Whatever benefit comes to you (O people), it is by Allah’s grace; and whatever loss you suffer, it is the result of your own doings. We have sent you, O Muhammad, as a Messenger to mankind.Allah is your All- Sufficient WitnessQuran 4:79Surah an-Nisa (Women)
Surah An-Nisa(النساء)
4th Chapter of the Quran
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مَّاۤ أَصَابَكَ مِنۡ حَسَنَةࣲ فَمِنَ ٱللَّهِۖ 

وَمَاۤ أَصَابَكَ مِن سَیِّئَةࣲ فَمِن نَّفۡسِكَۚ

وَأَرۡسَلۡنَـٰكَ لِلنَّاسِ رَسُولࣰاۚ
وَكَفَىٰ بِٱللَّهِ شَهِیدࣰا
An-Nisa’ (Arabic: ٱلنساء, An-Nisāʾ; meaning: The Women) is the fourth chapter (sūrah) of the Quran, with 176 verses (āyāt).
The title derives from the numerous references to women throughout the chapter, including verse 34 and verses 127-130.
اے انسان! 
تجھے جو بھلائی بھی حاصل ہوتی ہے اللہ کی عنایت سے ہوتی ہے، 

اور جو مصیبت تجھ پر آتی ہے 
وہ تیرے اپنے کسب و عمل کی بدولت ہے 

اے محمدؐ! 
ہم نے تم کو لوگوں کے لیے 
رسول بنا کر بھیجا ہے 

اوراس پر خدا کی گواہی کافی ہے
Thematically, “an-Nisā” not only addresses concerns about women, but also discusses inheritance, marriage laws, how to deal with children and orphans, legal practices, jihād, relations between Muslim communities and People of the Book, war, and the role of Jesus as a prophet, rather than the son of God as Christians claimed.
Furthermore, in discussing war, this surah encourages the Muslim community to fight for the vulnerable in war, as demonstrated by 4:75:
“Why should you not fight in God’s cause and for those oppressed men, women, and children who cry out, ‘Lord, rescue us from this town whose people are oppressors!
By Your grace, give us a protector and give us a helper!’?”
The surah addresses a multitude of issues faced by the early Muslim community and responds to the challenges the community faced.