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Then whosoever does righteous works, while believing, his striving will not go unappreciated. We record them all for him. 94 It has been ordained against every town that We ever destroyed that they shall not return (to enjoy a new lease of life) 95 Until, when Ya'juj and Ma'juj (Gog and Magog) are let loose (from their barrier), and they swiftly swarm from every mound. 96 And the true promise (Day of Resurrection) shall draw near (of fulfillment). Then (when mankind is resurrected from their graves), you shall see the eyes of the disbelievers fixedly stare in horror. (They will say): "Woe to us! We were indeed heedless of this; nay, but we were Zalimun (polytheists and wrong-doers, etc.)." 97 You and what you worship instead of God will be fuel for hell: to it you shall all come -- 98 If those had been gods, they would never have gone down to it; yet every one of them shall therein abide forever;' 99 Moaning will be their lot therein, and nothing [else] will they hear therein. 100 Verily those for whom the good reward hath preceded from Us, they therefrom shall be kept far away. 101 And they will not hear its faintest sound; and they will forever abide in whatever their hearts desire. 102 The greatest terror (on the Day of Resurrection) will not grieve them, and the angels will meet them, (with the greeting): "This is your Day which you were promised." 103 The Day when We shall roll up the heavens as a recorder rolleth up a written scroll. As We began the first creation, We shall repeat it. (It is) a promise (binding) upon Us. Lo! We are to perform it. 104 We had prescribed in the Book of Psalms after the reminder and admonition, that those of Our creatures who are good will in the end rule the earth. 105 Lo! there is a plain statement for folk who are devout. 106 We sent thee not, but as a Mercy for all creatures. 107 Proclaim, “It is divinely revealed to me that your God is the only One God Allah; do you therefore become Muslims?” 108 If they turn away, tell them: "I have warned you all alike. I do not know if what has been promised you is near or far away. 109 Verily He knoweth that which is public in speech, and He knoweth that which ye hide. 110 I do not know if this be a trial for you, or a little advantage for a while." 111 He said: O my Lord! judge Thou with truth; and our Lord is the Beneficent Allah, Whose help is sought against what you ascribe (to Him). 112
True are the words of Allah the Almighty.
End of Surah: The Prophets (Al-Anbyaa'). Sent down in Mecca after Abraham (Ibrahim) before The Believers (Al-Mu' minoon)
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