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Quran : The Morning Star 86
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By the heaven, and At-Tariq (the night-comer, i.e. the bright star);
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And what will make you to know what At-Tariq (night-comer) is?
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(It is) the star of piercing brightness;
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There is no human being but has a protector over him (or her) (i.e. angels incharge of each human being guarding him, writing his good and bad deeds, etc.)
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He is created from a water gushing forth.
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Proceeding from between the back-bone and the ribs,
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Verily, (Allah) is Able to bring him back (to life)!
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The Day when all the secrets (deeds, prayers, fasting, etc.) will be examined (as to their truth).
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Then will (man) have no power, nor any helper.
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By the sky (having rain clouds) which gives rain, again and again.
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And the earth which splits (with the growth of trees and plants),
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Verily! This (the Quran) is the Word that separates (the truth from falsehood, and commands strict legal laws for mankind to cut the roots of evil).
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Verily, they are but plotting a plot (against you O Muhammad (Peace be upon him)).
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So give a respite to the disbelievers. Deal you gently with them for a while.
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