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TRANSLATION OF QURAN
BY DR. QAMAR ZAMAN
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سورۃ
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1-7 الفَاتِحَة -1
1-286 البَقَرَة -2
1-200 آل عِمرَان -3
1-176 النِّسَاء -4
1-120 المَائدة -5
1-165 الاٴنعَام -6
1-206 الاٴعرَاف -7
1-75 الاٴنفَال -8
1-129 التّوبَة -9
1-109 یُونس -10
1-123 هُود -11
1-111 یُوسُف -12
1-43 الرّعد -13
1-52 إبراهیم -14
1-99 الحِجر -15
1-128 النّحل -16
1-111 بنیٓ اسرآئیل / الإسرَاء -17
1-110 الکهف -18
1-98 مَریَم -19
1-135 طٰه -20
1-112 الاٴنبیَاء -21
1-78 الحَجّ -22
1-118 المؤمنون -23
1-64 النُّور -24
1-77 الفُرقان -25
1-227 الشُّعَرَاء -26
1-93 النَّمل -27
1-88 القَصَص -28
1-69 العَنکبوت -29
1-60 الرُّوم -30
1-34 لقمَان -31
1-30 السَّجدَة -32
1-73 الاٴحزَاب -33
1-54 سَبَإ -34
1-45 فَاطِر -35
1-83 یسٓ -36
1-182 الصَّافات -37
1-88 صٓ -38
1-75 الزُّمَر -39
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I completly agree with your interpretation of AS-SAA, but, is there any life after disentegration of human body?, support it with Quran`s words plz., if, not so, then why anybody would become MUTTAQI and sacrifice a lot without any compensations?
Add Your Comments  Question by: AHSAN BAIG On 08 October 2011
Comments by: bob On 09 October 2011Report Abuse
Dear Brother Ahsan Baig  
 
The Quran is given to breathing people in order to teach them how to live a life that is possible to improve. Loads of people don’t even understand the indispensable requirements to flourish in this life, how would they figure out life after death which is away from our understanding? We have to solve problems related to this life before we attempt to unscramble anything beyond our intellectual capacity, which is why the Quran is given to us.  
 
Your next question why anybody would become MUTTAQI and sacrifice a lot without any compensation?  
 
Please allow me to rephrase your question:  
 
1) Do we need to be muttaqi in this life to satisfy destitution in the next life?  
2) Are we sacrificing a lot because we desire to get the results in the next life?  
 
It is obvious that a Muttaqis deeds leads to results (which are in accordance with his actions), in the society he lives in, while he is alive. Everything people do in this life, results in this life, good deeds bring success and wrong doings would lead to lack of progress. It is for you to perceive that anything you may have sacrificed, is interpreted as a result and if you are a muttaqi, it is also puzzled out as a result.  
 
However,if a human being is looking for something beyond this life, a result not relative to his actions and hopefully surprising him in life after death, he /her should carry out deeds equal to the results they seek to achieve in next life. That would be impossible, because no one have ever witnessed life after death, so they cannot calculate the level of deeds and their befitted results!

Comments by: Ahsan Baig On 11 October 2011Report Abuse
Brother BOB.  
Thanks for giving my quest your precious time, I must admit I have a low I.Q level and couldnt make through philosophical commentary, I also agree that common sense is not very common and masses are below common sense which in my case could be termed as Non-Sense., nevertheless, masses are like me and you cannot bring any change in society without having a sizeable portion of the society on yourside, so, please make us understand in very simple words: I repeat my question again, " Is there life after disengration of organic unity of Man", second part of the question is Relative; " To me it is a very simple equation, when any change or revoloution takes birth needs fuel to speed it up towards the destiny that was fixed...the pioneers in good numbers suffer and give even their lives away and obiviously donot receive any reward or compensation against their sacrifies (investment)", I personally wouldnt do anything like to be called a real `FOOL`.

Comments by: moazzam On 11 October 2011
Dear Subhan! As you said, you are agree with the definition of Quranic terms YAUMA YUBATHOON/YAUM ASSAA/ YAUM ALQIYAMA/YAUM ADDIN/ YAUM ALMAHSHAR, as described in article ASSAA by dr. Qamar zaman.  
As for as your question about life after death is concerns, it is already explained in my previous posts, that, Alkitab provides detailed guidance for life before death only, not after death at all.  
It is a philosophical debate whether the “SELF” of a human being continue in progress with the concept that, it just transfer to any other state of life after biological death, OR the “ SELF” finishes with its physical biological death, same as in other animal kingdom.  
I am personally in the favour of continuity of “SELF” with out having solid proof from quran, rather the inference developed after pondering into Alkitab and philosophical logics given by different school of thoughts.  
My dear a wise man definitely will adopt the quranic guidance to have a better state of life in both the cases. Then why we are so worried about the life which has not been described in Quran and reflecting lack of interest to follow the guidance of Quran provided for all aspects of life before death.  
My dear; you do share your responsibilities and get award in lieu of your deeds in this life with the hope the sustainer(Allah) will treat in life after death(if there is) with justice with all the “SELF” as per their share of sacrifices/zulm he had in life before death.  

Comments by: Mubashir Syed On 11 October 2011Report Abuse
Dear Ahsan Baig, please allow me to put few words on the said topic of Life after Death ( LAD).  
 
As you rightly said most of us have low IA level and when it has to reach masses it should be in simple words. But again there is another side of the coin when people try to convey in simple words people want it to be higher level explanation as the concept is too serious to be in simple words. And for those who got good IQ are sometimes over shadowed by preconceived held belief which has been injected from childhood which hinders in understanding.  
 
Back to topic, Its not that whether there is LAD or not. What i understood until now is LAD is NOT THE SUBJECT OF QURAN and ISLAM as DEEN. Our personal assumptions for LAD are our own opinion to which ISLAM as deen has no problem ( It neither supports or deny LAD).  
 
And to the second important point, why someone needs to sacrifice his life or do good for betterment of humanity. I think this can be best understood when we consider the frame of mind of parents FOR WHY THEY EVERY THING for their children. No parent might have ever thought of getting NEKI for paying school/college fee of their children.Do they?  
 
If we see animal kingdom, small animals who live in groups die to keep the society alive like ants, honey bee's etc. If am not wrong they must not be doing it for getting a place in Jannah after death.  
 
Just 2 cents, not sure if it makes sense to any....  
 
Thanks,  
Mubashir Syed.

Comments by: bob On 11 October 2011Report Abuse
so, please make us understand in very simple words:  
 
"Agar na sahl hon tujh par zameen ke hangame  
Buri hay mastiye adesha haa-e-aflaaki"  
 

Comments by: dawood On 12 October 2011Report Abuse
SA Br. Ahsan Baig: Your IQ is better than me at least. Your questions are a product of that IQ.  
 
Having said that, my understanding is that NO SYSTEM on earth ever existed, exists, and/or will exist that can guarantee full recompense of one's actions, unless we define the recompense in terms of some psychological bearings on one's SELF or NAFS. I am not sure if anyone completely understands what kind of results are imprinted on human psyche. Thus, I leave this aside. I however understand that when Allah says "...that you will be paid fully ... for your actions.." it is going to happen. Since empirical evidence suggests that it cannot be guaranteed to happen in this world, therefore, it must happen to each one of us somewhere else, otherwise Allah's promise is non-binding?

Comments by: moazzam On 12 October 2011
GOOD POINT Mr. DAWOOD "I however understand that when Allah says "...that you will be paid fully ... for your actions.." it is going to happen. Since empirical evidence suggests that it cannot be guaranteed to happen in this world, therefore, it must happen to each one of us somewhere else, otherwise Allah's promise is non-binding?"

Comments by: Mubashir Syed On 12 October 2011Report Abuse
Dear Mauzzam and Dawood, "...that you will be paid fully ... for your actions.."  
 
who is "You" here?? An individual or Humans as a whole??  
 
Thanks,  
Mubashir Syed.

Comments by: moazzam On 12 October 2011
Dear Mubashir! فَمَن يَعْمَلْ مِثْقَالَ ذَرَّةٍ خَيْرًا يَرَهُ  
99/7 Then shall anyone who has done an atom's weight of good, see it!  
99/8 وَمَن يَعْمَلْ مِثْقَالَ ذَرَّةٍ شَرًّا يَرَهُ  
And anyone who has done an atom's weight of evil, shall see it.

Comments by: Nargis On 12 October 2011Report Abuse
Since empirical evidence suggests that it cannot be guaranteed to happen in this world, therefore, it must happen to each one of us somewhere else, Dawood

What kind of punishment or reward is measured as a suitable reward or punishment in the Quran, how are the empirical data collected, what kind of results/ punishment are they based on? And what kind of reward or punishment is the Quran talking about? Are the empirical evidences showing every punishment or reward promised by Allah in the Quran?


Comments by: dawood On 14 October 2011Report Abuse
SA Mubashir: My understanding is that Alquran talks about people as nations/groups as well as individuals. I don't know how Nations can be rewarded/punished in the hereafter. My understanding is that nations would get paid within this world; there is a plenty of evidence to suggest this. On the other hand, there is no way that each and every individual within a given nation/group could be adequately rewarded or punished. And there is a plenty of evidence to suggest this too. But Allah's promise is fully binding on Him, thus, there must be a place and time when/where individuals can be rewarded or punished.  
 
Sister Nargis: I did not understand your question. Please elaborate it as to what is your point?

Comments by: moazzam On 14 October 2011
Dear Dawood! Yes, Quran also supports this claim, although there are many verses where accountability process initiated by the Islamic state has been described in Quran and the period called YAUM ALHISAB and YAUM ALQIYAMA, but the following verses supports the version of intensive individual accountability causes reward and punishment (this must be happened) if not possible here then at some where else other than this world(this supports life after death)see verse 6/94,34/46,19/80,  
19/95 وَكُلُّهُمْ آتِيهِ يَوْمَ الْقِيَامَةِ فَرْدًا And everyone of them will come to Him singly on the Day of Judgment.  
 
99/7 Then shall anyone who has done an atom's weight of good, see it!  
99/8 And anyone who has done an atom's weight of evil, shall see it.  

Comments by: Waqar On 14 October 2011Report Abuse
SA,  
 
Please allow me to share my thoughts. I will try to explain my viewpoints with an example of a soldier who is killed fighting with the enemies to save his country. He has done a good deed and sacrificed his life for it. How will he be reward for it?  
 
1) Since he did not get the reward in this life therefore he will get it in the next life. Belief in the life after death derives good out of some individuals, but not everyone.  
The trouble of the soldier will end with his death. The real sufferer are his children and other family members. Will they be rewarded too in the next life?  
 
2) The reward can be seen as the accompalishment of the work that one wants to do. So, the reward for soldier's sacrifice should be safety of his country because this is what he is fighting for. If he dies then he will not be able to see the result of his efforts. If his country is saved from enemies then it can be considered as a reward for his efforts/sacrifice. If his country is occupied by enemies then obviously his efforts are lost. The reward for his sacrifice in this case should be freedom of his country from enemies.  
 
So, some time we see rewards of our efforts and some time we don't. In fact some time we don't even expect to  
see rewards in our life like the story of the old man who was planting a tree at a very old age and when he was  
asked why was he planting the tree then he replied that he knew that he would not reap the fruits but his next generation will.  
 
 
There is another way to look at it. Let's imagine that these verses were not in the Quran then what would change? There are people of other faiths who also believe in life after death. There are many people in the world who do not belive in life after death even in presence of the Quran and all the religions. Muslims believe in other things outside of the Quran also. Basically I am trying to say that Quran is not the only source of beliefs. So, is the purpose of these verses ONLY to accept or reject the held beliefs or try to prove/disprove something about which we have no knowledge?  
 
 
Regards  
Waqar

Comments by: Mubashir Syed On 14 October 2011Report Abuse
Dear Waqar, well represented with simple examples. Your example is generic and can be given to any person from any religion to make him understand the formula of sacrifice and rewards.  
 
For your last concern about verses of Quran, people generally have preconceived ideas, which for sure will they find in Quran to support their conjunctures, whether it be Magic, Darga, Murshad, Tavees, Miracles, Rituals, Mythology, Science, LAD etc...  
 
I think it is an extension of selfish desire to which Quran has no problem but assuming Quran has verses to support virtual concepts has to kept in closed rooms, rationals are not ready to buy it. And this very virtual stuff which makes Rationals Atheist from all religions. Hence all religions loose all their rational capable people...  
 
I think Dr QZ has taken up in a thread to explain any who can quote verses from Quran to support LAD. Not sure if above verses referred by Mauzzam were discussed on that thread.  
 
Note: Chocolate, lime juice, ice cream, toffiyan............pehle jaise ab mere shaukh hai kahan!!! ( Coz kids need virtual fears and rewards to Eat food/Do good, but not grown ups)  
 
Thanks,  
Mubashir Syed.

Comments by: Nargis On 14 October 2011Report Abuse

If it's all about reward and punishment, I see only one reward and one punishment:

*Intellectual Advancement is a reward  
*the opposite, intellectual inactivity is a punishment

Is it not possible that an Iblees, Shaitaan, Pharaoh or Abu Jahl have no corresponding psychological progression, and the punishment is itself a destructive fact which is not visible for everyone to see?It is said in “Psychology of mind and behavior” that our brain is a product of 500mill years evolution…How does the “race” of evolution look like for the one who is occupied with the control of natural resources in order to have power over other people? Is he having any power over himself and his own mental development when he doesn’t follow Sirate mustaqeem? (Don't know if this makes sense to anyone, I'm thinking out loud while eating breakfast in the cold cold cold living room, brrr- Can't think clearly :-O )


Comments by: Mujeeb On 14 October 2011Report Abuse
Dear Participants: Compare the HINDUISM'S belief with yours (Aastana.com) especially discussed at this thread. Mind a slight difference between both.  
GOD (ALLAH)  
The schools of Vedanta and Nyaya states that karma itself proves the existence of God .[74][75] Nyaya being the school of logic, makes the "logical" inference that the universe is aThe Rig Veda, the oldest scripture and the mainstay of Hindu philosophy does not take a restrictive view on the fundamental question of God and the creation of universe. It rather lets the individual seek and discover answers in the quest of lifen effect and it ought to have a creator.[76]  
ATMAN (ROOH/SELF/SOUL)  
Most Hindus believe that the spirit or soul — the true "self" of every person, called the ātman — is eternal.[70] According to the monistic/pantheistic theologies of Hinduism (such as Advaita Vedanta school), this Atman is ultimately indistinct from Brahman, the supreme spirit. Hence, these schools are called non-dualist.[71].  
MOKSHA( THE DEVELOPMENT OF SELF)  
The goal of life, according to the Advaita school, is to realize that one's ātman is identical to Brahman, the supreme soul.[72] The Upanishads state that whoever becomes fully aware of the ātman as the innermost core of one's own self realizes an identity with Brahman and thereby reaches moksha (liberation or freedom).[70][73]  
DHARMA (UNIVERSAL TRUTH/LAWS OF NATURE)  
The concept of a "power" that is held to lie behind nature and that keeps everything in balance became a natural forerunner to the idea of Dharma. The idea of rta laid the cornerstone of dharma's implicit attribution to the "ultimate reality" of the surrounding universe, in classical Vedic Hinduism the following verse from the Rig-Veda is an example where rta is mentioned:  
O Indra, lead us on the path of Rta, on the right path over all evils. -(RV 10.133.6)  
The transition of the rta to the modern idea of dharma occurs in the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad. The Upanishads saw dharma as the universal principle of law, order, harmony, all in all truth, that sprang first from Brahman. It acts as the regulatory moral principle of the Universe. It is sat (truth), a major tenet of Hinduism. This hearkens back to the conception of the Rig Veda that "Ekam Sat," (Truth Is One), of the idea that Brahman is "Sacchidananda" (Truth-Consciousness-Bliss). Dharma is not just law, or harmony, it is pure Reality. In the Brihadaranyaka's own words:  
Verily, that which is Dharma is truth, Therefore they say of a man who speaks truth, "He speaks the Dharma,"  
or of a man who speaks the Dharma, "He speaks the Truth.", Verily, both these things are the same.  
—(Brh. Upanishad, 1.4.14) (2)  
KARMA (MAKAFAT-E-AMAL)  
Main article: Karma in Hinduism  
Karma translates literally as action, work, or deed,[89] and can be described as the "moral law of cause and effect".[90] According to the Upanishads an individual, known as the jiva-atma, develops sanskaras (impressions) from actions, whether physical or mental.  
SAMSARA (LIFE AFTER DEATH)  
The linga sharira, a body more subtle than the physical one but less subtle than the soul, retains impressions, carrying them over into the next life, establishing a unique trajectory for the individual.[91] Thus, the concept of a universal, neutral, and never-failing karma intrinsically relates to reincarnation as well as to one's personality, characteristics, and family. Karma binds together the notions of free will and destiny.  
This cycle of action, reaction, birth, death and rebirth is a continuum called samsara. The notion of reincarnation and karma is a strong premise in Hindu thought. The Bhagavad Gita states:  
As a person puts on new clothes and discards old and torn clothes,  
similarly an embodied soul enters new material bodies, leaving the old bodies.(B.G. 2:22)[92]  
 

Comments by: Ahsan Baig On 14 October 2011Report Abuse
Dear Worriers, first of all I admit, I am enjoying and also learning..... Thanks all who are participating in discussion over my question. Dear Brother BOB seemed a bit upset which is not good. Anyway, I respect anyone who thinks, no mater in which direction, as atleast he is breaking the stagnation forced upon the masses by Mullshit. Personally I believe in hereafter, and owe thanks to brother Dawood for his comments, that were stolen from my mind.Amazing...... Bit bussy so cant explain my thoughts, in a couple of days InshaAllah, but before leave, One comment: Punishment and reward is not the philosphy of Quran, rather concentrates on results of actions,deeds and their backing thoughts. "ROOH" OR SPIRIT OR SOUL" has been misinterpreted, I will chip in with my enquiries soon. Thanks everyone once again.

Comments by: moazzam On 14 October 2011
Dear Mujeeb! Remember Hinduism is very old religion at earth, I think this is a deformed and distorted shape of divine message given to mankind. This devastated divine message (now the HINDUISM) is still having some signs in their scriptures, which you have already pointed out in your above post. TRUTH IS HAQQ NO MATTER WHO IS SPEAKING; MIND! TRUTH IS DIVINE WHICH IS BEING REFLECTED BY THE UNIVERSE, NO DOUBT ITS OUR

Comments by: dawood On 14 October 2011Report Abuse
“Nargis: If it's all about reward and punishment, I see only one reward and one punishment:  
*Intellectual Advancement is a reward  
*the opposite, intellectual inactivity is a punishment"  
 
Well stated sister Nargis. Thank you. This was my point few years back with a few of my family members. However, it must be borne in mind that the intellectual growth or retardation can only be considered as reward and punishment, respectively, if one perceives it that way. Vast majority has no idea to this phenomenon. Thus, they cannot see this as an adequate punishment and reward mechanism. This is a bit like this: About ten years ago, I learned this phrase, "the more I know, the more I realize how little I know." Since then this FACT remained with me and guided me all along. Did anyone around me realize this? No. Some thought they have gone to the University, attained the highest degree possible, thus they know all. Some thought they attained the highest ranks in their respective fields, thus they know all. So on and so forth. The point I want to highlight is that psychological reward and punishment are only such if we realize them that way. On the other hand, physical reward and punishment force almost everyone to realize them as such, at least for the first few times these are administered. If Abu JAhl et al did not perceive mental retardation as a punishment, it was not a punishment for them.  
 
“Moazzam: 99/7 Then shall anyone who has done an atom's weight of good, see it!  
99/8 And anyone who has done an atom's weight of evil, shall see it. “  
First, thank you Br. Moazzam. Second, the above verses are about a promise binding on Allah. Even if I take the punishment/reward to be psychological (in terms of mental growth/retardation), the verses are claiming that EVERYONE will SEE IT. This means at that stage they would be presented a record of their good/bad actions and they would REALIZE them such. We don’t see everyone realizing this until death approaches them? Where would they then see/realize it? Somewhere else, not in this world.  

Comments by: Mujeeb On 15 October 2011Report Abuse
Dear Aastana Members: Salam,  
Moazzam said "Hinduism is very old religion at earth, I think this is a deformed and distorted shape of divine message given to mankind. This devastated divine message (now the HINDUISM) is still having some signs in their scriptures" (moazzam)  
COULD THEY BE CALLED AHL-E-KITAB? because,Taurat and Injeel are also devastated divine message, so the holders of the said books are called AHL-E-KITAB.

Comments by: DHULQARNAIN On 17 October 2011 Edit DeleteReport Abuse
PEACE MOAZZAM,  
 
***MOAZZAM: As for as your question about life after death is concerns, it is already explained in my previous posts, that, Alkitab provides detailed guidance for life before death only, not after death at all.***  
 
Well of course! There is no need for guidance in the world to come. The guidance is for this life so that an individual can obtain Paradise and avoid Hell.  
 
*** MOAZZAM: It is a philosophical debate whether the “SELF” of a human being continue in progress with the concept that, it just transfer to any other state of life after biological death, OR the “ SELF” finishes with its physical biological death, same as in other animal kingdom. ***  
 
This is a philosophical debate among the dallen/astray, but not among believers. The believer knows the soul lives on after death and it will either receive Paradise or Hell for its actions while on earth.  
 
18:7 Surely We have made whatever is on the earth an embellishment for it, so that We may try which of them is best in works.  
 
5:105 O you who believe! take care of your souls; he who errs cannot hurt you when you are on the right way; to Allah is your return, of all, so He will inform you of what you did.  
 
*** MOAZZAM: I am personally in the favour of continuity of “SELF” with out having solid proof from quran, rather the inference developed after pondering into Alkitab and philosophical logics given by different school of thoughts. ***  
 
Personally in favor of?!? Come on, Moazz!. Don’t you know this?? This why I think Aastana Blog isn’t Al-Islamic in nature, but rather, Deist/Materialist in nature. Al-Islam, which is certainty, is not a philosophy/conjecture, whereas, Deism and Materialism, are.  
 
The following takes place in the world come:  
 
5:109-110 On the day when Allah will assemble the apostles, then say: What answer were you given? They shall say: We have no knowledge, surely Thou art the great Knower of the unseen things./When Allah will say: O Isa son of Marium! Remember My favor on you and on your mother, when I strengthened you I with the holy Spirit, you spoke to the people in the cradle and I when of old age, and when I taught you the Book and the wisdom and the Taurat and the Injeel; and when you determined out of clay a thing like the form of a bird by My permission, then you breathed into it and it became a bird by My permission, and you healed the blind and the leprous by My permission; and when you brought forth the dead by My permission; and when I withheld the children of Israel from you when you came to them with clear arguments, but those who disbelieved among them said: This is nothing but clear enchantment.  
 
5:116-120 And when Allah will say: O Isa son of Marium! did you say to men, Take me and my mother for two gods besides Allah he will say: Glory be to Thee, it did not befit me that I should say what I had no right to (say); if I had said it, Thou wouldst indeed have known it; Thou knowest what is in my mind, and I do not know what is in Thy mind, surely Thou art the great Knower of the unseen things./1 did not say to them aught save what Thou didst enjoin me with: That serve Allah, my Lord and your Lord, and I was a witness of them so long as I was among them, but when Thou didst cause me to die, Thou wert the watcher over them, and Thou art witness of all things./If Thou shouldst chastise them, then surely they are Thy servants; and if Thou shouldst forgive them, then surely Thou art the Mighty, the Wise./Allah will say: This is the day when their truth shall benefit the truthful ones; they shall have gardens beneath which rivers flow to abide in them for ever: Allah is well pleased with them and they are well pleased with Allah; this is the mighty achievement./Allah's is the kingdom of the heavens and the earth and what is in them; and He has power over all things.  
 
Dhulqarnain-  

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