As it was pointed out about the contents of the Surah, the beginning of the Surah refers to the horrible end of the phenomenal world and some terrible signs it has before the Resurrection befalls. Some have said that the purpose of using it so signify men who will be thrown out from their graves by the quake of the Resurrection, like that which is found in Surah Inshiqaq, No.
Some others have said the purpose is that it cast out the minerals and treasures from within the earth which causes the mammonists to sigh for them. It is also probable that it means some enormous boulders and lava, from beneath the crust of the earth, which are usually thrown up when earthquakes and volcanoes occur. At the end of this world and through the great and final convulsion, whatever is inside the earth will be thrown out.
However, on That Day everyone, observing that supreme world-shaking Event, will become completely terrified. But it seems that the word 'man' has a vast meaning, here so that it includes all human beings, because the situation of the earth, on That Day, will be so surprising that everyone will wonder, so it is not limited to the unbelievers, alone. The circumstances will show that it is the First Blast, of the end of this world, because the Great world-shaking Event happens at that time.
However, it has been presumed that it refers to the second Blast and the raising of the dead when all people come out from beneath the earth.
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The later verses are all about the Second Blast, too. But, since the events of these two blasts are frequently seen together, in the verses of Qur'an, the first commentary, regarding the terrible final earthquake, seems more fitting. On the Day of Judgement, the earth will manifest all good and evil deeds that were carried out on it. This very earth, on which we live and do our actions, is one of the greatest witnesses to Man's deeds on That Day.
She will say: So and so had done such and such on a particular day. Then, protect the earth, because she is your mother; and there is no one on her who does good or evil, but that she reports it. Abu-Sa'id-Khudri has narrated that when they were in the desert they would call to prayer, loudly, because he had heard from the Messenger of Allah S who said:.
Does the Earth really speak by the command of Allah? Or, is the purpose that the effects of Man's deeds appear on the face of the earth? We know that every action which Man does has an effect on his surroundings even though they are not tangible for us, but they all will be made manifest on That Day and the Earth speaking is not anything save one example of this great manifestation.
In any event, this is not a strange matter because, even today with the development of science and Man's experiments, there are inventions that can record the voice of people or take photos and films of the actions that anyone does, at any time or anywhere and which can be kept as proper documents to be offered to the court in a form that no one can deny or reject. Another tradition denotes that when Hazrat Ali as finished the act of dividing the public treasury of the Muslims, he used to say a two-rak'at prayer and then said addressing the place :.
And the Earth obeys this command fully. Some have said that the purpose is that He inspires the Earth to cast out what she has written, herself. Or, the believers with the believers and the disbelievers with the disbelievers will come forth on the Day of Judgement. To combine these commentaries, together, is also quite possible, because the meaning of the verse is vast. The last commentary adapts to the appearance of the verse most of all.
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