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surah Nasr Ayat 1

Transliteration: Iza jaa-a nas rullahi walfath


Here’s the meaning of this Ayah from the most referenced translations books of the Quran.

DR. GHALI When comes the victory of Allah, and the Conquest,

MUHSIN KHAN When comes the Help of Allah (to you, O Muhammad (Peace be upon him) against your enemies) and the conquest (of Makkah), 

PICKTHALL When Allah’s succour and the triumph cometh

MUFTI TAQI USMANI (O Prophet,) When there comes Allah’s help and the Victory,

ABUL ALA MAUDUDI When the help comes from Allah, and victory (is granted)

ABDUL HALEEM When God’s help comes and He opens up your way [Prophet],

DR. MUSTAFA KHATTAB When Allah’s ˹ultimate˺ help comes and the victory ˹over Mecca is achieved˺,

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Tafsir & Commentary Surah Nasir Ayah 1 (110:1)

From Tafsir Abdul Ala Maududi:

Victory here does not imply victory in any one particular campaign but the decisive victory after which there remained no power in the land to resist and oppose Islam, and it became evident that Islam alone would hold sway in Arabia. Some commentators have taken this to imply the conquest of Makkah. But the conquest of Makkah took place in A.H. 8, and this Surah was revealed towards the end of A.H. 10, as is shown by the traditions related on the authority of Abdullah bin Umar and Sarra bint Nabhan, which we have cited in the Introduction. Besides, the statement of Abdullah bin Abbas that this is the last Surah of the Quran to be revealed also goes against this commentary. For if the victory implied the conquest of Makkah, the whole of Surah at-Taubah was revealed after it then it could not be the last Surah. There is no doubt that the conquest of Makkah was decisive in that it broke the power of the Arabian pagans, yet even after this, they showed clear signs of resistance. The battles of Taaif and Hunain were fought after it, and it took Islam about two years to attain complete control over Arabia.