A. Surah Kahf
B. Surah Al Israa
C. Surah Al Furqan
D. Surah Al Ahzab
Khatam un Nabiyeen
The phrase “Khatam un Nabiyeen” is an Arabic phrase that is translated as “Seal of the Prophets” or “The Last Prophet” in English. It is used to refer to the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) as the final prophet sent by Allah (God) to guide humanity. The phrase “Khatam un Nabiyeen” is mentioned in Surah Al-Ahzab (33:40) of the Holy Quran, where Allah (God) states that Muhammad (peace be upon him) is not the father of any man among the believers, but he is the Messenger of Allah and the last of the prophets. Muslims believe that the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) is the final and most important prophet sent by Allah to guide humanity to the truth, and that his message is the final and complete revelation from Allah to mankind.
Surah Al-Ahzab is the 33rd chapter of the Holy Quran and it contains 73 verses. The surah discusses various topics including the Prophet Muhammad’s (peace be upon him) marriages and family life, the hypocrites, the Battle of the Trench, the Prophet’s interactions with his companions and wives, and the importance of following the Prophet’s teachings.
Some of the key themes of Surah Al-Ahzab include obedience to Allah and His Messenger, the importance of modesty and decency, the consequences of disobeying Allah and His Messenger, and the rewards of faith and righteousness. The surah also emphasizes the importance of unity among Muslims and the need to defend against external threats.
The word “Al-Ahzab” is an Arabic word that is translated as “The Confederates” or “The Allies” in English. The name of the surah is derived from the mention of various groups who allied together against the Muslims during the Battle of the Trench (also known as the Battle of Ahzab) which took place in 627 CE. The surah discusses the events of this battle as well as other important events from the time of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and his companions.