There are numerous direct questions asked in the Great Qur'an which are full of wisdom. These are but a few examples:
"Thinketh he (mankind) that none hath power over him?" XC:5
"Thinketh he that none beholdeth him? Have we not made for him a pair of eyes? And a tongue and a pair of lips? And shown him the two highways? But he had made no haste on the path that is steep. And what will explain to thee the path that is steep?" XC:7â€‘12
"Is not Allah the wisest of Judges?" XCV:8
"Knoweth he not thatAllah doth see?" XCVI:14
This is another evidence of the commanding language of this Miraculous Divine Book. It provides comfort, assurance and confidence to the reader of the Glorious Qur'an that these words are expressed from an All authoritative and Allâ€‘superior Source, Who is in absolute control, and that things are in complete check at all times and all places throughout the universe. And it renders the reader a sense of security should he/she totally depend on Him, His mercy, His judgement, His sustenance, His ability and might, His justice, His protection, and effectively submit him/herself to His Will (the true meaning of Islam).
A few more examples are:
"Is it you that cause it to grow, or are We the causers of growth?" LVI: 64
"Who is then more unjust than one who forges a lie against Allah or rejects His communications?..." VII:37
"Do they who work evil think that they will escape Us?..." XXIX:4
"...Do you then believe in a part of the Book and disbelieve in the other?..." IL:85
"What! Did you then think that We had created you in vain and that you shall not be returned to Us?" XXIII:115
In addition to these types of questions, there are as many as 976 inter rogative statements, for example with what?, for what?, in what?, from what?, from whom?, for whom?, on whom?, and others such as then what?, then who?, like what?, and like who? etc. in the Noble Qur'an.