|Swahili - Al-Barwani : Na shika kicha cha vijiti tu mkononi mwako kisha ndio upigie nacho wala usivunje kiapo Hakika tulimkuta mwenye subira mbora wa waja kwa hakika alikuwa mwingi wa kutubu• Some people have regarded this verse as an argument for practising pretence under the Shari'ah||English - Sahih International : [We said] "And take in your hand a bunch [of grass] and strike with it and do not break your oath" Indeed We found him patient an excellent servant Indeed he was one repeatedly turning back [to Allah]• This verse supports this second tradition, for if keeping oneself from an improper thing had been the atonement for the oath, Allah would not have told the Prophet Job to strike the broom once and fulfil his oath, but would have said: "Do not do this improper thing, and your restraint itself is the atonement for your oath|
|" Ahkam al Qur 'an||中国语文 - Ma Jian : 你当亲手拿一把草，用它去打击一下。 Dialah sebaik-baik hamba adalah Nabi Ayub|
" This verse also shows that it is not necessary to carry out immediately what one has sworn to do.14
|" He replied, "Al-Masjid-ul-Aqs-a i||Allah took him out of the difficult situation by the Command: "Take a broom ' containing as many sticks of straw as the number of the stripes you had sworn to give;then strike the person just once with the broom so as both to fulfil your oath and to avoid giving undue trouble to the person concerned|
|Several Ahadith show that the Holy Prophet, in order to inflict the prescribed punishment on a fornicator who was too iII or too weak to receive a hundred stripes, also adopted the method taught in this verse||No doubt it was a pretence which the Prophet Job had been taught but it had been taught not for evading anything obligatory but for avoiding an evil|
When AIlah restored him to health and the anger of the illness was gone, he became worried as how to fulfil the oath.