Surah At-Tawbah

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Sura 9 of the Quran
ٱلتَّوْبَة
At-Tawbah
The Repentance
ClassificationMedinan
Other namesBara'ah ("Repudiation")
PositionJuzʼ 10 to 11
Hizb no.19 to 21
No. of Rukus16
No. of verses129
No. of Sajdahsnone
No. of words2498
Opening muqaṭṭaʻātAlif Lam Meem
← Quran 8

Surah At-Tawbah (Arabic: سورة التوبة , "Repentance"), also known as Surah Bar'ah or Bar'at (Rejection) is the ninth surah of the Muslim religious book, the Qur'an . This Surah was revealed in Medina and has 129 verses. Arabic repentance means forgiveness. It is called Surah Tawba, because it describes the acceptance of Muslims' repentance. The other name of the surah is Bara'at - it is called Bara'at because it refers to the separation of the disbelievers from the disbelievers and their release from responsibility.

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