Surah nas revealed to the Prophet when he was suffering from a spell cast by a Jew named Labid bin Al-A’sam.
Surah nas contains six verses from the last Surahs in the Holy Quran and the second refuge after Surah Al falaq.
It revealed in Mecca to be a spell for The Prophet Muhammad(ﷺ). Surah nas inspired by the magic that affected The Prophet Muhammad(ﷺ) or anyone else.
The holy Quran contains Surah nas which released to educate the way to counter the impact of magic.
A person ( Labeed ibn al-A’sam) did magic against The Prophet Muhammad(ﷺ).
The Messenger of Allah(ﷺ) sought protection from the evil and evil eye of the jinn until the appearance of Surat al-Falak and Surah nas. After they revealed, he accepted them to seek the protection of Allah and left all but them.
1- The virtues for reading Surah nas and Surah Al Falaq
Surah Al Falaq and Surah nas recited for safety in opposition to sickness, sorcery evil eye.
A Taweez of those Surahs is only as beneficial, Reciting them and blowing on a person is likewise very powerful.
If everyone recites them earlier than going to his bed, so he can find Comfort and safety in his life.
Reciting the 2 above Surahs and blowing on children may be very powerful in safeguarding them in opposition to all sicknesses which include epilepsy.
The noble prophetic hadiths mentioned the virtue of Surah nas, and Surah Al Falaq.
The Prophet Muhammed(ﷺ)used to recite these two spells when he went to bed, blow his hands, and wipe with them.
The word “Nas” means “The Men.” so the range of verses on this surah is 6.
2- Magic story against the Prophet Muhammad(ﷺ)
Magic used on the Messenger of Allah(ﷺ) so that he thought he having marital relations with his wives when in fact he was not.
Then one day he said to Aisha, do you know that Allah has instructed me regarding the question of my sickness?
What is the two men told The Messenger
The Messenger said, two men came towards me and one of them next to my head and the other at my feet.
One near my head asked the other: What’s wrong with this man? The latter replied that he was under the influence of magic.
First man asked: “Who conjured it up?” the other replied, “Labid bin Al-A’sam, a man from Bani Zuraiq, from Jews and a hypocrite.
The first asked, “What material did he use?” The other replied, “A comb and the hair sticks to it. The first asked: Where (is it)?
Other man answered. ‘In a pollen skin of a male date palm, kept under a stone in the well of Dharwan’ ” So the Prophet went to that well and took out those things.
The water resembled the infusion of henna leaves and the date palms resembled devil’s heads.
‘Aisha, ask “O Allah’s Apostle? Why did you not display it (to the people)?
He said, “Since Allah cured me, I disliked to permit evil to unfold a few of the people, then he ordered that the property be crammed up with earth.
3-The concept of surah nas
Surah nas, opens with the point out of Allah because of the Lord of all people, the King of all people, and the God of all people.
It tells on anyone trying to find shelter in Him from the evil whisper, it is the evil or an awful companion, who whispers to the people, or their ears also the human awful company.
4- Surah Al Nas translation
For Surat Al-Nas to be explained, it must be translated into English with a mention in Arabic.
سورة الناس – Al-Nās
بِسۡمِ ٱللهِ ٱلرَّحۡمَـٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ
قُلۡ أَعُوذُ بِرَبِّ ٱلنَّاس
Say: “I seek refuge with (Allâh) the Lord of mankind,
“The King of mankind,
“The Ilâh (God) of mankind,
مِن شَرِّ ٱلۡوَسۡوَاسِ ٱلۡخَنَّاسِ
“From the evil of the lurking whisperer”
“who whispers into the hearts of Mankind”
مِنَ ٱلۡجِنَّةِ وَٱلنَّاسِ
“Of jinn and men.”
5- Explanation of Surah Al Nas
Allah’s Messenger (PBUH) is seeking shelter with Allah from the jinn and from the evil eye till the Mu`wadhatain:
( the Surahs of Al-Falaq and Surah nas ) revealed.
When they revealed, he commenced to recite them and now no longer whatever else.
Lady `A’ishah (May Allah be thrilled with her) narrated that every time Allah’s Messenger(ﷺ) has become sick, he might recite Surat Al-Falaq and Surat Al-Nas after which blow his breath over his body.
The whisperer referred to withinside the Surah is the devil, who whispers after which while he’s obeyed, he withdraws. Or, while one mentions Allah.
It transmitted by Ibn-Abbas from the Messenger of Allah (S.A.W)
He said, “The satan remains upon the coronary heart of the Son of Adam, So whilst he recalls Allah, he (the satan) withdraws, When he will become absentminded, he (the satan) whispers.
6-Protect ourselves from envy and evil
Mankind is weak to defy such whisperings unless relying upon and resort to Allah the Almighty and seek refuge in Him from such whisperings and those delivering them.
These could be the whispers of Satan or his companions.
You should know that learning, and reading the Noble Quran properly is one of the best deeds in your life.
The Noble Quran is characterized by honesty, the eloquence of language, and the truth of expression.
The evil eye is mentioned in the Quran as a natural human behavior. Jealousy and hatred can arise when people don’t thank Allah for the food they have.
You should thank God for health, money, and children. We always remind God by Dua for protection from the evil eye.
Surah Al Falaq came to seek refuge from the evil, other creation in all universe, Surah Nas came to include seek refuge from a special evil and his fellow human beings.
Al-Mawwadhatayn contains Surah nas and Surah Al-Falaq, in which the Muslim seeks refuge with Allah from all evils.
May Allah protects our homes with peace and tranquility, and keep us away from the evil of the envious.