Tafseer of Surahs Mulk and Waqiah: Wednesdays from 17th July 2019 : 9.30am to 11.30am (#TMW39)


Tafseer of Surahs Mulk and Waqi`ah

Taught by Moulana Muaadth Allie

Enhance your ability to better worship Allah SWT

through the Tafseer of Surah al-Mulk and al-Waqi’ah.

Course outline:

  1. Word for word translation of every verse
  2. Cross-referencing with related verses and prophetic traditions
  3. Provide historical context where applicable
  4. Detailed commentary accompanied by the scholarly conclusions of leading Mufassirūn [Qurānic exegetes]
  5. Extraction of life lessons and themes
  6. Group discussions where applicable

Virtues of Surah Mulk and Surah Waqi’ah:

There are a number of chapters of the Qurān that the conscientious Muslim recites regularly for the fulfillment of various aims and objectives.

In this section of our Tafsīr course we will focus on two surahs which will guarantee regular reciters with the goodness of this world and the hereafter, In sha Allah

The first is sūrah al-Wāqi`ah which is reported to protect against poverty and ensure the fulfilment of material needs.

The second is sūrah al-Mulk which the Messenger of Allāh [peace be upon him] tells us will safeguard against punishment in the grave and ensure successful representation on the Day of Judgment.

(The regular recitation, acceptance and practice of) chapter Tabārak prevents punishment in the grave.

The contents of these sūrahs comprise essential knowledge regarding the attainment of success and the avoidance of failure in this Earthly Realm and the Afterlife.

Sūrah al-Wāqi`ah is filled with dire warnings of impending suffering, the news of which alone had turned grey the hair of the Messenger of Allāh [peace be upon him]. It details the three types of humans and their outcome from the time of death onward.

Sūrah al-Mulk is focused on detailing the power of Allāḥ via His creation. It is essentially a call towards belief in Allāh and focusing on pleasing Him in all our endeavors



Abū al-Shaykh in Ṭabaqāt al-Aṣbahāniyyīn: 264 There is a chapter in the Qurān that comprises thirty verses and which intercedes on behalf of the individual until he is forgiven.

It is Tabārakal ladhī bi yadihil mulk. Tirmidhī: 2891, Abū Dāwūd: 1400 and Ibn Mājah: 3786 (The following sūrahs) have given me grey hairs: “Hūd, al-Wāqi`ah, al-Mursalāt, `Amma yata-sā’alūn and Idhash shamsu kuwwirat. Tirmidhī: 2892, Aḥmad: 14249 and Dārimī: 3411

Whosoever recites al-Wāqi`ah every night will never suffer poverty (and need). Bayhaqī in Shu`ab al-Īmān: vol. 2, p. 491

The importance of understanding the Quran

The importance of understanding the Quran

The Quran has been described by Muslim scholars in both poetry and prose as an ocean without shores. This is because scholars do not get tired of its study. Every examination of its verses produces new understandings previously hidden from discovery.

The Qurān speaks to the unsophisticated just as it speaks to the brilliant. Each walk away with a valid understanding peculiar to their level of education and grasp. No individual, nation or even humanity at large develops their knowledge base except that they discover new meanings to the Qurān inspired by these advancements.

The Qurān never lags behind and instead stays on par with the individual. It is, in fact, always ahead of us and waiting for us to catch up so that we can enter new dimensions of consciousness. As such, when one enters the medium of the Qurān, one has entered an ocean of infinite development and discovery, the pleasures of which will never come to an end.

The Qurān is the constitution of all Muslims and their guidebook through life, and so they are all required to be acquainted with its basic message and directives. This is only achievable via regular contact with the Quran such as that made during its recital, study, practice or propagation.

To do otherwise is to have abandoned the Qurān and the lifestyle that it calls towards.

Course includes

  • Access to all 8 sessions
  • Student pack containing: book, pen and folder
  • All printed notes or course booklet
  • Certificate on successful completion

About the Instructor:

Moulana Muaadth Allie

Read bio and testimonials

Read bio and testimonials

Moulana Muaadth Allie is the Director and founder of The Sakinah Foundation, Co-Imam at the Castle Town Road Masjid, Graduate of Darul Ulum Newcastle (KZN). Marriage counsellor, Cape Town Muslim Events and The Knowledge Zone resident lecturer, Jumuah lecturer all around Western Cape & Free-lance Islamic / Spiritual adviser. Teaching since 1998


  • The classes was well organised, very informative, great time and the instructor was also very entertaining.
  • Moulana made the class exceptionally easy to understand and kept the class interesting with his engagement with the class. His knowledge of the topics discussed were also really vast and I appreciated the fact that he often made examples during discussions to ease our understanding.
  • The instructor was knowledgable and made classes run by adding some humour.
  • Mln Allie has a great abundance of knowledge. Every class was very informational. Well planned and classically funny.
  • Overall result of the course was really informative and helpful and relatable. Thoroughly enjoyed it.

Dates & Times:

  • Wednesdays
  • Starts 17th July 2019
  • Ends 4th September 2019
  • [8 weeks]
  • 9.30am to 11.30am


  • 2 payments of R250.00 per month per person
  • or once off R450.00 per person


The Knowledge Zone / The Deen Store – 541 Lansdowne Rd. Lansdowne (See map here)

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Our Instructors are among the best. We are determined to provide our students with instructors who take professionalism, effectiveness and expertise to the max. Along with tremendous knowledge, our instructors are also engaging and exciting, so that our courses will provide you with some of the most interesting days you’ve ever spent learning Islam. In sha Allah

About us

About us

Cape Town Muslim Events Education department (The Knowledge Zone) has been around officially since 2011. Over the past few years, thousands of students have studied with us. Our aim is to deliver outstanding education that enriches people’s lives underpinned by an Islamic ethos and to make traditional Islamic education accessible and relevant.

O Allah, I ask Thee for BENEFICIAL KNOWLEDGE, acceptable action, and good provision.” (Al-Tirmidhi).