j And for those who disbelieve in their Lord is the punishment of Hell. What an evil journey’s end!
6 This verse can be seen as a general warning against all forms of disbelief. But in relation to the discussion of satans in v. 5, it is said to apply to those who would seek information from fortune-tellers and sorcerers as an alternative to religion. As a ḥadīth says of this practice, “Whosoever comes to a fortune-teller (kāhin) or diviner (ʿarrāf) and considers what he says to be true has disbelieved in what was revealed to Muhammad.”