In the Name of Allah (God) the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.
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39. Surah Az-Zumar (The Groups)

In the name of Allah, the Compassionate, the Merciful.


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1. The revelation of this Book is from Allah, the Mighty, the Wise.
2. Verily We! We have sent down the Book Unto thee With truth: wherefore worship thou Allah, making exclusion for Him in religion.
3. LO! for Allah is the religion exclusive. And those who take patrons beside Him, saying: We Worship them not save in order that they may bring us nigh Unto God in approach - -verily Allah will judge between them concerning that wherein they differ. Verily Allah guideth not him who is a liar and ingrate.
4. Had Allah willed to take a son, He could have chosen whatsoever He pleased out of that which He hath created. Hallowed be He! He is Allah the One, the Subduer.
5. He hath created the heavens and the earth with truth. He rolleth the night around the day, and rolleth the day around the night, and He hath subjected the sun and the moon: each running on for a term appointed! Lo! He is the Mighty, the Forgiver.
6. He created you Of a Single soul, and made his spouse therefrom; and of the cattle He sent down Unto you eight pairs. He createth you in the bellies of your mothers, one creation after creation, in a threefold darkness. Such is Allah, your Lord. His is the dominion, there is no god but He. Whither then turn ye away?
7. If ye disbelieve, then verily Allah is Independent of you. And He approveth  not of infidelity in His bondmen. And if ye return thanks He approveth of that in you. No burdened soul shall bear another's burthen. Thereafter Unto your Lord is Your return; and He shall declare Unto you that which ye have been Working. Verily He is the Knower of that which is in the breasts.
8. And when some hurt toucheth man, he calleth upon his Lord, turning Unto Him in penitence; then when He bestoweth upon him a favour from Himself, he forgetteth that for which he called on Him afore, and setteth up peers Unto Allah that He may lead astray others from His way Say thou: enjoy thou life in thy infidelity for a while, verily thou art of the fellows of the Fire.
9. Is he who is devout, in the watches of the night prostrating himself and standing, bewaring of the Hereafter and hoping for the mercy of his Lord to be dealt with like a wicked infidel?  Say thou: shall they who know and those who know not be held equal? It is only men of understanding who receive admonition.
10. Say thou: O Mine bondmen who believe! fear your Lord. For those who do good in this world there is good: and Allah's earth is spacious. Verily the patient shall be paid in full their hire without reckoning.
11. Say thou: verily I am commanded to worship Allah, making for Him religion exclusive.
12. And I am commanded this, in order I may be the first Of those who submit.
13. Say thou: verily fear, if I disobeyed my Lord, torment of a Day mighty.
14. Say thou: it is Allah I worship, making for Him my religion exclusive
15. So worship whatsoever ye will, besidev him. Say thou:verily the losers are those who shall have lost themselves and their household" on the Day of judgment LO! that will be a loss manifest.
16. For them! above them shall be coverings of Fire and beneath them coverings. Therewith Allah affrighteth His bondmen. O My bondmen! wherefore fear Me.
17. And those who avoid the devils lest they should worship them and turn Unto Allah in penitence, for them are glad tidings. Wherefore give thou glad tidings Unto My bondmen,
18. Who hearken Unto the word and follow that which is the exceLlent there of. These are they whom Allah hath guided, and those are men of understanding.
19. Is he then on whom is justified the decree of torment - wilt thou rescue him who is in the Fire?
20. But those whofear their Lord, for them are lofty chambers with lofty chambers above them, built whereunder rivers flow: the promise of Allah, and Allah faileth not the appointment.
21. Beholdest thou not that Allah sendeth down water from the heaven, and causeth it to enter springs in the earth, and thereafter produceth thereby corn various coloured. Thereafter it wirhereth, and thou beholdest it turn yellow; then He maketh it chaff. Verily herein is an admonition for men of understanding.
22. Shall he then whose breast Allah hath expanded for Islam, so that he followeth a light from his Lord be as he whose heart is hardened?  Then woe Unto those whose hearts are hardened against remembrance of Allah. They are in an error manifest.
23. Allah hath revealed the most excellent discourse, a Book consimilar oft-repeated, whereat trembleth the skins of these who fear their Lord; then their skins and their hearts soften at the remembrance of Allah. This is Allah's guidance, wherewith He guideth whomsoever He will. And whomsoever Allah sendeth astray, for him there is no guide.
24. Is he, then, who will shield himself with his face from the evil of torment on the Day of Resurrection be as he who is secure therefrom And it shall be said Unto the wrong-doers:taste ye that which ye have been earning.
25. Those before them belied, wherefore the torment came on them whence they knew not.
26. So Allah made them taste humiliation in the life of the world. And surely the torment of the Hereafter is greater - if they but know!
27. And assuredly We have propounded for mankind in this Qur'an all kinds of similitudes, that haply they may be admonished.
28. An Arabic Qur'an, wherein there is no crookedness, that haply they may fear.
29. Allah propoundeth a similitude: man having several partners, "quarelling, and a man wholly belonging to one man. Are the two equal in likeness? All praise Unto Allah. But most of them know not.
30. Verily thou art mortal, and verily they are mortals.

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