Surah Al-Hajj Ayat 58-78 (end)

{58. Those who emigrated in the cause of Allah and after that were killed or died, surely, Allah will provide a good provision for them. And verily, it is Allah Who indeed is the Best of those who make provision. 

59. Truly, He will make them enter an entrance with which they shall be well-pleased, and verily, Allah indeed is All-Knowing, Most Forbearing. 

60. That is so. And whoever has retaliated with the like of that which he was made to suffer, and then has again been wronged, Allah will surely help him. Verily, Allah indeed is Oft-Pardoning, Oft-Forgiving.}

The Great Reward for Those Who migrate in the Cause of Allah

Allah tells us that those who migrate for the sake of Allah, seeking to earn His pleasure and that which is with Him, leaving behind their homelands, families and friends, leaving their countries for the sake of Allah and His Messenger to support His religion, then they are killed or they die, they will have earned an immense reward. As Allah says:“And whosoever leaves his home as an emigrant unto Allah and His Messenger, and death overtakes him, his reward is then surely incumbent upon Allah” (4:100) “surely, Allah will provide a good provision for them.” means, He will reward them from His bounty and provision in Paradise with that which will bring them joy. “And verily, it is Allah Who indeed is the Best of those who make provision. Truly, He will make them enter an entrance with which they shall be well-pleased” This means Paradise, as Allah says elsewhere: “Then, if he be of those brought near (to Allah), rest and provision, and a Garden of Delights.” (56:88-89). Allah tells us that He will grant him rest and provision and a Garden of Delights, as He tells us here: “surely, Allah will provide a good provision for them.” Then He says: “Truly, He will make them enter an entrance with which they shall be well-pleased, and verily, Allah indeed is All-Knowing” meaning, He is All-Knowing about those who migrate and strive for His sake and who deserve that (reward). “Most Forbearing” means, He forgives and overlooks their sins, and He accepts as expiation for their sins, their migration (Hijrah) and their putting their trust in Him. Concerning those who are killed for the sake of Allah, whether they are Muhajirs (migrants) or otherwise, they are alive with their Lord and are being provided for, as Allah says: “Think not of those as dead who are killed in the way of Allah. Nay, they are alive, with their Lord, and they have provision” (3:169). There are many Hadiths on this topic, as stated previously. With regard to those who die for the sake of Allah, whether they are emigrants or not. This Ayah and the Sahih Hadiths guarantee that they will be well provided for and that Allah will show them kindness. Ibn Abi Hatim recorded that Shurahbil bin As-Simt said: “We spent a long time besieging a stronghold in the land of the Romans. Salman Al-Farisi, may Allah be pleased with him, passed by me and said, `I heard the Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, say:

“Whoever dies guarding the borders of Islam, Allah will give him a reward like that reward (of martyr) and will provide for him and keep him safe from trials. Recite, if you wish: “Those who emigrated in the cause of Allah and after that were killed or died, surely, Allah will provide a good provision for them. And verily, it is Allah Who indeed is the Best of those who make provision. Truly, He will make them enter an entrance with which they shall be well-pleased, and verily, Allah indeed is All-Knowing, Most Forbearing” (Ibn Abi Hatim 8:2503)

He also recorded that Abdur-Rahman bin Jahdam Al-Khawlani was with Fadalah bin `Ubayd when they accompanied with two funerals, at (an island of) sea one of whom had been struck by a catapult, and the other had passed away. Fadalah bin Ubayd sat by the grave of the man who had passed away and someone said to him, “Are you neglecting the martyr and not sitting by his grave” He said, “I would not mind which of these two graves Allah would resurrect me from, for Allah says: “Those who emigrated in the cause of Allah and after that were killed or died, surely, Allah will provide a good provision for them.” And he recited these two Ayat, then said, “What should I seek, O you servant, if I were to enter an entrance to His pleasure, and be provided good provisions By Allah, I would not mind which of these two graves Allah would resurrect me from.” (At-Tabari 9:182) “That is so. And whoever has retaliated with the like of that which he was made to suffer….” Muqatil bin Hayan and Ibn Jurayj mentioned that this was revealed about a skirmish in which the Companions encountered some of the idolators. The Muslims urged them not to fight during the Sacred Months, but the idolators insisted on fighting and initiated the aggression. So the Muslims fought them and Allah granted them victory.“Verily, Allah indeed is Oft-Pardoning, Oft-Forgiving.”

{61. That is because Allah merges the night into the day, and He merges the day into the night. And verily, Allah is All-Hearer, All-Seer. 

62. That is because Allah – He is the Truth, and what they invoke besides Him, it is false. And verily, Allah – He is the Most High, the Most Great.}

The Creator and Controller of this World is Allah

Allah tells us that He is the Creator Who directs the affairs of His creation as He wills. He tells us:“Say: “O Allah! Possessor of the power, You give power to whom You will, and You take power from whom You will, and You endue with honor whom You will, and You humiliate whom You will. In Your Hand is the good. Verily, You are able to do all things. You make the night to enter into the day, and You make the day to enter into the night, You bring the living out of the dead, and You bring the dead out of the living. And You give wealth and sustenance to whom You will, without limit.” (3:26-27) The meaning of “merging” the night into the day and the day into the night is that the one encroaches upon the other, and vice versa. Sometimes the night is long and the day is short, as in winter, and sometimes the day is long and the night is short, as in summer.“And verily, Allah is All-Hearer, All-Seer.” He hears what His servants say, and He sees them, nothing about them or their movement is hidden from Him whatsoever. When Allah tells us that He is controlling the affairs of all that exists, and that He judges, and there is none to reverse His judgement, He says:“That is because Allah – He is the Truth,” meaning, the true God, besides Whom no one deserves worship. He is the Possessor of the greatest sovereignty; whatever He wills happens and whatever He does not will does not happen. Everything is in need of Him and submits to Him.“and what they invoke besides Him, it is false.” meaning, the idols and false gods. Everything that is worshipped instead of Him – may He be exalted – is false, because it can neither bring benefit nor cause harm.“And verily, Allah – He is the Most High, the Most Great.” This is like the Ayat:“and He is the Most High, the Most Great” (42:4) “the Most Great, the Most High” (13:9). Everything is subject to His might and power; there is no God except Him and no Lord besides Him, because He is the Almighty and there is none mightier than He, the Most High and there is none higher than He, the Most Great and there is none greater than He. Exalted, sanctified, and glorified be He far above all that the evildoers say.

{63. See you not that Allah sends down water from the sky, and then the earth becomes green Verily, Allah is the Most Kind and Courteous, Well-Acquainted with all things. 

64. To Him belongs all that is in the heavens and all that is on the earth. And verily, Allah – He is Rich, Worthy of all praise. 

65. See you not that Allah has subjected to you all that is on the earth, and the ships that sail through the sea by His command He withholds the heaven from falling on the earth except by His leave. Verily, Allah is for mankind, full of kindness, Most Merciful. 

66. It is He, Who gave you life, and then will cause you to die, and will again give you life. Verily, man is indeed Kafurun.}

Signs of the Power of Allah

This is a further sign of His might and power; that he sends the winds to drive the clouds which deliver rain to the barren land where nothing grows, land which is dry, dusty and desiccated.“but when We send down water on it, it is stirred (to life), and it swells” (22:5).“and then the earth becomes green” This indicates the sequence of events and how everything follows on according to its nature. This is like the Ayah:“Then We made the Nutfah into a clot, then We made the clot into a little lump of flesh” (23:14). It was recorded in the Two Sahihs that between each stage there are forty days. (Fath Al-Bari 6:350) Allah’s saying,“and then the earth becomes green” means, it becomes green after being dry and lifeless. It was reported from some of the people of Al-Hijaz that the land turns green after rainfall. And Allah knows best.

“Verily, Allah is the Most Kind and Courteous, Well-Acquainted with all things.” He knows what seeds are in the various regions of the earth, no matter how small they are. Nothing whatsoever is hidden from Him. Each of those seeds receives its share of water and begins to grow, as Luqman said:“O my son! If it be equal to the weight of a grain of mustard seed, and though it be in a rock, or in the heavens or in the earth, Allah will bring it forth. Verily, Allah is Subtle, Well-Aware.” (31:16) And Allah says:“…so they do not worship Allah, Who brings to light what is hidden in the heavens and the earth.” (27:25) “not a leaf falls, but He knows it. There is not a grain in the darkness of the earth nor anything fresh or dry, but is written in a Clear Record.” (6:59) “And nothing is hidden from your Lord, the weight of a speck of dust on the earth or in the heaven. Not what is less than that or what is greater than that but it is (written) in a Clear Record.” (10:61) “To Him belongs all that is in the heavens and all that is on the earth.” He owns all things, and He has no need of anything besides Himself, everything is in need of Him and in a state of submission to Him. “See you not that Allah has subjected to you all that is on the earth,” animals, inanimate things, crops and fruits. This is like the Ayah:“And has subjected to you all that is in the heavens and all that is in the earth” (45:13), meaning that all of this is a blessing and out of His kindness.“and the ships that sail through the sea by His command” That is because He subjugates it to them and makes it easy for them. In the raging sea with its tempestuous waves, the ships sail gently with their passengers and carry them wherever they want to go for trading and other purposes from one land to another, so that they bring goods from here to there, or vice versa, whatever people want or need. “He withholds the heaven from falling on the earth except by His leave.” If He willed, He could give the sky permission to fall on the earth, and whoever is in it would be killed, but by His kindness, mercy and power, He withholds the heaven from falling on the earth, except by His leave. He says:“Verily, Allah is for mankind, full of kindness, Most Merciful.” meaning, even though they do wrong. As Allah says elsewhere: “But verily, your Lord is full of forgiveness for mankind in spite of their wrongdoing. And verily, your Lord is severe in punishment” (13:6). “It is He, Who gave you life, and then will cause you to die, and will again give you life. Verily, man is indeed Kafurun.” This is like the Ayat: “How can you disbelieve in Allah Seeing that you were dead and He gave you life. Then He will give you death, then again will bring you to life and then unto Him you will return.” (2:28), “Say: “Allah gives you life, then causes you to die, then He will assemble you on the Day of Resurrection about which there is no doubt.” (45:26), “They will say: “Our Lord! You have made us to die twice, and You have given us life twice!” (40:11) So how can you set up rivals to Allah and worship others besides Him when He is the One Who is independent in His powers of creation, provision and control of the existence? “It is He, Who gave you life,” means, He gave you life after you were nothing, and brought you into existence. “and then will cause you to die, and will again give you life.” means, on the Day of Resurrection. “Verily, man is indeed Kafurun.” meaning, denying.

{67. For every nation We have made Mansak which they must follow; so let them not dispute with you on the matter, but invite them to your Lord. Verily, you indeed are on the straight guidance. 

68. And if they argue with you, say: “Allah knows best of what you do.” 

69. “Allah will judge between you on the Day of Resurrection about that wherein you used to differ.”}

Every Nation has its Religious Ceremonies

Allah tells us that He has made Mansak for every nation. Ibn Jarir said, “This means that there are Mansak for every Prophet’s nation.” He said, “The origin of the word Mansik in Arabic means the place to which a person returns repeatedly, for good or evil purposes. So the Manasik (rites) of Hajj are so called because the people return to them and adhere to them.” (At-Tabari 18:678) If the phrase “For every nation We have ordained religious ceremonies” means that every Prophet’s nation has its religious ceremonies as ordained by Allah, then the phrase “So let them (the pagans) not dispute with you on the matter” refers to the idolators. If the phrase “For every nation We have ordained religious ceremonies” means that it is the matter of Qadar (divine decree), as in the Ayah, “For each nation there is a direction to which they face” (2:148) Allah says here:“which they Nasikuh” meaning, which they must act upon. The pronoun here refers back to those who have these religious ceremonies and ways, i.e., they do this by the will and decree of Allah, so do not let their dispute with you over that divert you from following the truth. Allah says:“but invite them to your Lord. Verily, you indeed are on the straight guidance.” i.e., a clear and straight path which will lead you to the desired end. This is like the Ayah: “And let them not turn you away from the Ayat of Allah after they have been sent down to you: and invite to your Lord” (28:87) “And if they argue with you, say: “Allah knows best what you do.”  This is like the Ayah:“And if they belie you, say: “For me are my deeds and for you are your deeds! You are innocent of what I do, and I am innocent of what you do!” (10:41) “Allah knows best of what you do.” This is a stern warning and definite threat, as in the Ayah:“He knows best of what you say among yourselves concerning it! Sufficient is He as a witness between me and you!” (46: 8). Allah says here:“Allah will judge between you on the Day of Resurrection about that wherein you used to differ.” This is like the Ayah:“So unto this then invite, and stand firm as you are commanded, and follow not their desires but say: “I believe in whatsoever Allah has sent down of the Book.” (42:15)

{70. Know you not that Allah knows all that is in the heaven and on the earth Verily, it is (all) in the Book. Verily, that is easy for Allah.}

Allah tells us how perfect is His knowledge of His creation, and that He encompasses all that is in the heavens and on earth

Not even the weight of a speck of dust, or less than that or greater escapes His knowledge in the heavens or in the earth. He knows all things even before they happen, and He has written that in His Book, Al-Lawh Al-Mahfuz, as was reported in Sahih Muslim from Abdullah bin Amr, who said, “The Messenger of Allah said:

“Allah issued His decrees concerning the measurement and due proportion of the creatures fifty thousand years before He created the heavens and the earth, and His Throne was over the water.” (Muslim 4:2044)

In the Sunan, it was reported from a group of the Companions that the Messenger of Allah said:

“The first thing that Allah created was the Pen. He said to it, “Write!” It said, “What should I write” He said, “Write what will happen,” so the Pen wrote everything that will happen until the Day of Resurrection.” (Abu Dawud 5:76)

Allah says:“Verily, it is (all) in the Book. Verily, that is easy for Allah.”

{71. And they worship besides Allah others for which He has sent down no authority, and of which they have no knowledge; and for the wrongdoers there is no helper. 

72. And when Our clear Ayat are recited to them, you will notice a denial on the faces of the disbelievers! They are nearly ready to attack with violence those who recite Our Ayat to them. Say: “Shall I tell you of something worse than that The Fire which Allah has promised to those who disbelieved, and worst indeed is that destination!”}

The Idolators’ worship of others besides Allah and Their vehement rejection of the Ayat of Allah

Allah tells us that the idolators, in their ignorance and disbelief, worship besides Allah others which He has sent down no authority for, i.e., no proof or evidence for such behavior. This is like the Ayah:“And whoever calls upon, besides Allah, any other god, of whom he has no proof; then his reckoning is only with his Lord. Surely, the disbelievers will not be successful.” (23:117)So Allah says here:“for which He has sent down no authority, and of which they have no knowledge” meaning, they have no knowledge in the subject that they fabricate lies about; it is only something which was handed down to them from their fathers and ancestors, with no evidence or proof, and its origins lie in that which the Shaytan beautified for them and made attractive to them. Allah warned them:“and for the wrongdoers there is no helper.” meaning, no one to help them against Allah when He sends His punishment and torment upon them. Then Allah says:“And when Our clear Ayat are recited to them,” means, when the Ayat of the Qur’an and clear evidence and proof for Tawhid of Allah are mentioned to them, and they are told that there is no god besides Allah and that the Messengers spoke the truth, “They are nearly ready to attack with violence those who recite Our Ayat to them.” then they nearly attack and do harm to those who bring proof to them from the Qur’an, and cause them harm using their tongues and hands.“Say” O Muhammad to these people,“Shall I tell you of something worse than that The Fire which Allah has promised to those who disbelieved,” The fire and wrath and torment of Allah are far worse than that with which you are trying to scare the believing close friends of Allah in this world. The punishment in the Hereafter for these deeds of yours is worse than that what you claim you want to do to the believers.“and worst indeed is that destination!” how terrible is the Fire as a final destination and abode!“Evil indeed it is as an abode and as a place to rest in.” (25:66)

{73. O mankind! A parable has been made, so listen to it: Verily, those on whom you call besides Allah, cannot create a fly, even though they combine together for the purpose. And if the fly snatches away a thing from them, they will have no power to release it from the fly. So weak are the seeker and the sought. 

74. They have not regarded Allah with His rightful esteem. Verily, Allah is All-Strong, All-Mighty.}

The insignificance of the Idols and the foolishness of their Worshippers

Here Allah points out the insignificance of the idols and the foolishness of those who worship them.“O mankind! A parable has been made,” meaning, a parable of that which is worshipped by those who are ignorant of Allah and who join others as partners with Him.“so listen to it” pay attention and understand.“Verily, those on whom you call besides Allah, cannot create a fly, even though they combine together for the purpose.” Even if all the idols and false gods whom you worship were to come together to create a single fly, they would not be able to do that. Imam Ahmad recorded that Abu Hurayrah recorded the Marfu` report:“Who does more wrong than one who tries to create something like My creation? Let them create an ant or a fly or a seed like My creation!” (Ahmad 2:391) This was also recorded by the authors of the Two Sahihs via `Umarah from Abu Zur`ah from Abu Hurayrah, who said that the Prophet said:

“Allah says: “Who does more wrong than one who tries to create (something) like My creation Let them create an ant, let them create a grain of barley.” (Fath Al-Bari 13:537) 

Then Allah says:“And if the fly snatches away a thing from them, they will have no power to release it from the fly.” They are unable to create a single fly and, moreover, they are unable to resist it or take revenge against it if it were to take anything from the good and perfumed thing on which it lands. If they wanted to recover that, they would not be able to, even though the fly is the weakest and most insignificant of Allah’s creatures. Allah says: “So weak are the seeker and the sought.” Ibn Abbas said, “The seeker is the idol and the sought is the fly.” (At-Tabari 18:685) This was the view favored by Ibn Jarir, and it is what is apparent from the context. As-Suddi and others said, “The seeker is the worshipper, and the sought is the idol.” (Al-Baghawi 3:298) Then Allah says: “They have not regarded Allah with His rightful esteem.” meaning, they have not recognized the might and power of Allah when they worship alongside Him those who cannot even ward off a fly, because they are so weak and incapable. “Verily, Allah is All-Strong, All-Mighty.” means, He is the All-Strong Who, by His might and power, created all things.“And He it is Who originates the creation, then He will repeat it; and this is easier for Him” (30:27) “Verily, the punishment of your Lord is severe and painful. Verily, He it is Who begins and repeats.” (85:12-13) “Verily, Allah is the Provider, Owner of power, the Most Strong.” (51:58). “All-Mighty” means, He has subjugated and subdued all things, and there is none that can resist Him or overcome His might and power, and He is the One, the Subduer.

{75. Allah chooses Messengers from angels and from men. Verily, Allah is All-Hearer, All-Seer. 

76. He knows what is before them, and what is behind them. And to Allah return all matters.}

Allah chooses Messengers from the Angels and Messengers from Mankind

Allah tells us that He chooses Messengers from His angels as He wills by His law and decree, and He chooses Messengers from mankind to convey His Message.“Verily, Allah is All-Hearer, All-Seer.” means, He hears all that His servants say, and He sees them and knows who among them is deserving of that, as He says:“Allah knows best with whom to place His Message” (6:124) “He knows what is before them, and what is behind them. And to Allah return all matters.” He knows what will happen to His Messengers and the Message He sent them with, for none of their affairs are hidden from Him. He says:“The All-Knower of the Ghayb (Unseen), and He reveals to none His Ghayb.” (72:26) until His saying;“and He keeps count of all things.” (72:28) So He, may He be glorified, is guarding them, and is Witness to what is said about them. He is protecting them and supporting them.“O Messenger! Proclaim which has been sent down to you from your Lord. And if you do not, then you have not conveyed His Message. Allah will protect you from mankind” (5:67).

{77. O you who believe! Bow down, and prostrate yourselves, and worship your Lord and do good that you may be successful. 

78. And strive hard in Allah’s cause as you ought to strive. He has chosen you, and has not laid upon you in religion any hardship: it is the religion of your father Ibrahim. He has named you Muslims both before and in this (Qur’an), that the Messenger may be a witness over you and you be witnesses over mankind! So, perform the Salah, give the Zakah and hold fast to Allah. He is your Mawla, what an Excellent Mawla and what an Excellent Helper!}

The Command to worship Allah and Strive in His Way

“And strive hard in Allah’s cause as you ought to strive.” means, with your wealth and your tongues and your bodies. This is like the Ayah:“Have Taqwa of Allah as is His due.” (3:102) “He has chosen you,” means, `O Ummah [of Islam], Allah has selected you and chosen you over all other nations, and has favored you and blessed you and honored you with the noblest of Messengers and the noblest of Laws.” “and has not laid upon you in religion any hardship” He has not given you more than you can bear and He has not obliged you to do anything that will cause you difficulty except that He has created for you a way out. So the Salah, which is the most important pillar of Islam after the two testimonies of faith, is obligatory, four Rak`ahs when one is settled, which are shortened to two Rak`ah when one is traveling. According to some Imams, only one Rak`ahs is obligatory at times of fear, as was recorded in the Hadith. (Abu Dawud 2:38) A person may pray while walking or riding, facing the Qiblah or otherwise. When praying optional prayers while traveling, one may face the Qiblah or not. A person is not obliged to stand during the prayer if he is sick; the sick person may pray sitting down, and if he is not able to do that then he may pray lying on his side. And there are other exemptions and dispensations which may apply to the obligatory prayers and other duties. So the Prophet said:“I have been sent with the easy Hanifi way.” (Ahmad 5:266) And he said to Mu`adh and Abu Musa, when he sent them as governors to Yemen:“Give good news and do not repel them. Make things easy for the people and do not make the things difficult for them.” (Fath Al-Bari 7:657) And there are many similar Hadiths.

Ibn `Abbas said concerning the Ayah,“and has not laid upon you in religion any hardship”, “This means difficulty.” “It is the religion of your father Ibrahim.” Ibn Jarir said, “This refers back to the Ayah,“and has not laid upon you in religion any hardship” meaning, any difficulty.” (At-Tabari 18:689)  On the contrary, He has made it easy for you, like the religion of your father Ibrahim. He said, “It may be that it means: adhere to the religion of your father Ibrahim.” (At-Tbari 18:691)  I say: This interpretation of the Ayah is like the Ayah: “Say: “Truly, my Lord has guided me to a straight path, a right religion, the religion of Ibrahim, a Hanif” (6:161) “He has named you Muslims both before and in this (Qur’an)” Imam Abdullah bin Al-Mubarak said, narrating from Ibn Jurayj, from Ata’, from Ibn Abbas: concerning Allah’s saying,“He has named you Muslims before” “This refers to Allah, may He be glorified.” This was also the view of Mujahid, `Ata’, Ad-Dahhak, As-Suddi, Muqatil bin Hayyan and Qatadah. (At-Tabari 18:691)

Mujahid said, “Allah named you Muslims before, in the previous Books and in Adh-Dhikr, “and in this” means, the Qur’an.”(Al-Qurtubi 12:101)  This was also the view of others, because Allah says:“He has chosen you, and has not laid upon you in religion any hardship” Then He urged them to follow the Message which His Messenger brought, by reminding them that this was the religion of their father Ibrahim. Then He mentioned His blessings to this Ummah, whereby He mentioned them and praised them long ago in the Books of the Prophets which were recited to the rabbis and monks. Allah says:“He has named you Muslims both before” meaning, before the Qur’an,“and in this.” Under the explanation of this Ayah, An-Nasa’i recorded from Al-Harith Al-Ash`ari from the Messenger of Allah , who said:

“Whoever adopts the call of Jahiliyyah, will be one of those who will crawl on their knees in Hell.”

A man said, “O Messenger of Allah, even if he fasts and performs Salah?” He said,

“Yes, even if he fasts and performs Salah. So adopt the call of Allah whereby He called you Muslims and believers and servants of Allah.” (An-Nasai in Al-Kubra 1:8866)

“that the Messenger may be a witness over you and you be witnesses over mankind!” means, ‘thus We have made you a just and fair nation, the best of nations, and all other nations will testify to your justice. On the Day of Resurrection you will be,“witnesses over mankind”,’ because on that Day all the nations will acknowledge its leadership and its precedence over all others. Therefore, on the Day of Resurrection the testimony of the members of this community will be accepted as proof that the Messengers conveyed the Message of their Lord to them, and the Messenger will testify that he conveyed the Message to them.“So perform the Salah, give Zakah” means, respond to this great blessing with gratitude by fulfilling your duties towards Allah, doing that which He has enjoined upon you and avoiding that which He had forbidden. Among the most important duties are establishing regular prayer and giving Zakah. Zakah is a form of beneficence towards Allah’s creatures, whereby He has enjoined upon the rich to give a little of their wealth to the poor each year, to help the weak and needy. We have already mentioned its explanation in the Ayah of Zakah in Surat At-Tawbah (9:5).“and hold fast to Allah.” means, seek the help and support of Allah and put your trust in Him, and get strength from Him.“He is your Mawla,” meaning, He is your Protector and your Helper, He is the One Who will cause you to prevail against your enemies.“what an Excellent Mawla and what an Excellent Helper!” He is the best Mawla and the best Helper against your enemies.

This is the end of the Tafsir of Surat Al-Hajj. May Allah bless our Prophet Muhammad and his family and Companions, and grant them peace; may Allah honor and be pleased with the Companions and those who follow them in truth until the Day of Resurrection.

Tafsir Ibn Kathir (Abridged) Vol 6 Pages 603-627

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