Surah 17. Al-Israa

1-1 Allah took Muhammad (pbuh) on a tour of the universe

2-10 Allah fulfilled the prophecy made in the Holy Book of the Israelites that they will create mischief in the land twice and each time they will be punished and Al-Quran guides to the perfectly Straight Way

11-14 The book of his own deeds shall be given to each individual on the Day of Judgement

15-17 He that seeks guidance does so to his own good and he who goes astray does so to his own loss

18-22 He that desires the transitory things of this life is given here, but in the hereafter he shall be condemned to hell

23-30 Some commandments of Allah for the believers including proper behavior with parents, relatives, and the community at large

31-40 The commandments continue

41-44 If there were other gods besides Allah, they would have tried to dethrone Him

45-52 Belief in the hereafter is necessary to understand Al-Quran and Hereafter is Life after death

53-55 Believers should speak only good words

56-57 Invented gods have no power to relieve you from any distress

58-60 Why the signs are not sent to Muhammad (pbuh) like prior prophets

61-65 Shaitan, his enmity with human beings, and his vow to seduce them

66-70 Allah has provided conveyance for you on land and sea

71-72 Accountability of every community and its leaders

73-77 No compromise is allowed in matters of Islamic law and principles

78-84 Five times daily Salah (prayers) and and extra prayer called Tahajjud for the Holy Prophet and Al-Quran is a healing and mercy for the believers

85-88 Ar-Ruh (Spirit) is at the command of Allah and No one can produce a Quran like this

89-93 In Al-Quran Allah has used different methods to make people understand His Message

94-100 Allah has sent a human Rasool to human beings; if the dwellers of earth had been Angels, Allah would have sent and angel as a Rasool and Only disbelievers can doubt life after death

101-104 Musa was given NINE signs; people still did not believe him

105-111 Al-Quran is revealed in truth and with the truth it has come dow in sections to suit each occasion, for easy deliberation Offer Salah neither too loud nor too low a voice, adopt the middle course