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Tuesday, 25 December 2012

QURAN KARIM SURAH#9AL-TAUBAH(REPENTANCE DISPENSATION TOTAL VERSES 129.

SURAHNBR#9 AL-TAUBAH(REPENTANCE,DISPENSATION)
Revealed at: Madinah
Total Verses: 129
1. This is declaration of disassociation from Allah and His Messenger to those idolaters with whom you had
entered into a contract and they did not keep it.
2. Then go about in the land for four months and know thatyou can not tire Allah and Allah is to humiliate the
infidels.
3. And there is proclamation from Allah and His Messenger to all People on the day of Great Pilgrimage that Allah
is rid of the polytheists and so His Messenger, ifyou then repent it is then good for you, and if you turnyou'
face then know thatyou cannot tire Allah. And give good tidings to infidels of a painful torment.
4. But those associators with whom you had covenanted they did not detract anything in your Contract, and did
not help any one againstyou then fulfil their covenant till the promised day. Undoubtedly, Allah loves the pious
ones.
5. Then when the sacred months have passed, slay the associators wherever you find them and catch them, and
confine them and sit in wait for them at every place; again if they repent and establish prayer and give the
poor-due then leave their way. Verily Allah isForgiving, Merciful.
6. And 'O beloved Prophet'. If any of the associators ask your protection, then give him protection that he may
hear the word of Allah then convey him to his place of security. This is because they are the people ignorant.

7. How there shall be any covenant for the associators with Allah and His Messenger but those with whom you
covenanted near the Sacred Mosque! Then as long as they keep their covenant for you, you should also stand
for them. Undoubtedly, Allah loves the pious ones.
8. How(Can it be) their condition is this that if they prevail againstyou, then neither they would care for
relationship nor for agreement. They pleaseyou with their mouths, and their heartsrefuse, and most of them
are disobedient.
9. They have sold the Signs of Allah for a meagre price, and then they barred from His path. Undoubtedly, they
do evil deeds.
10. They neither have regard of relationship or agreement in any Muslim. And they are the transgressors.
11. Again if theyrepent and establish prayer and pay the poor-due(Zakat) then they areyour brothers, in faith.
And We explain the signs in detail for a people who know.
12. If they break their oaths after their covenant, and taunt at your religion, then fight with the leaders of infidelity.
Undoubtedly, their oaths are nothing. Haply they may desist.
13. Will you not fight with a people who have broken their oaths and resolved to turn out the Messenger, although
the beginning is from them? Doyou fear them?Linen Allah is Most Worthy thatyou should fear Him ifyou
believe (Him).
14. Then fight them, Allah will torment them at your hands and will humiliate them and will help you against them,
and will heal the breasts of the believers.
15. And willremove the anger of their hearts, and Allahrelent of whomsoever He pleases, and Allah is Knowing,
Wise.
16. Are you in this conception that you would be left alone, and Allah has notyet madeknown those of you who
will struggle and will not take any one as a confident except Allah and His Messenger and the muslims. Allah is
Aware of whatyou do?
17. It is not for the associators that they should inhabit the mosque of Allah, bearing witnesses of infidelity against
themselves. Their entire works are destroyed, and they shall abide in theFire.
18. They only inhabit the mosques of Allah who believe in Allah and theLast Day and establish prayer and pay the
poor-due(Zakat) and fear none but Allah, therefore it is near that these people may be among the guided
ones.
19. Then doyou hold the offering of water to the pilgrims and service of the Sacred Mosque equal to one who
believed in Allah and the Last Day and struggled in the path of Allah? They are not equal in the sight of Allah,
And Allah guides not the unjust people.
20. Those who believed and emigrated and fought with their wealth and lives in the path of Allah have the highest
rank near Allah. And they are they who reached to their goal.
21. Their Lord does give them glad tidings of His Mercy and of His Pleasure and of those gardens wherein there is
lasting bliss for them.
22. They will abide there in forever. Undoubtedly, there is great reward with Allah.
23. 'O Believers! Take notyour fathers and brothers for friends, if they prefer infidelity over faith. And who so of
you will be-friend them, then they are they who are unjust.
24. Say you 'Ifyour fathers, andyour sons and your brothers and your wives and your clan and the wealth of your
earning and the trade of which you fear loss and the houses of your choice, these things are dearer toyou
than Allah and His Messenger and the struggling in His path, then wait till Allah brings His Command. And Allah
guides not the disobedients.
25. Undoubtedly, Allah did helpyou at many places and on the day of Hunain whenyou had boasted on your
multitude, it availed you nothing, and the land being sovast, became straitened to you, then you turnedyour
backsretreating
26. Then Allah sent down His Calm upon His Messenger and upon Muslims, and He sent down the hosts that you
did not see and chastised the infidels. And this is the punishment of therejecters.
27. Thereafter Allah will relent whom He pleases. And Allah is Forgiving, Merciful.
28. 'O believers! The associators are altogether unclean, then let them not approach the sacred Mosque after this
year. And ifyou fear poverty, then soon Allah shall enrich you of His bounty if He pleases. Verily, Allah is
Knowing, Wise.
29. Fight those who believe not in Allah, and in theLast Day, and accept not as unlawful what Allah and His
messenger made unlawful, and follow not the true faith that is to say those who were Coven the Book until
they pay the required tax with their own hands being brought low.
30. And the Jews, said, "Uzair is the son of Allah" and the Christians said 'Masih (Christ) is the son of Allah' These
things, they utter with their mouths. They imitate the sayings of the infidels before them. Allah assail them,
whither they are perverting?

31. They have taken their priests and monks as gods besides Allah and also Masih son of Maryam; and they were
Commanded not but this that that they worship only one Allah; none is to be worshipped except He. Hallowed
be He from their polytheism.
32. They wish to put off the light of Allah with their mouths and Allah will not agree but to perfect His light, though
the infidels may dislike it.
33. It is He who has sent His Messenger with guidance and truereligion that He may make it prevail over all
religions, though the infidels may dislike it.
34. 'O believers! Verily many of the priests and monks devour the wealth of the people wrongfully and bar from the
path of Allah. And those who hoard up gold and silver and spend not in the path of Allah give them the good
tidings of a painful torment.
35. The day when they shall be heated in the fire of the Hell, then their foreheads and sides and backs shall be
branded therewith. This is what you had hoarded for yourselves, now taste the hoarding.
36. Undoubtedly, the number of months with Allah is twelve in the Book of Allah since the day He made the
Heavens and Earth four of them are sacred. This is theright religion, then wrong not yourselves in these
months, and fight the infidels at all times, as they fight with you, all times Andknow that Allah is with the pious
ones.
37. Their postponement of the months are not but an increase in infidelity, with which the infidels are misguided,
they make it lawful oneyear and hold it unlawful another year, that they may make up the number which Allah
has sanctified, and make lawful what Allah has forbidden. Theirvile deeds seem fair in their eyes and Allah
guides not the infidel
38. 'O Believers! What happened to you, that when it is said to you, 'Go forth in the way of Allah,you sit down on
the earth heavily'? Have you chosen the life of this work in preference to the Hereafter? And the goods of the
living worlds in comparison with that of the Hereafter is nothing but little.
39. If you will not march forth, He will punish you with a severe punishment and will replace you by another
people, andyou can do no harm to Him. And Allah can do every thing
40. If you help him(The beloved Prophet) not, then no doubt, Allah helped him, when on account of the mischief
of the infidels, he was to go out with only two souls, when they both were in the Cave, and when he said to his
companion 'Grieve not, no doubt Allah is with us', then Allah sent down His satisfaction on him, and helped him
with armies which you did not see, and put down the words of the infidels. It is the word of Allah, alone which
is supreme, and Allah is Dominant, Wise.
41. March forth with light soul, or with heavy heart and struggle in the way of Allah with your wealth and lives. It is
better for you, ifyou know.
42. If there had been any near gain, or an average journey, then they would have certainly gone withyou, but the
hard journey seemed too long to them, and now they will swear by Allah, that if we had been able, then we
would have surely gone withyou. They ruin their souls, and Allah knows that undoubtedly, they are necessarily
liars.
43. Allah forgiveyou, why didyou then permit them, till the true one had not become manifest toyou and the liars
had not become clear?
44. And those who would believe in Allah and the Last Day would not ask leave ofyou from struggling with their
wealth and their lives. And Allah knows well the duty-bound.
45. Those only ask you this leave who do not believe in Allah and the Last Day and their hearts are in doubts, then
in their doubts they waver.
46. Had they willed to go forth, they would have made some preparation for it; but God disliked their rousing, so
He made them lethargic, and it was said to them 'remain sitting with those who sit'.
47. If they would have come out among you, they would have added you nothing except trouble and would have
run to and from inyour midst seeking to cause sedition among you, and there are amongyou, their spies. And
Allah Knows well the unjust.
48. No doubt, they already sought to create disorder before, and turned the plans upside down for youO' Beloved!
Till the truth came and Allah's command appeared.
49. And any one among them submits before you like this, 'Give me leave, and put me not in trial',Listen, they
have already fallen into trial. And undoubtedly, the hell has surrounded the infidels.
50. If good befalls you, then it hurts them, and if any misfortune comes toyou, then they say 'We had already set
right our works before, and turn backrejoicing.
51. Say you 'nothing shallreach us, but what Allah has ordained for us. He is our Protector, and the Muslims
should keep trust in Allah only.
52. Say you, 'What you are waiting for us but one of the two goods'? And we are waiting for you that Allah shall
afflictyou with a torment from Himself, or with our hands. Now wait then, we are also waiting with you'.

53. Say you, 'Spend willingly or unwillingly, it shall not be accepted from you. No doubt,you are a people
disobedient.
54. And what they spend. Its acceptance was not barred. But because theyrejected Allah and His Messenger and
come not to prayers but lazily, and spend not but unwillingly
55. Then let not their wealth and their children astonishyou. Allah only intends to punish them with these things in
the life of the world and that their souls may depart while they are infidels.
56. They swear by Allah that they are from amongstyou and they are not from amongstyou,yes they are afraid.
57. If they find a place ofrefuge, or cave or a place to creep into, they will turn there to rushing headlong.
58. And of them, some one is he who blamesyou withregard to the distribution of charities, then if they get some
thing of these, they are pleased, and if they get not, then they are angry.
59. What a good it had been, if they would have been pleased with what Allah and His Messenger had given them
and would have said 'Sufficient for us is Allah', Now Allah is to give us of His Bounty, and so the Messenger of
Allah. To Allah only we lean.
60. The poor-due(Zakat) is only for those who are poor and needy and those who collect it, and for those whose
hearts are to be conciliated for Islam, and for the freeing of slaves, and for debtors, and for spending in the
way of Allah and for the traveller. This has been ordained by Allah. And Allah is Knowing, Wise.
61. And of them some are those who hurt the Prophet and say, 'He is an ear, say 'He is an ear for good ofyou,
believes in Allah and believes the words of Muslims, and is a mercy for those who are Muslims amongyou.' And
those who hurt the Messenger, for them is the painful torment.
62. They swear by Allah before you may be pleased and Allah and His Messenger had greaterright, that they
should please him, if they had faith.
63. Are they not aware that whoso opposes Allah and His Messengers then for him is the fire of the Hell in which
he will abide for ever? This is the great humiliation
64. The hypocrites fear lest a Surah (Chapter) should be sent down to them informing them, what is in their
hearts. Say you 'Mock on, truly Allah is about toreveal whatyou fear.'
65. AndO' beloved Prophet! If you ask to them, they will say 'We were only jesting and playing'. Say you; 'Doyou
mock at Allah and His signs and His Messengers?'
66. Make no excuses, you have already become disbeliveers after being muslims. If We forgive some one ofyou,
then We shall chastise others because they were guilty.
67. The hypocrites' men and women are the birds of the same feather; they bid evil and forbid from doing good,
and (they) keep their hands closed. They have left Allah then Allah has left them. No doubt the hypocrites are
the confirmed disobedients.
68. Allah has promised the hypocrites men and hypocrites' women and infidels, the fire of the Hell, wherein they
will abide forever. That is sufficient for them, and the curse of Allah is upon them, and for them is the lasting
torment.
69. As those before you, they were mightier thanyou in strength, and more abundant in wealth and children. They
enjoyed their share then you enjoyyour share just as those beforeyou enjoyed their share, andyou indulged
ingesting just as they indulged. Their works are wasted in the world and the Hereafter, and they are the people
who are losers.
70. Have they not received the news of those before them the people of Nooh, and Aad and Thamud, and the
people of Ibrahim, and the men of Madian and the overthrown towns? Their Messengers had brought to them
bright evidences; then it was not befitting to Allah that He might have wronged them, but they were
themselves unjust to their souls.
71. And the Muslim men and women are friends to one another, bid for good and forbid evil and establish prayer
and pay the poor-due(Zakat) and obey Allah and His Messenger. These are they on whom soon Allah will have
mercy. Undoubtedly Allah is, Dominant, Wise.
72. Allah has promised to Muslim men and Muslim women Gardens under which rivers flow, wherein they shall
reside forever and clean houses in the inhabitable gardens. And the pleasure of Allah is the greatest. This is the
achievement of the greater Goal.
73. 'O Communicator of the hidden news,(Prophet) fight against the infidels and the hypocrites and be strict to
them Their destination is Hell and what an evil place ofreturn.
74. They swear by Allah that they said it not, and no doubt, necessarily they uttered the word of infidelity and
became infidels after accepting Islam and they had desired that Which they could not get; and what they felt
bad, only this that Allah and His Messenger has enriched them out of His grace; then if they repent, it is good
for them, and if they turn their faces then Allah will chastise them with a severe torment in the world and the
Hereafter and on the earth they shall have neither any supporter nor any helper.
75. And of them, there are some who had covenanted with Allah that if He will give us out of His grace then we

shall surely give in charity and we shall surely become good men.
76. Then when Allah gave them out of His grace, they became niggardly of it and turned away turning their faces.
77. Therefore after it Allah put hypocrisy in their hearts, until the Day they meet Him -the recompense of that they
acted against what they had promised to Allah and the recompense of that they used to lie.
78. Are they not aware that Allah Knows the secrets of their hearts and their whisper and Allah is the well Knower
of all hidden things?
79. Those who blame those muslims who give charity willingly and those who get not but with their hard labour, so
they laugh at them. Allah will punish them for their laughing and for them is the painful.
80. Ask you forgiveness for them or ask not. If you will ask forgiveness for them seventy times, Allah will never
forgive them. This is because that they haverejected Allah and His Messenger. And Allah guides not the
disobedients.
81. Those who were left behind delighted at this that they remained sitting behind the Messenger and they did not
like that they may fight in the way of Allah with their wealth and lives and said Come not out in this treat' say
you 'the fire of the Hell is the hottest! In any manner they would have understood!
82. Let them laugh little and weep much, inrecompense what they used to earn.
83. Then if, O beloved Prophet! Allahreturnsyou to a party of them, and they askyou leave to go forth to fight,
then say you 'Never shall you march forth with me, nor ever fight with any enemy of me. You chose to sit at
home the first time, then remain sitting with those who remained behind.'
84. And pray you never over any of their dead, and not stand over his grave. No doubt, they rejected Allah and His
Messenger and died while they were disobedient.
85. Be not astonished over their wealth and children Allah only intends to punish them there with in this world, and
that they part with their souls while they are infidels.
86. And when any Sura(Chapter) is sent down, that believe in Allah and fight with His Messenger, then the men of
capability among them ask leave ofyou and say 'Leave us toremain with those who sit behind'.
87. They like that they shouldremain with the women left behind, and their hearts are sealed up, so that they
understand nothing.
88. But the Messenger and those who believed with him, fought with their wealth and lives. And it is they for
whom are goods, and it is they who reached to their goal.
89. Allah has prepared for them Gardens under whichrivers flow; they shall abide forever therein. This is the
attainment of supreme object
90. And there came excuse seekers from the villagers in order that leave may be given to them, and those who lied
to Allah and His Messenger sat behind. Soon a painful torment shall befall to the infidels of them.
91. There is not any fault on the weak, and on the sick and nor on those who are not capable to spend, when they
are sincere to Allah and His Messenger. There is no way against the good-doers. And Allah is Forgiving,
Merciful.
92. Nor on those who came to you that you may provide carriage to them,you said have nothing whereon to
mountyou' so they return back and their eyes overflow with tears because of this grief that they could not find
the ability to spend.
93. The accountability is only of those who ask leave ofyou and they arerich. They liked to sit behind with the
women and Allah has sealed up their hearts; so they know nothing.
94. They will make excuses to you whenyou will return to them. Say you, 'make no ' excuses, we will never
believe you, Allah has already given your news to us. And now Allah and His messenger will see your works
then you will be returned to Him Who knows all unseen andvisible, He will tell you whatyou used to do.
95. Now they will swear by Allah beforeyou, when you will return back to them in order thatyou may not mind of
them, then yes, mind them not. They are wholly filthy and their destination is Hell arecompense what they
used to earn.
96. They swear before you that you may be pleased with them. But if you are pleased with them, then no doubt,
Allah will not be pleased with a people dis-obedient.
97. They villagers are more stubborn in infidelity and hypocrisy and they are only worthy of this that theyremain
ignorant of the commands which, Allah has sent down upon His messenger. And Allah is knowing, Wise.
98. And among the villagers some are those who regard hat they spend in the way of Allah as fine, andremain
waiting of misfortunes coming to you. On them is the evil turn. And Allah Hears. Knows.
99. And among the villagers some are those who believe in Allah and the Last Day, and regard what they spend as
' approaches to Allah and means of taking blessings of the messenger. Yes, that is the means of nearness for
them to enter into His mercy. Undoubtedly! Allah isForgiving, Merciful,
100. And the first and foremost emigrants and helpers and those who followed them with good. Allah is pleased
with them and they are pleased with Allah and for them, He has prepared gardens under whichrivers flow.

This is the great success.
101. And some villagers around you are hypocrites and some of the dwellers of Madina too, hypocrisy has become
their habit. Youknow them not. We know them. We will soon torment them twice. Then they will be resumed
to a great torment.
102. And there are some others who acknowledge their sins and mixed up a good deed with another evil. It is near
that Allah may accept their repentance. No doubt Allah isForgiving. Merciful.
103. 'O beloved prophet! Realise the poor-due(Zakat) out of their wealth. to purify them and cleanse them
therewith and pray good for them. No doubt.your prayer is solace for their hearts. And Allah Hears. Knows.
104. Are they not aware that only Allah accepts therepentance of His bondmen and takes the charities in His
authoritative Hand Himself, and that it is Allah Who is the Relenting. The Merciful.
105. And say you. 'work on, now Allah will behold your work and so His messenger and the muslims. Andyou will
soon be returned to Him Who knows all unseen and visible. Then He will inform you whatyou used to do.
106. And some other have been deferred to Allah's commandment. Whether He may torment them or may accept
theirrepentance. And Allah is Knowing Wise
107. And those who have built a mosque in order to injure and because of infidelity and to cause dissension among
muslims and as an ambush for him who is already against Allah and His messenger from before. And they will
surely swear that we desired only good. And Allah bears witness that they are certainly liars.
108. You stand never in that mosque. No doubt the mosque whose foundation has been laid onrighteousness from
the very first day is worthy that you may stand therein. There in are those who desire to be well purified and
Allah loves the pure.
109. Then is he who laid foundation upon the fear of Allah and His pleasure better or he who laid his foundation on
the brink of a falling pit, then he fell with it in the fire of the Hell? And Allah does not give way to the people
unjust.
110. The building, which they have built, will continue to waver in their hearts unless their hearts may cut into
pieces. And Allah is Knowing, Wise.
111. No doubt. Allah has purchased from the muslims their lives and their belongings against this return, that for
them is Paradise, they fight in the way of Allah, then theykill and arekilled; true promise on His generous
responsibility in the Taurah and the Injeel and theQuran. And who is, true to his words than Allah'? Rejoice
then in your trade ' which you have done with Him And it is this which is, the great triumph.
112. Those who repent, those who worship, those who praise, those who fast, those who bow, those who prostrate,
those who tell good and forbid evil and those who watch the limits of Allah. And giveyou glad tidings to
Muslims.
113. It is not worthy for the prophet and the believers to ask forgiveness for the associators, even though they are
relatives, after it has been made clear to them that they are men of Hell.
114. And Abraham's asking forgiveness for his father was not but on account a promise, he had made to Him But
when it was made clear to him that he is an enemy of Allah, he dis-associated him self from him No doubt,
Abraham is a most lament, clement.
115. And it is not the attribute of Allah that He should lead astray any people after He has guided them. Until He
makes clear to them as to what they have to guard against. Undoubtedly, Allahknows every thing.
116. Assuredly! It is Allah for Whom is the Kingdom of heavens and earth. He gives life and causes death. Andyou
had no protector nor helper beside Allah.
117. No doubt, blessings of Allah turned towards the Communicator of the hidden news (prophet) and those
emigrants and helpers who sided with him in the hour of hardship. After it that the hearts of some of them
were nearly to be swerved aside. Then He turned towards them with blessing. Undoubtedly. To them He is
Most Kind. Merciful.
118. And to the three who were left behind, so much so that the earth being sovast became strait to them, and
they became tired of their own lives, and they believed that there is no refuge from Allah but with Him. Then,
He accepted their repentance that they mightremain repenting. Undoubtedly, it is Allah Who is Relenting, the
Merciful.
119. 'O believers!Fear Allah and be with the truthful.
120. It was not proper for the inhabitants of Madina and the villagers around them to remain sitting behind the
messenger of Allah, nor that they should consider their own lives more dear than his life. This is so because
whatever they face as thirst or distress or hunger in the way of Allah, and wherever they tread a place which
enrages the infidels for all these things, good deed is written for them. Assuredly Allah wastes not thereward
of the good.
121. And whatever they spend, small or great and the valley they cross, all is written for them so that Allah may
recompense them for their best deeds.

122. And it is not possible for Muslims that all should come out. Then why should not a party from each group
should come out that they may gain understanding of religion and warn their people after coming back to
them, haply they may guard themselves.
123. 'O believers' fight the infidels who are close to you, and let them find in you harshness and know that Allah is
with the duty-bound.
124. Whenever a Sura is sent down. Then anyone of them begins to say, 'Which of you has this increased in faith?
Then as for those who believe, it has increased them in faith. And they are rejoicing.
125. And as for those in whose hearts there is disease, it has increased them in filthiness upon filthiness and they
died while they are infidels.
126. Do they not observe that? They are being tried every year once or twice. Even then neither they repent nor
accept admonition.
127. And whenever any Sura is sent down, they begin to look at on each other. Whether any one watchesyou?
Then they turn away. Allah has turned away their hearts, because they are a people who do not understand.
128. Assuredly there has come toyou a messenger from among yourselves, heavy upon him isyour suffering;
ardently desirous ofyour welfare, and to Muslims is most Kind and Merciful.
129. If then they turn their faces, then say you, 'Allah is sufficient for me, none is to be worshiped except He. I put
my trust in Him, and He is the 'Lord of Supreme Throne.
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Total Verses: 129
1. This is declaration of disassociation from Allah and His Messenger to those idolaters with whom you had
entered into a contract and they did not keep it.
2. Then go about in the land for four months and know thatyou can not tire Allah and Allah is to humiliate the
infidels.
3. And there is proclamation from Allah and His Messenger to all People on the day of Great Pilgrimage that Allah
is rid of the polytheists and so His Messenger, ifyou then repent it is then good for you, and if you turnyou'
face then know thatyou cannot tire Allah. And give good tidings to infidels of a painful torment.
4. But those associators with whom you had covenanted they did not detract anything in your Contract, and did
not help any one againstyou then fulfil their covenant till the promised day. Undoubtedly, Allah loves the pious
ones.
5. Then when the sacred months have passed, slay the associators wherever you find them and catch them, and
confine them and sit in wait for them at every place; again if they repent and establish prayer and give the
poor-due then leave their way. Verily Allah isForgiving, Merciful.
6. And 'O beloved Prophet'. If any of the associators ask your protection, then give him protection that he may
hear the word of Allah then convey him to his place of security. This is because they are the people ignorant.
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7. How there shall be any covenant for the associators with Allah and His Messenger but those with whom you
covenanted near the Sacred Mosque! Then as long as they keep their covenant for you, you should also stand
for them. Undoubtedly, Allah loves the pious ones.
8. How(Can it be) their condition is this that if they prevail againstyou, then neither they would care for
relationship nor for agreement. They pleaseyou with their mouths, and their heartsrefuse, and most of them
are disobedient.
9. They have sold the Signs of Allah for a meagre price, and then they barred from His path. Undoubtedly, they
do evil deeds.
10. They neither have regard of relationship or agreement in any Muslim. And they are the transgressors.
11. Again if theyrepent and establish prayer and pay the poor-due(Zakat) then they areyour brothers, in faith.
And We explain the signs in detail for a people who know.
12. If they break their oaths after their covenant, and taunt at your religion, then fight with the leaders of infidelity.
Undoubtedly, their oaths are nothing. Haply they may desist.
13. Will you not fight with a people who have broken their oaths and resolved to turn out the Messenger, although
the beginning is from them? Doyou fear them?Linen Allah is Most Worthy thatyou should fear Him ifyou
believe (Him).
14. Then fight them, Allah will torment them at your hands and will humiliate them and will help you against them,
and will heal the breasts of the believers.
15. And willremove the anger of their hearts, and Allahrelent of whomsoever He pleases, and Allah is Knowing,
Wise.
16. Are you in this conception that you would be left alone, and Allah has notyet madeknown those of you who
will struggle and will not take any one as a confident except Allah and His Messenger and the muslims. Allah is
Aware of whatyou do?
17. It is not for the associators that they should inhabit the mosque of Allah, bearing witnesses of infidelity against
themselves. Their entire works are destroyed, and they shall abide in theFire.
18. They only inhabit the mosques of Allah who believe in Allah and theLast Day and establish prayer and pay the
poor-due(Zakat) and fear none but Allah, therefore it is near that these people may be among the guided
ones.
19. Then doyou hold the offering of water to the pilgrims and service of the Sacred Mosque equal to one who
believed in Allah and the Last Day and struggled in the path of Allah? They are not equal in the sight of Allah,
And Allah guides not the unjust people.
20. Those who believed and emigrated and fought with their wealth and lives in the path of Allah have the highest
rank near Allah. And they are they who reached to their goal.
21. Their Lord does give them glad tidings of His Mercy and of His Pleasure and of those gardens wherein there is
lasting bliss for them.
22. They will abide there in forever. Undoubtedly, there is great reward with Allah.
23. 'O Believers! Take notyour fathers and brothers for friends, if they prefer infidelity over faith. And who so of
you will be-friend them, then they are they who are unjust.
24. Say you 'Ifyour fathers, andyour sons and your brothers and your wives and your clan and the wealth of your
earning and the trade of which you fear loss and the houses of your choice, these things are dearer toyou
than Allah and His Messenger and the struggling in His path, then wait till Allah brings His Command. And Allah
guides not the disobedients.
25. Undoubtedly, Allah did helpyou at many places and on the day of Hunain whenyou had boasted on your
multitude, it availed you nothing, and the land being sovast, became straitened to you, then you turnedyour
backsretreating
26. Then Allah sent down His Calm upon His Messenger and upon Muslims, and He sent down the hosts that you
did not see and chastised the infidels. And this is the punishment of therejecters.
27. Thereafter Allah will relent whom He pleases. And Allah is Forgiving, Merciful.
28. 'O believers! The associators are altogether unclean, then let them not approach the sacred Mosque after this
year. And ifyou fear poverty, then soon Allah shall enrich you of His bounty if He pleases. Verily, Allah is
Knowing, Wise.
29. Fight those who believe not in Allah, and in theLast Day, and accept not as unlawful what Allah and His
messenger made unlawful, and follow not the true faith that is to say those who were Coven the Book until
they pay the required tax with their own hands being brought low.
30. And the Jews, said, "Uzair is the son of Allah" and the Christians said 'Masih (Christ) is the son of Allah' These
things, they utter with their mouths. They imitate the sayings of the infidels before them. Allah assail them,
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31. They have taken their priests and monks as gods besides Allah and also Masih son of Maryam; and they were
Commanded not but this that that they worship only one Allah; none is to be worshipped except He. Hallowed
be He from their polytheism.
32. They wish to put off the light of Allah with their mouths and Allah will not agree but to perfect His light, though
the infidels may dislike it.
33. It is He who has sent His Messenger with guidance and truereligion that He may make it prevail over all
religions, though the infidels may dislike it.
34. 'O believers! Verily many of the priests and monks devour the wealth of the people wrongfully and bar from the
path of Allah. And those who hoard up gold and silver and spend not in the path of Allah give them the good
tidings of a painful torment.
35. The day when they shall be heated in the fire of the Hell, then their foreheads and sides and backs shall be
branded therewith. This is what you had hoarded for yourselves, now taste the hoarding.
36. Undoubtedly, the number of months with Allah is twelve in the Book of Allah since the day He made the
Heavens and Earth four of them are sacred. This is theright religion, then wrong not yourselves in these
months, and fight the infidels at all times, as they fight with you, all times Andknow that Allah is with the pious
ones.
37. Their postponement of the months are not but an increase in infidelity, with which the infidels are misguided,
they make it lawful oneyear and hold it unlawful another year, that they may make up the number which Allah
has sanctified, and make lawful what Allah has forbidden. Theirvile deeds seem fair in their eyes and Allah
guides not the infidel
38. 'O Believers! What happened to you, that when it is said to you, 'Go forth in the way of Allah,you sit down on
the earth heavily'? Have you chosen the life of this work in preference to the Hereafter? And the goods of the
living worlds in comparison with that of the Hereafter is nothing but little.
39. If you will not march forth, He will punish you with a severe punishment and will replace you by another
people, andyou can do no harm to Him. And Allah can do every thing
40. If you help him(The beloved Prophet) not, then no doubt, Allah helped him, when on account of the mischief
of the infidels, he was to go out with only two souls, when they both were in the Cave, and when he said to his
companion 'Grieve not, no doubt Allah is with us', then Allah sent down His satisfaction on him, and helped him
with armies which you did not see, and put down the words of the infidels. It is the word of Allah, alone which
is supreme, and Allah is Dominant, Wise.
41. March forth with light soul, or with heavy heart and struggle in the way of Allah with your wealth and lives. It is
better for you, ifyou know.
42. If there had been any near gain, or an average journey, then they would have certainly gone withyou, but the
hard journey seemed too long to them, and now they will swear by Allah, that if we had been able, then we
would have surely gone withyou. They ruin their souls, and Allah knows that undoubtedly, they are necessarily
liars.
43. Allah forgiveyou, why didyou then permit them, till the true one had not become manifest toyou and the liars
had not become clear?
44. And those who would believe in Allah and the Last Day would not ask leave ofyou from struggling with their
wealth and their lives. And Allah knows well the duty-bound.
45. Those only ask you this leave who do not believe in Allah and the Last Day and their hearts are in doubts, then
in their doubts they waver.
46. Had they willed to go forth, they would have made some preparation for it; but God disliked their rousing, so
He made them lethargic, and it was said to them 'remain sitting with those who sit'.
47. If they would have come out among you, they would have added you nothing except trouble and would have
run to and from inyour midst seeking to cause sedition among you, and there are amongyou, their spies. And
Allah Knows well the unjust.
48. No doubt, they already sought to create disorder before, and turned the plans upside down for youO' Beloved!
Till the truth came and Allah's command appeared.
49. And any one among them submits before you like this, 'Give me leave, and put me not in trial',Listen, they
have already fallen into trial. And undoubtedly, the hell has surrounded the infidels.
50. If good befalls you, then it hurts them, and if any misfortune comes toyou, then they say 'We had already set
right our works before, and turn backrejoicing.
51. Say you 'nothing shallreach us, but what Allah has ordained for us. He is our Protector, and the Muslims
should keep trust in Allah only.
52. Say you, 'What you are waiting for us but one of the two goods'? And we are waiting for you that Allah shall
afflictyou with a torment from Himself, or with our hands. Now wait then, we are also waiting with you'.
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53. Say you, 'Spend willingly or unwillingly, it shall not be accepted from you. No doubt,you are a people
disobedient.
54. And what they spend. Its acceptance was not barred. But because theyrejected Allah and His Messenger and
come not to prayers but lazily, and spend not but unwillingly
55. Then let not their wealth and their children astonishyou. Allah only intends to punish them with these things in
the life of the world and that their souls may depart while they are infidels.
56. They swear by Allah that they are from amongstyou and they are not from amongstyou,yes they are afraid.
57. If they find a place ofrefuge, or cave or a place to creep into, they will turn there to rushing headlong.
58. And of them, some one is he who blamesyou withregard to the distribution of charities, then if they get some
thing of these, they are pleased, and if they get not, then they are angry.
59. What a good it had been, if they would have been pleased with what Allah and His Messenger had given them
and would have said 'Sufficient for us is Allah', Now Allah is to give us of His Bounty, and so the Messenger of
Allah. To Allah only we lean.
60. The poor-due(Zakat) is only for those who are poor and needy and those who collect it, and for those whose
hearts are to be conciliated for Islam, and for the freeing of slaves, and for debtors, and for spending in the
way of Allah and for the traveller. This has been ordained by Allah. And Allah is Knowing, Wise.
61. And of them some are those who hurt the Prophet and say, 'He is an ear, say 'He is an ear for good ofyou,
believes in Allah and believes the words of Muslims, and is a mercy for those who are Muslims amongyou.' And
those who hurt the Messenger, for them is the painful torment.
62. They swear by Allah before you may be pleased and Allah and His Messenger had greaterright, that they
should please him, if they had faith.
63. Are they not aware that whoso opposes Allah and His Messengers then for him is the fire of the Hell in which
he will abide for ever? This is the great humiliation
64. The hypocrites fear lest a Surah (Chapter) should be sent down to them informing them, what is in their
hearts. Say you 'Mock on, truly Allah is about toreveal whatyou fear.'
65. AndO' beloved Prophet! If you ask to them, they will say 'We were only jesting and playing'. Say you; 'Doyou
mock at Allah and His signs and His Messengers?'
66. Make no excuses, you have already become disbeliveers after being muslims. If We forgive some one ofyou,
then We shall chastise others because they were guilty.
67. The hypocrites' men and women are the birds of the same feather; they bid evil and forbid from doing good,
and (they) keep their hands closed. They have left Allah then Allah has left them. No doubt the hypocrites are
the confirmed disobedients.
68. Allah has promised the hypocrites men and hypocrites' women and infidels, the fire of the Hell, wherein they
will abide forever. That is sufficient for them, and the curse of Allah is upon them, and for them is the lasting
torment.
69. As those before you, they were mightier thanyou in strength, and more abundant in wealth and children. They
enjoyed their share then you enjoyyour share just as those beforeyou enjoyed their share, andyou indulged
ingesting just as they indulged. Their works are wasted in the world and the Hereafter, and they are the people
who are losers.
70. Have they not received the news of those before them the people of Nooh, and Aad and Thamud, and the
people of Ibrahim, and the men of Madian and the overthrown towns? Their Messengers had brought to them
bright evidences; then it was not befitting to Allah that He might have wronged them, but they were
themselves unjust to their souls.
71. And the Muslim men and women are friends to one another, bid for good and forbid evil and establish prayer
and pay the poor-due(Zakat) and obey Allah and His Messenger. These are they on whom soon Allah will have
mercy. Undoubtedly Allah is, Dominant, Wise.
72. Allah has promised to Muslim men and Muslim women Gardens under which rivers flow, wherein they shall
reside forever and clean houses in the inhabitable gardens. And the pleasure of Allah is the greatest. This is the
achievement of the greater Goal.
73. 'O Communicator of the hidden news,(Prophet) fight against the infidels and the hypocrites and be strict to
them Their destination is Hell and what an evil place ofreturn.
74. They swear by Allah that they said it not, and no doubt, necessarily they uttered the word of infidelity and
became infidels after accepting Islam and they had desired that Which they could not get; and what they felt
bad, only this that Allah and His Messenger has enriched them out of His grace; then if they repent, it is good
for them, and if they turn their faces then Allah will chastise them with a severe torment in the world and the
Hereafter and on the earth they shall have neither any supporter nor any helper.
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shall surely give in charity and we shall surely become good men.
76. Then when Allah gave them out of His grace, they became niggardly of it and turned away turning their faces.
77. Therefore after it Allah put hypocrisy in their hearts, until the Day they meet Him -the recompense of that they
acted against what they had promised to Allah and the recompense of that they used to lie.
78. Are they not aware that Allah Knows the secrets of their hearts and their whisper and Allah is the well Knower
of all hidden things?
79. Those who blame those muslims who give charity willingly and those who get not but with their hard labour, so
they laugh at them. Allah will punish them for their laughing and for them is the painful.
80. Ask you forgiveness for them or ask not. If you will ask forgiveness for them seventy times, Allah will never
forgive them. This is because that they haverejected Allah and His Messenger. And Allah guides not the
disobedients.
81. Those who were left behind delighted at this that they remained sitting behind the Messenger and they did not
like that they may fight in the way of Allah with their wealth and lives and said Come not out in this treat' say
you 'the fire of the Hell is the hottest! In any manner they would have understood!
82. Let them laugh little and weep much, inrecompense what they used to earn.
83. Then if, O beloved Prophet! Allahreturnsyou to a party of them, and they askyou leave to go forth to fight,
then say you 'Never shall you march forth with me, nor ever fight with any enemy of me. You chose to sit at
home the first time, then remain sitting with those who remained behind.'
84. And pray you never over any of their dead, and not stand over his grave. No doubt, they rejected Allah and His
Messenger and died while they were disobedient.
85. Be not astonished over their wealth and children Allah only intends to punish them there with in this world, and
that they part with their souls while they are infidels.
86. And when any Sura(Chapter) is sent down, that believe in Allah and fight with His Messenger, then the men of
capability among them ask leave ofyou and say 'Leave us toremain with those who sit behind'.
87. They like that they shouldremain with the women left behind, and their hearts are sealed up, so that they
understand nothing.
88. But the Messenger and those who believed with him, fought with their wealth and lives. And it is they for
whom are goods, and it is they who reached to their goal.
89. Allah has prepared for them Gardens under whichrivers flow; they shall abide forever therein. This is the
attainment of supreme object
90. And there came excuse seekers from the villagers in order that leave may be given to them, and those who lied
to Allah and His Messenger sat behind. Soon a painful torment shall befall to the infidels of them.
91. There is not any fault on the weak, and on the sick and nor on those who are not capable to spend, when they
are sincere to Allah and His Messenger. There is no way against the good-doers. And Allah is Forgiving,
Merciful.
92. Nor on those who came to you that you may provide carriage to them,you said have nothing whereon to
mountyou' so they return back and their eyes overflow with tears because of this grief that they could not find
the ability to spend.
93. The accountability is only of those who ask leave ofyou and they arerich. They liked to sit behind with the
women and Allah has sealed up their hearts; so they know nothing.
94. They will make excuses to you whenyou will return to them. Say you, 'make no ' excuses, we will never
believe you, Allah has already given your news to us. And now Allah and His messenger will see your works
then you will be returned to Him Who knows all unseen andvisible, He will tell you whatyou used to do.
95. Now they will swear by Allah beforeyou, when you will return back to them in order thatyou may not mind of
them, then yes, mind them not. They are wholly filthy and their destination is Hell arecompense what they
used to earn.
96. They swear before you that you may be pleased with them. But if you are pleased with them, then no doubt,
Allah will not be pleased with a people dis-obedient.
97. They villagers are more stubborn in infidelity and hypocrisy and they are only worthy of this that theyremain
ignorant of the commands which, Allah has sent down upon His messenger. And Allah is knowing, Wise.
98. And among the villagers some are those who regard hat they spend in the way of Allah as fine, andremain
waiting of misfortunes coming to you. On them is the evil turn. And Allah Hears. Knows.
99. And among the villagers some are those who believe in Allah and the Last Day, and regard what they spend as
' approaches to Allah and means of taking blessings of the messenger. Yes, that is the means of nearness for
them to enter into His mercy. Undoubtedly! Allah isForgiving, Merciful,
100. And the first and foremost emigrants and helpers and those who followed them with good. Allah is pleased
with them and they are pleased with Allah and for them, He has prepared gardens under whichrivers flow.
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This is the great success.
101. And some villagers around you are hypocrites and some of the dwellers of Madina too, hypocrisy has become
their habit. Youknow them not. We know them. We will soon torment them twice. Then they will be resumed
to a great torment.
102. And there are some others who acknowledge their sins and mixed up a good deed with another evil. It is near
that Allah may accept their repentance. No doubt Allah isForgiving. Merciful.
103. 'O beloved prophet! Realise the poor-due(Zakat) out of their wealth. to purify them and cleanse them
therewith and pray good for them. No doubt.your prayer is solace for their hearts. And Allah Hears. Knows.
104. Are they not aware that only Allah accepts therepentance of His bondmen and takes the charities in His
authoritative Hand Himself, and that it is Allah Who is the Relenting. The Merciful.
105. And say you. 'work on, now Allah will behold your work and so His messenger and the muslims. Andyou will
soon be returned to Him Who knows all unseen and visible. Then He will inform you whatyou used to do.
106. And some other have been deferred to Allah's commandment. Whether He may torment them or may accept
theirrepentance. And Allah is Knowing Wise
107. And those who have built a mosque in order to injure and because of infidelity and to cause dissension among
muslims and as an ambush for him who is already against Allah and His messenger from before. And they will
surely swear that we desired only good. And Allah bears witness that they are certainly liars.
108. You stand never in that mosque. No doubt the mosque whose foundation has been laid onrighteousness from
the very first day is worthy that you may stand therein. There in are those who desire to be well purified and
Allah loves the pure.
109. Then is he who laid foundation upon the fear of Allah and His pleasure better or he who laid his foundation on
the brink of a falling pit, then he fell with it in the fire of the Hell? And Allah does not give way to the people
unjust.
110. The building, which they have built, will continue to waver in their hearts unless their hearts may cut into
pieces. And Allah is Knowing, Wise.
111. No doubt. Allah has purchased from the muslims their lives and their belongings against this return, that for
them is Paradise, they fight in the way of Allah, then theykill and arekilled; true promise on His generous
responsibility in the Taurah and the Injeel and theQuran. And who is, true to his words than Allah'? Rejoice
then in your trade ' which you have done with Him And it is this which is, the great triumph.
112. Those who repent, those who worship, those who praise, those who fast, those who bow, those who prostrate,
those who tell good and forbid evil and those who watch the limits of Allah. And giveyou glad tidings to
Muslims.
113. It is not worthy for the prophet and the believers to ask forgiveness for the associators, even though they are
relatives, after it has been made clear to them that they are men of Hell.
114. And Abraham's asking forgiveness for his father was not but on account a promise, he had made to Him But
when it was made clear to him that he is an enemy of Allah, he dis-associated him self from him No doubt,
Abraham is a most lament, clement.
115. And it is not the attribute of Allah that He should lead astray any people after He has guided them. Until He
makes clear to them as to what they have to guard against. Undoubtedly, Allahknows every thing.
116. Assuredly! It is Allah for Whom is the Kingdom of heavens and earth. He gives life and causes death. Andyou
had no protector nor helper beside Allah.
117. No doubt, blessings of Allah turned towards the Communicator of the hidden news (prophet) and those
emigrants and helpers who sided with him in the hour of hardship. After it that the hearts of some of them
were nearly to be swerved aside. Then He turned towards them with blessing. Undoubtedly. To them He is
Most Kind. Merciful.
118. And to the three who were left behind, so much so that the earth being sovast became strait to them, and
they became tired of their own lives, and they believed that there is no refuge from Allah but with Him. Then,
He accepted their repentance that they mightremain repenting. Undoubtedly, it is Allah Who is Relenting, the
Merciful.
119. 'O believers!Fear Allah and be with the truthful.
120. It was not proper for the inhabitants of Madina and the villagers around them to remain sitting behind the
messenger of Allah, nor that they should consider their own lives more dear than his life. This is so because
whatever they face as thirst or distress or hunger in the way of Allah, and wherever they tread a place which
enrages the infidels for all these things, good deed is written for them. Assuredly Allah wastes not thereward
of the good.
121. And whatever they spend, small or great and the valley they cross, all is written for them so that Allah may
recompense them for their best deeds.
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122. And it is not possible for Muslims that all should come out. Then why should not a party from each group
should come out that they may gain understanding of religion and warn their people after coming back to
them, haply they may guard themselves.
123. 'O believers' fight the infidels who are close to you, and let them find in you harshness and know that Allah is
with the duty-bound.
124. Whenever a Sura is sent down. Then anyone of them begins to say, 'Which of you has this increased in faith?
Then as for those who believe, it has increased them in faith. And they are rejoicing.
125. And as for those in whose hearts there is disease, it has increased them in filthiness upon filthiness and they
died while they are infidels.
126. Do they not observe that? They are being tried every year once or twice. Even then neither they repent nor
accept admonition.
127. And whenever any Sura is sent down, they begin to look at on each other. Whether any one watchesyou?
Then they turn away. Allah has turned away their hearts, because they are a people who do not understand.
128. Assuredly there has come toyou a messenger from among yourselves, heavy upon him isyour suffering;
ardently desirous ofyour welfare, and to Muslims is most Kind and Merciful.
129. If then they turn their faces, then say you, 'Allah is sufficient for me, none is to be worshiped except He. I put
my trust in Him, and He is the 'Lord of Supreme Throne.
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1. This is declaration of disassociation from Allah and His Messenger to those idolaters with whom you had
entered into a contract and they did not keep it.
2. Then go about in the land for four months and know thatyou can not tire Allah and Allah is to humiliate the
infidels.
3. And there is proclamation from Allah and His Messenger to all People on the day of Great Pilgrimage that Allah
is rid of the polytheists and so His Messenger, ifyou then repent it is then good for you, and if you turnyou'
face then know thatyou cannot tire Allah. And give good tidings to infidels of a painful torment.
4. But those associators with whom you had covenanted they did not detract anything in your Contract, and did
not help any one againstyou then fulfil their covenant till the promised day. Undoubtedly, Allah loves the pious
ones.
5. Then when the sacred months have passed, slay the associators wherever you find them and catch them, and
confine them and sit in wait for them at every place; again if they repent and establish prayer and give the
poor-due then leave their way. Verily Allah isForgiving, Merciful.
6. And 'O beloved Prophet'. If any of the associators ask your protection, then give him protection that he may
hear the word of Allah then convey him to his place of security. This is because they are the people ignorant.
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7. How there shall be any covenant for the associators with Allah and His Messenger but those with whom you
covenanted near the Sacred Mosque! Then as long as they keep their covenant for you, you should also stand
for them. Undoubtedly, Allah loves the pious ones.
8. How(Can it be) their condition is this that if they prevail againstyou, then neither they would care for
relationship nor for agreement. They pleaseyou with their mouths, and their heartsrefuse, and most of them
are disobedient.
9. They have sold the Signs of Allah for a meagre price, and then they barred from His path. Undoubtedly, they
do evil deeds.
10. They neither have regard of relationship or agreement in any Muslim. And they are the transgressors.
11. Again if theyrepent and establish prayer and pay the poor-due(Zakat) then they areyour brothers, in faith.
And We explain the signs in detail for a people who know.
12. If they break their oaths after their covenant, and taunt at your religion, then fight with the leaders of infidelity.
Undoubtedly, their oaths are nothing. Haply they may desist.
13. Will you not fight with a people who have broken their oaths and resolved to turn out the Messenger, although
the beginning is from them? Doyou fear them?Linen Allah is Most Worthy thatyou should fear Him ifyou
believe (Him).
14. Then fight them, Allah will torment them at your hands and will humiliate them and will help you against them,
and will heal the breasts of the believers.
15. And willremove the anger of their hearts, and Allahrelent of whomsoever He pleases, and Allah is Knowing,
Wise.
16. Are you in this conception that you would be left alone, and Allah has notyet madeknown those of you who
will struggle and will not take any one as a confident except Allah and His Messenger and the muslims. Allah is
Aware of whatyou do?
17. It is not for the associators that they should inhabit the mosque of Allah, bearing witnesses of infidelity against
themselves. Their entire works are destroyed, and they shall abide in theFire.
18. They only inhabit the mosques of Allah who believe in Allah and theLast Day and establish prayer and pay the
poor-due(Zakat) and fear none but Allah, therefore it is near that these people may be among the guided
ones.
19. Then doyou hold the offering of water to the pilgrims and service of the Sacred Mosque equal to one who
believed in Allah and the Last Day and struggled in the path of Allah? They are not equal in the sight of Allah,
And Allah guides not the unjust people.
20. Those who believed and emigrated and fought with their wealth and lives in the path of Allah have the highest
rank near Allah. And they are they who reached to their goal.
21. Their Lord does give them glad tidings of His Mercy and of His Pleasure and of those gardens wherein there is
lasting bliss for them.
22. They will abide there in forever. Undoubtedly, there is great reward with Allah.
23. 'O Believers! Take notyour fathers and brothers for friends, if they prefer infidelity over faith. And who so of
you will be-friend them, then they are they who are unjust.
24. Say you 'Ifyour fathers, andyour sons and your brothers and your wives and your clan and the wealth of your
earning and the trade of which you fear loss and the houses of your choice, these things are dearer toyou
than Allah and His Messenger and the struggling in His path, then wait till Allah brings His Command. And Allah
guides not the disobedients.
25. Undoubtedly, Allah did helpyou at many places and on the day of Hunain whenyou had boasted on your
multitude, it availed you nothing, and the land being sovast, became straitened to you, then you turnedyour
backsretreating
26. Then Allah sent down His Calm upon His Messenger and upon Muslims, and He sent down the hosts that you
did not see and chastised the infidels. And this is the punishment of therejecters.
27. Thereafter Allah will relent whom He pleases. And Allah is Forgiving, Merciful.
28. 'O believers! The associators are altogether unclean, then let them not approach the sacred Mosque after this
year. And ifyou fear poverty, then soon Allah shall enrich you of His bounty if He pleases. Verily, Allah is
Knowing, Wise.
29. Fight those who believe not in Allah, and in theLast Day, and accept not as unlawful what Allah and His
messenger made unlawful, and follow not the true faith that is to say those who were Coven the Book until
they pay the required tax with their own hands being brought low.
30. And the Jews, said, "Uzair is the son of Allah" and the Christians said 'Masih (Christ) is the son of Allah' These
things, they utter with their mouths. They imitate the sayings of the infidels before them. Allah assail them,
whither they are perverting?
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31. They have taken their priests and monks as gods besides Allah and also Masih son of Maryam; and they were
Commanded not but this that that they worship only one Allah; none is to be worshipped except He. Hallowed
be He from their polytheism.
32. They wish to put off the light of Allah with their mouths and Allah will not agree but to perfect His light, though
the infidels may dislike it.
33. It is He who has sent His Messenger with guidance and truereligion that He may make it prevail over all
religions, though the infidels may dislike it.
34. 'O believers! Verily many of the priests and monks devour the wealth of the people wrongfully and bar from the
path of Allah. And those who hoard up gold and silver and spend not in the path of Allah give them the good
tidings of a painful torment.
35. The day when they shall be heated in the fire of the Hell, then their foreheads and sides and backs shall be
branded therewith. This is what you had hoarded for yourselves, now taste the hoarding.
36. Undoubtedly, the number of months with Allah is twelve in the Book of Allah since the day He made the
Heavens and Earth four of them are sacred. This is theright religion, then wrong not yourselves in these
months, and fight the infidels at all times, as they fight with you, all times Andknow that Allah is with the pious
ones.
37. Their postponement of the months are not but an increase in infidelity, with which the infidels are misguided,
they make it lawful oneyear and hold it unlawful another year, that they may make up the number which Allah
has sanctified, and make lawful what Allah has forbidden. Theirvile deeds seem fair in their eyes and Allah
guides not the infidel
38. 'O Believers! What happened to you, that when it is said to you, 'Go forth in the way of Allah,you sit down on
the earth heavily'? Have you chosen the life of this work in preference to the Hereafter? And the goods of the
living worlds in comparison with that of the Hereafter is nothing but little.
39. If you will not march forth, He will punish you with a severe punishment and will replace you by another
people, andyou can do no harm to Him. And Allah can do every thing
40. If you help him(The beloved Prophet) not, then no doubt, Allah helped him, when on account of the mischief
of the infidels, he was to go out with only two souls, when they both were in the Cave, and when he said to his
companion 'Grieve not, no doubt Allah is with us', then Allah sent down His satisfaction on him, and helped him
with armies which you did not see, and put down the words of the infidels. It is the word of Allah, alone which
is supreme, and Allah is Dominant, Wise.
41. March forth with light soul, or with heavy heart and struggle in the way of Allah with your wealth and lives. It is
better for you, ifyou know.
42. If there had been any near gain, or an average journey, then they would have certainly gone withyou, but the
hard journey seemed too long to them, and now they will swear by Allah, that if we had been able, then we
would have surely gone withyou. They ruin their souls, and Allah knows that undoubtedly, they are necessarily
liars.
43. Allah forgiveyou, why didyou then permit them, till the true one had not become manifest toyou and the liars
had not become clear?
44. And those who would believe in Allah and the Last Day would not ask leave ofyou from struggling with their
wealth and their lives. And Allah knows well the duty-bound.
45. Those only ask you this leave who do not believe in Allah and the Last Day and their hearts are in doubts, then
in their doubts they waver.
46. Had they willed to go forth, they would have made some preparation for it; but God disliked their rousing, so
He made them lethargic, and it was said to them 'remain sitting with those who sit'.
47. If they would have come out among you, they would have added you nothing except trouble and would have
run to and from inyour midst seeking to cause sedition among you, and there are amongyou, their spies. And
Allah Knows well the unjust.
48. No doubt, they already sought to create disorder before, and turned the plans upside down for youO' Beloved!
Till the truth came and Allah's command appeared.
49. And any one among them submits before you like this, 'Give me leave, and put me not in trial',Listen, they
have already fallen into trial. And undoubtedly, the hell has surrounded the infidels.
50. If good befalls you, then it hurts them, and if any misfortune comes toyou, then they say 'We had already set
right our works before, and turn backrejoicing.
51. Say you 'nothing shallreach us, but what Allah has ordained for us. He is our Protector, and the Muslims
should keep trust in Allah only.
52. Say you, 'What you are waiting for us but one of the two goods'? And we are waiting for you that Allah shall
afflictyou with a torment from Himself, or with our hands. Now wait then, we are also waiting with you'.
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53. Say you, 'Spend willingly or unwillingly, it shall not be accepted from you. No doubt,you are a people
disobedient.
54. And what they spend. Its acceptance was not barred. But because theyrejected Allah and His Messenger and
come not to prayers but lazily, and spend not but unwillingly
55. Then let not their wealth and their children astonishyou. Allah only intends to punish them with these things in
the life of the world and that their souls may depart while they are infidels.
56. They swear by Allah that they are from amongstyou and they are not from amongstyou,yes they are afraid.
57. If they find a place ofrefuge, or cave or a place to creep into, they will turn there to rushing headlong.
58. And of them, some one is he who blamesyou withregard to the distribution of charities, then if they get some
thing of these, they are pleased, and if they get not, then they are angry.
59. What a good it had been, if they would have been pleased with what Allah and His Messenger had given them
and would have said 'Sufficient for us is Allah', Now Allah is to give us of His Bounty, and so the Messenger of
Allah. To Allah only we lean.
60. The poor-due(Zakat) is only for those who are poor and needy and those who collect it, and for those whose
hearts are to be conciliated for Islam, and for the freeing of slaves, and for debtors, and for spending in the
way of Allah and for the traveller. This has been ordained by Allah. And Allah is Knowing, Wise.
61. And of them some are those who hurt the Prophet and say, 'He is an ear, say 'He is an ear for good ofyou,
believes in Allah and believes the words of Muslims, and is a mercy for those who are Muslims amongyou.' And
those who hurt the Messenger, for them is the painful torment.
62. They swear by Allah before you may be pleased and Allah and His Messenger had greaterright, that they
should please him, if they had faith.
63. Are they not aware that whoso opposes Allah and His Messengers then for him is the fire of the Hell in which
he will abide for ever? This is the great humiliation
64. The hypocrites fear lest a Surah (Chapter) should be sent down to them informing them, what is in their
hearts. Say you 'Mock on, truly Allah is about toreveal whatyou fear.'
65. AndO' beloved Prophet! If you ask to them, they will say 'We were only jesting and playing'. Say you; 'Doyou
mock at Allah and His signs and His Messengers?'
66. Make no excuses, you have already become disbeliveers after being muslims. If We forgive some one ofyou,
then We shall chastise others because they were guilty.
67. The hypocrites' men and women are the birds of the same feather; they bid evil and forbid from doing good,
and (they) keep their hands closed. They have left Allah then Allah has left them. No doubt the hypocrites are
the confirmed disobedients.
68. Allah has promised the hypocrites men and hypocrites' women and infidels, the fire of the Hell, wherein they
will abide forever. That is sufficient for them, and the curse of Allah is upon them, and for them is the lasting
torment.
69. As those before you, they were mightier thanyou in strength, and more abundant in wealth and children. They
enjoyed their share then you enjoyyour share just as those beforeyou enjoyed their share, andyou indulged
ingesting just as they indulged. Their works are wasted in the world and the Hereafter, and they are the people
who are losers.
70. Have they not received the news of those before them the people of Nooh, and Aad and Thamud, and the
people of Ibrahim, and the men of Madian and the overthrown towns? Their Messengers had brought to them
bright evidences; then it was not befitting to Allah that He might have wronged them, but they were
themselves unjust to their souls.
71. And the Muslim men and women are friends to one another, bid for good and forbid evil and establish prayer
and pay the poor-due(Zakat) and obey Allah and His Messenger. These are they on whom soon Allah will have
mercy. Undoubtedly Allah is, Dominant, Wise.
72. Allah has promised to Muslim men and Muslim women Gardens under which rivers flow, wherein they shall
reside forever and clean houses in the inhabitable gardens. And the pleasure of Allah is the greatest. This is the
achievement of the greater Goal.
73. 'O Communicator of the hidden news,(Prophet) fight against the infidels and the hypocrites and be strict to
them Their destination is Hell and what an evil place ofreturn.
74. They swear by Allah that they said it not, and no doubt, necessarily they uttered the word of infidelity and
became infidels after accepting Islam and they had desired that Which they could not get; and what they felt
bad, only this that Allah and His Messenger has enriched them out of His grace; then if they repent, it is good
for them, and if they turn their faces then Allah will chastise them with a severe torment in the world and the
Hereafter and on the earth they shall have neither any supporter nor any helper.
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shall surely give in charity and we shall surely become good men.
76. Then when Allah gave them out of His grace, they became niggardly of it and turned away turning their faces.
77. Therefore after it Allah put hypocrisy in their hearts, until the Day they meet Him -the recompense of that they
acted against what they had promised to Allah and the recompense of that they used to lie.
78. Are they not aware that Allah Knows the secrets of their hearts and their whisper and Allah is the well Knower
of all hidden things?
79. Those who blame those muslims who give charity willingly and those who get not but with their hard labour, so
they laugh at them. Allah will punish them for their laughing and for them is the painful.
80. Ask you forgiveness for them or ask not. If you will ask forgiveness for them seventy times, Allah will never
forgive them. This is because that they haverejected Allah and His Messenger. And Allah guides not the
disobedients.
81. Those who were left behind delighted at this that they remained sitting behind the Messenger and they did not
like that they may fight in the way of Allah with their wealth and lives and said Come not out in this treat' say
you 'the fire of the Hell is the hottest! In any manner they would have understood!
82. Let them laugh little and weep much, inrecompense what they used to earn.
83. Then if, O beloved Prophet! Allahreturnsyou to a party of them, and they askyou leave to go forth to fight,
then say you 'Never shall you march forth with me, nor ever fight with any enemy of me. You chose to sit at
home the first time, then remain sitting with those who remained behind.'
84. And pray you never over any of their dead, and not stand over his grave. No doubt, they rejected Allah and His
Messenger and died while they were disobedient.
85. Be not astonished over their wealth and children Allah only intends to punish them there with in this world, and
that they part with their souls while they are infidels.
86. And when any Sura(Chapter) is sent down, that believe in Allah and fight with His Messenger, then the men of
capability among them ask leave ofyou and say 'Leave us toremain with those who sit behind'.
87. They like that they shouldremain with the women left behind, and their hearts are sealed up, so that they
understand nothing.
88. But the Messenger and those who believed with him, fought with their wealth and lives. And it is they for
whom are goods, and it is they who reached to their goal.
89. Allah has prepared for them Gardens under whichrivers flow; they shall abide forever therein. This is the
attainment of supreme object
90. And there came excuse seekers from the villagers in order that leave may be given to them, and those who lied
to Allah and His Messenger sat behind. Soon a painful torment shall befall to the infidels of them.
91. There is not any fault on the weak, and on the sick and nor on those who are not capable to spend, when they
are sincere to Allah and His Messenger. There is no way against the good-doers. And Allah is Forgiving,
Merciful.
92. Nor on those who came to you that you may provide carriage to them,you said have nothing whereon to
mountyou' so they return back and their eyes overflow with tears because of this grief that they could not find
the ability to spend.
93. The accountability is only of those who ask leave ofyou and they arerich. They liked to sit behind with the
women and Allah has sealed up their hearts; so they know nothing.
94. They will make excuses to you whenyou will return to them. Say you, 'make no ' excuses, we will never
believe you, Allah has already given your news to us. And now Allah and His messenger will see your works
then you will be returned to Him Who knows all unseen andvisible, He will tell you whatyou used to do.
95. Now they will swear by Allah beforeyou, when you will return back to them in order thatyou may not mind of
them, then yes, mind them not. They are wholly filthy and their destination is Hell arecompense what they
used to earn.
96. They swear before you that you may be pleased with them. But if you are pleased with them, then no doubt,
Allah will not be pleased with a people dis-obedient.
97. They villagers are more stubborn in infidelity and hypocrisy and they are only worthy of this that theyremain
ignorant of the commands which, Allah has sent down upon His messenger. And Allah is knowing, Wise.
98. And among the villagers some are those who regard hat they spend in the way of Allah as fine, andremain
waiting of misfortunes coming to you. On them is the evil turn. And Allah Hears. Knows.
99. And among the villagers some are those who believe in Allah and the Last Day, and regard what they spend as
' approaches to Allah and means of taking blessings of the messenger. Yes, that is the means of nearness for
them to enter into His mercy. Undoubtedly! Allah isForgiving, Merciful,
100. And the first and foremost emigrants and helpers and those who followed them with good. Allah is pleased
with them and they are pleased with Allah and for them, He has prepared gardens under whichrivers flow.
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This is the great success.
101. And some villagers around you are hypocrites and some of the dwellers of Madina too, hypocrisy has become
their habit. Youknow them not. We know them. We will soon torment them twice. Then they will be resumed
to a great torment.
102. And there are some others who acknowledge their sins and mixed up a good deed with another evil. It is near
that Allah may accept their repentance. No doubt Allah isForgiving. Merciful.
103. 'O beloved prophet! Realise the poor-due(Zakat) out of their wealth. to purify them and cleanse them
therewith and pray good for them. No doubt.your prayer is solace for their hearts. And Allah Hears. Knows.
104. Are they not aware that only Allah accepts therepentance of His bondmen and takes the charities in His
authoritative Hand Himself, and that it is Allah Who is the Relenting. The Merciful.
105. And say you. 'work on, now Allah will behold your work and so His messenger and the muslims. Andyou will
soon be returned to Him Who knows all unseen and visible. Then He will inform you whatyou used to do.
106. And some other have been deferred to Allah's commandment. Whether He may torment them or may accept
theirrepentance. And Allah is Knowing Wise
107. And those who have built a mosque in order to injure and because of infidelity and to cause dissension among
muslims and as an ambush for him who is already against Allah and His messenger from before. And they will
surely swear that we desired only good. And Allah bears witness that they are certainly liars.
108. You stand never in that mosque. No doubt the mosque whose foundation has been laid onrighteousness from
the very first day is worthy that you may stand therein. There in are those who desire to be well purified and
Allah loves the pure.
109. Then is he who laid foundation upon the fear of Allah and His pleasure better or he who laid his foundation on
the brink of a falling pit, then he fell with it in the fire of the Hell? And Allah does not give way to the people
unjust.
110. The building, which they have built, will continue to waver in their hearts unless their hearts may cut into
pieces. And Allah is Knowing, Wise.
111. No doubt. Allah has purchased from the muslims their lives and their belongings against this return, that for
them is Paradise, they fight in the way of Allah, then theykill and arekilled; true promise on His generous
responsibility in the Taurah and the Injeel and theQuran. And who is, true to his words than Allah'? Rejoice
then in your trade ' which you have done with Him And it is this which is, the great triumph.
112. Those who repent, those who worship, those who praise, those who fast, those who bow, those who prostrate,
those who tell good and forbid evil and those who watch the limits of Allah. And giveyou glad tidings to
Muslims.
113. It is not worthy for the prophet and the believers to ask forgiveness for the associators, even though they are
relatives, after it has been made clear to them that they are men of Hell.
114. And Abraham's asking forgiveness for his father was not but on account a promise, he had made to Him But
when it was made clear to him that he is an enemy of Allah, he dis-associated him self from him No doubt,
Abraham is a most lament, clement.
115. And it is not the attribute of Allah that He should lead astray any people after He has guided them. Until He
makes clear to them as to what they have to guard against. Undoubtedly, Allahknows every thing.
116. Assuredly! It is Allah for Whom is the Kingdom of heavens and earth. He gives life and causes death. Andyou
had no protector nor helper beside Allah.
117. No doubt, blessings of Allah turned towards the Communicator of the hidden news (prophet) and those
emigrants and helpers who sided with him in the hour of hardship. After it that the hearts of some of them
were nearly to be swerved aside. Then He turned towards them with blessing. Undoubtedly. To them He is
Most Kind. Merciful.
118. And to the three who were left behind, so much so that the earth being sovast became strait to them, and
they became tired of their own lives, and they believed that there is no refuge from Allah but with Him. Then,
He accepted their repentance that they mightremain repenting. Undoubtedly, it is Allah Who is Relenting, the
Merciful.
119. 'O believers!Fear Allah and be with the truthful.
120. It was not proper for the inhabitants of Madina and the villagers around them to remain sitting behind the
messenger of Allah, nor that they should consider their own lives more dear than his life. This is so because
whatever they face as thirst or distress or hunger in the way of Allah, and wherever they tread a place which
enrages the infidels for all these things, good deed is written for them. Assuredly Allah wastes not thereward
of the good.
121. And whatever they spend, small or great and the valley they cross, all is written for them so that Allah may
recompense them for their best deeds.
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122. And it is not possible for Muslims that all should come out. Then why should not a party from each group
should come out that they may gain understanding of religion and warn their people after coming back to
them, haply they may guard themselves.
123. 'O believers' fight the infidels who are close to you, and let them find in you harshness and know that Allah is
with the duty-bound.
124. Whenever a Sura is sent down. Then anyone of them begins to say, 'Which of you has this increased in faith?
Then as for those who believe, it has increased them in faith. And they are rejoicing.
125. And as for those in whose hearts there is disease, it has increased them in filthiness upon filthiness and they
died while they are infidels.
126. Do they not observe that? They are being tried every year once or twice. Even then neither they repent nor
accept admonition.
127. And whenever any Sura is sent down, they begin to look at on each other. Whether any one watchesyou?
Then they turn away. Allah has turned away their hearts, because they are a people who do not understand.
128. Assuredly there has come toyou a messenger from among yourselves, heavy upon him isyour suffering;
ardently desirous ofyour welfare, and to Muslims is most Kind and Merciful.
129. If then they turn their faces, then say you, 'Allah is sufficient for me, none is to be worshiped except He. I put
my trust in Him, and He is the 'Lord of Supreme Throne.
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1. This is declaration of disassociation from Allah and His Messenger to those idolaters with whom you had
entered into a contract and they did not keep it.
2. Then go about in the land for four months and know thatyou can not tire Allah and Allah is to humiliate the
infidels.
3. And there is proclamation from Allah and His Messenger to all People on the day of Great Pilgrimage that Allah
is rid of the polytheists and so His Messenger, ifyou then repent it is then good for you, and if you turnyou'
face then know thatyou cannot tire Allah. And give good tidings to infidels of a painful torment.
4. But those associators with whom you had covenanted they did not detract anything in your Contract, and did
not help any one againstyou then fulfil their covenant till the promised day. Undoubtedly, Allah loves the pious
ones.
5. Then when the sacred months have passed, slay the associators wherever you find them and catch them, and
confine them and sit in wait for them at every place; again if they repent and establish prayer and give the
poor-due then leave their way. Verily Allah isForgiving, Merciful.
6. And 'O beloved Prophet'. If any of the associators ask your protection, then give him protection that he may
hear the word of Allah then convey him to his place of security. This is because they are the people ignorant.
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7. How there shall be any covenant for the associators with Allah and His Messenger but those with whom you
covenanted near the Sacred Mosque! Then as long as they keep their covenant for you, you should also stand
for them. Undoubtedly, Allah loves the pious ones.
8. How(Can it be) their condition is this that if they prevail againstyou, then neither they would care for
relationship nor for agreement. They pleaseyou with their mouths, and their heartsrefuse, and most of them
are disobedient.
9. They have sold the Signs of Allah for a meagre price, and then they barred from His path. Undoubtedly, they
do evil deeds.
10. They neither have regard of relationship or agreement in any Muslim. And they are the transgressors.
11. Again if theyrepent and establish prayer and pay the poor-due(Zakat) then they areyour brothers, in faith.
And We explain the signs in detail for a people who know.
12. If they break their oaths after their covenant, and taunt at your religion, then fight with the leaders of infidelity.
Undoubtedly, their oaths are nothing. Haply they may desist.
13. Will you not fight with a people who have broken their oaths and resolved to turn out the Messenger, although
the beginning is from them? Doyou fear them?Linen Allah is Most Worthy thatyou should fear Him ifyou
believe (Him).
14. Then fight them, Allah will torment them at your hands and will humiliate them and will help you against them,
and will heal the breasts of the believers.
15. And willremove the anger of their hearts, and Allahrelent of whomsoever He pleases, and Allah is Knowing,
Wise.
16. Are you in this conception that you would be left alone, and Allah has notyet madeknown those of you who
will struggle and will not take any one as a confident except Allah and His Messenger and the muslims. Allah is
Aware of whatyou do?
17. It is not for the associators that they should inhabit the mosque of Allah, bearing witnesses of infidelity against
themselves. Their entire works are destroyed, and they shall abide in theFire.
18. They only inhabit the mosques of Allah who believe in Allah and theLast Day and establish prayer and pay the
poor-due(Zakat) and fear none but Allah, therefore it is near that these people may be among the guided
ones.
19. Then doyou hold the offering of water to the pilgrims and service of the Sacred Mosque equal to one who
believed in Allah and the Last Day and struggled in the path of Allah? They are not equal in the sight of Allah,
And Allah guides not the unjust people.
20. Those who believed and emigrated and fought with their wealth and lives in the path of Allah have the highest
rank near Allah. And they are they who reached to their goal.
21. Their Lord does give them glad tidings of His Mercy and of His Pleasure and of those gardens wherein there is
lasting bliss for them.
22. They will abide there in forever. Undoubtedly, there is great reward with Allah.
23. 'O Believers! Take notyour fathers and brothers for friends, if they prefer infidelity over faith. And who so of
you will be-friend them, then they are they who are unjust.
24. Say you 'Ifyour fathers, andyour sons and your brothers and your wives and your clan and the wealth of your
earning and the trade of which you fear loss and the houses of your choice, these things are dearer toyou
than Allah and His Messenger and the struggling in His path, then wait till Allah brings His Command. And Allah
guides not the disobedients.
25. Undoubtedly, Allah did helpyou at many places and on the day of Hunain whenyou had boasted on your
multitude, it availed you nothing, and the land being sovast, became straitened to you, then you turnedyour
backsretreating
26. Then Allah sent down His Calm upon His Messenger and upon Muslims, and He sent down the hosts that you
did not see and chastised the infidels. And this is the punishment of therejecters.
27. Thereafter Allah will relent whom He pleases. And Allah is Forgiving, Merciful.
28. 'O believers! The associators are altogether unclean, then let them not approach the sacred Mosque after this
year. And ifyou fear poverty, then soon Allah shall enrich you of His bounty if He pleases. Verily, Allah is
Knowing, Wise.
29. Fight those who believe not in Allah, and in theLast Day, and accept not as unlawful what Allah and His
messenger made unlawful, and follow not the true faith that is to say those who were Coven the Book until
they pay the required tax with their own hands being brought low.
30. And the Jews, said, "Uzair is the son of Allah" and the Christians said 'Masih (Christ) is the son of Allah' These
things, they utter with their mouths. They imitate the sayings of the infidels before them. Allah assail them,
whither they are perverting?
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31. They have taken their priests and monks as gods besides Allah and also Masih son of Maryam; and they were
Commanded not but this that that they worship only one Allah; none is to be worshipped except He. Hallowed
be He from their polytheism.
32. They wish to put off the light of Allah with their mouths and Allah will not agree but to perfect His light, though
the infidels may dislike it.
33. It is He who has sent His Messenger with guidance and truereligion that He may make it prevail over all
religions, though the infidels may dislike it.
34. 'O believers! Verily many of the priests and monks devour the wealth of the people wrongfully and bar from the
path of Allah. And those who hoard up gold and silver and spend not in the path of Allah give them the good
tidings of a painful torment.
35. The day when they shall be heated in the fire of the Hell, then their foreheads and sides and backs shall be
branded therewith. This is what you had hoarded for yourselves, now taste the hoarding.
36. Undoubtedly, the number of months with Allah is twelve in the Book of Allah since the day He made the
Heavens and Earth four of them are sacred. This is theright religion, then wrong not yourselves in these
months, and fight the infidels at all times, as they fight with you, all times Andknow that Allah is with the pious
ones.
37. Their postponement of the months are not but an increase in infidelity, with which the infidels are misguided,
they make it lawful oneyear and hold it unlawful another year, that they may make up the number which Allah
has sanctified, and make lawful what Allah has forbidden. Theirvile deeds seem fair in their eyes and Allah
guides not the infidel
38. 'O Believers! What happened to you, that when it is said to you, 'Go forth in the way of Allah,you sit down on
the earth heavily'? Have you chosen the life of this work in preference to the Hereafter? And the goods of the
living worlds in comparison with that of the Hereafter is nothing but little.
39. If you will not march forth, He will punish you with a severe punishment and will replace you by another
people, andyou can do no harm to Him. And Allah can do every thing
40. If you help him(The beloved Prophet) not, then no doubt, Allah helped him, when on account of the mischief
of the infidels, he was to go out with only two souls, when they both were in the Cave, and when he said to his
companion 'Grieve not, no doubt Allah is with us', then Allah sent down His satisfaction on him, and helped him
with armies which you did not see, and put down the words of the infidels. It is the word of Allah, alone which
is supreme, and Allah is Dominant, Wise.
41. March forth with light soul, or with heavy heart and struggle in the way of Allah with your wealth and lives. It is
better for you, ifyou know.
42. If there had been any near gain, or an average journey, then they would have certainly gone withyou, but the
hard journey seemed too long to them, and now they will swear by Allah, that if we had been able, then we
would have surely gone withyou. They ruin their souls, and Allah knows that undoubtedly, they are necessarily
liars.
43. Allah forgiveyou, why didyou then permit them, till the true one had not become manifest toyou and the liars
had not become clear?
44. And those who would believe in Allah and the Last Day would not ask leave ofyou from struggling with their
wealth and their lives. And Allah knows well the duty-bound.
45. Those only ask you this leave who do not believe in Allah and the Last Day and their hearts are in doubts, then
in their doubts they waver.
46. Had they willed to go forth, they would have made some preparation for it; but God disliked their rousing, so
He made them lethargic, and it was said to them 'remain sitting with those who sit'.
47. If they would have come out among you, they would have added you nothing except trouble and would have
run to and from inyour midst seeking to cause sedition among you, and there are amongyou, their spies. And
Allah Knows well the unjust.
48. No doubt, they already sought to create disorder before, and turned the plans upside down for youO' Beloved!
Till the truth came and Allah's command appeared.
49. And any one among them submits before you like this, 'Give me leave, and put me not in trial',Listen, they
have already fallen into trial. And undoubtedly, the hell has surrounded the infidels.
50. If good befalls you, then it hurts them, and if any misfortune comes toyou, then they say 'We had already set
right our works before, and turn backrejoicing.
51. Say you 'nothing shallreach us, but what Allah has ordained for us. He is our Protector, and the Muslims
should keep trust in Allah only.
52. Say you, 'What you are waiting for us but one of the two goods'? And we are waiting for you that Allah shall
afflictyou with a torment from Himself, or with our hands. Now wait then, we are also waiting with you'.
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53. Say you, 'Spend willingly or unwillingly, it shall not be accepted from you. No doubt,you are a people
disobedient.
54. And what they spend. Its acceptance was not barred. But because theyrejected Allah and His Messenger and
come not to prayers but lazily, and spend not but unwillingly
55. Then let not their wealth and their children astonishyou. Allah only intends to punish them with these things in
the life of the world and that their souls may depart while they are infidels.
56. They swear by Allah that they are from amongstyou and they are not from amongstyou,yes they are afraid.
57. If they find a place ofrefuge, or cave or a place to creep into, they will turn there to rushing headlong.
58. And of them, some one is he who blamesyou withregard to the distribution of charities, then if they get some
thing of these, they are pleased, and if they get not, then they are angry.
59. What a good it had been, if they would have been pleased with what Allah and His Messenger had given them
and would have said 'Sufficient for us is Allah', Now Allah is to give us of His Bounty, and so the Messenger of
Allah. To Allah only we lean.
60. The poor-due(Zakat) is only for those who are poor and needy and those who collect it, and for those whose
hearts are to be conciliated for Islam, and for the freeing of slaves, and for debtors, and for spending in the
way of Allah and for the traveller. This has been ordained by Allah. And Allah is Knowing, Wise.
61. And of them some are those who hurt the Prophet and say, 'He is an ear, say 'He is an ear for good ofyou,
believes in Allah and believes the words of Muslims, and is a mercy for those who are Muslims amongyou.' And
those who hurt the Messenger, for them is the painful torment.
62. They swear by Allah before you may be pleased and Allah and His Messenger had greaterright, that they
should please him, if they had faith.
63. Are they not aware that whoso opposes Allah and His Messengers then for him is the fire of the Hell in which
he will abide for ever? This is the great humiliation
64. The hypocrites fear lest a Surah (Chapter) should be sent down to them informing them, what is in their
hearts. Say you 'Mock on, truly Allah is about toreveal whatyou fear.'
65. AndO' beloved Prophet! If you ask to them, they will say 'We were only jesting and playing'. Say you; 'Doyou
mock at Allah and His signs and His Messengers?'
66. Make no excuses, you have already become disbeliveers after being muslims. If We forgive some one ofyou,
then We shall chastise others because they were guilty.
67. The hypocrites' men and women are the birds of the same feather; they bid evil and forbid from doing good,
and (they) keep their hands closed. They have left Allah then Allah has left them. No doubt the hypocrites are
the confirmed disobedients.
68. Allah has promised the hypocrites men and hypocrites' women and infidels, the fire of the Hell, wherein they
will abide forever. That is sufficient for them, and the curse of Allah is upon them, and for them is the lasting
torment.
69. As those before you, they were mightier thanyou in strength, and more abundant in wealth and children. They
enjoyed their share then you enjoyyour share just as those beforeyou enjoyed their share, andyou indulged
ingesting just as they indulged. Their works are wasted in the world and the Hereafter, and they are the people
who are losers.
70. Have they not received the news of those before them the people of Nooh, and Aad and Thamud, and the
people of Ibrahim, and the men of Madian and the overthrown towns? Their Messengers had brought to them
bright evidences; then it was not befitting to Allah that He might have wronged them, but they were
themselves unjust to their souls.
71. And the Muslim men and women are friends to one another, bid for good and forbid evil and establish prayer
and pay the poor-due(Zakat) and obey Allah and His Messenger. These are they on whom soon Allah will have
mercy. Undoubtedly Allah is, Dominant, Wise.
72. Allah has promised to Muslim men and Muslim women Gardens under which rivers flow, wherein they shall
reside forever and clean houses in the inhabitable gardens. And the pleasure of Allah is the greatest. This is the
achievement of the greater Goal.
73. 'O Communicator of the hidden news,(Prophet) fight against the infidels and the hypocrites and be strict to
them Their destination is Hell and what an evil place ofreturn.
74. They swear by Allah that they said it not, and no doubt, necessarily they uttered the word of infidelity and
became infidels after accepting Islam and they had desired that Which they could not get; and what they felt
bad, only this that Allah and His Messenger has enriched them out of His grace; then if they repent, it is good
for them, and if they turn their faces then Allah will chastise them with a severe torment in the world and the
Hereafter and on the earth they shall have neither any supporter nor any helper.
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shall surely give in charity and we shall surely become good men.
76. Then when Allah gave them out of His grace, they became niggardly of it and turned away turning their faces.
77. Therefore after it Allah put hypocrisy in their hearts, until the Day they meet Him -the recompense of that they
acted against what they had promised to Allah and the recompense of that they used to lie.
78. Are they not aware that Allah Knows the secrets of their hearts and their whisper and Allah is the well Knower
of all hidden things?
79. Those who blame those muslims who give charity willingly and those who get not but with their hard labour, so
they laugh at them. Allah will punish them for their laughing and for them is the painful.
80. Ask you forgiveness for them or ask not. If you will ask forgiveness for them seventy times, Allah will never
forgive them. This is because that they haverejected Allah and His Messenger. And Allah guides not the
disobedients.
81. Those who were left behind delighted at this that they remained sitting behind the Messenger and they did not
like that they may fight in the way of Allah with their wealth and lives and said Come not out in this treat' say
you 'the fire of the Hell is the hottest! In any manner they would have understood!
82. Let them laugh little and weep much, inrecompense what they used to earn.
83. Then if, O beloved Prophet! Allahreturnsyou to a party of them, and they askyou leave to go forth to fight,
then say you 'Never shall you march forth with me, nor ever fight with any enemy of me. You chose to sit at
home the first time, then remain sitting with those who remained behind.'
84. And pray you never over any of their dead, and not stand over his grave. No doubt, they rejected Allah and His
Messenger and died while they were disobedient.
85. Be not astonished over their wealth and children Allah only intends to punish them there with in this world, and
that they part with their souls while they are infidels.
86. And when any Sura(Chapter) is sent down, that believe in Allah and fight with His Messenger, then the men of
capability among them ask leave ofyou and say 'Leave us toremain with those who sit behind'.
87. They like that they shouldremain with the women left behind, and their hearts are sealed up, so that they
understand nothing.
88. But the Messenger and those who believed with him, fought with their wealth and lives. And it is they for
whom are goods, and it is they who reached to their goal.
89. Allah has prepared for them Gardens under whichrivers flow; they shall abide forever therein. This is the
attainment of supreme object
90. And there came excuse seekers from the villagers in order that leave may be given to them, and those who lied
to Allah and His Messenger sat behind. Soon a painful torment shall befall to the infidels of them.
91. There is not any fault on the weak, and on the sick and nor on those who are not capable to spend, when they
are sincere to Allah and His Messenger. There is no way against the good-doers. And Allah is Forgiving,
Merciful.
92. Nor on those who came to you that you may provide carriage to them,you said have nothing whereon to
mountyou' so they return back and their eyes overflow with tears because of this grief that they could not find
the ability to spend.
93. The accountability is only of those who ask leave ofyou and they arerich. They liked to sit behind with the
women and Allah has sealed up their hearts; so they know nothing.
94. They will make excuses to you whenyou will return to them. Say you, 'make no ' excuses, we will never
believe you, Allah has already given your news to us. And now Allah and His messenger will see your works
then you will be returned to Him Who knows all unseen andvisible, He will tell you whatyou used to do.
95. Now they will swear by Allah beforeyou, when you will return back to them in order thatyou may not mind of
them, then yes, mind them not. They are wholly filthy and their destination is Hell arecompense what they
used to earn.
96. They swear before you that you may be pleased with them. But if you are pleased with them, then no doubt,
Allah will not be pleased with a people dis-obedient.
97. They villagers are more stubborn in infidelity and hypocrisy and they are only worthy of this that theyremain
ignorant of the commands which, Allah has sent down upon His messenger. And Allah is knowing, Wise.
98. And among the villagers some are those who regard hat they spend in the way of Allah as fine, andremain
waiting of misfortunes coming to you. On them is the evil turn. And Allah Hears. Knows.
99. And among the villagers some are those who believe in Allah and the Last Day, and regard what they spend as
' approaches to Allah and means of taking blessings of the messenger. Yes, that is the means of nearness for
them to enter into His mercy. Undoubtedly! Allah isForgiving, Merciful,
100. And the first and foremost emigrants and helpers and those who followed them with good. Allah is pleased
with them and they are pleased with Allah and for them, He has prepared gardens under whichrivers flow.
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This is the great success.
101. And some villagers around you are hypocrites and some of the dwellers of Madina too, hypocrisy has become
their habit. Youknow them not. We know them. We will soon torment them twice. Then they will be resumed
to a great torment.
102. And there are some others who acknowledge their sins and mixed up a good deed with another evil. It is near
that Allah may accept their repentance. No doubt Allah isForgiving. Merciful.
103. 'O beloved prophet! Realise the poor-due(Zakat) out of their wealth. to purify them and cleanse them
therewith and pray good for them. No doubt.your prayer is solace for their hearts. And Allah Hears. Knows.
104. Are they not aware that only Allah accepts therepentance of His bondmen and takes the charities in His
authoritative Hand Himself, and that it is Allah Who is the Relenting. The Merciful.
105. And say you. 'work on, now Allah will behold your work and so His messenger and the muslims. Andyou will
soon be returned to Him Who knows all unseen and visible. Then He will inform you whatyou used to do.
106. And some other have been deferred to Allah's commandment. Whether He may torment them or may accept
theirrepentance. And Allah is Knowing Wise
107. And those who have built a mosque in order to injure and because of infidelity and to cause dissension among
muslims and as an ambush for him who is already against Allah and His messenger from before. And they will
surely swear that we desired only good. And Allah bears witness that they are certainly liars.
108. You stand never in that mosque. No doubt the mosque whose foundation has been laid onrighteousness from
the very first day is worthy that you may stand therein. There in are those who desire to be well purified and
Allah loves the pure.
109. Then is he who laid foundation upon the fear of Allah and His pleasure better or he who laid his foundation on
the brink of a falling pit, then he fell with it in the fire of the Hell? And Allah does not give way to the people
unjust.
110. The building, which they have built, will continue to waver in their hearts unless their hearts may cut into
pieces. And Allah is Knowing, Wise.
111. No doubt. Allah has purchased from the muslims their lives and their belongings against this return, that for
them is Paradise, they fight in the way of Allah, then theykill and arekilled; true promise on His generous
responsibility in the Taurah and the Injeel and theQuran. And who is, true to his words than Allah'? Rejoice
then in your trade ' which you have done with Him And it is this which is, the great triumph.
112. Those who repent, those who worship, those who praise, those who fast, those who bow, those who prostrate,
those who tell good and forbid evil and those who watch the limits of Allah. And giveyou glad tidings to
Muslims.
113. It is not worthy for the prophet and the believers to ask forgiveness for the associators, even though they are
relatives, after it has been made clear to them that they are men of Hell.
114. And Abraham's asking forgiveness for his father was not but on account a promise, he had made to Him But
when it was made clear to him that he is an enemy of Allah, he dis-associated him self from him No doubt,
Abraham is a most lament, clement.
115. And it is not the attribute of Allah that He should lead astray any people after He has guided them. Until He
makes clear to them as to what they have to guard against. Undoubtedly, Allahknows every thing.
116. Assuredly! It is Allah for Whom is the Kingdom of heavens and earth. He gives life and causes death. Andyou
had no protector nor helper beside Allah.
117. No doubt, blessings of Allah turned towards the Communicator of the hidden news (prophet) and those
emigrants and helpers who sided with him in the hour of hardship. After it that the hearts of some of them
were nearly to be swerved aside. Then He turned towards them with blessing. Undoubtedly. To them He is
Most Kind. Merciful.
118. And to the three who were left behind, so much so that the earth being sovast became strait to them, and
they became tired of their own lives, and they believed that there is no refuge from Allah but with Him. Then,
He accepted their repentance that they mightremain repenting. Undoubtedly, it is Allah Who is Relenting, the
Merciful.
119. 'O believers!Fear Allah and be with the truthful.
120. It was not proper for the inhabitants of Madina and the villagers around them to remain sitting behind the
messenger of Allah, nor that they should consider their own lives more dear than his life. This is so because
whatever they face as thirst or distress or hunger in the way of Allah, and wherever they tread a place which
enrages the infidels for all these things, good deed is written for them. Assuredly Allah wastes not thereward
of the good.
121. And whatever they spend, small or great and the valley they cross, all is written for them so that Allah may
recompense them for their best deeds.
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122. And it is not possible for Muslims that all should come out. Then why should not a party from each group
should come out that they may gain understanding of religion and warn their people after coming back to
them, haply they may guard themselves.
123. 'O believers' fight the infidels who are close to you, and let them find in you harshness and know that Allah is
with the duty-bound.
124. Whenever a Sura is sent down. Then anyone of them begins to say, 'Which of you has this increased in faith?
Then as for those who believe, it has increased them in faith. And they are rejoicing.
125. And as for those in whose hearts there is disease, it has increased them in filthiness upon filthiness and they
died while they are infidels.
126. Do they not observe that? They are being tried every year once or twice. Even then neither they repent nor
accept admonition.
127. And whenever any Sura is sent down, they begin to look at on each other. Whether any one watchesyou?
Then they turn away. Allah has turned away their hearts, because they are a people who do not understand.
128. Assuredly there has come toyou a messenger from among yourselves, heavy upon him isyour suffering;
ardently desirous ofyour welfare, and to Muslims is most Kind and Merciful.
129. If then they turn their faces, then say you, 'Allah is sufficient for me, none is to be worshiped except He. I put
my trust in Him, and He is the 'Lord of Supreme Throne.v