List Of Sura's

Al-Fatah (The Victory)

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In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful

Our Prophet (PBH), through the very first revelation of the Quran, was ordered:
“Recite in the name of your Fosterer…” (Chapter 96: Verse 1) and the name of his and our Fosterer is Allah (SWT), as is evident from the very first verse of the first chapter of the Quran:
“Praise is due only for Allah (SWT), the Fosterer of the worlds”. (Chapter 1: Verse 1)
In view of this order of Allah (SWT), we should recite/read before starting the recitation or reading of the Holy Quran which is a part of the Quran, occurring at the beginning of 113 out of 114 chapters of the Quran and also as part of verse No. 30 of chapter 27 of the Quran. Through Chapter 16: Verse 98, Allah Taala further orders:
“So when you recite/read the Quran, seek the protection of Allah from the accursed devil”.
This means that we are required to pray; (Aoozu Billahi min Ash shaitaanir Rajeem) meaning: “I seek the protection of Allah from the accursed devil”, even before reciting or reading: (Bismillahir Rahmaanir Raheem)

Shuru Allah ke naam se jo hum per taras kha ker faida pahunchane wala hai

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We certainly opened for you (a way by giving you) a clear victory,
According to some authorities these verses refer to the ‘Treaty of Hudibiya’ (6H) while others argue that they refer to the conquest of Makkah (8H). It is possible that collectively they refer to both.

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that Allah may protect you from (every) sin of yours which you (could) send in advance and which you (could) leave behind and complete His favour on you and guide you on the right path,
According to some authorities these verses refer to the ‘Treaty of Hudibiya’ (6H) while others argue that they refer to the conquest of Makkah (8H). It is possible that collectively they refer to both.

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and (that) Allah may help you with a mighty help,
According to some authorities these verses refer to the ‘Treaty of Hudibiya’ (6H) while others argue that they refer to the conquest of Makkah (8H). It is possible that collectively they refer to both.

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According to some authorities these verses refer to the ‘Treaty of Hudibiya’ (6H) while others argue that they refer to the conquest of Makkah (8H). It is possible that collectively they refer to both.

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According to some authorities these verses refer to the ‘Treaty of Hudibiya’ (6H) while others argue that they refer to the conquest of Makkah (8H). It is possible that collectively they refer to both.

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and (that) He may punish the hypocrite men and the hypocrite women and the polytheist men and the polytheist women who entertain an evil thought about Allah. On them is an evil turn of fortune and the anger of Allah is on them and He has cursed them and prepared for them hell and it is an evil destination.
According to some authorities these verses refer to the ‘Treaty of Hudibiya’ (6H) while others argue that they refer to the conquest of Makkah (8H). It is possible that collectively they refer to both.

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According to some authorities these verses refer to the ‘Treaty of Hudibiya’ (6H) while others argue that they refer to the conquest of Makkah (8H). It is possible that collectively they refer to both.

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We have sent you as a witness and a conveyer of good news and a warner,
According to some authorities these verses refer to the ‘Treaty of Hudibiya’ (6H) while others argue that they refer to the conquest of Makkah (8H). It is possible that collectively they refer to both.

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According to some authorities these verses refer to the ‘Treaty of Hudibiya’ (6H) while others argue that they refer to the conquest of Makkah (8H). It is possible that collectively they refer to both.

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Those who swear allegiance to you {1} certainly swear allegiance only to Allah, the hand of Allah is above their hands. So whoever breaks (the agreement, the loss of) his breaking (it) is only on his own soul and whoever fulfils the agreement which he has made with Allah, then He will give him a great reward. (R 1)
According to some authorities these verses refer to the ‘Treaty of Hudibiya’ (6H) while others argue that they refer to the conquest of Makkah (8H). It is possible that collectively they refer to both.
Treaty of Hudaibiya and the Allegiance (H. 6):

Along with 1400 muslims, Prophet Muhammed (PBH) started from Madina with the intention of visiting Kaaba at Makkah for Umrah. He camped at Hudaibiya from where he sent word to the Makkans through various people including Hazrath Osman that he had come only for Umrah. The delay in Hazrath Osman’s return and a rumour that be was killed, made the muslims swear an allegiance to Prophet Muhammed (PBH) (under a tree) that they would defend him at all costs and die fighting at his side. But later Hazrath Osman returned safe. The Meccans refused permission but an agreement was made that the Muslims would be allowed to perform Umrah, the following year. Many other things were also agreed upon. This treaty proved to be a great victory because war had become a barrier between muslims and non muslims, now both parties met freely which made propagation of Islam easier.

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According to some authorities these verses refer to the ‘Treaty of Hudibiya’ (6H) while others argue that they refer to the conquest of Makkah (8H). It is possible that collectively they refer to both.

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According to some authorities these verses refer to the ‘Treaty of Hudibiya’ (6H) while others argue that they refer to the conquest of Makkah (8H). It is possible that collectively they refer to both.

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And whoever does not believe in Allah and His messenger, We have certainly prepared a blazing fire for (such) infidels.
According to some authorities these verses refer to the ‘Treaty of Hudibiya’ (6H) while others argue that they refer to the conquest of Makkah (8H). It is possible that collectively they refer to both.

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And Allah’s is the kingdom of the skies and the earth, He protectively forgives whom He wills and He punishes whom He wills and Allah is Protectively Forgiving, Merciful.
According to some authorities these verses refer to the ‘Treaty of Hudibiya’ (6H) while others argue that they refer to the conquest of Makkah (8H). It is possible that collectively they refer to both.

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These verses refer to the campaign of Khaiber and future battles.

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Say to those of the desert Arabs who were left behind, “”You will be called for (fighting against) a people who possess mighty strength, you will fight them until they surrender. So if you obey, Allah will give you a good reward but if you turn back as you turned back earlier, He will punish you with a painful punishment.
These verses refer to the campaign of Khaiber and future battles.

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There is no blame on the blind, nor is there any blame on the lame, nor is there any blame on the sick (if they do not go out for participation in religious wars); and whoever obeys Allah and His messenger, He will make him enter gardens beneath which rivers flow, but whoever turns back He will punish him with a painful punishment. (R 2, P 25 ½)
These verses refer to the campaign of Khaiber and future battles.

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These verses refer to Treaty of Hudibiya and the campaign of Khaiber.
Campaign of Khaiber (H 7):

Khaiber was the stronghold of Jewish tribes; where all enemies of muslims had gathered and organised themselves for a war. The prophet (PBH) led a campaign against Khaiber, conquered the fort and made the Jews surrender.

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These verses refer to Treaty of Hudibiya and the campaign of Khaiber.