Juz 6 Quran is the sixth part of the Quran. In this article, we will be looking at the summary, theme, all photos, as well as free PDF for this juz.
Where Does Juz 6 Start?
Juz 6 start from verse 148 of Surah An- Nisaa’. The verse talks about the permission to utter evil in public, for one who was wronged. The full verse in Arabic is:
لَّا يُحِبُّ ٱللَّهُ ٱلۡجَهۡرَ بِٱلسُّوٓءِ مِنَ ٱلۡقَوۡلِ إِلَّا مَن ظُلِمَۚ وَكَانَ ٱللَّهُ سَمِيعًا عَلِيمًا
Allah does not like the public mention of evil except by one who has been wronged. And ever is Allah Hearing and Knowing.
Where Does Juz 6 End?
Juz 6 end at the first part of Surah Al-Ma’ida to verse 81. The last ayat in this juz is
وَلَوۡ كَانُواْ يُؤۡمِنُونَ بِٱللَّهِ وَٱلنَّبِىِّ وَمَآ أُنزِلَ إِلَيۡهِ مَا ٱتَّخَذُوهُمۡ أَوۡلِيَآءَ وَلَٰكِنَّ كَثِيرًا مِّنۡهُمۡ فَٰسِقُونَ
And if they had believed in Allah and the Prophet and in what was revealed to him, they would not have taken them as allies; but many of them are defiantly disobedient.
Juz 6 PDF
Here is the color coded PDF of Quran juz 6 along transliteration and translation.
Which Surah Is Juz 6?
There are only two surahs in juz 6. It contains parts of two chapters of the Quran: the last part of Surah An-Nisaa (from verse 148 to 176) and the first part of Surah Al-Ma’ida (from verse 1 to 81).
Read the full juz here, with it’s translation and audio.
Theme Of Juz 6 Quran
Having previously refuted the People of the Book and their beliefs with regards to Isa (Jesus) and his mother Maryam (Mary), Allah now expands on how the People of the Book went wrong.
It tells us of how Isa was raised to Allah rather than being crucified on the cross and how the same message was preached by Isa as it was by the Prophet Muhammad SAW.
In detailing their relationship with Allah and their Prophets, we find lessons for us. The final ayah is on inheritance law, exemplifying that social guidance cannot be separated from one’s belief.
The Juz’ continues with the Surah alMa’idah (The Table Spread), the fifth Surah of the Qur’an.
The Surah is named after the spread of food that was requested by the disciples of Isa – and its crowning ayah (3) is Allah’s declaration that Islam is perfect and His Favor upon us is now complete.
Summary Of Quran Juz 6
Believing in Some Prophets and Rejecting Others is Pure Kufr
Allah threatens those who disbelieve in Him and in His Messengers, such as the Jews and Christians, who differentiate between Allah and His Messengers regarding faith.
They believe in some Prophets and reject others, following their desires, lusts and the practices of their forefathers. They do not follow any proof for such distinction, because there is no such proof. Rather, they follow their lusts and prejudices.
The stubbornness and crimes of the Jews.
Some foods were made unlawful for the jews because of their injustice and wrongdoing.
For the wrongdoing of the Jews, We made unlawful for them certain good foods which had been lawful for them ـ and for their hindering many from Allah’s way. Surah Nisa 160
Allah states that because of the injustice and transgression of the Jews, demonstrated by committing major sins, He prohibited some of the lawful, pure things which were previously allowed for them.
Revelation came to Prophet Muhammad, just as it came to the Prophets before him.
Prohibiting the people of the book from going to extremes in religion. Allah says;
O People of the Scripture! Do not exceed the limits in your religion, Surah Nisa 171
Allah forbids the People of the Scriptures from going to extremes in religion, which is a common trait of theirs, especially among the Christians.
The Prophets and Angels are never too proud to worship Allah. Allah says;
Al-Masih will never be too proud to be a servant of Allah, nor the angels who are the near (to Allah). Surah Nisa 172
The description of the revelation that came from Allah. Allah says;
O mankind! Verily, there has come to you a convincing proof from your Lord; Nisa 174
Allah informs all people that a plain, unequivocal proof has come to them from Him. One that eradicates all possibility of having an excuse, or falling prey to evil doubts.
The Animals that are unlawful to eat. Allah says;
Forbidden to you (for food) are:Al-Maytah (the dead animals), blood, Surah Ma’idah verse 3.
Allah informs His servants that He forbids consuming the mentioned types of foods, such as the Maytah, which is the animal that dies before being properly slaughtered or hunted.
Allah forbids this type of food due to the harm it causes, because of the blood that becomes clogged in the veins of the dead animal.
Therefore, the Maytah is harmful, religiously and physically, and this is why Allah has prohibited it.
The order to perform wudu, Allah said,
O you who believe! When you stand for (intend to offer) the Salah, Ma’idah verse 6.
Allah commanded performing Wudu for the prayer. This is a command of obligation in the case of impurity, and in the case of purity, it is merely a recommendation.
Reminding the believers of the bounty of the message and Islam.
Allah reminds His believing servants of His bounty by legislating this glorious religion and sending them this honorable Messenger.
He also reminds them of the covenant and pledges that He took from them to follow the Messenger, support and aid him, implement his Law and convey it on his behalf, while accepting it themselves.
Explaining the truth through the messenger and the Qur’an. Allah states that He sent His Messenger Muhammad with the guidance and the religion of truth to all the people of the earth, the Arabs and non-Arabs, lettered and unlettered.
Allah also states that He sent Muhammad with clear evidences and the distinction between truth and falsehood.
The story of Habil (Abel) and Qabil (Cain). Allah describes the evil end and consequence of transgression, envy and injustice in the story of the two sons of Adam, Habil and Qabil.
One of them fought against the other and killed him out of envy and transgression, because of the bounty that Allah gave his brother and because the sacrifice that he sincerely offered to Allah was accepted.
The murdered brother earned forgiveness for his sins and was admitted into Paradise,while the murderer failed and earned a losing deal in both the lives.
The necessity of cutting off the hand of the thief. Allah says;
And (as for) the male thief and the female thief, cut off their hands, surah Ma’idah verse 38
Allah commands and decrees that the hand of the thief, male or female be cut off.
During the time of Jahiliyyah, this was also the punishment for the thief, and Islam upheld this punishment.
In Islam, there are several conditions that must be met before this punishment is carried out, as we will come to know, Allah willing.
There are other rulings that Islam upheld after modifying these rulings, such as that of blood money for example.
Praising the Qur’an; the command to refer to the Qur’an for Judgment.
Allah mentioned the Tawrah that He sent down to His Prophet Musa, the one whom He spoke directly to, praising it, commanding that it should be implemented, before it was abrogated.
Allah then mentioned the Injil, praised it and commanded its people to adhere to it and follow it, as we stated. He next mentioned the Glorious Qur’an that He sent down to His honorable servant and Messenger.
The prohibition of taking the Jews, Christians and enemies of Islam as friends.
O you who believe! Do not take friends from the Jews and the Christians, as they are but friends of each other. Verse 51
Allah forbids His believing servants from having Jews and Christians as friends, because they are the enemies of Islam and its people, may Allah curse them.
Threatening to replace the believers with another people if they revert from Islam.
Allah emphasizes His mighty ability and states that whoever reverts from supporting His religion and establishing His Law, then Allah will replace them with whomever is better, mightier and more righteous in Allah’s religion and Law.
Commanding the Prophet to convey the message; promising Him immunity and protection. Allah says;
O Messenger! Convey what has been sent down to you from your Lord. Ma’idah verse 67
Allah addresses His servant and Messenger Muhammad by the title `Messenger’ and commands him to convey all that He has sent him, a command that the Prophet has fulfilled in the best manner.
There is no salvation except through Faith in the Qur’an. The prohibition of shirk (polytheism) and exaggeration in the religion.
Allah admonishes those who take up rivals with Him and worship the idols, monuments and false deities. Allah states that such false deities do not deserve any degree of Divinity.
What Do We Learn From Juz’ 6?
- A large portion of al-Mā’idah, one of the last Surahs to be revealed, is taken up with a discussion of contract law and the promises that we give in our lives.
- Al-Mā’idah mentions 18 rules and regulations not found anywhere else in the Qur’an.
- The Surah begins by detailing foods that are unlawful and some types that are lawful.
- The ayah concerning wudu (ablution) which mentions its obligations and the obligations of ghusl (ritual bath).
- One must bear witness for the sake of Allah and one must always be fair even with people one hates.
- The ruling of one who does not judge by Allah’s law. Rebutting the Christian belief in Islam and giving them the opportunity to repent.
What Page Is The Start Of Juz 6?
Juz 6 start from page 102 and end at the middle of page 121. There are 20 pages in this juz. The photos of these pages are: