Wichtiger Hinweis: Ayaat ulQuran müssen im Kontext im Quran und mit Tafsir studiert werden.
46.4. Sag: Was meint ihr zu dem, was ihr anstatt Allahs anruft? Zeigt mir, was sie von der Erde erschaffen haben. Oder haben sie etwa an den Himmeln teil? Bringt mir doch ein Buch vor diesem herbei oder die (geringste) Spur von Wissen, wenn ihr wahrhaftig seid.
52.47. And verily, for those who do wrong, there is a punishment beyond that. But most of them know not. (Pickthall)
52.47. Und für diejenigen, die unrecht handeln, gibt es ja Strafe über dies hinaus, aber die meisten von ihnen wissen es nicht. (Ahmad v. Denffer)
52.47. Gewiß, für diejenigen, die Unrecht tun, wird es eine Strafe außer dieser geben, aber die meisten von ihnen wissen nicht. (Bubenheim)
52.47. Die Ungerechten erwartet über die dießeitige Strafe hinaus eine ganz andere Strafe. Die meisten aber wissen es nicht. (Azhar)
52.47. Und gewiß, für diejenigen, die Unrecht begingen, gibt es eine Peinigung nach diesem. Doch die Meisten wissen es nicht. (Zaidan)
52.47. Diejenigen, die freveln, haben außerdem (auch schon im Diesseits) eine Strafe zu erwarten. Aber die meisten von ihnen wissen (es) nicht. (Paret)
52.47. Und für jene, die freveln, ist wahrlich (noch) eine Strafe außer dieser (bestimmt). Jedoch die meisten von ihnen wissen es nicht. (Rasul)
Tafsir von Maududi für die Ayaat 44 bis 47
Even if they saw fragments of the sky falling down, they would say, "this is a mass of clouds advancing. " ( 36 ) Therefore, O Prophet, leave them to themselves till they meet that Day of theirs wherein they shall be struck down, the Day when neither shall their own plotting avail them anything nor shall anyone else come to their rescue. And even before that there awaits the wrongdoers another torment, but most of them do not know. ( 37 )
Desc No: 36 This is meant to expose the stubbornness of the Quraish chiefs, on the one hand, and to console the Holy Prophet (upon whom be peace) and his Companions, on the other. The Holy Prophet and his Companions wished that those people should be shown such a miracle by Allah as should convince them of the truth of his Prophet hood. At this, it has been said: Whatever miracle they might see with their eyes, they will in any case misinterpret it and invent an excuse for persisting in disbelief, for their hearts are not at all inclined to believe. At several other places also in the Qur'an their this stubbornness has been mentioned, e.g. in Surah Al-An`am: 111, it has been said: "Even if we had sent down the angels to them and made the dead speak with them and ranged all the things of the world before them (as a proof thereof), they would still have disbelieved," and in Surah AI-Hijr: 15: "Even if We had opened a gate for them in heaven, and they had begun w ascend through it during day time, they would have said: "Our eyes have been dazzled; nay, we have been bewitched."
Desc No: 37 This is a repetition of the same theme that has already occurred in As-Sajdah: 21 above: "Even in this world We shall make them taste (one or the other) lesser torment before that greater torment; maybe they desist (from their rebellious attitude)." That is, "We shall send down personal and national disasters from time to time in the world to remind that there is above them a superior power which is deciding their destinies and none has the power to change its decisions. But the people who are involved in ignorance have neither learnt any lesson from these events before not will learn any lesson in the future. They do not understand the meaning of the disasters and calamities occurring in the world. Therefore, they explain them away in every such way as takes than further and further away from the reality, and thou mind never turns to any' explanation, which might make the error of their atheism or polytheism manifest to them. This same thing has been explained by the Holy Prophet (upon whom be peace) in a Hadith, thus: "The example of a hypocrite who falls ill and then gets well, is of the camel whom the masters tied, but it did not understand why they had tied it, and when they untied it, it did not understand why they had untied it." (Abu Da'ud: Kitab al-.Jana'iz). For further explanation, see E.N. 45 of Al-Anbiya', E.N.,66 of An-Naml, E.N.'s 72. 73 of AI-'Ankabut).