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Sept. 9, 2012, 12:37 a.m.  naziia updated the blog: The Holy Quran : Chapter 11: HUD     View
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The Holy Quran : Chapter 11: HUD

Posted by naziia on on Sept. 9, 2012, 12:37 a.m.  

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    . Alif. Lam. Rar. (This is) a Book, with verses basic or fundamental (of established meaning), further explained in
    detail,‐ from One Who is Wise and Well‐acquainted (with all things):  
    2. (It teacheth) that ye should worship none but Allah. (Say): "Verily I am (sent) unto you from Him to warn
    and to bring glad tidings:  
    3. "(And to preach thus), 'Seek ye the forgiveness of your Lord, and turn to Him in repentance; that He may
    grant you enjoyment, good (and true), for a term appointed, and bestow His abounding grace on all who
    abound in merit! But if ye turn away, then I fear for you the penalty of a great day:  
    4. 'To Allah is your return, and He hath power over all things.'"  
    5. Behold! they fold up their hearts, that they may lie hid from Him! Ah even when they cover themselves with
    their garments, He knoweth what they conceal, and what they reveal: for He knoweth well the (inmost
    secrets) of the hearts.  
    6. There is no moving creature on earth but its sustenance dependeth on Allah. He knoweth the time and
    place of its definite abode and its temporary deposit: All is in a clear Record.  113
    7. He it is Who created the heavens and the earth in six Days ‐ and His Throne was over the waters ‐ that He
    might try you, which of you is best in conduct. But if thou wert to say to them, "Ye shall indeed be raised up
    after death", the Unbelievers would be sure to say, "This is nothing but obvious sorcery!"  
    8. If We delay the penalty for them for a definite term, they are sure to say, "What keeps it back?" Ah! On the
    day it (actually) reaches them, nothing will turn it away from them, and they will be completely encircled by
    that which they used to mock at!  
    9. If We give man a taste of Mercy from Ourselves, and then withdraw it from him, behold! he is in despair
    and (falls into) blasphemy.  
    10. But if We give him a taste of (Our) favours after adversity hath touched him, he is sure to say, "All evil has
    departed from me:" Behold! he falls into exultation and pride.  
    11. Not so do those who show patience and constancy, and work righteousness; for them is forgiveness (of
    sins) and a great reward.  
    12. Perchance thou mayest (feel the inclination) to give up a part of what is revealed unto thee, and thy heart
    feeleth straitened lest they say, "Why is not a treasure sent down unto him, or why does not an angel come
    down with him?" But thou art there only to warn! It is Allah that arrangeth all affairs!  
    13. Or they may say, "He forged it," Say, "Bring ye then ten suras forged, like unto it, and call (to your aid)
    whomsoever ye can, other than Allah.‐ If ye speak the truth!  
    14. "If then they (your false gods) answer not your (call), know ye that this revelation is sent down (replete)
    with the knowledge of Allah, and that there is no god but He! will ye even then submit (to Islam)?"  
    15. Those who desire the life of the present and its glitter,‐ to them we shall pay (the price of) their deeds
    therein,‐ without diminution.  
    16. They are those for whom there is nothing in the Hereafter but the Fire: vain are the designs they frame
    therein, and of no effect and the deeds that they do!  
    17. Can they be (like) those who accept a Clear (Sign) from their Lord, and whom a witness from Himself doth
    teach, as did the Book of Moses before it,‐ a guide and a mercy? They believe therein; but those of the Sects
    that reject it,‐ the Fire will be their promised meeting‐place. Be not then in doubt thereon: for it is the truth
    from thy Lord: yet many among men do not believe!  
    18. Who doth more wrong than those who invent a lie against Allah. They will be turned back to the presence
    of their Lord, and the witnesses will say, "These are the ones who lied against their Lord! Behold! the Curse of
    Allah is on those who do wrong!‐  
    19. "Those who would hinder (men) from the path of Allah and would seek in it something crooked: these
    were they who denied the Hereafter!"  
    20. They will in no way frustrate (His design) on earth, nor have they protectors besides Allah. Their penalty
    will be doubled! They lost the power to hear, and they did not see!  114
    21. They are the ones who have lost their own souls: and the (fancies) they invented have left them in the
    lurch!  
    22. Without a doubt, these are the very ones who will lose most in the Hereafter!  
    23. But those who believe and work righteousness, and humble themselves before their Lord,‐ They will be
    companions of the gardens, to dwell therein for aye!  
    24. These two kinds (of men) may be compared to the blind and deaf, and those who can see and hear well.
    Are they equal when compared? Will ye not then take heed?  
    25. We sent Noah to his people (with a mission): "I have come to you with a Clear Warning:  
    26. "That ye serve none but Allah. Verily I do fear for you the penalty of a grievous day."  
    27. But the chiefs of the Unbelievers among his people said: "We see (in) thee nothing but a man like
    ourselves: Nor do we see that any follow thee but the meanest among us, in judgment immature: Nor do we
    see in you (all) any merit above us: in fact we thing ye are liars!"  
    28. He said: "O my people! See ye if (it be that) I have a Clear Sign from my Lord, and that He hath sent Mercy
    unto me from His own presence, but that the Mercy hath been obscured from your sight? shall we compel you
    to accept it when ye are averse to it?  
    29. "And O my people! I ask you for no wealth in return: my reward is from none but Allah. But I will not drive
    away (in contempt) those who believe: for verily they are to meet their Lord, and ye I see are the ignorant
    ones!  
    30. "And O my people! who would help me against Allah if I drove them away? Will ye not then take heed?  
    31. "I tell you not that with me are the treasures of Allah, nor do I know what is hidden, nor claim I to be an
    angel. Nor yet do I say, of those whom your eyes do despise that Allah will not grant them (all) that is good:
    Allah knoweth best what is in their souls: I should, if I did, indeed be a wrong‐doer."  
    32. They said: "O Noah! thou hast disputed with us, and (much) hast thou prolonged the dispute with us: now
    bring upon us what thou threatenest us with, if thou speakest the truth!?"  
    33. He said: "Truly, Allah will bring it on you if He wills,‐ and then, ye will not be able to frustrate it!  
    34. "Of no profit will be my counsel to you, much as I desire to give you (good) counsel, if it be that Allah
    willeth to leave you astray: He is your Lord! and to Him will ye return!"  
    35. Or do they say, "He has forged it"? Say: "If I had forged it, on me were my sin! and I am free of the sins of
    which ye are guilty!  
    36. It was revealed to Noah: "None of thy people will believe except those who have believed already! So
    grieve no longer over their (evil) deeds.  115
    37. "But construct an Ark under Our eyes and Our inspiration, and address Me no (further) on behalf of those
    who are in sin: for they are about to be overwhelmed (in the Flood)."  
    38. Forthwith he (starts) constructing the Ark: Every time that the chiefs of his people passed by him, they
    threw ridicule on him. He said: "If ye ridicule us now, we (in our turn) can look down on you with ridicule
    likewise!  
    39. "But soon will ye know who it is on whom will descend a penalty that will cover them with shame,‐ on
    whom will be unloosed a penalty lasting:"  
    40. At length, behold! there came Our command, and the fountains of the earth gushed forth! We said:
    "Embark therein, of each kind two, male and female, and your family ‐ except those against whom the word
    has already gone forth,‐ and the Believers." but only a few believed with him.  
    41. So he said: "Embark ye on the Ark, In the name of Allah, whether it move or be at rest! For my Lord is, be
    sure, Oft‐Forgiving, Most Merciful!"  
    42. So the Ark floated with them on the waves (towering) like mountains, and Noah called out to his son, who
    had separated himself (from the rest): "O my son! embark with us, and be not with the unbelievers!"  
    43. The son replied: "I will betake myself to some mountain: it will save me from the water." Noah said: "This
    day nothing can save, from the command of Allah, any but those on whom He hath mercy! "And the waves
    came between them, and the son was among those overwhelmed in the Flood.  
    44. Then the word went forth: "O earth! swallow up thy water, and O sky! Withhold (thy rain)!" and the water
    abated, and the matter was ended. The Ark rested on Mount Judi, and the word went forth: "Away with those
    who do wrong!"  
    45. And Noah called upon his Lord, and said: "O my Lord! surely my son is of my family! and Thy promise is
    true, and Thou art the justest of Judges!"  
    46. He said: "O Noah! He is not of thy family: For his conduct is unrighteous. So ask not of Me that of which
    thou hast no knowledge! I give thee counsel, lest thou act like the ignorant!"  
    47. Noah said: "O my Lord! I do seek refuge with Thee, lest I ask Thee for that of which I have no knowledge.
    And unless thou forgive me and have Mercy on me, I should indeed be lost!"  
    48. The word came: "O Noah! Come down (from the Ark) with peace from Us, and blessing on thee and on
    some of the peoples (who will spring) from those with thee: but (there will be other) peoples to whom We
    shall grant their pleasures (for a time), but in the end will a grievous penalty reach them from Us."  
    49. Such are some of the stories of the unseen, which We have revealed unto thee: before this, neither thou
    nor thy people knew them. So persevere patiently: for the End is for those who are righteous.  
    50. To the 'Ad People (We sent) Hud, one of their own brethren. He said: "O my people! worship Allah. ye
    have no other god but Him. (Your other gods) ye do nothing but invent!  116
    51. "O my people! I ask of you no reward for this (Message). My reward is from none but Him who created
    me: Will ye not then understand?  
    52. "And O my people! Ask forgiveness of your Lord, and turn to Him (in repentance): He will send you the
    skies pouring abundant rain, and add strength to your strength: so turn ye not back in sin!"  
    53. They said: "O Hud! No Clear (Sign) that hast thou brought us, and we are not the ones to desert our gods
    on thy word! Nor shall we believe in thee!  
    54. "We say nothing but that (perhaps) some of our gods may have seized thee with imbecility." He said: "I call
    Allah to witness, and do ye bear witness, that I am free from the sin of ascribing, to Him,  
    55. "Other gods as partners! so scheme (your worst) against me, all of you, and give me no respite.  
    56. "I put my trust in Allah, My Lord and your Lord! There is not a moving creature, but He hath grasp of its
    fore‐lock. Verily, it is my Lord that is on a straight Path.  
    57. "If ye turn away,‐ I (at least) have conveyed the Message with which I was sent to you. My Lord will make
    another people to succeed you, and you will not harm Him in the least. For my Lord hath care and watch over
    all things."  
    58. So when Our decree issued, We saved Hud and those who believed with him, by (special) Grace from
    Ourselves: We saved them from a severe penalty.  
    59. Such were the 'Ad People: they rejected the Signs of their Lord and Cherisher; disobeyed His apostles; And
    followed the command of every powerful, obstinate transgressor.  
    60. And they were pursued by a Curse in this life,‐  and on the Day of Judgment. Ah! Behold! for the 'Ad
    rejected their Lord and Cherisher! Ah! Behold! removed (from sight) were 'Ad the people of Hud!  
    61. To the Thamud People (We sent) Salih, one of their own brethren. He said: "O my people! Worship Allah.
    ye have no other god but Him. It is He Who hath produced you from the earth and settled you therein: then
    ask forgiveness of Him, and turn to Him (in repentance): for my Lord is (always) near, ready to answer."  
    62. They said: "O Salih! thou hast been of us! a centre of our hopes hitherto! dost thou (now) forbid us the
    worship of what our fathers worshipped? But we are really in suspicious (disquieting) doubt as to that to
    which thou invitest us."  
    63. He said: "O my people! do ye see? if I have a Clear (Sign) from my Lord and He hath sent Mercy unto me
    from Himself,‐ who then can help me against Allah if I were to disobey Him? What then would ye add to my
    (portion) but perdition?  
    64. "And O my people! This she‐camel of Allah is a symbol to you: leave her to feed on Allah.s (free) earth, and
    inflict no harm on her, or a swift penalty will seize you!"  
    65. But they did ham‐string her. So he said: "Enjoy yourselves in your homes for three days: (Then will be your
    ruin): (Behold) there a promise not to be belied!"  117
    66. When Our Decree issued, We saved Salih and those who believed with him, by (special) Grace from
    Ourselves  ‐ and from the Ignominy of that day. For thy Lord  ‐ He is the Strong One, and able to enforce His
    Will.  
    67. The (mighty) Blast overtook the wrong‐doers, and they lay prostrate in their homes before the morning,‐  
    68. As if they had never dwelt and flourished there. Ah! Behold! for the Thamud rejected their Lord and
    Cherisher! Ah! Behold! removed (from sight) were the Thamud!  
    69. There came Our messengers to Abraham with glad tidings. They said, "Peace!" He answered, "Peace!" and
    hastened to entertain them with a roasted calf.  
    70. But when he saw their hands went not towards the (meal), he felt some mistrust of them, and conceived a
    fear of them. They said: "Fear not: We have been sent against the people of Lut."  
    71. And his wife was standing (there), and she laughed: But we gave her glad tidings of Isaac, and after him, of
    Jacob.  
    72. She said: "Alas for me! shall I bear a child, seeing I am an old woman, and my husband here is an old man?
    That would indeed be a wonderful thing!"  
    73. They said: "Dost thou wonder at Allah.s decree? The grace of Allah and His blessings on you, o ye people of
    the house! for He is indeed worthy of all praise, full of all glory!"  
    74. When fear had passed from (the mind of) Abraham and the glad tidings had reached him, he began to
    plead with us for Lut's people.  
    75. For Abraham was, without doubt, forbearing (of faults), compassionate, and given to look to Allah.  
    76. O Abraham! Seek not this. The decree of thy Lord hath gone forth: for them there cometh a penalty that
    cannot be turned back!  
    77. When Our messengers came to Lut, he was grieved on their account and felt himself powerless (to
    protect) them. He said: "This is a distressful day."  
    78. And his people came rushing towards him, and they had been long in the habit of practising abominations.
    He said: "O my people! Here are my daughters: they are purer for you (if ye marry)! Now fear Allah, and cover
    me not with shame about my guests! Is there not among you a single right‐minded man?"  
    79. They said: "Well dost thou know we have no need of thy daughters: indeed thou knowest quite well what
    we want!"  
    80. He said: "Would that I had power to suppress you or that I could betake myself to some powerful
    support."  
    81. (The Messengers) said: "O Lut! We are Messengers from thy Lord! By no means shall they reach thee! now
    travel with thy family while yet a part of the night remains, and let not any of you look back: but thy wife (will118
    remain behind): To her will happen what happens to the people. Morning is their time appointed: Is not the
    morning nigh?"  
    82. When Our Decree issued, We turned (the cities) upside down, and rained down on them brimstones hard
    as baked clay, spread, layer on layer,‐  
    83. Marked as from thy Lord: Nor are they ever far from those who do wrong!  
    84. To the Madyan People (We sent) Shu'aib, one of their own brethren: he said: "O my people! worship Allah.
    Ye have no other god but Him. And give not short measure or weight: I see you in prosperity, but I fear for you
    the penalty of a day that will compass (you) all round.  
    85. "And O my people! give just measure and weight, nor withhold from the people the things that are their
    due: commit not evil in the land with intent to do mischief.  
    86. "That which is left you by Allah is best for you, if ye (but) believed! but I am not set over you to keep
    watch!"  
    87. They said: "O Shu'aib! Does thy (religion of) prayer command thee that we leave off the worship which our
    fathers practised, or that we leave off doing what we like with our property? truly, thou art the one that
    forbeareth with faults and is right‐ minded!"  
    88. He said: "O my people! see ye whether I have a Clear (Sign) from my Lord, and He hath given me
    sustenance (pure and) good as from Himself? I wish not, in opposition to you, to do that which I forbid you to
    do. I only desire (your) betterment to the best of my power; and my success (in my task) can only come from
    Allah. In Him I trust, and unto Him I look.  
    89. "And O my people! let not my dissent (from you) cause you to sin, lest ye suffer a fate similar to that of the
    people of Noah or of Hud or of Salih, nor are the people of Lut far off from you!  
    90. "But ask forgiveness of your Lord, and turn unto Him (in repentance): For my Lord is indeed full of mercy
    and loving‐kindness."  
    91. They said: "O Shu'aib! much of what thou sayest we do not understand! In fact among us we see that thou
    hast no strength! Were it not for thy family, we should certainly have stoned thee! for thou hast among us no
    great position!"  
    92. He said: "O my people! is then my family of more consideration with you than Allah. For ye cast Him away
    behind your backs (with contempt). But verily my Lord encompasseth on all sides all that ye do!  
    93. "And O my people! Do whatever ye can: I will do (my part): Soon will ye know who it is on whom descends
    the penalty of ignominy; and who is a liar! and watch ye! for I too am watching with you!"  
    94. When Our decree issued, We saved Shu'aib and those who believed with him, by (special) mercy from
    Ourselves: But the (mighty) blast did seize the wrong‐  doers, and they lay prostrate in their homes by the
    morning,‐  119
    95. As if they had never dwelt and flourished there! Ah! Behold! How the Madyan were removed (from sight)
    as were removed the Thamud!  
    96. And we sent Moses, with Our Clear (Signs) and an authority manifest,  
    97. Unto Pharaoh and his chiefs: but they followed the command of Pharaoh and the command of Pharaoh
    was no right (guide).  
    98. He will go before his people on the Day of Judgment, and lead them into the Fire (as cattle are led to
    water): But woeful indeed will be the place to which they are led!  
    99. And they are followed by a curse in this (life) and on the Day of Judgment: and woeful is the gift which
    shall be given (unto them)!  
    100. These are some of the stories of communities which We relate unto thee: of them some are standing,
    and some have been mown down (by the sickle of time).  
    101. It was not We that wronged them: They wronged their own souls: the deities, other than Allah, whom
    they invoked, profited them no whit when there issued the decree of thy Lord: Nor did they add aught (to
    their lot) but perdition!  
    102. Such is the chastisement of thy Lord when He chastises communities in the midst of their wrong:
    grievous, indeed, and severe is His chastisement.  
    103. In that is a Sign for those who fear the penalty of the Hereafter: that is a Day for which mankind will be
    gathered together: that will be a Day of Testimony.  
    104. Nor shall We delay it but for a term appointed.  
    105. The day it arrives, no soul shall speak except by His leave: of those (gathered) some will be wretched and
    some will be blessed.  
    106. Those who are wretched shall be in the Fire: There will be for them therein (nothing but) the heaving of
    sighs and sobs:  
    107. They will dwell therein for all the time that the heavens and the earth endure, except as thy Lord willeth:
    for thy Lord is the (sure) accomplisher of what He planneth.  
    108. And those who are blessed shall be in the Garden: They will dwell therein for all the time that the
    heavens and the earth endure, except as thy Lord willeth: a gift without break.  
    109. Be not then in doubt as to what these men worship. They worship nothing but what their fathers
    worshipped before (them): but verily We shall pay them back (in full) their portion without (the least)
    abatement.  120
    110. We certainly gave the Book to Moses, but differences arose therein: had it not been that a word had
    gone forth before from thy Lord, the matter would have been decided between them, but they are in
    suspicious doubt concerning it.  
    111. And, of a surety, to all will your Lord pay back (in full the recompense) of their deeds: for He knoweth
    well all that they do.  
    112. Therefore stand firm (in the straight Path) as thou art commanded,‐ thou and those who with thee turn
    (unto Allah.; and transgress not (from the Path): for He seeth well all that ye do.  
    113. And incline not to those who do wrong, or the Fire will seize you; and ye have no protectors other than
    Allah, nor shall ye be helped.  
    114. And establish regular prayers at the two ends of the day and at the approaches of the night: For those
    things, that are good remove those that are evil: Be that the word of remembrance to those who remember
    (their Lord):  
    115. And be steadfast in patience; for verily Allah will not suffer the reward of the righteous to perish.  
    116. Why were there not, among the generations before you, persons possessed of balanced good sense,
    prohibiting (men) from mischief in the earth  ‐ except a few among them whom We saved (from harm)? But
    the wrong‐doers pursued the enjoyment of the good things of life which were given them, and persisted in
    sin.  
    117. Nor would thy Lord be the One to destroy communities for a single wrong‐ doing, if its members were
    likely to mend.  
    118. If thy Lord had so willed, He could have made mankind one people: but they will not cease to dispute.  
    119. Except those on whom thy Lord hath bestowed His Mercy: and for this did He create them: and the Word
    of thy Lord shall be fulfilled: "I will fill Hell with jinns and men all together."  
    120. All that we relate to thee of the stories of the apostles,‐ with it We make firm thy heart: in them there
    cometh to thee the Truth, as well as an exhortation and a message of remembrance to those who believe.  
    121. Say to those who do not believe: "Do what ever ye can: We shall do our part;  
    122. "And wait ye! We too shall wait."  
    123. To Allah do belong the unseen (secrets) of the heavens and the earth, and to Him goeth back every affair
    (for decision): then worship Him, and put thy trust in Him: and thy Lord is not unmindful of aught that ye do.
  

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