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Sura 17. Al-Isra (The Night Journey)
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Sura 17, Al-Isra (The Night Journey)
In (the) name
(of) Allah,
the Most Gracious,
the Most Merciful.
Exalted
(is) the One Who
took
His servant
(by) night
from
Al-Masjid Al-Haraam,
Al-Masjid Al-Haraam,
to
Al-Masjid Al-Aqsa
Al-Masjid Al-Aqsa
which
We blessed
its surroundings,
that We may show him
of
Our Signs.
Indeed He,
He
(is) the All-Hearer,
the All-Seer.
And We gave
Musa
the Book,
and made it
a guidance
for the Children
(of) Israel,
"That not
you take
other than Me
other than Me
(as) a Disposer of affairs."
Offsprings
(of one) who
We carried
with
Nuh.
Indeed, he
was
a servant
grateful.
And We decreed
for
(the) Children
(of) Israel
in
the Book,
"Surely you will cause corruption
in
the earth
twice,
and surely you will reach,
haughtiness
great."
So when
came
(the) promise
(for) the first of the two,
We raised
against you
servants
of Ours
those of great military might
those of great military might
those of great military might
and they entered
the inner most part
(of) the homes,
and (it) was
a promise
fulfilled.
Then
We gave back
to you
the return victory
over them.
And We reinforced you
with the wealth
and sons
and made you
more
numerous.
If
you do good,
you do good
for yourselves;
and if
you do evil,
then it is for it.
So when
came
promise
the last,
to sadden
your faces
and to enter
the Masjid
just as
they (had) entered it
first
time,
and to destroy
what
they had conquered
(with) destruction.
"(It) may be
that your Lord
that your Lord
(may) have mercy upon you.
But if
you return,
We will return.
And We have made
Hell,
for the disbelievers,
a prison-bed."
Indeed,
this,
the Quran,
guides
to that
which
(is) most straight
and gives glad tidings
to the believers -
those who
do
the righteous deeds,
that
for them
(is) a reward
great,
And that
those who
(do) not
believe
in the Hereafter,
We have prepared
for them
a punishment
painful.
And prays
the man
for evil
(as) he prays
for the good.
And is
the man
ever hasty.
And We have made
the night
and the day
(as) two signs.
Then We erased
(the) sign
(of) the night,
and We made
(the) sign
(of) the day
visible,
that you may seek
bounty
from
your Lord,
and that you may know
(the) number
(of) the years,
and the account.
And every
thing -
We have explained it
(in) detail.
And (for) every
man
We have fastened to him
his fate
in
his neck,
and We will bring forth
for him
(on the) Day
(of) the Resurrection
a record
which he will find
wide open.
"Read
your record.
Sufficient
(is) yourself
today,
against you
(as) accountant."
Whoever
(is) guided
then only
he is guided
for his soul.
And whoever
goes astray
then only
he goes astray
against it
And not
will bear
a bearer of burden,
burden
(of) another.
And not
We
are to punish
until,
We have sent
a Messenger.
And when
We intend
that
We destroy
a town,
We order
its wealthy people
but they defiantly disobey
therein;
so (is) proved true
against it
the word,
and We destroy it
(with) destruction.
And how many
We destroyed
from
the generations
after
after
Nuh!
And sufficient
(is) your Lord
concerning the sins
(of) His servants
All-Aware,
All-Seer.
Whoever
should
desire
the immediate
We hasten
for him
in it
what
We will
to whom
We intend.
Then
We have made
for him
Hell,
he will burn
disgraced
rejected.
And whoever
desires
the Hereafter
and exerts
for it
the effort,
while he
(is) a believer,
then those
[are]
their effort,
(is) appreciated.
(To) each
We extend
(to) these
and (to) these,
from
(the) gift
(of) your Lord.
And not
is
(the) gift
(of) your Lord
restricted.