Surah Qamar is the 54th chapter of the Quran. It was revealed in Medina and is named after the surah’s subject matter, the moon. The surah has 55 verses and is the second longest surah in the Quran after Surah al-Baqarah.
The surah opens with a description of the splitting of the moon.
Surah Qamar is the 54th surah of the Quran. It has 96 verses and is one of the longer surahs of the Quran. The name of the surah comes from the word “qamar” which means “moon”.
The surah is named after the first word of the surah which is “qamar”. The surah is about the signs of Allah and how the disbelievers will be destroyed. The surah starts off with the story of the moon being split in two.
This is a sign for the disbelievers. The surah then goes on to talk about the Day of Judgment and how the disbelievers will be destroyed. The surah ends with a warning to the disbelievers.