A Medinan sura said to be one of the last revelations the Prophet received before his death.
In the name of God, the Lord of Mercy, the Giver of Mercy
When God's help comes and He opens up your way, when you see people embracing God's faith in crowds, celebrate the praise of your Lord and ask forgiveness: He is always ready to accept repentance.
*Ah, I see that this may have been about the surrender of Medina to the Prophet. With this is mind, I'm going to go out on a limb and say that, popular misconceptions aside, the Prophet is not the Jesus of Islam. I've heard that it's much more like the Qur'an is the Jesus of Islam. Yet that leaves the Prophet without comparison, which is no doubt the pont. Nonetheless, a better simile perhaps is that the Prophet is not perhaps not unlike the David of the Old Testament/Torah? Though obviously in a much more unique role. Discuss.