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)
In the name of God, The Most Gracious, The Dispenser of Grace
۞ The sure calamity! (1) What is the Inevitable Calamity? (2) And what will make you realize what the Inevitable Hour is? (3) The Thamud and 'Ad denied the consequential calamity. (4) The Thamuds were destroyed by a violent blast of sound. (5) And as for 'Ad, they were destroyed by a furious violent wind; (6) which God let loose against them for seven nights and eight days unremittingly, so that you could have seen its people lying prostrate as though they were the hollow trunks of palm-trees which had fallen down. (7) and dost thou now see any remnant of them? (8) And Fir'aun (Pharaoh), and those before him, and the cities overthrown [the towns of the people of [Lout (Lot)] committed sin, (9) And they disobeyed their Lord's Messenger, so He punished them with a strong punishment. (10) Verily when the water rose to great heights, We bore you upon a floating vessel (i.e. the Ark) (11) making it a Reminder for you, for all attentive ears to retain. (12) Then when the Trumpet will be blown with one blowing (the first one), (13) when the earth with all its mountains is lifted up and crushed with a single blow, (14) On that Day will come what is to come. (15) And the sky will be rent asunder, for on that Day it will be so frail. (16) and the angels shall stand upon its borders, and upon that day eight shall carry above them the Throne of thy Lord. (17) On that day all of you will be brought forth, so none among you wishing to hide will be able to hide. (18) So whoever is given his book in his right hand he will say, “Take, read my account!” (19) Indeed, I knew that I should come to my reckoning' (20) And so he will find himself in a happy state of life, (21) in a lofty Garden, (22) Its [fruit] to be picked hanging near. (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) But, he who is given his book in his left hand will say: 'Woe to me, would that my book had not been given to me! (25) and neither known this my account! (26) Would that death had taken us away for good. (27) My wealth hath not availed me, (28) "My power has perished from me!"... (29) Lay hold of him and chain him; (30) And then expose him to hell-fire (31) Then fasten him with a chain seventy cubits long: (32) Behold, he never believed in God the All-mighty, (33) Nor did he encourage the feeding of the poor. (34) Therefor hath he no lover here this day, (35) and has no food except the filth from the washing of wounds, (36) which none but the sinners eat!" (37)
69 Incontestable
Al-Haaqqah
1 of 2
۞
1/2 Hizb 57
Juz 29