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Sura 2. Al-Baqarah (The Cow)
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Sura 2, Al-Baqarah (The Cow)
2:181
Then whoever
changes it
after what
he (has) heard [it],
so only
its sin
(would be) on
those who
alter it.
Indeed,
Allah
(is) All-Hearing,
All-Knowing.
2:182
But whoever
fears
from
(the) testator
(any) error
or
sin,
then reconciles
between them,
then (there is) no
sin
on him.
Indeed,
Allah
(is) Oft-Forgiving,
All-Merciful.
2:183
O you
who
believe[d]!
Is prescribed
for you
[the] fasting
as
was prescribed
to
those
from
before you,
so that you may
(become) righteous.
2:184
(Fasting for) days
numbered.
So whoever
is
among you
sick
or
on
a journey,
then a prescribed number
of
days
other.
And on
those who
can afford it,
a ransom
(of) feeding
a poor.
And whoever
volunteers
good
then it
(is) better
for him.
And to
fast
(is) better
for you,
if
you
know.
2:185
Month
(of) Ramadhaan
(is) that
was revealed
therein
the Quran,
a Guidance
for mankind
and clear proofs
of
[the] Guidance
and the Criterion.
So whoever
witnesses
among you
the month,
then he should fast in it,
and whoever
is
sick
or
on
a journey
then prescribed number (should be made up)
from
days
other.
Intends
Allah
for you
[the] ease
and not
intends
for you
[the] hardship,
so that you complete
the prescribed period
and that you magnify
Allah
for
[what]
He guided you
so that you may
(be) grateful.
2:186
And when
ask you
My servants
about Me,
then indeed I am
near.
I respond
(to the) invocation
(of) the supplicant
when
he calls Me.
So let them respond
to Me
and let them believe
in Me,
so that they may
(be) led aright.
2:187
Permitted
for you
(in the) nights
(of) fasting
(is) the approach
to
your wives.
They
(are) garments
for you
and you
(are) garments
for them.
Knows
Allah
that you
used to
deceive
yourselves,
so He turned
towards you
and He forgave
[on] you.
So now
have relations with them
and seek
what
has ordained
Allah
for you.
And eat
and drink
until
becomes distinct
to you
the thread
[the] white
from
the thread
[the] black
of
[the] dawn.
Then
complete
the fast
till
the night.
And (do) not
have relations with them
while you
(are) secluded
in
the masajid.
These
(are the) limits
(set by) Allah,
so (do) not
approach them.
Thus
makes clear
Allah
His verses
for [the] people
so that they may
(become) righteous.
2:188
And (do) not
eat
your properties
among yourselves
wrongfully
and present
[with] it
to
the authorities
so that you may eat
a portion
from
(the) wealth
(of) the people
sinfully
while you
know.
2:189
They ask you
about
the new moons.
Say,
"They
(are) indicators of periods
for the people,
and (for) the Hajj."
And it is not
[the] righteousness
that
you come
(to) the houses
from
their backs,
[and] but
[the] righteous
(is one) who
fears (Allah).
And come
(to) the houses
from
their doors.
And fear
Allah
so that you may
(be) successful.
2:190
And fight
in
(the) way
(of) Allah
those who
fight you
and (do) not
transgress.
Indeed,
Allah
(does) not
like
the transgressors.
2:191
And kill them
wherever
you find them,
and drive them out
from
wherever
they drove you out,
and [the] oppression
(is) worse
than
[the] killing.
And (do) not
fight them
near
Al-Masjid
Al-Haraam
until
they fight you
in it.
Then if
they fight you,
then kill them.
Such
(is the) reward
(of) the disbelievers.
2:192
Then if
they cease,
then indeed,
Allah
(is) Oft-Forgiving,
Most Merciful.
2:193
And fight (against) them
until
not
(there) is
oppression,
and becomes
the religion
for Allah
Then if
they cease
then (let there be) no
hostility
except
against
the oppressors.
2:194
The month
[the] sacred
(is) for the month
[the] sacred,
and for all the violations
(is) legal retribution.
Then whoever
transgressed
upon you
then you transgress
on him
in (the) same manner
(as)
he transgressed
upon you.
And fear
Allah
and know
that
Allah
(is) with
those who fear (Him).
2:195
And spend
in
(the) way
(of) Allah
and (do) not
throw (yourselves)
[with your hands]
into
[the] destruction.
And do good;
indeed,
Allah
loves
the good-doers.
2:196
And complete
the Hajj
and the Umrah
for Allah.
And if
you are held back
then (offer) whatever
(can be) obtained with ease
of
the sacrificial animal.
And (do) not
shave
your heads
until
reaches
the sacrificial animal
(to) its destination.
Then whoever
is
among you
ill
or
he (has)
an ailment
of
his head
then a ransom
of
fasting
or
charity
or
sacrifice.
Then when
you are secure
then whoever
took advantage
of the Umrah
followed
(by) the Hajj,
then (offer) whatever
(can be) obtained with ease
of
the sacrificial animal.
But whoever
(can) not
find -
then a fast
(of) three
days
during
the Hajj
and seven (days)
when
you return.
This
(is) ten (days)
in all.
That
(is) for (the one) whose,
not
is
his family
present
(near) Al-Masjid
Al-Haraam.
And fear
Allah
and know
that
Allah
(is) severe
(in) retribution.
2:197
(For) the Hajj
(are) months
well known,
then whoever
undertakes
therein
the Hajj
then no
sexual relations
and no
wickedness
and no
quarrelling
during
the Hajj.
And whatever
you do
of
good
knows it
Allah.
And take provision,
(but) indeed,
(the) best
provision
(is) righteousness.
And fear Me,
O men
(of) understanding!
2:198
Not is
on you
any sin
that
you seek
bounty
from
your Lord.
And when
you depart
from
(Mount) Arafat
then remember
Allah
near
the Monument
[the] Sacred.
And remember Him
as
He (has) guided you,
[and] though
you were
[from]
before [it],
surely among
those who went astray.
2:199
Then
depart
from
wherever
depart
the people
and ask forgiveness
(of) Allah.
Indeed,
Allah
(is) Oft-Forgiving,
Most Merciful.
2:200
Then when
you complete[d]
your acts of worship
then remember
Allah
as you remember
your forefathers
or
(with) greater
remembrance.
And from
the people
who
say,
"Our Lord!
Grant us
in
the world."
And not
for him
in
the Hereafter
[of]
any share.
2:201
And from those
who
say,
"Our Lord!
Grant us
in
the world
good
and in
the Hereafter
good,
and save us
(from the) punishment
(of) the Fire."