79 Surah An – Nazi’aat – Those who drag forth

In the name of Allah, the entirely Merciful, the especially Merciful

  1. Allah (swt) swears by (the angels) who pull out the souls (of the disbelievers and wicked people) harshly
  2. And  the (angels) who gently take out (the souls of the believers)
  3. And those who glide swiftly (through the heavens) 
  4. And those who race to deliver these souls to their final place.
  5. And those who manage the work that Allah has commanded them to do
  6. Think about the day when the quaking blast will shake everything.  
  7. It will be followed by a second blast. 
  8. The hearts (of the disbelievers) will tremble with fright on that day
  9. Their eyes will be lowered with sadness and embarrassment
  10. (Today) They’re joking and saying, “Will we be brought back to life?
  11. After we have turned into rotten bones, 
  12. Such a return would be a total loss for us.” 
  13. But all it will take is a single blast, 
  14. and they will be back above the ground at once
  15. Have you [O Prophet] heard the story of Musa? 
  16. When His Lord called out to him in the blessed valley of Tuwa
  17. Commanding, Go to Pharaoh— he has crossed all limits (in crimes and disbelief) 
  18. And ask him ‘Do you want to purify yourself from sins?
  19. let me guide you to your Lord so you would be in awe of him
  20. Then Musa showed him the greatest sign
  21. But he rejected and disobeyed Allah
  22. Then Pharaoh turned back, and began to work hard to defeat the truth
  23. And gathered his people and announced
  24. “I am your lord, the most high!” 
  25. So Allah caught him and punished him, making him an example in this life and the next. 
  26. Truly, there is a lesson in this for anyone who fears Allah’s displeasure. 
  27. Which is harder to create: you people or the sky? Allah  built it, 
  28. raising it high and perfecting it, 
  29. He gave darkness to its night and brought out its daylight 
  30. And after that He spread the earth
  31. And brought water and pastures out of it, 
  32. And He set the mountains firmly upon the earth
  33. All of this is for you and your animals to benefit from.
  34. But When the Greatest Disaster comes
  35. On that day each person will remember what they have done in life
  36. And the Hellfire will be displayed for all to see 
  37. The one who crossed all limits (in disbelief and evil deeds)
  38.  And preferred the life of this world 
  39. Truly, Hellfire will be his home
  40. But as for him who feared standing before his Lord, and stopped himself from bad desires
  41. Truly, Paradise will be his home
  42. They ask you ˹O Prophet˺ about the Hour (of the Day of Judgement), “When will it take place 
  43. but how can you tell
  44. Only Allah knows its time
  45. You are only a warner for anyone who fears it. 
  46. The Day they see the hour of Judgement, they will feel like they had stayed in this world for only one afternoon or one morning.

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