Wa Yu`adhdhiba Al-Munāfiqīna Wa Al-Munāfiqāti Wa Al-Mushrikīna Wa Al-Mushrikāti Až-Žānnīna Billāhi Žanna As-Saw'i ۚ `Alayhim Dā'iratu As-Saw'i ۖ Wa Ghađiba Allāhu `Alayhim Wa La`anahum Wa 'A`adda Lahum ۖ Jahannama Wa Sā'at Maşīrāan (Al-Fatĥ: 6).
And He will punish the hypocrites, male and female, and the idolaters, male and female, those who harbor evil thoughts about God. They are surrounded by evil; and God is angry with them, and has cursed them, and has prepared for them Hell"”a miserable destination.
Those who pledge allegiance to you are pledging allegiance to God. The hand of God is over their hands. Whoever breaks his pledge breaks it to his own loss. And whoever fulfills his covenant with God, He will grant him a great reward.
The Desert-Arabs who remained behind will say to you, "Our belongings and our families have preoccupied us, so ask forgiveness for us." They say with their tongues what is not in their hearts. Say, "Who can avail you anything against God, if He desires loss for you, or desires gain for you?" In fact, God is Informed of what you do.
Those who lagged behind will say when you depart to collect the gains, "Let us follow you." They want to change the Word of God. Say, "You will not follow us; God has said so before." Then they will say, "But you are jealous of us." In fact, they understand only a little.
Say to the Desert-Arabs who lagged behind, "You will be called against a people of great might; you will fight them, unless they submit. If you obey, God will give you a fine reward. But if you turn away, as you turned away before, He will punish you with a painful punishment."
Laysa `Alá Al-'A`má Ĥarajun Wa Lā `Alá Al-'A`raji Ĥarajun Wa Lā `Alá Al-Marīđi Ĥarajun ۗ Wa Man Yuţi`i Allāha Wa Rasūlahu Yudkhilhu Jannātin Tajrī Min Taĥtihā Al-'Anhāru ۖ Wa Man Yatawalla Yu`adhdhibhu `Adhābāan 'Alīmāan (Al-Fatĥ: 17).
There is no blame on the blind, nor any blame on the lame, nor any blame on the sick. Whoever obeys God and His Messenger"”He will admit him into gardens beneath which rivers flow; but whoever turns away"”He will punish him with a painful punishment.
God was pleased with the believers, when they pledged allegiance to you under the tree. He knew what was in their hearts, and sent down serenity upon them, and rewarded them with an imminent conquest.
Wa`adakumu Allāhu Maghānima Kathīratan Ta'khudhūnahā Fa`ajjala Lakum Hadhihi Wa Kaffa 'Aydiya An-Nāsi `Ankum Wa Litakūna 'Āyatan Lilmu'uminīna Wa YahdiyakumŞirāţāan Mustaqīmāan (Al-Fatĥ: 20).
God has promised you abundant gains, which you will capture. He has expedited this for you, and has restrained people's hands from you; that it may be a sign to the believers, and that He may guide you on a straight path.
Humu Al-Ladhīna Kafarū Wa Şaddūkum `Ani Al-Masjidi Al-Ĥarāmi Wa Al-Hadya Ma`kūfāan 'An Yablugha Maĥillahu ۚ Wa Lawlā Rijālun Mu'uminūna Wa Nisā'un Mu'uminātun Lam Ta`lamūhum 'An Taţa'ūhum Fatuşībakum Minhum Ma`arratun Bighayri `Ilmin ۖ Liyudkhila Allāhu Fī Raĥmatihi Man Yashā'u ۚ Law Tazayyalū La`adhdhabnā Al-Ladhīna Kafarū Minhum `Adhābāan 'Alīmāan (Al-Fatĥ: 25).
It is they who disbelieved, and barred you from the Sacred Mosque, and prevented the offering from reaching its destination. Were it not for faithful men and faithful women, whom you did not know, you were about to hurt them, and became guilty of an unintentional crime. Thus God admits into His mercy whomever He wills. Had they dispersed, We would have punished those who disbelieved among them with a painful penalty.
'Idh Ja`ala Al-Ladhīna Kafarū Fī Qulūbihimu Al-Ĥamīyata Ĥamīyata Al-Jāhilīyati Fa'anzala Allāhu Sakīnatahu `Alá Rasūlihi Wa `Alá Al-Mu'uminīna Wa 'Alzamahum Kalimata At-Taqwá Wa Kānū 'Aĥaqqa Bihā Wa 'Ahlahā ۚ Wa Kāna Allāhu Bikulli Shay'in `Alīmāan (Al-Fatĥ: 26).
Those who disbelieved filled their hearts with rage"”the rage of the days of ignorance. But God sent His serenity down upon His Messenger, and upon the believers, and imposed on them the words of righteousness"”of which they were most worthy and deserving. God is aware of everything.
God has fulfilled His Messenger's vision in truth: "You will enter the Sacred Mosque, God willing, in security, heads shaven, or hair cut short, not fearing. He knew what you did not know, and has granted besides that an imminent victory."
MuĥammadunRasūlu Allāhi ۚ Wa Al-Ladhīna Ma`ahu 'Ashiddā'u `Alá Al-Kuffāri Ruĥamā'u Baynahum ۖ TarāhumRukka`āan Sujjadāan Yabtaghūna Fađlāan Mina Allāhi Wa Riđwānāan ۖ Sīmāhum Fī Wujūhihim Min 'Athari As-Sujūdi ۚ Dhālika Mathaluhum Fī At-Tawrāati ۚ Wa Mathaluhum Fī Al-'Injīli Kazar`in 'Akhraja Shaţ'ahu Fa'āzarahu Fāstaghlaža Fāstawá `Alá Sūqihi Yu`jibu Az-Zurrā`a Liyaghīža Bihimu Al-Kuffāra ۗ Wa`ada Allāhu Al-Ladhīna 'Āmanū Wa `Amilū Aş-Şāliĥāti Minhum Maghfiratan Wa 'Ajrāan `Ažīmāan (Al-Fatĥ: 29).
Muhammad is the Messenger of God. Those with him are stern against the disbelievers, yet compassionate amongst themselves. You see them kneeling, prostrating, seeking blessings from God and approval. Their marks are on their faces from the effects of prostration. Such is their description in the Torah, and their description in the Gospel: like a plant that sprouts, becomes strong, grows thick, and rests on its stem, impressing the farmers. Through them He enrages the disbelievers. God has promised those among them who believe and do good deeds forgiveness and a great reward.