Surah Al-Fath ("Victory, Triumph") is the 48th surah of the Qur'an with 29 ayat.
The surah was revealed in Madinah in the sixth year of the Hijrah, on the occasion of the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah between the Muslim-city-state of Madinah and Makkan polytheists.
It mentions this victory, then criticizes the attitudes of the hypocrites, continues with further promises to the Muslims, and ends by mentioning certain important virtues of the Muslim community.
The chapter gets its name from the opening verse, "Inna fatah-na laka fat-han mubina" ("Indeed, We have granted you a clear triumph") in direct reference to the Treaty which was signed through cooperation between the opposing forces and without bloodshed.
The reason this treaty, and therefore
chapter, is called a "clear triumph" is largely believed to be because of its peaceful nature.
Reciter: Ahmad Al-Shalabi
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