In this video Ustadh Nouman focuses on the first two verses of Surat Al-Bayyinah, which he says have been the subject of many different interpretations. Here, he delves into the meanings of two key words: “munfakkeen”, which denotes “getting separated”, and “al-bayyinah” (The Qur’an) which means “that which provides clear evidence.”
In his interpretation, Khan concludes that these verses refer to Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) himself, and how his credibility in his community and his honesty, combined with the delivery of this purified scripture, transformed Mecca (and the world) separating those who are truly and genuinely faithful, from those who disbelieve. This separation took place in this world and will continue in the afterlife.
Ramadan with the Qur’an – Day 22: Surat Al-Bayyinah