Signs of Surat Al-Hadid

Surat Al-Hadid is the 57th surah of the Qur’an. It is in the Juzʼ number 27. Hadid in Arabic means ‘Iron’. This surah contains 29 verses, four Rukus, 575 words and 2,475 letters.

In fact, the opening verses present twenty divine attributes.

Then, the chapter proceeds with the grandeur of the Holy Qur’an, the states of believers and hypocrites on the Day of Resurrection.

It also discusses accounts of former nations, spending in the Cause of Allah for the establishment of social justice, critique of monasticism, and social seclusion.

Episodes of Reason

In this episode number seven of the program “Reason”, the famous Egyptian geologist Dr. Zaghloul El-Naggar explains some of the signs founds in the truthful verses of Surat Al-Hadid.