Meaning of Quran

An-Nazi’at | Those Who Drag Forth

With the name of Allah, the All-Merciful, the Very-Merciful.

[79:1]
I swear by those (angels) who pull out (the souls of the infidels) with extreme force,

[79:2]
and by those (angels) who untie the knot (of the souls of the believers) smoothly,

[79:3]
and by those who float (in the atmosphere) swiftly,

[79:4]
then proceed forward quickly,

[79:5]
then manage (to do) everything (they are ordered to do,)

[79:6]
(you will be resurrected) on the Day when the shocking event (i.e. the first blowing of the trumpet) will shock
(everything),

[79:7]
followed by the next one (i.e. the second blowing of the trumpet.)

[79:8]
On that day, hearts (of people) will be throbbing,

[79:9]
with their eyes downcast.

[79:10]
They (the infidels) say, .Are we going to be brought back to our former state (of Life)?

[79:11]
Is it when we are turned into decayed bones?.

[79:12]
They say, .If so, that will be a harmful homecoming..

[79:13]
In fact, it will be only a single harsh voice,

[79:14]
and in no time they will be (brought) into the plain (of Hashr).

[79:15]
Has there come to you the narrative about Musa?

[79:16]
(Recall) when his Lord called to him in the blessed valley of Tuwa:

[79:17]
.Go to Firaun (Pharaoh). Indeed, he has crossed all bounds.

[79:18]
And say (to him,) =Would you like to purify yourself,

[79:19]
and that I should guide you to your Lord, so that you fear (Him)?‘.

[79:20]
So, he (Musa) showed him the biggest sign.

[79:21]
But he rejected and disobeyed,

[79:22]
then he turned back, and tried hard (to refute the Messenger),

[79:23]
then he gathered (his people) and shouted

[79:24]
and said, .I am your supreme lord..

[79:25]
So, Allah seized him for an exemplary punishment in the Hereafter and the present world.

[79:26]
Indeed, there is a lesson for him who fears (Allah).

[79:27]
Is your creation more difficult or that of the sky? He has built it,

[79:28]
He has raised its height, then made it proper,

[79:29]
and darkened its night, and brought forth its daylight,

[79:30]
and, after that, He spread out the earth.

[79:31]
From it, He brought out its water and its meadows,

[79:32]
and firmly fixed the mountains,

[79:33]
(all this) as a benefit to you and your cattle.

[79:34]
So when the Greatest Havoc will take place

[79:35]
on the day when man will recall what he did,

[79:36]
and the Hell will be exposed for all who see,

[79:37]
then for the one who had rebelled,

[79:38]
and preferred the worldly life (to the Hereafter),

[79:39]
the Hell will be the abode,

[79:40]
whereas for the one who feared to stand before his Lord, and restrained his self from the (evil) desire,

[79:41]
the Paradise will be the abode.

[79:42]
They ask you (O Prophet,) about the Hour (the Day of Judgment) as to when it will take place.

[79:43]
In which capacity are you to tell this?

[79:44]
With your Lord is the final word about it.

[79:45]
You are only a warner for anyone who fears it.

[79:46]
The day they will see it, it will seem to them as if they did not live (in the world) but only for one afternoon or for the
morning thereof.