Surah al-Kahf is the eighteenth sura and the Qur'anic verses of the Qur'an, which is located in the fifteenth and sixteenth Quran. Cave means the cave, and because of this reason the name of this sura is located in the story of the companions of the cave. In this surah, people are advised to believe in the truth and do good deeds. Also in Surah al-Kahf, it is stipulated that God does not have children. The story of the companions of the cave, the story of Moses and the verses of the servants of God (Khidr) and the story of Zul Qarenin, are one of the most important narratives in this chapter. It was said that Surah al-Kaff was revealed when some Quraysh wanted to learn from the Jews and to test the Prophet's (pbuh). These were the questions of the three told story and the time of the resurrection.
From the famous verses of Sura al-Kahf, verse 50, the story of the prostration of angels afflicting Adam and defiling the devil. About the virtue of the recite of Surah al-Kahf, there are many traditions, including the prophet (pbuh), that when the Qur'a'ah descended, seventy thousand angels cried it and filled the greatness of this sura with heaven and earth. Whosoever reads this surah on Friday, Allah will spread His sins until Friday and give him a light that flows to heaven and preserves the sedition of the Antichrist.