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The Believers (Al-Muminûn)

In the name of Allah, Gracious, Merciful.

1The Believers must win through.1

2Those who humble themselves in their prayers.

3And who avoid vain talk.

4And who are active in deeds of charity.

5And who abstain from sex2

6Except with those joined to them in the marriage bond or whom their right hands possess for they are free from blame3

7But those whose desires exceed those limits are transgressors.

8And those who faithfully observe their trust and their covenants.

Bismillahi Rahmani Rahim

1Qadu afulahal muminun.

2Allazinahum fi sualatihim hasiuna.

3Wa lazinahum anni laguwi muuridduna.

4Wa lazinahum li zakati failuna.

5Wa lazinahum lifurujihim hafizuna.

6Illa alla azuwajihim au ma malakatu aimanuhum fa innahum gairu malumina.

7Faman ibutaga wara a zalika fa ulaika humu luaduna.

8Wa lazinahum li amanatihim wa ahudihim rauna.

1. In other words, the believers will be successful; a sort of Psalm One in the Qur’anic terms.

2. Allah is not against sex per se, rather the abuse of sex. It must be within the bonds of marriage, regardless of how many wives one may have. Age also is irrelevant, the only provision is that she is traditionally your wife. Muhammad married a six (some say seven) year old girl and consumed the marriage when she was nine. Aisha, daughter of Abu‑Bakr was a beautiful little girl. Muhammad married her when he was fifty three years old and she was only six years old. He had intercourse with her when she was nine years old. (Wives of the Prophet, pages 57‑61, Al‑Raheeq Al‑Makhtum, page 146). This is a gross case of child abuse by the prophet of Islam. Islam does not emphasize monogamy; rather it commends equal affection and treatment to all (Qur’an 4:1‑4).

3. It is perfectly acceptable in Islam for one to own slaves, be they prisoners of war or otherwise owned, with such, one is allowed sexual intercourse because they are ones possessions.

9And who guard their prayers.

10Those will be the heirs.

11Who will inherit paradise: they will dwell therein forever.

12And man We did create from a quintessence of clay.

13Then We placed him as sperm in a place of rest firmly fixed.

14Then We made the sperm into a clot of congealed blood; then of that clot We made a lump; then We made out of that lump bones and clothed the bones with flesh; then We developed out of it another creature: so blessed be Allah the best to create!

15After that at length you will die.

16Again on the day of judgment will you be raised up.

9Wa lazinahum alla salawatihim yuhafittuna.

10Ulaika humul warisuna.

11Allazina yarisunal firudausa humu fiha khalidun.

12Wa laqadu halaqunal insana min sulalatin min ttinin.

13Summa jaalunahu nutufaran fi qararin makinin.

14Summa khalaquna nuttufata alaqatan fakhalaquna lualaqata muddugatan fakhalaqunal muddugata izaman fa kasaunal izama lahuma summa anusanahu khaluqan akhar fatabaraka lahu ahusanul haliqina.

15Summa innakum bada zalika lamayyituna.

16Summa innakum yaumal qiyamati tubasuna.

[Commentary continues below.]

17And We have made above you seven tracts; and We are never unmindful of Our creation.

18And We send down water from the sky according to measure and We cause it to soak in the soil; and We certainly are able to drain it off.

19With it We grow for you gardens of date palms and vines: in them have you abundant fruits: and of them you eat.

20And a tree springing out of Mount Sinai which produces oil and relish for those who use it for food.

21And in cattle you have an instructive example: from within their bodies We produce milk for you to drink; there are in them besides numerous other benefits for you; and of their meat you eat.

17Wa laqadu halaquna fauqakum saba tuaraiqa wa ma kunna annil haluqi gafilina.

18Wa anuzaluna mina samai maaan biqadarin fa asukanahu filarddi wa inna alla zahabin bihi laqadiruna.

19Fa anusana lakum bihi janatin min nakhilin wa anabulakum fiha fawakihu kasiratun wa minha takuluna.

20Wa shajaratan takhuruju min tturi sainaa tanubutu biduhuni wa ssibugin lil akilina.

21Wa inna lakum fil anami laiburatan nusuqikum mimma fi butuniha walakum fiha manafiu kasiratun wa minuha takuluna.

[Commentary continues below.]

22And on them as well as in ships you ride.

23And We sent Noah to his people: he said “O my people! worship Allah! You have no other god but Him: will you not fear Him?”

24The chiefs of the unbelievers among his people said: “He is no more than a man like yourselves: his wish is to assert his superiority over you: if Allah had wished He could have sent down angels,: never did we hear such a thing among our ancestors of old.”4

25And some said: “He is only a man possessed: wait with him for a time.”

26He said: “O my Lord! help me: for they accuse me of falsehood!”

22Wa alaiha wa allal fuluki tuhumaluna.

23Wa laqadu arusaluna Nuhan illa qaumihi faqala yaqaumi budullaha ma lakum min ilahin gairuhu afala tataquna.

24Faqalal mala ul lazina kafaru min qaumihi ma haza illa basharun misulukum yuridu an yatafaduala alaikum walau sa allahu la anuzala malaikatan ma samina bihaza fi abaina lulawalina.

25In huwa illa rajulum bihi jinatun fatarabassu bihi hatta hinin.

26Qala rabbi nusuruni bima kazabuna.

4. Noah’s story is doctored for the Muslim audience.

[Commentary continues below.]

27So We inspired him: “Construct the Ark within Our sight and under Our guidance: then when comes Our command and the fountains of the earth gush forth take on board pairs of every species, male and female, and your family, except those of them against whom the word has already gone forth: and address Me not in favor of the wrongdoers; for they shall be drowned.

28And when you have embarked on the Ark, you and those with you, say: “Praise be to Allah who has saved us from the people who do wrong.”

29And say: “O my Lord! enable me to disembark with Your blessing: for You are the best to enable us to disembark.”

30Verily, in this there are signs for men to understand; thus do We try men.

31Then We raised after them another generation.

27Fa auhaina ilaihi anni sunai fuluka biayunina wa wahuyina fa iza jaa amuruna wa fara tanuru fasuluku fiha min kullin zaujani sunaini wa ahulaka illa man sabaqa alaihil qaulu minhum wa la ttukhatibuni fi lazina tualamu inahum muguraquna.

28Fa iza sutawaita anta wa man maaka allal fuluki faqulil hamudu lillahil lazi najjana minal qaumi tualimin.

29Wa qulu rabbi anuziluni munuzalan mubarakan wa anta khairul munuzilina.

30Inna fi zalika la ayatin wa inkunna lamubutalina.

31Summa anusana min baadihim qarunan akharina.

[Commentary continues below.]

32And We sent to them an apostle from among themselves saying “Worship Allah! you have no other god but Him. Will you not fear Him?”

33And the chiefs of his people who disbelieved and denied the meeting in the hereafter and on whom We had bestowed the good things of this life said: “He is no more than a man like yourselves; he eats of that of which ye eat and drinks of what ye drink.

34“If ye obey a man like yourselves behold, it is certain you will be lost.

35“Does he promise that when you die and become dust and bones you shall be brought forth?

36“Far, very far is that which you are promised!

32Fa arusaluna fihim rasulan minhum ani ubudullaha ma lakum min ilahin gairuhu afala tattaquna.

33Wa qala lumalau min qaumihi lazina kafaru wa kazabu biliqa ilu akhirati wa aturafunahum fil hayati dunuya ma haza illa basharun misulukum yakulu min ma takuluna minhu wa yasurabu min ma tasurabuna.

34Wa lain atuautum basharan misulakum innakum izal lakhasiruna.

35Ayaidukum anakum iza mitumu wa kuntum turaban wa ituaman annakum mukhurajuna.

36Haihata haihata lima tuaduna.

[Commentary continues below.]

37“There is nothing but our life in this world! We shall die and we live! But we shall never be raised up again!

38“He is only a man who invents a lie against Allah but we are not the ones to believe in him!”

39He said: “O my Lord! help me: for that they accuse me of falsehood.”

40He said: “In but a little while they are sure to be sorry!”

41Then the blast overtook them with justice and We made them as rubbish of dead leaves! So away with the people who do wrong!

42Then We raised after them other generations.

43No people can hasten their term nor can they delay it.

37Inhiya illa hayatuna dunuya namutu wa nahuya wa ma nahunu bimabusina.

38In huwa illa rajulu nifutara allal lahi kaziban wa ma nahnu lahu bi muminina.

39Qala rabbi nussuruni bima kazabuni.

40Qala amma qalilin layussubinuna nadimiuna.

41Fa akhazatumu suaihatu bil haqqi fajaalunahum gusa a fabuudan lil qaumi tualimin.

42Summa anusana min baudihim qurunan akharina.

43Ma tasubiqu min umatin ajalaha wa ma yasutahiruna.

[Commentary continues below.]

44Then sent We Our apostles in succession: every time there came to a people their apostle they accused him of falsehood: so We made them follow each other: We made them as a tale: so away with a people that will not believe!

45Then We sent Moses and his brother Aaron with Our signs and authority manifest.5

46To Pharaoh and his chiefs: but these behaved insolently: they were arrogant people.

47They said: “Shall we believe in two men like ourselves? And their people are subject to us!”

48So they accused them of falsehood and they became of those who were destroyed.

49And We gave Moses the book in order that they might receive guidance.6

44Summa arusaluna rusulana tatura kullama jaa umatan rasuluha kazabuhu fa atubauna badahum badan wa jaaluna hum ahadiyusa fa buudan liqaumil la yuminuna.

45Summa arusaluna Musa wa akhahu Haruna bi ayatina wa sulutuanin mubinin.

46Illa Firauna wa mala ihi fasutakubaru wa kanu qauman alina.

47Faqalu anuminu libasaraini misulina wa qaumuhuma lana abiduna.

48Fakazabuhuma fakanu minal muhulakina.

49Wa laqadu ataina Musa alkitaba laallahum yahutaduna.

5. The people of Nineveh delayed the punishment of God when they repented at the preaching of Jonah 3:10:

Then the word of the LORD came to Jonah the second time, saying, "Arise, go to Nineveh, that great city, and call out against it the message that I tell you."

So Jonah arose and went to Nineveh, according to the word of the LORD. Now Nineveh was an exceedingly great city, three days' journey in breadth. Jonah began to go into the city, going a day's journey. And he called out, "Yet forty days, and Nineveh shall be overthrown!"

And the people of Nineveh believed God. They called for a fast and put on sackcloth, from the greatest of them to the least of them. The word reached the king of Nineveh, and he arose from his throne, removed his robe, covered himself with sackcloth, and sat in ashes. And he issued a proclamation and published through Nineveh, "By the decree of the king and his nobles: Let neither man nor

beast, herd nor flock, taste anything. Let them not feed or drink water, but let man and beast be covered with sackcloth, and let them call out mightily to God. Let everyone turn from his evil way and from the violence that is in his hands. Who knows? God may turn and relent and turn from his fierce anger, so that we may not perish."

When God saw what they did, how they turned from their evil way, God relented of the disaster that he had said he would do to them, and he did not do it.

6. Moses was not given a Book, he was given two tablets of Law containing what we have come to accept as the “Decalogue” or “The Ten Commandments” (rough translation). He was given instruction to write some of the things, others are about his own and others interaction with God.

The LORD said to Moses, Cut for yourself two tablets of stone like the first, and I will write on the tablets the words that were on the first tablets, which you broke. (Exodus 34:1)

Quran 23:50: And We made the son of Mary and his mother as a Sign: We gave them both shelter on high ground affording rest and security and furnished with springs.

Then the priest shall write these curses in a book and wash them off into the water of bitterness.  (Numbers 5:23)

 And you shall write on them all the words of this law, when you cross over to enter the land that the LORD your God is giving you, a land flowing with milk and honey, as the LORD, the God of your fathers, has promised you. (Deuteronomy 27:3)

And you shall write on the stones all the words of this law very plainly. (Deuteronomy 27:8)

 "Now therefore write this song and teach it to the people of Israel. Put it in their mouths, that this song may be a witness for me against the people of Israel. (Deuteronomy 31:19)

So as you can see, God did not give Moses a Book, rather a number of orally transmitted laws for the Israelites.

50And We made the son of Mary and his mother as a sign: We gave them both shelter on high ground affording rest and security and furnished with springs.

51O apostles! enjoy all things good and pure, and work righteousness: for I am well acquainted with all that you do.

52And verily, this brotherhood of yours is a single brotherhood and I am your Lord: therefore fear Me.

53But people have cut off their affair between them into sects: each party rejoices in that which is with itself.

54But leave them in their confused ignorance for a time.

55Do they think that because We have granted them abundance of wealth and sons.

56We would hasten them on in every good? No, they do not understand.

50Wa jaaluna baina Maryama wa ummahu ayatanwa awainahuma illa rabuwatin zati qararin wa mainin.

51Ya ayyuha rasulu kulu mina tuaibati wa malu sualihan inni bima tamaluna alimun.

52Wa inna hazihi ummatukum ummatan wahidatan wa anna rabbukum fataquni.

53Faqatuau amurahum bainahum zubura kullu hizubin bima ladaihim farihuna.

54Fazaruhum fi gamuratihim hatta hinin.

55Ayahusabuna annama numiduhum bihi min malin wa banina.

56Nusariu lahum fil khairati balu la yashuruna.

[Commentary continues below.]

57Verily, those who live in awe for fear of their Lord.

58And those who believe in the signs of their Lord.

59And those who join not partners with their Lord.

60And those who dispense their charity with their hearts full of fear because they will return to their Lord.

61It is these who hasten in every good work and these who are foremost in them.

62On no soul do We place a burden greater than it can bear: before Us is a record which clearly shows the truth: they will never be wronged.7

63But their hearts are in confused ignorance of this; and there are besides that deeds of theirs which they will continue to do8

57Inna lazina hum min hasuyati rabbihim musufiquna.

58Wa lazina hum bi ayati rabbihim yuminuna.

59Wa lazinahum birabbihim la yushurikuna.

60Wa lazina yutuna ma ataun wa qulubuhum wajilatun annahum illa rabbihim rajiuna.

61Ulaika yusariuna fi lukhairati wa hum laha sabiquna.

62Wa la nukalifu nafusan illa wusaha wa ladaina kitabun yanutiqu bil haqqi wa hum la yuttulamun.

63Bal qulubuhum fi gamuratin min haza wa lahum amalun min duni zalika hum laha amiluna.

7. 1 Corinthians 10:13 said several centuries before the birth of Muhammad that

No temptation has overtaken you that is unusual for human beings. But God is faithful, and he will not allow you to be tempted beyond your strength. Instead, along with the temptation he will also provide a way out, so that you may be able to endure it.

Therefore Muhammad’s statement supports what God revealed to Paul.

8. Bible believing Christians are certain of this fact, they are not one bit confused as to the truth of the fact that God does not give us burdens we cannot bear, although at times it may seem so, yet, nevertheless God knows what we can and cannot bear.

[Commentary continues below.]

64Until when We seize in punishment those of them who received the good things of this world, behold they will groan in supplication!

65It will be said: “Groan not in supplication this day; for you shall certainly not be helped by Us.

66“My signs used to be rehearsed to you but you used to turn back on your heels.

67“In arrogance: talking nonsense about it like one telling fables by night.”9

68Do they not ponder over the Word or has anything come to them that did not come to their fathers of old?

69Or do they not recognize their apostle that they deny him?

70Or do they say “He is possessed”? Nay, he has brought them the truth but most of them hate the truth.

64Hata iza akhazuna muturafihim biluazabi iza hum yajuaruna.

65La tajarul yauma innakum minna la tunusuaruna.

66Qadu kanatu ayati tutula alaikum fakuntum alla aqabikum tanukissuna.

67Musutakubirina bihi samiran tahujuruna.

68Afalam yadabarul qaula am ja ahum ma lam yati aba ahumul awalina.

69Am lam yarifu rasulahum fahum lahu munukiruna.

70Am yaquluna bihi jinnatun bal ja ahum bil haqqi wa akusaruhum liluhaqqi karihuna.

9. The Qureish tribe are implied here, before Islam they were the custodians of the shrine (Ka’bah) in Meccah, when Islam gained power and took it over, they used to talk about it in the days when they were in charge of the Ka’bah. Though Yusuf Ali says that they passed the night in talk or in the recital of stories of romances, a favorite amusement of the Days of Ignorance. Their conversation apparently affected the Qur’an, because the Qur’an gave credence to all the Muslim claim and so it invariably came under attack.

[Commentary continues below.]

71And if the truth had been in accord with their desires, truly, the heavens and the earth and all beings therein would have been in confusion and corruption! No, We have sent them their admonition but they turn away from their admonition.

72Or is it that you ask them for some recompense? But the recompense of your Lord is best: He is the best of those who give sustenance.

73And verily, you call them to the straight way.

74And verily, those who believe not in the hereafter are deviating from that way.

75If We had mercy on them and removed the distress which is on them, they would obstinately persist in their transgression, wandering in distraction to and fro.

71Wa lawit tabaa luhaqqu ahuwa ahum lafasadati samawatu walarddu wa man fihina bal atainahum bizikurihim fahum an zikurihim muridduna.

72Am tasualuhum harujan fakharaju rabbika khairun wa huwa khairu raziqina.

73Wa innaka lataduuhum illa ssirattin musutaqimin.

74Wa inna lazina la yuminuna bil akhirati anni ssiratti lanakibuna.

75Wa lau rahimunahum wa kasafuna ma bihim min ddurin lalajuu fi tuguyanihim yamahuna.

[Commentary continues below.]

76And We inflicted punishment on them but they humbled not themselves to their Lord nor do they submissively entreat!

77Until We open on them a gate leading to a severe punishment: then Lo! they will be plunged in despair therein!

78And it is He who has created for you hearing, sight, feeling, and understanding: little thanks it is you give!

79And He has multiplied you through the earth and to Him shall you be gathered back.

80And it is He Who gives life and death and to Him the alternation of night and day: will you not then understand?

81On the contrary they say things similar to what the ancients said.

82They say: “What! when we die and become dust and bones could we really be raised up again?

76Wa laqadu akhazunahum bil azabi fama sutakanu lirabbihim wa ma yataduarauna.

77Hata iza fatahuna alaihim baban za azabin shadidin iza hum fihi mubulisuuna.

78Wa huwa lazi ansa a lakumu sama wal abusuara wal afu idah qalilan ma tashukuruna.

79Wa huwa lazi zara akum filarddi wa ilaihi tuhusaruna.

80Wa huwa lazi yuhuyi wa yumitu walahu khutilafu laili wa nahari afala tauqiluna.

81Bal qalu misula ma qala luawaluna.

82Qalu a iza mituna wa kunna turaban wa ituaman a inna lamabusuna.

[Commentary continues below.]

83“Such things have been promised to us and to our fathers before! They are nothing but tales of the ancients!”

84Say: “To whom belong the earth and all beings therein if you know?”

85They will say “To Allah!” Say: “Yet you will not receive admonition?”

86Say: “Who is the Lord of the seven heavens and the Lord of the throne Supreme?”

87They will say “to Allah.” Say: “Will you not then be filled with awe?”

88Say: “Who is it in whose hands is the governance of all things, who protects but is not protected if you know?”

89They will say “to Allah.” Say: “Then how are you deluded?”

90We have sent them the truth: but they indeed practice falsehood!

83Laqadu uiduna nahunu wa aba una haza min qabulu in haza illa asattirul awalina.

84Qulu limani larddu wa man fiha inkuntum talamuna.

85Sayaquuluna lillahi qulu afala tazakaruna.

86Qulu ma rabbu samawati sabi wa rabbul arusi luattimi.

87Sayaquluna lillahi qulu afala tataquna.

88Qulu man biyadihi malakutu kulli shaiin wa huwa yujiru wa la yujaru alaihi inkuntum talamuna.

89Sayaquluna lillahi qulu fa anna tusuharuna.

90Bal atainahum bil haqqi wa innahum lakazibuna.

[Commentary continues below.]

91No son did Allah beget nor is there any god along with Him: behold each god would have taken away what he had created and some would have lorded it over others! Glory to Allah, He is free from the things they attribute to Him!

92He knows what is hidden and what is open: too high is He for the partners they attribute to Him!

93Say: “O my Lord! if You will show me that which they are warned against.

94“Then O my Lord! put me not among the people who do wrong!”

95And We are certainly able to show you that against which they are warned.

96Repel evil with that which is best: We are well acquainted with the things they say.

97And say: “O my Lord! I seek refuge with You from the suggestions of the evil ones.

91Matakhaza lahu min waladin wa ma kana maahu min ilahin iza lazahaba kullu ilahin bima khalaqa wa laala badduhum alla baddin subuhana lahi amma yasifuna.

92Alimi lugaibi wa sahadati fataa la amma yushurikuna.

93Qulu rabbi ma turiyanni ma yuaduna.

94Rabbi fala tajaluni fil qaumi tualimina.

95Wa inna alla an nuriyaka ma naiduhum laqadiruna.

96Idufa bilati hiya ahusanu sayiatu nahunu alamu bima yassifuna.

97Wa qulu rabbi auzu bika minu hamazati shayatini.

[Commentary continues below.]

98“And I seek refuge with You, O my Lord! lest they should come near me.”

99Until when death comes to one of them he says: “O my Lord! send me back.

100“In order that I may work righteousness in the things I neglected.” “By no means! it is but a word he says, before them is a partition till the day they are raised up.

101Then when the trumpet is blown, there will be no more relationships between them that day nor will one ask after another!

102Then those whose balance is heavy, they will attain salvation:

103And those whose balance is light will be those who have lost their souls; in hell will they abide.10

98Wa auzu bika rabbi anyahudduruna.

99Hata izajaa ahada humul mautu qala rabbi rujiuni.

100Laalli amalu sualihan fima tarakutu kalla innaha kalimatun huwa qailuha wa min waraihim baruzahun ila yaumi yubasuna.

101Fa iza nufiha fissuri fala anusaba bainahum yauma izin wa la yatasa aluna.

102Faman saqulatu mawazinuhu fa ulaika humul mufulihuna.

103Wa man khafat mawazinuhu fa ulaika lazina khasiru anufusahum fi jahannama haliduna.

10. In Islam, salvation is based on many things including good works (102).

Sahih Al‑Bukhari Hadith 2.330 narrated by Abdullah:

“Allah’s Apostle said, “Anyone who dies worshiping others along with Allah will definitely enter the Fire.” I said, “Anyone who dies worshipping none along with Allah will definitely enter Paradise.”

Sahih Al‑Bukhari Hadith 9.519 narrated by Abu Huraira;

The Prophet said, “Whoever believes in Allah and His Apostle, offers prayers perfectly and fasts (the month of) Ramadan then it is incumbent upon Allah to admit him into Paradise... .

Fiqh‑us‑Sunnah 4.16:

“...the Messenger of Allah, peace be upon him, said: “He whose last words are ‘La ilaha illa‑Allah’ shall enter Paradise.”

Sahih Al‑Bukhari Hadith 9.541 narrated by Abu Huraira:

The Prophet said, “Paradise and Hell (Fire) quarreled in the presence of their Lord.

Paradise said, ‘O Lord! What is wrong with me that only the poor and humble people enter me?’ Hell (Fire) said, ‘I have been favored with the arrogant people.’ So Allah said to Paradise, ‘You are My Mercy,’ and said to Hell, ‘You are My Punishment which I inflict upon whom I wish, and I shall fill both of you. (The Prophet added, “As for Paradise, (it will be filled with good people) because Allah does not wrong any of His created things, and He creates for Hell (Fire) whomever He will, and they will be thrown into it, and it will say thrice, ‘Is there any more,’ till Allah (will put) His Foot over it and it will become full and its sides will come close to each other and it will say, ‘Qat! Qat! Qat! (Enough! Enough! Enough!)

Verse 103 speaks of annihilation of the unbelievers, though the Bible speaks of eternal punishment (Matthew 25:46).

104The fire will burn their faces and they will therein grin with their lips displaced.

105“Were not My signs rehearsed to you and you did but treat them as falsehoods?”

106They will say: “Our Lord! our misfortune overwhelmed us and we became a people astray!

107“Our Lord! bring us out of this: if ever we return then shall we be wrongdoers indeed!”

108He will say: “Be driven into it! and speak not to Me!

109“A part of My servants there was who used to pray `Our Lord! we believe; then do forgive us and have mercy upon us: for You are the best of those who show mercy!’

110“But you treated them with ridicule so much so that they made you forget My message while you were laughing at them!

104Talufahu wujuhahumun naru wa hum fiha kalihuna.

105Alam takunu ayati tutula alaikum fakunutum biha tukazibuna.

106Qalu rabbana galabatu alaina siquwatuna wa kunna qauman duallina.

107Rabbana akhurijuna minha fa in uduna fa inna tualimuna.

108Qala khusa u fiha wa la tukallimuni.

109Innahu kana fariqun min ibadi yaquluna rabbana aman na fagufiru lana waru hamuna wa anta khairu rahimina.

110Fatakhazutumuhum sikhuriyan hata anusaukum zikuri wa kuntum minhum taduahakuna.

 

111“I have rewarded them this day for their patience and constancy: they are indeed the ones that have achieved bliss.”

112He will say: “What number of years did you stay on earth?”

113They will say: “We stayed a day or part of a day: but ask those who keep account.”

114He will say: “You stayed not but a little if you had only known!

115“Did you then think that We had created you in jest and that you would not be brought back to Us.

116Therefore exalted be Allah the king the reality; there is no god but He, the Lord of the throne of honor!

111Inni jazaituhumul yauma bima suabaru annahum humu lufaizuna.

112Qala kamu labisutumu filarddi adadasinina.

113Qalu labisuna yauman au badua yaumin fasuali luaddina.

114Qala in labisutumu illa qalilan lau annakum kuntumu talamuna.

115Afahasibutum annama halaqunakum abasan wa annakum ilaina la turujauna.

116Fataala lahul maliku luhaqqa la ilaha illahuwa rabbul arushi lukarimi.

 

117And if anyone invokes besides Allah any other god he has no authority thereof; and his reckoning will be only with his Lord! And verily, the unbelievers will fail to win through!

118So say: “O my Lord! grant forgiveness and mercy! for You art the best of those who show mercy!”

117Wa ma yadu maallahi ilahan akhara la buruhana lahu bihi fa in nama hisabuhu inda rabbihi innahu la yufulihu lukafiruna.

118Wa qulu rabbi gufiru waruhamu wa anta khairu rahimina.

 

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