In the Name of Allah (God) the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.
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22. Surah Al Hajj (The Pilgrimage)

In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.


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1. Mankind! fear your Lord; verily the quake of the Hour shall be a thing mighty.
2. The Day whereon ye behold it, every suckling woman shall forget that which she suckleth, and every burthened woman shall lay down her burthen; and thou shalt behold mankind as drunken, whereas drunken they will be not, but the torment of Allah shall be severe.
3. And of mankind is he who disputeth respecting Allah without knowledge, and followeth any Satan froward.
4. Against whom it is prescribed, that: whosoever befriendeth him, him he shall lead astray and shall guide him on to the torment of the Flame.
5. O Mankind! if ye be in doubt respecting the Resurrection, then We have created you of the dust, then of a drop, then of clot, then of a piece of flesh, formed and unformed, that We might manifest unto you Our power. And We settle in the wombs that which We will until a term determined. Then We bring you forth as babes, then We let you reach your maturity. And of you is he who dieth, and of you is he who is brought back to the most abject age, so that after knowing he knoweth not aught. Andthou beholdest the earth withered up, and when We send down thereon water, it stirreth and swelleth, and it groweth every luxuriant kind of growth.
6. That, because Allah! He is The Truth, and He quickeneth the dead, and verily He is over everything Potent.
7. And because the Hour is coming- there is no doubt thereof--and because Allah will raise up those who are in the graves.
8. And of mankind is he who disputeth respecting Allah without knowledge or guidance or a Book luminous.
9. Bending his neck, that he may lead astray from the way of Allah; his shall be humiliation in the world, and We shall make him taste on the Day of Judgment the torment of Burning.
10. That is because of that which thy hands have sent forth, and verily Allah is not a wronger of His bondmen.
11. And of mankind is he who worshippeth Allah as on edge; if there befalleth him good, he in  contented therewith, and if there befalleth him a trial, he turneth round on his face; he loseth the world and the Hereafter: that indeed is a loss manifest!
12. He calleth upon that, beside Allah, which can neither hurt him nor profit him! that! it is a straying far-off.
13. He calleth upon him whose hurt is nearer than his profit: surely ill the patron! ill the comrade!
14. Verily Allah shall cause those who believe and work righteous works to enter Gardens whereunder rivers flow; verily Allah doth whatsoever He intendeth.
15. Whosoever hath been imagining that Allah shall not make him victorious in the world and the Hereafter, let him stretch a cord up to the heaven and let him cut it, and let him look if his stratagem can do away that whereat he enrageth.
16. And Thus We have sent it down as evidences, and verily Allah guideth whomsoever He intendeth.
17. Verily those who believe and those who are Judaised and the Sabians and the Nazarenes and the Magians and those who associate - verily Allah will decide between them on the Day of Judgment; verily Allah is over everything a Witness.
18. Beholdest thou not that Allah unto Him adore whosoever is in the heavens and on the earth, and the sun, and the moon, and the mountains, and the trees and the beasts, and many of mankind! And many are there on whom due is the torment. And whomsoever Allah despiseth, none can honour; verily Allah doth whatsoever He willeth.
19. These twain are opponents who contended respecting their Lord; then as for those who disbelieved, cut out for them shall be raiments of frre: poured out over their head shall be hot water.
20. Molten thereby shall be that which is in their bellies and also their skins.
21. And for them shall be maces of iron.
22. So oft as they would seek to go forth therefrom, because of anguish, they shall be sent back therein, and taste the torment of Burning.
23. Verily Allah will cause those who believe and work righteous works to enter Gardens whereunder the rivers flow, wherein they will be bedecked with brace lets of gold and with pearls, and their garment therein shall be of silk.
24. And they have been guided unto goodly speech, and they have been guided to the path of the Praiseworthy.
25. Verily those who disbelieve and hinder others from the path of Allah and from the Sacred Mosque which We have appointed for mankind, equal in respect thereunto are the dweller therein and the stranger. And whosoever will seek profanity therein wrongfully, We shall make him taste of a torment afflictive.
26. And recall what time We settled Ibrahim in the place of the House, Saying: associate not thou with Me aught, and purify My House for these who circumambulate and those who stand up and those who bow and make prostration.
27. And proclaim thou among mankind the pilgrimage; they shall come unto thee on foot and on any lean mount, coming from every deep defile.
28. That they may witness the benefits to them and may mention the name of Allah on the days known over the beast cattle wherewith He hath provided them. So eat thereof, and feed the hungry poor.
29. Thereafter let them end their unkemptnesss and fulfil their vows and circumambulate the ancient House.
30. Thus it is. And whosoever suspecteth the sacred ordinances of Allah, it shall be better for him with his Lord. And allowed unto you are the cattle, save that which hath been rehearsed unto you; so avoid the pollution of the idols, and avoid the word of falsehood.

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