Sūrat ad-Dukhān (Arabic: سورة الدخان, "Smoke") is the 44th chapter (sura) of the Quran with 59 verses. The first verse is one of Quran's Muqatta'at, the letter combinations that appear in the beginning of some chapters. Verse 37 mentions the people of Tubba, interpreters explain that this refers to the people of Sheba. The word dukhan, meaning 'smoke', is mentioned in verse 10. It
Sūrat Quraysh (Arabic: سورة قريش, "The Quraysh") is the 106th chapter of the Qur'an. It is a Meccan sura consisting of 4 ayat. The Surah has been so entitled after the word Quraish in the first verse. The Holy Prophet (S) said that the one who recites this Surah will get the reward of ten times the number of people performing Tawaaf and I’tekaaf.
The four Qul surahs are four selected surahs in the Holy Quran known as protection surahs. Why it is called four Qul is due to the fact that they all start with the Arabic word "Qul" which means "say". Below are the four Qul surahs in action along with translations. ﷽ Chapter 109 – Surah Al-Kafiroun ( The