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Quran : Default in Duty 83
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Woe to Al-Mutaffifin [those who give less in measure and weight (decrease the rights of others)],
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Those who, when they have to receive by measure from men, demand full measure,
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And when they have to give by measure or weight to men, give less than due.
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Think they not that they will be resurrected (for reckoning),
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The Day when (all) mankind will stand before the Lord of the 'Alamin (mankind, jinns and all that exists)?
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Nay! Truly, the Record (writing of the deeds) of the Fujjar (disbelievers, sinners, evil-doers and wicked) is (preserved) in Sijjin.
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And what will make you know what Sijjin is?
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Woe, that Day, to those who deny [(Allah, His Angels, His Books, His Messengers, the Day of Resurrection, and Al-Qadar (Divine Preordainments)].
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And none can deny it except every transgressor beyond bounds, (in disbelief, oppression and disobedience of Allah, the sinner!)
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When Our Verses (of the Quran) are recited to him he says: "Tales of the ancients!"
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Nay! But on their hearts is the Ran (covering of sins and evil deeds) which they used to earn.
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Nay! Surely, they (evil-doers) will be veiled from seeing their Lord that Day.
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Then, verily they will indeed enter and taste the burning flame of Hell.
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Then, it will be said to them: "This is what you used to deny!"
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Nay! Verily, the Record (writing of the deeds) of Al-Abrar (the pious who fear Allah and avoid evil), is (preserved) in 'Illiyyun.
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And what will make you know what 'Illiyyun is?
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To which bear witness those nearest (to Allah, i.e. the angels).
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Verily, Al-Abrar (the pious who fear Allah and avoid evil) will be in delight (Paradise).
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You will recognise in their faces the brightness of delight.
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They will be given to drink pure sealed wine.
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The last thereof (that wine) will be the smell of musk, and for this let (all) those strive who want to strive (i.e. hasten earnestly to the obedience of Allah).
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It (that wine) will be mixed with Tasnim.
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A spring whereof drink those nearest to Allah.
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Verily! (During the worldly life) those who committed crimes used to laugh at those who believed.
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And whenever they passed by them, used to wink one to another (in mockery);
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And when they returned to their own people, they would return jesting;
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And when they saw them, they said: "Verily! These have indeed gone astray!"
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But they (disbelievers, sinners) had not been sent as watchers over them (the believers).
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But this Day (the Day of Resurrection) those who believe will laugh at the disbelievers
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On (high) thrones, looking (at all things).
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Are not the disbelievers paid (fully) for what they used to do?
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