Surah 85. Al-Buruj, Ayah 1

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وَالسَّمَاءِ ذَاتِ الْبُرُوجِ


Asad : CONSIDER the sky full of great constellations,
Malik : By the heaven and its constellations!
Pickthall : By the heaven, holding mansions of the stars,
Yusuf Ali : By the Sky (displaying) the Zodiacal Signs; 6051 6052
Transliteration : Waalssamai thati alburooji
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Yusuf Ali 6051 Here is an appeal to three Signs in verses 1-3, and the substantive proposition is in verses 4-8, a denunciation of wicked persecutors of the votaries of Allah, persecutors who burnt righteous men for their Faith. The three Signs are: (1) the Glorious Sky, with the broad belt of the Constellations marking the twelve Signs of the Zodiac; (2) the Day of Judgment, when all evil will be punished; and (3) certain Persons that will be witnesses, and certain Persons or things that will be the subjects of the witness. See the notes following.
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Yusuf Ali 6052 See n. 1950 to xv. 16. The Stars of the Zodiac as well as of other Constellations are like the eyes of the Night. It may be that crimes are committed in the darkness of the night. But countless eyes are watching all the time, and every author of evil will be brought to book.
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