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Translation of Quran In English - Surah Al-Israa

  1. Holy is He Who carried His bondman by night from the sacred Mosque to the Aqsa Mosque (Aqsa) aroundwhich We have put blessings that We might show him Our grand signs. No doubt, He is the Hearing, theSeeing.

  2. And We gave Musa the Book and made it a guidance to the children of Israel that take not any other asdisposer of affairs besides Me.

  3. O! You the offspring of those whom We bore with Nuh. No doubt. He was a great thankful by man.

  4. And We revealed to the children of Israel in the Book that certainly, you shall create mischief in the earth forthe second time and necessarily you shall be proud excessively.

  5. Then when the promise of first time came to them, We sent against you Our bondmen as the strong warrior,then they entered into the cities for your search, and it was a promise to be fulfilled.

  6. Then We made your attack turned over them and helped you with wealth and sons and increased your band innumber.

  7. If you will do good' will do for yourself and if you will do bad, it will be for you. Then when the promise of thesecond time came that the enemies might deface your faces, and enter into the Mosque as they had entered itfirst time and may destroy utterly whatsoever may fall under their power.

  8. It is near that y our Lord may show His Mercy over you' and if you again create mischief, then We shall againturn towards Our torment. And We have made the Hell a prison for the infidels.

  9. No doubt, this Quran shows that path which is straightest and gives good tidings to the believers who do gooddeeds that they shall have a great reward.

  10. And that those who do not believe in the Hereafter, We have prepared for them a painful torment.

  11. And the man prays for bad as he prays for good. And ' the man is very hasty.

  12. And We made night and day, as two signs, then put the signs of the night blotted and the sign of the dayshining. that you may seek grace of Allah and that you may know the numbering of years, and the reckoning.And We have explained well every thing separately.

  13. And We have tied to his neck the destiny of every man. And We shall bring out for him on the Day ofJudgement a writing, which he will find wide open.

  14. It will be said to him, 'read your book. Today you yourself are good for your reckoning.

  15. Whosoever came to guidance, he came to guidance for his own good, and whosoever strayed, he strayed forhis own evil. And no soul-bearing burden will bear the burden of another. And We are not to torment until Wehave sent a messenger.

  16. And when We intend to destroy any town, We send Our Commands to its well-to-do people, then they disobeytherein, then the word is fulfilled on them, and then We destroy it with complete ruination.

  17. And many a generation We have destroyed after Nuh. And your Lord is sufficient as being Aware and Seer ofthe sins of His bondmen.

  18. Whosoever desires this hastily world, We soon give him in it whatever We please to whom We intend; then Weassign to him the hell, wherein he will enter despised, being kicked.

  19. And whosoever intends the Hereafter and strives therefor as it should be striven for and he is a believer, thentheir striving succeeded.

  20. We do extend Our help to all, these as well as those out of the bestowing of your Lord. And there is no checkon the bestowing of your Lord.

  21. See you! How We have preferred one to the other? And without doubt, the Hereafter is greatest in degrees andgreatest in preferment.

  22. 'O listener! Set up not another god with Allah lest you will remain sitting down despised and helpless.

  23. And your Lord Commanded that worship not any else excepts Him and does good to parents. If either or bothof them reach old age before you, utter not even a faint cry to them and chide them not and speak to them theword of respect.

  24. And spread for them the arm of humility with tender heart and say, 'O my Lord; have mercy on these both asthey both brought me up in my childhood.'

  25. Your Lord knows well what is in your hearts, if you be righteous, then no doubt. He is Forgiving to those whorepent.

  26. And give kinsmen their right and to the needy and the traveler and spend not extravagantly.

  27. No doubt, the extravagants are the brothers of the Devils (Satan). And the devil is very ungrateful to his Lord.

  28. If you turn your face from them in seeking the mercy of your Lord for which you have hope, then speak tothem a gentle word.

  29. And keep not your hand tied with your neck, nor open it completely lest you sit down, blamed, tired.

  30. No doubt, your Lord extends the provision for whom He pleases and He straitens. No doubt, He knows well,sees His bondmen.

  31. And kill not your children for fear of poverty; We shall provide them and you too. No doubt, their murder is agreat error.

  32. And approach not adultery, undoubtedly that is immodesty and a very vile path.

  33. And kill not any soul. Which Allah has forbidden without right. And whoso is killed without right, thenundoubtedly We have given authority to his heirs, but he should not exceed the limit in killing. Necessarily he isto be helped.

  34. And approach not the property of the orphan, but by a way, which is best. Until he reaches his maturity andfulfils the promise, undoubtedly the promise is to be questioned of.

  35. And measure full when you measure. And weigh with an even balance. This is better and its end is good.

  36. And go not after that thing of which you know not. No doubt, the ear and the eye and the heart all are to bequestioned of.

  37. And walk not in the earth boastfully, undoubtedly, you shall never cleave the earth, and shall never reach tothe mountains in the height.

  38. The evil thing of all these is not liked by your Lord.

  39. This is of those revelations, which your Lord has sent to you of wisdom. And O listener; set not another godwith Allah lest you be thrown in the hell taunted, being kicked.

  40. Has your Lord picked you for sons and made for Himself daughters from the angels? No doubt, you speakboastfully.

  41. And no doubt, We explained in this Quran variedly that they might understand. And nothing is increased inthem by it but hatted.

  42. Say you, 'If there had been other gods with Him as they say, then they would have sought out any waytowards the Owner of the Throne.

  43. Holy and Exalted is He, He is High above of what they say.

  44. The seven heavens and earth and whoever is in it speak of His Glory. And there is nothing, which might notspeak of His Glory praising Him; yes you understand not their glorification. No doubt, He is Forbearing,Forgiving.

  45. And O beloved! When you recited Quran, We placed between you and those who do not believe in theHereafter a hidden veil.

  46. And We have put coverings over their hearts lest they should understand it and in their ears a heaviness. Andwhen you remember in Quran your Lord alone, they run away fuming their back hatefully.

  47. We know well for what they hear, when they put their ears towards you and when they counsel together whenthe unjust say, 'you follow not but such a man who has been enchanted.'

  48. See, how they have profounded similitudes for you, then they have gone astray that they cannot get a way.

  49. And say, what! When we shall become bones and broken particles, shall we be raised really as new creation?

  50. Say you, be stones or iron.

  51. Or any other creation which may be bigger in your thinking, then now they will say, 'Who will create us again.Say you, 'He Who created' you for the first time, now then they will say shaking their heads, jesting towardsyou, when it is,' Say you, 'perhaps it may be near.'

  52. The day when He will call you, then you will come praising Him and will think that you tarried not but little.

  53. And say to My bondmen that they should speak that which is best. No doubt, the devil (Satan) provokes strifeamong them. Verily the devil is an open enemy to man.

  54. Your Lord knows you well, He will have mercy upon you if He please, or He will torment you if He please. AndWe have not sent you as guardian over them.

  55. And your Lord knows well those that are in the heavens and in the earth. And undoubtedly' We preferred oneover the other in prophets and gave to Daud a Scripture (Zaboor).

  56. Say you, 'call them whom you think besides Allah. then they have no authority to remove affliction from younor to avert it.

  57. Those chosen bondmen whom these infidels worship, they themselves seek access towards their Lord that whois nearer to Him in them, they hope for His mercy and fear His torment. No doubt. The torment of your Lord isa thing to be feared.

  58. And there is no town but that We shall destroy it before the Day of Judgement or will torment it severely. Thisis written down in the Book.

  59. And We abstained from sending such signs because the former people belied them. And We gave to Thamud ashe camel as an eye-opener. Then they wronged her, And We send not such signs but to frighten.

  60. And when We said to you, 'all are under the control of your Lord.' And We made 'not the vision which We hadshowed you but as a test for the people and also the tree upon which there is curse in Quran. And We frightenthem; then nothing increases them but a great contumacy.

  61. And when We commanded angels to prostrate before Adam, then they prostrated except the Iblis. He said,'shall I prostrate before him whom you have made of clay.?

  62. He said, 'see You, this whom You have honored above me, if You will grant me time till the Day of Judgementthen I shall assuredly crush his children but a few.

  63. He said, 'get away, therefore whoso of them will follow you, then the recompense of all is Hell, a fullpunishment.

  64. And stagger whosoever of them you can with your voice and mobilize against them your horsemen and yourfootmen and share with them in their wealth and their children and promise them. And the devil (Satan)promises them not but with delusion.

  65. No doubt those who are My bondmen, you have no control over them. And your Lord suffices as guardian.

  66. Your Lord is He who speeds for you the ship in the sea, so that you may seek His grace. No doubt He isMerciful to you.

  67. And when any trouble approaches you in the sea, then all whom they worship are lost except He. Then whenHe delivers you towards land, then you turn away your faces. And the man is very ungrateful.

  68. Have you then become fearless of that He may cause to sink the shore of the land with you or send you stonestorm; then you will find no supporter for yourself.

  69. Or have you become fearless of that He may carry you back in the sea for the second time, then send you aship breaking storm-blast then He may cause you to drown because of your infidelity, then you will not findanyone who may pursue against Us?

  70. And no doubt, We honored the children of Adam and got them ride in the land and sea and provided them withclean things and preferred them over many of Our creations.

  71. The day when We shall call every people. With their leaders, then whosoever is given his record in his righthand, they shall read their records and their rights" shall not be suppressed a single thread.

  72. And whosoever be blind in this world, he is blind in the Hereafter, and even more astray from the way.

  73. And indeed it was near that they would have seduced you from Our revelation sent to you, that you mightrelate something other than that towards Us, and if it would have been so then they would have certainly takenyou as their fast friend.

  74. And if We had not kept you firm, then it was near that, you would have inclined towards them a little.

  75. And if it would have been so, then We would have let you taste the double life and double death, then youwould not have found any helper against Us.

  76. And undoubtedly, it was near that they might startle you from this land so that they might oust, you therefromand if it had been so, then they would not have stayed after you but a little.

  77. The tradition of those whom We sent before you as messenger and you would not find Our law changing.

  78. Establish prayer from declining of the sun till the darkening of the night and the Quran of the dawn. No doubt,angles are present in the Quran of the dawn.

  79. And offer Tahajjud (a prayer preferably in the later part of the night after waking up from sleep) in someportion of the night, this is specially for you in addition. It is near that your Lord may make you stand at aplace where all should praise you.

  80. And submit like this, 'O my Lord, make me enter with a just entering and make me go forth with a just goingand grant me from Yourself a helping control.

  81. And say, 'The truth has come, and falsehood vanished. Undoubtedly the falsehood was certain to vanish.

  82. And We send down in Quran that which is a healing and a mercy to the believers; and it adds loss only to theunjust.

  83. And when We bestow favour on man, he turns away his face and moves far away towards himself, and whenevil touches him then he becomes disappointed.

  84. Say, 'All act in their own Manner. Then your Lord Knows well who is best guided.

  85. And they ask you about the spirit. Say, 'The spirit is a thing by the command of my Lord and you did notreceive knowledge but a little.

  86. And if We pleased, We cold take away that We have revealed to you, then you would have found none to pleadfor you before Us.

  87. But mercy from your Lord. Undoubtedly His grace you to you is greater.

  88. Say you, 'if the men and Jinn all agreed together to King the like thereof, though in them one may be helper ofother.

  89. And undoubtedly, We have in this Quran described every kind of saying in various ways, then most of the menaccepted nothing but being ungrateful.

  90. And they said, 'we shall never believe you unless you cause a spring to gush forth for us from the earth.'

  91. Or you have a garden of date palms and vines, then you cause springs to gush forth.

  92. Or you may cause the heaven to fall upon us in pieces as you have asserted, or bring Allah and the angels assurety.

  93. Or you have a house of gold or you ascend up into heaven and we shall never believe even after yourascending up until you send down to us, a book that we may read. Say you, 'Glory be to my Lord? Who am Ibut a man sent by Allah.'

  94. And what -prevented men from believing when the guidance came to them, but this that they said, 'Has Allahsent down a man as Messenger?

  95. Say you, 'If there would have been angels in the earth walking about in peace' then We would have certainlysent down an angel as Messenger to them.

  96. Say you, 'sufficient is Allah for a witness between me and you, undoubtedly He knows and sees His bondmen.

  97. And he whom Allah guides is the only on the right way, and he whom He leads astray then for them you willnot find any supporter beside Him. And We shall raise them on the Day of Resurrection on their faces. Blind,dumb and deaf. Their abode is Hell. Whenever it will come to be extinguished, We shall make it to blow inflames vigorously.

  98. This is their punishment because they rejected Our signs and said, 'shall when we become bones and brokenparticles, then shall we really be raised up as a new creation?'

  99. And whether they see not that Allah Who made heavens and earth can make the like of them, and He hasappointed for them a term in which there is no doubt. But the unjust accept not except being ungrateful.

  100. Say you, 'if you would have been owners of the treasures of the mercy of my Lord, you would surely hold themback for fear of speeding. For man was ever grudging.

  101. And undoubtedly We gave nine clear signs to Musa, then ask the children of Israel; when he came to them,then Firawn said to him, 'O Musa, in my opinion you have been hypnotized' (be-witched).

  102. He said' 'certainly you know well that none sent these down except the Lord of the heavens and earth asopener of the eyes of heart, and in my opinion, O Firawn 'You are necessarily to be ruined'.

  103. Then he desired to oust them from the land then We drowned him and all his associates.

  104. And We said to the children of Israel after him, 'dwell in this land, then when the promise of the Hereafter willcome, We shall bring you all rolled together.

  105. And We sent down Quran with truth and it has come down for truth and We sent you not but as the bearer ofglad tidings and as warner.

  106. And We sent down Quran in pieces so that you may read it to mankind at intervals and We sent it downgradually bit by bit.

  107. Say you, 'believe in it or believe not. Certainly, those who got knowledge before it was sent down do fall downprostate on their faces when it is recited to them.

  108. And say, Glory be to our Lord, undoubtedly the promise of our Lord was to be fulfilled.

  109. And they fall down on their faces weeping, and this Quran increases their hearts leaning. [^] (SAJDA) 4.

  110. Say, you 'call upon Him saying Allah or saying Rahman (Most Affectionate) whichever you call upon, all are Hisgood names. And neither offers your prayer with loud voice nor with too low voice and seeks a way inbetween.

  111. And say, 'All praise to Allah Who has not taken Him a son and no one is Partner in His kingdom and none issupporter of Him because of weakness and proclaim His Greatness Magnifying.

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