The Surah Mujadila is one of the most important surahs in the Quran. It is a Meccan surah, and is therefore considered to be one of the earlier surahs to be revealed. The surah is named after the word “mujadila”, which appears in verse 2.
This word means “argument” or “dispute”. The Surah Mujadila is therefore named after the incident in which the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) had a dispute with the leaders of the Quraysh tribe.
Surah Mujadila is one of the most important surahs in the Qur’an. It is a Meccan surah, which means it was revealed in Mecca. The surah is named after the word “mujadila”, which means “disputation”.
The surah is about a dispute between two women, and how it was resolved by Allah. The surah teaches us that we should not argue with each other, and that we should instead focus on our own deeds. We should also not take our disputes to the public, but instead, we should resolve them privately.