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Tuesday, 18 December 2012

Quran karim surah al imran(famil of imran)verses#55To81.

55. Remember, when Allah said;O Isa! I shall causeyou to reach to your full life and I shall raise you towards
Myself and I shall purify you from the infidels, and shall giveyour followers superiority over the rejecters until
the Day of Resurrection thenyou all shall comereturning to Me: then I shall decide between you concerning
that wherein you dispute'.
56. Then those who became infidels, I shall torment them with severe punishment in this world and the next and
they shall have no helpers.
57. And to those who believed and did good deeds, Allah will pay them their rewards in full and the unjust are not
acceptable to Allah.
58. Thus, We recite toyou of some signs and wise admonition
59. The likeness of Isa with Allah, is like Adam. He created him of dust, then said, 'Be and 'he' was atonce.
60. 'O Listener! This is the truth fromyour Lord; be not therefore of doubters.
61. Then O beloved! Whoever disputes with you about Isa afterknowledge has come to you, then tell them, 'come,
let us call our sons andyour sons our women andyour women and our souls andyour souls, then let us pray
earnestly, and so lay the curse of Allah upon the liars.'
62. This verily is the true Narrative; There is none worthy of worship save Allah; and verily only Allah is All Mighty,
the All Wise.
63. Then if they turn back their faces, then Allah knows the mischief mongers.
64. Say you,O people of the Book! Come towards such a word which is common between us and you, that is we
worship none but Allah and associate no partner with Him; and none of us make one another asLord beside
Allah; then if they do not accept then say, 'bear witness that we are Muslims.'
65. 'O people of the Book! Why do you dispute about Ibraham? The Torah and Injil (Gospel) were not sent down,
but after him, then have you noreason?
66. Behold!you are those who disputed in that of which you had knowledge, then why you dispute in that of which
you have noknowledge, and Allahknows and you know not.
67. Abraham was neither a Jew nor Christian but was a Muslim separate from every falsehood and was not of the
polytheists.
68. Verily, the more rightful claimant of Abraham than all people were those who followed him and this prophet
and the believers, And Allah is the Protector of the believers.
69. A section of the people of the Book yearns that in any way you go astray and they make astray to themselves
and they have no sense.
70. 'O people of the Book! Why do you deny the signs of Allah, whereas you areyourselves witnesses.
71. 'O people of the Book! Why do you confound truth with falsehood and why do you conceal the truth whereas
you haveknowledge?
72. A section of the people of the Book said, 'believe in that which has been sent down upon the believers at
morning and deny at evening; perchance they may return'.
73. And believe not any but. Him who is the follower ofyour religion. Sayyou, 'The guidance of Allah is the only
guidance of Allah. That may be given to any one the like of that was given toyou', or anyone might argue you
beforeyour Lord. Say, you, 'the bounty is in the hand of Allah alone; He gives it to whomsoever He pleases;
and Allah is All -Embracing All -Knowing.
74. He singles out with His mercy whomsoever He pleases and Allah is of exceeding bounty.
75. Among the people of the Book there is someone with whom ifyou keep a huge treasure in trust then he will
pay it back to you, and in them there is someone, with whom if youkeep in trust a single dinar then he will not
repay it to you, except when youremain standing over his head. It is because they say, 'there is no
responsibility over us in the matter of illiterates. And they utter a lie against Allah knowingly.
76. Yes, why not, one who fulfilled his pledge and feared God andverily, Allah loves those who fear God.
77. Those who accept mean price in exchange of their covenant with Allah and their oaths, they have no portion in
the Hereafter, and Allah will neither speak to them nor look towards them or Resurrection Day, nor will He
purify them; and for them there is painful torment.
78. And among them some are those who distort the Book by twisting their tongues; thatyou may think it is also
in the Book, and that is not in the Book. And they say, 'It is from Allah, whereas it is not from Allah and they
forge a lie against Allah purposely andknowingly.
79. It is not the right of any man that Allah should give him the Book and command and prophet hood, then he
should say to people, 'Be my bondmen leaving Allah; Yes he will say this, 'Be men of Allah because you teach
the Book and becauseyou study it.'
80. And He would not order you this that you should take the angels and prophets as God. Would He order you to
infidelity after it that you have become Muslims?
81. Andremember when Allah took from the prophets their covenant whatever I should giveyou of the Book and
Al-QuranEnglish Translation (Kanz-ul-Eeman)5. Remember, when Allah said;O Isa! I shall causeyou to reach to your full life and I shall raise you towards
Myself and I shall purify you from the infidels, and shall giveyour followers superiority over the rejecters until
the Day of Resurrection thenyou all shall comereturning to Me: then I shall decide between you concerning
that wherein you dispute'.
56. Then those who became infidels, I shall torment them with severe punishment in this world and the next and
they shall have no helpers.
57. And to those who believed and did good deeds, Allah will pay them their rewards in full and the unjust are not
acceptable to Allah.
58. Thus, We recite toyou of some signs and wise admonition
59. The likeness of Isa with Allah, is like Adam. He created him of dust, then said, 'Be and 'he' was atonce.
60. 'O Listener! This is the truth fromyour Lord; be not therefore of doubters.
61. Then O beloved! Whoever disputes with you about Isa afterknowledge has come to you, then tell them, 'come,
let us call our sons andyour sons our women andyour women and our souls andyour souls, then let us pray
earnestly, and so lay the curse of Allah upon the liars.'
62. This verily is the true Narrative; There is none worthy of worship save Allah; and verily only Allah is All Mighty,
the All Wise.
63. Then if they turn back their faces, then Allah knows the mischief mongers.
64. Say you,O people of the Book! Come towards such a word which is common between us and you, that is we
worship none but Allah and associate no partner with Him; and none of us make one another asLord beside
Allah; then if they do not accept then say, 'bear witness that we are Muslims.'
65. 'O people of the Book! Why do you dispute about Ibraham? The Torah and Injil (Gospel) were not sent down,
but after him, then have you noreason?
66. Behold!you are those who disputed in that of which you had knowledge, then why you dispute in that of which
you have noknowledge, and Allahknows and you know not.
67. Abraham was neither a Jew nor Christian but was a Muslim separate from every falsehood and was not of the
polytheists.
68. Verily, the more rightful claimant of Abraham than all people were those who followed him and this prophet
and the believers, And Allah is the Protector of the believers.
69. A section of the people of the Book yearns that in any way you go astray and they make astray to themselves
and they have no sense.
70. 'O people of the Book! Why do you deny the signs of Allah, whereas you areyourselves witnesses.
71. 'O people of the Book! Why do you confound truth with falsehood and why do you conceal the truth whereas
you haveknowledge?
72. A section of the people of the Book said, 'believe in that which has been sent down upon the believers at
morning and deny at evening; perchance they may return'.
73. And believe not any but. Him who is the follower ofyour religion. Sayyou, 'The guidance of Allah is the only
guidance of Allah. That may be given to any one the like of that was given toyou', or anyone might argue you
beforeyour Lord. Say, you, 'the bounty is in the hand of Allah alone; He gives it to whomsoever He pleases;
and Allah is All -Embracing All -Knowing.
74. He singles out with His mercy whomsoever He pleases and Allah is of exceeding bounty.
75. Among the people of the Book there is someone with whom ifyou keep a huge treasure in trust then he will
pay it back to you, and in them there is someone, with whom if youkeep in trust a single dinar then he will not
repay it to you, except when youremain standing over his head. It is because they say, 'there is no
responsibility over us in the matter of illiterates. And they utter a lie against Allah knowingly.
76. Yes, why not, one who fulfilled his pledge and feared God andverily, Allah loves those who fear God.
77. Those who accept mean price in exchange of their covenant with Allah and their oaths, they have no portion in
the Hereafter, and Allah will neither speak to them nor look towards them or Resurrection Day, nor will He
purify them; and for them there is painful torment.
78. And among them some are those who distort the Book by twisting their tongues; thatyou may think it is also
in the Book, and that is not in the Book. And they say, 'It is from Allah, whereas it is not from Allah and they
forge a lie against Allah purposely andknowingly.
79. It is not the right of any man that Allah should give him the Book and command and prophet hood, then he
should say to people, 'Be my bondmen leaving Allah; Yes he will say this, 'Be men of Allah because you teach
the Book and becauseyou study it.'
80. And He would not order you this that you should take the angels and prophets as God. Would He order you to
infidelity after it that you have become Muslims?
81. Andremember when Allah took from the prophets their covenant whatever I should giveyou of the Book and
Al-QuranEnglish Translation (Kanz-ul-Eeman)5. Remember, when Allah said;O Isa! I shall causeyou to reach to your full life and I shall raise you towards
Myself and I shall purify you from the infidels, and shall giveyour followers superiority over the rejecters until
the Day of Resurrection thenyou all shall comereturning to Me: then I shall decide between you concerning
that wherein you dispute'.
56. Then those who became infidels, I shall torment them with severe punishment in this world and the next and
they shall have no helpers.
57. And to those who believed and did good deeds, Allah will pay them their rewards in full and the unjust are not
acceptable to Allah.
58. Thus, We recite toyou of some signs and wise admonition
59. The likeness of Isa with Allah, is like Adam. He created him of dust, then said, 'Be and 'he' was atonce.
60. 'O Listener! This is the truth fromyour Lord; be not therefore of doubters.
61. Then O beloved! Whoever disputes with you about Isa afterknowledge has come to you, then tell them, 'come,
let us call our sons andyour sons our women andyour women and our souls andyour souls, then let us pray
earnestly, and so lay the curse of Allah upon the liars.'
62. This verily is the true Narrative; There is none worthy of worship save Allah; and verily only Allah is All Mighty,
the All Wise.
63. Then if they turn back their faces, then Allah knows the mischief mongers.
64. Say you,O people of the Book! Come towards such a word which is common between us and you, that is we
worship none but Allah and associate no partner with Him; and none of us make one another asLord beside
Allah; then if they do not accept then say, 'bear witness that we are Muslims.'
65. 'O people of the Book! Why do you dispute about Ibraham? The Torah and Injil (Gospel) were not sent down,
but after him, then have you noreason?
66. Behold!you are those who disputed in that of which you had knowledge, then why you dispute in that of which
you have noknowledge, and Allahknows and you know not.
67. Abraham was neither a Jew nor Christian but was a Muslim separate from every falsehood and was not of the
polytheists.
68. Verily, the more rightful claimant of Abraham than all people were those who followed him and this prophet
and the believers, And Allah is the Protector of the believers.
69. A section of the people of the Book yearns that in any way you go astray and they make astray to themselves
and they have no sense.
70. 'O people of the Book! Why do you deny the signs of Allah, whereas you areyourselves witnesses.
71. 'O people of the Book! Why do you confound truth with falsehood and why do you conceal the truth whereas
you haveknowledge?
72. A section of the people of the Book said, 'believe in that which has been sent down upon the believers at
morning and deny at evening; perchance they may return'.
73. And believe not any but. Him who is the follower ofyour religion. Sayyou, 'The guidance of Allah is the only
guidance of Allah. That may be given to any one the like of that was given toyou', or anyone might argue you
beforeyour Lord. Say, you, 'the bounty is in the hand of Allah alone; He gives it to whomsoever He pleases;
and Allah is All -Embracing All -Knowing.
74. He singles out with His mercy whomsoever He pleases and Allah is of exceeding bounty.
75. Among the people of the Book there is someone with whom ifyou keep a huge treasure in trust then he will
pay it back to you, and in them there is someone, with whom if youkeep in trust a single dinar then he will not
repay it to you, except when youremain standing over his head. It is because they say, 'there is no
responsibility over us in the matter of illiterates. And they utter a lie against Allah knowingly.
76. Yes, why not, one who fulfilled his pledge and feared God andverily, Allah loves those who fear God.
77. Those who accept mean price in exchange of their covenant with Allah and their oaths, they have no portion in
the Hereafter, and Allah will neither speak to them nor look towards them or Resurrection Day, nor will He
purify them; and for them there is painful torment.
78. And among them some are those who distort the Book by twisting their tongues; thatyou may think it is also
in the Book, and that is not in the Book. And they say, 'It is from Allah, whereas it is not from Allah and they
forge a lie against Allah purposely andknowingly.
79. It is not the right of any man that Allah should give him the Book and command and prophet hood, then he
should say to people, 'Be my bondmen leaving Allah; Yes he will say this, 'Be men of Allah because you teach
the Book and becauseyou study it.'
80. And He would not order you this that you should take the angels and prophets as God. Would He order you to
infidelity after it that you have become Muslims?
81. Andremember when Allah took from the prophets their covenant whatever I should giveyou of the Book and
Al-QuranEnglish Translation (Kanz-ul-Eeman)5. Remember, when Allah said;O Isa! I shall causeyou to reach to your full life and I shall raise you towards
Myself and I shall purify you from the infidels, and shall giveyour followers superiority over the rejecters until
the Day of Resurrection thenyou all shall comereturning to Me: then I shall decide between you concerning
that wherein you dispute'.
56. Then those who became infidels, I shall torment them with severe punishment in this world and the next and
they shall have no helpers.
57. And to those who believed and did good deeds, Allah will pay them their rewards in full and the unjust are not
acceptable to Allah.
58. Thus, We recite toyou of some signs and wise admonition
59. The likeness of Isa with Allah, is like Adam. He created him of dust, then said, 'Be and 'he' was atonce.
60. 'O Listener! This is the truth fromyour Lord; be not therefore of doubters.
61. Then O beloved! Whoever disputes with you about Isa afterknowledge has come to you, then tell them, 'come,
let us call our sons andyour sons our women andyour women and our souls andyour souls, then let us pray
earnestly, and so lay the curse of Allah upon the liars.'
62. This verily is the true Narrative; There is none worthy of worship save Allah; and verily only Allah is All Mighty,
the All Wise.
63. Then if they turn back their faces, then Allah knows the mischief mongers.
64. Say you,O people of the Book! Come towards such a word which is common between us and you, that is we
worship none but Allah and associate no partner with Him; and none of us make one another asLord beside
Allah; then if they do not accept then say, 'bear witness that we are Muslims.'
65. 'O people of the Book! Why do you dispute about Ibraham? The Torah and Injil (Gospel) were not sent down,
but after him, then have you noreason?
66. Behold!you are those who disputed in that of which you had knowledge, then why you dispute in that of which
you have noknowledge, and Allahknows and you know not.
67. Abraham was neither a Jew nor Christian but was a Muslim separate from every falsehood and was not of the
polytheists.
68. Verily, the more rightful claimant of Abraham than all people were those who followed him and this prophet
and the believers, And Allah is the Protector of the believers.
69. A section of the people of the Book yearns that in any way you go astray and they make astray to themselves
and they have no sense.
70. 'O people of the Book! Why do you deny the signs of Allah, whereas you areyourselves witnesses.
71. 'O people of the Book! Why do you confound truth with falsehood and why do you conceal the truth whereas
you haveknowledge?
72. A section of the people of the Book said, 'believe in that which has been sent down upon the believers at
morning and deny at evening; perchance they may return'.
73. And believe not any but. Him who is the follower ofyour religion. Sayyou, 'The guidance of Allah is the only
guidance of Allah. That may be given to any one the like of that was given toyou', or anyone might argue you
beforeyour Lord. Say, you, 'the bounty is in the hand of Allah alone; He gives it to whomsoever He pleases;
and Allah is All -Embracing All -Knowing.
74. He singles out with His mercy whomsoever He pleases and Allah is of exceeding bounty.
75. Among the people of the Book there is someone with whom ifyou keep a huge treasure in trust then he will
pay it back to you, and in them there is someone, with whom if youkeep in trust a single dinar then he will not
repay it to you, except when youremain standing over his head. It is because they say, 'there is no
responsibility over us in the matter of illiterates. And they utter a lie against Allah knowingly.
76. Yes, why not, one who fulfilled his pledge and feared God andverily, Allah loves those who fear God.
77. Those who accept mean price in exchange of their covenant with Allah and their oaths, they have no portion in
the Hereafter, and Allah will neither speak to them nor look towards them or Resurrection Day, nor will He
purify them; and for them there is painful torment.
78. And among them some are those who distort the Book by twisting their tongues; thatyou may think it is also
in the Book, and that is not in the Book. And they say, 'It is from Allah, whereas it is not from Allah and they
forge a lie against Allah purposely andknowingly.
79. It is not the right of any man that Allah should give him the Book and command and prophet hood, then he
should say to people, 'Be my bondmen leaving Allah; Yes he will say this, 'Be men of Allah because you teach
the Book and becauseyou study it.'
80. And He would not order you this that you should take the angels and prophets as God. Would He order you to
infidelity after it that you have become Muslims?
81. Andremember when Allah took from the prophets their covenant whatever I should giveyou of the Book and wisdom then comes to you the messenger confirming your books then assuuredly you shall belive in him and assuredly you help him he said,"do you agree"and do you accept my heay responsibiltyon it.all submitted"we did affirm,he said"then be wittness against one another and i am my self among wittness with you.