, 55:31;
kumjibu aliyedhikika, 27:62;
kuondolewa mzigo, 94:2-3;
kuongozwa katika giza na pepo (Upepo), 27:63;
kupanuliwa kifua, 94:1;
kupokea toba na kusamehe, 42:25;
kuumbwa kwa mbingu na ardhi ni vilivyomo ndani yake, 27:60-61; 31:10;
lulu na marijani, 55:22;
maji safi yatiririkayo, 67:30;
majumba, vifaa vinavyotokamana na wanyama, nguo, 16:80-81;
marikebu na wanyama, 43:12-13;
mawaidha, poza, uwongofu, rehema, 10:57;
mbingu na ardhi, mvua na uhai, 43:9-11;
milima, mito, mabarabara, 16:15-16;
miti na matunda, 6:141;
mvua, mimea na matunda, 16:10-11;
neema kutoka mbinguni na ardhini, 14:32-33; 23:17-22;
nyuki, 16:68-69;
pepo (upepo) na mvua, 25:48-50;
rehema baada ya shida, 10:21;
rehema anayoifungua hakuna wa kuizuia, 35:2-3;
rehema anayoizuia hakuna wa kuipeleka mbele, 35:2-3;
tumefadhilishwa mbalimbali, 16:71-73;
uadilifu, 55:7-9;
umbo la mwanaadamu, nasaba na ndoa, 25:54;
usiku na mchana, jua, mwezi na nyota, 16:12-13;
usiku, usingizi na mchana, 25:47;
usiku na mchana, 79:29;
utajo unatukuzwa, 94:4;
vimetiishwa vilivyomo ardhini, baharini na mbinguni, 22:65; 31:20; 36:71-73; 45:12-13;
viumbe vinamuomba yeye, 55:29;
vyombo vya baharini, 55:24;
wanyama, 6:142;
wanyama na matunda, 16:66-67;
wanyama na tusivyovijua, 16:5-8;
yatima anapewa makazi mazuri, 93:6.
Mwenyezi Mungu, ishara zake, anaviapia alivyoviumba, 89:105;
adhabu inawangoja wanaojivuna na kuzifanyia mzaha aya, 45:8-9;
ardhi inahuishwa baada ya kuteremka mvua, 41:39-40; 45:5;
baadhi ya watu wanadhani ni simulizi za uwongo, 68:15;
katika enzi ya mfalme Taluti, 2:248;
katika maumbile, 6:95-99; 10:5-6; 30:20-27; 45:3-6;
katika ardhi, nafsi na mbingu, 51:20-23;
kuadhibiwa kwa wanaozikadhibisha aya, 3:11, 108;
kutoendelea kuleta miujiza, 6:109; 10:20; 13:7; 17:59; 21:5-6;
kuumbwa kwa mbingu na ardhi, 2:164; 3:190;
maji, 56:68-70;
makafiri wanazikanusha, 2:118;
malipo ya watakaozikadhibisha na kuzifanyia kiburi, 7:36-41, 146-147;
mauti, 56:60-62;
mbegu ya uzazi, 56:57-59;
mimea tunayoipanda, 56:63-67;
moto, 56:71-73;
nafsi itaomba kurejea tena duniani, 39:58-59;
ngamia, mbingu, milima na ardhi, 88:17-20;
pepo na majahazi, 30:46; 42:32-35; 31:31;
tumebainishiwa aya tupate kufikiri, 2:219-220;
ukweli utathibitika katika nchi za mbali na katika nafsi, 41:53;
usiku na mchana, 17:12;
usiku, jua na mwezi, 36:37-40;
uteremsho wa kitabu unatosha, 29:49-51;
waligeuzwa waliozikadhibisha aya, 40:63;
wanaokadhibisha ni viziwi, mabubwi na wamo gizani, 6:39;
wanaozikadhibisha wanavutwa kidogo kidogo katika adhabu, 7:182;
wanaozikadhibisha wanajidhulumu nafsi zao, 7:177;
waovu wanaachwa katika upotofu, 7:186;
waovu wanataka wapewe utume, 6:124;
wazee walichukuliwa katika majahazi, 36:41-44.
Mwezi, sura zake, 2:189.
Mwisho mwema, kwa wanaomcha Mwenyezi Mungu, 5:119; 25:15; 78:31; 98:1.
Mwizi, malipo yake, 5:38-39.
Naas, S. 114.
Nabaa, S. 78.
Nabii - tazama Mitume.
Nadhir (kabila ya kiyahudi), 59:2-7, 11-17.
Nadhiri, 3:35; 19:26.
Nafsi, haikalifishwi, 2:286; 7:42; 23:62;
italipwa kwa yale iliyoyachuma, 6:164; 10:30; 14:51; 53:38-41.
inayojilaumu inaapiwa, 75:2;
itakuta mema na maovu iliyofanya, 3:30; 74:38;
italipwa amali ilizofanya, 16:111;
kujitetea kwake, 16:111;
tumeumbwa katika nafsi moja, 39:6;
yenye kutua itaridhika, 89:27-30;
zote zitaonja mauti, 21:35;
Nahl, S. 16.
Najm, S. 53.
Naml, S. 27.
Nasr, S. 110.
Nasra (sanamu), 71:23.
Naziat, S. 79.
Ndege, 16:79; 24:41; 67:19.
Ndoa, asiye na uwezo aoe mjakazi, 4:25;
idadi ya wake kuoa, 4:3;
kufanya suluhu wakati wa ugomvi, 4:35, 128;
kwa washirikina au watumwa, 2:221;
kwa mafakiri, 24:32;
kwa wanawake wa kiislamu na waliopewa kitabu, 5:5;
mipaka aliyowekewa Mtume, 33:28, 50-52;
Mtume na wake zake, 33:28-29, 50-52;
tumeruhusiwa kuoa akraba zetu, 33:50;
uadilifu baina ya wake, 4:129;
wakati wa talaka mahari yasidaiwe, 4:20-21;
wanaume ni walinzi wa wanawake, 4:34;
wanawake tulioharimishiwa, 4:22-24;
wasiokuwa na uwezo wajizuilie na machafu, 24:33;
za wazinifu na washirikina, 24:3;
aliyetalakiwa bila ya kuguswa hana eda, 33:49;
Piya tazama Eda na Talaka.
Ndovu, kisa cha, 105:1-5.
Ngamia-Jike, ishara ya utume wa Nabii Saleh, 7:73; 17:59; 26:155-158.
Ngawira, 8:1; 48:15, 19-21;
namna ya kugawanya, 8:41; 59:7-8.
"Ngojeeni, na sisi tunangojea", 9:52; 10:102; 11:122; 20:135; 44:59; 52:31.
Nguo, za utawa ndizo bora, 7:26.
Nia, ya kuongoka, 81:28-29.
Nidhamu, ndiyo uislamu, 3:152; 61:4.
Nisaa, S. 4.
Njia iliyonyoka, 1:6; 6:153; 42:52-53; 67:22; 90:10-18.
Nuh, S. 71.
Nuhu, 6:84; 7:59-64; 10:71-73; 11:25-49; 21:76-77; 23:23-30; 25:37; 26:105-122; 29:14-15; 37:75-82; 51:46; 54:9-15; 69:11-12; 71:1-28;
mkewe alikuwa mchafu, 66:10;
mwanawe aliangamizwa, 11:45-47.
Nur, S. 24.
Nuru, imedhihirishwa, 4:174;
mfano wake, 24:35-36;
na giza, 6:1;
tutafanyiwa ya kwenda nayo (akhera), 57:28;
za waislamu zinakwenda mbele na kuliani, 57:12-15; 66:8.
Nyani, walioasi wageuzwa manyani, 2:65; 7:166.
Nyota, alama za kufuatia njia, 16:16;
humsujudia Mwenyezi Mungu, 22:18;
mbingu ya karibu imepambwa nazo, 37:6; 67:5;
Mwenyezi Mungu anaziapia, 53:1; 86:1-4;
zimetiishwa kwa amri ya Mwenyezi Mungu, 7:54; 16:12;
zitafutwa nuru zake, 77:8;
zitapukutika, 81:2; 82:2.
Nyuki, 16:68-69.
Nyumba, adabu za kuingia majumbani, 24:27-29.
Pambo la Mwenyezi Mungu, 2:138.
Pango, la Thaur, 9:40.
Pangoni, vijana wa, 18:9-22, 25-26.
Parapanda, kupulizwa kwake, 6:73; 23:101; 39:68; 69:13.
Pepo (Upepo), bishara njema kabla ya kunyesha mvua, 7:57-58; 15:22; 30:46, 48;
Mwenyezi Mungu anaziapia, 77:1-4;
za rangi ya manjano, 30:51.
Peponi, amani na hakuna kuonja mauti, 44:51-57;
bughudha itaondoshwa vifuani, 7:43; 15:47-48;
bustani zipitazo mito mbele yake na kukaa humo milele, 3:15, 198; 4:57; 9:72;
bustani za makazi mazuri, 32:19;
bustani, chemchemu na salama, 15:45-46;
furaha, viti vya fahari na salama, 36:55-58;
ghorofa zipitazo mito chini yake, 39:20;
hakuna huzuni, tabu wala kuchoka, 35:34-35;
hakuna hofu wala kuhuzunika, 43:68-73;
ihsani italipwa ihsani, 55:46-77;
kutosikia upuzi na kupata riziki, 19:61-63;
kwa anaemuogopa mola wake, 98:8;
mahali pazuri kabisa, 38:49-52; 54:54-55;
maisha ya raha, 69:21-24;
makaribisho, bustani, viti, watumishi, wanawake na vivuli, 56:11-38;
makaribisho, manukato, bustani na salama, 56:88-91;
makazi ya aliyekataza nafsi yake na matamanio, 79:40-41;
malaika watamtukuza na kumsifu Mola wao, 39:73-75;
mambo saba yatakayo turithisha nayo, 23:1-11;
mapambo ya dhahabu, lulu na hariri, 18:31; 22:23; 35:33;
matunda, vitanda, vinywaji na wanawake, 37:41-49;
mito ya aina mbalimbali, 47:15;
nafsi yenye kutua itaridhika, 89:27-30;
neema na furaha, 76:5-22;
nuru zinakwenda mbele na kuliani, 57:12;
nyuso zitamemetuka na kuwa radhi, 88:8-16;
pepo italetwa karibu, 50:31-35;
pepo ni ya Mwenyezi Mungu, 89:30;
rehema na radhi, 9:21-22;
salama, 10:10; 15:46; 36:58; 56:91;
wafanyao wema watakuamo, 83:22-28;
wake waliotakasika, vivuli, 4:57;
wakweli utawafaa ukweli wao, 5:119;
wanaomcha Mwenyezi Mungu wamewekewa kufuzu, 78:31-35;
watakaofanya vitendo vizuri wataingia, 4:124;
waumini watakutanishwa na jamaa zao wema, 52:17-24;
waumini watapata watakayoyataka, 42:22;
wenye kutoa mali yao kwa kujitakasa, 92:17-20.
Pombe - tazama Ulevi.
Punja, 83:1-6.
Qadr, S. 97.
Qaf, S. 50.
Qalam, S. 68.
Qamar, S. 54.
Qariah, S. 101.
Qasas, S. 28.
Qaynuqai (kabila ya kiyahudi), 59:15.
Qiyamah, S. 75.
Qubaa (msikiti), 9:107-108.
Quraidha (kabila ya kiyahudi), 33:26-27.
Qurani, alisomeshwa Mtume wala hakusahau, 87:6-7;
aya zake zimetengenezwa vizuri, 11:1;
aya zake ziwaziwazi, 29:47-49;
haifikiliwi na batili, 41:42;
haiguswi ila na walio tohara, 56:77-80;
haikuteremshwa juu ya mtu mkubwa, 43:31-32;
haina kombo, 18:1-2; 39:28;
haki itokayo kwa Mwenyezi Mungu, 32:3; 35:31; 39:41;
ilidhibitiwa kifuani mwa Mtume, 75:16-18;
imefanywa nyepesi, 19:97; 44:58; 54:17, 22, 32, 40;
imefundishwa na Mwenyezi Mungu, 55:1-2;
imeteremshwa kwa lugha ya kiarabu, 12:2; 13:37; 16:103; 41:44; 42:7; 43:3;
imeteremshwa kidogo kidogo, 17:106; 25:32; 76:23;
imetolewa katika ubao uliohifadhiwa, 85:21-22;
ina aya nyepesi na zakubabaisha, 3:7;
inabainisha kila linalohitajiwa, 15:1; 25:33; 26:2; 27:1; 28:2; 36:69-70; 43:2;
inabainisha hitilafu za Mayahudi, 27:76;
inasadikisha vitabu vilivyopita, 35:31;
inatoa habari njema na maonyo, 17:9-10; 18:2-4; 19:97;
inatoka kwa Mwenyezi Mungu, 6:92; 17:105-107; 27:6; 45:2;
inatoka katika kurasa zilizohishimiwa, 80:13-16;
inawatoa watu katika giza kuwapeleka katika nuru, 14:1;
isomwapo tuisikilize na tunyamaze, 7:204-206;
isomwe kama ipasavyo, 2:121;
kazi zisizokuwa zake, 13:31;
kitabu chenye hikima, 10:1; 31:2; 36:2;
lau ingeliteremshwa juu ya mlima, 59:21;
maelezo ya vitabu vilivyopita, 10:37;
makumbusho, 50:45;
maneno yake yanawafikiana, 39:23;
maonyo na mazingatio, 4:82; 6:19;
mauidha, 20:2-7; 26:210-220;
mazingatio, 47:24;
Mwenyezi Mungu ni shahidi wake, 6:19;
Mwenyezi Mungu anaahidi kuilinda, 15:9;
Mwenyezi Mungu anaiapia, 36:2; 38:1;
nasaha, 80:11-12;
ni hukumu, 13:36-37;
pazia baina ya waumini na wasioamini, 17:45-47;
ponyo na rehema, 17:82;
si mtungo wa binaadamu, 2:23; 10:37-38; 11:13; 17:89;
sio mkusanyiko wa uwongo, 15:91;
tuifuate na tumche Mwenyezi Mungu, 6:155;
tuisome vilivyo na tusimamishe sala, 73:4; 29:45;
tuisome na kuidhibiti, 75:16-18;
tumeifanya ni kitu kilichoachwa, 25:30;
ukumbusho kwetu, 43:44-45;
ukumbusho kwa walimwengu wote, 81:26-29;
uwongofu na rehema, 16:64; 29:51; 31:3;
wanaikadhibisha waliokufuru, 84:20-25;
yamo kila mifano, 17:89; 18:54; 39:27;
Piya tazama Kitabu na Wahyi.
Quraysh, S. 106.
Raad, S. 13.
Radhi, ya Mwenyezi Mungu, 2:272; 6:52; 13:22; 18:28; 30:39.
Rahman, S. 55.
Ramadhani, (mwezi wa kufunga), 2:185.
Rass - tazama Handaki.
Riba, 2:275-276, 278-280; 3:130; 4:161.
Riziki, 10:59; 16:73; 19:62; 42:12; 51:57-58; 67:21;
Mwenyezi Mungu humpa amtakaye, 2:212; 3:27; 24:38.
Roho, huteremka katika usiku wa Laylatul-Qadr, 97:4;
hutukuliwa katika usingizi, 39:42;
imepulizwa kutokamana na Mwenyezi Mungu, 15:29;
itokayo kwa Mwenyezi Mungu inawatia nguvu waumini, 58:22;
kupanda kwake ni kama miaka elfu hamsini, 70:4;
ni jambo linalohusika na Mwenyezi Mungu, 17:85-86;
takatifu, ametiwa nguvu nayo Nabii Isa, 2:87, 253;
zitasimama safu safu, 78:38.
Rum, S. 30.
Saaffat, S. 37.
Saba (nchi), 27:22; 34:15-21.
Saba, S. 34.
Sad, S. 38.
Sadaka - tazama Zaka.
Safaa na Marwa (majabali mawili), 2:158.
Safari, kuitembea ardhi, 6:11; 22:46; 27:69; 29:20-22; 30:9, 42; 35:44; 40:21, 82; 47:10.
Saff, S. 61.
Sajdah, S. 32.
Sala, 1:1-7; 2:238-239; 4:43; 5:6; 11:114; 17:78-81; 50:39-40; 52:48-49; 73:1-8, 20;
adhabu itawathubutukia wanaosali, 107:2-7;
humzuilia mtu na mambo machafu, 29:45;
katika safari au vita, 4:101-104;
nyakati zake, 11:114; 17:78-79; 20:130; 30:17-18; 50:39-40;
tuisimamisheni, 2:110;
ya Ijumaa, 62:9-11;
Piya tazama Maombi.
Salamu (amani), 6:54; 7:46; 10:10; 11:69; 14:23; 16:32; 24:27, 61; 36:58; 39:73.
Saleh, 7:73-79; 11:61-68; 26:141-159; 27:45-53.
Salsabili (mto wa peponi), 76:18.
Samiriy (mfuasi wa Nabii Musa), 20:85, 95-97.
Sauti, usia wa Mwenyezi Mungu, 7:55; 31:19.
Shahidi - tazama Mashahidi.
Shams, S. 91.
Shari (uharibifu), barani na baharini, 30:41;
ya vilivyoumbwa, 113:1-5; 114:4-6;
Shetani, adui yetu, 35:6; 36:60;
aliwatelezesha Adam na Hawaa, 2:36;
amebaidishwa (ametengwa) na rehema, 3:36; 15:17, 34; 16:98;
anaahidi kuwapoteza waja, 4:117-120;
anayoyatia Mwenyezi Mungu huyaondosha, 22:52-53;
atakataa kuwa ni mshirika wa maasi, 14:22;
hana nguvu juu ya waumini, 16:99-100;
hutia uadui na bughudha baina yetu, 5:91;
kujikinga nae, 3:36; 15:17; 16:98.
kujikinga nae tusomapo Qurani, 16:98;
ni mlaghai, 8:48; 59:16;
tujikinge na maamrisho yake, 7:200-201;
tunatahadharishwa kujiepusha nae, 24:21;
Piya tazama Iblisi.
Shuaraa, S. 26.
Shuebu, 7:85-93; 11:84-95; 29:36-37.
Shuura, S. 42.
Sijjin, daftari la watu wabaya, 83:7-9.
Siku, kuumbwa kwa mbingu saba, 41:12;
malaika na roho kupanda kwa Mwenyezi Mungu, 70:4;
moja ya Mwenyezi Mungu ni miaka elfu kwetu, 22:47; 32:5;
za kuumbwa ulimwengu, 7:54; 32:4; 41:9-10.
Sinai (mlima), 19:52; 95:2.
Singizia (beza), 9:79; 24:23; 68:11-12.
Siri, inayokubaliwa, 4:114;
kuhifadhi na kutoa, 4:148.
minong'ono miovu imekatazwa, 58:7-10, 12-13;
Subira, 2:45, 153; 3:186, 200; 10:109; 11:115; 16:126-127; 20:130-132; 40:55, 77; 46:35; 50:39; 70:5; 73:10-11.
Suleimani, 21:79; 27:15-44; 38:30-40;
akiamrisha upepo na mashetani, 21:81-82; 34:12-14; 38:36-39;
hakukufuru, waliokufuru ni mashetani, 2:102;
miongoni mwa kizazi cha Nuhu, 6:84;
na malkia wa Sabaa, 27:22-44;
na wadudu chungu, 27:18-19;
na kidege hudi-hudi, 27:20-26.
Sura (Qurani), walioamini inawazidishia imani, 9:124-127.
Suwaa (sanamu), 71:23.
Taa - tazama Utiifu.
Tabuk, 9:40-42, 43-59, 81-89, 120-122.
Taghaabun, S. 64.
Taha, S. 20.
Tahrym, S. 66.
Takaathur, S. 120.
Takwyr, S. 81.
Talaka, eda, kanuni na nyakati zake, 65:1-7;
kitoka nyumba, 2:241;
kwa ambao hawajagusana, 2:236-237; 33:49;
si kitu kinachotiliwa nguvu, 4:128-130;
ya kwanza, ya pili, ya tatu, 2:228-232;
Piya tazama Eda na Ndoa.
Talaq, S. 65.
Taluti, 2:247-249.
Taqwa, 2:2; 3:102; 47:17; 59:18-19;
Piya tazama Kumcha Mwenyezi Mungu.
Tariq, S. 86.
Tasnimu (chemchem), 83:27-28.
Tawba, S. 9.
Tembo - tazama Ulevi.
Thaalaba, kisa chake na walio mfano wake, 9:75-80.
Thamudi (watu), 7:73-79; 11:61-68; 25:38; 26:141-159; 27:45-53; 29:38; 41:17; 51:43-45; 54:23-31; 69:4-8; 85:17-20; 89:9-14; 91:11-15;
Tini, kama alama tukufu, 95:1.
Toba, 4:64; 6:54; 42:25.
Tohara, 4:43; 5:6.
Tubba (watu), 44:37.
Tur, S. 52.
Tusiogope shetani, 3:175.
Tyn, S. 95.
Uadilifu, 4:65;
baina ya wake, 4:129.
Mwenyezi Mungu ameamrisha, 7:29; 16:90; 57:25;
Qurani imeshikamana nao, 4:105;
tunapohukumu baina ya watu, 4:58;
tuwe wenye kuusimamisha, 4:135.
Ubadhirifu, umekatazwa, 17:26-29; 25:67.
Ubakhili (na husuda), 3:180; 4:32; 57:24;
unakatazwa, 17:29; 47:38.
Ubao uliyohifadhiwa, asili ya vitabu vyote, 43:4; 85:22; 56:77-78.
Ubaya (dhuluma), kusamehe au kulipiza, 42:39-43.
Ubishi na watu wa Kitabu, 29:46.
Uchafu (uovu), 4:15-18.
Uchaji wa Mwenyezi Mungu - tazama Taqwa.
Ufufuo - tazama Kiama na Kufufuliwa.
Uhud (vita), 3:121-128, 140-180.
Uislamu, 2:143-144; 3:110; 42:15;
kufunguliwa kifua kuukubali, 39:22;
ni kujisalimisha, 6:14, 163; 39:12;
ni ihsani, 49:17;
wa kwanza walioufuata, 9:100.
Ujira, ulioandaliwa wanaume na wanawake wema, 33:35;
Piya tazama Jaza.
Ukweli (haki), tukio lake, 69:1-3.
Ulevi, 2:219; 4:43; 5:90.
mito ya peponi, 47:15.
Umbo, (jambo) "kuwa" nalo huwa, 2:117; 6:73; 16:40; 36:82; 40:68; 54:50;
(maumbile), mbali mbali, 2:164; 3:27; 21:33; 25:60-61; 31:10, 29; 35:27-28; 39:5;
(maumbile), si kwa mchezo, 21:16-17;
(ulimwengu), kwa siku sita, 7:54; 10:3; 11:7; 32:4; 57:4;
aliyeanzisha na atakayerejesha, 29:19-20;
jipya, 13:5; 14:48; 21:104;
la mwanaadamu, 3:6; 15:26; 23:12-14; 25:54; 32:7-9; 39:6; 55:14; 75:37-39; 96:2;
la mbingu na ardhi kubwa kuliko la wanaadamu, 40:57; 79:27;
la majini, 15:27; 55:15;
la mbingu na ardhi lilikuwa limeambatana, 21:30;
ni dhihirisho la haki, 15:85; 16:3; 45:22; 46:3; 39:5;
Piya tazama Viumbe.
Umma, bora, 2:143-144; 3:110;
mmoja, 21:92; 23:52-54.
Umoja wa Mwenyezi Mungu, 2:163; 6:19; 112:1-4.
Umra, 2:196.
Unyenyekevu, 6:42-43; 7:161; 57:16;
hata kwa vivuli, 13:15; 76:14.
Uoga wa binaadamu, 4:77.
Uombezi, 6:51, 70; 10:3; 19:87; 39:44; 43:86; 53:26.
Uovu, wataadhibiwa wanaopenda uenee, 24:19.
Upelelezi, dhana na usengenyaji, 49:12; 104:1.
Upepo - tazama Pepo.
Upotovu, 4:51-55, 123; 10:27-30; 26:221-226; 42:36-39;
huondolewa na wema, 13:22; 23:96; 41:34;
mwishowe ni kuzikadhibisha aya, 30:10;
ni uchochezi wa mashetani, 19:83;
ni dhulma ya shetani, 59:15-17;
si kurogwa, 15:15-16;
unaotokamana na nafsi zetu, 4:79;
unarudisha nyuma, 6:71;
utalipwa sawa, 6:160.
Upweke wa Mwenyezi Mungu, 2:163; 6:19; 112:1-4.
Urafiki, na makafiri, 3:28; 4:144; 5:57-58;
na watu wa kitabu, 5:51, 57-58.
Urathi - tazama Urithi.
Urithi, 2:180, 240; 4:7-9, 11-12, 19, 33, 176; 5:106-108.
Uruhubani, haukuandikwa katika Injili, 57:27.
Usengenyaji, dhana na upelelezi, 49:12; 104:1; 68:10-13.
Ushahidi, kwa wanawake wanaosingiziwa, 24:4-10;
mnapokopeshana, 2:282-283;
utatolewa na viungo, 36:65; 41:20-23;
wakati wa kuusia, 5:106-108.
Ushindi, aliopewa Mtume Muhammad, 48:1-3; 110:1-3;
tutakaopewa, 61:13.
Usiku, Mwenyezi Mungu anautia giza na kuuapia, 79:29; 92:1; 93:2;
wa Laylatul-Qadr, 97:1-5.
Utatu, 4:171; 5:72-73.
Utawa, 2:212;
kuepukana na tulioharamishwa, 5:93;
kufanya ihsani, 4:36;
kufuata mila ya nabii Ibrahimu, 4:125;
kumkumbuka Mwenyezi Mungu nyakati zote, 3:191-195;
kutoa tunavyovipenda, 3:92;
mpaka uukate mlima, 90:11-18;
sifa zake, 2:177; 3:16-17, 133-135;
wauzao nafsi zao kwa kutaka radhi, 2:207-208;
Piya tazama Masalih.
Utiifu, kwa Mwenyezi Mungu na Mtume wake, 3:132; 4:59, 64, 66, 80-81; 5:92; 8:20-25, 46; 24:51-52, 54, 56; 47:33.
Uzee, kurudishwa katika umri dhalili, 16:70; 22:5.
Uzeri, 9:30.
Uzza (sanamu), 53:19.
Viapo, 2:224-225; 24:22, 53;
kafara ya kufungua, 5:89; 66:2
tusimtii muapaji sana, 68:10;
tusivifanye ni njia ya kudanganyana, 16:94;
wanaoapa kujitenga na wake zao, 2:226-227.
Viapo vya Mwenyezi Mungu, Kwa, alfajiri, 74:34; 89:1;
ardhi na aliyeitandaza, 91:6;
farasi, 100:1;
haki yake, 4:65;
jua na muangaza wake, 91:1;
kalamu, 68:1;
kila kilichozaa na kilichozaliwa, 90:3;
kitabu, 43:2; 44:2;
malaika, 79:1;
masiku kumi, 89:2;
mbingu na kijacho usiku, 86:1;
mbingu zenye buruji, 85:1;
mbingu na aliyezijenga, 51:7; 91:5;
mchana, 91:3; 92:2; 93:1;
mji wa Makka, 90:1; 95:3;
mlima sinai, 95:2;
mwezi, 74:32; 91:2;
nafsi na aliyeitengeneza, 75:2; 91:7; 92:3;
nafsi yake, 4:65; 15:92; 16:56, 63; 19:68; 34:3; 51:23; 64:7;
nyota, 53:1; 81:15;
pepo, 51:1-4; 77:1-3;
Qurani, 36:2; 38:1;
shafi na witri, 89:3;
siku ya kiama, 75:1;
tini na zaytuni, 95:1;
usiku, 74:33; 89:4; 91:4; 92:1; 93:2;
zama, 103:1.
Vidole, kusawazishwa ncha zake, 75:4.
Vipote, vimekatazwa, 30:32; 42:13-14; 43:64-65; 45:17, 28.
Vita Vya, Badri, 3:13; 8:5-19, 41-48, 65-67;
Handaki (Ahzab), 33:9-27;
Huneini, 9:25-28;
Khaibar, 48:15;
Tabuk, 9:38-42, 43-59, 81-99, 117-122;
Uhudi, 3:121-128, 140-180.
Viumbe (maumbile), si kwa mchezo, 21:16-17;
aliyeanzisha na atakayerejesha, 10:4; 27:64; 29:19-20;
ni dhihirisho la haki, 44:39;
sababu ya kuumbwa, 51:56-58;
vimefanywa na maji, 21:30; 24:45;
vinamsujudia Mwenyezi Mungu, 16:48-50;
wapya, 17:49, 98; 35:16;
Piya tazama Umbo.
Viungo vitatoa ushahidi, 36:65; 41:20-23.
Vyakula, na kumcha Mwenyezi Mungu, 5:93;
vya halali na haramu, 2:168, 172-173; 5:1, 3-5, 87-88, 96; 6:118-119, 121, 145-146; 16:114-118;
Piya tazama Kula.
Wabaya, nyuso zao zitasunukishwa motoni, 27:90; 67:22.
Waddi (Sanamu), 71:23.
Wahyi (Ufunuo), 17:85-87; 40:15; 42:3, 7, 51-53.
alioteremshiwa nabii Musa na Isa, 2:87;
haki ya yakini, 69:50-51;
kila uma umejaaliwa sharia na njia yake, 5:48;
kubadili aya kwa aya, 16:101;
maonyo, rehema na uwongofu, 7:2, 203;
tusiwe na shaka, 6:114; 11:17;
tusome kwa jina la mola, 96:1;
umepitia kwa Jibrili, 16:102-103; 26:192-199; 81:19-21;
unaofutwa au kusahaulizwa, 2:106;
unapambanua haki, 86:11-14;
uteremsho wa Mwenyezi Mungu, 41:2-4, 6-8;
uwongozi wa Mwenyezi Mungu, 3:73;
wenye shaka watoe mfano wake, 2:23;
Piya tazama Kitabu na Qurani.
Waislamu wanaume na wanawake, wanaolingana, 33:35-36.
Wajibu, kutekeleza, 5:1.
Wakati, Mwenyezi Mungu anauapia, 103:1-3;
siku moja ni miaka elfu hamsini, 70:4;
ulimpitia binaadamu katika dahari, 76:1.
Wakeze Mtume, mabinti na wanawake wajihifadhi, 33:59-62;
ni haramu kwetu kuwaoa, 33:53
mtume amehalalishiwa, 33:50-52;
waulizwapo, 33:53-55;
si kama wanawake wengine, 33:28-34.
Wakristo - tazama Manasara.
Waliokufuru 2:28; 3:4, 86-91; 4:89;
baada ya kuamini, 16:106-109;
bidii zao zinapotea bure, 18:102-106;
hata wakitoa fidia haitapokelewa, 5:36-37;
hazitawafalia mali na watoto, 3:10-12, 116;
hubisha aya za Mwenyezi Mungu, 40:4-6;
hugeuza migongo yao wakati wa vita, 48:22-23;
husamehewa wanapowacha mabaya na kutubia, 8:38; 9:11;
hutoa mali zao kuzuilia watu njia ya Mwenyezi Mungu, 8:36;
ibada yao ilikuwa ni kuaga miunzi na kofi, 8:35;
kutofanya urafiki nao lakini kuwafanyia ihsani na uadilifu, 60:1-9;
kwa kufuata ya baba zao, 5:104;
kwa kukanusha alama za imani, 4:136;
kwa kumshirikisha Mwenyezi Mungu, 2:165-167; 5:73;
kwa kusema Mwenyezi Mungu ni masihi, 5:17, 72;
kwa ukaidi, 2:6-7; 3:90; 4:137;
marafiki wenyewe kwa wenyewe, 8:73;
na kuzuilia watu njia ya haki, 4:167;
na kudhulumu, 4:168;
nyoyo zao haziamini akhera, 6:113; 16:22; 83:11;
tujitenge na itikadi zao, 109:1-6;
tunahadithiwa sifa zao, 9:73-78; 14:3;
vitendo vyao ni kama mazigazi, 24:39;
wakafa hali ni makafiri, 2:161-162; 3:91;
waliangamizwa, 6:6;
waliokadhibisha na kuua waonyaji, 2:61; 3:21-22, 181-184;
waliwazuilia waislamu kwenda katika msikiti mtukufu, 48:25-26;
wamo katika majivuno na upinzani, 38:2-14;
wana matumaini ya kuingizwa peponi, 70:36-39;
wanadai hawatafufuliwa, 64:7;
wanavunja ahadi, 8:56;
wanaichukia haki, 43:78;
wanajadili yasiyokuwa na haki, 18:56-57;
wanaogopeshwa na waumini, 8:60-61;
wanaokadhibisha aya, 46:7-8; 64:10; 83:13; 84:21-22; 90:19;
wanaomba adhabu kutoka kwa Mwenyezi Mungu, 8:32-35;
wanaposomewa aya husema ni hadithi za watu wa kale, 8:31;
wanasema uwongo juu ya nafsi zao, 6:24;
wanatakabari, 19:73-82;
wanauza ahadi ya Mwenyezi Mungu, 3:77, 177;
waonja ubaya wa mambo yao, 64:5-6;
wasema mbona hakuteremshwa malaika, 6:8-9;
wataachwa wakitangatanga, 6:110;
watabeba mizigo (ya dhambi) maradufu, 16:25;
watafedheheshwa, 16:27;
wataikubali haki siku ya kiama, 6:28-30;
watarudishiana maneno wao kwa wao, 34:31-33;
watatamani lau wangalikuwa Waislamu, 15:2;
watategwa kwa vitimbi vyao, 52:35-44;
zilipinduliwa hila zao, 8:30.
Wanafiki, hawamuamini Mwenyezi Mungu na siku ya mwisho, 2:8;
hawana mashiko, 4:71-73, 141-143;
na mori wao, 2:204-206;
nyoyoni mwao mna maradhi, 2:10;
tabaka ya chini kabisa katika moto, 4:145;
tusifanye urafiki nao, 4:88-89;
viziwi, mabubu na vipofu, 2:17-18;
waharibifu, 2:11-12;
wakhiari upotofu kuliko uongofu, 2:16;
wanaamrisha mabaya na kukataza mazuri, 9:67-69;
wanadanganya nafsi zao, 2:8-9;
wanajiweka mbali na haki, 4:60-63;
wanakataa kwenda vitani, 3:167-168;
wanaogopa kudhihirishwa, 9:64-65;
wanaogopa kufa na kiza, 2:19-20;
waoga, waongo na wanafanya viapo vyao kuwa ngao, 58:14-19; 59:11-14; 63:1-4;
wapumbavu na wacheza shere, 2:13-15.
Wanaofanya hila mbaya, wameaminisha (?), 16:45-47.
Wanaopigana na Mwenyezi Mungu na Mtume wake, 5:33-34.
Wanaoritadi, 47:25.
Wanawake, kuwarithi na kuwatalaki, 4:19-21;
malipo kwa wanaowasingizia, 24:4-5, 11-20, 23-25;
mifano ya wanawake wema na waovu, 66:10-11;
ni kama konde zetu, 2:223;
tujitenge nao wakati wa hedhi, 2:222-223;
tulioharamishiwa kuoa, 4:22-24;
tusiowe wake walioolewa na baba zetu, 4:22;
tusiwadhulumu, 4:127;
tusiwaite wake zetu mama zetu, 58:1-3;;
waislamu wanaohama, 60:10-12;
wajihifadhi, 24:31;
wameumbwa katika nafsi moja, 4:1;
wanaofanya machafu miongoni mwao, 4:15;
wanaume ni walinzi wao, 4:34;
waovu kwa wanaume waovu, 24:26;
wema kwa wanaume wema, 24:26.
Wanyama, 6:138-140, 143-144;
bahira, saiba, wasila na hami hawakuharamishwa, 5:103;
faida yao kwa wanaadamu, 16:5-8;
ni umati kama sisi, 6:38.
Waqiah, S. 56.
Warumi, 30:2-5.
Wasabai, 2:62; 5:69; 22:17.
Washairi, 26:224-227; 36:69; 69:41.
"Washirika", Mwenyezi Mungu hana, 10:34-35, 66; 16:86; 28:62-64, 71-75; 30:40; 42:21.
Washirikina, ni najisi wasiukurubie msikiti mtukufu, 9:28.
Wasia, 2:180-182; 5:106-108.
Watoto, 2:233; 42:49-50.
Watu, imewakaribia hisabu nao wamo katika mghafala, 21:1-3;
mtawa anahishimiwa zaidi mbele ya Mwenyezi Mungu, 49:13;
tumeumbwa katika nafsi moja, 4:1; 39:6; 49:13;
umbile lao linawafikiana na Uislamu, 30:30;
watadhurika na jeuri zao, 10:23;
wote walikuwa kundi (dini) moja, 2:213; 10:19;
Wema - tazama Masalih na Utawa.
Waumini, daraja zao, 8:4;
furahini kwa biashara mnayofanya na Mwenyezi Mungu, 9:111; 61:10-11;
hawatadhuriwa, 3:111; 5:105;
hawatakuwa na khofu, 10:62;
hawataomba ruhusa kutoipigania dini, 9:43-45;
huthubutishwa na kauli thabiti, 14:27;
katika zama za Mitume, 2:62;
kusamehewa maovu yao, 29:7;
kuweni pamoja na wakweli, 9:119;
malaika ni vipenzi vyao, 41:30-31;
mcheni Mwenyezi Mungu, 3:102;
mcheni na tubuni kwa Mwenyezi Mungu, 5:35; 66:8;
mwenendo wao, 33:69-71; 48:29;
na saumu, 2:183-185;
na subira na sala, 2:153;
na kisasi, 2:178-179; 42:41;
na udhaifu wa imani, 4:97-100;
na kuua, 4:92-93;
na wasiofaa kuwa marafiki zao, 3:28; 4:144; 5:57-58;
ni marafiki wao kwa wao, 9:71;
ni warithi wa pepo, 23:10-11;
ni masidiki na mashahidi, 57:19;
nyoyo zao zinyenyekee kwa kumkumbuka Mwenyezi Mungu, 57:16;
shikamaneni wala musifarakane, 3:103;
sifa zao, 8:2-4; 9:71, 111-112; 10:104-106; 13:20-24, 28-29; 23:1-11, 57-61; 28:53-55; 32:15-17; 42:36-39; 49:7,15;
sote ni ndugu, 49:10;
tabia zao mbele ya mtume, 24:62-63;
wafanye suluhu baina yao, 49:9-10;
wajiepushe na dhana, upelelezi na kusengenyana, 49:12;
walioadhibiwa watafuzu, 85:6-11;
waliohama na wakapigania dini, 8:72, 74-75; 9:20;
waliotoa msaada na makao, 8:7;
walivyohalalishiwa na walivyoharamishiwa, 2:172-173;
wamtegemee Mwenyezi Mungu, 64:13;
wanaoamrisha mema na wakakataza maovu, 3:104, 110;
wanaombewa msamaha na malaika, 40:7-9;
wanaopigania dini, 4:95; 9:20-21, 88-89;
wanapohitilafiana, 4:59;
wanatahadharishwa na makafiri, 3:118-120, 196; 9:23-24; 60:13;
wanaushinda udhaifu, 8:65-66;
wanayakinishiwa ardhi ina wasaa, 29:55-57;
wapendana baina yao, 8:63;
wasaidizi wa kutangaza dini, 61:14;
waseme maneno mazuri, 17:53-55;
waseme wanayoyatenda, 61:2-3;
wasifanye jambo ila kwa ithibati, 4:94;
wasihuzunike sana wala wasifurahi sana, 57:23;
wasikae na wanaokadhibisha aya, 4:140; 6:68;
wasimamishe sala na watoe walivyoruzukiwa, 14:31;
wasiregee na kutaka suluhu, 47:35;
wasiulize yasiokuwa na haja, 5:101-102;
wasome na wafundishe, 9:122;
watafutiwa makosa yao, 47:2;
watakutanishwa na jamaa zao walioamini, 52:21;
watapata rehema, nuru na msamaha, 57:28;
watoe shahada kwa uadilifu, 5:8;
wawe watiifu na wavumilivu, 8:46;
wawe thabiti, 8:45.
Wazazi, kuwafanyia wema, 17:23; 29:8; 31:14-15; 46:15-18.
Wema, anaefanya atazidishiwa wema, 42:23;
huondoa ubaya, 23:96; 28:54; 41:34;
na ubaya, 4:79, 85;
unalipwa ujira mkubwa, 4:40;
unalipwa mara kumi, 6:160;
Piya tazama Utawa.
(Watu wema) - tazama Masalih.
Woga, 3:122.
Ya-sin, S. 36.
Yaaqubu, 2:132-133; 6:84; 19:49; 21:72.
Yaghutha (sanamu), 71:23.
Yahya, kuzawa kwake, 3:39; 21:90;
miongoni mwa watu wema, 6:85; 19:12-15.
Yakini, 31:34; 69:51; 102:5; 56:95.
Yalioharamishwa, kuharamisha yaliyo halali, 7:32;
matendo, 6:151-152; 7:33; 24:3.
Yathribu - tazama Madina.
Yauka (sanamu), 71:23.
Yunus, S. 10.
Yunusi, 4:163; 6:86; 10:98; 37:139-148;
(Dhun-nun), 21:87;
(mmezwa na chewa), 68:48-50.
Yusuf, S. 12.
Yusufu, 6:84;
alifanywa mtazamaji wa khazina Misri, 12:55-57;
aliifasiri ndoto ya mfalme, 12:43-54;
alikutana na ndugu zake, 12:58-93;
alikutanishwa na jamii yake yote, 12:94-101;
alinunuliwa Misri, 12:21;
alioteshwa, 12:4-6;
aliuzwa, 12:19-20;
kisa chake adhimu, 12:4-101;
maisha yake gerezani, 12:35-42;
mke wa bwana wake alimtamani, 12:22-29;
ndugu zake walimuonea wivu, 12:7-10;
ndugu zake walimfanyia hila, 12:11-18;
wanawake wa mjini walimdhania kuwa ni malaika, 12:30-34.
Zaid bin Harith, 33:37-38.
Zaka, 2:43; 4:162; 5:55;
namna ya kugawanya, 2:177.
Zaka (na sadaka), 2:3, 110, 177, 195, 215, 219, 254, 261-265, 267, 272, 274, 277; 3:92, 134; 13:22; 30:39; 41:6-7; 57:7, 10-11, 18; 63:10; 64:16-17; 73:20;
maana yake, 51:19;
wanaostahiki, 2:273; 9:60.
Zakaria, 3:37-41; 6:85; 19:2-11; 21:89:90.
Zakkum (chakula cha watu wa motoni), 17:60; 37:62-67; 44:43-46; 56:52.
Zanjabila (kinywaji cha peponi), 76:17.
Zeinab (mke wa Mtume Muhammad), 33:37.
Zeituni, 23:20; 24:35; 95:1.
Zilzal, S. 99.
Zina, 17:32; 24:2-3, 4-10.
Zukhruf, S. 43.
Zumar, S. 39.