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SURAH#14;IBRAHIM(THE PROPHET IBRAHIM)
Revealed at: Makkah
Total Verses: 52
ALLAH in the name of The Most Affectionate, the Merciful.
1. Alif-Lam, Ra, This is a Book that We have sent to you so thatyou may bring the People from darkness to light
by the command of their Lord towards the path of the Honorable, the Praiseworthy.
2. Allah, to Whom belongs whatsoever is in the heavens and whatsoever is in the earth. And there is misery for
the infidels from a severe torment.
3. Those who love the worldly life more than the life of Hereafter arid bar from the path of Allah and desire
crookedness therein, they are in far off error.
4. And, We have sent each messenger in the language of his own people that he may tell them clearly. Then Allah
leads astray whomsoever He will and guides whomsoever He will, and He is the Honorable, the Wise.
5. And, We did send Musa withOur signs, that 'bring your people from the darkness into the light, and remind
them of the day of Allah. No doubt, in it there are signs for each steadfast, thankful.
6. And when Musa said to his people, 'remember Allah's favour uponyou, when He delivered you fromFrown's
people who used to afflictyou worsly, and slaughter your sons and letyour daughters live, and in it there was
shown great mercy of your Lord.
7. Andremember, whenyour Lord proclaimed, 'If you will be grateful, then I shall giveyou more, and if you are
thankless, then My torment is severe.'
8. Musa said, 'ifyou and all others in the earth become disbelievers, thenverily Allah is self-sufficient,
Praiseworthy.
9. Have you not received the tidings of those who were before you, the people of Nuh and Aad, and the Thamud
and those after them? They are known to Allah alone. There came to them their messengers with bright
proofs, but they turned their hands to their mouths and said, 'we deny that with which you have been sent,
and the path towards which you call us, concerning that we are in a doubt creating suspense.
10. Their messengers said, 'Is there any doubt in Allah, the Maker of the heavens and earth? He calls you that He
may forgive some ofyour sins and may fulfil your life till the stated time of your death without punishment.
They said, 'You are human being like us. You desire to bar us from that our fathers used to worship. So bring
us a clear authority.
11. Their messengers said to them, 'We are indeed human beings like yourselves, but Allah bestows His favour on
whomsoever He will of His bondmen. And it is not for us to bring you any' authority but by the command of
Allah. And upon Allah alone the Muslims shouldrely.
12. And what happened to us that we should not rely upon Allah, He has showed us our ways. And we shall surely
bear patiently that with whichyou are annoying us. And let the trustful put their trust in Allah alone.
13. And the infidels said to their messengers, 'We shall surely turnyou out of our lands, or you return to our
religion.' Then their Lord revealed to them' We shall surely destroy the unjust.'
14. And We shall surely makeyou settle in the land after them. This is for him who fears standing before Me, and
be afraid of the torment, I have commanded.
15. And they asked for a decision, and every tyrant obstinate was disappointed.
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16. The Hell ran after him and he shall be made to drink the water of oozing pus.
17. He will take its draught little by little with difficulty and there shall be no hope to swallow it, and death shall
come to him from all sides but he shall not die. And there is a terrible torment after him.
18. The condition of therejecters of their lord is such that their deeds are like ashes upon which a strong blast of
wind came in a day of storm. They got nothing out of entire earning. This is the far off error.
19. Didyou not see that Allah has made the heavens and earth with the truth? If He please He can takeyou away
and bring forth a new creation.
20. And this is not at all hard for Allah.
21. They all shall appear before Allah, then those who were weak will say to those proud, 'we were under you, can
it be possible for you to put off some of the torment of Allah from us?' They will say, 'if Allah had guided us, we
would have guided you. It is alike to us whether we show impatience or remain patient, no where is asylum for
us.
22. And the Satan when the matter would have been decided will say, 'verily Allah had givenyou a true promise,
and whatever I promised you I made it false toyou, and I had no authority over you, but that I calledyou,
then you responded to me, now then put no blame upon me, put the blame uponyourselves.' Neither I could
helpyou nor you could help me. I am strongly disgusted with that you associated me with Allah before. No
doubt, there is painful torment for the unjust.
23. And those who believed and did good deeds shall be made to enter gardens, beneath which flowrivers abiding
there in with the command of their Lord. Their greetings at the time of their meeting are Peace.
24. Didyou not see that how Allah has explained the example of the holy word like a clean tree whose root is
firmly standing and branches are in the heaven.
25. It gives its fruit at all times by the command of itsLord and Allah propounds examples for the people that they
may understand.
26. And the example of evil word is like an evil tree uprooted from the earth, now it has no stability.
27. Allahkeeps firm the believers on right word in the life of the world and the Hereafter, and Allah leads astray
the wrong doers, and Allah does what He pleases.
28. Didyou not see those who changed the favour of Allah with un-thankfulness and have brought their people
into the abode ofruin.
29. That which is Hell, they shall enter in it, what an evil place to stay?
30. And they have set up equals for Allah that they might lead astray from His path. Say you, enjoy a little,verily
your end is theFire.
31. Say to My those bondmen who believed that they should keep up prayer and spend out of what We have given
them secretly and openly before the coming of that day in which there shall be neither trading nor friendship.
32. Allah Is He who made the heavens and earth and caused water to come down from the heaven, then He
produced some fruits therewith for your food, and He made the ships subservient to you that they may sail
through the sea by His command and made therivers subservient to you.
33. And He made the sun and moon subservient for you, which are constantly moving, and made the day and
night subservient for you.
34. And He gaveyou many thingsyou asked for. And ifyou count the favours of Allah,you cannot count. No
doubt, man is very unjust, un-thankful.
35. Andrecall when Ibrahim submitted, 'O my Lord make this city secure. and save me and my sons from
worshipping the idols.
36. 'My Lord, verily the idols have led astray many people. then who sided with me is mine and who disobeyed me.
Then you are certainly Forgiving, Merciful.
37. 'O my Lord, I have caused some of my children to settle in avalley wherein there is no cultivation by your
sacred House,O ourLord in order that they mightkeep up prayer, then You make some people's hearts incline
toward them and give them some fruits for food, haply they may be thankful.
38. 'O our Lord, youknow what we conceal and what we disclose. And nothing is concealed from Allah in the earth
or in the heaven.
39. All praise to Allah Who has given me Ismail and Ishaque in old age. Verily my Lord is the Hearer of prayer.
40. 'O my Lord,keep me as establisher of prayer and some of my children too, O our Lord, and accept my prayer.
41. 'O our Lord, forgive me, and my parents and all Muslims on the Day when reckoning shall take place.
42. And never consider Allah unaware of the deeds of the unjust. He is not letting them loose but to a day in which
their eyes shall remain staring.
43. They will come outrunningrashlyraising their heads high, that their eyelashes do not turn back towards them,
and there will be no strength in their hearts.
44. And warn mankind of the day when the torment shall come to them, then the unjust shall say, 'O ourLord,
Al-QuranEnglish Translation (Kanz-ul-Eeman)
NooreMadinah Network - http://www.NooreMadinah.net
grant us respite for a short term that we may respond toyour call and follow the messengers'. Didyou not
swear before that we are not to go anywhere moving from the world?
45. Andyou settled down in the dwellings of those who did evil to them selves and it was clear toyou, how We did
with them and We explained to you giving examples.
46. Andverily they devise their plans and their plans are under the control of Allah and their planning was not such
as to remove these mountains.
47. Therefore never consider that Allah will go against His promise to His messengers. No doubt, Allah is Dominant,
the Lord of retribution.
48. The day when the earth shall be changed other than this earth and the heavens too, and all shall come out
standing before Allah, theOne Who is Dominant overall.
49. Andyou will see the guilty on that Day bound together in chains.
50. Their shirt shall be of pitch and the fire shall cover their faces.
51. In order that Allah may reward every soul according to its earning. No doubt, Allah is not late in reckoning.
52. This is to deliver the commands to mankind and that they may be warned therewith and that they may know
that He is only one God and that the men of wisdom may accept admonition.
Revealed at: Makkah
Total Verses: 52
ALLAH in the name of The Most Affectionate, the Merciful.
1. Alif-Lam, Ra, This is a Book that We have sent to you so thatyou may bring the People from darkness to light
by the command of their Lord towards the path of the Honorable, the Praiseworthy.
2. Allah, to Whom belongs whatsoever is in the heavens and whatsoever is in the earth. And there is misery for
the infidels from a severe torment.
3. Those who love the worldly life more than the life of Hereafter arid bar from the path of Allah and desire
crookedness therein, they are in far off error.
4. And, We have sent each messenger in the language of his own people that he may tell them clearly. Then Allah
leads astray whomsoever He will and guides whomsoever He will, and He is the Honorable, the Wise.
5. And, We did send Musa withOur signs, that 'bring your people from the darkness into the light, and remind
them of the day of Allah. No doubt, in it there are signs for each steadfast, thankful.
6. And when Musa said to his people, 'remember Allah's favour uponyou, when He delivered you fromFrown's
people who used to afflictyou worsly, and slaughter your sons and letyour daughters live, and in it there was
shown great mercy of your Lord.
7. Andremember, whenyour Lord proclaimed, 'If you will be grateful, then I shall giveyou more, and if you are
thankless, then My torment is severe.'
8. Musa said, 'ifyou and all others in the earth become disbelievers, thenverily Allah is self-sufficient,
Praiseworthy.
9. Have you not received the tidings of those who were before you, the people of Nuh and Aad, and the Thamud
and those after them? They are known to Allah alone. There came to them their messengers with bright
proofs, but they turned their hands to their mouths and said, 'we deny that with which you have been sent,
and the path towards which you call us, concerning that we are in a doubt creating suspense.
10. Their messengers said, 'Is there any doubt in Allah, the Maker of the heavens and earth? He calls you that He
may forgive some ofyour sins and may fulfil your life till the stated time of your death without punishment.
They said, 'You are human being like us. You desire to bar us from that our fathers used to worship. So bring
us a clear authority.
11. Their messengers said to them, 'We are indeed human beings like yourselves, but Allah bestows His favour on
whomsoever He will of His bondmen. And it is not for us to bring you any' authority but by the command of
Allah. And upon Allah alone the Muslims shouldrely.
12. And what happened to us that we should not rely upon Allah, He has showed us our ways. And we shall surely
bear patiently that with whichyou are annoying us. And let the trustful put their trust in Allah alone.
13. And the infidels said to their messengers, 'We shall surely turnyou out of our lands, or you return to our
religion.' Then their Lord revealed to them' We shall surely destroy the unjust.'
14. And We shall surely makeyou settle in the land after them. This is for him who fears standing before Me, and
be afraid of the torment, I have commanded.
15. And they asked for a decision, and every tyrant obstinate was disappointed.
Al-QuranEnglish Translation (Kanz-ul-Eeman)
NooreMadinah Network - http://www.NooreMadinah.net
16. The Hell ran after him and he shall be made to drink the water of oozing pus.
17. He will take its draught little by little with difficulty and there shall be no hope to swallow it, and death shall
come to him from all sides but he shall not die. And there is a terrible torment after him.
18. The condition of therejecters of their lord is such that their deeds are like ashes upon which a strong blast of
wind came in a day of storm. They got nothing out of entire earning. This is the far off error.
19. Didyou not see that Allah has made the heavens and earth with the truth? If He please He can takeyou away
and bring forth a new creation.
20. And this is not at all hard for Allah.
21. They all shall appear before Allah, then those who were weak will say to those proud, 'we were under you, can
it be possible for you to put off some of the torment of Allah from us?' They will say, 'if Allah had guided us, we
would have guided you. It is alike to us whether we show impatience or remain patient, no where is asylum for
us.
22. And the Satan when the matter would have been decided will say, 'verily Allah had givenyou a true promise,
and whatever I promised you I made it false toyou, and I had no authority over you, but that I calledyou,
then you responded to me, now then put no blame upon me, put the blame uponyourselves.' Neither I could
helpyou nor you could help me. I am strongly disgusted with that you associated me with Allah before. No
doubt, there is painful torment for the unjust.
23. And those who believed and did good deeds shall be made to enter gardens, beneath which flowrivers abiding
there in with the command of their Lord. Their greetings at the time of their meeting are Peace.
24. Didyou not see that how Allah has explained the example of the holy word like a clean tree whose root is
firmly standing and branches are in the heaven.
25. It gives its fruit at all times by the command of itsLord and Allah propounds examples for the people that they
may understand.
26. And the example of evil word is like an evil tree uprooted from the earth, now it has no stability.
27. Allahkeeps firm the believers on right word in the life of the world and the Hereafter, and Allah leads astray
the wrong doers, and Allah does what He pleases.
28. Didyou not see those who changed the favour of Allah with un-thankfulness and have brought their people
into the abode ofruin.
29. That which is Hell, they shall enter in it, what an evil place to stay?
30. And they have set up equals for Allah that they might lead astray from His path. Say you, enjoy a little,verily
your end is theFire.
31. Say to My those bondmen who believed that they should keep up prayer and spend out of what We have given
them secretly and openly before the coming of that day in which there shall be neither trading nor friendship.
32. Allah Is He who made the heavens and earth and caused water to come down from the heaven, then He
produced some fruits therewith for your food, and He made the ships subservient to you that they may sail
through the sea by His command and made therivers subservient to you.
33. And He made the sun and moon subservient for you, which are constantly moving, and made the day and
night subservient for you.
34. And He gaveyou many thingsyou asked for. And ifyou count the favours of Allah,you cannot count. No
doubt, man is very unjust, un-thankful.
35. Andrecall when Ibrahim submitted, 'O my Lord make this city secure. and save me and my sons from
worshipping the idols.
36. 'My Lord, verily the idols have led astray many people. then who sided with me is mine and who disobeyed me.
Then you are certainly Forgiving, Merciful.
37. 'O my Lord, I have caused some of my children to settle in avalley wherein there is no cultivation by your
sacred House,O ourLord in order that they mightkeep up prayer, then You make some people's hearts incline
toward them and give them some fruits for food, haply they may be thankful.
38. 'O our Lord, youknow what we conceal and what we disclose. And nothing is concealed from Allah in the earth
or in the heaven.
39. All praise to Allah Who has given me Ismail and Ishaque in old age. Verily my Lord is the Hearer of prayer.
40. 'O my Lord,keep me as establisher of prayer and some of my children too, O our Lord, and accept my prayer.
41. 'O our Lord, forgive me, and my parents and all Muslims on the Day when reckoning shall take place.
42. And never consider Allah unaware of the deeds of the unjust. He is not letting them loose but to a day in which
their eyes shall remain staring.
43. They will come outrunningrashlyraising their heads high, that their eyelashes do not turn back towards them,
and there will be no strength in their hearts.
44. And warn mankind of the day when the torment shall come to them, then the unjust shall say, 'O ourLord,
Al-QuranEnglish Translation (Kanz-ul-Eeman)
NooreMadinah Network - http://www.NooreMadinah.net
grant us respite for a short term that we may respond toyour call and follow the messengers'. Didyou not
swear before that we are not to go anywhere moving from the world?
45. Andyou settled down in the dwellings of those who did evil to them selves and it was clear toyou, how We did
with them and We explained to you giving examples.
46. Andverily they devise their plans and their plans are under the control of Allah and their planning was not such
as to remove these mountains.
47. Therefore never consider that Allah will go against His promise to His messengers. No doubt, Allah is Dominant,
the Lord of retribution.
48. The day when the earth shall be changed other than this earth and the heavens too, and all shall come out
standing before Allah, theOne Who is Dominant overall.
49. Andyou will see the guilty on that Day bound together in chains.
50. Their shirt shall be of pitch and the fire shall cover their faces.
51. In order that Allah may reward every soul according to its earning. No doubt, Allah is not late in reckoning.
52. This is to deliver the commands to mankind and that they may be warned therewith and that they may know
that He is only one God and that the men of wisdom may accept admonition.
Revealed at: Makkah
Total Verses: 52
ALLAH in the name of The Most Affectionate, the Merciful.
1. Alif-Lam, Ra, This is a Book that We have sent to you so thatyou may bring the People from darkness to light
by the command of their Lord towards the path of the Honorable, the Praiseworthy.
2. Allah, to Whom belongs whatsoever is in the heavens and whatsoever is in the earth. And there is misery for
the infidels from a severe torment.
3. Those who love the worldly life more than the life of Hereafter arid bar from the path of Allah and desire
crookedness therein, they are in far off error.
4. And, We have sent each messenger in the language of his own people that he may tell them clearly. Then Allah
leads astray whomsoever He will and guides whomsoever He will, and He is the Honorable, the Wise.
5. And, We did send Musa withOur signs, that 'bring your people from the darkness into the light, and remind
them of the day of Allah. No doubt, in it there are signs for each steadfast, thankful.
6. And when Musa said to his people, 'remember Allah's favour uponyou, when He delivered you fromFrown's
people who used to afflictyou worsly, and slaughter your sons and letyour daughters live, and in it there was
shown great mercy of your Lord.
7. Andremember, whenyour Lord proclaimed, 'If you will be grateful, then I shall giveyou more, and if you are
thankless, then My torment is severe.'
8. Musa said, 'ifyou and all others in the earth become disbelievers, thenverily Allah is self-sufficient,
Praiseworthy.
9. Have you not received the tidings of those who were before you, the people of Nuh and Aad, and the Thamud
and those after them? They are known to Allah alone. There came to them their messengers with bright
proofs, but they turned their hands to their mouths and said, 'we deny that with which you have been sent,
and the path towards which you call us, concerning that we are in a doubt creating suspense.
10. Their messengers said, 'Is there any doubt in Allah, the Maker of the heavens and earth? He calls you that He
may forgive some ofyour sins and may fulfil your life till the stated time of your death without punishment.
They said, 'You are human being like us. You desire to bar us from that our fathers used to worship. So bring
us a clear authority.
11. Their messengers said to them, 'We are indeed human beings like yourselves, but Allah bestows His favour on
whomsoever He will of His bondmen. And it is not for us to bring you any' authority but by the command of
Allah. And upon Allah alone the Muslims shouldrely.
12. And what happened to us that we should not rely upon Allah, He has showed us our ways. And we shall surely
bear patiently that with whichyou are annoying us. And let the trustful put their trust in Allah alone.
13. And the infidels said to their messengers, 'We shall surely turnyou out of our lands, or you return to our
religion.' Then their Lord revealed to them' We shall surely destroy the unjust.'
14. And We shall surely makeyou settle in the land after them. This is for him who fears standing before Me, and
be afraid of the torment, I have commanded.
15. And they asked for a decision, and every tyrant obstinate was disappointed.16. The Hell ran after him and he shall be made to drink the water of oozing pus.
17. He will take its draught little by little with difficulty and there shall be no hope to swallow it, and death shall
come to him from all sides but he shall not die. And there is a terrible torment after him.
18. The condition of therejecters of their lord is such that their deeds are like ashes upon which a strong blast of
wind came in a day of storm. They got nothing out of entire earning. This is the far off error.
19. Didyou not see that Allah has made the heavens and earth with the truth? If He please He can takeyou away
and bring forth a new creation.
20. And this is not at all hard for Allah.
21. They all shall appear before Allah, then those who were weak will say to those proud, 'we were under you, can
it be possible for you to put off some of the torment of Allah from us?' They will say, 'if Allah had guided us, we
would have guided you. It is alike to us whether we show impatience or remain patient, no where is asylum for
us.
22. And the Satan when the matter would have been decided will say, 'verily Allah had givenyou a true promise,
and whatever I promised you I made it false toyou, and I had no authority over you, but that I calledyou,
then you responded to me, now then put no blame upon me, put the blame uponyourselves.' Neither I could
helpyou nor you could help me. I am strongly disgusted with that you associated me with Allah before. No
doubt, there is painful torment for the unjust.
23. And those who believed and did good deeds shall be made to enter gardens, beneath which flowrivers abiding
there in with the command of their Lord. Their greetings at the time of their meeting are Peace.
24. Didyou not see that how Allah has explained the example of the holy word like a clean tree whose root is
firmly standing and branches are in the heaven.
25. It gives its fruit at all times by the command of itsLord and Allah propounds examples for the people that they
may understand.
26. And the example of evil word is like an evil tree uprooted from the earth, now it has no stability.
27. Allahkeeps firm the believers on right word in the life of the world and the Hereafter, and Allah leads astray
the wrong doers, and Allah does what He pleases.
28. Didyou not see those who changed the favour of Allah with un-thankfulness and have brought their people
into the abode ofruin.
29. That which is Hell, they shall enter in it, what an evil place to stay?
30. And they have set up equals for Allah that they might lead astray from His path. Say you, enjoy a little,verily
your end is theFire.
31. Say to My those bondmen who believed that they should keep up prayer and spend out of what We have given
them secretly and openly before the coming of that day in which there shall be neither trading nor friendship.
32. Allah Is He who made the heavens and earth and caused water to come down from the heaven, then He
produced some fruits therewith for your food, and He made the ships subservient to you that they may sail
through the sea by His command and made therivers subservient to you.
33. And He made the sun and moon subservient for you, which are constantly moving, and made the day and
night subservient for you.
34. And He gaveyou many thingsyou asked for. And ifyou count the favours of Allah,you cannot count. No
doubt, man is very unjust, un-thankful.
35. Andrecall when Ibrahim submitted, 'O my Lord make this city secure. and save me and my sons from
worshipping the idols.
36. 'My Lord, verily the idols have led astray many people. then who sided with me is mine and who disobeyed me.
Then you are certainly Forgiving, Merciful.
37. 'O my Lord, I have caused some of my children to settle in avalley wherein there is no cultivation by your
sacred House,O ourLord in order that they mightkeep up prayer, then You make some people's hearts incline
toward them and give them some fruits for food, haply they may be thankful.
38. 'O our Lord, youknow what we conceal and what we disclose. And nothing is concealed from Allah in the earth
or in the heaven.
39. All praise to Allah Who has given me Ismail and Ishaque in old age. Verily my Lord is the Hearer of prayer.
40. 'O my Lord,keep me as establisher of prayer and some of my children too, O our Lord, and accept my prayer.
41. 'O our Lord, forgive me, and my parents and all Muslims on the Day when reckoning shall take place.
42. And never consider Allah unaware of the deeds of the unjust. He is not letting them loose but to a day in which
their eyes shall remain staring.
43. They will come outrunningrashlyraising their heads high, that their eyelashes do not turn back towards them,
and there will be no strength in their hearts.
44. And warn mankind of the day when the torment shall come to them, then the unjust shall say, 'O ourLord, grant us respite for a short term that we may respond toyour call and follow the messengers'. Didyou not
swear before that we are not to go anywhere moving from the world?
45. Andyou settled down in the dwellings of those who did evil to them selves and it was clear toyou, how We did
with them and We explained to you giving examples.
46. Andverily they devise their plans and their plans are under the control of Allah and their planning was not such
as to remove these mountains.
47. Therefore never consider that Allah will go against His promise to His messengers. No doubt, Allah is Dominant,
the Lord of retribution.
48. The day when the earth shall be changed other than this earth and the heavens too, and all shall come out
standing before Allah, theOne Who is Dominant overall.
49. Andyou will see the guilty on that Day bound together in chains.
50. Their shirt shall be of pitch and the fire shall cover their faces.
51. In order that Allah may reward every soul according to its earning. No doubt, Allah is not late in reckoning.
52. This is to deliver the commands to mankind and that they may be warned therewith and that they may know
that He is only one God and that the men of wisdom may accept admonition.