Scroll to:
Quran : The Moon 54
1 of 55
The Hour has drawn near, and the moon has been cleft asunder (the people of Makkah requested Prophet Muhammad SAW to show them a miracle, so he showed them the splitting of the moon).
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
2 of 55
And if they see a sign, they turn away, and say: "This is continuous magic."
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
3 of 55
They belied (the Verses of Allah, this Quran), and followed their own lusts. And every matter will be settled [according to the kind of deeds (for the doer of good deeds, his deeds will take him to Paradise, and similarly evil deeds will take their doers to Hell)].
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
4 of 55
And indeed there has come to them news (in this Quran) wherein there is (enough warning) to check (them from evil),
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
5 of 55
Perfect wisdom (this Quran), but (the preaching of) warners benefit them not,
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
6 of 55
So (O Muhammad SAW) withdraw from them. The Day that the caller will call (them) to a terrible thing.
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
7 of 55
They will come forth, with humbled eyes from (their) graves as if they were locusts spread abroad,
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
8 of 55
Hastening towards the caller, the disbelievers will say: "This is a hard Day."
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
9 of 55
The people of Nuh (Noah) denied (their Messenger) before them, they rejected Our slave, and said: "A madman!" and he was insolently rebuked and threatened.
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
10 of 55
Then he invoked his Lord (saying): "I have been overcome, so help (me)!"
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
11 of 55
So We opened the gates of heaven with water pouring forth.
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
12 of 55
And We caused the earth to gush forth with springs. So the waters (of the heaven and the earth) met for a matter predestined.
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
13 of 55
And We carried him on a (ship) made of planks and nails,
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
14 of 55
Floating under Our Eyes, a reward for him who had been rejected!
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
15 of 55
And indeed, We have left this as a sign, then is there any that will remember (or receive admonition)?
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
16 of 55
Then how (terrible) was My Torment and My Warnings?
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
17 of 55
And We have indeed made the Quran easy to understand and remember, then is there any that will remember (or receive admonition)?
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
18 of 55
'Ad (people) belied (their Prophet, Hud), then how (terrible) was My Torment and My Warnings?
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
19 of 55
Verily, We sent against them a furious wind of harsh voice on a day of evil omen and continuous calamity.
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
20 of 55
Plucking out men as if they were uprooted stems of date-palms.
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
21 of 55
Then, how (terrible) was My Torment and My Warnings?
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
22 of 55
And We have indeed made the Quran easy to understand and remember, then is there any that will remember (or receive admonition)?
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
23 of 55
Thamud (people also) belied the warnings.
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
24 of 55
For they said: "A man! Alone from among us, that we are to follow? Truly, then we should be in error and distress or madness!"
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
25 of 55
"Is it that the Reminder is sent to him [Prophet Salih (Saleh)] alone from among us? Nay, he is an insolent liar!"
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
26 of 55
Tomorrow they will come to know, who is the liar, the insolent one!
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
27 of 55
Verily, We are sending the she-camel as a test for them. So watch them [O Salih (Saleh)], and be patient!
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
28 of 55
And inform them that the water is to be shared between (her and) them. Each one's right to drink being established (by turns).
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
29 of 55
But they called their comrade and he took (a sword) and killed (her).
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
30 of 55
Then, how (terrible) was My Torment and My Warnings?
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
31 of 55
Verily, We sent against them a single Saihah (torment - awful cry, etc.), and they became like the dry stubble of a fold-builder.
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
32 of 55
And indeed, We have made the Quran easy to understand and remember, then is there any that will remember (or receive admonition)?
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
33 of 55
The people of Lout (Lot) belied the warnings.
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
34 of 55
Verily, We sent against them a violent storm of stones (which destroyed them all), except the family of Lout (Lot), whom We saved in last hour of the night,
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
35 of 55
As a Favour from Us, thus do We reward him who gives thanks (by obeying Us).
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
36 of 55
And he [Lout (Lot)] indeed had warned them of Our Grasp, but they did doubt the warnings!
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
37 of 55
And they indeed sought to shame his guest (by asking to commit sodomy with them). So We blinded their eyes, "Then taste you My Torment and My Warnings."
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
38 of 55
And verily, an abiding torment seized them early in the morning.
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
39 of 55
"Then taste you My Torment and My Warnings."
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
40 of 55
And indeed, We have made the Quran easy to understand and remember, then is there any that will remember (or receive admonition)?
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
41 of 55
And indeed, warnings came to the people of Fir'aun (Pharaoh) [through Musa (Moses) and Harun (Aaron)].
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
42 of 55
(They) belied all Our Signs, so We seized them with a Seizure of the All-Mighty, All-Capable to carry out what he Will (Omnipotent).
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
43 of 55
Are your disbelievers (O Quraish!) better than these [nations of Nuh (Noah), Lout (Lot), Salih (Saleh), and the people of Fir'aun (Pharaoh), etc., who were destroyed)? Or have you an immunity (against Our Torment) in the Divine Scriptures?
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
44 of 55
Or do they say: "We are a great multitude, and we shall be victorious?"
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
45 of 55
Their multitude will be put to flight, and they will show their backs.
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
46 of 55
Nay, but the Hour is their appointed time (for their full recompense), and the Hour will be more grievous and more bitter.
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
47 of 55
Verily, the Mujrimun (polytheists, disbelievers, sinners, criminals, etc.) are in error (in this world) and will burn (in the Hell-fire in the Hereafter).
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
48 of 55
The Day they will be dragged in the Fire on their faces (it will be said to them): "Taste you the touch of Hell!"
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
49 of 55
Verily, We have created all things with Qadar (Divine Preordainments of all things before their creation, as written in the Book of Decrees Al-Lauh Al-Mahfuz).
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
50 of 55
And Our Commandment is but one, as the twinkling of an eye.
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
51 of 55
And indeed, We have destroyed your likes, then is there any that will remember (or receive admonition)?
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
52 of 55
And each and everything they have done is noted in (their) Records (of deeds).
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
53 of 55
And everything, small and big is written (in Al-Lauh Al-Mahfuz already beforehand i.e. before it befalls, or is done by its doer) (See the Quran V. 57:22).
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
54 of 55
Verily, The Muttaqun (pious), will be in the midst of Gardens and Rivers (Paradise).
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):
55 of 55
In a seat of truth (i.e. Paradise), near the Omnipotent King (Allah, the All-Blessed, the Most High, the Owner of Majesty and Honour).
  Commentary (Al-Tafsir):


Chapter:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114
61 views · 3 days ago


IMPORTANT: All Scripture text has context and background. Scripture should never be read literally or in isolation. Always seek clarification from religious scholars and teachers. In general, Scripture adheres to four principles: (1) Literal Meaning - What the Scripture says (2) Historical Setting - The story events; how the Scripture was understood in its time (3) Grammar - The surrounding sentence and paragraph; textual context (4) Synthesis - A comparison with similar Scripture to give a better contextual understanding

Be Informed on Social :      Facebook Page  |    Twitter  |    Youtube
About Us  |  Help/FAQ  |  Contact Us    •    Terms  |  Privacy/Disclaimer
MuslimProphets.com is an educational website focused on the fundamental teachings of the 'Prophets of God': Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus and Muhammad, who established the Abrahamic faiths of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. MuslimProphets.com explores contemporary social themes through Scripture, Evidences, Photo, Video, Maps, Current Affairs, Debate and 'alternative' Views held by Theologians, Apologists, Scholars and Street Preachers. Take a Site Tour

In accordance with Islamic etiquette, all prophet names should be followed with 'Peace Be Upon Him (PBUH)'. This is omitted to minimise text.

DISCLAIMER: All website content is for general information and educational purposes only. Whilst all information comes from sources believed to be reliable, this cannot be guaranteed. External links are provided for convenience purposes. They do not constitute endorsement or approval for any products, services or comments by organizations or individuals. External links text may be edited to improve internal site and keyword search options. We bear no responsibility for the accuracy, legality, or content found on the linked external site or its subsequent links. Unless indicated, all images and content is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License distributed by Wikipedia, Wikimedia Commons, Pixabay, Pxhere, Pexels or Flickr. All Torah, Psalms, Old and New Testament Bible quotes are from the King James Version (KJV) Holy Bible in the public domain. All Quran quotes are from Taqi-ud-Din al-Hilali/Muhsin Khan English Quran translation. You are invited to always conduct your own research. If you spot any mistake, error or omission of information, contact us so we can correct it.