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Sunday, 16 December 2012

Quran karim surah baqra #2verses259To277.

him Kingdom? When Ibrahim said, my Lord is He who gives life and causes death, said he, 'I give life and
cause death'. Ibrahim said, 'Well, Allah brings sun from East: bring ityou from the West. 'Thereupon the
infidels were confounded and Allah guides not the unjust people.
259. Or like him who passed by a town and it was laid down fallen upon its roofs. Spoke he, 'How Allah shall give
life to it after its death. Then Allah kept him died for a hundred years; then gave him life. Said, He! 'How long
you stayed here, submitted he 'I would have stayed a full day or a little less.' He said, 'Noyou have passed a
hundred years, and look atyour food and drink; they are not stinked as yet and look at your ass whose bones
even are not safe. And this is that We may make you a sign for the people. And look at these bones how, We
set them up, then cover them with flesh. When this matter became clear to him, said, 'I knowvery well that
Allah is Potent over all things.
260. And when Ibrahim submitted, 'O myLord, show me how You shall give life to the dead.' Said He, 'do you not
believe.' Submitted he, 'why not, but I like that my heart may be at rest. 'Said He, 'then well, taking four birds,
make them familiar to you, then put a part of each of them on each hill, thereafter call them they will come to
yourunning with their feet. Andknow that Allah is Mighty, Wise.
261. The example of those who spend their wealth in the way of Allah is like that of a grain which caused to grow
seven ears and in each ear one hundred grains and Allah may increase more than that for whomsoever He
pleases; and Allah is Bountiful, All-knowing.
262. Those who spend their wealth in the way of Allah, then after spending neither boast of favours conferred nor
injure, their reward is with their Lord, and they shall have no fear, nor any grief.
263. To speak kind word and to forgive is better than that; charity followed by injury. And Allah is above want,
Clement.
264. O Believers! Void not your charities by boasting ofyour favours conferred and injuring, like him who spent his
wealth for showing to people and believes not in Allah and Last Day. Then the example of him is like that of a
smoothrock on which is dust of earth; now a heavy rain fell upon it leaving it a bare stone. They shall have no
control on anything of what they have earned and Allah guides not the infidels.
265. And the example of those who spend their wealth in seeking the pleasure of Allah and for strengthening their
hearts is like that garden which is on an elevated ground; a heavyrain fell upon it then it brought forth its
fruits two fold; again if a heavyrainreaches it not, then dew suffices. And Allah is seeing whatyou do.
266. Would any one ofyou like it that he would have a garden of dates and grapes beneath whichrivers would have
been flowing; for him, there is every kind of fruit in it, and old age came to him and he has weak children, then
came a whirlwind on it in which there was fire, so it was burnt? Thus Allah explains toyou His signs, so that
you may ponder.
267. O Believers! Give something of your pure earnings and of what We produce from the earth for you; and intend
not to give especiallyvile of it, whereas ifyou get of it,you will not accept unless you closeyour eyes in it. And
know that Allah is free of all wants, Praiseworthy.
268. The devil dreadsyou of destitution and commandsyou of lewdness, and Allah promises you forgiveness and
abundance. And Allah is All -Embracing All-Knowing.
269. Allah grants wisdom to whom He pleases and he who got wisdom indeed got abundant good; and none
accepts counsel but men of under" standing.
270. And whatsoever you spend or vows Allahknows it and the unjust have no helpers.
271. If you give charity openly then what a good thing it is; and if you give to beggars hidingly it is better foryou
than every thing, and He will remove some of your sins. And Allah is Aware of what you do.
272. To guide them is notyour responsibility; yes Allah guides whomsoever He pleases. And whatsoever good thing
you give it is for your own good, and it is not proper for you to spend but for seeking pleasure of Allah and
whatever of wealth you give, you will get back in full and you shall not be wronged.
273. For those beggars who are detained in the way of Allah, they cannot move about in the earth. The ignorant
man thinks them wealthy because of their restraint. You shallrecognise them from their faces; they do not beg
of men importunately. And whateveryou give in charity Allahknows it.
274. Those who spend their wealth (in charity) in the night and in the day secretly and openly. They have their
reward with theirLord. There is neither any fear nor any grief to them.
275. Those who devour interest shall not stand on the Day of judgement, but like the standing of one whom the evil
spirit has by touching made mad. This is because they said 'The trade too is like interest,' and Allah made trade
lawful and made interest unlawful. So he, whoreceived admonition from his Lord andrefrained, then whatever
he took before is lawful to him, and his affair is with Allah. And now whoever shall commit such. Fault, they are
men of hell, they will live therein for longer period.
276. Allah destroys interest and increases charity and Allah loves not any ungrateful big sinner.
277. No doubt, those who accepted faith and did good deeds and established prayer and paid the Zakat, (poor-due)
Al-QuranEnglish Translation (Kanz-ul-Eeman)him Kingdom? When Ibrahim said, my Lord is He who gives life and causes death, said he, 'I give life and
cause death'. Ibrahim said, 'Well, Allah brings sun from East: bring ityou from the West. 'Thereupon the
infidels were confounded and Allah guides not the unjust people.
259. Or like him who passed by a town and it was laid down fallen upon its roofs. Spoke he, 'How Allah shall give
life to it after its death. Then Allah kept him died for a hundred years; then gave him life. Said, He! 'How long
you stayed here, submitted he 'I would have stayed a full day or a little less.' He said, 'Noyou have passed a
hundred years, and look atyour food and drink; they are not stinked as yet and look at your ass whose bones
even are not safe. And this is that We may make you a sign for the people. And look at these bones how, We
set them up, then cover them with flesh. When this matter became clear to him, said, 'I knowvery well that
Allah is Potent over all things.
260. And when Ibrahim submitted, 'O myLord, show me how You shall give life to the dead.' Said He, 'do you not
believe.' Submitted he, 'why not, but I like that my heart may be at rest. 'Said He, 'then well, taking four birds,
make them familiar to you, then put a part of each of them on each hill, thereafter call them they will come to
yourunning with their feet. Andknow that Allah is Mighty, Wise.
261. The example of those who spend their wealth in the way of Allah is like that of a grain which caused to grow
seven ears and in each ear one hundred grains and Allah may increase more than that for whomsoever He
pleases; and Allah is Bountiful, All-knowing.
262. Those who spend their wealth in the way of Allah, then after spending neither boast of favours conferred nor
injure, their reward is with their Lord, and they shall have no fear, nor any grief.
263. To speak kind word and to forgive is better than that; charity followed by injury. And Allah is above want,
Clement.
264. O Believers! Void not your charities by boasting ofyour favours conferred and injuring, like him who spent his
wealth for showing to people and believes not in Allah and Last Day. Then the example of him is like that of a
smoothrock on which is dust of earth; now a heavy rain fell upon it leaving it a bare stone. They shall have no
control on anything of what they have earned and Allah guides not the infidels.
265. And the example of those who spend their wealth in seeking the pleasure of Allah and for strengthening their
hearts is like that garden which is on an elevated ground; a heavyrain fell upon it then it brought forth its
fruits two fold; again if a heavyrainreaches it not, then dew suffices. And Allah is seeing whatyou do.
266. Would any one ofyou like it that he would have a garden of dates and grapes beneath whichrivers would have
been flowing; for him, there is every kind of fruit in it, and old age came to him and he has weak children, then
came a whirlwind on it in which there was fire, so it was burnt? Thus Allah explains toyou His signs, so that
you may ponder.
267. O Believers! Give something of your pure earnings and of what We produce from the earth for you; and intend
not to give especiallyvile of it, whereas ifyou get of it,you will not accept unless you closeyour eyes in it. And
know that Allah is free of all wants, Praiseworthy.
268. The devil dreadsyou of destitution and commandsyou of lewdness, and Allah promises you forgiveness and
abundance. And Allah is All -Embracing All-Knowing.
269. Allah grants wisdom to whom He pleases and he who got wisdom indeed got abundant good; and none
accepts counsel but men of under" standing.
270. And whatsoever you spend or vows Allahknows it and the unjust have no helpers.
271. If you give charity openly then what a good thing it is; and if you give to beggars hidingly it is better foryou
than every thing, and He will remove some of your sins. And Allah is Aware of what you do.
272. To guide them is notyour responsibility; yes Allah guides whomsoever He pleases. And whatsoever good thing
you give it is for your own good, and it is not proper for you to spend but for seeking pleasure of Allah and
whatever of wealth you give, you will get back in full and you shall not be wronged.
273. For those beggars who are detained in the way of Allah, they cannot move about in the earth. The ignorant
man thinks them wealthy because of their restraint. You shallrecognise them from their faces; they do not beg
of men importunately. And whateveryou give in charity Allahknows it.
274. Those who spend their wealth (in charity) in the night and in the day secretly and openly. They have their
reward with theirLord. There is neither any fear nor any grief to them.
275. Those who devour interest shall not stand on the Day of judgement, but like the standing of one whom the evil
spirit has by touching made mad. This is because they said 'The trade too is like interest,' and Allah made trade
lawful and made interest unlawful. So he, whoreceived admonition from his Lord andrefrained, then whatever
he took before is lawful to him, and his affair is with Allah. And now whoever shall commit such. Fault, they are
men of hell, they will live therein for longer period.
276. Allah destroys interest and increases charity and Allah loves not any ungrateful big sinner.
277. No doubt, those who accepted faith and did good deeds and established prayer and paid the Zakat, (poor-due)
Al-QuranEnglish Translation (Kanz-ul-Eeman)him Kingdom? When Ibrahim said, my Lord is He who gives life and causes death, said he, 'I give life and
cause death'. Ibrahim said, 'Well, Allah brings sun from East: bring ityou from the West. 'Thereupon the
infidels were confounded and Allah guides not the unjust people.
259. Or like him who passed by a town and it was laid down fallen upon its roofs. Spoke he, 'How Allah shall give
life to it after its death. Then Allah kept him died for a hundred years; then gave him life. Said, He! 'How long
you stayed here, submitted he 'I would have stayed a full day or a little less.' He said, 'Noyou have passed a
hundred years, and look atyour food and drink; they are not stinked as yet and look at your ass whose bones
even are not safe. And this is that We may make you a sign for the people. And look at these bones how, We
set them up, then cover them with flesh. When this matter became clear to him, said, 'I knowvery well that
Allah is Potent over all things.
260. And when Ibrahim submitted, 'O myLord, show me how You shall give life to the dead.' Said He, 'do you not
believe.' Submitted he, 'why not, but I like that my heart may be at rest. 'Said He, 'then well, taking four birds,
make them familiar to you, then put a part of each of them on each hill, thereafter call them they will come to
yourunning with their feet. Andknow that Allah is Mighty, Wise.
261. The example of those who spend their wealth in the way of Allah is like that of a grain which caused to grow
seven ears and in each ear one hundred grains and Allah may increase more than that for whomsoever He
pleases; and Allah is Bountiful, All-knowing.
262. Those who spend their wealth in the way of Allah, then after spending neither boast of favours conferred nor
injure, their reward is with their Lord, and they shall have no fear, nor any grief.
263. To speak kind word and to forgive is better than that; charity followed by injury. And Allah is above want,
Clement.
264. O Believers! Void not your charities by boasting ofyour favours conferred and injuring, like him who spent his
wealth for showing to people and believes not in Allah and Last Day. Then the example of him is like that of a
smoothrock on which is dust of earth; now a heavy rain fell upon it leaving it a bare stone. They shall have no
control on anything of what they have earned and Allah guides not the infidels.
265. And the example of those who spend their wealth in seeking the pleasure of Allah and for strengthening their
hearts is like that garden which is on an elevated ground; a heavyrain fell upon it then it brought forth its
fruits two fold; again if a heavyrainreaches it not, then dew suffices. And Allah is seeing whatyou do.
266. Would any one ofyou like it that he would have a garden of dates and grapes beneath whichrivers would have
been flowing; for him, there is every kind of fruit in it, and old age came to him and he has weak children, then
came a whirlwind on it in which there was fire, so it was burnt? Thus Allah explains toyou His signs, so that
you may ponder.
267. O Believers! Give something of your pure earnings and of what We produce from the earth for you; and intend
not to give especiallyvile of it, whereas ifyou get of it,you will not accept unless you closeyour eyes in it. And
know that Allah is free of all wants, Praiseworthy.
268. The devil dreadsyou of destitution and commandsyou of lewdness, and Allah promises you forgiveness and
abundance. And Allah is All -Embracing All-Knowing.
269. Allah grants wisdom to whom He pleases and he who got wisdom indeed got abundant good; and none
accepts counsel but men of under" standing.
270. And whatsoever you spend or vows Allahknows it and the unjust have no helpers.
271. If you give charity openly then what a good thing it is; and if you give to beggars hidingly it is better foryou
than every thing, and He will remove some of your sins. And Allah is Aware of what you do.
272. To guide them is notyour responsibility; yes Allah guides whomsoever He pleases. And whatsoever good thing
you give it is for your own good, and it is not proper for you to spend but for seeking pleasure of Allah and
whatever of wealth you give, you will get back in full and you shall not be wronged.
273. For those beggars who are detained in the way of Allah, they cannot move about in the earth. The ignorant
man thinks them wealthy because of their restraint. You shallrecognise them from their faces; they do not beg
of men importunately. And whateveryou give in charity Allahknows it.
274. Those who spend their wealth (in charity) in the night and in the day secretly and openly. They have their
reward with theirLord. There is neither any fear nor any grief to them.
275. Those who devour interest shall not stand on the Day of judgement, but like the standing of one whom the evil
spirit has by touching made mad. This is because they said 'The trade too is like interest,' and Allah made trade
lawful and made interest unlawful. So he, whoreceived admonition from his Lord andrefrained, then whatever
he took before is lawful to him, and his affair is with Allah. And now whoever shall commit such. Fault, they are
men of hell, they will live therein for longer period.
276. Allah destroys interest and increases charity and Allah loves not any ungrateful big sinner.
277. No doubt, those who accepted faith and did good deeds and established prayer and paid the Zakat, (poor-due)