Verse 111:1

تَبَّتۡ يَدَاۤ اَبِىۡ لَهَبٍ وَّتَبَّؕ‏

Perished is the power of Abi Lahab, and perished is he!

Verse 111:2

مَاۤ اَغۡنٰى عَنۡهُ مَالُهٗ وَمَا كَسَبَؕ‏

His wealth and gains will avail him not! [69:27-28, 92:11, 96:7]

Verse 111:3

سَيَصۡلٰى نَارًا ذَاتَ لَهَبٍ ۖۚ‏

He shall have to endure a fire blazing, glowing.

Verse 111:4

وَّامۡرَاَ تُهٗ ؕ حَمَّالَةَ الۡحَطَبِ​ۚ‏

And his wife, that carrier of slanderous tales, the firewood hauler

Verse 111:5

فِىۡ جِيۡدِهَا حَبۡلٌ مِّنۡ مَّسَدٍ‏

Will have her neck ornamented with a rope of palm-fiber. [17:13. Jeed = A neck decorated with an ornament. Here, we have a lesson that color, nationality, tribe, family, wealth, social status etc bear no significance before God. The most honored in the Sight of God is he who is best in conduct. 49:13]

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