Surah Al-Muzzammil | The Enshrouded One | Full | Sheikh Abdur-Rahman As-Sudais | 73-سورۃ المزمل

بسم اللہ الرحمن الرحیم HADITH USMAN BIN AFFAN (R.A) REPORTED:- THE MESSENGER OF ALLAH (صلی اللہ علیہ والہ وسلم) SAID:- “THE BEST AMONGST YOU IS THE ONE WHO LEARNS THE QURAN AND TEACHES IT”. (AL-BUKHARI) #surahmuzammil​ #sudais​ Sūrat al-Muzzammil (Arabic: سورة المزمل‎, “The Enshrouded One”, “Bundled Up”, “Enfolded”) is the seventy-third chapter of the Qur’an. The Sura contains 20 ayat, or verses, which are recognized by Muslims as the word of Allah (God). Al-Muzzammil takes its name from the reference to the Islamic prophet Muhammad, in his cloak praying at night, in the opening verses of the Sura. Many commentators claim that “The Enfolded One” is a name for Muhammad, used throughout the Qur’an.[1]