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1 . Ya-Sin.

2 . By the Qur´an full of wisdom.

3 . Verily thou art of the sent ones,

4 . upon the straight path.

5 . This is a revelation of the Mighty, the Merciful.

6 . That thou mayest warn a people whose fathers were not warned; so they are negligent.

7 . Assuredly the word hath been justified against most of them, wherefore they shall not believe.

8 . Verily We have placed on their necks shackles which are up to the chins; so that their heads are forced up.

9 . And We have placed before them a barrier and behind them a barrier, so We have covered them, so that they see not.

10 . And it is alike Unto them, whather thou warnest them or warnest them not; they shall not believe.

11 . Thou canst warn only him who followeth the admonition and feareth the Compassionate, unseen. So bear thou Unto him the glad tidings of forgiveness and a generous hire.

12 . Verily We! We shall guicken the dead. And We write down that which they send before and their footsteps. And everything We have counted up in a Book luminous.

13 . And propound thou Unto them the similitude of the inhabitants of a town, When there came thereto the sent ones;

14 . What time We sent Unto them two, then they belied the twain, wherefore We strengthened them with a third, and they said: verily we are Unto you the sent ones.

15 . They said: ye are but human beings like ourselves; the Compassionate hath not sent down aught; ye are only lying.

16 . They said: our Lord knoweth that we are surely Unto you the sent ones.

17 . And on us is naught but manifest preaching.

18 . They said: verily we augur ill of you ; if ye desist not, we shall surely stone you, and there will befall you from us a torment afflictive.

19 . They said: your evil augury be with you. Call ye it an ill- luck because ye are admonished! Aye! ye are a people extravagant.

20 . And there came from the farthest part of the town a man running. He said; O my people! follow the sent ones.

21 . Follow those who ask not of you any hire, and who are rightly guided.

22 . And what aileth me that I should not worship Him who hath created me, and Unto whom ye shall be returned.

23 . Shall I take beside Him gods when, if the Compassionate should intend me any harm, their intercession will avail me not at all, nor would they save me?

24 . Verily then I should be in error manifest.

25 . Verily I believe now in your Lord; so hearken Unto me."

26 . It was said: enter thou the Garden. He said: would that my people knew.

27 . That my Lord hath forgiven me, and hath made me of the honoured ones.

28 . And We sent not against his people after him a host from heaven, nor have We been sending down any such.

29 . It was but one shout, and lo! they were extinct.

30 . Ah the misery of the bondmen! there cometh not: Unto them an apostle but him they have been mocking.

31 . Behold they not how many We have destroyed before them of the generations! verily Unto them they shall not return.

32 . And surely all, every one of them, shall be brought before us.

33 . And a sign Unto them is the dead land. We quicken it and therecut We bring forth grain, so that thereof they eat.

34 . And We place therein gardens of the date-palms and vines; and We therein cause to gush forth springs.

35 . That they may eat of the fruit thereof; and their hands worked it not. Will they not, therefore, give thanks?

36 . Hallowed be He who hath created all the pairs of that which the earth groweth, and of themselves and of that which they know not!

37 . And a sign Unto them is the night. We draw off the day therefrom, and lo! they are darkened.

38 . And the sun runneth to its appointed term: that is the disposition of the Mighty, the Knowing."

39 . And the moon! For it We have decreed mansions till it reverteth like the old branch of a palm-tree.

40 . It is not permitted to the sun that it should overtake the moon, nor can the night outstrip the day: each in an orbit, they float.

41 . And a sign Unto them is that We bear their offspring in a laden ship.

42 . And We have created for them of the like thereUnto whereon they ride.

43 . And if We list, We shall drown them, and there will be no shout for them, nor will they be saved.

44 . unless it be a mercy from us, and as an enjoyment for a season.

45 . And when it is said Unto them: fear that which is before you and that which is behind you, that haply ye may find mercy, they withdraw.

46 . And not a sign cometh Unto them of the signs of their Lord, but they are ever backsliders therefrom.

47 . And when it is said Unto them: expend of that wherewith Allah hath provided you, those who disbelieve say Unto those who believe: shall we feed those whom God Himself would have fed, if He listed? Ye are in naught else than error manifest.

48 . And they say: when will this promise be fulfilled if ye say sooth?

49 . They await not but one shout, which shall lay hold of them while they are yet wrangling.

50 . And they will not be able to make a disposition, nor to their family they return.

51 . And the trumpet shall be blown, and lo! from the tombs Unto their Lord they shall be hastening.

52 . They will say: Ah woe Unto us! who hath roused us from our sleeping-place? This is that which the Compassionate had promised, and truly spake the sent ones.

53 . It shall be but one shout; and lo! they shall all be brought together before us.

54 . To-day no soul will be wronged at all; nor shall ye be requited but for that which ye have been working.

55 . Verily the fellows of the Garden to-day shall be happily employed.

56 . They and their spouses, in shade on couches shall be reclining.

57 . Theirs shall be fruit therein and theirs shall be whatsoever they ask for.

58 . Peace shall be the word from the Lord Merciful.

59 . And separate yourselves this Day, O ye culprits!

60 . Enjoined I not on you, ye children of Adam, that ye shall not worship the Satan - verily he is Unto you manifest foe.

61 . And that: ye shall worship Me; this is the straight path?

62 . And yet assuredly he hath led astray of you a great multitude. Wherefore reflect ye not?

63 . Yonder is Hell, which ye were promised.

64 . Roast therein To-day for that ye have been disbelieving.

65 . To-day We shall seal upon their mouths, and their hands will speak Unto us, and their feet will bear witness of that which they have been earning.

66 . And if We listed, surely We should wipe out their eyes so that they would struggle for the way how then would they see?

67 . And if We listed, surely We should transform them in their places, so that they would be able neither to go forward nor to return

68 . And whomsoever We grant long life, We reverse him in creation. Reflect then they not?

69 . And We have not taught him poetry, nor it befitteth him. This is but an admonition and a Recital luminous:

70 . In order that it may warn him who is alive, and that the sentence may be justified on the infidels.

71 . Observe they not that We have created for them, of that which Our hands have worked, cattle: so that they are their owners.

72 . And We have subdued them Unto them, so that some of them they have for riding and on some of them they feed?

73 . And they have therefrom other benefits and drinks. Will they not then give thanks?

74 . And they have taken beside Allah gods, hoping that haply they may be succoured.

75 . They are not able to give them succour; whereas they shall be against them host brought forward.

76 . So let not their speech grieve thee. Verily We! We know whatsoever they keep secret and whatsoever they make known.

77 . Beholdest not man that We have created him from a sperm? Yet lo! he is a manifest disputer?

78 . And he propoundeth for us a similitude, and forgetteth his creation, He saith: who shall quicken the bones when they are decayed?

79 . Say thou:" He shall quicken them Who brought them forth for the first time, and He is of every kind of creation the Knower!

80 . Who giveth you out of the green tree fire, and lo! ye kindle therewith.

81 . Is not He who created the heavens and the earth able to create the like of these? Yea! He is the Supreme Creator, the Knower.

82 . His affair, when He intendeth a thing, is only that He saith Unto it: be, and it becometh.

83 . Wherefore hallowed be He in whose hand is the governance of everything, and Unto whom ye shall be returned.