Glossary of Jinn Verses from the Quran

1. Surah Al-Jinn (Chapter 72, Verses 1-28)

   This surah highlights the story of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) encountering a group of Jinn who were captivated by the recitation of the Quran. The verses describe the Jinn’s acknowledgment of the Prophet’s message and their submission to Allah.

2. Surah Al-A’raf (Chapter 7, Verse 179)

   In this verse, Allah mentions that there are among the Jinn those who have been guided and those who have deviated from the right path, emphasizing that they, like humans, possess free will and the ability to choose their actions.

3. Surah Al-Hijr (Chapter 15, Verse 27)

   This verse mentions the creation of Jinn before the creation of humans. Allah states that He created Jinn from smokeless fire.

4. Surah Al-Kahf (Chapter 18, Verse 50)

   In this verse, Prophet Musa (Moses) mentions the presence of Jinn among the people who followed his guidance. He warns them about the consequences of associating partners with Allah and reminds them that Jinn, like humans, are accountable for their deeds.

5. Surah An-Naml (Chapter 27, Verses 39-40)

   These verses recount the story of Prophet Solomon and his control over the Jinn. Allah bestowed upon Solomon the ability to communicate with and command the Jinn, who willingly served him.

6. Surah Saba (Chapter 34, Verse 12)

   In this verse, Allah describes how Prophet Solomon was blessed with authority over the wind and the Jinn, who worked under his command to fulfill various tasks assigned to them.

7. Surah Al-An’am (Chapter 6, Verse 100)

   This verse asserts that the Jinn, like humans, are created with the ability to understand and believe in Allah. They too will be held accountable for their actions on the Day of Judgment.

8. Surah Al-A’raf (Chapter 7, Verse 38)

   This verse mentions that Iblis (Satan) was from the Jinn and that he refused to prostrate to Adam when commanded by Allah, leading to his expulsion from Paradise.

Note: The Jinn verses listed here provide a glimpse into the references about Jinn in the Quran. The Quran contains additional mentions of Jinn and their interactions with humans, providing insight into their existence, capabilities, and relationship with Allah and humankind.