Meanings Of Juz Amma - A Detailed CommentarySold Out
Juz' Amma is the last of thirty equally divided sections of the Quran, and is comprised of its final 36 chapters (Surah 78 to Surah 114). Juz' Amma is named after its very first word ('amma / عمّ), and is the most popularly memorized section of the Qur'an due to its brief chapters and concise verses.
This juz' was almost entirely revealed during the Prophet's ﷺ years in Makkah, and hence its narrative focuses on centralizing the Divine in the hearts of the believers, attaching their hearts to the events of the Last Day, and ingraining in them perseverance through trials and excellence of character.
This commentary on Juz' Amma was transcribed then translated from the audio recordings of the late scholar and jurist, Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Salih al-'Uthaymeen.
Its clear language and intertexual method (explaining the Quran with other Quranic passages) makes it an ideal resource for anyone seeking to better comprehend what they recite in prayer, develop their Quranic vocabulary, and become familiar with the fundamental principles of traditional Quranic exegesis.