Surah is described as “the heart of the Quran”, as it concerns the central figure in
... Anyone who recites this Surah gets the blessings equivalent to reading ten.
Yaa~Seen Indeed everything has a heart, and the heart of the Quran is Surah Ya Seen!
Surah Yaa~Seen Surah Yaa~Seen is devoted to RasulAllahSAW and the Revelation in the Quran that came through him. The abbreviated letters Yaa~Seen are usually construed as a title of RasulAllahSAW . This Surah is described as “the heart of the Quran”, as it concerns the central figure in the teaching of Islam and the central doctrine of Revelation and the Hereafter. RasulAllahSAW said: “Everything has a heart, and the heart of the Quran is Surah Yaa~Seen. Anyone who recites this Surah gets the blessings equivalent to reading ten Quran.” [Tirmidhi] The ProphetSAW said, “I wish that it (Yaa~Seen) is fully retained in the heart of every member of my Ummah (community).” There are many blessings for reciting this Surah by anyone who does it for the pleasure of AllahSWT. AllahSWT grants him blessings equivalent to reciting the Quran ten times. For those who recite it regularly, AllahSWT removes calamities, hardships, and evil from one’s heart, increases one’s sustenance, and grants his Du’a. One who recites it in the morning, AllahSWT grants his Du’a for the day. And one who recites it at night, all his sins are forgiven. Reciting it on a person under evil spell makes the spell go away with the blessings of AllahSWT. Many Aulia of AllahSWT have said that if this Surah is recited at times of hardship or dire needs, AllahSWT makes things easy. To those who recite it: AllahSWT feeds the hungry, clothes those without clothes, give protection to those who are scared, removes hardships of the needy, frees those who are imprisoned, frees those under loans from the obligations, and fulfill the needs of the needy. Reciting it next to a sick person helps in AllahSWT providing Shifa (healing). And, reciting at the time of death brings AllahSWT mercy and blessing at the place and makes it easy for the dying person.
May Allah, the most Exalted and Glorious, fill our hearts with the love of the Glorious Qur’an; may the Infinitely Merciful One make the Qur’an the spring of our hearts, a soothing balm and healer of all our spiritual ailments and worries, our guide and light in our earthly life, and a companion and source of comfort for us in our graves, and finally our escort to the jannah, the eternal realm of bliss that Allah has promised His righteous servants-Aameen!
AllahSWT’s guidance in Surah Yaa Seen The main object of this Surah is to warn the non-believers about the consequences of not believing in the Prophethood of MuhammadSAW and of resisting and opposing it with tyranny, ridicule and mockery. Arguments are also given about Tawhïd (the Oneness of God), Risãlat (Prophethood) and the Hereafter from the signs of the universe and the use of common sense. 1. The Quran is revealed by AllahSWT – the most Powerful and the most Merciful, to warn the people who have not been warned by their ancestors. 2. Prophet MuhammadSWT is the Messenger of AllahSWT and his traditions are the Siratal Mustaqeem (the straight path to Jannah.) 3. Our obligation is only to deliver the message of AllahSWT – we are not the judge or the enforcers. Only those whom AllahSWT wills will be guided. To some sinners and arrogant people the doors of AllahSWT mercy is already closed. And AllahSWT is keeping an account of everything that we do in this world. 4.
In delivering the message of AllahSWT, we must do it very sincerely and unselfishly. Our only goal should be to invite them to AllahSWT and in the process helping our family, friends, and the mankind away from the punishment in the Hellfire.
5. We should reflect in the universal faculties that AllahSWT has created for us to have a comfortable life in this world – the fertile land, the food, the Sun and Moon, the transportation etc. And we must be ever thankful. 6. AllahSWT has sent messengers to guide us to the right path. Prophet MuhammadSAW was the last Messenger. He delivered the word of Allah to guide the believers and warn the nonbelievers. 7. The Day of Judgment will come one day. It will happen all of a sudden while people would be carrying out there normal routines of life. Everyone, including those who died in the past, will wake up from their sleep in the graves and will rush to Allah SWT for Judgment. On that Day, everyone will be treated fairly according to their deeds in this world. 8. Those who obey Him will be rewarded with the total bliss in the Jannah. Those who disobey and transgress will be punished in the Hellfire. 9. We must recognize that the Shaitan is our open enemy and his aim is to lead us to the Hellfire. 10. Total immersion in the worship of AllahSWT is the Siratal Mustaqeem (the straight path to Jannah.)
SURAH Ya Seen Bis~mil~lahir Rah~maanir Raheem (I start) in the name of Allah, the Most Gracious the Most Merciful.
SECTION 1 1. Yaa seeen
Ya-Seen.1 2. Wal qur~aanil hakeem I swear by the Quran full of wisdom 2 3. In naka laminal mur~saleen Truly, you (O MuhammadSAW) are one of the Messengers, 3 4. „Alaa siratim mus~taqeem On a Straight Path 4 5. Tan~zeelal azee~zir raheem (It is) a Revelation sent down by the All-Mighty, the Most Merciful, 5 6. Litun~zira qau~mam maaa un~zira aabaa oohum fahum ghaafiloon In order that you may warn a people whose forefathers were not warned, so they are heedless. 6 Path
The one with wisdom
In order to warn
1. Ya-Sin is usually treated as a title of the holy Prophet SAW. HeSAW said; “Verily, AllahSWT has addressed me in Quran by seven names: Muhammad, Ahmed, Tahaa, Ya Seen, Al-Muzzammil, Al-Mudassir, and Abdullah SAW.” 2. The Book is Hakim – full of wisdom, because it is from the One who is All Wise. 3. It is made very clear and as a warning that the ProphetSAW is a messenger of AllahSWT and thus heSAW speaks the words of AllahSWT. So there should be no doubt about his message as being the divine message. 4. We ask AllahSWT in Surah Fatihah to guide us on the right path – here AllahSWT tells us that the path of the Prophet SAW is the straight path which leads to Jannah (Paradise.) This ayah also tells us that Quran and Sunnah are both divine guidance and erases the doubts of the people who do not pay attention to the Sunnah. 5. The Revelation is characterized by two attributes of Allah. It has force and power: for Allah is Exalted in Might and able to enforce His Will. And it brings a Message of hope and mercy; for Allah is Most Merciful. Thus it is warning to people who do not obey His commands – that the Quran is full of Allah’s mercy for us to earn a place in Jannah – but for those who are rebellious must know that Allah is All Powerful and He can enforce His will whenever He wishes. 6. The warning is in general global for those people who have not been warned in the near past (since in far past all people had received messengers from AllahSWT.) The Quran is also a warning for us – who have not taken the message of Quran seriously as a warning, i.e. those in contemporary times who have not internalized the message of Quran with an absolute certainty that the Hereafter and Day of Judgment are very real events that will happen on their times and those who do not follow the commandments in the Quran will be punished and they would not be able to use an excuse that they were not warned.
7. Laqad haq qal qaulu ‘alaa ak~sarihim fahum la yu’~minoon.
Indeed the Word (of punishment) has proved true against most of them, so they will not believe. 7 8. In~na ja’alna fee a’naaqihim agh~laalan fahiya ilal az~qaani fahum muq~mahoon.
Verily! We have put on their necks iron collars reaching to chins, so that their heads are forced up. 8
9. Wa ja'alna mim baini ai~dihim sad~danw wa min khal~fihim sad~dan fa agh~shai~naahum fahum la yub~siroon.
And We have put a barrier before them, and a barrier behind them, and We have covered them up, so that they cannot see. 10. Wa sawaa un ‘alai~him ‘a an~zar~tahum am lam tun~zirhum la yu’minoon.
It is the same to them whether you warn them or you warn them not, they will not believe. 11. In nama tun~ziru manit taba'az~zikra wa khashiyar Rah~maana bil ghaib fabash~ shir~hu bimagh~firatinw wa aj~rin kareem.
You can only warn him who follows the Reminder (the Quran), and fears the Most Beneficent (Allah) unseen. Give to such one the glad tidings of forgiveness, and a generous reward (i.e. Paradise). 11
12. In na nahnu nuhyil mauta wa nak~tubu ma qad~ damu wa aasaarahum wa kul la shai in ah~saina_hu fee imaamim mubin
Verily, We give life to the dead, and We record that which they send ahead, and their traces, and We have accounted for everything and recorded it in a Clear Book. They believe
Allah’s word is established
In front of them
Forcing heads up
They can see
Glad tidings/good news
Word (of Allah)
We have accounted
Signs left behind (deeds)
SECTION 2 13. Wad~rib lahum masalan as~haabal qar~yah iz jaa ahal mur~saloon
And narrate to them a similitude; the (story of the) dwellers of the town, when there came Messengers to them. 13 14. Iz arsal~naa ilai~himus~ na~ini fakaz~ zabu huma fa'az~zazna_ bisaalisin faqaloo in~ naa ilai~kum mur~saloon
When We sent to them two (Messengers,) they rejected them both, so We strengthened them with a third, and they said: “Verily! We have been sent to you as Messengers.” 15. Qalu maa an~tum il~la basharum~mis~luna wa maa an~zalar Rah~maanu min shai in in an~tum il~la tak~ziboon
They (people of the town) said: “You are only human beings like us, and the Most Beneficent (Allah) has revealed nothing, you are only telling lies.” 16. Qalu Rab~buna ya’lamu in~naa ilai~kum lamur~saloon
They (Messengers) said: “Our Lord knows that we have been sent as Messengers to you, 17. Wa ma alai~naa il~lal balaaghul mubeen And our duty is only to convey clearly the Message.”17 18. Qaaloo in~na tatai~ya~rna bikum la il~lam tan~tahoo lanar~juman~nakum wa layamas~san~nakum min~na azaabun aleem
They (people) said: “For us, we see an evil omen from you, if you do not desist, we will surely stone you, and afflict you with a painful torment from us.”18 19. Qaloo taairukum ma~akum a’ in zuk~kirtum; bal an~tum qau~mum mus~rifoon
They (Messengers) said: “Your evil omens are with you! (Do you call it “evil omen”) because you are admonished? Nay, but you are a people who are Musrifoon.” 19 Two
Set forth, strike, narrate
We strengthened/reinforced them.
Reject, belie, deny
We will stone you to death
We consider it a bad omen
Transgressors of all limits of sins
Your evil omens
Definitely get it
20. Wa jaa ‘ a min aq~sal madee~nati rajuluin~yasaa qaala yaa qau~mit tabi~ul
And there came running from the farthest part of the town, a man, saying: “O my people! Obey the Messengers;” 20 21. It tabiu ma~la yas alukum aj~ranw wa hum muh~tadoon
“Obey those who do not ask any compensation of you (for themselves), and who are rightly guided.” 22. Wa ma liya laa a’budul lazee fataraeei wa ilaihi tur~jaoon
“And why should I not worship Him (Allah Alone) Who has created me and to Whom you shall be returned.” 22 23. A at takhizu min dunihee aalihatan iny yurid~nir Rah~maanu bidur~ril la tugh~ni an~ni shafa ‘atuhum shai~anw wa la yun~qizoon
“Should I take (other) gods besides Him? If the Most Beneficent (Allah) intends any harm for me, their intercession would be of no use for me, nor could they save me?”
24. In~nee izal lafee dalaalim mubeen “Then verily, I should be in clear error.” 25. In~nee aaman~tu birab~bikum fas~ma’oon “Verily! I believe in your Lord, so listen to me!” 26. Qeelad khulil jan~nah qaala ya_laita qaumi ya’lamoon
It was said (to him when the disbelievers killed him): “Enter Paradise.” He said: “Would that my people knew! 27. Bima ghafara li Rab~bi wa ja’alani minal muk~rameen
That my Lord (Allah) has forgiven me, and made me among the honored ones!” 27 Man
Why should I? What’s with me?
Shall be returned
Will not benefit
Those who are honored
O I wish!
28. Wa maa an~zalna alaa qau~mihi mim ba’dihi min jun~dim minas samaa’i wama kun~na mun~zileen.
And We did not send down upon his people after him any army (of angels) from heaven, nor do We ever (see a need to) send down (such thing.) 28 29. In kaanat il~la sai~hatanw waahi~datan fa iza hum khaamidoon
It was no more than a single mighty blast, and behold! They were (all) silent (dead.) 29
Ya has~ratan ‘alal ‘ibaad; ma ya’tihim mir rasoolin il~la kaanu bihi yas~tah~zi’oon.
Alas for (My) servants! There never came a Messenger to them but they did mock at him. 30 31. Alam yarau kam ah~lakna qab~lahum minal qurooni an~nahum ilai~him la yar~ji’oon.
Do they not see how many of the generations We have destroyed before them? Verily, they will not return to them. 32. Wa in kul~lul lam~ma jami’ul ladai~na muh~daroon.
And surely, all, every one of them will be brought before Us. Those that go silent (dead)
Mighty blast; Loud sound
Mock at him
Comes to them
Will be brought (to appear.)
28. After 27 Ayaat, this is the first time Allah mentions His punishment. This reflects how He is lot more merciful than His wrath. In a Hadiths Qudsi AllahSWT says that His Mercy would prevail His wrath. Allah SWT also says that when it is time for punishment, He does not need any big army of special forces like that of angels from sky. He can just say “Kun” and it happens. 29. Allah's Justice or Punishment does not necessarily come with pomp and circumstance, and the forces of human evil do not have the power to subdue them. A single mighty Blast-either the rumbling of an earthquake, or a great and violent wind-was sufficient in this case. Here AllahSWT demonstrates His mighty power; just with one command the nature destroys towns in split seconds. By comparison, imagine in the worldly affairs, the most powerful nation of all time in history is American power today, but will all the might they can conquer even small nations or prevent natural disasters of hurricanes and jungle fires etc. 30. Allah regrets the folly of men, especially as He cherishes them as His own servants.
SECTION 3 33. Wa aayatul lahumul ar~dhul maitah; ah~yainaha wa akh~rajna minha hab~ban famin~hu ya’kuloon
And a sign for them is the dead land. We give it life, and We bring forth from it grains, so that they eat thereof. 34. Wa ja'alna feeha jan~naatim min nakhee~linw wa a’nabinw wa faj~jarna feeha
And We have made therein gardens of date-palms and grapes, and We have caused springs of water to gush forth therein 35. Liya’kulu min samarihee wa ma amilat~hu aidihim, afa~la yash~kuroon
So that they may eat of the fruit thereof, and their hands made it not. Will they not, then, give thanks? 36. Sub~hanal laze khalaqal
az~waja kul laha mim~ma tum~bitul ardu wa min an~fusihim wa mim~ma la ya~lamoon
Glory be to Him, Who has created all the pairs of that which the earth produces, as well as of their own (human) kind (male and female), and of that which they know not. 36 37. Wa aayatul
lahumul lail nas~lakhu min~hun nahaara fa izaa hum muz~limoon
And a sign for them is the night, We withdraw there from the day, and behold, they are in darkness. 38. Was sham~su taj~ri limus~taqar~ril laha; zaalika taq~deerul azizil
And the sun runs on its fixed course for a term (appointed). That is the Decree of the All-Mighty, the All-Knowing. 39. Wal qamara qad~dar~naahu manazila hat~ta ‘aada kal urjoonil qadeem
And (as for) the moon, We have ordained for it stages until it becomes again as an old dry date branch. 40. Las sham~su yam~baghi lahaa an tud~rikal qamara wa lal~lailu sabiqun nahaar wa kul~lun fee falakiny yas~bahoon
It is not permitted to the Sun to catch up the Moon, nor can the Night outstrip the Day: Each and every one float in its orbit. Date
They eat thereof
41. Wa aayatul lahum an~na hamal~na zur~ri~yatahum fil ful~kil mash~hoon.
And a sign for them is that We bore their offspring in the loaded ship (of Nooh.) 41 42. Wa khalaq~na lahum mim~mits~lihee ma yar~kaboon
And We have created for them similar (transportation) on which they ride. 42 43. Wa in~nasha nugh~riq~hum fala sareekha lahum wa la hum yun~qazoon. If it were Our Will, We could drown them: then there would be no helper , nor could they be saved, 44. Il~la rah~matam min~na wa mata ‘an ilaa heen
Except (by) mercy from Us, and as an enjoyment for an (appointed) time. 44 45. Wa iza qeela lahumut~taqoo ma baina ai~deekum wa ma khal~fakum la'al lakum tur~hamoon
And when it is said to them: "Fear for that which is before you (worldly torments), and that which is ahead of you (torments in the Hereafter), so that you may receive Mercy 45 46. Wa ma ta’teehim min aayatim min aayaati rab~bihim il~la
kaanu an~ha mu’rideen
And never does a Sign come to them from among the Signs of their Lord, but they turn away from it. 47. Wa izav qeela lahum an~fiqoo mim~ma razaqakumul laahu qaalal lazeena kafaroo lil lazeena aamanu anut~’imu mal~lau yashaa ul~laahu at~’amahoo in an~tum il~la fee dalaalim mubeen
And when it is said to them: "Spend of that with which Allah has provided you," those who disbelieve say to those who believe: "Shall we feed those whom, if Allah willed, He (Himself) would have fed? You are only in a plain error." Loaded; Full
Loading up (e.g. on transportation)
One who listens to appeal
Turning the face away
Until a fixed time
41. The past history of his race takes us to the story of the Flood, which is symbolical of Allah's justice and mercy. Noah's Ark was a "Sign to all People": the story of the Ark remains an everlasting Sign and Warning to mankind-a Sign of deliverance to the righteous and of destruction to the wicked. Man's own personal experience is appealed to in every ship afloat: 42. The stately ships sailing through the seas, heavier than air, yet carrying man and his goods safely and smoothly across the waters, they are another Sign for man. Ships are not mentioned, but (vessels) like the Ark: they would cover all kinds of sea-craft, but also the modern aircraft, which "swims" through air instead of through water. 44. Allah has given man all these wonderful things in nature and utilities produced by the skill and intelligence which Allah has given to man. It is only Allah's Mercy that saves man from destruction for man's own follies, and that saving or the enjoyment of these utilities and conveniences he should not consider as eternal: they are only given for a time, in this life of probation.
48. Wa yaqu~loona mataa haazal w’adu in kun~tum saadi~qeen And they say: "When will this promise (i.e. Resurrection) be fulfilled, if you are truthful?" 48 49. Maa yan~zuroona il~la sai~hatanw waahidatan ta’khuzuhum wa hum yakhis~simoon
They wait only but for a single blast that will seize them while they are disputing (among themselves!) 50. Fala yas~tatee~oona tausi~yatanw wa la ila_ ahlihim yar~ji~oon
Then they will not be able to make a bequest, neither will they return to their family.
SECTION 4 51. Wa nufikha fis~soori fa iza hum minal aj~datsi ila rab~bihim yan~siloon
And the Trumpet will be blown (i.e. the second blowing) and behold! From the graves they will come out hasten on to their Lord. 52. Qaalu ya wai~lana mam ba~’atsana mim mar~qadina; haza ma wa'adar rah~maanu wa sadaqal mur~saloon
They will say: "Woe to us! Who has raised us up from our place of sleep?" (It will be said to them): "This is what the Most Beneficent (Allah) had promised, and the Messengers spoke the truth!" 52 53. In kanat il~la sai~hatanw waahidatan fa iza hum jamiul ladaina muh~daroon It will be no more than a single Blast, when behold! They all will be brought up before Us! 53 54. Fal yau~ma la tuz~lamoo nafsun shai~anw wa la tuj~zauna il~la ma kun~tum ta’maloon This Day (Day of Resurrection), none will be wronged in anything, nor will you be requited anything except that which you used to do. Will, Bequest
Ability to do
Arguing (among themselves)
Rush , hasten
Brought to, presented to
Place of sleep
48. In addition to the arrogance and blasphemy, they not only refuse Faith, but they taunt the men of Faith: "If there is a Hereafter, tell us when it will be!" The answer is: "It will come sooner than you expect: you will yet be disputing about things of Faith and neglecting your opportunities in Life, when the Hour will sound, and you will have no time even to make your dispositions in this life: you will be cut off from everyone whom you thought to be near and dear to you, or able to help you! 52. The dead will rise as in a daze, and they will be confused in the new conditions! They will gradually regain their memory and their personality. They will be reminded that Allah in His grace and mercy had already announced the Hereafter in their probationary lives, and the word of Allah's messengers, which then seemed so strange and remote, was true and was now being fulfilled!
55. In~na as~haabal jan~natil yau~ma fi shugulin faa~kihoon
Verily, the dwellers of the Paradise, that Day, will be busy in joyful things 56. Hum wa az~waajuhum fi zilaalin ‘alal araa~iki mut~taki~oon
They and their wives will be in pleasant shade, reclining on thrones. 57. Lahum feeha fakihatunw wa lahum ma yad~ da~oon They will have fruits therein and they will have whatever they desire. 58. Salaamun qau~lam mir~rab~bir raheem (It will be said to them): Salamun (peace be on you), a Word from the Lord (Allah), Most Merciful. 59. Wam~taazul yau~ma ay~yuhal muj~rimoon "And get apart this Day! O you the guilty ones!” 60. Alam ahad ilai~kum yaa banee aadama al la ta’budus shaitaan; in~nahoo lakum adunw wum mubeen
Did I not enjoin you, O children of Adam! That you should not worship the Shaitan? Surely he is your open enemy, 61. Wa anee budooni haaza siraatum mus~taqim And that you should worship Me (Alone). That is the Straight Path. 62. Wa laqad adhal~la min~kum jibil~lan katsira; afalam takoonu ta’qiloon
And indeed he (Satan) did lead astray a great multitude of you. Did you not, then, understand? Thick shades
Resting on pillows
Separate, spread away
What ever they desire
Groups of people
55. Note the gradation in the description. First, there is the nature of the joy therein. It will be a Garden i.e., everything beautiful to see, hear, feel, taste, and smell; delightfully green lawns, trees; the streams and the songs of birds; the flowers, the flavors of fruits; and the perfumes of flowers and scents. An active joy, without fatigue: a source of total joy without alloy. 56. Secondly, the joy or happiness is figured to be, not solitary, but shared by partners. 57. Thirdly, a total Bliss -- the Bliss in the Hereafter has an inner quality. 58. Fourthly, the highest grade of bliss, the salutation "Salaam (Peace!)" from Allah Most Merciful -- the final Goal. 59. Now contemplate the state of the Sinners in a graduated descent. In the first place, their state of isolation. From this Day of Judgment, they will no longer have the chance of being with the Blessed. The first feature of the Day of Judgment is that it is a Day of Separation. 60. Secondly, there is a gentle reproach to the wrong-doers. They are addressed as "children of Adam", to emphasize two facts, (1) that they have disgraced their ancestry, and (2) that Allah Most Merciful has throughout the ages continued to warn mankind again
63. Haazihil jahan~namul latee kun~tum tuadoon This is Hell which you were promised! 63 64. Is~lauhal yau~ma bima kun~tum tak~furoon Embrace (the Fire) this Day, for that you used to disbelieve! 65. Al~yauma nakh~timu alaa af~waahihim wa tukal~limuna aidihim wa tash~hadu ar~juluhum bima kaanu yak~siboon
This Day, We shall seal up their mouths, and their hands will speak to Us, and their feet will bear witness to what they used to earn. 65 66. Wa lau nashaa’u lathamas~na ‘alaa a’yunihim fas~tabaqus~sirata fa an~naa yub~siroon
And if it had been Our Will, We would surely have wiped out (blinded) their eyes, so that they would struggle for the Path, how then would they see? 67. Wa lau nashaa’u lamasakh~naahum ‘alaa makaa~natihim famas~tata’u mudiy~yaw wa la yar~jioon
And if it had been Our Will, We could have transformed them (lifeless objects) in their places. Then they would not have been able to go forward (move about) nor they could have turned back.
SECTION 5 68. Wa man nu’am~mirhu nunak~kis~hu fil khalq;. afala ya’~qiloon
And he whom We grant long life, We reverse him in creation (weakness after strength). Will they not then understand? 68 69. Wa ma ‘al~lam~naahush~shira wa ma yam~baghil lah in huwa il~la zikrunw, wa quranum muboon
And We have not taught him (MuhammadSAW) poetry, nor is it worthy for him. This is only a Reminder and a plain Quran. 70. Liyun~zira man kaana haee~yanw wa yahiqal qaulu alal kaafireen
That it may warn him who would have life, and (that) the word may prove true against the nonbelievers Put a seal on it
That you were promised (warned)
Wipe out, erase
Give long life
63. The naked fact is now placed before them -the Hell,-the state of damnation, which they could so easily have avoided! 65. Hands and feet" in this connection are symbolical of all the instruments for action which they were given in this life. 68. Everything is possible with Allah. Contemplate the transformations he already undergoes in his present nature at different ages. As a child powers of mind and body are still undeveloped. As he grows, they grow, and certain moral qualities, such as courage,
71. Awalam yarau an~ na khalaq~na lahum mim~ma amilat aideena an~aaman fahum laha maalikoom
Do they not see that We have created for them of what Our Hands have created, the cattle, so that they are their owners. 71 72. Wa zal~lal~naaha lahum famin~ha raku~buhum wa min~ha ya’kuloon
And We have subdued them unto them so that some of them they have for riding and some they eat. 73. Wa lahum feeha mana~fi~oo wa masharib afala yash~kuroon
And they have (other) benefits from them (besides), and they get (milk) to drink, will they not then be grateful? 73 74. Wat~takhazu min doonil laahi aalihatal la'al~lahum yun~saroon
And they have taken besides Allah aliha (gods), hoping that they might be helped (by those so called gods) 75. La yas~tatee~oona nasrahum wa hum lahum jun~dum muh~daroon
They cannot help them, but they will be brought forward as a troop against those who worshipped them (at the time of Reckoning). 76. Fala yah~zun~ka qauluhum in na’nalamu ma yusir~roona wa ma yu’linoon
So let not their speech, then, grieve you (O MuhammadSAW). Verily, We know what they conceal and what they reveal. 76 Will be helped
We disgraced him/subdued him
71. If they are blind to other Signs of Allah, they can at least see the simple homely things of life in which they receive so many benefits from Allah's mercy. How it is that wild animal can be domesticated, and in domestication can be so useful to man? Man can use them for riding or for drought; he can use their flesh for food and drink their milk; he can use their hair or wool. 73. Such as skins for leather, furs for warmth, sheep's wool or camel's hair for blankets or textiles, musk for perfume, and so on. The whole argument turns on this. 'Our teaching is for your own benefit. We confer all these blessings on you, and yet ye turn away from the Giver of all, and run after your own vain imaginations! 76. If men are so foolish as to reject Allah, let not the men of Allah grieve over it. They should do their duty, and leave the rest to Allah. Allah knows all the open and secret motives that sway the wicked, and His Plan must ultimately prevail, however much appearances may be against it at any given time.
77. Awa lam yaral in~saanu an~na min~nut~fatin fa
khalaq~naahu huwa khaseemum~mubeen
Does not man see that We have created him from the small seed? Yet behold! He (stands forth) as an open adversary! 77 78. Wa daraba lanaa masalanw wa nasiya khalqah qaala maeen yuh~yil izaama wa hiya rameem
And he makes comparisons for Us, and forgets his own (origin and) Creation: He says, "Who can give life to (dry) bones and decomposed ones?" 79. Qul yuh~yi hal~lazee an sha ahaa aw~wala mar~rah wa huwa
Say: (O MuhammadSAW) "He will give life to them Who created them for the first time! And He is the All-Knower of every creation!" 80. Nil lazee ja'ala
lakum minash shajaril akh~dari naaran fa iza an~tum min~hu tu~qidoon
He, Who produces for you fire out of the green tree, when behold! You kindle therewith. 81. Awa laisal laze khalaqas samaawaati wal arda biqaadirin alaa aeen~yakh~luqa huwal khalaaqul aleem
mislahum balaa, wa
Is not He, Who created the heavens and the earth able to create the like of them? Yes, indeed! He is the All-Knowing Supreme Creator. 81 82. In~namaa yaqoola lahoo
am~ruhoo izaa araada shai~aeen Kun! Fayakoon!
Verily, when He intends a thing, His Command is, "be", and it is! 82 83. Fasub~haanal lazee biyadi~hee malakootu kul~li shai~inw wa ilaihi tur~ja’oon
So Glorified is He and Exalted above all that they associate with Him, and in Whose Hands is the dominion of all things, and to Him you shall be returned. 83 Forgets
Adversary; one who opposes
Small drop; seed
Be! And it is!
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