Meccan sura

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The Meccan suras are the suras that Muslims believe were shown to Muhammad when he was in Mecca.[1] They are usually shorter than the Medinan suras and are usually placed after them in the Qur'an.[2]

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  2. "Edgecomb, Kevin P. "Chronological Order of Quranic Surahs". Accessed 14 July 2013".