80) Sūrat `Abasa

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`Abasa Wa Tawallá He (the Prophet) frowned and turned away[80.1]
'An Jā'ahu Al-'A`má when there came to him the blind man (Ibn Umme Maktm, who came to the Prophet and interrupted his conversation with the chiefs of Makkah).[80.2]
Wa Mā Yudrīka La`allahu Yazzakká How could you tell? He might have sought to purify himself[80.3]
'Aw Yadhdhakkaru Fatanfa`ahu Adh-Dhikrá or become reminded and might have benefited from Our reminder.[80.4]
'Ammā Mani Astaghná As for him who is indifferent,[80.5]
Fa'anta Lahu Taşaddá to whom you were attending;[80.6]
Wa Mā `Alayka 'Allā Yazzakká you will not be held responsible if he would not purify himself.[80.7]
Wa 'Ammā Man Jā'aka Yas`á Yet to him who came to you with zeal on his own[80.8]
Wa Huwa Yakhshá and with fear of Allah in his heart,[80.9]
Fa'anta `Anhu Talahhá you gave no heed.[80.10]
Kallā 'Innahā Tadhkirahun It should not be so! Indeed, this is but an admonition;[80.11]
Faman Shā'a Dhakarahu let him who wants, accept it.[80.12]
Fī Şuĥufin Mukarramahin It is written in scrolls, which are honored,[80.13]
Marfū`atin Muţahharahin exalted, purified,[80.14]
Bi'aydī Safarahin and which remain in the hands of scribes,[80.15]
Kirāmin Bararahin who are noble and virtuous.[80.16]
Qutila Al-'Insānu Mā 'Akfarahu Woe to man! What a disbeliever he is![80.17]
Min 'Ayyi Shay'in Khalaqahu Out of what Allah has created him?[80.18]
Min Nuţfatin Khalaqahu Faqaddarahu Out of a semen-drop! Allah created him and then fashioned him in due proportion,[80.19]
Thumma As-Sabīla Yassarahu then makes his way of life smooth for him,[80.20]
Thumma 'Amātahu Fa'aqbarahu then causes him to die and stows him in a grave.[80.21]
Thumma 'Idhā Shā'a 'Ansharahu Then He will surely bring him back to life when He pleases.[80.22]
Kallā Lammā Yaqđi Mā 'Amarahu By no means has he fulfilled the duty that Allah had assigned him.[80.23]
Falyanžuri Al-'Insānu 'Ilá Ţa`āmihi Let man reflect on the food he eats,[80.24]
'Annā Şabab Al-Mā'a Şabbāan How We pour down rainwater in abundance[80.25]
Thumma Shaqaq Al-'Arđa Shaqqāan and cleave the soil asunder.[80.26]
Fa'anbatnā Fīhā Ĥabbāan How We bring forth grain,[80.27]
Wa `Inabāan Wa Qađbāan grapes and nutritious vegetation;[80.28]
Wa Zaytūnāan Wa Nakhan olives and dates,[80.29]
Wa Ĥadā'iqa Ghulbāan lush gardens,[80.30]
Wa Fākihatan Wa 'Abbāan fruits and fodder,[80.31]
Matā`āan Lakum Wa Li'an`āmikum as a means of sustenance for you and your cattle.[80.32]
Fa'idhā Jā'ati Aş-Şākhkhahu Finally when there will come the deafening blast,[80.33]
Yawma Yafirru Al-Mar'u Min 'Akhīhi on that Day each man shall flee from his own brother,[80.34]
Wa 'Ummihi Wa 'Abīhi his mother and his father,[80.35]
Wa Şāĥibatihi Wa Banīhi his wife and his children.[80.36]
Likulli Amri'in Minhum Yawma'idhin Sha'nun Yughnīhi For each one of them, on that Day, shall have enough concern of his own to make him indifferent to the others.[80.37]
Wujūhun Yawma'idhin Musfirahun Some faces on that Day shall be shining,[80.38]
Đāĥikatun Mustabshirahun smiling and joyful.[80.39]
Wa Wujūhun Yawma'idhin `Alayhā Ghabarahun And some faces on that Day shall be dusty[80.40]
Tarhaquhā Qatarahun and veiled with darkness.[80.41]
'Ūlā'ika Humu Al-Kafaratu Al-Fajarahu These shall be the faces of the disbelieving wicked.[80.42]