Al-Hashr is the 101st Surah revealed upon the Prophet. It is the 59th in the traditionally arranged Quran. Al-Hashr was revealed in Medina and it has 24 Ayah in three Ruku. It refers to the manipulations hypocrites and some non-Muslim tribes were involved in to reduce Muslims to a non-entity in Medina. They were afraid of the growing influence of Muslims and believed that their relevance in the city would be minimized. They were also afraid of the clarity of the divine guidance and feared that their youngsters might feel attracted to it. It urges the believers to remain steadfast as God would not abandon them.
An-Nur (The Light) (24)
An-Nur is the 24th Surah in the traditionally arranged Quran. It is 102nd Surah in the order of revelation. It was revealed in Medina and it has 64 Ayah in nine Ruku. It specifies rules of gender relations and communications. It also prescribes a dress code for men and women. It describes slander and rumor mongering acts that destroy the sanctity of human society. It describes rules of privacy for both men and women. It even explains the manners of entering one’s own residence. It prescribes punishment for adultery. it demands total loyalty of the believers to the Prophet and the message he was sharing with the society.
Al-Hajj (Pilgrimage) (22)
Al-Hajj is the 103rd Surah revealed upon the Prophet and it appears as 22nd Surah in the traditionally arranged Quran. It has 76 Ayah in
Al-Munafiqun (Hypocrites) (63)
Al-Munafiqoon is the 63 Surah of the traditionally arranged Quran. It is the 104th Surah revealed upon the Prophet. It was revealed in Medina and it has 11 Ayah and two Ruku. It explains the dangers of hypocrisy and warns against it. It says that hypocrites create conditions for the destabilization of a moral society because based on their interests, personal or political, they hurt the sincere and the upright people. It reminds believers to understand the true intentions o hypocrites and do not accept their leadership.