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Quran : Those Who Yearn 79
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By those (angels) who pull out (the souls of the disbelievers and the wicked) with great violence;
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By those (angels) who gently take out (the souls of the believers);
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And by those that swim along (i.e. angels or planets in their orbits, etc.).
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And by those that press forward as in a race (i.e. the angels or stars or the horses, etc.).
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And by those angels who arrange to do the Commands of their Lord, (so verily, you disbelievers will be called to account).
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On the Day (when the first blowing of the Trumpet is blown), the earth and the mountains will shake violently (and everybody will die),
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The second blowing of the Trumpet follows it (and everybody will be raised up),
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(Some) hearts that Day will shake with fear and anxiety.
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They say: "Shall we indeed be returned to (our) former state of life?
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They say: "It would in that case, be a return with loss!"
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But only, it will be a single Zajrah [shout (i.e., the second blowing of the Trumpet)]. (See Verse 37:19).
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When, behold, they find themselves over the earth alive after their death,
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Has there come to you the story of Musa (Moses)?
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When his Lord called him in the sacred valley of Tuwa,
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Go to Fir'aun (Pharaoh), verily, he has transgressed all bounds (in crimes, sins, polytheism, disbelief, etc.).
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And say to him: "Would you purify yourself (from the sin of disbelief by becoming a believer)",
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And that I guide you to your Lord, so you should fear Him?
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Then [Musa (Moses)] showed him the great sign (miracles).
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But [Fir'aun (Pharaoh)] belied and disobeyed;
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Then he turned his back, striving hard (against Allah).
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Then he gathered his people and cried aloud,
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So Allah, seized him with punishment for his last [i.e. his saying: "I am your lord, most high") (see Verse 79:24)] and first [(i.e. his saying, "O chiefs! I know not that you have a god other than I" (see Verse 28:38)] transgression.
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Verily, in this is an instructive admonition for whosoever fears Allah.
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Are you more difficult to create, or is the heaven that He constructed?
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He raised its height, and He has equally ordered it,
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Its night He covers with darkness, and its forenoon He brings out (with light).
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And brought forth therefrom its water and its pasture;
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(To be) a provision and benefit for you and your cattle.
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But when there comes the greatest catastrophe (i.e. the Day of Recompense, etc.),
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The Day when man shall remember what he strove for,
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And Hell-fire shall be made apparent in full view for (every) one who sees,
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Then, for him who Tagha (transgressed all bounds, in disbelief, oppression and evil deeds of disobedience to Allah).
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And preferred the life of this world (by following his evil desires and lusts),
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But as for him who feared standing before his Lord, and restrained himself from impure evil desires, and lusts.
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They ask you (O Muhammad (Peace be upon him)) about the Hour, - when will be its appointed time?
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You have no knowledge to say anything about it,
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To your Lord belongs (the knowledge of) the term thereof?
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You (O Muhammad (Peace be upon him)) are only a warner for those who fear it,
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The Day they see it, (it will be) as if they had not tarried (in this world) except an afternoon or a morning.
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