Al-Maun is the 107th Surah of the Quran. It is the seventeenth in the chronology of the revelation. It was revealed in Makkah and has seven Ayah in one Ruku. It defines faith in terms of its inspiration to people to help the poor and the needy. It reminds them that faith is lip service as long as it does not lead to creating a compassionate and kind society for all.
Al-Kafirun (The Conscious deniers of the Truth) (109)
Al-Kafirun is the eighteenth Surah revealed upon the Prophet and it is the 109th Surah in the traditionally arranged Quran. It was revealed in Makkah and has six Ayah in one Ruku. It establishes the principle of freedom of religion and argues that any compromise in matters of faith would reduce the significance of divine guidance by mixing the truth with falsehood.
All-Fil (The Elephant)
Al-Fil is the nineteenth surah that was revealed to the Prophet is also the 105th Surah in the traditionally arranged Quran. It was revealed in Makkah and has five Ayah in one Ruku. It refers to the invasion of Makkah for the purpose of demolishing the Kaaba by the ruler of Yemen. In the midst of hostilities towards the Prophet, the Surah reassures him that Allah is the protector of the faith and his protection is for all who stand for the truth.
Al-Falaq (The Rising Dawn) (113)
Al-Falaq is the twentieth Surah revealed upon the Prophet and its number in the traditionally arranged Quran is 113th. It was revealed in Makkah has five Ayah in one Ruku. It explains that evil forces are out there to tempt humans away from the truth to harm them and destroy their peace. It invites people to find refuge in the divine guidance from the forces of darkness.