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The Lord Complete Holy Book (The Quran)

in English Audio Spoken by J.D. Hall

Translated by Malik

 

Now Playing # (79) Those Who Pull Out (An-Naziat)

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In the name of Allah, the Compassionate, the Merciful

SECTION: 1
By those angels who violently pull out the souls of the wrongdoers,[1] and those who gently draw out the souls of the righteous,[2] and those who glide about swiftly through space,[3] then speed headlong to carry out the commands of Allah,[4] and those who regulate the affairs of the world![5] The Day on which the quake shall cause a violent commotion,[6] which will be followed by another violent commotion,[7] and on that Day, hearts shall be pounding with terror[8] and sight shall be downcast.[9] The unbelievers say: “Shall we really be restored to our former state (life),[10] when we shall have become hollow bones?”[11] They further say: “It would then be a fruitless restoration!”[12] They should know that it shall be only a single shout,[13] and they will be back to life in open plain.[14]

79:[1-14]


Death, Day of Resurrection and Life after death

Have you heard the story of Musa (Moses)?[15] When His Rabb called him in the sacred valley of Tuwa,[16] and said: “Go to Fir'on (Pharaoh) for he has indeed transgressed all bounds,[17] and tell him, `Have you the desire to purify yourself?[18] If so, I shall guide you towards your Rabb, so that you may fear Him.'"[19] Then Musa showed Fir'on the mighty sign,[20] but he denied and disobeyed.[21] Then he quickly turned back,[22] assembled his people and made a proclamation;[23] “I am your lord, the most high."[24] Consequently, Allah seized him for punishment, both in the Hereafter and in this life.[25] Surely in this there is a lesson for the Godfearing.[26]

79:[15-26]

The story of Musa when he called Fir'on to his Rabb, he denied Allah and was seized for punishment

SECTION: 2
O mankind, is your creation harder than the heaven that He built?[27] He raised its canopy and fashioned it to perfection,[28] He gave darkness to the night and brightness to the day.[29] After that He spread out the earth,[30] then from it He brought forth its water and its pasture,[31] set its mountains,[32] and made them beneficial for you and your cattle.[33]

79:[27-33]


The creation of man is no harder than the creation of heavens, earth and its contents

When the great disaster will strike,[34] the Day when man will call to mind all that he had striven for.[35] When hell shall be placed in full view of all,[36] then he who had rebelled[37] and preferred the life of this world[38] shall have his abode in hell.[39] But he who had feared standing before his Rabb and curbed his evil desires[40] shall have his home in paradise.[41] They ask you about the hour: “When will it come?”[42] But it is not for you to know or tell its timing.[43] Only your Rabb knows when it will come.[44] You are but a Warner to him who fears it.[45] On that Day when they shall see it, they shall feel as if they had stayed in this world only one evening or one morning.[46]

79:[34-46]


Punishment and reward on the Day of Judgment

Major Issues, Divine Law and Guidance:

* Death, the Day of Resurrection and life after death.
* The story of the Prophet Musa (pbuh) when he called Fir'on (Pharaoh) to his Rabb, who denied Allah and was subsequently punished.
* The creation of man is not harder than the creation of the heavens, earth and its contents.
* Punishment and reward on the Day of Judgement.

The theme of this Sürah is resurrection, life after death and a warning about the consequences of rejecting the Prophet of Allah. The Sürah opens with oaths sworn by the angels who take the soul at death and who hasten to carry out Allah’s Commands, and those who conduct the affairs of the universe according to Divine Will in order to assure that the Resurrection will certainly come to pass and the second life after death will certainly take place.

Then, briefly relating the story of Prophet Moses and Pharaoh, the fate that Pharaoh met as a consequence for belying the Rasool and rejecting the guidance brought by him and further endeavoring to defeat his mission by trickery and deceit. The people of Makkah are warned that if they do not learn a lesson from this story and change their ways and attitude accordingly, they will also meet the same fate.

Arguments are then given in support of the Hereafter and life after death, and attention is drawn to the earth and provisions that have been arranged in it for the sustenance of Allah's creation. It is further clarified that everything testifies to the fact that it has been created with great wisdom by Allah in fulfillment of some special purpose. Pointing to this, the question has been left to the intellect of man for pondering and to form an opinion of whether calling man to account for his sins after delegating authority and responsibility to him would be in keeping with the demands of a wise system. Or should man die after committing all sorts of misdeeds in the world, perish and mix in the dust forever and never be called to account for the responsibility and the authority entrusted to him?
 

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36 Ya-Seen (Ya Seen) listen
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38 The Letter Sad (Sad) listen
39 The Groups (Az-Zumar) listen
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41 Explained in Detail (Fussilat) listen
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45 The Kneeling (Al-Jathiya) listen
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47 Muhammad listen
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55 The Most Beneficent (Ar-Rahman) listen
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58 She That Dispute (Al-Mujidala) listen
59 The Gathering (Al-Hashr) listen
60 The Examined One (Al-Mumtahina) listen
61 The Row (As-Saff) listen
62 Friday (Al-Jumu'ah) listen
63 The Hypocrites (Al-Munafiqoon) listen
64 Loss and Gain (At-Taghabun) listen
65 The Divorce (At-Talaq) listen
66 Prohibition (At-Tahreem) listen
67 Dominion (Al-Mulk) listen
68 The Pen (Al-Qalam) listen
69 The Reality (Al-Haaqqa) listen
70 The Ways of Ascent (Al-Ma'arij) listen
71 Noah (Nuh) listen
72 The Jinn (Al-Jinn) listen
73 The Enshrouded One (Al-Muzzammil) listen
74 The Cloaked One (Al-Muddathir) listen
75 The-Resurrection (Al-Qiyamah) listen
76 Man (Al-Insan) listen
77 Those Sent Forth (Al-Mursalat) listen
78 The News (An-Naba) listen
79 Those Who Pull Out (An-Naziat) listen
80 He frowned (Abasa) listen
81 The Folding Up (At-Takwir) listen
82 The Cleaving (Al-Infitar) listen
83 Those Who Deal in Fraud (Al-Mutaffifin) listen
84 The Splitting Asunder (Al-Inshiqaq) listen
85 The Mansions of the Stars (Al-Burooj) listen
86 The Night Comer (At-Tariq) listen
87 The Most High (Al-A'la) listen
88 The Overwhelming (Al-Ghashiya) listen
89 The Dawn (Al-Fajr) listen
90 The City (Al-Balad) listen
91 The Sun (Ash-Shams) listen
92 The Night (Al-Layl) listen
93 The Morning Hours (Ad-Dhuha) listen
94 Relief  (Al-Inshirah) listen
95 The Figs (At-Teen) listen
96 The Clot (Al-Alaq) listen
97 The Night of Decree (Al-Qadr) listen
98 The Clear Proof (Al-Bayyina) listen
99 The Earthquake (Az-Zalzala) listen
100 The Courser (Al-Adiyat) listen
101 The Calamity (Al-Qariah) listen
102 Rivalry in world increase (At-Takathur) listen
103 The Declining Day (Al-Asr) listen
104 The Slanderer (Al-Humaza) listen
105 The Elephant (Al-Feel) listen
106 Quraish ( Quraish) listen
107 Small Kindnesses (Al-Maun) listen
108 Abundance (Al-Kawthar) listen
109 The Disbelievers (Al-Kafiroon) listen
110 Divine- Support (An-Nasr) listen
111 The Flame (Al-Masadd) listen
112 Sincerity (Al-Ikhlas) listen
113 The Daybreak (Al-Falaq) listen
114 The Mankind (An-Nas) listen

 

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The Lord Complete Audio English Quran in MP3 Spoken by J.D. Hall

Translated by Malik

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Now Playing # (79) Those Who Pull Out (An-Naziat) (46 Verses)