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65:1  O Prophet! When you divorce [the] women, then divorce them for their waiting period, and keep count (of) the waiting period, and consciously revere Allah, your Lord. (Do) not expel them from their houses, and not they should leave except that they commit an immorality clear. And these (are the) limits (of) Allah. And whoever transgresses (the) limits (of) Allah then certainly he has wronged himself. Not you know; Perhaps Allah will bring about, after that, a matter
65:2  Then when they have reached their term, then retain them with kindness or part with them with kindness. And take witness two men just among you and establish the testimony for Allah. That is instructed, with it, whoever [is] believes in Allah and the Day the Last. And whoever consciously reveres Allah, fears Allah, He will make for him a way out
65:3  And He will provide for him from where not he thinks. And whoever puts his trust upon Allah, then He (is) sufficient for him. Indeed, Allah (will) accomplish His purpose. Indeed, Allah has set for every thing a measure
65:4  And those who have despaired of the menstruation among your women, if you doubt, then their waiting period (is) three months, and the ones who not [they] menstruated. And those who (are) pregnant, their term until they deliver their burdens. And whoever consciously reveres Allah, He will make for him of his affair ease
65:5  That (is the) Command of Allah, which He has sent down to you; and whoever consciously reveres Allah, fears Allah, He will remove from his evil deeds and make great for him (his) reward
65:6  Lodge them [from] where you dwell, (out) of your means and (do) not harm them to distress [on] them. And if they are pregnant, then spend on them until they deliver their burden. Then if they suckle for you, then give them their payment, and consult among yourselves with kindness, but if you disagree, then may suckle for him another (women)
65:7  Let spend owner of ample means from his ample means, and (he) who, is restricted on him his provision, let him spend from what Allah has given him. Allah does not burden any soul except (with) what He has given it. Allah will bring about after hardship ease
65:8  And how many of a town rebelled against (the) Command (of) its Lord and His Messengers, so We took it to account, an account severe; and We punished it, a punishment terrible
65:9  So it tasted (the bad) consequence (of) its affair, and was (the) end (of) its affair loss
65:10  Allah has prepared for them a punishment severe. So consciously revere Allah, So fear Allah, O men of understanding, those who have believed! Indeed, Allah has sent down to you a Message
65:11  A Messenger reciting to you (the) Verses (of) Allah clear, that he may bring out those who believe and do righteous deeds from the darkness[es] towards the light. And whoever believes in Allah and does righteous deeds, He will admit him (into) Gardens flow from underneath it the rivers, abiding therein forever. Indeed, Allah has (granted) good provision for him
65:12  Allah (is) He Who created seven heavens and of the earth, (the) like of them. Descends the command between them that you may know that Allah (is) on every thing All-Powerful. And that, Allah indeed, encompasses all things (in) knowledge