Al-Quran Surah 85. Al-Buruj, Ayah 17

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هَلْ أَتَاكَ حَدِيثُ الْجُنُودِ


Asad : HAS IT ever come within thy ken, the story of the [sinful] hosts
Khattab :

Has the story of the ˹destroyed˺ forces reached you ˹O Prophet˺—

Malik : Have you not heard the story of the warriors
Pickthall : Hath there come unto thee the story of the hosts
Yusuf Ali : Has the story reached thee of the Forces 6063
Transliteration : Hal ataka hadeethu aljunoodi
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Yusuf Ali 6063 In contrast to the real, all-embracing, and eternal power of Allah, what are the forces of man at their best? Two examples are mentioned. (1) Pharaoh was a proud monarch of a powerful kingdom, with resources and organisation, material, moral, and intellectual, as good as any in the world. When he pitted himself against Allah's Prophet, he and his forces were destroyed. See lxxix. 15-26. (2) The Thamud were great builders, and had a high standard of material civilization. But they defied the law of Allah and perished. See vii. 73-79, and n. 1043.

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