In the Quran, Surah Jinn is the 72nd surah. It is a Meccan surah, with 28 verses. The surah takes its name from Verse 28, which mentions the jinn. This surah has several themes, including the existence of jinn, the power of God, and the Day of Judgment. In addition, the surah teaches that humans should not put their trust in anyone but God.
It is a short surah consisting of only 28 verses. The word jinn is mentioned in the Quran a total of 29 times. The word jinn comes from the Arabic root janna, meaning to hide or be hidden.
Jinn are beings made of smokeless fire. They are invisible to us but can take on any form they please. Jinn are mentioned several times in the Quran, most notably in Surah 72. In this surah, we are told the story of how the jinn overheard the Quran being recited and believed in it, while the humans rejected it.
The jinn are an important part of Islamic belief and mythology. They are often portrayed as evil beings who tempt humans into doing wrong. However, there are also many stories of jinn who are friendly and helpful to humans.