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44:1  Ha. Mim
44:2  By the luminious Book
44:3  Verily We have sent it down on a blessed night, verily We were to become warners
44:4  Therein is decreed every affair of wisdo
44:5  As a command from before Us. Verily We were to become senders
44:6  A mercy from thy Lord. Verily He! He is the Hearer, the Knower
44:7  Lord of the heavens and the earth and whatsoever is in- between the twain, if only ye would be convinced
44:8  There is no god but He. He quickeneth and causeth to die: your Lord and Lord of your forefathers
44:9  Aye! they're in doubt sporting
44:10  So wait thou day whereon the heaven will bring forth a manifest smoke
44:11  Covering the people's this shall be a torment afflictive
44:12  Our Lord! remove from us the torment, verily we shall become believers
44:13  How can there be an admonition Unto them, when surely there came Unto them an apostle manifest
44:14  Yet they turned away from him and said: one tutored, one distraced
44:15  Verily We shall remove the torment for a while; but verily ye shall revert
44:16  On the Day whereon We assault them with the greatest assault, verily We shall take vengeance
44:17  And assuredly afore them We proved Fir'awn's people, and there came Unto them an apostle honoured
44:18  Saying: restore to me the bondmen of Allah, verily I am Unto you an apostle trusted
44:19  And saying exalt not yourselves against Allah; verily I have come Unto you with an authority manifest
44:20  And verily I have sought refuge in my Lord and your Lord lest ye stone me
44:21  And if ye will not believe in me, then let me alone
44:22  Then he called upon his Lord. these are a people guilty
44:23  So depart thou with My bondmen by night; verily ye shall be pursued
44:24  And leave thou the sea divided: verily they are a host to be drowned
44:25  They left - how many! - of gardens and springs
44:26  And cornfields and goodly positions
44:27  And the delights which they had been enjoying
44:28  Even so And We caused to inherit them another people
44:29  And the heavens and the earth wept not over them, nor were they respited
44:30  And assuredly We delivered the Children of Isra'il from an ignominous tormen
44:31  From Fir'awn; verily he was haughty and of the extravagant
44:32  And assuredly We elected them with knowledge above the worlds
44:33  And We vouchsafed Unto them signs wherein was a manifest favour
44:34  Verily these! they say
44:35  There is naught but our first death, and we shall not be raised again
44:36  Bring then our fathers if ye say so
44:37  Are they better Or the people of Tubba and those afore them? We destroyed them; verily they were culprits
44:38  And We created not the heavens and the earth and all that is in-between the twain sporting
44:39  We created them not save with a purpose but most of them know not
44:40  Verily the Day of Distinction is the term appointed for all of them
44:41  A Day whereon a friend shall not avail a friend at all, nor shall they be helped
44:42  Save those on whom Allah will have mercy. Verily He! He is the Mighty, the Merciful
44:43  Verily the tree of Zaqqum
44:44  Food of the sinner
44:45  Like the dregs of all! It shall seethe in the bellies
44:46  As the seething of boiling water
44:47  Lay hold of him, and drag him Unto the midst of the Flaming Fire
44:48  Then pour upon his head the torment of balling water
44:49  Taste thou! thou art indeed mighty, honoured
44:50  Verily this is that whereof ye were wont to doubt
44:51  Verily the God-fearing will be in a place secur
44:52  Amidst gardens and springs
44:53  Attired in fine silk and brocade, facing each other
44:54  Even so. And We shall pair them with fair damsels large- eyed
44:55  They will call therein for every kind of fruit in security
44:56  They will not taste death therein, except the first death; and He will preserve them from the torment of the Flaming Fire
44:57  A bounty from thy Lord. That! that is the supreme achievement
44:58  And We have made it easy in thy language; they might haply be admonished
44:59  Wait thou then; verily they also are waiting