Sūrat al-Aʻlā (, “The Most High”, “Glory To Your Lord In The Highest”) is the eighty-seventh sura of the Qur'an with 19 ayat. Al-A'la describes the Islamic view of existence, the Oneness of Allah, and Divine revelation, additionally mentioning rewards and punishments. Mankind often hides things from each other and from themselves as well. The sura reminds us that Allah knows the things that are declared and things that lie hidden. The final verse of this Sura affirms that a similar message was also revealed to Abraham and Moses in their scriptures.
Surat Al-A'lā is among the most recited suras in the Jummah and Witr prayers.
This sura is a Al-Musabbihat sura because it beings with the glorification of Allah.