Surah Haqqah Ayat 13 in Arabic Text
Here you can read various translations of verse 13
Then when the Horn is blown with one blast
Then, when one blast is sounded on the Trumpet,
So when the Trumpet is blown with a single blast
Then when the Trumpet will be blown with one blowing (the first one),
And when the trumpet shall sound one blast
1 So, when the Trumpet is blown with one blowing,
When the Trumpet is sounded a single time,
پس جب کہ صور میں ایک پھونک پھونکی جائے گی
Quran 69 Verse 13 Explanation
For those looking for commentary to help with the understanding of Surah Haqqah ayat 13, we’ve provided two Tafseer works below. The first is the tafseer of Abul Ala Maududi, the second is of Ibn Kathir.
(69:13) So when the Trumpet is blown with a single blast
10. While reading the following verses one should keep in mind that at some places in the Quran the three stages of Resurrection which will occur one after the other at different times have been mentioned separately, and at others all the three have been combined and mentioned as a single event. For example, in (Surah An-Naml, Ayat 87) the first blowing of the Trumpet has been mentioned, when everyone will be suddenly struck with terror. At that time they will witness the general confusion and the upsetting of the order of the universe, as described in (Surah Al-Hajj, Ayat 1-2); (Surah YaSeen, Ayat 49-50) and (Surah At-Takweer, Ayat 1-6). In (Surah Az-Zumar, Ayat 67-70), mention has been made of the second and third blowing of the Trumpet. On the second blowing of it everyone will fall down dead, and when it is blown for the third time, all dead men will rise back to life and present themselves before Allah. In (Surah TaHa, Ayat 102-112); (Surah Al-Anbiya, Ayat 101-103); (Surah YaSeen, Ayat 51-53) and (Surah Qaf, Ayat 20-22), only the third sounding of the Trumpet has been mentioned. For explanation, see (Surah TaHa, ayat 102) note 78; (Surah Al-Hajj, ayat 1) note 1; (Surah YaSeen, ayat 50) note 46,47. But here and at many other places in the Quran all the events of Resurrection, from the blowing of the first Trumpet till the people’s entry into Heaven and Hell have been described as a single event.
13. Then when the Trumpet will be blown with one blowing. 14. And the earth and the mountains shall be removed from their places, and crushed with a single crushing. 15. Then on that Day shall the Event occur. 16. And the heaven will be rent asunder, for that Day it will be frail and torn up. 17. And the angels will be on its sides, and eight angels will, that Day, bear the Throne of your Lord above them. 18. That Day shall you be brought to Judgement, not a secret of you will be hidden.
Allah informs of the horrors that will take place on the Day of Judgement. The first of these events is the blowing of fright (into the Trumpet), which will be followed by the blowing of destruction when everyone in the heavens and the earth will be struck down except whoever Allah wills. Then, after this will be the blowing of standing before the Lord of all that exists, and the resurrection, and the gathering. And this is that blowing. It is emphasized here that it is one blowing, because the command of Allah cannot be opposed or prevented, and it does not need to be repeated or stressed. Thus, Allah goes on to say,
(And the earth and the mountains shall be removed from their places, and crushed with a single crushing.) meaning, they will be stretched out to the extent of the surface (of the earth) and the earth will change into something else other than the earth.
(Then on that Day shall the Event occur.) meaning, the Day of Judgement.
(And the heaven will be rent asunder, for that Day it will be frail and torn up.) Ibn Jurayj said, “This is like Allah’s statement,
(And the heaven shall be opened, it will become as gates.) (78:19) Ibn `Abbas said, “It (the sky) will be torn apart and the Throne will be near it.”
(And the angels will be on its sides,) The word Malak here is referring to the species of angels (all of them); meaning the angels collectively will be standing on the sides of the heavens. Ar-Rabi` bin Anas said concerning Allah’s statement,
(And the angels will be on its sides,) “This means that they will be standing on what has been ground to powder of the heavens looking at the people of the earth.’
Concerning the statement of Allah,
(That Day shall you be brought to Judgement, not a secret of you will be hidden.) meaning, `you will all be presented to the Knower of the secrets and private counsels. He is the One from Whom none of your affairs are hidden. He is the Knower of all things apparent, secret and hidden.’ This is the reason that Allah says,
(not a secret of you will be hidden.) Imam Ahmad recorded from Abu Musa that the Messenger of Allah said,
(The people will be exhibited three times on the Day of Judgement. The first two presentations will be (their) arguing and offering excuses. During the third presentation the pages (records) will fly into their hands. Some of them will receive the records in their right hands and some will receive them in their left hands.) Ibn Majah and At-Tirmidhi both recorded this Hadith.
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