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Quran : The Scatterers 51
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And (the clouds) that bear heavy weight of water;
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And (the ships) that float with ease and gentleness;
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And those (angels) who distribute (provisions, rain, and other blessings) by (Allah's) Command;
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Verily, that which you are promised (i.e. Resurrection in the Hereafter and receiving the reward or punishment of good or bad deeds, etc.) is surely true.
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And verily, the Recompense is sure to happen.
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Certainly, you have different ideas (about Muhammad SAW and the Quran).
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Turned aside therefrom (i.e. from Muhammad SAW and the Quran) is he who is turned aside (by the Decree and Preordainment of Allah).
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Who are under a cover of heedlessness (think not about the gravity of the Hereafter),
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They ask; "When will be the Day of Recompense?"
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(It will be) a Day when they will be tried (i.e. burnt) over the Fire!
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"Taste you your trial (burning)! This is what you used to ask to be hastened!"
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Verily, the Muttaqun (pious - see V. 2:2) will be in the midst of Gardens and Springs (in the Paradise),
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Taking joy in the things which their Lord has given them. Verily, they were before this Muhsinun (good-doers - see V. 2:112).
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They used to sleep but little by night [invoking their Lord (Allah) and praying, with fear and hope].
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And in the hours before dawn, they were (found) asking (Allah) for forgiveness,
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And in their properties there was the right of the beggar, and the Mahrum (the poor who does not ask the others).
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And on the earth are signs for those who have Faith with certainty,
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And also in your ownselves. Will you not then see?
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And in the heaven is your provision, and that which you are promised.
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Then, by the Lord of the heaven and the earth, it is the truth (i.e. what has been promised to you), just as it is the truth that you can speak.
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Has the story reached you, of the honoured guests [three angels; Jibrael (Gabriel) along with another two] of Ibrahim (Abraham)?
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When they came in to him, and said, "Salam, (peace be upon you)!" He answered; "Salam, (peace be upon you)," and said: "You are a people unknown to me,"
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Then he turned to his household, so brought out a roasted calf [as the property of Ibrahim (Abraham) was mainly cows].
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And placed it before them, (saying): "Will you not eat?"
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Then he conceived a fear of them (when they ate not). They said: "Fear not." And they gave him glad tidings of an intelligent son, having knowledge (about Allah and His religion of True Monotheism).
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Then his wife came forward with a loud voice, she smote her face, and said: "A barren old woman!"
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They said: "Even so says your Lord. Verily, He is the All-Wise, the All-Knower."
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[Ibrahim (Abraham)] said: "Then for what purpose you have come, O Messengers?"
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They said: "We have been sent to a people who are Mujrimun (polytheists, sinners, criminals, disbelievers in Allah);
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To send down upon them stones of baked clay.
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Marked by your Lord for the Musrifun (polytheists, criminals, sinners those who trespass Allah's set limits in evil-doings by committing great sins).
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So We brought out from therein the believers.
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But We found not there any household of the Muslims except one [i.e. Lout (Lot) and his two daughters].
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And We have left there a sign (i.e. the place of the Dead Sea, well-known in Palestine) for those who fear the painful torment.
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And in Musa (Moses) (too, there is a sign). When We sent him to Fir'aun (Pharaoh) with a manifest authority.
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But [Fir'aun (Pharaoh)] turned away (from Belief in might) along with his hosts, and said: "A sorcerer, or a madman."
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So We took him and his hosts, and dumped them into the sea, while he was to be blamed.
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And in 'Ad (there is also a sign) when We sent against them the barren wind;
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It spared nothing that it reached, but blew it into broken spreads of rotten ruins.
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And in Thamud (there is also a sign), when they were told: "Enjoy yourselves for a while!"
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But they insolently defied the Command of their Lord, so the Sa'iqah overtook them while they were looking.
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Then they were unable to rise up, nor could they help themselves.
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(So were) the people of Nuh (Noah) before them. Verily, they were a people who were Fasiqun (rebellious, disobedient to Allah).
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With power did We construct the heaven. Verily, We are Able to extend the vastness of space thereof.
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And We have spread out the earth, how Excellent Spreader (thereof) are We!
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And of everything We have created pairs, that you may remember (the Grace of Allah).
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So flee to Allah (from His Torment to His Mercy Islamic Monotheism), verily, I (Muhammad SAW) am a plain warner to you from Him.
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And set not up (or worship) any other ilahan (god) along with Allah [Glorified be He (Alone), Exalted above all that they associate as partners with Him]. Verily, I (Muhammad SAW) am a plain warner to you from Him.
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Likewise, no Messenger came to those before them, but they said: "A sorcerer or a madman!"
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Have they (the people of the past) transmitted this saying to these (Quraish pagans)? Nay, they are themselves a people transgressing beyond bounds (in disbelief)!
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So turn away (O Muhammad SAW) from them (Quraish pagans) you are not to be blamed (as you have conveyed Allah's Message).
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And remind (by preaching the Quran, O Muhammad SAW) for verily, the reminding profits the believers.
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And I (Allah) created not the jinns and humans except they should worship Me (Alone).
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I seek not any provision from them (i.e. provision for themselves or for My creatures) nor do I ask that they should feed Me (i.e. feed themselves or My creatures).
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Verily, Allah is the All-Provider, Owner of Power, the Most Strong.
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And verily, for those who do wrong, there is a portion of torment like to the evil portion of torment (which came for) their likes (of old), so let them not ask Me to hasten on!
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Then, woe to those who disbelieve (in Allah and His Oneness Islamic Monotheism) from (that) their Day which they have been promised (for their punishment).
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