In the Name of Allah (God) the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.
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6. Surah Al-An'am (The Cattles)


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

 


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1. All praise unto Allah , who created the heavens and the earth and made the darknesses and the light, yet those who disbelieve equalise others with their Lord.
2. He it is who created you of clay and then decreed a term - and a term determined is with Him - yet ye waver.
3. He is Allah in the heavens and the earth; He knoweth your secret and your publishment, and He knoweth that which ye earn.
4. And not a sign cometh unto them of the signs of their Lord but that therefore they have been backsliders.
5. Surely they have belied the truth when it came unto them; so presently there cometh unto them the tidings of that whereat they have been mocking.
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Observe they not how many a generation before them We have destroyed whom We had established on the earth as We have not established you, and upon whom We had sent the rains of heaven pouring and under whom We had made the rivers flow; yet We destroyed them for their sins and We produced after them a generation of others.

7. And had We sent down unto thee a Book written upon parchment so that they could have touched it with their hands, those who disbelieve would have said: this is naught but magic manifest.
8. And they say: wherefore hath not an angel been sent down unto him? Were We to send down an angel, the affair would have been decreed and they would not be respited.
9. And had We made him an angel, We would still have made him a man, and We would have confounded for them that which they are confounding.
10. And assuredly mocked were the apostles before thee, wherefore that whereat they scoffed beset these who had been mocking.
11. Say thou: go about in the earth and then see what wise hath been the end of the beliers.
12. Say thou: whose is whatsoever is in the heavens and the earth? Say thou:  Allah's. He hath prescribed mercy for Himself. Surely He shall gather you together on the Day of Judgement whereof there is no doubt. Those who have lost themselves shall not believe.
13. His is whatsoever dwelleth in the night and the day; and He is the Hearer, the Knower.
14. Say thou: Shall I take for a patron any other than Allah, the Maker of the heavens and the earth! And He feedeth, and is not fed. Say thou: I am  commanded that I be the first who submitteth himself, and that: be thou not of the associaters.
15. Say thou: verily fear, if disobey my Lord, the torment of a Mighty Day.
16. From whomsoever it is averted on that Day, upon him indeed He has had mercy; that is a supreme achievement.
17. If Allah touch thee with hurt there is no reverser thereof but he, and if he touch thee with good, then He is over everything Potent.
18. He is the Supreme above His creatures; and He is the Wise, the Aware.
19. Say thou: what thing is the greatest in testimony? Say thou: Allah is Witness between me and you, and this Qur'an hath been revealed unto me that I may thereby warn you and whomsoever it may reach. Would ye indeed testify that there is anot her god together with Allah? Say thou: I testify not. Say thou: verily He is the One God, and I am quit of that which ye associate.
20. Those whom We have vouchsafed the Book recognise him even as they recognise their own children. Yet those who have lost themselves will not believe.
21. And who is a greater wrong-doer than he who fabricateth a lie against Allah or belieth His signs? Verily the wrong-doers shall not fare well.
22. And let them beware the Day whereon We shall gather them all together; then We shall say unto those who associated: where are your associate-gods whom ye have been asserting?
23. Then they will have no excuse but to say: by God our Lord, we have not been associaters.
24. Behold! how they lied against themselves! and then failed them that which they had been fabricating.
25. And of them are some who hearken unto thee and We have set over their hearts veils lest they understand it, and in their ears heaviness, and though they see any sign they will not believe therein: in as much as when they come to thee, they dispute with thee. Then who disbelieve say: this is naught but the fables of the ancients.
26. And they prohibit others therefrom, and they withdraw therefrom, and they destroy not but their own souls while they perceive not.
27. And couldst thou see what time they shall be held over the Fire, and then they will say: would that we were sent back and now we shall not belie the signs of our Lord and we shall be of the believers.
28. Yea! manifest hath become unto them that which they were erst wont to hide. And were they sent back they would surely return to that which was prohibited to them, and verily they are perfect liars.
29. And they say: there is naught but our life of the world, nor are we to be raised.
30. And couldst thou see what time they shall be held before their Lord? He will say: is this not real? They will say: aye! by our Lord! He will say: taste then the torment for ye have been disbelieving.

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