Tarjumatul Quran - Surahs Fatir [Originator] : 45 - Ya Sin: 20
There are 4 things contained in this verse . It advises that one consider and attests the end of the earlier peoples. It also draws attention to archaeological learning and to knowledge. The second thing is that those earlier nations were very mighty for which proof can also be found from archaeology. People have bowed their heads before the very few ruins of the ancients that have been found. Such as the pyramids of Egypt and the very identical pyramids found in South America. The third thing is that nobody can frustrate Allah in the Earth or the heavens. These verses carry the hue of Prophecy. The theme of verse Number 46 is very interesting that if Allah the Almighty had been quick in calling people to account for their doings he would not have left any دَابَّةٍ ['creature'] remaining. دَابَّةٍ includes the insects and spiders, and other creature so why should they be killed? These insects devour filth and expunge it and thereby serve humanity. This verse explains the deep philosophy of the creation of humankind and the abiding servants pressed into its service. Ya Sin means 'O Perfect Leader!' Verse 9: أَغْلَالً ['collars'] means worldly customs and traditions and the business of the world. In verse Number 12 الذِّكْرَ ['Reminder'] means a good exhortation or Divine commemoration. In verse Number 13 there is good news for the archaeological researchers. No research has been carried out so far on the highways and nor have these regions been excavated. According to this guidance of 'The Noble Quran' the young Ahmadis should pay attention to it. 11 February 1998. © The Tahir Archive / MTA International, 2016.
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