أَفَمَنۡ حَقَّ عَلَيۡهِ كَلِمَةُ ٱلۡعَذَابِ أَفَأَنتَ تُنقِذُ مَن فِى ٱلنَّارِ
Is, then, one against whom the decree of Punishment is justly due (equal to one who eschews Evil)? Wouldst thou, then, deliver one (who is) in the Fire?<br/>
Can he against whom the word of chastisement has been fulfilled .?, namely [the words], I will surely fill Hell [with jinn and mankind together] [Q. 11:119]; Will you deliver, bring out, one who is in the Hellfire? (this is the response to the conditional clause, in which the overt qualification [man fee'l-naar, 'one who is in the Hellfire'] replaces the pronominalisation [a-fa-man, 'he . whom']; the hamza [in a-fa-anta, 'will you'] is for rejection, in other words [the sense is that] you will not be able to guide him and therefore deliver him from the Hellfire).