Verse. 2860

٢٥ - ٱلْفُرْقَان

25 - Al-Furqan

وَقَالُوْۗا اَسَاطِيْرُ الْاَوَّلِيْنَ اكْتَتَبَہَا فَہِيَ تُمْلٰى عَلَيْہِ بُكْرَۃً وَّاَصِيْلًا۝۵
Waqaloo asateeru alawwaleena iktatabaha fahiya tumla AAalayhi bukratan waaseelan


Ahmed Ali

And they say: "These are fables of antiquity he has invented, which are dictated to him morning and evening."



'Abdullāh Ibn 'Abbās / Muḥammad al-Fīrūzabādī

تفسير : and they) al-nadr ibn al-harth and his host (say: fables of the men of old) this qur'an is nothing but the tales and lies of the people of old (which he hath had written down) which muhammad (pbuh) copied from jabr and yasar (so that they are dictated to him) to muhammad (pbuh) (morn and evening) in the morning and the evening.

Jalāl al-Dīn al-Maḥallī

تفسير : and they say, that it [the qur’ān] is also, ‘fables, their lies (asātir is the plural of ustūra) of the ancients which he has had written down, that he has had someone from among those people copy it down for him, so that they are read to him, for him to memorise, morning and evening’. god, exalted be he, responds to them saying: