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PostSubject: Re: The Qur'an - Full Text In English   Wed Jul 02, 2008 7:22 am

Then God sent down His tranquility on His Messenger and on the Believers, and He sent down hosts you did not see, and He punished the unbelievers; and that is the recompense of the unbelievers.(26)

Then God, thereafter, will turn to whom He will; and God is Forgiving, Merciful.(27)

O Believers, the idolaters are simply unclean, so let them not come near the Sacred Mosque after this year of theirs. And if you fear poverty, God will soon enrich you of His bounty if He will; God is Knowing, Wise.(2

Fight those who do not believe in God, nor in the Last Day, nor do they forbid what God and His Messenger have forbidden, nor do they practise the religion of truth, from among those who were given the Book, until they pay tribute out of hand, duly humbled.(29)

And the Jews say, `Ezra is the son of God', and the Christians say, `Messiah is the son of God'; that is their utterance with their mouths; they imitate the utterance of the unbelievers before them; God destroy them; how perverted they are!(30)

They have taken their priests and their monks and the Messiah, son of Mary, as lords, apart from God, while they were commanded to serve only One God; there is no god but He; He is Holy, above that they associate.(31)

They desire to extinguish the light of God with their mouths, but God refuses except that He will perfect His light, though the unbelievers be averse.(32)

It is He who has sent His Messenger with Guidance and the Religion of Truth that He may make it prevail over all religions, though the idolaters be averse.(33)

O Believers, many of the priests and the monks eat the goods of the people falsely and bar from God's way. And those who treasure up gold and silver and do not expend them in the way of God, give them the good news of a painful punishment,(34)

on the day it shall be heated in the Fire of Hell, and their foreheads and their sides and their backs shall be branded with it: `this is what you treasured up for yourselves; now taste what you were treasuring.'(35)

The number of the months with God, the day He created the heavens and the earth, is twelve in the Book of God __ of them four are sacred. That is the standing religion; so do not wrong yourselves during them. And fight the idolaters totally as they fight you totally, and know that God is with the godfearing.(36)

The postponement of a˙month is only an addition to unbelief, whereby the unbelievers are led astray, by making it lawful one year and unlawful another year, that they may make up the number which God has forbidden, and thus make lawful what God has made unlawful. Their evil deeds seem fair to them; and God does not guide the disbelieving people. (37)

O Believers, how is it with you that when it is said to you, `go forth in the way of God', you sink down heavily to the earth? Are you contented with the present life against the Hereafter? But the goods of the present life against the Hereafter are only little things.(3

If you do no go forth, He will punish you with a painful punishment, and will substitute a people instead of you, and you will not hurt Him in the least; and God is powerful over everything.(39)

If you do not help him, then God has already helped him, when the unbelievers expelled him, (he was) the second of the two, when they were in the cave, when he said to his companion, `do not grieve, God is with us'. Then God sent down on him tranquility from Him, and aided him with forces that you did not see, and made the word of the unbelievers the lowest. And God's word, that is the most high; and God is Mighty, Wise.(40)

Go forth light and heavy, and struggle with your wealth and yourselves in the way of God; that is good for you, if you knew.(41)

Were it a gain nearby and a journey easy, they would have surely followed thee, but the hard journey seemed too far to them. And they will swear by God, `had we been able, we would have gone forth with you'; they are destroying themselves; and God knows that they are surely liars.(42)

God pardon thee! Why didst thou give them leave, before it became clear to thee as to who spoke the truth and thou knewest the liars?(43)

Those who believe in God and the Last Day do not ask thee for leave that they may struggle with their wealth and their selves; and God knows the godfearing.(44)

They only ask thee for leave who do not believe in God and the Last Day, and their hearts are in doubt, so they waiver in their doubt.(45)

And had they desired to go forth, they would have made some preparation for it; but God was averse to their rising up, so He made them pause, and it was said, `sit back with those who sit back'.(46)

Had they gone forth along with you, they would have only increased you in trouble, and run to and fro in your midst seeking to stir up sedition between you. And among you are their listeners; and God knows the wrong-doers.(47)

They sought to stir up sedition before too, and they turned the affairs upside down for thee, till the truth came and God's command prevailed, though they were averse. (4

And some of them say, `give me leave and do not put me to trial'. Behold, they have already fallen to trial; and surely the Hell encompasses the unbelievers.(49)

If good befalls thee it makes them ill; and if an affliction befalls thee, they say, `we took hold of our affair before hand', and they turn away rejoicing.(50)
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PostSubject: Re: The Qur'an - Full Text In English   Wed Jul 02, 2008 7:23 am

Say, `nothing shall befall us except what God has prescribed for us; He is our protector; and in God should the Believers put their trust'.(51)

Say, `are you awaiting for us for anything except one of the two fairest things? But we are awaiting for you, for God to afflict you with punishment from Himself or at our hands; so await, we are awaiting with you'.(52)

Say, `expend willingly or unwillingly, it shall not be accepted of you; you are a transgressing people'.(53)

And nothing prevented their expendings to be accepted from them, except that they disbelieved in God and in His Messenger, and they do not attend the Prayer but lazily, and they do not expend but that they are averse.(54)

So let not their wealth or their children make thee wonder; God desires only to punish them thereby in the present life, and that their souls should depart and they are unbelievers.(55)

And they swear by God that they are of you; but they are not of you; but they are a coward people.(56)

If they could find a shelter or caves or a place to enter, they would surely turn thereto in frantic haste.(57)

And some of them find fault with thee regarding the offerings; then if they are given something of it, they are pleased, and if they are not given anything of it, they get enraged.(5

But were they pleased with what God and His Messenger gave them and said, `God is enough for us; God will give us out of His bounty and His Messenger; to God we turn in hope.(59)

The offerings are only for the poor, the needy, those who work on them, those whose hearts are to be conciliated, those in bondage, those under debt, in the way of God, and the traveller; an ordinance from God; and God is Knowing, Wise.(60)

And some of them hurt the Prophet, and say, `he is an ear'. Say, `an ear of good for you, who believes in God and has faith in the Believers, and He is a mercy to those of you who have faith. But those who hurt the Messenger shall have a painful punishment.(61)

They swear by God to you to please you, but God and His Messenger have more right that they should please Him, if they are indeed Believers.(62)

Do they not know that whoso opposes God and His Messenger, for them shall be the Fire of Hell to dwell therein forever; that is the great humiliation.(63)

The hypocrites fear lest a chapter should be sent down upon them, telling them what is in their hearts: Say, `mock on; God will bring forth what you fear'.(64)

And if thou questionest them, they will say, `we were only discussing and making merry'. Say, `is it God and His Signs and His Messenger that you mock?'(65)

Make no excuses; you have disbelieved after you believed; if We pardon a group of yours, We shall punish another group, for they were sinners.(66)

The hypocrites, men and women, are as one another; they bid the disgusting and forbid the desirable, and keep their hands shut; they have forgotten God, and He has forgotten them; surely the hypocrites are the transgressors.(67)

God promises the hypocrites, men and women, and the unbelievers the Fire of Hell, to dwell therein forever; it will suffice them; and God has cursed them; and for them shall be a lasting punishment __ (6

like those before you, who were stronger in power and more abundant in wealth and children than you are; they drew benefit of their share; now you draw benefit of your share, as those before you drew benefit of their share, and you discuss the way they discussed; their works have gone vain in this world and Hereafter, and they are the losers.(69)

Has there not come to them the news of those before them __ the people of Noah, Ad and Thamood, the people of Abraham, the men of Midian and the overturned cities? Their Messengers came to them with clear signs; and God would not wrong them, but themselves they wronged.(70)

And the Believers, men and women, are friends of one another; they bid the desirable, forbid the disgusting, establish the Prayer, pay the Due-alms, and obey God and His Messenger; upon them God will have mercy; God is Mighty, Wise.(71)

God promises the Believers, men and women, gardens underneath which rivers flow, to dwell therein forever, and gracious houses in the gardens of eternity; and God's pleasure shall be the greatest; that is the mighty triumph.(72)

O Prophet, struggle against the unbelievers and the hypocrites, and be harsh with them; and their abode is Hell; and it is evil a destination!(73)

They swear by God that they said nothing; but they did say the word of unbelief, and disbelieved after their surrender (Islam), and they purposed what they did not attain. And they showed enmity only because God and His Messenger enriched them of His bounty. Now, if they repent, it will be better for them, and if they turn away, God will punish them with a painful punishment in this world and Hereafter; and there will be no friend or helper for them on the earth.(74)

And some of them made covenant with God: `if He gives us of His bounty, we will surely make offerings and be among the righteous'.(75)
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PostSubject: Re: The Qur'an - Full Text In English   Wed Jul 02, 2008 7:39 am

Then, when He gave them of His bounty, they were niggardly of it, and turned away swerving aside.(76)

So He caused hypocrisy to enter their hearts till the Day they will meet Him, because they failed God in the promise they had made with Him, and because they were telling lies.(77)

Did they not know that God knows their secret and their conspiracy, and that God knows all about the unseen things.(7

Those who taunt the Believers who volunteer the offerings freely, and scoff at those who find nothing except their efforts; God scoffs at them, and for them shall be a painful punishment.(79)

Ask forgiveness for them or ask not forgiveness for them; even if thou askest forgiveness for them seventy times, God will not forgive them; that is because they disbelieved in God and His Messenger; and God does not guide the transgressing people.(80)

Those who remained behind rejoiced in their sitting behind the Messenger of God, and they were averse to struggling with their wealth and their selves in the way of God, and they said, `do not go forth in the heat'. Say, `the Fire of Hell will be fiercer in heat'. Would that they understood.(81)

So let them laugh little and weep much as a recompense of what they have earned.(82)

Now, if God returns thee to a group of them, and they ask of thee leave to go forth, say, `you shall not go forth with me ever, nor shall you fight with me an enemy; you were pleased to sit back the first time, now sit with those who remain behind'.(83)

And thou pray never over any of them who dies, nor stand by his grave; they disbelieved in God and His Messenger and died and they were transgressors.(84)

And let not their wealth and their children make thee wonder. God only desires to punish them thereby in this world, and that their souls should depart as unbelievers.(85)

And when a sura is sent down: `believe in God, and struggle along with His Messenger', the affluent among them ask leave of thee and say `leave us with those that sit back'.(86)

They are pleased to be with those who stay behind, for their hearts are sealed, so they do not understand.(87)

But the Messenger, and the Believers with him, struggle with their wealth and their selves; and for them shall be the good things, and only they shall prosper.(8

God has prepared for them gardens underneath which rivers flow, to dwell therein forever; that is the mighty triumph.(89)

And some Bedouins that made excuses came that they may be given leave; and those who lied to God and His Messenger sat back; there shall befall the unbelievers among them a painful punishment.(90)

There is no blame on the weak, nor on the sick, nor on those who do not find anything to expend, when they are sincere to God and His Messenger. There is no way against the good-doers; and God is Forgiving, Merciful.(91)

Nor (there is a way) against those who, when they came to thee, for thee to mount them, thou saidst to them, `I do not find whereon I should mount you'; they turned away, their eyes overflowing with tears out of grief, that they do not find anything to expend.(92)

The way is only against those who ask leave of thee, though they are rich; they are pleased to be with those who stay behind, and God has set a seal on their hearts, so they do not know.(93)

They will make excuses to you, when you return to them. Say, `do not make excuses; we will not believe you; God has told us your news; and God and his Messenger will see your work, then you will be returned to Him who knows the unseen and the visible, and He will tell you what you were doing.'(94)

They will swear to you by God, when you turn back to them, that you may turn aside from them. So turn aside from them; they are an abomination, and their abode is Hell __ a recompense for what they have been earning.(95)

They will swear to you that you may be pleased with them, but even if you are pleased with them, God will not be pleased with the transgressing people.(96)

The Bedouins are hardest in unbelief and hypocrisy and more apt not to know the bounds of what God has sent down on His Messenger; and God is Knowing, Wise.(97)

And among the Bedouins are those who take what they expend for fine and wait for turn of time against you; theirs shall be the evil turn; and God is Hearing, Knowing.(9

And among the Bedouins are those who believe in God and the Last Day, and take what they expend as means of bringing them near to God, and of prayers of the Messenger. Surely it is a means of bringing them near. God will admit them to His mercy; God is Forgiving, Merciful.(99)

And the Foremost, the First among the Emigrants and the Helpers, and those who followed them in a good way, God is pleased with them and they are pleased with Him, and He has prepared for them gardens underneath which rivers flow, to dwell therein forever and ever; that is the mighty triumph.(100)
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PostSubject: Re: The Qur'an - Full Text In English   Wed Jul 02, 2008 7:40 am

And among the Bedouins living around you some are hypocrites, and also among the people of the City (Medina); they persist in hypocrisy; thou dost not know them; We know them; We will punish them twice, then they will be returned to a mighty punishment.(101)

And the others, who have confessed their sins, have mixed a right deed with another evil; it may be that God will turn to them; God is Forgiving, Merciful.(102)

Take of their wealth the offerings, to purify them and to cleanse them thereby, and pray for them; thy prayers are a comfort for them; and God is Hearing, Knowing.(103)

Do they not know that it is God who accepts repentance from His servants, and takes the offering, and that it is God who is All-returning, Merciful.(104)

And say, `work, and God and His Messenger and Believers will see your work; and you will be returned to Him who knows the unseen and the visible, then He will tell you what you have been doing.'(105)

And the others have been deferred to God's commandment, whether He punishes them or turns to them; and God is Knowing, Wise.(106)

And those who have taken a mosque for harm and unbelief and for disunity among the Believers and a place of ambush for him who made war against God and His Messenger before; but they will surely swear, `we desired nothing but good'; and God testifies that they are liars.(107)

Stand in it never. A mosque that was founded on godfearing from the first day has greater right that thou shouldst stand in it; in it are men who love to purify them; and God loves those who purify themselves.(108)

Is he, then, better who founded his building on the fear and the pleasure of God, or he who founded his building on the brink of a crumbling bank, and it crumbled with him into the Fire of Hell? But God does not guide the wrong-doing people.(109)

The building they have built will not cease to be a point of doubt in their hearts, unless their hearts are cut into pieces; and God is Knowing, Wise.(110)

God has bought from the Believers their selves and their wealth that the Paradise should be theirs; they fight in the way of God, and they kill and are killed; it is a promise binding on Him in the Torah, the Gospel and the Qur'an; and who is more true in fulfilling his covenant than God? So rejoice in the bargain that you have made with Him, and that is the mighty triumph.(111)

They are those who repent, who serve, who praise, who journey, who bow, who prostrate themselves, who bid the desirable, who forbid the disgusting, and who guard God's bounds; and give thou good news to the Believers.(112)

It is not for the Prophet and the Believers to ask forgiveness for the idolaters, even though they be near kinsmen, after it has become clear to them that they are the people of Hell.(113)

And Abraham's prayer for pardon of his father was only due to his promise he had made to him; but when it became clear to him that he was an enemy of God he quit him; Abraham was surely compassionate and clement.(114)

And God would not send a people astray after He has guided them, until He makes clear to them what they should guard against; God knows everything.(115)

It is God to whom belongs the kingdom of the heavens and the earth; He gives life and makes to die; and you have, apart from God, no friend and no helper.(116)

God has turned to the Prophet and the Emigrants and the Helpers, those who followed him in the hour of hardship, after the hearts of a party of them had almost swerved, yet He turned to them; He is surely Kind and Merciful to them;(117)

and (He turned) also to the three who remained behind, until, when the earth, despite its vastness, narrowed on them, and their selves also narrowed on them, and they thought that there was no refuge from God except in Him, then He turned towards them, that they may also turn; surely it is God who is the All - turning, the Merciful.(118)

O Believers, fear God and be with the truthful.(119)

It is not for the people of the City (Medina) and the bedouins, that dwell around them, to stay behind God's Messenger or prefer their selves to his; that is because there does not afflict them thirst, fatigue or hunger in the way of God, nor do they tread any tread that enrages the unbelievers, nor do they make any gain from enemy, but thereby a righteous deed is written for them; surely God does not waste the wage of the good-doers.(120)

Nor do they expend a sum, small or big, nor traverse a valley, but it is written down for them, so that God may recompense them for the best of what they were doing.(121)

And it is not required of the believers to go forth totally. But, why should not a group from every section of them go forth to get understanding of the religion, and to warn their people when they return to them, that they may beware?(122)

O Believers, fight those unbelievers who live near to you, and let them find harshness in you; and know that God is with the godfearing.(123)

And whenever a sura is sent down, some of them say, `which of you has this

increased in faith?' Then as for the Believers, their faith it increases, and they rejoice.(124)

And as for those in whose heart is sickness, it increases abomination to their abomination, and they die and they are unbelievers.(125)
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PostSubject: Re: The Qur'an - Full Text In English   Wed Jul 02, 2008 7:41 am

But do they not see that they are put to trial once or twice every year, yet still they do not repent nor do they pay heed? (126)

And whenever a sura is sent down, they look at one another: `does anyone see you?' Then they turn away. God has turned away their hearts, for they are a people who understand not.(127)

There has surely come to you a Messenger from among yourselves; grievous to him is your suffering, and he is anxious over you, and kind and merciful to the Believers.(128)

Now, if they turn away, say, `God is enough for me; there is no god but He; in Him I put my trust, and He is the Lord of the Mighty Throne'.(129)
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PostSubject: Re: The Qur'an - Full Text In English   Wed Jul 02, 2008 7:42 am

YUNUS (10)

"Jonah"

(Revealed at Mecca, Verses 109)

In the name of Allah, The Merciful, The All-merciful



Alif Lam Ra (A.L.R.); these are the signs of the Wise Book. (1)

Was it a wonder to the people that We revealed to a man among them: `warn the people, and give good news to the Believers that they shall have a footing of truth with their Lord?' The unbelievers say, `this is surely a manifest sorcerer'.(2)

Your Lord is God, who created the heavens and the earth in six days, then took over the Throne, and He directs the Affair. There is no intercessor, but after His leave. That is God, your Lord, so serve Him. Will you not pay heed?(3)

To Him shall you be returned, all together; it is God's promise in truth. He begins the creation, then shall repeat it, that He may justly recompense those who believe and do righteous deeds. And the unbelievers, for them shall be a draught of hot water and a painful punishment for that they disbelieved.(4)

It is He who made the sun a radiance, and the moon a light, and determined it by stations that you might know the number of years and the reckoning. God has not created that but with the truth. He explains the signs to a people who have knowledge.(5)

Surely in the alternation of night and day, and what God has created in the heavens and the earth, there are Signs for a godfearing people.(6)

Those who do not look to the meeting with Us and are pleased with the present life and are satisfied with it, and those who are heedless of Our Signs,(7)

their abode is the Fire, for that they were earning.(

Those who believe and do righteous deeds, their Lord will guide them by their belief; rivers will flow beneath them in the gardens of bliss.(9)

Their prayer therein will be `Holy be thee, O God', and their greeting therein will be, `peace'; and their last prayer will be, `praise be to God, the Lord of the world'.(10)

And if God should hasten to men evil, like their asking for hastening good, their term would have been decided for them. So We leave those, who do not look to the meeting with Us, in their insolence blindly wandering.(11)

And when affliction touches a man he calls Us on his side, or sitting, or standing; then, when We have removed his affliction from him, he passes on, as if he had not called Us to an affliction that touched him. So are shown fair to the extravagant the things they have been doing. (12)

And We destroyed the generations before you when they did wrong; and their Messengers came to them with clear Signs, but they would not believe. Thus We recompense the sinful people.(13)

Then We appointed you viceroys on the earth after them, that We might observe how you would act.(14)

And when Our clear signs are recited to them, those who do not look to the meeting with Us, say, `bring a Reading (Qur'an) other than this or change it'. Say, `it is not for me to change it of my own accord; I only follow what is revealed to me; I fear, if I disobey my Lord, the punishment of a mighty day'.(15)

Say, `had God willed, I would not have recited it to you, nor would He have made it known to you. I have stayed among you a lifetime before it; so will you not understand?'(16)

Now, who does greater wrong than he who forges a lie against God or cries lies to His signs? Surely the sinners shall not prosper.(17)

And they serve, apart from God, that which neither hurts them nor profits them, and they say, `these are our intercessors with God'. Say, `will you tell God what He does not know in the heavens nor in the earth'; Holy is He, and exalted above that they associate!(1

And mankind was not but one community, then they differed; and if a word had not preceded from thy Lord, things in which they differ would have been decided between them. (19)

And they say, `why has not a Sign been sent down upon him from his Lord?' Say, `the Unseen belongs only to God; so wait, I am waiting with you'.(20)

And when We let the people taste mercy after hardship has touched them, lo, they devise against Our Signs. Say, `God is swifter in devising'; surely Our messengers are writing down what you devise.(21)

It is He who carries you by land and sea. Until when you are in the ships and they sail with the people with a goodly wind, and the people rejoice in it, there comes upon them a violent wind, and the waves come on them from every place, and they think they are encompassed; they call upon God, making obedience purely His: `if Thou deliverest us from this, we will surely be among the thankful'.(22)

Then, when He delivers them, they rebel in the earth without right. O mankind, your rebellion is only against yourselves; enjoyment of the preset life; then to Us shall you be returned, and We will tell you what you have been doing'.(23)

The likeness of the present life is only as water that We send down from the heaven, with which mingle the plants of the earth, whereof men and cattle eat; till, when the earth takes its glitter and adorns itself, and its people think that they have power over it, Our command comes upon it by night or by day, and We make it stubble, as if nothing was there yesterday. So We explain the Signs for a people who ponder.(24)

And God calls to the House of Peace; and He guides whom He will to a straight path.(25)
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PostSubject: Re: The Qur'an - Full Text In English   Wed Jul 02, 2008 7:43 am

For those, who do good, shall be the most fair reward and more; and dust shall not cover their faces nor abasement; they are the people of Paradise, wherein they shall dwell forever.(26)

And those who earn evil deeds, the recompense of evil shall be the like of it, and abasement shall cover them; they shall not have anyone to protect them from God; their faces will be as if they were covered with strips of a darkening night; they are the people of the Fire, wherein they shall dwell forever.(27)

And the day We shall muster them all together, then We shall say to the idolaters, `at your place, you and your associate--gods'. Then We shall separate them widely; and their associate-gods will say, `us you never served.(2

God is a sufficient witness between us and you; surely we are unaware of your service'.(29)

There every soul shall realize what it did before, and they shall be returned to God, their True Protector, and all that they had forged shall be lost to them.(30)

Say, `who provides you from the heaven and the earth, or who has power over hearing and sight, and who brings forth the dead from the living, and who plans the Affair?' They will say, `God'; then say, `will you not be godfearing?' (31)

That then is God, your True Lord; and what is there after the truth except error? Then how are you turned away?(32)

Thus the word of thy Lord has proved true against the transgressors that they will not believe.(33)

Say, `is there any of your associate-gods who begins creation, then repeats it?' Say, `God begins creation, then repeats it; so how are you perverted?'(34)

Say, `is there any of your associate-gods who guides to the truth'? Say, `God guides to the truth. Then who has a greater right to be followed __ He who guides to the truth or he who himself does not find the way unless he is guided? What ails you; how do you judge?'(35)

But most of them follow only surmise; surely surmise does not avail against the truth in the least; surely God knows what they do.(36)

And this Qur'an is not such as could be forged by anyone other than God; in stead, it is a confirmation of what was before it, and, no doubt, an explanation of the Book from the Lord of the world.(37)

Or do they say, `he has forged it?' Say, `then produce a chapter like it and call on whom you can, if you are truthful!'(3

No, but they have given lies to that whose knowledge they did not comprehend and whose interpretation has not yet come to them. So also cried lies those that were before them, now see how was the end of the wrong-doers.(39)

And some of them believe in it, and some of them do not believe in it; and thy Lord very well knows those who create disorder.(40)

And if they give lies to thee, then say, `my work is mine and your work is yours; you are quit of what I do, and I am quit of what you do'.(41)

And some of them give ear to thee; but wilt thou make the deaf to hear, though they do not understand?(42)

And some of them look towards thee; but wilt thou guide the blind, though they do not see? (43)

Surely God does not wrong men in the least, but themselves men wrong.(44)

And the day He shall muster them, it will be as if they did not stay (in the world) but an hour of the day, and they will recognise one another; They are indeed losers who give lies to the meeting with God and were not guided.(45)

And whether We show thee something of what We promise them, or We take thee to Us, to Us shall they be returned, then God is witness of the things they do.(46)

And for every Community there is a Messenger, and when their Messenger comes, it is decided between them justly, and they are not wronged.(47)

And they say, `when will this promise be, if you are truthful?'(4

Say, `I hold no power of hurt or profit even for myself, but as God will. For every community is a term; when their term comes they will not put it back nor put it forward by a moment'.(49)

Say, `have you considered if His punishment comes upon you by night or by day, what part of it will the sinners seek to hasten?'(50)
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Is it that when it comes to pass that you will believe in it? `Now __ but you sought to hasten it?'(51)

Then it will be said to the wrong-doers, `taste the punishment of eternity; could you be recompensed for anything but what you have been earning?'(52)

And they ask thee to tell them, if it is true? Say, `yes, by my Lord, it is surely true, and you cannot frustrate Him'.( 53)

And if every soul that does wrong possessed all that is in the earth, he would offer it for his ransom; and they will hide the remorse when they see the punishment, but it will be decided between them justly, and they will not be wronged.(54)

Behold, to God belongs all that is in the heavens and earth. Behold, God's promise is true, but most of them do not know. (55)

It is He who gives life and makes to die, and to Him you shall be returned.(56)

O mankind, there has come to you from your Lord an admonition and a healing for what is in the breasts, and a guidance and a mercy for the Believers.(57)

Say, `it is by the bounty of God and His mercy; so let them rejoice in that; it is better than what they gather'.(5

Say, `have you considered the provision that God has sent down for you, some of which you have made unlawful and some lawful?' Say, `has God permitted you so, or do you forge against God?'(59)

And what think those, who forge falsehood against God, of the Day of Resurrection? God is bountiful to men, but most of them do not give thanks.(60)

And thou art not on any occupation, nor dost thou recite any Qur'an from Him, nor you people do any work, but We are witnesses over you when you press on it. And there does not escape even weight of an ant in the earth or in the heaven from thy Lord, nor a thing smaller or bigger than that, but it is (written) in a clear Book.(61)

Surely God's friends shall have no fear on them nor shall they grieve __(62)

those who believe and are godfearing;(63)

for them is a good news in the present life and in the Hereafter. There is no changing the Words of God; that is the mighty triumph. (64)

And let not their saying grieve thee; the glory altogether belongs to God; He is the Hearing, the Knowing.(65)

Behold, to God belongs whoso is in the heavens and whoso is in the earth. And what do they follow: those who call upon associate-gods, apart from God __ they follow only surmise, and they only conjecture.(66)

He it is who made for you the night that you might rest in it, and the day to show things; in that are surely Signs for a people who listen.(67)

They say, `God has taken to Him a son'; Holy be He; He is the All-sufficient; to Him belongs all that is in the heavens and all that is in the earth; you have no authority for this; do you say about God what you know not?(6

Say, `those who forge falsehood against God shall not prosper;(69)

it is enjoyment of this world, then to Us shall they be returned, then We shall let them taste the terrible punishment for that they disbelieved.(70)

And recite to them the story of Noah. When he said to his people, `O my people, if my standing and my admonishing with the signs of God is hard on you, then in God have I put my trust; gather your affair and your associates, then let not your affair be doubtful to you, then decide about me, and respite me not.(71)

And if you turn away, I have not asked you for any wage; my wage rests only with God, and I have been commanded, to be one of those who have surrendered.(72)

But they gave lies to him, and We delivered him and those with him in the Ark and made them viceroys, and We drowned those who gave lies to Our signs; then see how was the end of those that were warned!(73)

Then We sent forth, after him, Messengers to their people, and they brought them the clear Signs, but they were not such as would believe in that they had given lies to before. So We seal the hearts of the transgressors.(74)

Then We sent forth, after them, Moses and Aaron to Pharaoh and his chiefs with Our Signs, but they showed arrogance and became a sinful people.(75)
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So when the truth came to them from Us, they said, `this is surely a clear sorcery'.(76)

Moses said, `do you say so regarding the truth, when it has come to you? Is this a sorcery? But sorcerers do not succeed!'(77)

They said, `hast thou come to us to turn us form that we found our fathers on, and that the domination in the land should be yours; but we do not believe you at all'.(7

And Pharaoh said, `bring me every learned sorcerer'.(79)

So when the sorcerers came, Moses said to them, `cast down what you will cast'.(80)

Then, when they had cast, Moses said, `what you have brought is sorcery; God will bring it to naught; surely God does not set right the work of those who cause disorder.(81)

And God verifies the truth by His Words though the sinners be averse'.(82)

And none believed Moses, except a generation of his people, for fear of Pharaoh and their chiefs, lest they should persecute them; and Pharaoh was surely high in the land, and he was surely of the extravagant.(83)

Moses said, `O my people, if you believe in God, then in Him put your trust, if you have surrendered'.(84)

So they said, `in God we put our trust; our Lord, do not make us a temptation for the worg-doing people;(85)

and deliver us, by Thy mercy, from the disbelieving people'.(86)

And We revealed to Moses and his brother, `take some houses in Egypt for your people, duly directed, and establish the Prayer. And give thou good news to the Believers?' (87)

And Moses said, `our Lord, Thou hast given to Pharaoh and his chiefs adornment and wealth in the present life, our Lord, that they may lead people astray from Thy way; our Lord, obliterate their wealth and harden their hearts, for they will not believe, till they see the painful punishment.'(8

He said, `your prayer is answered, so go straight, and do not follow the way of those who have no knowledge.(89)

And We led the Children of Israel over the sea, and Pharaoh and his hosts followed them in aggression and spite. Till, when the drowning overtook him, he said, `I believe that there is no god but He in whom the Children of Israel believe, and I am of those who surrender'.(90)

`Now! but thou disobeyedst before, and wast of those who create disorder.(91)

So, today, We shall deliver thee with thy body, that thou be a Sign to those after thee. And many men are surely unaware of Our Signs.(92)

And We settled the Children of Israel in a rightful abode and provided them with good things. And they did not differ till the knowledge came to them. Thy Lord will decide between them on the Day of Resurrection in what they differ. (93)

So, if thou art in doubt concerning what We have sent down to thee, ask those who read the Book before thee. The truth has come to thee from thy Lord, so be not of the doubters;(94)

and be not among those who give lies to God's Signs or thou wilt be among the losers.(95)

Those against whom thy Lord's Word is realized will not believe,(96)

though every Sign come to them, till they see the terrible punishment.(97)

And why was there not a city that believed and its belief profited it, except the people of Jonah? When they believed, We removed from them the punishment of humiliation in the present life, and gave them comforts for a time.(9

Had thy Lord willed, all those on the earth would have believed, all together! Wouldst thou then constrain the people, until they are believers?(99)

And it is not for any soul to believe except by the leave of God; and He lays abomination on those who understand not.(100)

Say, `look to what is in the heavens and the earth'. But the Signs and the warnings do not avail a people who do not believe.(101)

And what are they waiting for except the like of the days of those who passed away before them? Say, `wait, I am with you among those who are waiting.'(102)

Then We shall deliver Our Messengers and the Believers __ like that; it is incumbent upon Us to deliver the Believers.(103)

Say, `O men if you are in doubt regarding my religion, then I do not serve any apart from God; in stead, I serve God who takes your souls, and I have been commanded to be one of the Believers;(104)

and: `set thy face to the religion, all--devoted, and be not among the idolaters.(105)

And do not call, apart from God, on that which neither profits thee, nor hurts thee. If thou dost so, thou shalt be among the worng-doers.(106)

And if God touches thee with harm, none can remove it but He; and if He desires any good for thee, none can repel His bounty; He bestows it on whom He will of His servants; and He is the Forgiving, the Merciful'.(107)

Say, `O men, the truth has come to you from your Lord; so whoso is guided is

guided only for himself; and whoso goes astray goes astray only against himself; and I am no care-taker over you'.(108)

`And follow thou what is revealed to thee and be patient, till God judges; and He is the best of judges'. (109)YUNUS (10)
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PostSubject: Re: The Qur'an - Full Text In English   Wed Jul 02, 2008 7:58 am

HUD (11)

"Hood"

(Revealed at Mecca, Verses 123)

In the name of Allah, The Merciful, The All-merciful



Alif Lam Ra (A.L.R.); a Book whose signs are perfected, then explained from One Wise and Aware: (1)

that you serve none but God; surely I am to you from Him a warner and a bearer of good news;(2)

and that you ask forgiveness of your Lord, then turn to Him; He will give you handsome goods till a stated term, and He will give of His bounty to every man of grace; but if you turn away, I fear for you punishment of a big day.(3)

Unto God shall you be returned, and He is powerful over everything.(4)

Behold, they fold their breasts to hide them from Him; behold, when they wrap themselves in their garments, He knows what they keep secret and what they display; surely He knows the thoughts in the breasts.(5)

And no creature is there on the earth, but its provision depends on God, and He knows its resting place and its repository; all is in a clear Book.(6)

And it is He who created the heavens and the earth in six days, and His Throne is on water that He may try you which one of you is better in works. And if thou sayest, `you shall be raised up after death', the unbelievers say, `this is not but a clear sorcery'.(7)

And if We defer the punishment from them till a reckoned term, they will say, `what detains it?' Behold, the day it comes on them, it will not be turned away from them, and what they mock at shall overtake them.(

And if We let man taste mercy from Us, then withdraw it from him, he is desperate, ungrateful.(9)

And if We let him taste prosperity after hardship has touched him, he will say, `the evils have gone away from me'; he is joyous, boastful __(10)

except those who are patient and do righteous deeds; for them shall be forgiveness and a big wage.(11)

Perchance thou wilt leave part of what is revealed to thee, and thy breast will be straitened by it because they say, `why has not a treasure been sent down on him, or an angel come with him?' Thou art only a warner; and God is a caretaker of everything.(12)

Or they say, `he has forged it'. Say, `bring ten forged Surahs (chapters), the like of it, and call upon whom you can, apart from God, if you are truthful'.(13)

Then if they do not answer you, know that it has been sent down with God's knowledge, and that there is no god but He; will you now surrender?(14)

Whoso desires the present life and its adornment, We will pay them in full for their work in it, and they will suffer no loss in it.(15)

They are the ones for whom there will be nothing in the Hereafter except the Fire, and what they worked will have failed there and what they did will be vain.(16)

Is then he who is on a clear proof from his Lord, and a witness from Him recites it, and before him was the Book of Moses for a guide and a mercy? Those believe in it. But whoso out of the factions disbelieves in it, the Fire is his promised place. So be thou not in doubt about it; it is the truth from thy Lord, but most men believe not.(17)

And who does greater wrong than he who forges a lie against God? Those shall be presented before their Lord, and the witnesses will say, `these are the ones who lied against their Lord'; surely the curse of God rests on the wrong-doers __ (1

those who bar from God's way, and seek crookedness in it; and they disbelieve in the Hereafter.(19)

They could not frustrate Him in the earth, and they had no protector, apart from God; their punishment will be doubled; they were not able to hear nor could see.(20)

They are the ones who have given loss to themselves, and what they forged is lost to them?(21)

No doubt, they will be the biggest losers in the Hereafter.(22)

Those who believe and do righteous deeds and humble themselves to their Lord, they are the people of Paradise, wherein they shall dwell forever.(23)

The likeness of the two parties is as the one blind and deaf, and the other seeing and hearing; are they equal in likeness? Will you not then pay heed? (24)

And We sent Noah to his people (to say) __ `I am a clear warner to you,(25)
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that you serve none but God; I fear for you the punishment of a painful day'.(26)

The unbelieving chiefs of his people said, `we see thee only a mortal like us, and we see that only those who are apparently the vilest of us follow thee. And we do not see you having any superiority over us; no, we rather think you are liars'.(27)

He said, `O my people, have you considered if I stand on a clear Sign from my Lord, and He has given me mercy from Him, and it has been made obscure to you, shall we force it on you, while you are averse to it?(2

O my people, I do not ask you any wealth for it; my wage rests only on God; and I will not drive away the Believers. They shall surely be meeting their Lord, but I see you a people showing ignorance.(29)

O my people, who would help me against God, if I drive them away? Will you not then pay heed?(30)

And I do not say to you, `I possess the treasures of God', nor do I know the unseen, nor I say, `I am an angel', nor I say regarding those whom your eyes despise, `God will not give them any good'; God knows best what is in their souls; surely in that case, I shall be among the wrong-doers'.(31)

They said, `O `Noah, thou hast disputed with us, and hast made much disputation with us, now bring us what thou promisest us, if thou art of the truthful'.(32)

He said, `only God will bring it to you, if He will, and you cannot frustrate Him.(33)

And my sincere advice will not profit you, even if I desired to advise you sincerely, if God desired to pervert you; He is your Lord, and to Him you shall be returned'.(34)

Or do they say, `he has forged it?' Say, `if I have forged it, then on me will fall my sin, and I am quit of the sins you do'.(35)

And it was revealed to Noah, `none of thy people will believe except those who have already believed, so be not distressed by what they were doing.(36)

And make the Ark under Our eyes and by Our revelation, and do not address Me concerning the wrong-doers; they shall be drowned'.(37)

And he makes the Ark; and whenever some chiefs of his people passed by him, they scoffed at him. He said, `if you scoff at us, we will also scoff at you as you scoff.(3

And you shall soon know on whom comes a punishment that shall humiliate him and on whom shall alight a lasting punishment'.(39)

Until when Our command came, and the Oven boiled, We said, `load in it a pair of every kind, and thy family __ except those against whom the word has gone forth __ and those who have believed'. And there believed not with him but a few.(40)

And he said, `embark in it; in the Name of God be its sailing and its berthing; my Lord is surely Forgiving, Merciful'.(41)

And it moved with them amid waves like mountains. And Noah called to his son who was standing apart, `my son, embark with us and be not with the unbelievers'.(42)

He said, `I will take refuge in some mountain that will save me from the water'. He said, `today, none is there to save from God's command, except for him on whom He has mercy'. And the waves came between them, and he was among the drowned.(43)

And it was said, `O earth, swallow thy water, and O heaven, cease'. And the water subsided, and the matter was decided, and the Ark rested on Judi, and it was said, `away with the wrong-doing people!' (44)

And Noah called to his Lord and said, `my Lord, my son is of my family, and Thy promise is true, and Thou art the biggest judge of all the judges'.(45)

He said, `O Noah, he is not of thy family; it was a deed non-righteous; so do not ask of Me that of which thou hast no knowledge; I admonish thee lest thou shouldst be among the ignorant'.(46)

He said, `my Lord, I take refuge with Thee from asking Thee that of which I have no knowledge. And if Thou dost not forgive me, and dost not have mercy on me, I shall be among the losers'.(47)

It was said, `O Noah, get down with peace and blessings from Us on thee and on the communities of those that are with thee. And there will be communities whom We shall provide necessary goods, then from Us shall afflict them a painful punishment'.(4

This is of the news of the unseen that We reveal to thee; thou didst not know it, nor thy people before this; so be thou patient; the end-result is for the godfearing. (49)

And to Ad, (We sent) their brother Hood. He said, `O my people, serve God, you have no god other than He; you are not but forgers.(50)
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O my people, I do not ask of you any wage for it; my wage is upon Him who created me. Will you not understand?(51)

And O my people, ask forgiveness of your Lord, then turn to Him, He will loose heaven in torrents upon you, and add strength to your strength, and do not turn away as sinners'.(52)

They said, `O Hood, thou hast not brought us any clear Sign and we will not leave our gods on thy saying, and we are no believers of thee.(53)

We only say that some of our gods has afflicted thee with evil'. He said, `I call God to witness, and you also bear witness that I am quit of what you associate,(54)

apart from Him; so try your guile on me all together, then give me no respite.(55)

I put my trust in God, my Lord and your Lord; there is no creature, but He holds it by its forelock; surely my Lord is on a straight path.(56)

And if you turn away, then I have delivered to you the Message with which I have been sent to you. And my Lord will make successors a people other than you; and you will not harm Him in the least; surely my Lord is guardian over everything'.(57)

And when Our command came , We saved Hood and those who believed with him, by a mercy from Us, and We saved them from a severe punishment.(5

And those were Ad; they denied the Signs of their Lord and disobeyed His Messengers and followed the command of every obstinate potentate.(59)

And they were followed by a curse in this world and on the Day of Resurrection. Behold, Ad disbelieved in their Lord! Behold, away with Ad, the people of Hood!(60)

And to Thamood (we sent) their brother Salih. He said, `O my people, serve God, you have no god other than He. It is He who has produced you out of the earth and inhabited you in it, so ask His forgiveness, then turn to Him; surely my Lord is near and answers'.(61)

They said, `O Salih, thou hast been a center of hope for us before this; dost thou forbid us to serve what our fathers have been serving? But we are in a disquieting doubt concerning what thou callest us to?'(62)

He said, `O my people, what think you if I am on a clear Sign from my Lord and He has given me mercy from Him, then who shall help me against God, if I disobey Him? And you would not add to me anything except loss.(63)

And O my people, this is the She-camel of God which is a Sign for you; so leave her to graze on God's earth, and do not touch her with evil, lest a near punishment should seize you'.(64)

And they hamstrung her, and he said, `enjoy in your homes for three days; that is a promise not to be belied'.(65)

Then when Our command came, We saved Salih and those who believed with him by a mercy from Us, and from the humiliation of that day. Surely thy Lord is the Strong, the Mighty.(66)

And the Cry seized the wrong-doers, and they lay crouching in their homes,(67)

as if they were never there. Behold, Thamood disbelieved in their Lord. Behold, away with Thamood!(6

And our messengers came to Abraham with the good news; they said, `peace'; he said, `peace' and delayed not in bringing a roasted calf.(69)

Then when he saw their hands not reaching to it, he became suspicious of them and conceived a fear of them. They said, `fear not; we have been sent to the people of Lot'.(70)

And his wife was standing by; she laughed and We gave her the good news of Issac and, after him, of Jacob.(71)

She said, `woe is me! Shall I bear when I am an old woman, and this my husband is an old man? This is surely a wonderful thing!'(72)

They said, `dost thou wonder at the command of God? Mercy of God and His blessings are upon you, O People of the House; surely He is Praise-worthy, Glorious'.(73)

So when the awe departed from Abraham and the good news also came to him, he started disputing with Us for the people of Lot.(74)

Abraham was surely clement, compassionate and penitent.(75)
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`O Abraham, turn away from this; the command of thy Lord has surely come; and there shall be coming upon them a punishment, not to be averted'.(76)

And when Our messengers came to Lot, he was distressed due to them, and felt himself helpless against them, and he said, `this is a fierce day'.(77)

And his people came rushing to him; and they have been committing evil deeds before. He said, `O my people, here are my daughters who are purer for you; so fear God and do not disgrace me in my guests. Is there not among you any right-mended man?'(7

They said, `thou knowest we have no right to thy daughters, and thou surely knowest what we desire'.(79)

He said, `O would that I had power against you, or that I could take shelter in a strong support!'(80)

They said, `O Lot, we are messengers of thy Lord; they shall not reach thee; so set forth with thy family during a part of the night, and let none of you turn round, excepting thy wife; that which befalls them shall befall her also; their promised time is the morning; is not the morning near?'(81)

So when Our command came, We turned it (the town) upside down, and We rained on it stones of baked clay, layer after layer,(82)

marked with thy Lord; and it is not far off from the wrong-doers.(83)

And to Midian (we sent) their brother Shuaib; he said, `O my people, serve God, you have no god other than He; and do not diminish the measure and the balance; I see you prosperous, but I fear for you the punishment of an encompassing day.(84)

And O my people, fill up the measure and the balance justly, and do not diminish the goods of the people, and do not move about in the land causing disorder.(85)

God's remainder is better for you if you are believers; and I am no guardian over you'.(86)

They said, `O Shuaib, does thy Prayer bid thee that we should leave what our fathers served, or do as we will with our goods? Thou art surely clement and right-minded'.(87)

He said, `O my people, have you considered if I stand on a clear evidence from my Lord, and He has bestowed on me a handsome provision from Him? And I do not desire to come behind you in that I forbid you; I desire only to reform as much as I can; and my success depends only on God; in Him I trust, and to Him I turn penitent.(8

And O my people, let not the breach with me be a cause to afflict you with the like of what afflicted the people of Noah, the people of Hood or the people of Salih; and the people of Lot are not far off from you!(89)

And ask forgiveness of your Lord, then turn to Him; my Lord is Merciful, Loving'.(90)

They said, `O Shuaib, we do not understand much of what thou sayest, and we see thee weak among us; and if it were not for thy clan, we would have stoned thee; for thou art not strong enough against us'.(91)

He said, `O my people, is my clan stronger than God against you? And you have held Him on your backs, away from you; surely my Lord encompasses the things you do.(92)

And O my people, act at your place, I am acting too; you will soon know on whom comes the punishment that shall disgrace him, and who is a liar; and watch, I shall be watching with you'.(93)

And when Our command came, We saved Shuaib and those who believed with him by a mercy from Us; and the Cry seized the wrong-doers, and they lay crouching in their homes,(94)

as if they were never there. Behold, away with Midian, as Thamood were away!(95)

And We sent Moses with Our Signs and a clear authority(96)

to Pharaoh and his chiefs, but they followed Pharaoh's command; and Pharaoh's command was not right.(97)

He shall walk ahead of his people on the Day of Resurrection, then take them to the Fire; and how evil is the place taken to.(9

And they were followed by a curse in this (world) and on the Day of Resurrection; how evil is the gift granted!(99)

That is of the news of the cities that We relate to thee; some of them are standing and some are mown down.(100)
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And We did not wrong them but themselves they wronged, and their gods whom they called upon, apart from God, did not avail them in the least, when thy Lord's command came; and they did not add to them except ruin.(101)

And such is the seizing of thy Lord, when He seizes the cities that are wrong-doing; surely His seizing is painful and terrible.(102)

In that is surely a Sign for him who fears the punishment of the Hereafter. That is a day on which mankind shall be gathered, and that is a day to be witnessed.(103)

And We do not defer it but for a reckoned term.(104)

The day it comes, no soul shall speak except by His permission; and some of them will be wretched and some blessed.(105)

Then, as for the wretched, they shall be in the Fire, wherein shall be moaning and sighing for them,(106)

dwelling therein forever, so long as the heavens and the earth abide, except as thy Lord will; surely thy Lord accomplishes what He desires.(107)

And as for the blessed, they shall be in Paradise, dwelling therein forever, so long as the heavens and the earth abide, except as thy Lord will -- for a gift unbroken.(108)

So be thou not in doubt concerning what these people serve. They serve only as their fathers served before. And We will surely pay them in full their share, undiminished.(109)

PART XII

And We had given Moses the Book, but differences were made in it. And had not a Word gone forth from thy Lord, it would have been decided between them. And they are in a disquieting doubt about it.(110)

And surely to everyone thy Lord will pay for their works in full; He is surely aware of what they do.(111)

So stand thou firm as thou art commanded, and should also those who have turned to God with thee, and exceed you not the bounds; He sees what you do.(112)

And do not incline to the wrong-doers, or the Fire shall touch you, and you have no protectors apart from God, then you shall not be helped.(113)

And perform the Prayer at the two ends of the day and early hours of the night; surely the good deeds drive away the evil deeds; that is a reminder for those who remember.(114)

And be thou patient, for God does not waste the wage of the good-doers.(115)

But why were not there among the generations before you, men of prudence, forbidding disorder in the land, except a few of them, whom We delivered; and the worng-doers followed the ease they were placed in, and became sinners.(116)

And thy Lord would not destroy the cities unjustly, when their people put things right. (117)

And if thy Lord willed, He would have made mankind a single community; but they cease not differing,(118)

except those on whom thy Lord has mercy; and for that He created them; and the Word of thy Lord is fulfilled: `I shall certainly fill the Hell with jinn and men all together.'(119)

And all that We relate to thee of the news of the Messengers is that thereby We strengthen thy heart; and in these there has come to thee the truth and an admonition and a reminder for the Believers.(120)

And say to the unbelievers, `act at your place, we are also acting;(121)

and wait, we are also waiting'.(122)

And to God belongs the unseen of the heavens and the earth, and to Him is returned the whole affair; so serve Him and trust in Him; thy Lord is not heedless of the things you do.(123)
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"Joseph"

(Revealed at Mecca, Verses 111)

In the name of Allah, The Merciful, The All-merciful



Alif Lam Ra (A.L.R.); these are the Signs of the Manifest Book.(1)

We have sent it down as an Arabic Reading (Qur'an) that you may have understanding.(2)

We narrate to thee the fairest of the narratives in that We have revealed to thee this Reading (Qur'an), though thou wast, before it, among the unaware.(3)

When Joseph said to his father, `O my father, I saw eleven stars and the sun and the moon __ I saw them prostrating themselves before me'.(4)

He said, `O my son, do not narrate thy vision to thy brothers, lest they devise against thee some guile; surely the Devil is an open enemy to man.(5)

And so will thy Lord choose thee, and teach thee the interpretation of tales, and perfect His blessing upon thee and upon the House of Jacob, as He perfected it before on thy fathers, Abraham and Isaac; surely thy Lord is Knowing, Wise'.(6)

Surely in Joseph and his brothers are Signs for the inquirers.(7)

When they said, `surely Joseph and his brother are dearer to our father than we, though we are a band; our father is surely in a clear error.(

Kill Joseph or cast him to some land, then your father's attention shall be exclusively yours, and, after him, you will be a righteous people.(9)

Said one of them, `do not kill Joseph, but, if you have to do, cast him into the bottom of the well; some caravan will pick him up'.(10)

They said, `O our father, what ails thee that thou dost not trust us with Joseph, when we are surely his well-wishers.(11)

Send him with us tomorrow, that he may eat and drink and play, and we shall surely be guarding him'.(12)

He said, `it grieves me that you should take him, and I fear that the wolf may not eat him, while you are heedless of him'.(13)

They said, `if the wolf eats him when we are a band, then we are surely losers!'(14)

So when they took him with them they agreed to put him in the bottom of the well; and We revealed to him `thou shalt tell them of this affair of theirs when they do not perceive'.(15)

And in the evening they came to their father weeping.(16)

They said, `O our father, we went racing, and left Joseph with our goods, and the wolf ate him; but thou wouldst never believe us, even though we were truthful'.(17)

And they came with false blood on his shirt. He said, `no, your souls have contrived a thing for you; but sweet patience; and it is God whose aid is to be sought against what you describe'.(1

And there came a caravan, and they sent their waterman, and he let down his bucket. He said, `good news! Here is a youth'. And they hid him as merchandise; and God knew what they were doing.(19)

And they sold him for a petty price __ some counted dirhams; and they were indifferent in his case.(20)

And he who bought him in Egypt said to his wife, `give him a respectable lodging; it may be that he profits us or we take him for a son'. And thus We established Joseph in the land, and that We might teach him the interpretation of tales. And God prevails in His Affair, though most men know not.(21)

And when he reached his mature age, We gave him judgement and knowledge; and so We recompense the good-doers.(22)

And she, in whose house he was, solicited him and closed the doors, and said, `come on'. He said, `God be my refuge; my Lord has given me a handsome lodging; surely the wrong-doers do not prosper'.(23)

And she besought him, and he would have besought her, if he had not seen a proof of his Lord; so it was, that We might turn away from him evil and lewdness; surely he was one of Our exclusive servants.(24)

And they raced to the door, and she tore his shirt from behind, and they found her husband at the door. She said, `what is the recompense of him who intended evil with thy family, except that he should be given imprisonment or a painful punishment'.(25)
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Said he, `it was she who besought me'. And a witness from her family bore witness, `if his shirt has been torn from before, she has spoken the truth, and he is of the liars.(26)

But if his shirt has been torn from behind, then she has told a lie, and he is of the truthful'.(27)

So when he saw his shirt torn from behind, he said, `that is a device of you women; surely your device is great'__(2

`O Joseph, turn away from this' __ `and thou, (O woman), ask forgiveness for thy sin; thou wast the one at fault'.(29)

And women of the city said, `the governor's wife solicits her page; he has captured her heart with love; we surely see her in a clear error'.(30)

So when she heard their sly whispers, she sent for them and made ready for them a banquet, and gave to each one of them a knife, and said, `come out before them'. When they saw him, they were impressed by him and cut their hands and said, `God save us, this is no mortal, this is but a noble angel'.(31)

She said, `this is the one for whom you blamed me; and of course I did solicit him, and he abstained. Yet if he will not do what I bid him, he shall be imprisoned and be one of the humbled'.(32)

He said, `my Lord, prison is dearer to me than that they call me to; and if Thou dost not turn away their guile from me, I shall yearn towards them, and be among the ignorant'.(33)

So his Lord answered him, and turned away their guile from him; surely He is the Hearing the Knowing'.(34)

Then it occurred to them, after they had seen the Signs, that they must imprison him for a time.(35)

And two youths entered the prison with him. One of them said, `I saw myself pressing the wine'. And the other said, `I saw myself carrying on my head bread which the birds were eating of; tell us the interpretation thereof; we see thee among the good-doers'.(36)

He said, `the food that you are provided shall not come to you, but I shall tell you its interpretation before it comes to you; that is of the knowledge that God has given me; I have forsaken the creed of a people who do not believe in God and who disbelieve in the Hereafter.(37)

And I follow the creed of my fathers, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob; it is not ours to associate anything with God; that is of God's bounty to us and to mankind, but most men do not give thanks.(3

O my two companions of the prison, are many lords at variance better or One Omnipotent God?(39)

That you serve apart from Him are nothing but names that you and your fathers have named, for which God has not sent down any authority; Judgement belongs only to God; He has commanded that you will serve none but Him; that is the standing religion but most men do not know.(40)

O my two companions of the prison, as for one of you, he shall pour wine for his lord; and as for the other, he shall be crucified and birds will eat of his head; the matter about which you enquire has been decided'.(41)

And he said to one of them, whom he thought would be saved, `mention me to thy lord!' But the Devil made him to forget to mention to his lord. So he remained in the prison for certain years.(42)

And the king said, `I saw seven fat cows, which seven lean ones were eating, and seven green ears of corn and others dry. O chiefs, pronounce to me on my dream, if you can expound the dream'.(43)

They said, `hotchpotch of nightmares and we are not the ones to know the interpretation of nightmares'.(44)

And one of them who was saved, and now remembered after all that time, said, `I will tell you its interpretation; send me'. __(45)

`Joseph, O truthful man, pronounce to us regarding seven fat cows whom seven lean ones were eating, and seven green ears of corn and others dry, that I return to people and they may know'.(46)

He said, `you shall sow for seven years as usual; then what you reap, leave it in its ear except a little, whereof you eat.(47)

Then there will come after that, seven hard years which will eat away what you have advanced for them, except a little of that you stored.(4

Then, after that, there shall come a year in which it will rain for men, and in which they will press (grapes)'.(49)

And the King said, `bring him to me.' So when the messenger came to him, he said, `return to thy lord, and ask him, how are the women who cut their hands? My Lord knows their guile'.(50)
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PostSubject: Re: The Qur'an - Full Text In English   Wed Jul 02, 2008 8:09 am

He said, `what was your business, (O women), when you solicited Joseph?' They said, `God save us, we know no evil on his part'. The Governmor's wife said, `now the reality is discovered; I solicited him, and he is surely of the truthful'.(51)

(Joseph said) `That (I did), so that he may know that I did not betray him in his absence, and that God does not guide the guile of the treacherous'.(52)

Yet I do not acquit myself; surely the soul incites to evil, except in as much as my Lord has mercy; my Lord is Forgiving, Merciful'(53)

The king said, `bring him to me; I would exclusively have him for myself.' Then when he had spoken with him, he said, `today thou art established with us and in our trust.'(54)

He said, `appoint me over the treasures of the land; I am a guardian, possessed with knowledge.'(55)

And so We established Joseph in the land to dwell in it wherever he would. We bestow Our mercy on whom We will, and We do not waste the wage of the good-doers.(56)

And surely the wage of the Hereafter is better for those who believe and guard against evil.(57)

And Joseph's brothers came and entered to him, and he recognised them but they remained unaware of him.(5

And when he had equipped them with their goods, he said, `bring me your brother from your father; do you not see that I fill up the measure, and I am the best of hosts.(59)

But if you do not bring him, then you shall have no measure with me, nor shall you come near me'.(60)

They said, `we will solicit his father to get him, and we will surely be doing it'.(61)

And he said to his pages, `put their money in their packs, that they may recognise it, when they go back to their family; may be they return'.(62)

So when they went back to their father, they said, `father, the measure has been denied to us, so send our brother with us that we may have the measure, and we will surely be guarding him.'(63)

He said, `shall I entrust him to you as I entrusted his brother before? But God is the best guardian, and He is the most merciful of the merciful.'(64)

And when they opened up their goods they found their money returned to them. They said, `father, what else do we seek? Here is our money returned to us. Now we shall get provision for our family, and guard our brother, and have an extra measure of a camel-load'.(65)

He said, `I will never send him with you, until you give me a solemn pledge by God that you will surely bring him to me, unless you are surrounded'. So when they had given him their solemn pledge, he said, `God shall take care of what we say'.(66)

And he said, `O my sons, do not enter by the same gate, but enter by different gates; yet I cannot avail you against God in the least; judgement belongs only to God; in Him I put my trust and in Him let the trustful put their trust.'(67)

And when they entered wherefrom their father had enjoined them, it availed them not against Cod in the least, except that it was a craving in Jacob's soul which he satisfied And he was surely a man of knowledge as We had taught him, but most men have no knowledge.(6

And when they entered to Joseph, he gave his brother a seat with him and said, `I am thy brother; so do not feel sorrow on what they have been doing'.(69)

Then when he had equipped them with their goods he put the drinking cup in his brother's pack; and then a herald called out, `O caravan, you are surely thieves'.(70)

They said, turning to them, `what are you looking for?'(71)

They said, `we are looking for the king's cup, and whoso brings it shall have a camel's load and I guarantee it.'(72)

They said, `by God, you know we did not come to cause disorder in the land, and we are not thieves'.(73)

They said, `then what shall be his recompense, if you were liars?'(74)

They said, `the recompense of him in whose pack it is found, shall be that he himself shall be the recompense; thus we recompense the wrong-doers.'(75)
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PostSubject: Re: The Qur'an - Full Text In English   Wed Jul 02, 2008 8:09 am

Then he made beginning with their packs, before his brother's pack, and then brought it out of his brother's pack. Thus We contrived for Joseph. He could not have taken his brother according to King's law, unless God so willed. We raise in rank whom We will; and over every man of knowledge is one knowing more.(76)

They said, `if he steals, his brother also stole before.' And Joseph hid it to himself, and did not disclose it to them; he said, `you are the worst-placed, and God knows best what you describe.'(77)

They said, `Governor, he has an aged old father, so take one of us in his place; we see thee of the good-doers.'(7

He said, `God forbid that we should take any except the one with whom we found our goods; we shall then be wrong-doers'.(79)

So when they despaired of him, they conferred in private. The eldest of them said, `do you not know that your father has taken a solemn pledge by God from you, and how you failed regarding Joseph before. Now I will not leave the land until my father gives me leave, or God judges for me; and He is the Best of judges.(80)

Return to your father and say, `father, thy son stole, and we only testified what we knew, and we were no guardians of the unseen.(81)

And enquire of the city where we were, and the caravan in which we approached, and we are surely truthful.'(82)

He said, `no, but your souls have contrived a thing for you; but sweet patience. May be God will bring them all to me; He is the Knowing, the Wise.'(83)

And he turned away from them, and said, `alas for Joseph'. And his eyes turned white because of grief, and he was choked.(84)

They said, `by God, thou wilt not cease remembering Joseph, until thou art consumed, or among the perished.'(85)

He said, `I make complaint of my anguish and grief only to God, and I know better from God what you know not.(86)

O my sons, go and search for Joseph and his brother, and do not despair of God's comfort; None despairs of God's comfort excepting the disbelieving people.' (87)

So when they entered to him, they said, `Governor, distress has afflicted us and our family, and We have come with a little money, yet fill up the measure for us, and be charitable to us; surely God recompenses the charitable'.(8

He said, `do you know what you did with Joseph and his brother when you were ignorant?'(89)

They said, `art thou in fact Joseph?' He said, `I am Joseph, and this is my brother; God has shown favour to us; and whoso fears God and shows patience, surely God does not waste the wage of the good-doers.'(90)

They said, `by God, God has preferred thee over us, and we were indeed at fault.'(91)

He said, `no reproach shall be on you this day; may God forgive you, and He is the Most merciful of the merciful.(92)

Go with this shirt of mine, and cast it on my father's face, he will be one seeing; and bring me your family all together.'(93)

And when the caravan departed, their father said, `surely I perceive Joseph's scent, unless you think me doting.'(94)

They said, `by God, thou art certainly in thy old error'.(95)

And when the bearer of the good news came and cast it on his face, he was seeing once again. He said, `did I not say to you that I know from God what you know not?'(96)

They said, `father, pray forgiveness of our sins, for indeed we were at fault'.(97)

He said, `I will pray to my Lord to forgive you; surely He is the Forgiving, the Merciful'.( 9

So when they entered to Joseph, he made his parents to sit with him, and said, `enter Egypt, if God will, in security'.(99)

And he raised his parents to the throne, and they fell down prostrate before him. And he said, `father, this is the interpretation of my dream of old; my Lord has made it true; and He was good to me when he took me out of the prison, and brought you from the desert, after the Devil had set strife between me and my brothers; my Lord is gracious to what He will; surely He is the Knowing, the Wise'. __ (100)
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PostSubject: Re: The Qur'an - Full Text In English   Wed Jul 02, 2008 8:10 am

`My Lord Thou hast given me a share in the kingdom and taught me interpretation of the events; O Originator of the heavens and the earth, Thou art my protector in this world and Hereafter; take me to Thee in a state of Submission, and join me with the righteous'.(101)

This is of the news of the unseen that We reveal to thee, and thou wast not with them when they, while devising (plan), agreed on their affair'.(102)

Yet, however eager thou mayest be, most of the men will not believe.(103)

And thou dost not ask of them any wage. It is naught but a Reminder for all people.(104)

And how many a Sign there is in the heavens and the earth that they pass by, turning away from it.(105)

And most of them do not believe in God without making associates to Him.(106)

But do they feel secure that an enveloping punishment of God shall not come upon them, or the Hour shall not come upon them suddenly, when they perceive not?(107)

Say, `this is my way: I call to God on evidence __I and those who follow me __ and God is Holy, and I am not of the idolaters'.(108)

And We did not send before thee any but men from the people of the cities, to whom We revealed (our Message). Have they not journeyed in the land and seen how was the end of those before them? And surely the House of the Hereafter shall be better for the godfearing; will you not understand;(109)

Till, when the Messengers despair and think that they are taken liars, Our help comes to them, and whomso We will is saved. But Our violence is not averted from the people of the sinners.(110)

Surely, in their narratives is a lesson to men of understanding. It is not a forged story, but a confirmation of what was before it, and an exposition of all things, and a guidance and a mercy to a people who believe.(111)
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PostSubject: Re: The Qur'an - Full Text In English   Wed Jul 02, 2008 8:11 am

IBRAHIM (14)

"Abraham"

(Revealed at Mecca,Verses 52)

In the name of Allah, The Merciful, The All-merciful



Alif Lam Ra (A.L.R.); a Book We have sent down to thee that thou mayest bring forth mankind from darkness to light, by their Lord's leave, to the path of the Mighty, the Praiseworthy,(1)

God, to whom belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is in the earth. And woe to the unbelievers for a terrible punishment,(2)

those who prefer the present life over the Hereafter, and bar from God's way and seek to make it crooked; those are astray far way.(3)

And We have sent no Messenger but in the language of his people, that he may make all clear to them; then God sends astray whom He will, and guides whom He will; and He is the Mighty, the Wise.(4)

And We sent Moses with Our Signs: `bring forth thy people from darkness to light, and remind them of the Days of God'. In that are surely Signs for every steadfast, thankful person.(5)

And when Moses said to his people, `remember God's blessing upon you, when He delivered you from Pharaoh's folk who were afflicting you with evil punishment, slaughtering your sons and leaving your women alive __ and in that was a big trial from your Lord'.(6)

And when your Lord proclaimed, `if you give thanks, I will increase for you, and if you are thankless, My punishment is surely terrible'.(7)

And Moses said, `if you are thankless, you and whoso is on earth, God is All-sufficient, Praiseworthy.'(

Has there not come to you the news of those before you __ the people of Noah, Ad, Thamood, and those after them, whom none knows now but God? Their Messengers came to them with clear Signs, but they thrust their hands in their mouths, and said, `we disbelieve in the Message you have been sent with, and we are surely in a disquieting doubt concerning that you call us to'.(9)

Their Messengers said, `is there a doubt regarding God, the Originator of the heavens and the earth? He calls you to forgive you your sins, and defer you to a stated term.' They said, `you are nothing but mortals like us; you desire to bar us from that our fathers used to serve; now bring us a clear authority'.(10)

Their Messengers said to them, `we are only mortals like you, but God bestows favours on whom He will of His servants; and it is not ours to bring you an authority, except by the leave of God; and in God let the Believers put their trust.(11)

And why should we not trust in God when He has shown us our ways? And we will surely bear patiently the hurt you give us; and in God let the trustful put their trust.'(12)

And the unbelievers said to their Messengers, `we will certainly expel you from our land, or you will return into our creed'. Then their Lord revealed to them: `We will surely destroy the wrong-doers;(13)

and We will surely settle you in the land after them; that is for him who fears My station and fears My threat'.(14)

And they sought decision, and every obstinate potentate was disappointed __(15)

beyond him is Hell, and he will be given to drink stinking water,(16)

which he will gulp little by little and will hardly swallow, and death will come upon him from every quarter and he will not die; and still beyond him will be a harsh punishment.(17)

The likeness of those who disbelieve in their Lord __ their works are as ashes on which, on a stormy day, the wind blows violently; they hold no power over what they have earned; that indeed is the straying far away.(1

Hast thou not seen that God has created the heavens and the earth with truth? If He will, He will take you away and bring a new creation;(19)

and that is no difficult matter for God.(20)

And they shall appear before God all together, and the weak will say to those who showed arrogance, `we were your followers; now will you somewhat avail us against God's punishment?' They will say, `had God guided us, we would have guided you too; it is equal for us now whether we be impatient or endure it; we have no place to escape'.(21)

And the Devil, when the matter is decided, will say, `God gave you the true promise, and I promised you, then I failed you; and I had no authority over you, but that I called you and you responded to me; now do not blame me but blame yourselves; I cannot come to your help, nor can you come to my help; I deny that you associated me (with God) before.' Surely the wrong-doers will receive a painful punishment.(22)

And those who believed and did righteous deeds shall be admitted, by their Lord's leave, to gardens underneath which rivers flow, to dwell therein forever; their greeting therein will be: `peace'. (23)

Hast thou not seen how God has struck a similitude? A good word is like a good tree whose roots are firm and branches are in the heaven;(24)

it gives its fruit every season, by the leave of its Lord; and God strikes similitudes for mankind that they may pay heed.(25)
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PostSubject: Re: The Qur'an - Full Text In English   Wed Jul 02, 2008 8:12 am

And the likeness of a corrupt word is like a corrupt tree, uprooted from the earth, having no stability.(26)

God confirms the Believers with the firm word in this life and in the Hereafter; and God sends the wrong-doers astray; and God does what He will.(27)

Hast thou not seen those who changed the blessing of God by unbelief and carried their people to the House of Ruin __ (2

the Hell, in which they shall burn; and it is an evil resting place!(29)

And they have set up compeers to God, to lead (people) astray from His way. Say, `enjoy, surely your destination is the Fire!'(30)

Say to My servants who have believed to establish the Prayer, and expend of what We have provided them, secretly and publicly, before there comes the Day wherein there shall be neither trading nor befriending. (31)

God is He who created the heavens and the earth, and sent down from the heaven water, wherewith He brought forth fruits for your provision; and He subjected to you the ships that run on the sea at His command, and He subjected to you the rivers;(32)

and He subjected to you the sun and the moon, (going) constant on their courses; and He subjected to you the night and the day;(33)

and He gave you everything that you asked of Him; and if you count God's blessings, you cannot number them; surely man is a big wrong-doer, very thankless.(34)

And when Abraham said, `my Lord, make this land secure, and save me and my sons from serving idols;(35)

my Lord, they have led many men astray; now whoso follows me belongs to me; and whoso disobeys me, then Thou art Forgiving, Merciful.(36)

Our Lord, I have settled some of my offspring in an uncultivatable valley by Thy Sacred House, our Lord, that they may establish the Prayer; so make hearts of men yearn towards them and provide them with fruits, that they may give thanks.(37)

Our Lord, Thou knowest what we hide and what we make public; and nothing in the earth, or in the heaven, is hidden from God.(3

Praise be to God, who has given me, despite old age, Ishmael and Isaac; surely my Lord hears the prayer.(39)

My Lord, make me and my offspring to establish the Prayer, and our Lord, accept my prayer. (40)

Our Lord, forgive me and my parents and the Believers on the Day when the reckoning shall be made'.(41)

And think not that God is heedless of what the wrong-doers do; He is only deferring them to a Day when eyes shall stare,(42)

when they will be rushing with outstretched necks and uplifted heads, their glances not returning to themselves, and their hearts empty.(43)

And warn mankind of the Day, when the punishment comes on them and the wrong-doers say, `our Lord, defer us to a near term, and we will answer Thy call, and follow the Messengers' __`But did you not swear before, that you will suffer no decline44)

and you dwelt in the dwellings of those who wronged themselves, and it was clear to you how We dealt with them; and We struck examples for you'.(45)

But they worked their plan, and their plan was before God; and their plan was such as would move the mountains.(46)

So do not think that God will fail His promise given to His Messengers; God is Mighty, Vengeful.(47)

On the Day, the earth will be changed to other than the earth, and also the heavens, and people will appear before God, the One, the Omnipotent.(4

And thou wilt see the sinners that day, bound together in chains;(49)

their shirts of pitch, and the Fire covering their faces;(50)
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that God may recompense every soul for what it earned; surely God is swift at the reckoning.(51)

This is a Message for mankind, that they may be warned by it, and that they may know that He is only One God, and that the men of understanding may pay heed.(52)
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PostSubject: Re: The Qur'an - Full Text In English   Wed Jul 02, 2008 8:14 am

AL-HIJR (15)

"Al-Hijr"

(Revealed at Mecca, Verses 99)

In the name of Allah, The Merciful, The All-merciful



Alif Lam Ra (A.L.R.) __ these are the Signs of the Book and of a Clear Reading (Qur'an).(1)

The unbelievers will sometime wish that they had surrendered.(2)

Leave them to eat and enjoy and let their hopes delude them, for they will soon know!(3)

And whatever city We destroyed, there was a known decree for it.(4)

No community precedes its term, nor does it put it back.(5)

And they say, `thou, on whom the Admonition is sent down, thou art surely mad.(6)

Why dost thou not bring us the angels, if thou art of the truthful?'(7)

We send not down the angels but with truth, and then they are not respited.(

It is We who have sent down the Admonition, and We are surely its guardians.(9)

And indeed We sent Messengers before thee among the ancient sects.(10)

And no Messenger came to them but they mocked at him.(11)

Even so We cause it to enter into the hearts of the sinners __ (12)

they do not believe in it, and the tradition of the ancients is already gone.(13)

And even if We opened to them a gate in the heaven, and they kept ascending through it,(14)

they would surely say, `only our eyes have been dazzled; no, we are a bewitched people'.(15)

And We have set constellations in the heaven and adorned them for the beholders,(16)

and We have guarded it from every outcast devil,(17)

except him who listens by stealth then a visible flame follows him.(1

And the earth, We have spread it out, and cast therein firm mountains, and caused to grow therein everything duly weighed.(19)

And We have made therein livelihood for you and for those you provide not.(20)

There is not a thing but We have its treasures, yet We send it down only in a known measure.(21)

And We loose fertilising winds, then send down water from heaven, then give it to you to drink; and you are no treasurers of it.(22)

And it is We who give life and make to die, and We are the inheritors.(23)

And We know those of you who have gone before, and We know those who lag behind.(24)

And it is thy Lord who shall muster them; surely He is Wise, Knowing.(25)
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PostSubject: Re: The Qur'an - Full Text In English   Wed Jul 02, 2008 8:15 am

And surely We created man from dried clay of moulded mud;(26)

and the jinn, we created before, of flaming fire.(27)

And when thy Lord said to the angels, `I am making a mortal from dried clay of moulded mud,(2

so when I have shaped him and breathed in him of My Spirit, fall you down to him prostrating.'(29)

And the angels prostrated themselves, all of them, all together,(30)

except Iblis; he refused to be with those prostrating.(31)

God said, `O Iblis, what ails thee that thou art not among those prostrating?'(32)

He said, `I would never prostrate myself before a mortal whom Thou hast created from dried clay of moulded mud.'(33)

God said, `get thou out from here; thou art an outcast,(34)

and upon thee shall rest the curse till the Day of Recompense'.(35)

He said, `my Lord, respite me till the Day they will be raised.'(36)

God said, `thou art among those that are respited,(37)

till the Day of the Known Time!'(3

He said, `my Lord, as Thou hast perverted me, I will make for them adornments in the earth, and will pervert them all together,(39)

excepting Thy sincere servants among them.'(40)

God said, `this is a straight path leading to me.(41)

Over My servants, thou shalt have no authority, excepting such perverts as follow thee.(42)

And Hell is the promised land of all of them. (43)

It has seven gates; for every gate shall be a set portion of them.'(44)

Surely the godfearing shall be amidst gardens and fountains: (45)

`enter them in peace and security'.(46)

And We shall draw out whatever rancour is there in their breasts; as brothers they will be sitting face to face on couches.(47)

Fatigue shall not touch them there, nor shall they be expelled from there.(4

Tell My servants that I am the Forgiving, the Merciful,(49)

and that My punishment is the painful punishment.(50)
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PostSubject: Re: The Qur'an - Full Text In English   Wed Jul 02, 2008 8:17 am

And tell them of the guests of Abraham.(51)

When they entered to him, they said, `Peace'. He said, `we are afraid of you.'(52)

They said, `be not afraid; we give thee good news of a boy possessing knowledge!'(53)

He said, `do you give me good news when old age has come upon me? Of what do you give me good news?' (54)

They said, `We give thee good news with truth, so be not among those that despair'.(55)

He said, `and who despairs of his Lord's mercy excepting the astray?'(56)

He said, `and what is your business, O envoys?'(57)

They said, `we have been sent to a people of sinners,(5

except the people of Lot. We shall deliver them all,(59)

except his wife; we have estimated that she shall be among those who stay behind'. (60)

So when the Envoys came to the people of Lot,(61)

he said, `you are a people unknown.'(62)

They said, `no, we have brought thee what they were doubting;(63)

and we have come to thee with the truth, and we are surely truthful.(64)

So set thou forth with thy family during a part of the night, and follow in their rear, and let none of you turn round, and proceed wither you are commanded'.(65)

And We informed him of that task __ that the root of these people shall be cut off by morning.(66)

And the people of the city came rejoicing.(67)

He said, `these are my guests, so do not put me to shame,(6

and fear God, and do not disgrace me'.(69)

They said, `did we not forbid thee of people?'(70)

He said, `here are my daughters, if you must do'.(71)

By thy life, they wandered blindly in their intoxication.(72)

And the Cry seized them by sunrise,(73)

and We turned it (the town) upside down, and rained on them stones of baked clay.(74)

Surely in that are Signs for the observant.(75)

And surely it lies on an existing way.(76)

In that is surely a Sign for the Believers.(77)

And surely the people of the Wood were wrong-doers;(7

so We took vengeance upon them; and the two (towns) are on an open road.(79)

And the people of Al-Hijr gave lies to the Envoys;(80)

and We brought them Our Signs, but they turned away from them.(81)

And they used to hew out houses from the mountains, dwelling there, in security.(82)

Then the Cry seized them by morning,(83)

and what they had earned did not avail them.(84)

And We created not the heavens and the earth and what is between them but with truth; and the Hour is sure to come; so overlook thou with grace.(85)

Surely thy Lord, He is the All-creator, the Knowing.(86)

And We have given thee seven of the oft-repeated Verses and the Grand Qur'an.(87)

Stretch not thy eyes to that We have given to some groups of theirs to enjoy, and grieve not for them; and keep thy wing low to the Believers.(8

And say, `surely I am the clear warner.'(89)

As We have sent down to those who have divided,(90)

those who have broken the Qur'an into segments.(91)

So, by thy Lord, We will surely question them all,(92)

concerning that they were doing.(93)

So declare openly what thou art commanded, and turn thou away from the idolaters.(94)

We shall suffice thee against the mockers,(95)

those who set up with God another god; they will soon know'.(96)

And We know indeed that thy breast is straitened by what they say;(97)

but celebrate thy Lord's praise, and be among those who prostrate;(9

and serve thy Lord, until the Certain comes to thee.(99)
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