The chapter begins with a declaration of the manifest victory of the treaty of Hudaibiyya. The Prophet signed the treaty with the Quraysh which allowed any tribe to forge an alliance with the Muslims and worked as an advantage despite some of the companions considering it unfavourable.
It transitions into a discussion on the role of the Prophet and praises those who took the pledge with the Prophet under the tree in Hudaibiyya to support him. This is followed by a criticism of those who stayed behind making excuses.
The chapter then discusses Allah’s assistance in preventing war between the Quraysh and the Muslims and providing tranquillity to the Prophet and the Muslims
It concludes with the qualities of those who believe, likening them to a plant that grows in strength.