Victory: Surah Al-Fath

Yesterday, I had a religion class at my surau in SS18 and the imam taught us about Surah Al-Fath (meaning “Victory”). Let me give some summary here. I think it is a good idea in this bright Monday morning I share a motivational post for us to start our day, especially to muslim friends.

It is a 48th surah of the Holy Quran in order. Al-Fath takes its name from the word Fath meaning “Victory”. The surah was revealed in Medina, Saudi Arabia on Muhammad (peace be upon him), which occurs several times, and refers, not to the conquest of Mecca but to the truce of Al-Hudaibiyah, which, though at the time it seemed a setback to the Muslims, proved in fact the greatest victory for Al-Islam.

Now I would like you to listen to this beautiful recital of this surah by Ibrahim Aljibreen

The Full text translation of Surah Al-Fath is here.Since this surah is for victory, all muslims are encourage to recite this surah every day after dawn prayer to seek baraqah or blessings from All Mighty ALLAH. Preferably before you observe your Ish’raq prayer at about 7:10am and of course before you go out to work.

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4 Comments so far

  1. moin on September 4th, 2008

    just to let u know that the first picture u have in the video is the dome of the rock(Masjid Al-Shakhra) not masjid al-aksa.

    Masjid Al-Aksa is next to the dome of the rock(Masjid Al-Shakhra).

  2. roslimh on September 8th, 2008

    Hi moin,

    Thank you for your advise.

  3. sattiyasir on June 22nd, 2009

    bro it is a nice piece of work, well done keep it up. May Allah bless u.

  4. roslimh on June 22nd, 2009

    Salam akhi Yassir,
    Thanks for visiting and may Allah give us strength to steadfast in this deen, insyaAllah.

    By the way where are you from brother?

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