Mursalat is the 77th surah of the Qur’an. It is a Meccan surah consisting of 50 verses. The surah takes its name from the word “mursalat” in the first verse.
Mursalat is generally translated as “emissaries” or “messengers”. The surah addresses the disbelievers who mock the Quran and the Prophet Muhammad. It describes the fate of those who reject the message of Islam.
Surah Mursalat is one of the most beautiful surahs in the Quran. It is short, yet packed with beautiful meaning and lessons. The surah starts with a powerful statement: “Those who disbelieve have sealed their hearts and hearing, and over their vision is a veil. They will have a painful punishment.”
This is a powerful reminder for us that those who do not believe in Allah and His message will be punished in the hereafter. They have sealed their hearts and hearing, and their vision is veiled. They will not be able to see the truth or hear the truth.
The surah then goes on to list the signs of Allah that will be seen on the Day of Judgment. These signs are so powerful that they will leave the disbelievers in complete shock.