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Surah MULK Ayah 8 in Arabic Text:

تَكَادُ تَمَيَّزُ مِنَ الْغَيْظِ ۖ كُلَّمَا أُلْقِيَ فِيهَا فَوْجٌ سَأَلَهُمْ خَزَنَتُهَا أَلَمْ يَأْتِكُمْ نَذِيرٌ

Transliteration:

Takaadu tamayyazu minal ghaizz kullamaaa ulqiya feehaa fawjun sa alahum khazanatuhaaa alam ya’tikum nazeer

 

English Translation:

DR. GHALI It would almost burst (asunder) with rage. Whenever a troop is cast into it, its keepers ask them, “Has no Warner come up to you?”

MUHSIN KHAN It almost bursts up with fury. Every time a group is cast therein, its keeper will ask: “Did no warner come to you?”

PICKTHALL As it would burst with rage. Whenever a (fresh) host is flung therein the wardens thereof ask them: Came there unto you no warner?

SAHIH INTERNATIONAL It almost bursts with rage. Every time a company is thrown into it, its keepers ask them, “Did there not come to you a warner?”

YUSUF ALI Almost bursting with fury: Every time a Group is cast therein, its Keepers will ask, “Did no Warner come to you?”

MUFTI TAQI USMANI seeming as if it will burst out of fury. Whenever a group is thrown into it, its keepers will say to them, “Had no warner come to you?”

ABDUL HALEEM almost bursting with rage. Its keepers will ask every group that is thrown in, ‘Did no one come to warn you?’

ABUL ALA MAUDUDI as though it will burst with rage. Every time a multitude is cast into it, its keepers will ask them: “Did no warner come to you?”

DR. MUSTAFA KHATTAB almost bursting in fury. Every time a group is cast into it, its keepers will ask them, “Did a warner not come to you?”

Surah Mulk Ayat 8 Tafseer / Commentary

Here you can expand your knowledge on ayah 8 of Surah Mulk by reading both the tafsir of Ibn Kathir and Abul Ala Maududi.

This section is for those looking to find explanation of verse 8 and gain more insight to the background or significance of this verse.

 

Tafsir of Surah Mulk Ayat 8 – By Abul Ala Maududi

(67:8) as though it will burst with rage. Every time a multitude is cast into it, its keepers will ask them: “Did no warner come to you?” [14]


14. The real nature of this question will not be of a question that the keepers of Hell would like to ask them whether a warner from Allah had come to them or not, but the object would be to make them realize that no injustice had been done to them by casting them into Hell. They would try to make them confess that Allah had not kept them uninformed and unwarned. He had sent the Prophets to them. He had informed them of the truth and of the right way. He had warned them that if they followed a way other than the right way, it would lead them to Hell, in which they had been cast. But they had not listened to the Prophets. Hence, they rightly deserved the punishment which was being meted out to them at that time.

This thing has been pointed out over and over again in the Quran that the test for which Allah has sent man in the world is not being conducted by keeping man absolutely unaware and uninformed of the requirements of the test only to see whether he found the right way by himself or not; but Allah has made the most appropriate arrangements that could possibly be made of guiding him to the right way, and it is that He has raised the Prophets and sent down the Books. Now the test of man lies in this whether he accepts the Prophets and the Books brought by them and adopts the straight way, or turns away from them to follow his own desires, wishes and speculations. Thus, the Prophethood, in fact, is Allah’s argument which He has established against man and his entire future life depends on its acceptance or rejection. No one, after the appointment of the Prophets, can present the excuse that he remained unaware of the truth, or that he has been caught and put to the hard test unawares, or that he is being punished while he was innocent. This theme has been presented in many different ways in the Quran; for instance, see (Surah Al-Baqarah, Ayat 213, and E.N. 230); (Surah An-Nisa, Ayats 41-42, 165 and E.Ns 64 and 208); (Surah Al-Anaam, Ayats 130-131 and E.Ns 98-100); (Surah Bani Israil, Ayat 15 and E.N. 17); (Surah Ta Ha, Ayat 134); (Surah Al-Qasas, Ayats 47, 59, 65 and E.Ns 66, 83); (Surah Fatir, Ayat 37); (Surah Al-Momin, Ayat 50 and E.N. 66).

Surah Mulk Tafsir by Ibn Kathir – Ayat 6-11

The tafsir of ayat 6-11 of Surah Mulk is provided on this page.