Surah Mumtahanah is the 60th surah of the Quran. It contains 13 verses and was revealed in Medina. The surah is named after the word mumtahanah, which appears in verse 4.
This word means “tested” or “tried”, and refers to the women who were tested by Allah. In this surah, Allah tests the believers by allowing them to marry women who have been previously married. If the believers are sincere in their faith, then they will remain faithful to their wives even though they are not virgin.
However, if they are not sincere in their faith, then they will not be able to remain faithful and will instead commit adultery. Allah also tests the believers by allowing them to have children from these marriages. If the believers are sincere in their faith, then they will love and care for their children even though they are not their biological children.
Surah Mumtahanah is the 60th surah of the Quran. It was revealed in Medina and contains 13 verses. The surah is named after the word “mumtahanah” which appears in verse 4.
This surah deals with the issue of testing Muslims in order to see if they are sincere in their faith. Allah tests the believers by allowing them to face trials and tribulations in their lives. If they remain patient and steadfast during these tests, then they have passed the test and are true believers.
Those who turn away from the faith during these tests are not true believers and will face a severe punishment in the hereafter. This surah is a reminder for us to always be grateful to Allah for His blessings and to remain patient during trials and tribulations. We should never lose hope or give up on our faith, no matter how difficult the situation may be.