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Al-Masad
Surah
Bayanai
Bangare na Al Kur'ani
Suna a harshen gida المسد
Suna a Kana しゅろ
Suna saboda palms (en) Fassara da fiber (en) Fassara
Akwai nau'insa ko fassara 111. The Flame (en) Fassara da Q31204783 Fassara
Harshen aiki ko suna Larabci
Characters (en) Fassara Abū Lahab da Umm Jamil (en) Fassara
Full work available at URL (en) Fassara quran.com…
Has characteristic (en) Fassara Surorin Makka

Al-Masad[1] Larabci: المسد, ma'ana: 'Madauri lankwasasshe' ita ce sura ta 111 na Alqur'ani. Yana da ayoyi 5 ko ayoyi 5 kuma yana ba da labarin hukunce-hukuncen da Abū Lahab da matarsa za su sha a cikin Jahannama.[2]

Fassarar surar:

  • Bari hannun Abu Lahab ya lalace, shi kuma ya lalace.
  • Dukiyarsa ba za ta wadatar masa da abin da ya samu ba.
  • Zai kone a cikin wata wuta mai tsananin zafi
  • da matarsa kuma tana dauke da itace.
  • Sanye a wuyanta da igiya murɗaɗɗe.


Wani bincike kan rubuce-rubucen kur'ani a cikin ɗakin karatu na Vatican ya lura da lakabin Lahab (Harshe); masad; al-Haṭab; da Abi Lahab. A cikin shekarar 1730s an san taken babin da Abu Laheb ta mai fassarar nan watau George Sale.[3]


Aya ta 1 ta ambaci Abu Lahab (uban harshen wuta). Kurani Sam Gerrans ya zaɓi ya kiyaye fassarar zahiri, "uban harshen wuta", yana nuna irin mutumin da aka bayyana sarai daga mahallin surar.[4]

Musulunci na gargajiya ya sanya sunan Abu Lahab a matsayin abokin gaba ga Annabi Muhammad Muhammad. Wannan surar ta ciro sunanta ne daga aya ta 5 a cikin wannan jumlar “Hablun min masad” (ma’ana “ igiyar dabino”) ta zo da ta ambaci igiyar zaren dabino da ke a cikin wutar jahannama za a karkata a wuyan matar kawun Muhammadu, wanda ya yi adawa da Musulunci sosai; Domin ta yi girman kai da sanya wani abin wuya da ta shahara da ita kuma takan zamewa da daddare don ta watsa ƙaya da ciyayi a tafarkin Muhammadu don cutar da ƙafafunsa. Don haka, dangane da lokacin wahayi da mahallin wahayi (asbāb al-nuzūl), an yi imani da wata surar Makka ta farko.

  1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al-Masad
  2. http://al-quran.info/#93:3
  3. http://englishtafsir.com/Quran/111/index.html
  4. https://archive.today/20140623064847/http://www.allahu-ahad.org/?go=111