1The revelation of this Book is from Allah the Exalted in Power Full of Wisdom.
2Verily it is We Who have revealed the Book to thee in Truth: so serve Allah offering Him sincere devotion.
*** Any and ALL references to the 'BOOK' implying the Quran are utterly FALSE since the Quran was NEVER in book form in the lifetime of Muhammad ***
3>Is it not to Allah that sincere devotion is due? But those who take for protectors other than Allah (say): "We only serve them in order that they may bring us nearer to Allah." Truly Allah will judge between them in that wherein they differ. But Allah guides not such as are false and ungrateful.
*** As mentioned in 29:61, the term Allah was already in use by the pagan Arabs long before Muhammad and his Quran.
Verse 43:87 attests to this also. Allah after all, was the name of the supreme rock god of the Ka'ba and the father of the three daughters: al Lat; al Uzza & al Manat that became the centre of the SATANIC VERSES controversy ***
4>Had Allah wished to take to Himself a son He could have chosen whom He pleased out of those whom He doth create: but Glory be to Him! (He is above such things.) He is Allah the One the Irresistible.
#4246 It is blasphemy to say that Allah begot a son. If that were true, He should have had a wife (vi. 101), and His son would have been of the same kind as Himself; whereas Allah is one, with no one else like unto Him (cxii. 4). Begetting is an animal act which goes with sex. How can it be consistent with our conception of One Who is above all Creatures? If such a blasphemous thought were possible, as that Allah wanted some one else to help Him, He could have chosen the best of His creatures instead of lowering Himself to an animal act. But glory to Allah! He is above such things! His Unity is the first thing that we have to learn about Him. As He is Omnipotent, He requires no creatures to help Him or bring other creatures to Him. (39.4)#
*** This is primarily an attack on Christianity and its belief in the alleged divinity of
5>He created the heavens and the earth in true (proportions): He makes the Night overlap the Day and the Day overlap the Night: He has subjected the sun and the moon (to His law) each one follows a course for a time appointed. Is not He the Exalted in Power He Who forgives again and again?
6>He created you (all) from a single person: then created of like nature his mate; and He sent down for you eight head of cattle in pairs: He makes you in the wombs of your mothers in stages one after another in three veils of darkness. Such is Allah your Lord and Cherisher: to Him belongs (all) dominion. There is no god but He: then how are ye turned away (from your true Center)?
# 4250 See vi. 143-4, where four kinds of cattle are mentioned in pairs in connection with certain Arab superstitions which are there condemned. Here the, same four kinds are mentioned as representative of domesticated cattle given by Allah as useful to man. These are sheep, goats, camels, and oxen. In Arab idiom the horse is not included among "cattle". For the wisdom and goodness of Allah in granting man dominion over cattle, see xxxvi. 71-73. (39.6)4251 See xxii. 5, where the gradual physical growth of man in several successive stages is mentioned as one of the Signs of Allah's creative Power and cherishing care. (39.6)4252 The three veils of darkness which cover the unborn child are: the caul or membrane, the womb, and the hollow in which the womb is enclosed. (39.6)4253 It is clear that you owe your very existence and your maintenance, growth, and preservation, to Allah; How is it that you are turned away by chance things from Him? #
*** Whatever the Arab idiom was about the four pairs of cattle, the expression 'granting man dominion over the cattle' is copied - as usual - from the Torah as in
Genesis 1: "25. And God made the beasts of the earth after their kind, and cattle after their kind, and every thing that creeps upon the earth after its kind; and God saw that it was good.26. And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness; and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the birds of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creeps upon the earth".
Because of his inability to explain the incomprehensible and unintelligible verses above, the interpreter creates wild and imaginary solutions for them.
He stretches credulity especially in explaining the 'three veils of darkness' as if the pagan Arabs had knowledge of the biological intricacies of the female reproductive
7>It ye reject (Allah) truly Allah has no need of you; but He liketh not ingratitude from His servants: if ye are grateful He is pleased with you. No bearer of burdens can bear the burden of another. In the end to your Lord is your return when He will tell you the truth of all that ye did (in this life). For He knoweth well all that is in (men's) hearts.
8When some trouble toucheth man he crieth unto his Lord turning to Him in repentance: but when He bestoweth a favor upon him as from Himself (man) doth forget what he cried and prayed for before and he doth set up rivals unto Allah thus misleading others from Allah's Path. Say "Enjoy thy blasphemy for a little while: verily thou art (one) of the Companions of the Fire!"
9>Is one who worships devoutly during the hours of the night prostrating himself or standing (in adoration) who takes heed of the Hereafter and who places his hope in the Mercy of his Lord (like one who does not)? Say: "Are those equal those who know and those who do not know? It is those who are endued with understanding that receive admonition."
10>Say: "O ye my servants who believe! Fear your Lord: good is (the reward) for those who do good in this world. Spacious is Allah's earth! Those who patiently persevere will truly receive a reward without measure!"
11Say: "Verily I am commanded to serve Allah with sincere devotion;
12"And I am commanded to be the first of those who bow to Allah in Islam."
13>Say: "I would if I disobeyed my Lord indeed have fear of the Penalty of a Mighty Day."
14>Say: "It is Allah I serve with my sincere (and exclusive) devotion:
15>"Serve ye what ye will besides Him." Say: "Truly those in loss are those who lose their own souls and their People on the Day of Judgement: Ah! that is indeed the (real and) evident Loss!"
16>They shall have layers of fire above them and layers (of fire) below them: with this doth Allah warn off His servants: "O my servants! Then fear ye Me!"
17>Those who eschew evil and fall not into its worship and turn to Allah (in repentance) for them is Good News: so announce the Good News to My Servants
18>Those who listen to the Word and follow the best (meaning) in it: those are the ones whom Allah has guided and those are the ones endued with understanding.
*** Again and again, the reader has to be reminded of the concept of PRE-DESTINATION that is paramount in the Quran. A concept, which actually deprives humanity of any FREE WILL, to choose right from wrong.
Allahguides whom he pleases and misguides others.
Pre-destination precludes the need for religion, for prophets and hence for Muhammad***
19Is then one against whom the decree of Punishment is justly due (equal to one who eschews evil)? Wouldst thou then deliver one (who is) in the fire?
20>But it is for those who fear their Lord that lofty mansions one above another have been built: beneath them flow rivers (of delight): (such is) the promise of Allah: never doth Allah fail in (His) promise.
39:21>Seest thou not that Allah sends down rain from the sky and leads it through springs in the earth? Then He causes to grow therewith produce of various colors: then it withers; thou wilt see it grow yellow; then He makes it dry up and crumble away. Truly in this is a Message of remembrance to men of understanding.
22>Is one whose heart Allah has opened to Islam so that he has received enlightenment from Allah (no better than one hard-hearted)? Woe to those whose hearts are hardened against celebrating the praises of Allah! They are manifestly wandering (in error)!
23>Allah has revealed (from time to time) the most beautiful message in the form of a Book consistent with itself (Yet) repeating (its teaching in various aspects): the skins of those who fear their Lord tremble thereat; then their skins and their hearts do soften to the celebration of Allah's praises. Such is the guidance of Allah: He guides therewith whom He pleases but such as Allah leaves to stray can have none to guide.
24>Is then one who has to fear the brunt of the Penalty on the Day of Judgement (and receive it) on his face (like one guarded therefrom)? It will be said to the wrongdoers: "Taste ye (the fruits of) what ye earned!"
25>Those before them (also) rejected (revelation) and so the Punishment came to them from directions they did not perceive.
26>So Allah gave them a taste of humiliation in the present life but greater is the Punishment of the Hereafter if they only knew!
27>We have put forth for men in this Qur'an every kind of Parable in order that they may receive admonition.
28(It is) a Qur'an in Arabic without any crookedness (therein): in order that they may guard against Evil.
*** The verse asserts that the Quran is given in the Arabic language, because it was directed primarily to the Arabs and to no one else.
The idea that it was meant for all of mankind, almost all of whom do not understand Arabic, is a gigantic deception perpetrated by the followerrs of Muhammad to justify their acts of conquest***
29Allah puts forth a Parable a man belonging to many partners at variance with each other and a man belonging entirely to one master: are those two equal in comparison? Praise be to Allah! But most of them have no knowledge.
30Truly thou wilt die (one day) and truly they (too) will die (one day).
31>In the end will ye (all) on the Day of Judgement settle your disputes in the presence of your Lord.
32>Who then doth more wrong than one who utters a lie concerning Allah and rejects the truth when it comes to him? Is there not in Hell an abode for blasphemers?
33>And he who brings the Truth and he who confirms (and supports) it such are the men who do right.
34>They shall have all that they wish for in the presence of their Lord: such is the reward of those who do good:
35>So that Allah will turn off from them (even) the worst in their deeds and give them their reward according to the best of what they have done.
36>Is not Allah enough for His servant? But they try to frighten thee with other (gods) besides him! For such as Allah leaves to stray there can be no guide.
37>And such as Allah doth guide there can be none to lead astray is not Allah Exalted in Power (able to enforce His Will) Lord of Retribution?
38>If indeed thou ask them who it is that created the heavens and the earth they would be sure to say "Allah." Say: "See ye then? The things that ye invoke besides Allah can they if Allah wills some Penalty for me remove His Penalty? Or if He wills some Grace for me can they keep back His Grace?" Say: "Sufficient is Allah for me! In Him trust those who put their trust."
39Say: "O my people! Do whatever ye can: I will do (my part): but soon will ye know
40>"Who it is to whom come a Penalty of ignominy and on whom descends a Penalty that abides."
41Verily We have revealed the Book to thee in Truth for (instructing) [lil nass] mankind. He then that receives guidance benefits his own soul: but he that strays injures his own soul. Nor art thou set over them to dispose of their affairs.
*** The term'lil nass/ the people' has been deliberately mistranslated to mankind to mislead the reader into believing that the Quran was meant for all of humanity; including all those who do not understand Arabic***
42>It is Allah that takes the souls (of men) at death: and those that die not (He takes) during their sleep: those on whom He has passed the decree of death He keeps back (from returning to life) but the rest He sends (to their bodies) for a term appointed. Verily in this are Signs for those who reflect.
43>What! Do they take for intercessors others besides Allah? Say: "Even if they have no power whatever and no intelligence?"
44>Say: "To Allah belongs exclusively (the right to grant) Intercession: to Him belongs the dominion of the heavens and the earth: in the End it is to Him that ye shall be brought back."
45>When Allah the One and Only is mentioned the hearts of those who believe not in the Hereafter are filled with disgust and horror; but when (gods) other than He are mentioned behold they are filled with joy!
46>Say: "O Allah! Creator of the heavens and the earth! Knower of all that is hidden and open! It is Thou that wilt judge between Thy Servants in those matters about which they have differed."
47>Even if the wrongdoers had all that there is on earth and as much more (in vain) would they offer it for ransom from the pain of the Penalty on the Day of Judgement: but something will confront them from Allah which they could never have counted upon!
48For the evils of their Deeds will confront them and they will be (completely) encircled by that which they used to mock at!
49Now when trouble touches man he cries to Us; but when We bestow a favor upon him as from Ourselves he says "This has been given to me because of a certain knowledge (I have)!" Nay but this is but a trial but most of them understand not!
50Thus did the (generations) before them say! But all that they did was of no profit to them.
51Nay the evil results of their deeds overtook them. And the wrongdoers of this (generation) the evil results of their deeds will soon overtake them (too) and they will never be able to frustrate (Our Plan)!
52Know they not that Allah enlarges the provision or restricts it for any He pleases? Verily in this are signs for those who believe!
*** Allah PRE-DESTINES all his creation***
53Say: "O my Servants who have transgressed against their souls! Despair not of the Mercy of Allah: for Allah forgives all sins: for He is Oft-Forgiving Most Merciful.
54>"Turn ye to your Lord (in repentance) and bow to His (Will) before the Penalty comes on you: after that ye shall not be helped.
55>"And follow the Best of (the courses) revealed to you from your Lord before the Penalty comes on you of a sudden while ye perceive not!--
56"Lest the soul should (then) say: Ah! woe is me! In that I neglected (my duty) towards Allah and was but among those who mocked!'
57"Or (lest) it should say: `If only Allah had guided me I should certainly have been among the righteous!'
*** The poor sod, Allah has not guided him to the right path. He will end up in the eternal torments ofAllah'sHell ***
58"Or (lest) it should say when it (actually) sees the Penalty: `If only I had another chance I should certainly be among those who do good!'
*** This verse is an oxymoron since 'another chance' - implying the freedom to choose a better path - is not possible since all of creation is pre-destined by Allah, each to its own path***
59"(The reply will be) `Nay but there came to thee My signs and thou didst reject them: thou wast haughty and became one of those who reject Faith!' "
60>On the Day of Judgement wilt thou see those who told lies against Allah; their faces will be turned black; is there not in Hell an abode for the Haughty?
61>But Allah will deliver the righteous to their place of salvation: no evil shall touch them nor shall they grieve.
62>Allah is the Creator of all things and He is the Guardian and Disposer of all affairs.
63>To Him belong the keys of the heavens and the earth: and those who reject the Signs of Allah it is they who will be in loss.
64>Say: "Is it someone other than Allah that ye order me to worship O ye ignorant ones?"
65But it has already been revealed to thee as it was to those before thee "If thou wert to join (gods with Allah) truly fruitless will be thy work (in life) and thou wilt surely be in the ranks of those who lose (all spiritual good)."
39:66>Nay but worship Allah and be of those who give thanks.
67>No just estimate have they made of Allah such as is due to Him: on the Day of Judgement the whole of the earth will be but His handful and the heavens will be rolled up in His right hand: Glory to Him! High is He above the Partners they attribute to Him!
68>The Trumpet will (just) be sounded when all that are in the heavens and on earth will swoon except such as it will please Allah (to exempt). Then will a second one be sounded when behold they will be standing and looking on!
#4343 Saiqa implies the idea of a swoon, or loss of all consciousness of being: it implies a cessation of the normal functioning of the usual powers of life or feeling. With the first Trumpet of the Resurrection the whole world will cease to be in the form and the relations which we see now: there will be a new heaven and a new earth, see xiv. 48, n. 1925; human souls will for the time being be dazed and lose all memory or consciousness of time or place or personality. With the second one, they will stand in a new world; they will see with clearer vision than ever before; and judgment will proceed.#
*** All Quranic verses related to the End of Days and Resurrection are copied and or modified copies from Hebrew and Christian Scriptures and traditions, since the pagan Arabs knew of no such concepts***
69>And the Earth will shine with the glory of its Lord: the Record (of Deeds) will be placed (open); the prophets and the witnesses will be brought forward: and a just decision pronounced between them; and they will not be wronged (in the least).
70>And to every soul will be paid in full (the fruit) of its deeds; and (Allah) knoweth best all that they do
*** The concept of a 'balance sheet of deeds' and reward and punishment, in the after-life, are not pagan but were plagairised from the Jews and Christians***
71>The Unbelievers will be led to Hell in crowds; until when they arrive there its gates will be opened and its Keepers will say "Did not apostles come to you from among yourselves rehearsing to you the Signs of your Lord and warning you of the meeting of this Day of yours?" The answer will be: "True: but the Decree of Punishment has been proved true against the Unbelievers!"
72> (To them) will be said: "Enter ye the gates of Hell to dwell therein: and evil is (this) abode of the arrogant!"
73>And those who feared their Lord will be led to the Garden in crowds: until behold they arrive there; its gates will be opened: and its Keepers will say: "Peace be upon you! Well have ye done! Enter ye here to dwell therein."
74>They will say: "Praise be to Allah Who has truly fulfilled His promise to us and has given us (this) land in heritage: we can dwell in the Garden as we will: how excellent a reward for those who work (righteousness)!"
75>And thou wilt see the angels surrounding the Throne (Divine) on all sides singing Glory and Praise to their Lord. The Decision between them (at Judgment) will be in (perfect) justice. And the cry (on all sides) will be "Praise be to Allah the Lord of the Worlds!"
*** The themes of angels singing the glory of Allah at his throne, are also copied from the Jewish and Christian traditions ***