Immediately after the revelation of Al-Falaq, the 114th Surah known as An-Nas was revealed. It was revealed in Makkah and is the 21st Surah revealed upon the Prophet. It has six Ayah in one Ruku. It exposes the satanic strategy to whisper evil ideas in the minds and hearts of people and advises them to focus on the divine guidance in their words and deeds to succeed in this life and the life hereafter.
Al-Ikhlas (The declaration of God’s Perfection) (112)
Al-Ikhlas was the 22nd revealed upon the Prophet. It is the 112th Surah in the traditionally arranged Quran. It was revealed in Makkah and has four verses in one Ruku. It is a statement of monotheism and an elaboration on how the monotheism should be defined. It speaks of the uniqueness and oneness of Allah without attributing any biological traits.
An-Najm (The Unfolding) (53)
An-Najm is the 23rd Surah of the Quran revealed upon the Prophet. It appears as 53rd Surah in the traditionally arranged Quran. It was revealed in Makkah and has 62 Ayah spread over three Ruku. The Surah refers to the incident of the Prophet’s ascension to heavens to experience the closeness with Allah. It asks the unbelievers to take divine guidance and the status of the messenger seriously. It refutes the narration that angels were like the daughters of Allah. The Surah refers to the issue of the intercession of Angels on behalf of humans.
‘Abasa (He Frowned) (80)
Abasa is the 80th Surah in the traditionally arranged Quran and 24th Surah revealed upon the Prophet. It was revealed in Makkah has 42 Ayah in one Ruku. It establishes the rule that in the dissemination of divine guidance, everyone should be treated equally. The divine message is for everyone and the decision to accept or reject is the prerogative of every individual who is exposed to it. It reminds the people that those accept it would benefit from it and those who reject it would suffer the consequences.