Al-Quran Surah 84. Al-Inshiqaq, Ayah 2

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وَأَذِنَتْ لِرَبِّهَا وَحُقَّتْ


Asad : obeying its Sustainer, as in truth it must;
Khattab :

obeying its Lord as it must,

Malik : obeying her Rabb's command as she ought to.
Pickthall : And attentive to her Lord in fear,
Yusuf Ali : And hearkens to (the Command of) its Lord--and it must needs (do so)-- 6032
Transliteration : Waathinat lirabbiha wahuqqat
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Yusuf Ali 6032 We may think that the heavens we see above us-high and sacred, seemingly vast and limitless, eternal and timeless-are not created matter. But they are. And they remain just so long as Allah wills it so, and not a moment longer. As soon as His Command issues for their dissolution, they will obey and vanish, and all their mystery will be emptied out. And it must necessarily be so; their very nature as created beings requires that they must hearken to the voice of their Creator, even to the extent of their own extinction.

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