المزمل
73. Al-Muddassir
Orang yang Berkemul
The Enshrouded One
المزمل BAHASA
المزمل ENGLISH
Sūrat al-Muzzammil (Arabic: سورة المزمل‎, “The Enshrouded One”, “Bundled Up”, “Enfolded”) is the seventy-third chapter of the Qur'an. The Sura contains 20 ayat, or verses, which are recognized by Muslims as the word of Allah (God). Al-Muzzammil takes its name from the reference to the Islamic prophet Muhammad, in his cloak praying at night, in the opening verses of the Sura. Many commentators claim that “The Enfolded One” is a name for Muhammad, used throughout the Qur'an. In the beginning of this Sura, Allah prepares Muhammad for an important revelation. In preparation for this revelation, Allah loosens the strict regulation on night prayer. Muhammad is then instructed to be patient for the disbelievers will be punished in Hell, as exemplified by a story of Pharaoh’s punishment.
Surah Al-Muddassir (bahasa Arab:المدشّر) adalah surah ke-74 dalam al-Qur'an. Surah ini tergolong surah Makkiyah terdiri atas 56 ayat, diturunkan setelah surat Al Muzzammil. Dinamai Al Muddatstsir (Orang yang berkemul) diambil dari perkataan Al Muddatstsir yang terdapat pada ayat pertama surat ini.