Surah Al-Hijr Ayat 43 in Arabic Text
Here you can read various translations of verse 43
And indeed, Hell is the promised place for them all.
And verily, Hell is the promised abode for them all!
Surely Hell is the promised place for all of them.”
“And surely, Hell is the promised place for them all.
And lo! for all such, hell will be the promised place.
And surely Hell will be indeed their promised (abode) all together.
Hell is the promised place for all these,
Quran 15 Verse 43 Explanation
For those looking for commentary to help with the understanding of Surah Al-Hijr ayat 43, we’ve provided two Tafseer works below. The first is the tafseer of Abul Ala Maududi, the second is of Ibn Kathir.
(15:43) Surely Hell is the promised place for all of them.”
25. In order to comprehend the purpose for which the story of Prophet Adam and Satan has been related here, we should keep in mind the context in which this has occurred. In the preceding (verses 1-25), it has been stated that the disbelievers were following the ways of deviation that would lead them to perdition. This story has been related to warn them that the ways they were following were the ways of Satan, their eternal enemy, so as to say: You should realize the consequences of following Satan, who has enticed you in this snare, and is leading you to the lowest depths of degradation because of this enmity and envy. In contrast to this, Our Prophet is doing his utmost to free you from his snare and lead you to the height of success, which as a man you should desire to achieve. But it is a pity that you are regarding your enemy (Satan) as your friend, and your friend (Our Prophet) as your enemy.
Secondly, the story also makes quite clear to them this thing:
There is only one way of salvation and that is the way of obedience to Allah. If you discard this way, every other way will be a way of Satan which will take you directly to Hell. Then this story is meant to bring home to them this fact: You yourselves are responsible for your wrong deeds and not Satan; for, the most he can do is to beguile you from the obedience of Allah and hold temptations before you. It is, therefore, your own concern and responsibility to be beguiled or not to be beguiled by Satan.
The tafsir of Surah Hijr verse 43 by Ibn Kathir is unavailable here.
Please refer to Surah Hijr ayat 39 which provides the complete commentary from verse 39 through 44.
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