79) Sūrat An-Nāzi`āt

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Wa An-Nāzi`āti Gharqāan By those angels who violently pull out the souls of the wrongdoers,[79.1]
Wa An-Nāshāti Nashţāan and those who gently draw out the souls of the righteous,[79.2]
Wa As-Sābiĥāti Sabĥāan and those who glide about swiftly through space,[79.3]
Fālssābiqāti Saban then speed headlong to carry out the commands of Allah,[79.4]
Fālmudabbirāti 'Aman and those who regulate the affairs of the world![79.5]
Yawma Tarjufu Ar-Rājifahu The Day on which the quake shall cause a violent commotion,[79.6]
Tatba`uhā Ar-Rādifahu which will be followed by another violent commotion,[79.7]
Qulūbun Yawma'idhin Wājifahun and on that Day, hearts shall be pounding with terror[79.8]
'Abşāruhā Khāshi`ahun and sight shall be downcast.[79.9]
Yaqūlūna 'A'innā Lamardūdūna Fī Al-Ĥāfirahi The unbelievers say: Shall we really be restored to our former state (life),[79.10]
'A'idhā Kunnā `Ižāmāan Nakhirahan when we shall have become hollow bones?[79.11]
Qālū Tilka 'Idhāan Karratun Khāsirahun They further say: It would then be a fruitless restoration![79.12]
Fa'innamā Hiya Zajratun Wāĥidahun They should know that it shall be only a single shout,[79.13]
Fa'idhā Hum Bis-Sāhirahi and they will be back to life in open plain.[79.14]
Hal 'Tāka Ĥadīthu Mūsá Have you heard the story of Musa (Moses)?[79.15]
'Idh Nādāhu Rabbuhu Bil-Wādi Al-Muqaddasi Ţūáan When His Rabb called him in the sacred valley of Tuwa,[79.16]
Adh/hab 'Ilá Fir`awna 'Innahu Ţaghá and said: Go to Fir'on (Pharaoh) for he has indeed transgressed all bounds,[79.17]
Faqul Hal Laka 'Ilá 'An Tazakká and tell him, `Have you the desire to purify yourself?[79.18]
Wa 'Ahdiyaka 'Ilá Rabbika Fatakhshá If so, I shall guide you towards your Rabb, so that you may fear Him.'"[79.19]
Fa'arāhu Al-'Āyata Al-Kub Then Musa showed Fir'on the mighty sign,[79.20]
Fakadhdhaba Wa `Aşá but he denied and disobeyed.[79.21]
Thumma 'Adbara Yas`á Then he quickly turned back,[79.22]
Faĥashara Fanādá assembled his people and made a proclamation;[79.23]
Faqāla 'Anā Rabbukumu Al-'A`lá I am your lord, the most high."[79.24]
Fa'akhadhahu Al-Lahu Nakāla Al-'Ākhirati Wa Al-'Ū Consequently, Allah seized him for punishment, both in the Hereafter and in this life.[79.25]
'Inna Fī Dhālika La`ibratan Liman Yakhshá Surely in this there is a lesson for the Godfearing.[79.26]
'A'antum 'Ashaddu Khalqāan 'Ami As-Samā'u Banāhā O mankind, is your creation harder than the heaven that He built?[79.27]
Rafa`a Samkahā Fasawwāhā He raised its canopy and fashioned it to perfection,[79.28]
Wa 'Aghţasha Laylahā Wa 'Akhraja Đuĥāhā He gave darkness to the night and brightness to the day.[79.29]
Wa Al-'Arđa Ba`da Dhālika Daĥāhā After that He spread out the earth,[79.30]
'Akhraja Minhā Mā'ahā Wa Mar`āhā then from it He brought forth its water and its pasture,[79.31]
Wa Al-Jibāla 'Arsāhā set its mountains,[79.32]
Matā`āan Lakum Wa Li'an`āmikum and made them beneficial for you and your cattle.[79.33]
Fa'idhā Jā'ati Aţāmmatu Al-Kub When the great disaster will strike,[79.34]
Yawma Yatadhakkaru Al-'Insānu Mā Sa`á the Day when man will call to mind all that he had striven for.[79.35]
Wa Burrizati Al-Jaĥīmu Liman Yará When hell shall be placed in full view of all,[79.36]
Fa'ammā Man Ţaghá then he who had rebelled[79.37]
Wa 'Āthara Al-Ĥayāata Ad-Dun and preferred the life of this world[79.38]
Fa'inna Al-Jaĥīma Hiya Al-Ma'wá shall have his abode in hell.[79.39]
Wa 'Ammā Man Khāfa Maqāma Rabbihi Wa Nahá An-Nafsa `Ani Al-Hawá But he who had feared standing before his Rabb and curbed his evil desires[79.40]
Fa'inna Al-Jannata Hiya Al-Ma'wá shall have his home in paradise.[79.41]
Yas'alūnaka `Ani As-Sā`ati 'Ayyāna Mursāhā They ask you about the hour: When will it come?[79.42]
Fīma 'Anta Min Dhikrāhā But it is not for you to know or tell its timing.[79.43]
'Ilá Rabbika Muntahāhā Only your Rabb knows when it will come.[79.44]
'Innamā 'Anta Mundhiru Man Yakhshāhā You are but a Warner to him who fears it.[79.45]
Ka'annahum Yawma Yarawnahā Lam Yalbathū 'Illā `Ashīyatan 'Aw Đuĥāhā On that Day when they shall see it, they shall feel as if they had stayed in this world only one evening or one morning.[79.46]