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Quran Surah Nasr Notes

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Quran notes Surah Nasr:

Why is it named surah Nasr?Surah Nasr takes its name from the word occurring in the first verse-nasr.
Period of revelation Hadrat Abdullah bin Abbas radi allahu anhu states that this is the last Surah of the Quran to be revealed, i. e. no complete Surah was sent down to the Holy Prophet after it. (Muslim Nasai, Tabarani, Ibn Abi Shaibah, Ibn Marduyah)
Importance Ibn Abbas says that when this Surah was revealed, Rasul Allah Muhammad sallalahu alaihe wa sallam said that he had been informed of his death and his time had approached. (Musnad Ahmad, Ibn Jarir, Ibn al-Mundhir, Ibn Marduyah). 

Translation of Surah Nasr- Quran chapter 110

(110:1) When the help comes from Allah, and victory (is granted), 

(110:2) and you see people entering Allah’s religion in multitudes,

 (110:3) then extol the praise of your Lord and pray to Him for forgiveness. For He indeed is ever disposed to accept repentance.

Lesson from Surah Nasr:

  1. love of Fatima radi allahu anha for her Father Muhammad sallalahu alaihe wa sallam. Mother of the Believers, Hadrat Umm Habibah, says that when this Surah was revealed the Holy Prophet said that he would leave the world that year. Hearing this Hadrat Fatimah wept. Thereat he said: “From among my family you will be the first to join me.”Hearing this she laughed.(Ibn Abi Hatim, Ibn Marduyah). A tradition containing almost the same theme has been related by Baihaqi from Ibn Abbas.
  2. Allah in this Surah had informed His Messenger (upon whom be peace) that when Islam attained complete victory in Arabia and the people started entering Allah’s religion in great numbers, it would mean that the mission for which he had been sent to the world, had been fulfilled. Then, he was enjoined to busy himself in praising and glorifying Allah by Whose bounty he had been able to accomplish such a great task, and should implore Him to forgive whatever failings and frailties he might have shown in the performance of the service. 
  3. We should toil for our hereafter. Ibn Abbas radi allahu anhu has stated that after the revelation of this Surah the Rasul Allah Sallalahu alaihe wa sallam began to labour so intensively and devotedly hard for the Hereafter as he had never done before.

According to Hadrat Abdullah bin Masud, when this Surah was revealed, the Messenger of Allah (upon whom be peace) frequently began to recite the words .(Ibn Jarir, Musnad Ahmad, Ibn Abi Hatim).Subhanak-Allahumma wa bi-hamdika, Allahumm-aghfirli, subhanaka Rabbana wa bi-hamdika, Allahumm-aghfirli, innaka anta at- Tawwab al-Ghafur

Also read : Quran notes from surah hujurat

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