المسد
111. Al-Lahab
Al- Lahab / Al-Masadd
The Palm Fiber
المسد BAHASA
المسد ENGLISH
Sūrat al-Masad (Arabic: سورة المسد‎, meaning "The Palm Fiber") is the 111th chapter (sura) of the Quran with 5 verses. Verse 1 mentions one of Muhammad's adversaries named Abū Lahab.[1] This surah takes its name from verse 5 in which the phrase “ḥablun min masad” (meaning “a rope of palm fibre”) occurs that mentions the palm fibre rope that in hellfire shall be twisted around the neck of the wife of Muhammad’s uncle, who bitterly opposed Islam; for she took great pride in wearing an ostentatious necklace she became known for and would slip by night to strew thorns and prickly plants in Muhammad’s path to injure his feet.
Surah Al-Lahab atau Al-Massad adalah surat ke-111 dalam Al-Qur'an. Surat ini terdiri atas 5 ayat dan termasuk surat makiyyah. Nama surat ini diambil dari kata Al Lahab yang terdapat pada ayat ketiga surat ini yang artinya gejolak api. Pokok isi surat ini berisi tentang nasib salah seorang paman Rasulullah SAW yakni Abu Lahab beserta istrinya yang diancam dengan siksa neraka.