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Quran : He Frowned 80
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(The Prophet (Peace be upon him)) frowned and turned away,
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Because there came to him the blind man (i.e. 'Abdullah bin Umm-Maktum, who came to the Prophet (Peace be upon him) while he was preaching to one or some of the Quraish chiefs).
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But what could tell you that per chance he might become pure (from sins)?
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Or that he might receive admonition, and that the admonition might profit him?
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As for him who thinks himself self-sufficient,
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What does it matter to you if he will not become pure (from disbelief, you are only a Messenger, your duty is to convey the Message of Allah).
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And is afraid (of Allah and His Punishment),
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Of him you are neglectful and divert your attention to another,
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Nay, (do not do like this), indeed it (these Verses of this Quran) are an admonition,
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So whoever wills, let him pay attention to it.
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(It is) in Records held (greatly) in honour (Al-Lauh Al-Mahfuz).
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Be cursed (the disbelieving) man! How ungrateful he is!
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From Nutfah (male and female semen drops) He created him, and then set him in due proportion;
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Then He causes him to die, and puts him in his grave;
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Then, when it is His Will, He will resurrect him (again).
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Nay, but (man) has not done what He commanded him.
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And grapes and clover plants (i.e. green fodder for the cattle),
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(To be) a provision and benefit for you and your cattle.
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Then, when there comes As-Sakhkhah (the Day of Resurrection's second blowing of Trumpet),
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That Day shall a man flee from his brother,
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Everyman, that Day, will have enough to make him careless of others.
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Some faces that Day, will be bright (true believers of Islamic Monotheism).
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Laughing, rejoicing at good news (of Paradise).
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And other faces, that Day, will be dust-stained;
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Such will be the Kafarah (disbelievers in Allah, in His Oneness, and in His Messenger Muhammad (Peace be upon him), etc.), the Fajarah (wicked evil doers).
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