In the Quran, Surah Haqqah is the 69th surah. It has 52 verses and was revealed in Mecca. The surah takes its name from the word haqqah in the first verse.
This word appears twice in the Quran, and both times in this surah. This surah is a Makkan surah. It is generally believed to have been revealed in the later part of the Makkan period, after Surah al-Ma’un.
It is one of the shortest surahs in the Quran. In this surah, Allah describes the Day of Judgment. On that day, everyone will be brought forth for judgment.
The unbelievers will be sent to Hell, and the believers will be sent to Paradise. Allah also describes the rewards of Paradise and the punishments of Hell. In Paradise, the believers will have everything they desire.
They will be surrounded by beautiful women and will drink delicious wine.
In the name of Allah, the most Beneficent, the most Merciful. “Haqqah” (Arabic: حَقَّةٌ) is the 69th chapter (surah) of the Qur’an with 52 verses (ayat). It is a Meccan surah.
The title of the surah is derived from the first word of the surah. The theme of the surah is the Day of Judgment. It describes the Day of Judgment in various ways, such as the Day when people will be resurrected from their graves, the Day when the Heavens will be rolled up, the Day when the Sun will be brought close to the earth, and the Day when people will be judged according to their deeds.