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Saturday, 22 December 2012

AL QURAN KARIM SURAH AN-NISA#4CERSES91To136.

91. Those who disbelieved and died as infidels, there shall never be accepted an earth full of gold from anyone of
them, though he offers it in ransom for himself. There is painful torment for them, and they shall have no
helpers.
92. You shall never attain good unlessyou spend your favourite things; and Allah knows whatever you spend.
93. All food was lawful to the children of Israel; save what Yaqoob had made unlawful for himself before the
Taurah wee sent down. Sayyou, bring the Taurat andread it if you are truthful?
94. Then after that, whose forges lie against Allah, those are the persons unjust.
95. Say you, 'Allah is true therefore follow the religion of Ibraham Who was separate from every falsehood, and
was not of the polytheists.
96. Verily, the first House among all marked for the worship o, the people is that which is in Mecca abounding in
blessing and a guide of all world.
97. Therein are clear sighs; the place where Ibraham stood and whosoever enters it, is in security. And for the
sake of Allah, the people is to perform pilgrimage to this House, who could find a way thither. And who denies,
then Allah is independent of entire world.
98. Say you, 'O people of Book! Why not you accept the signs of Allah whileyour works are before Allah.
99. Say you, 'O people of the Book! Why doyou hinder those who accepted the faith from the path of Allah,you
desire to crook it andyou areyourself witness thereof? And Allah is not unaware of your doings.
100. 'O believers! Ifyou obey some of the people of the Book, then they would render you infidels after your belief.
101. And how would you commit infidelity,(whereas) to you are recited the signs of Allah; and inyour midst has
come the Messenger of Allah? And he who sought the support of Allah has been directed to a straight path.
102. 'O believers!Fear Allah, as rightly He is to be feared, and do not die ever save as Muslims.
103. And hold fast, all together, by therope of Allah, and be not divided among themselves. And remember Allah's
favour uponyou. Remember when there was enmity among you, He joined your hearts together then, by His
grace, you became brothers together andyou were upon the brink of a pit ofFire, then Herescued you from
it; Thus Allah explains to you His signs; that haply you may act guidance.
104. And let there be such a group amongyou, that they may call towards goodness and command what is just and
forbid evil. And thevery same attained to their goals.
105. And be not like those who were divided(in sections) and disagreed among themselves, after this that bright
signs had come to them and for them there is mighty torment.
106. On the day when some faces shall be white, and some black. Then those whose faces: have been blackened,
(they will be told) 'didyou become infidels after accepting faith? Then now taste the torment, the recompense
ofyour infidelity.
107. And as for those, whose faces are whitened, they are under the mercy of Allah; they shall abide in it.
108. These are the signs of Allah that Werecite unto you correctly, and Allah intends not injustice to the people of
the worlds.
109. And to Allah belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is in the earth and unto Allah is thereturn of all
matters.
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110. You are the best among all those nations appeared unto mankind, you command! To good, and forbid evil, and
keep faith unto Allah. Had the people of the Book believed, then it was good for them. Some of them are
Muslims and most of them are infidels.
111. They will not harmyou save annoying; and if they fight withyou, they will turn their backs fromyou, then
again they will not be helped.
112. Ignominy has been pitched on them, wherever they are, they shill get no security save a rope from Allah and a
rope from men,(they may get protection). They became worthy of the wrath of Allah and on them destitution
have been pitched. This is because they used to reject the signs of Allah and slay the prophets unjustly. This is
because they were disobedient and transgressors.
113. All are not alike. Among the people of the Book some are those who standright,recite the signs of Allah in the
hours of night and prostrate.
114. They believe in Allah and theLast Day and command good and forbid evil andrun for good works, and they
arerighteous.
115. And those who will do good, their rights shall not be denied and Allahknows the God fearing.
116. Those who became infidels, their riches and children shall not avail them at all against Allah and they are the
men of hell and shall abide therein.
117. The example of that which they spend in the life of this world is like a wind in which there is intense cold; that
strikes the harvest of such a nation which wronged themselves, therefore it destroyed that, and Allah wronged
them not, but yes, they wrong unto their own souls.
118. 'O believers! Do not make strangers asyour confidants; they leave no stone unturned in harming you. They
yearn for what distresses you: Hostility appeared from their utterances and what they have concealed in their
breasts isyet greater. We have madeyou hear Our signs clearly, if you have wisdom.
119. Behold, it isyou who love them, and they loveyou not. Though you believe in all the Books. And when they
meet you, they say, 'we accepted faith', and when they are alone, then they bite their fingertips atyou out of
wrath. Say you, die in your passion' Allahknows well the thoughts of the hearts.
120. Anything good befall you it vexes them; and an evil be fallyou, then they are happy at it, and ifyou have
patience. And fear Allah, then their guile will not hurt you at all. Verily, their all doings are under the'
circumference of Allah.
121. Andremember O beloved! When you came out fromyour house in the morning, I am assigning to the Muslims
their positions for battle. And Allah is All-Hearing All -Knowing.
122. When two of your groups intended Cowardice, but Allah is their supporter, and upon Allah should the Muslims
rely.
123. Andverily, Allah did helpyou at Badr, whenyou were resourceless. So fear Allah that perhaps you may be
thankful.
124. When O beloved! You did say to Muslim 'Is it not enough for you that your Lord should assistyou by sending
down three thousand angels?
125. Yes, why not, ifyou have patience and fear God, and the infidels came upon you instantly, then your Lord will
send five thousand angels with marks foryour help.
126. And thisvictory Allah did not make, save for pleasingyou and so thatyour hearts might get rest with it, there
is no help except from Allah, the Dominant, the Wise.
127. In order that He might cut a portion of the infidels or abase them, so that they may go back dis-appointed.
128. This matter is not inyour hand, whether He shows His graciousness to them forrepent fence or torment them,
for they are unjust.
129. And to Allah belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is in the earth. He Forgives whomsoever and
torments whomsoever He pleases; and Allah isFor giving Merciful.
130. 'O believers! Devour not interest, doubled andredoubled; and fear Allah, in the hope that you may get
prosperity.
131. And Ward off theFire which is already prepared for the infidels.
132. Andremain obedient to Allah and Messenger, in the hope thatyou be shown mercy.
133. Andrun towards the forgiveness ofyourLord and to such a paradise whose width covers all heavens and earth
is already prepared for those who are pious.
134. Those who spend in the path of Allah in prosperity and adversity and whorestrain anger and who pardon men.
Andvirtuous people are dear to Allah.
135. And those who, when they have committed indecency or wronged their own souls, beg forgiveness for their
sins remembering Allah, and who forgives sins save Allah? And do not persist knowingly in what they have
done.
136. For such the recompense is their 'Lord's forgiveness and Gardens withrivers flowing underneath, they shall
Al-QuranEnglish Translation (Kanz-ul-Eeman)
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remain for ever therein, and what an excellent reward is for workers.
137. Some systems have already been experimented, beforeyou, then see, going through the earth, how was the
end of the beliers! (Who did deny)?
138. This is to state to people and to guide and is admonition to those who are pious.
139. And be not sluggish and neither be grieved,you are the very same who shall overcome if you have faith.
140. If any distress has come toyou, then they too have already received a similar distress. These are the days in
which we have fixed turns for the people and that is because Allah may make one to distinguish the believes
and may assign some ofyou the position of martyrs. And Allah91. Those who disbelieved and died as infidels, there shall never be accepted an earth full of gold from anyone of
them, though he offers it in ransom for himself. There is painful torment for them, and they shall have no
helpers.
92. You shall never attain good unlessyou spend your favourite things; and Allah knows whatever you spend.
93. All food was lawful to the children of Israel; save what Yaqoob had made unlawful for himself before the
Taurah wee sent down. Sayyou, bring the Taurat andread it if you are truthful?
94. Then after that, whose forges lie against Allah, those are the persons unjust.
95. Say you, 'Allah is true therefore follow the religion of Ibraham Who was separate from every falsehood, and
was not of the polytheists.
96. Verily, the first House among all marked for the worship o, the people is that which is in Mecca abounding in
blessing and a guide of all world.
97. Therein are clear sighs; the place where Ibraham stood and whosoever enters it, is in security. And for the
sake of Allah, the people is to perform pilgrimage to this House, who could find a way thither. And who denies,
then Allah is independent of entire world.
98. Say you, 'O people of Book! Why not you accept the signs of Allah whileyour works are before Allah.
99. Say you, 'O people of the Book! Why doyou hinder those who accepted the faith from the path of Allah,you
desire to crook it andyou areyourself witness thereof? And Allah is not unaware of your doings.
100. 'O believers! Ifyou obey some of the people of the Book, then they would render you infidels after your belief.
101. And how would you commit infidelity,(whereas) to you are recited the signs of Allah; and inyour midst has
come the Messenger of Allah? And he who sought the support of Allah has been directed to a straight path.
102. 'O believers!Fear Allah, as rightly He is to be feared, and do not die ever save as Muslims.
103. And hold fast, all together, by therope of Allah, and be not divided among themselves. And remember Allah's
favour uponyou. Remember when there was enmity among you, He joined your hearts together then, by His
grace, you became brothers together andyou were upon the brink of a pit ofFire, then Herescued you from
it; Thus Allah explains to you His signs; that haply you may act guidance.
104. And let there be such a group amongyou, that they may call towards goodness and command what is just and
forbid evil. And thevery same attained to their goals.
105. And be not like those who were divided(in sections) and disagreed among themselves, after this that bright
signs had come to them and for them there is mighty torment.
106. On the day when some faces shall be white, and some black. Then those whose faces: have been blackened,
(they will be told) 'didyou become infidels after accepting faith? Then now taste the torment, the recompense
ofyour infidelity.
107. And as for those, whose faces are whitened, they are under the mercy of Allah; they shall abide in it.
108. These are the signs of Allah that Werecite unto you correctly, and Allah intends not injustice to the people of
the worlds.
109. And to Allah belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is in the earth and unto Allah is thereturn of all
matters.
Al-QuranEnglish Translation (Kanz-ul-Eeman)
NooreMadinah Network - http://www.NooreMadinah.net
110. You are the best among all those nations appeared unto mankind, you command! To good, and forbid evil, and
keep faith unto Allah. Had the people of the Book believed, then it was good for them. Some of them are
Muslims and most of them are infidels.
111. They will not harmyou save annoying; and if they fight withyou, they will turn their backs fromyou, then
again they will not be helped.
112. Ignominy has been pitched on them, wherever they are, they shill get no security save a rope from Allah and a
rope from men,(they may get protection). They became worthy of the wrath of Allah and on them destitution
have been pitched. This is because they used to reject the signs of Allah and slay the prophets unjustly. This is
because they were disobedient and transgressors.
113. All are not alike. Among the people of the Book some are those who standright,recite the signs of Allah in the
hours of night and prostrate.
114. They believe in Allah and theLast Day and command good and forbid evil andrun for good works, and they
arerighteous.
115. And those who will do good, their rights shall not be denied and Allahknows the God fearing.
116. Those who became infidels, their riches and children shall not avail them at all against Allah and they are the
men of hell and shall abide therein.
117. The example of that which they spend in the life of this world is like a wind in which there is intense cold; that
strikes the harvest of such a nation which wronged themselves, therefore it destroyed that, and Allah wronged
them not, but yes, they wrong unto their own souls.
118. 'O believers! Do not make strangers asyour confidants; they leave no stone unturned in harming you. They
yearn for what distresses you: Hostility appeared from their utterances and what they have concealed in their
breasts isyet greater. We have madeyou hear Our signs clearly, if you have wisdom.
119. Behold, it isyou who love them, and they loveyou not. Though you believe in all the Books. And when they
meet you, they say, 'we accepted faith', and when they are alone, then they bite their fingertips atyou out of
wrath. Say you, die in your passion' Allahknows well the thoughts of the hearts.
120. Anything good befall you it vexes them; and an evil be fallyou, then they are happy at it, and ifyou have
patience. And fear Allah, then their guile will not hurt you at all. Verily, their all doings are under the'
circumference of Allah.
121. Andremember O beloved! When you came out fromyour house in the morning, I am assigning to the Muslims
their positions for battle. And Allah is All-Hearing All -Knowing.
122. When two of your groups intended Cowardice, but Allah is their supporter, and upon Allah should the Muslims
rely.
123. Andverily, Allah did helpyou at Badr, whenyou were resourceless. So fear Allah that perhaps you may be
thankful.
124. When O beloved! You did say to Muslim 'Is it not enough for you that your Lord should assistyou by sending
down three thousand angels?
125. Yes, why not, ifyou have patience and fear God, and the infidels came upon you instantly, then your Lord will
send five thousand angels with marks foryour help.
126. And thisvictory Allah did not make, save for pleasingyou and so thatyour hearts might get rest with it, there
is no help except from Allah, the Dominant, the Wise.
127. In order that He might cut a portion of the infidels or abase them, so that they may go back dis-appointed.
128. This matter is not inyour hand, whether He shows His graciousness to them forrepent fence or torment them,
for they are unjust.
129. And to Allah belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is in the earth. He Forgives whomsoever and
torments whomsoever He pleases; and Allah isFor giving Merciful.
130. 'O believers! Devour not interest, doubled andredoubled; and fear Allah, in the hope that you may get
prosperity.
131. And Ward off theFire which is already prepared for the infidels.
132. Andremain obedient to Allah and Messenger, in the hope thatyou be shown mercy.
133. Andrun towards the forgiveness ofyourLord and to such a paradise whose width covers all heavens and earth
is already prepared for those who are pious.
134. Those who spend in the path of Allah in prosperity and adversity and whorestrain anger and who pardon men.
Andvirtuous people are dear to Allah.
135. And those who, when they have committed indecency or wronged their own souls, beg forgiveness for their
sins remembering Allah, and who forgives sins save Allah? And do not persist knowingly in what they have
done.
136. For such the recompense is their 'Lord's forgiveness and Gardens withrivers flowing underneath, they shall
Al-QuranEnglish Translation (Kanz-ul-Eeman)
NooreMadinah Network - http://www.NooreMadinah.net
remain for ever therein, and what an excellent reward is for workers.
137. Some systems have already been experimented, beforeyou, then see, going through the earth, how was the
end of the beliers! (Who did deny)?
138. This is to state to people and to guide and is admonition to those who are pious.
139. And be not sluggish and neither be grieved,you are the very same who shall overcome if you have faith.
140. If any distress has come toyou, then they too have already received a similar distress. These are the days in
which we have fixed turns for the people and that is because Allah may make one to distinguish the believes
and may assign some ofyou the position of martyrs. And Allah91. Those who disbelieved and died as infidels, there shall never be accepted an earth full of gold from anyone of
them, though he offers it in ransom for himself. There is painful torment for them, and they shall have no
helpers.
92. You shall never attain good unlessyou spend your favourite things; and Allah knows whatever you spend.
93. All food was lawful to the children of Israel; save what Yaqoob had made unlawful for himself before the
Taurah wee sent down. Sayyou, bring the Taurat andread it if you are truthful?
94. Then after that, whose forges lie against Allah, those are the persons unjust.
95. Say you, 'Allah is true therefore follow the religion of Ibraham Who was separate from every falsehood, and
was not of the polytheists.
96. Verily, the first House among all marked for the worship o, the people is that which is in Mecca abounding in
blessing and a guide of all world.
97. Therein are clear sighs; the place where Ibraham stood and whosoever enters it, is in security. And for the
sake of Allah, the people is to perform pilgrimage to this House, who could find a way thither. And who denies,
then Allah is independent of entire world.
98. Say you, 'O people of Book! Why not you accept the signs of Allah whileyour works are before Allah.
99. Say you, 'O people of the Book! Why doyou hinder those who accepted the faith from the path of Allah,you
desire to crook it andyou areyourself witness thereof? And Allah is not unaware of your doings.
100. 'O believers! Ifyou obey some of the people of the Book, then they would render you infidels after your belief.
101. And how would you commit infidelity,(whereas) to you are recited the signs of Allah; and inyour midst has
come the Messenger of Allah? And he who sought the support of Allah has been directed to a straight path.
102. 'O believers!Fear Allah, as rightly He is to be feared, and do not die ever save as Muslims.
103. And hold fast, all together, by therope of Allah, and be not divided among themselves. And remember Allah's
favour uponyou. Remember when there was enmity among you, He joined your hearts together then, by His
grace, you became brothers together andyou were upon the brink of a pit ofFire, then Herescued you from
it; Thus Allah explains to you His signs; that haply you may act guidance.
104. And let there be such a group amongyou, that they may call towards goodness and command what is just and
forbid evil. And thevery same attained to their goals.
105. And be not like those who were divided(in sections) and disagreed among themselves, after this that bright
signs had come to them and for them there is mighty torment.
106. On the day when some faces shall be white, and some black. Then those whose faces: have been blackened,
(they will be told) 'didyou become infidels after accepting faith? Then now taste the torment, the recompense
ofyour infidelity.
107. And as for those, whose faces are whitened, they are under the mercy of Allah; they shall abide in it.
108. These are the signs of Allah that Werecite unto you correctly, and Allah intends not injustice to the people of
the worlds.
109. And to Allah belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is in the earth and unto Allah is thereturn of all
matters.
Al-QuranEnglish Translation (Kanz-ul-Eeman)
NooreMadinah Network - http://www.NooreMadinah.net
110. You are the best among all those nations appeared unto mankind, you command! To good, and forbid evil, and
keep faith unto Allah. Had the people of the Book believed, then it was good for them. Some of them are
Muslims and most of them are infidels.
111. They will not harmyou save annoying; and if they fight withyou, they will turn their backs fromyou, then
again they will not be helped.
112. Ignominy has been pitched on them, wherever they are, they shill get no security save a rope from Allah and a
rope from men,(they may get protection). They became worthy of the wrath of Allah and on them destitution
have been pitched. This is because they used to reject the signs of Allah and slay the prophets unjustly. This is
because they were disobedient and transgressors.
113. All are not alike. Among the people of the Book some are those who standright,recite the signs of Allah in the
hours of night and prostrate.
114. They believe in Allah and theLast Day and command good and forbid evil andrun for good works, and they
arerighteous.
115. And those who will do good, their rights shall not be denied and Allahknows the God fearing.
116. Those who became infidels, their riches and children shall not avail them at all against Allah and they are the
men of hell and shall abide therein.
117. The example of that which they spend in the life of this world is like a wind in which there is intense cold; that
strikes the harvest of such a nation which wronged themselves, therefore it destroyed that, and Allah wronged
them not, but yes, they wrong unto their own souls.
118. 'O believers! Do not make strangers asyour confidants; they leave no stone unturned in harming you. They
yearn for what distresses you: Hostility appeared from their utterances and what they have concealed in their
breasts isyet greater. We have madeyou hear Our signs clearly, if you have wisdom.
119. Behold, it isyou who love them, and they loveyou not. Though you believe in all the Books. And when they
meet you, they say, 'we accepted faith', and when they are alone, then they bite their fingertips atyou out of
wrath. Say you, die in your passion' Allahknows well the thoughts of the hearts.
120. Anything good befall you it vexes them; and an evil be fallyou, then they are happy at it, and ifyou have
patience. And fear Allah, then their guile will not hurt you at all. Verily, their all doings are under the'
circumference of Allah.
121. Andremember O beloved! When you came out fromyour house in the morning, I am assigning to the Muslims
their positions for battle. And Allah is All-Hearing All -Knowing.
122. When two of your groups intended Cowardice, but Allah is their supporter, and upon Allah should the Muslims
rely.
123. Andverily, Allah did helpyou at Badr, whenyou were resourceless. So fear Allah that perhaps you may be
thankful.
124. When O beloved! You did say to Muslim 'Is it not enough for you that your Lord should assistyou by sending
down three thousand angels?
125. Yes, why not, ifyou have patience and fear God, and the infidels came upon you instantly, then your Lord will
send five thousand angels with marks foryour help.
126. And thisvictory Allah did not make, save for pleasingyou and so thatyour hearts might get rest with it, there
is no help except from Allah, the Dominant, the Wise.
127. In order that He might cut a portion of the infidels or abase them, so that they may go back dis-appointed.
128. This matter is not inyour hand, whether He shows His graciousness to them forrepent fence or torment them,
for they are unjust.
129. And to Allah belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is in the earth. He Forgives whomsoever and
torments whomsoever He pleases; and Allah isFor giving Merciful.
130. 'O believers! Devour not interest, doubled andredoubled; and fear Allah, in the hope that you may get
prosperity.
131. And Ward off theFire which is already prepared for the infidels.
132. Andremain obedient to Allah and Messenger, in the hope thatyou be shown mercy.
133. Andrun towards the forgiveness ofyourLord and to such a paradise whose width covers all heavens and earth
is already prepared for those who are pious.
134. Those who spend in the path of Allah in prosperity and adversity and whorestrain anger and who pardon men.
Andvirtuous people are dear to Allah.
135. And those who, when they have committed indecency or wronged their own souls, beg forgiveness for their
sins remembering Allah, and who forgives sins save Allah? And do not persist knowingly in what they have
done.
136. For such the recompense is their 'Lord's forgiveness and Gardens withrivers flowing underneath, they shall
Al-QuranEnglish Translation (Kanz-ul-Eeman)
NooreMadinah Network - http://www.NooreMadinah.net
remain for ever therein, and what an excellent reward is for workers.
137. Some systems have already been experimented, beforeyou, then see, going through the earth, how was the
end of the beliers! (Who did deny)?
138. This is to state to people and to guide and is admonition to those who are pious.
139. And be not sluggish and neither be grieved,you are the very same who shall overcome if you have faith.
140. If any distress has come toyou, then they too have already received a similar distress. These are the days in
which we have fixed turns for the people and that is because Allah may make one to distinguish the believes
and may assign some ofyou the position of martyrs. And Allah91. Those who disbelieved and died as infidels, there shall never be accepted an earth full of gold from anyone of
them, though he offers it in ransom for himself. There is painful torment for them, and they shall have no
helpers.
92. You shall never attain good unlessyou spend your favourite things; and Allah knows whatever you spend.
93. All food was lawful to the children of Israel; save what Yaqoob had made unlawful for himself before the
Taurah wee sent down. Sayyou, bring the Taurat andread it if you are truthful?
94. Then after that, whose forges lie against Allah, those are the persons unjust.
95. Say you, 'Allah is true therefore follow the religion of Ibraham Who was separate from every falsehood, and
was not of the polytheists.
96. Verily, the first House among all marked for the worship o, the people is that which is in Mecca abounding in
blessing and a guide of all world.
97. Therein are clear sighs; the place where Ibraham stood and whosoever enters it, is in security. And for the
sake of Allah, the people is to perform pilgrimage to this House, who could find a way thither. And who denies,
then Allah is independent of entire world.
98. Say you, 'O people of Book! Why not you accept the signs of Allah whileyour works are before Allah.
99. Say you, 'O people of the Book! Why doyou hinder those who accepted the faith from the path of Allah,you
desire to crook it andyou areyourself witness thereof? And Allah is not unaware of your doings.
100. 'O believers! Ifyou obey some of the people of the Book, then they would render you infidels after your belief.
101. And how would you commit infidelity,(whereas) to you are recited the signs of Allah; and inyour midst has
come the Messenger of Allah? And he who sought the support of Allah has been directed to a straight path.
102. 'O believers!Fear Allah, as rightly He is to be feared, and do not die ever save as Muslims.
103. And hold fast, all together, by therope of Allah, and be not divided among themselves. And remember Allah's
favour uponyou. Remember when there was enmity among you, He joined your hearts together then, by His
grace, you became brothers together andyou were upon the brink of a pit ofFire, then Herescued you from
it; Thus Allah explains to you His signs; that haply you may act guidance.
104. And let there be such a group amongyou, that they may call towards goodness and command what is just and
forbid evil. And thevery same attained to their goals.
105. And be not like those who were divided(in sections) and disagreed among themselves, after this that bright
signs had come to them and for them there is mighty torment.
106. On the day when some faces shall be white, and some black. Then those whose faces: have been blackened,
(they will be told) 'didyou become infidels after accepting faith? Then now taste the torment, the recompense
ofyour infidelity.
107. And as for those, whose faces are whitened, they are under the mercy of Allah; they shall abide in it.
108. These are the signs of Allah that Werecite unto you correctly, and Allah intends not injustice to the people of
the worlds.
109. And to Allah belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is in the earth and unto Allah is thereturn of all
matters.

110. You are the best among all those nations appeared unto mankind, you command! To good, and forbid evil, and
keep faith unto Allah. Had the people of the Book believed, then it was good for them. Some of them are
Muslims and most of them are infidels.
111. They will not harmyou save annoying; and if they fight withyou, they will turn their backs fromyou, then
again they will not be helped.
112. Ignominy has been pitched on them, wherever they are, they shill get no security save a rope from Allah and a
rope from men,(they may get protection). They became worthy of the wrath of Allah and on them destitution
have been pitched. This is because they used to reject the signs of Allah and slay the prophets unjustly. This is
because they were disobedient and transgressors.
113. All are not alike. Among the people of the Book some are those who standright,recite the signs of Allah in the
hours of night and prostrate.
114. They believe in Allah and theLast Day and command good and forbid evil andrun for good works, and they
arerighteous.
115. And those who will do good, their rights shall not be denied and Allahknows the God fearing.
116. Those who became infidels, their riches and children shall not avail them at all against Allah and they are the
men of hell and shall abide therein.
117. The example of that which they spend in the life of this world is like a wind in which there is intense cold; that
strikes the harvest of such a nation which wronged themselves, therefore it destroyed that, and Allah wronged
them not, but yes, they wrong unto their own souls.
118. 'O believers! Do not make strangers asyour confidants; they leave no stone unturned in harming you. They
yearn for what distresses you: Hostility appeared from their utterances and what they have concealed in their
breasts isyet greater. We have madeyou hear Our signs clearly, if you have wisdom.
119. Behold, it isyou who love them, and they loveyou not. Though you believe in all the Books. And when they
meet you, they say, 'we accepted faith', and when they are alone, then they bite their fingertips atyou out of
wrath. Say you, die in your passion' Allahknows well the thoughts of the hearts.
120. Anything good befall you it vexes them; and an evil be fallyou, then they are happy at it, and ifyou have
patience. And fear Allah, then their guile will not hurt you at all. Verily, their all doings are under the'
circumference of Allah.
121. Andremember O beloved! When you came out fromyour house in the morning, I am assigning to the Muslims
their positions for battle. And Allah is All-Hearing All -Knowing.
122. When two of your groups intended Cowardice, but Allah is their supporter, and upon Allah should the Muslims
rely.
123. Andverily, Allah did helpyou at Badr, whenyou were resourceless. So fear Allah that perhaps you may be
thankful.
124. When O beloved! You did say to Muslim 'Is it not enough for you that your Lord should assistyou by sending
down three thousand angels?
125. Yes, why not, ifyou have patience and fear God, and the infidels came upon you instantly, then your Lord will
send five thousand angels with marks foryour help.
126. And thisvictory Allah did not make, save for pleasingyou and so thatyour hearts might get rest with it, there
is no help except from Allah, the Dominant, the Wise.
127. In order that He might cut a portion of the infidels or abase them, so that they may go back dis-appointed.
128. This matter is not inyour hand, whether He shows His graciousness to them forrepent fence or torment them,
for they are unjust.
129. And to Allah belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is in the earth. He Forgives whomsoever and
torments whomsoever He pleases; and Allah isFor giving Merciful.
130. 'O believers! Devour not interest, doubled andredoubled; and fear Allah, in the hope that you may get
prosperity.
131. And Ward off theFire which is already prepared for the infidels.
132. Andremain obedient to Allah and Messenger, in the hope thatyou be shown mercy.
133. Andrun towards the forgiveness ofyourLord and to such a paradise whose width covers all heavens and earth
is already prepared for those who are pious.
134. Those who spend in the path of Allah in prosperity and adversity and whorestrain anger and who pardon men.
Andvirtuous people are dear to Allah.
135. And those who, when they have committed indecency or wronged their own souls, beg forgiveness for their
sins remembering Allah, and who forgives sins save Allah? And do not persist knowingly in what they have
done.
136. For such the recompense is their 'Lord's forgiveness and Gardens withrivers flowing underneath, they shall

remain for ever therein, and what an excellent reward is for workers.