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The number of surahs is 37, the number of verses is 564, and the word count is 2423.
It is so called because it begins with Surat al-Naba 'that begins with the word uncle.
It contains 37 surah’s which are from the short surah’s and the main focus of this surah and the part in general is that the hereafter is for God Almighty and O mankind, be connected to your Lord in obedience to God Almighty because the matter is all in the hands of God and this part reminds of the hereafter and the return and the encounter of God Almighty and his power in the universe and all this It comes in short, impressive and thin surah’s. Note that this part contains Surat Al-Alaq and Surat Al-Nasr, while the first is a ushering in the beginning of the message and the call.
Read in the name of your Lord who created.
The second surah, meaning Surat Al-Nasr, is the end of the message, and the obituary of the Messenger.
This is how the Surah’s of the 30th part of the Qur’an are as if every surah in it summarizes one of the goals mentioned in the previous twenty-nine parts with a reminder of the Hereafter and of meeting God Almighty so that none of us forget that applying this method is an obligation on Muslims and that they will be held accountable for this on the Day of Resurrection.
It is the hands of God Almighty to reckon with what they have provided and supported this religion, what they have done in their life in this world, and what they have applied from the teachings, legislation and ethics of this religion in their lives and in their dealings with other people.