|He stares at it like a beast of prey waiting for the person to die, and looking for the opportunity to distribute the estate||An intelligent person is, in a very special style, invited to think and reflect|
|In the first interpretation, which the majority of the commentators prefer, it refers to all the punishments that descended upon the nation of Ad||If they did not enjoy the favourable position with Him, they would not have been granted such an abundance of wealth|
The next part of Al-Fajr mentions for Muslims to be aware of neglecting to do good.
|Melayu - Basmeih : Dan terhadap Firaun yang menguasai bangunanbangunan yang handal kukuh• A humiliated soul inevitably rots away and becomes a breeding ground for sickly desires||The net result of all this is the spread of corruption|
|This indicates that entry into Paradise depends on their being, first and foremost, in the fold of the righteous believers||The word dakkan is repeated in order to show that there will be a series of earthquakes before the dissolution of the world|
This is the effect of a gentle, inspiring whisper on our hearts, souls and consciences.23