Al-Qur'an Surah Al-Inshiqaq Verse 2
Al-Inshiqaq : 2 ~ English Qur'an Word By Word and Multi Tafseer
وَاَذِنَتْ لِرَبِّهَا وَحُقَّتْۙ (الإنشقاق : ٨٤)
- And has listened
- to its Lord
- and was obligated
Wa azinat li Rabbihaa wa huqqat(QS. al-ʾInšiq̈āq̈:2)
English / Sahih Translation:
And has listened [i.e., responded] to its Lord and was obligated [to do so] (QS. Al-Inshiqaq, ayah 2)
and will listen to (the command of) its Lord,- and it ought to,-
obeying its Lord as it must,
and hearkens to its Lord, as it must,
and gives ear to its Lord, and is fitly disposed;
obeying its Lord as it rightly must,
And it hearkeneth to its Lord, and is duteous,
And hearkens to (the Command of) its Lord, and it must needs (do so);-
and hearkens to the command of its Lord, doing what it should;
And hearkens to its Lord and is dutiful,
And it listens to the command of its Lord – and that befits it.
and gives ear to its Lord as it should.
Obeying its Lord, as in truth it is expected to do so and always does;
And gives ear to (the command of) its Lord to obey, and it is fitly disposed (to do so),
And listened/heard (obeyed) to its Lord, and became certain/fact/deserved .
And it listens to the command of its Lord - and that befits it.
And gives ear unto its Lord, and is dutiful!
And listens and obeys its Lord, and it must do so;
And when the earth is stretched,
And obeys its Lord and it must.
And attentive to her Lord in fear,
in obedience to the commands of their Lord which are incumbent on them,
hearing and obeying its Lord, as it must do;
And listens to and obeys its Lord -- and it must do so.
and obeys its Lord as it must,
And hearkens to its Lord, as it must.
and heeds, gives ear to and, in rending itself asunder, obeys, its Lord as it should, that is, as its duty is to heed and obey,
And listens to and obeys its Lord,
meaning, it listens to its Lord and obeys His command to split apart. This will occur on the Day of Judgement.
and it must do so.
meaning, it is right for it to obey the command of its Lord, because it is great and cannot be rejected, nor overcome. Rather it overpowers everything and everything is submissive to it.
Then Allah says,
وَإِذَا الاْإَرْضُ مُدَّتْ