˹This Quran is˺ profound ˹in˺ wisdom, but warnings are of no benefit ˹to them˺.So turn away from them ˹O Prophet˺. ˹And wait for˺ the Day ˹when˺ the caller will summon ˹them˺ for something horrifying.With eyes downcast, they will come forth from the graves as if they were swarming locusts,rushing towards the caller. The disbelievers will cry, “This is a difficult Day!”Quran 54:5~8Suran al-Qamar (The Moon)
This Surah takes its name from the first Ayat,
اقْتَرَبَتِ السَّاعَةُ وَانشَقَّ الْقَمَرُ
“The Hour has come near, and the moon has split [in two].” (54:1).
Surah al-Qamar is in the 27th Juzz and the word Qamar [moon] appears in the Qur’an 27 times.
An interesting observation is that the Moon orbits the Earth every 27 days.

There are 55 Ayat in this Surah.
حِكۡمَةُۢ بَـٰلِغَةࣱۖ فَمَا تُغۡنِ ٱلنُّذُرُ

فَتَوَلَّ عَنۡهُمۡۘ یَوۡمَ یَدۡعُ ٱلدَّاعِ إِلَىٰ شَیۡءࣲ نُّكُرٍ

خُشَّعًا أَبۡصَـٰرُهُمۡ یَخۡرُجُونَ مِنَ ٱلۡأَجۡدَاثِ 
كَأَنَّهُمۡ جَرَادࣱ مُّنتَشِرࣱ

مُّهۡطِعِینَ إِلَى ٱلدَّاعِۖ یَقُولُ ٱلۡكَـٰفِرُونَ هَـٰذَا یَوۡمٌ عَسِر
The Surah talks about the approaching Day of Judgment. It describes some of the scenes of that Day.
It also tells us that Allah’s judgment may come here and now.
There are references to the flood that came at the time of Prophet Noah, the punishment of the people of ‘Ad, Thamud, People of Prophet Lot, the Pharaoh and his people.
It ends with the good news for the Believers who will be near their Lord in the gardens of bliss.
اور ایسی حکمت (کی کتاب بھی) 
جو نصیحت کے مقصد کو 
بدرجہ افضل پورا کرتی ہے
مگر تنبیہات اِن پر کارگر نہیں ہوتیں 

پس اے نبیؐ،
اِن سے رخ پھیر لو 
جس روز پکارنے والا 
ایک سخت ناگوار چیز کی طرف 
پکارے گا 
لوگ سہمی ہوئی نگاہوں کے ساتھ اپنی قبروں سے اِس طرح نکلیں گے 
گویا وہ بکھری ہوئی ٹڈیاں ہیں 
پکارنے والے کی طرف دوڑے 
جا رہے ہوں گے 

اور وہی منکرین 
(جو دنیا میں اس کا انکار کرتے تھے) 
اُس وقت کہیں گے کہ یہ دن تو بڑا کٹھن ہے
The Day of Judgment is near. References to Prophet Noah, and to the tribe of ‘Ad,
References to the Thamud tribe, Prophet Lot and his people.
Pharaoh and his arrogance.
The opponents in Makkah are told whether they think they are better or more powerful than those nations.
The wrong doers did suffer the consequences of their evil deeds.