69 Incontestable
Al-Haaqqah
1 of 2
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1/2 Hizb 57
Juz 29
Incontestable (Al-Haaqqah)
52 verses, revealed in Mecca after Kingship (Al-Mulk) before The Heights (Al-Ma'aarej)
Allah - beginning with the name of - the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful
۞ The true event! (1) What is the sure calamity! (2) Would that you knew (in detail) what the Inevitable is! (3) The Thamud and the Ad denied the (possibility of a) sudden calamity, calling it false. (4) Thamood, they were destroyed by the violent shout (of Gabriel), (5) And as for 'Ad, they were destroyed by a furious violent wind; (6) which He willed against them for seven nights and eight days without cease, so that in the end thou couldst see those people laid low [in death,] as though they were so many [uprooted] trunks of hollow palm trees: (7) Do you then see of them one remaining? (8) Pharaoh and those before him and the people of the overturned habitations all engaged in the same great sin. (9) And they disobeyed their Lord's Messenger, so He punished them with a strong punishment. (10) But We bore you away in the Ark, when the waters rose high, (11) So that We may make it a reminder to you, and that the retaining ear might retain it. (12) So when the Trumpet will be blown, with a sudden single blow. (13) the earth and mountains will be raised up high and crushed all together. (14) Then, on that day will the Event befall. (15) And the sky will be rent asunder, for it will that Day be flimsy, (16) and will turn frail, losing all force. The angels will be around the heavens and on that day eight of them will carry the Throne of your Lord above all the creatures. (17) That Day, you will be exhibited [for judgement]; not hidden among you is anything concealed. (18) Then as for him who is given his book in his right hand, he will say: Lo! read my book: (19) "Surely, I did believe that I shall meet my Account!" (20) So he shall be in a life, well-pleasing. (21) in a high Garden, (22) The fruits of which are near at hand: (23) (They will be told): “Eat and drink with good cheer as a reward for the good deeds you did in the days that have passed by.” (24) And as for him who is given his book in his left hand he shall say: O would that my book had never been given me: (25) and had not known my account. (26) Would that death had taken us away for good. (27) My wealth has not helped me a thing (28) My authority is gone away from me. (29) 'Take him, and fetter him, (30) Then cast him into the burning fire, (31) "Further, make him march in a chain, whereof the length is seventy cubits! (32) for he did not believe in Almighty God, (33) Nor did he urge the feeding of the poor. (34) So there is not for him here this Day any devoted friend (35) Nor any food save filth (36) “Which none except the guilty shall eat.” (37)
69 Incontestable
Al-Haaqqah
1 of 2
۞
1/2 Hizb 57
Juz 29