20- ترجمة معانى سورة طه
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
Chapter of Ta Ha
[In the name of Allah, the All-Merciful, the Ever-Merciful.]
1- T (Ta), H (Ha).
2- We have not sent the Qur’an down upon you that you may suffer hardships.
3- But only as a reminder to those who fear (Allah).
4- (It is) A revelation sent down from Him Who created the earth and the high heavens.
5- The All-Merciful (who) is firmly established on the Throne.
6- To Him belongs whatever is in the heavens and on earth, and whatever is between them, and whatever is beneath the soil.
7- And whether you speak out loudly (or not), He knows the secret and what is most hidden.
8- Allah, there is no god but He. To Him belongs the Fairest Names.
9- And has the story of Moses come to you?
10- When he saw a fire, and said to his family, “Stay, for I perceive a fire; perhaps I can bring you some ember from it, or find some guidance at the fire.”
11- And when he came to it (the fire), he was called, “O Moses,
12- Verily I am your Lord! So (in My presence) take off your shoes: you are in the sacred valley of Tuwa.
13- For I have chosen you, so hearken to what is revealed (to you).
14- Indeed I am Allah! There is no god but I, so worship Me, and establish proper prayer for My remembrance.
15- The Hour (of Judgement) is surely coming, I almost conceal it (but I reveal its signs to those who understand), so that every soul shall be rewarded for what it has done.
16- So, do not let those who do not believe in it (the Hour), but (only) follow their own lusts, turn you away from (believing in) it lest you should fall (into error).
17- And what is that in your right hand, Moses?”
18- He said, “It is my staff: on which I lean, and with which I beat down fodder for my sheep; and I have other purposes in it.”
19- He (Allah) said, “Cast it down, Moses!”
20- And he (Moses) cast it down, and behold, it turned into a slithering serpent!
21- He (Allah) said, “Take it, and do not fear! We shall return it to its former state.
22- And (now) press your hand to your side (under your arm): It shall come out (brightly) white, without harm, as another sign.
23- That We may show you (some) of Our great signs (miracles).
24- Go to Pharaoh, for he has, indeed, transgressed all bounds.”
25- He (Moses) said, “My Lord, lay open my chest (to accept Your Commands),
26- And ease my task for me,
27- and loosen the tie of my tongue,
28- That they may understand my words,
29- And give me an assistant from my own family,
30- Aaron, my brother,
31- to brace with him my back,
32- And to share with him my task,
33- That we may glorify You frequently,
34- And remember You a lot,
35- For indeed You have full-knowledge of us.”
36- He (Allah) said, “You are granted your request, O Moses!
37- And indeed We have bestowed favours upon you another time,
38- When We inspired your mother with (Our) revelation:
39- That you put him (the child Moses) into the chest, and throw it (the chest) into the river: the river shall cast him up on the bank, and he shall be taken by an enemy of Mine and an enemy of his. And I bestowed upon you love from Me, that you may be brought up under My eye.
40- When your sister walked by, and said, “Shall I direct you to someone who can nurse and rear him?” And so We returned you to your mother that she might be of good cheer, and that she might not grieve. And you killed a person, but We saved you from grief, and We tried you with many trials. For you stayed for years with the people of Madyan, and then you came for your ordained destiny, O Moses, (see 28:15-29)
41- for I have chosen you for Myself.
42- Go, you and your brother, with My signs, and do not slacken, either of you, in remembering Me.
43- Go, both of you, to Pharaoh for he has transgressed all bounds,
44- And say to him mild words; perchance he may remember (Allah’s bounties) or fear (Allah’s wrath).”
45- Both said, “O our Lord, we fear lest he should hasten with punishment against us, or that he may transgress all bounds.”
46- He (Allah) said, “Do not fear! I shall be with you both, I shall hear and see.
47- So, go to him (Pharaoh), and say, ‘We are both the Messengers of your Lord, so let the Children of Israel go with us, and do not punish them. Verily we have brought you a sign from your Lord. And peace shall be with those who follow guidance.
48- Indeed it has been revealed to us that punishment shall fall upon those who reject (Allah’s signs), and turn away (from them).'”
49- He (Pharaoh) said, “Then who is your Lord, Moses?”
50- He (Moses) said, “Our Lord is He Who gave everything (needed) to His creatures, and then He guided them.”
51- He (Pharaoh) said, “What then is the state of the earlier generations?”
52- He (Moses) said, “The knowledge of that is in a record with my Lord; my Lord never errs or forgets.
53- It is He Who has made the earth a cradle for you, and has put pathways in it for you, and He has sent down water from the sky with which We produce pairs of diverse plants.
54- So, eat and send your cattle to pasture; in that are signs for people of reason.
55- From it (earth) We did create you, and into it We shall return you (when you die), and from it We shall bring you out once more (for judgement).”
56- And indeed We showed him all Our Signs, but he rejected them and refused (to believe).
57- He (Pharaoh) said, “Have you come to drive us out of our land with your sorcery, O Moses?
58- We shall indeed bring you equal sorcery, so make an appointment between us and you, which (both) we and you shall not fail to keep, in an impartial place.”
59- He (Moses) said, “Your appointment shall be on the Day of the Festival, and let the people be assembled in broad daylight.”
60- So Pharaoh turned away, and put his schemes together, and then he came (to the appointment).
61- Moses said to them (Pharaoh and his chiefs), “Woe to you! Do not forge lies against Allah, lest He eradicates you by some punishment. For indeed those who forge falsehoods shall be frustrated.”
62- So, they debated their affairs among themselves, and they conferred secretly.
63- They said, “These two are certainly (expert) sorcerers: who desire to drive you out of your land with their magic, and to do away with your most eminent way (of life).
64 So, put your schemes together, and then come in ranks: for indeed he prospers today who gains the upper hand.”
65- They said, “O Moses, will you throw (first) or shall we be the first to throw?”
66- He said, “Nay, you throw (first)!” And behold: their ropes and their rods were made to appear to him, on account of their sorcery, to move along!
67- So Moses entertained a fear within himself.
68- We (Allah) said, “Do not fear! You shall be the uppermost!
69- And throw that which is in your right hand (your staff), and it shall swallow up what they have made: for they have only made a sorcerer’s trick: and the sorcerer never prospers wherever he goes.”
70- So, the sorcerers were impelled (by the truth) to fall down in prostration. They said, “We believe in the Lord of Aaron and Moses!”
71- He (Pharaoh) said, “Would you believe in Him (Allah) before I gave you permission? Surely he (Moses) must be your master, who has taught you magic! I will surely cut off your hands and legs from opposite sides, and I will crucify you on the trunks of palm trees, and you shall certainly know which of the two of us (Allah or Pharaoh) is the most severe in punishment, and the most lasting!”
72- They (the sorcerers) said, “We shall not prefer you over the Clear Signs that have come to us, or over Him Who created us! So decree whatever you are desirous of decreeing: for you can only decree during life of this world.
73- We do believe in our Lord, that He may forgive us our sins, and what you compelled us to do of magic, for Allah is indeed best and most lasting.
74- Verily whoever comes to his Lord as a malefactor, then for him shall be Hell in which he shall never die (and be done with) or live (without pain).
75- And whoever comes to Him as a believer who has already done good deeds: those shall have the highest ranks.
76- (In) The Gardens of Eternity, beneath which rivers flow, to abide in them for ever, for that is the reward of those who purified themselves.
77- And We did indeed inspire Moses to travel by night with My servants, and strike a dry pathway for them through the sea, not fearing being overtaken (by Pharaoh) and not dreading (anything else).
78- And then Pharaoh pursued them with his hosts, and there came upon them of the waters that which overwhelmed them.
79- For indeed Pharaoh led his people astray and he did not guide them.
80- “O Children of Israel, We have certainly delivered you from your enemy, and We made with you an appointment at the right side of the mount (to give Moses the tablets), and We sent down upon you Manna and quails (for food in the wilderness).
81- Eat of the good things We have provided for your sustenance, but commit no excess in it (by hoarding or squandering it), lest My Wrath should (justly) fall upon you: for he upon whom My wrath falls shall certainly fall down (into Hell).
82- And indeed I am Ever-Forgiving towards him who repents (his past ill-deeds), believes (in Allah), and does good deeds, and then keep rightly-guided (to the straight path).
83- And what caused you to hasten (to the appointment) before your people, O Moses?”
84- He (Moses) said, “They are close on my footsteps: and I hastened to You, O my Lord, to please You.”
85- He (Allah) said, “We have put your people to the test after you (left), and the Samiri has led them astray.”
86- So Moses returned to his people, angry and sorrowful! He said, “O my people! did not your Lord promise you a handsome promise? Did then the time seem too long to you? Or did you desire that wrath from your Lord should descend upon you, and so you failed to keep your appointment with me?”
87- They said, “We did not fail to keep your appointment of our free will: but we were made to bear burdens of the ornaments of the people (of Pharaoh), and we cast them (into the fire), for thus did the Samiri suggest.”
88- So he produced for them (from the ornaments cast into the fire) an embodied image of a calf that made a lowing sound (through the passage of wind in it), and they said, “This is your god, and the god of Moses.” And so he (the Samiri) forgot (that a statue can never be a god).
89- Can they not see that it does not respond to their words, nor does it have power to harm or benefit them?
90- And before that Aaron had indeed said to them, “O my people, you are tried (for your faith) by it (the statue of the calf), for your Lord is the All-Merciful, so follow me, and obey my command.”
91- They said, “We will not cease worshipping it assiduously till Moses returns to us.”
92- He (Moses) said, “O Aaron, what prevented you, when you saw that they had gone astray?
93- Would you not follow me? Would you disobey my commands?”
94- He (Aaron) said, “O son of my mother, do not seize me by my beard or by (the hair of) my head: I feared lest you should say that I had divided up the Children of Israel, and that I did not wait for your word (on this matter).”
95- He (Moses) said, “What is the matter with you, O Samiri?”
96- He (the Samiri) said, “I knew what they did not know of (the art of sculpture): so I took a handful of what the Messenger left behind (the oneness of Allah in his teachings), and cast it away, for thus did my self prompt me.”
97- He (Moses) said, “Be gone then! but verily, for you in this life (your punishment is that) you shall say, ‘Touch me not (being fearful of punishment)!’; and you shall have an appointment (on the Day of Judgement) that you shall not fail to keep. And look at your god that you continued to worship assiduously. We shall burn it up, and we shall grind and scatter it utterly into the sea.”
98- For indeed, your God is Allah: there is no god but He. He has comprehensive knowledge of everything.”
99- Thus do We narrate to you (O Muhammad) of the tidings that happened before, for indeed We have given you from Our Own Presence a Reminder (the Qur’an).
100- Whoever turns away from it (the Qur’an) he shall carry, on the Day of Resurrection, a burden (of sins).
101- Abiding under it (and its punishment) for ever, and what an evil burden for them on the Day of Resurrection!
102- The day when the trumpet shall be sounded: We shall gather the malefactors, bleary-eyed (with terror).
103- They shall whisper to one another, “You have stayed (alive on earth) for only ten (days).”
104- We know best what they shall say when the one with the best opinion among them shall say, “Indeed, you have stayed only for a day! (for so it seemed to him)”
105- And they ask you about the mountains: say, “My Lord shall grind and scatter them utterly;
106- and then He shall leave them (the mountains) as a desolate plain.
107- You shall see no depression or elevation in it.
108- On that Day, they shall follow the Summoner unswervingly, and all voices shall be hushed in humbleness before the All-Merciful, for nothing shall you hear but the shuffling (of their feet as they march).
109- On that day, intercession shall be of no avail except for those whom the All-Merciful shall grant leave, and accept their words.
110- He (Allah) knows what is before them (their future), and what is behind them (their past), while they can never have full knowledge of Him.
111- And all faces shall be humbled before (Allah) the Ever-Living, the Eternal Guardian, for indeed those who are burdened by wrong-doing shall come to no good.
112- But whoever does any of the good deeds, and is a believer, he shall have no fear of injustice or of withholding (his due reward).
113- And thus have We sent it (the Qur’an) down: an Arabic Recitation, and displayed in it a variety of warnings, in order that they may fear Allah, or that it may bring about their remembrance (of Allah).
114- So, Exalted be Allah, the True Sovereign King. And do not hasten with (reciting) the Qur’an before its revelation is completed for you, and say, “O my Lord, give me more knowledge!”
115- And indeed We made a covenant with Adam long before, but he forgot (Allah’s warning against Iblees), and We did not find constancy of purpose in him. (see 20:117)
116- And when We said to the angels, “Prostrate yourselves in front of Adam (acknowledging Allah’s handiwork and his superior knowledge), they prostrated themselves except Iblees, he refused. (see 38:75 and 2:31-34)
117- And so We said, “O Adam, this is an enemy for you and for your wife, so let him not drive you out of the Garden lest you should suffer hardships.
118- In it, be sure that you will not go hungry or go naked,
119- And that you will never suffer from thirst in it, or from the sun’s heat.”
120- But Satan whispered evil to him: he said, “O Adam! shall I guide you to the Tree of Eternity and to a kingdom that will never decay?”
121- So they both ate from it, and their shameful parts (genitalia) appeared to them, and they began to sew together the leaves of the Garden over their bodies. And Adam disobeyed his Lord, for he was seduced.
122- And then his Lord chose drew him near, relented towards him, and guided him (to repentance). (see 2:37 and 7:23)
123- He (Allah) said, “Get ye down, both of you, from it (the Garden), all of you (with Iblees too), some of you shall be enemies to the others, Then if there comes to you guidance from Me, then whoever follows My guidance shall neither go astray, nor suffer hardships. (see 2:38)
124- But whosoever turns away from My remembrance, he shall surely have a straitened life, and We shall gather him blind on the Day of Resurrection.”
125- He (the disbeliever) shall say, “O my Lord, why have you gathered me blind when I was able to see (before)?”
126- He (Allah) shall say, “For thus did Our revelations come to you, but you disregarded them, and likewise you shall be disregarded this day.”
127- For thus do We punish him who transgressed and did not believe in the revelations of his Lord. For indeed, the punishment of the Hereafter is severer and more lasting.
128- Is it not clear to them how many generations before them We had destroyed, in whose dwellings they (now) walk? Verily, in that are lessons for people of reason.
129- For had it not been for a Word that had already been given by your Lord (postponing their punishment to the Hereafter), it would have been inevitable and an appointed term (for punishing them in this life).
130- So patiently endure what they say (of lies against you), and glorify and praise your Lord before sun-rise and before its setting, and glorify Allah during the hours of the night, and at the ends of the day, that you may be well-pleased (with whatever Allah shall give you).
131- And do not cast your eyes longingly at what We made some parties among them enjoy of the flowery splendour of worldly life, for We try them by it; and (know that) your Lord’s provisions (in Paradise) are better and more lasting.
132- And enjoin your family with prayer, and persevere patiently in performing it. We do not ask you for provision; it is We Who provide you. And the final reward is for piety (which is the best provision for the Hereafter). (see 2:197)
133- And they (the disbelievers) say, “Why does not he (Muhammad) bring us a sign (a miracle) from his Lord?” Has not a clear proof come to them of what is in the earlier revealed books (that when a people do not believe in Allah’s miracles, He destroys them forthwith)? (see 17:59, 5:112-115, 21:6)
134- And had We destroyed them by a punishment before him (Muhammad), they would have said, “O our Lord, why have not You sent us a Messenger that we may follow Your revelations before being humbled and disgraced?”
135- Say, “All are waiting, so wait, for you shall know who are the followers of the straight and even path, and those who are rightly-guided.”