وَإِذَا رَأَيۡتَهُمۡ تُعۡجِبُكَ أَجۡسَامُهُمۡ ۖ وَإِن يَقُولُواْ تَسۡمَعۡ لِقَوۡلِهِمۡ ۖ كَأَنَّهُمۡ خُشُبٌ مُّسَنَّدَةٌ ۖ يَحۡسَبُونَ كُلَّ صَيۡحَةٍ عَلَيۡهِمۡ ۚ هُمُ ٱلۡعَدُوُّ فَٱحۡذَرۡهُمۡ ۚ قَٰتَلَهُمُ ٱللَّهُ ۖ أَنَّىٰ يُؤۡفَكُونَ
When thou lookest at them, their exteriors please thee; and when they speak, thou listenest to their words. They are as (worthless as hollow) pieces of timber propped up, (unable to stand on their own). They think that every cry is against them. They are the enemies; so beware of them. The curse of Allah be on them! How are they deluded (away from the Truth)!<br/>
And when you see them, their figures please you, on account of their fairness; and if they speak, you listen to their speech, because of its eloquence. [Yet] they are, by virtue of the enormous size of their figures, [yet] in their lack of comprehension, like blocks of timber (read khushbun or khushubun) [that have been] propped-up, set reclining against a wall. They assume that every cry, made, like a battle-cry or one made to [retrieve] a lost camel, is [directed] against them, because of the [extent of] terror in their hearts, lest something should be revealed deeming their blood licit. They are the enemy, so beware of them, for they communicate your secrets to the disbelievers. May God assail them!, destroy them! How can they deviate?, how can they be turned away from faith after the proofs [for it] have been established?