100:1. By the (Steeds) that run, with panting (breath),
100:2. And strike sparks of fire,
100:3. And push home the charge in the morning,
100:4. And raise the dust in clouds the while,
100:5. And penetrate forthwith into the midst (of the foe) en masse;-
100:6. Truly man is, to his Lord, ungrateful;
100:7. And to that (fact) he bears witness (by his deeds);
100:8. And violent is he in his love of wealth.
100:9. Does he not know,- when that which is in the graves is scattered abroad
100:10. And that which is (locked up) in (human) breasts is made manifest-
100:11. That their Lord had been Well-acquainted with them, (even to) that Day?