Surah at-Tahrim (The Prohibition ) 66 : 10
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for those who
(and the) wife
but they both betrayed them
and it was said
those who enter
1. Lessons/Guidance/Reflections/Gems[ edit ]
When the question is one of belief or unbelief, or one of betrayal of faith, there can be no special privilege for anyone, not even for prophets' wives. Pharaoh's wife gives the perfect contrast. She was living in the midst of sweeping unbelief, but that did not deter her from seeking her own personal safety. She disowned all connection with Pharaoh's palace, praying to God to grant her a home in heaven. She disavowed any relation with Pharaoh, praying that God grant her safety from him. Realising that as Pharaoh's wife she was the closest person to him and his actions, she feared that some blame might attach to her.
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7. Period of Revelation[ edit ]
In connection with the incident of Tahreem (prohibition) referred to in this Surah, the traditions mention two wives of the Prophet. There are differing narrations about the cause of revelation, but it seems the most authentic narrations allude to the incident surrounding the Prophet prohibiting of honey for himself.