وَيَوۡمَ يُنفَخُ فِى ٱلصُّورِ فَفَزِعَ مَن فِى ٱلسَّمَٰوَٰتِ وَمَن فِى ٱلۡأَرۡضِ إِلَّا مَن شَآءَ ٱللَّهُ ۚ وَكُلٌّ أَتَوۡهُ دَٰخِرِينَ
And the Day that the Trumpet will be sounded - then will be smitten with terror those who are in the heavens, and those who are on earth, except such as Allah will please (to exempt): and all shall come to His (Presence) as beings conscious of their lowliness.<br/>
And the day when the Trumpet will be blown, the Horn [will be blown], the First Blast, by [the archangel] Israafeel, and whoever is in the skies and the earth will be terrified, that is, a fright that brings about death - as is stated in another verse, and whoever is in the skies and whoever is in the earth will swoon [Q. 39:68] (the past tense [fazi'a] is used to express the fact that such [events] will have occurred); except whom God will, namely, Gabriel, Michael, Israafeel and the Angel of Death. According to Ibn 'Abbaas, however, these [excepted individuals] are the martyrs who are [described as], living with their Lord, provided for [by Him]' [Q. 3:169]. And all (kullun: the nunation compensates for the [missing] genitive annexation), in other words, and every one of them, after being brought back to life on the Day of Resurrection, will come to Him (read in the form of the verb [atawhu] or the active participle [aatoohu]) in [utter] humility, humbled (the past tense, atawhu, is used to express the fact that this will have happened).