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Surah Al `Imran was revealed in Al-Madinah, as evident by the fact that the first .. Al-Bukhari recorded a similar Hadith in the Tafsir of this Ayah , as did. This Surah takes its name from v Al-i-Imran, like the names of many other surahs, is merely a name to distinguish it from other surahs and does not imply that. pairs, surah Al-Imran also forms a pair with Al-Baqarah since they discuss the " Learn Surah Al-Baqarah and Al-Imran because they are two lights and they.
There is no god but He, the All-mighty, the All-wise" 5, 6a. Arberry, The Koran Interpreted London: Oxford University Press, Verse references, however, are to the standard Cairo edition of the Arabic text. Backsliding is a the third theme; verse four includes a reference to "those who disbelieve in God's signs"; verse eight is a prayer, "Our Lord, make not our hearts to swerve after Thou hast guided us The second part of what I have called the introduction verses focuses more specifically on the question of backsliding and ends with a charge to the believers not to mix with the unbelievers but to obey God and his messenger 31 and The themes of the last two sections of the siirah are foreshadowed here, namely, the rejection by the People of the Scriptures and the exhortation to those who believe to turn away from them: The true religion with God is Islam.
Those who were given the Book were not at variance except after the knowledge came to them, being insolent one to another. And whoso disbelieves in God's signs, God is swift at reckoning.
God is All-forgiving, All-compassionate.
Hast thou not regarded those who were given a portion of the Book, being called to the Book of God, that it might decide between them, and then a party of them turned away, swerving aside? There the phrase "People of the Book" stands at the outset of five verses. P This section of siirah five also lacks what thematic unity there is in the final two sections of siirah three. The content of the material directed to the People of the Book is more varied and less strident in siirah five than it is in siirah three, although two of the major themes of siirah three are mentioned there: God's sovereignty 17, no , and scripture Nevertheless, the fact that it signals a community of address which contrasts with the community addressed in the penultimate section can be taken as significant for our analysis of the structure of this siirah, Two phenomena, one related to content and one to form, require comment.
In fact, verses 8- I 8 echo verses Both sections begin with prayers, the first section with two, the second with three, and both speak of family, vicissitudes, and paradise in complemen- tary if not parallel ways. One of the most common is the plural ending, e. Verse , beginning, "And some there are of the People of the Book," recalls the content of verses ; and verse , beginning, "0 believers," exhorts the community of faith addressed in to success through endurance and obedience.
Thus a thematic and structural analysis of Al "Imran indi- cates that it treats the relation between the People of the Book and the believers under the unifying theme of the singularity, omnipotence, and sovereignty of God tawbid.
The second major section of the siirah will now occupy our attention for the remainder of the paper. The siirah takes its name from this narrative about the family of 'Irnran. This section traces elsa's prophetic lineage back to Adam, tells the story of the births of Maryam, Yahya, and elsa, and closes with the events related to the end of 'Isa's mission. Verse 62 certifies the narrative as "the true narrative" just before the section ends with a declaration that there is no god but Allah 37 and a warning that God is aware of what those do who turn away to corruption Woven in among other threads of the narrative are ample testimonies to the theme of taw d.
Clark, ], I, While he treats this as evidence for redaction of the text, Neuwirth, who examines only Meccan surahs, treats rhyme change and modification as evidence for the structure of the surah as a continuous narrative Studien, 91ff.
Verses 6 and 18 are verses which end in a "tawNd', phrase, and verses 27, 30, and 37 27 and 37 ending in almost identical clauses also focus on the sovereignty of God theme. Verses 38 and 41, fitting right in as they do with the narrative, do not look like the insertions of a redactor.
Chapter six of Studies pp. She bases this requirement upon the conviction that the verse qyah is a basic unit of Qur'anic discourse. While various indigenous traditions show some variety in verse division and some Western scholars, including Neuwirth, 40 have attempted to tinker with the verse divisioning of the Qur'an, it is generally agreed that, unlike the Bible, Qur'anic verses are units important to its original composition, "marked by the occurrence of rhyme or assonance".
For this and other reasons, Neuwirth, following Lausberg and Norden, has found colometric analysis helpful. Colome- tric analysis pays special attention to the relationships of semantic units within a verse, laying out the structure of the verse as a succession of cola.
I find these structural presentations of the siirahs very useful in seeing and showing patterns and relationships. Setting out the passages to be studied in this way is an indispensable ingredient of Neuwirth's method-one I had been using before I knew of her work.
The structural diagrams could of course be done in Arabic script, the translitera- tion being only a convenience. Rippin also considers unconvincing Neuwirth's posited three-part qasidah-like structure for the siirahs Rippin, review, Islamic Surveys, 8, ed.
Montgomery Watt Edinburgh: University Press, , Cola, according to Neuwirth's analysis, loc. In the case of a series of relatively simple sentences, each sentence can be identified as a colon.
For example, there can be little doubt about how Al 'Irnran 62 should be laid out in colometric analysis: Verse 39 from our narrative offers an example: While yu!
As 39d is to 39C so 39b is to 39a, and 3ge represents a series of parallel expressions to mu! The rule of thumb mentioned above, that a colon should not exceed the number of syllables which can be uttered in one breath, offers another way of discerning cola boundaries. Refer- ring again to verse 39, we could justify dividing 3ge some- where because it seems a bit long by this measure. In fact, the final clause that gives a rhyme to the verse iua-nabiyan mina!
As for those who sell the faith they owe to Allah and their own plighted word for a small price, they shall have no portion in the Hereafter: Nor will Allah Deign to speak to them or look at them on the Day of Judgment, nor will He cleans them of sin : They shall have a grievous penalty.
There is among them a section who distort the Book with their tongues: As they read you would think it is a part of the Book, but it is no part of the Book; and they say, "That is from Allah," but it is not from Allah. It is they who tell a lie against Allah, and well they know it! It is not possible that a man, to whom is given the Book, and Wisdom, and the prophetic office, should say to people: "Be ye my worshippers rather than Allah's": on the contrary He would say "Be ye worshippers of Him Who is truly the Cherisher of all: For ye have taught the Book and ye have studied it earnestly.
Nor would he instruct you to take angels and prophets for Lords and patrons. Allah took the covenant of the prophets, saying: "I give you a Book and Wisdom; then comes to you an apostle, confirming what is with you; do ye believe in him and render him help.
If any turn back after this, they are perverted transgressors. Do they seek for other than the Religion of Allah. Say: "We believe in Allah, and in what has been revealed to us and what was revealed to Abraham, Isma'il, Isaac, Jacob, and the Tribes, and in the Books given to Moses, Jesus, and the prophets, from their Lord: We make no distinction between one and another among them, and to Allah do we bow our will in Islam.
If anyone desires a religion other than Islam submission to Allah. How shall Allah Guide those who reject Faith after they accepted it and bore witness that the Messenger was true and that Clear Signs had come unto them? Of such the reward is that on them rests the curse of Allah, of His angels, and of all mankind;- In that will they dwell; nor will their penalty be lightened, nor respite be their lot ;- But those who reject Faith after they accepted it, and then go on adding to their defiance of Faith,- never will their repentance be accepted; for they are those who have of set purpose gone astray.
As to those who reject Faith, and die rejecting,- never would be accepted from any such as much gold as the earth contains, though they should offer it for ransom. For such is in store a penalty grievous, and they will find no helpers. By no means shall ye attain righteousness unless ye give freely of that which ye love; and whatever ye give, of a truth Allah knoweth it well. All food was lawful to the Children of Israel, except what Israel Made unlawful for itself, before the Law of Moses was revealed.
Say: "Bring ye the Law and study it, if ye be men of truth. If any, after this, invent a lie and attribute it to Allah, they are indeed unjust wrong-doers. Say: " Allah speaketh the Truth: follow the religion of Abraham, the sane in faith; he was not of the Pagans.
The first House of worship appointed for men was that at Bakka: Full of blessing and of guidance for all kinds of beings: In it are Signs Manifest; for example , the Station of Abraham; whoever enters it attains security; Pilgrimage thereto is a duty men owe to Allah,- those who can afford the journey; but if any deny faith, Allah stands not in need of any of His creatures.
Why reject ye the Signs of Allah, when Allah is Himself witness to all ye do? Say: "O ye People of the Book! Why obstruct ye those who believe, from the path of Allah, Seeking to make it crooked, while ye were yourselves witnesses to Allah's Covenant? O ye who believe! If ye listen to a faction among the People of the Book, they would indeed render you apostates after ye have believed!
And how would ye deny Faith while unto you are rehearsed the Signs of Allah, and among you Lives the Messenger. Whoever holds firmly to Allah will be shown a way that is straight. Fear Allah as He should be feared, and die not except in a state of Islam.
And hold fast, all together, by the rope which Allah stretches out for you , and be not divided among yourselves; and remember with gratitude Allah's favour on you; for ye were enemies and He joined your hearts in love, so that by His Grace, ye became brethren; and ye were on the brink of the pit of Fire, and He saved you from it.
Thus doth Allah make His Signs clear to you: That ye may be guided. Let there arise out of you a band of people inviting to all that is good, enjoining what is right, and forbidding what is wrong: They are the ones to attain felicity.
Be not like those who are divided amongst themselves and fall into disputations after receiving Clear Signs: For them is a dreadful penalty,- On the Day when some faces will be lit up with white, and some faces will be in the gloom of black: To those whose faces will be black, will be said : "Did ye reject Faith after accepting it?
Taste then the penalty for rejecting Faith. But those whose faces will be lit with white,- they will be in the light of Allah's mercy: therein to dwell for ever.
These are the Signs of Allah. We rehearse them to thee in Truth: And Allah means no injustice to any of His creatures. To Allah belongs all that is in the heavens and on earth: To Him do all questions go back for decision. Ye are the best of peoples, evolved for mankind, enjoining what is right, forbidding what is wrong, and believing in Allah. If only the People of the Book had faith, it were best for them: among them are some who have faith, but most of them are perverted transgressors.
They will do you no harm, barring a trifling annoyance; if they come out to fight you, they will show you their backs, and no help shall they get. Shame is pitched over them Like a tent wherever they are found, except when under a covenant of protection from Allah and from men; they draw on themselves wrath from Allah, and pitched over them is the tent of destitution.
This because they rejected the Signs of Allah, and slew the prophets in defiance of right; this because they rebelled and transgressed beyond bounds. Not all of them are alike: Of the People of the Book are a portion that stand For the right : They rehearse the Signs of Allah all night long, and they prostrate themselves in adoration.
They believe in Allah and the Last Day; they enjoin what is right, and forbid what is wrong; and they hasten in emulation in all good works: They are in the ranks of the righteous.
Of the good that they do, nothing will be rejected of them; for Allah knoweth well those that do right.
They will be companions of the Fire,- dwelling therein for ever. What they spend in the life of this material world May be likened to a wind which brings a nipping frost: It strikes and destroys the harvest of men who have wronged their own souls: it is not Allah that hath wronged them, but they wrong themselves.
Take not into your intimacy those outside your ranks: They will not fail to corrupt you. They only desire your ruin: Rank hatred has already appeared from their mouths: What their hearts conceal is far worse. We have made plain to you the Signs, if ye have wisdom. When they meet you, they say, "We believe": But when they are alone, they bite off the very tips of their fingers at you in their rage. Say: "Perish in you rage; Allah knoweth well all the secrets of the heart. If aught that is good befalls you, it grieves them; but if some misfortune overtakes you, they rejoice at it.
But if ye are constant and do right, not the least harm will their cunning do to you; for Allah Compasseth round about all that they do.
Remember that morning Thou didst leave Thy household early to post the faithful at their stations for battle: And Allah heareth and knoweth all things: Remember two of your parties Meditated cowardice; but Allah was their protector, and in Allah should the faithful Ever put their trust. Allah had helped you at Badr, when ye were a contemptible little force; then fear Allah.
Remember thou saidst to the Faithful: "Is it not enough for you that Allah should help you with three thousand angels Specially sent down? Allah made it but a message of hope for you, and an assurance to your hearts: in any case there is no help except from Allah. The Exalted, the Wise: That He might cut off a fringe of the Unbelievers or expose them to infamy, and they should then be turned back, frustrated of their purpose.
Not for thee, but for Allah.
To Allah belongeth all that is in the heavens and on earth. Devour not usury, doubled and multiplied; but fear Allah. Fear the Fire, which is prepared for those who reject Faith: And obey Allah and the Messenger. Be quick in the race for forgiveness from your Lord, and for a Garden whose width is that of the whole of the heavens and of the earth, prepared for the righteous,- Those who spend freely , whether in prosperity, or in adversity; who restrain anger, and pardon all men;- for Allah loves those who do good;- And those who, having done something to be ashamed of, or wronged their own souls, earnestly bring Allah to mind, and ask for forgiveness for their sins,- and who can forgive sins except Allah.
For such the reward is forgiveness from their Lord, and Gardens with rivers flowing underneath,- an eternal dwelling: How excellent a recompense for those who work and strive!
Many were the Ways of Life that have passed away before you: travel through the earth, and see what was the end of those who rejected Truth. Here is a plain statement to men, a guidance and instruction to those who fear Allah. So lose not heart, nor fall into despair: For ye must gain mastery if ye are true in Faith. If a wound hath touched you, be sure a similar wound hath touched the others.
Such days of varying fortunes We give to men and men by turns: that Allah may know those that believe, and that He may take to Himself from your ranks Martyr-witnesses to Truth. And Allah loveth not those that do wrong. Allah's object also is to purge those that are true in Faith and to deprive of blessing Those that resist Faith. Did ye think that ye would enter Heaven without Allah testing those of you who fought hard In His Cause and remained steadfast? Ye did indeed wish for death before ye met him: Now ye have seen him with your own eyes, And ye flinch!
Muhammad is no more than an apostle: many were the apostle that passed away before him. If he died or were slain, will ye then turn back on your heels?
If any did turn back on his heels, not the least harm will he do to Allah. Nor can a soul die except by Allah's leave, the term being fixed as by writing. If any do desire a reward in this life, We shall give it to him; and if any do desire a reward in the Hereafter, We shall give it to him.
Allah is. Beside Whom none is to be worshiped. Self-Living, Sustainer of others. Besides Whom none is to beworshiped the Dominant, the Wise. Those in whose hearts there isperversity pursue doubtful one desiring deviation and searching their own viewpoint of it, and its rightinterpretation is known to Allah alone.
And those of firm knowledge say, 'We believed in it, all is from our Lordand none accept admonition save men of understanding. Let not our hearts become perverse after this that You guided us and bestow on us mercy fromYourself; no doubt, You are the big Bestower. No doubt You are the assembler of all people for the Day in which there is no doubt. Undoubtedlythe promise of Allah changes not.
One gang fighting inthe way of Allah and the other disbeliveers that they understood them double of themselves in their eyesight;and Allah strengthens with His help whom He pleases. No doubt, in it there is teaching after seeing for the menof understanding.
This is the capital of living world; and it is Allah with Whom there is anexcellent destination. And Allah sees Hisbondsmen. And whoso denies the signs of Allah; then nodoubt Allah is to call to account very soon. If they argue with you, then say 'I have submitted my face before Allah and those whofollowed me; and say to the men of Books and to those who read not; 'have you submitted'? Hence if theysubmit, then they got the guidance and if turn their faces, then upon you it is only to convey the message, andAllah is seeing His bondsmen.
And you exalt whom You please and You abase whom You please; in Yourhand is all good. No doubt You can do all things. And Allah has the authority over every thing. Say you, 'O people! If you love Allah, then follow me; Allah will love you and forgive your sins andAllah is Forgiving, Merciful. And Allah Hears and Knows. There fore accept this from me, no doubt, You alone are Hearing, Knowing.
And Allah knows wellwhatever she had given birth to and that male whom she demanded was not like this female and I have namedher Mary, and I give her and her off-spring under Your protection from Satan the rejected.
Whenever Zakaria went to her place of prayer, he found new provision with her. He said! O Mary! Whence came this to you? She spoke, 'that is from Allah,' No doubt, Allah gives whomsoeverHe pleases without measure. Give me from Yourself pure offspring; no doubt, You only arethe Hearer of prayers. From where shall I have a son, while the old age has reached to me and my wife is barren'.
Said, 'Allah does so whatever He pleases'. Stand before your Lord humbly and prostrate for Him and bow down with those who bow down. And you were not with them when they drewlots with their pen that under whose guardianship Mary should be given, and you were not with them whenthey were disputing.
Allah gives you glad tidings of a word from Him, whosename is Masih, Isa son of Mary, he shall be dignified in the world and the Hereafter and of those nearest toAllah. From where shall I have a son no person has touched me. Said He, "Allah creates in sucha way what He pleases". When He decrees any thing, then He only says to it 'Be! And it is. No doubt, in these things there is agreat sign for you if you believe. This is the straight path.
The disciples said,'We are the helpers of the religion of God; We have believed in Allah and bear you witness that we areMuslims.
I shall cause you to reach to your full life and I shall raise you towardsMyself and I shall purify you from the infidels, and shall give your followers superiority over the rejecters untilthe Day of Resurrection then you all shall come returning to Me: then I shall decide between you concerningthat wherein you dispute'.
He created him of dust, then said, 'Be and 'he' was atonce.