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Old 08-24-2012, 10:40 AM
 
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Here is a recent commentary and tafsir of Surah 79.

I am just posting a link to it: Tafseer of Surah Naaziat - Chapter 79 By Imam Zia : Imam Zia : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive
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Old 08-24-2012, 10:50 AM
 
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Default Surah 80, al-Abasa

This is the third Surah in Juz 30


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Old 08-26-2012, 10:01 AM
 
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ARABIC



TRANSLITERATION


TRANSLATION
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Old 08-26-2012, 04:36 PM
 
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Default Surah 80, al-Abasa

Using the links above find the meanings of these words

AAabasa

jaahu

istaghna

tasadda

yakhsha

mukarramatin


Min

sabban

ommihi

baneehi

wujoohun
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Old 08-29-2012, 09:07 AM
 
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Default Surah 80, al-Abasa

Tafsir by Ibn Kathir

Quote:
(1. He frowned and turned away.) (2. Because there came to him the blind man.) (3. And how can you know that he might become pure) (4. Or he might receive admonition, and the admonition might profit him) (5. As for him who thinks himself self-sufficient,) (6. To him you attend (7. What does it matter to you if he will not become pure) (8. But as for him who came to you running,) (9. And is afraid.) (10. Of him you are neglectful and divert your attention to another.) (11. Nay; indeed it is an admonition.) (12. So, whoever wills, let him pay attention to Him (it).) (13. In Records held in honor,) (14. Exalted, purified.) (15. In the hands of ambassadors (Safarah),) (16. Honorable and obedient.)
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Old 08-29-2012, 09:26 AM
 
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Default Surah 80, al-Abasa

Another Tafsir

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Name

The Surah is so designated after the word `abasa with which it opens.
Period of Revelation

The commentators and traditionists are unanimous about the occasion of the revelation of this Surah. According to them, once some big chiefs of Makkah were sitting in the Holy Prophet's assembly and he was earnestly engaged in trying to persuade them to accept Islam. At that very point, a blind man, named Ibn Umm Maktum, approached him to seek explanation of some point concerning Islam. The Holy Prophet (upon whom be peace) disliked his interruption and ignored him. Thereupon Allah sent down this Surah. From this historical incident the period of the revelation of this Surah can be precisely determined.
In the first place, it is confirmed that Hadrat Ibn Umm Maktum was one of the earliest converts to Islam. Hafiz Ibn Hajar and Hafiz Ibn Kathir have stated that he was one of those who had accepted Islam at a very early stage at Makkah.

For the full Tafsir see HERE

When reading Tafsir always keep in mind they are opinions. Read them with an open mind and try to understand why the writer came to his opinions. Use them as guides to help you and remember Tafsir are the opinions of men. Do not agree with any blindly but seek further verification.
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Old 08-29-2012, 09:33 AM
 
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Default Juz 30 Surah 81 At-Takwir


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Old 08-29-2012, 10:55 AM
 
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Default Juz 30 Surah 81 At-Takwir

Arabic: HERE

TRANSLITERATION

Surah At-Takweer (81)

Bismi Allahi alrrahmani alrraheemi

1. Itha alshshamsu kuwwirat

2. Wa-itha alnnujoomu inkadarat

3. Wa-itha aljibalu suyyirat

4. Wa-itha alAAisharu AAuttilat

5. Wa-itha alwuhooshu hushirat

6. Wa-itha albiharu sujjirat

7. Wa-itha alnnufoosu zuwwijat

8. Wa-itha almawoodatu su-ilat

9. Bi-ayyi thanbin qutilat

10. Wa-itha alssuhufu nushirat

11. Wa-itha alssamao ku****at

12. Wa-itha aljaheemu suAAAAirat

13. Wa-itha aljannatu ozlifat

14. AAalimat nafsun ma ahdarat

15. Fala oqsimu bialkhunnasi

16. Aljawari alkunnasi

17. Waallayli itha AAasAAasa

18. Waalssubhi itha tanaffasa

19. Innahu laqawlu rasoolin kareemin

20. Thee quwwatin AAinda thee alAAarshi makeenin

21. MutaAAin thamma ameenin

22. Wama sahibukum bimajnoonin

23. Walaqad raahu bialofuqi almubeeni

24. Wama huwa AAala alghaybi bidaneenin

25. Wama huwa biqawli shaytanin rajeemin

26. Faayna tathhaboona

27. In huwa illa thikrun lilAAalameena

28. Liman shaa minkum an yastaqeema

29. Wama tashaoona illa an yashaa Allahu rabbu alAAalameena
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Old 08-29-2012, 11:10 AM
 
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Default Juz 30 Surah 81 At-Takwir

English Translation

BismillahirRahmanirRahim
In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful
81. At-Takwir

081.001
YUSUFALI: When the sun (with its spacious light) is folded up;
PICKTHAL: When the sun is overthrown,
SHAKIR: When the sun is covered,

081.002
YUSUFALI: When the stars fall, losing their lustre;
PICKTHAL: And when the stars fall,
SHAKIR: And when the stars darken,

081.003
YUSUFALI: When the mountains vanish (like a mirage);
PICKTHAL: And when the hills are moved,
SHAKIR: And when the mountains are made to pass away,

081.004
YUSUFALI: When the she-camels, ten months with young, are left untended;
PICKTHAL: And when the camels big with young are abandoned,
SHAKIR: And when the camels are left untended,

081.005
YUSUFALI: When the wild beasts are herded together (in the human habitations);
PICKTHAL: And when the wild beasts are herded together,
SHAKIR: And when the wild animals are made to go forth,

081.006
YUSUFALI: When the oceans boil over with a swell;
PICKTHAL: And when the seas rise,
SHAKIR: And when the seas are set on fire,

081.007
YUSUFALI: When the souls are sorted out, (being joined, like with like);
PICKTHAL: And when souls are reunited,
SHAKIR: And when souls are united,

081.008
YUSUFALI: When the female (infant), buried alive, is questioned -
PICKTHAL: And when the girl-child that was buried alive is asked
SHAKIR: And when the female infant buried alive is asked

081.009
YUSUFALI: For what crime she was killed;
PICKTHAL: For what sin she was slain,
SHAKIR: For what sin she was killed,

081.010
YUSUFALI: When the scrolls are laid open;
PICKTHAL: And when the pages are laid open,
SHAKIR: And when the books are spread,

081.011
YUSUFALI: When the world on High is unveiled;
PICKTHAL: And when the sky is torn away,
SHAKIR: And when the heaven has its covering removed,

081.012
YUSUFALI: When the Blazing Fire is kindled to fierce heat;
PICKTHAL: And when hell is lighted,
SHAKIR: And when the hell is kindled up,

081.013
YUSUFALI: And when the Garden is brought near;-
PICKTHAL: And when the Garden is brought nigh,
SHAKIR: And when the garden is brought nigh,

081.014
YUSUFALI: (Then) shall each soul know what it has put forward.
PICKTHAL: (Then) every soul will know what it hath made ready.
SHAKIR: Every soul shall (then) know what it has prepared.

081.015
YUSUFALI: So verily I call to witness the planets that recede,
PICKTHAL: Oh, but I call to witness the planets,
SHAKIR: But nay! I swear by the stars,

081.016
YUSUFALI: Go straight, or hide;
PICKTHAL: The stars which rise and set,
SHAKIR: That run their course (and) hide themselves,

081.017
YUSUFALI: And the Night as it dissipates;
PICKTHAL: And the close of night,
SHAKIR: And the night when it departs,

081.018
YUSUFALI: And the Dawn as it breathes away the darkness;-
PICKTHAL: And the breath of morning
SHAKIR: And the morning when it brightens,

081.019
YUSUFALI: Verily this is the word of a most honourable Messenger,
PICKTHAL: That this is in truth the word of an honoured messenger,
SHAKIR: Most surely it is the Word of an honored messenger,

081.020
YUSUFALI: Endued with Power, with rank before the Lord of the Throne,
PICKTHAL: Mighty, established in the presence of the Lord of the Throne,
SHAKIR: The processor of strength, having an honorable place with the Lord of the Dominion,

081.021
YUSUFALI: With authority there, (and) faithful to his trust.
PICKTHAL: (One) to be obeyed, and trustworthy;
SHAKIR: One (to be) obeyed, and faithful in trust.

081.022
YUSUFALI: And (O people!) your companion is not one possessed;
PICKTHAL: And your comrade is not mad.
SHAKIR: And your companion is not gone mad.

081.023
YUSUFALI: And without doubt he saw him in the clear horizon.
PICKTHAL: Surely he beheld Him on the clear horizon.
SHAKIR: And of a truth he saw himself on the clear horizon.

081.024
YUSUFALI: Neither doth he withhold grudgingly a knowledge of the Unseen.
PICKTHAL: And he is not avid of the Unseen.
SHAKIR: Nor of the unseen is he a tenacious concealer.

081.025
YUSUFALI: Nor is it the word of an evil spirit accursed.
PICKTHAL: Nor is this the utterance of a devil worthy to be stoned.
SHAKIR: Nor is it the word of the cursed Shaitan,

081.026
YUSUFALI: When whither go ye?
PICKTHAL: Whither then go ye?
SHAKIR: Whither then will you go?

081.027
YUSUFALI: Verily this is no less than a Message to (all) the Worlds:
PICKTHAL: This is naught else than a reminder unto creation,
SHAKIR: It is naught but a reminder for the nations,

081.028
YUSUFALI: (With profit) to whoever among you wills to go straight:
PICKTHAL: Unto whomsoever of you willeth to walk straight.
SHAKIR: For him among you who pleases to go straight.

081.029
YUSUFALI: But ye shall not will except as Allah wills,- the Cherisher of the Worlds.
PICKTHAL: And ye will not, unless (it be) that Allah willeth, the Lord of Creation.
SHAKIR: And you do not please except that Allah please, the Lord of the worlds.
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Old 08-29-2012, 12:33 PM
 
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Default Juz 30 Surah 81 At-Takwir

Using the above posts try to find the meanings of these words. There will be some duplication from the previous posts. this is for the purpose of showing the differences in transliterations and translations


Bismi Allahi alrrahmani alrraheemi

inkadarat

suyyirat

alAAisharu

itha

sujjirat

qutilat

alssamao

rasoolin

MutaAAin

bimajnoonin

laqad

huwa

shaytanin

Aalameena

yastaqeema
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