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Sūra XCIII.: <u>Dh</u>uhā, or The Glorious Morning Light. Index
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The Holy Quran, tr. by Yusuf Ali, [1934], at

Sūra XCIII.: Dhuhā, or The Glorious Morning Light.

Section 1

1. Waaldduha

1. By the Glorious
Morning Light,

2. Waallayli itha saja

2. And by the Night
When it is still,—

3. Ma waddaAAaka rabbuka wama qala

3. Thy Guardian-Lord
Hath not forsaken thee,
Nor is He displeased,

4. Walal-akhiratu khayrun laka mina al-oola

4. And verily the hereafter
Will be better for thee
Than the present.

5. Walasawfa yuAAteeka rabbuka fatarda

5. And soon will thy
Guardian-Lord give thee
(That wherewith) thou
Shalt be well-pleased.

6. Alam yajidka yateeman faawa

6. Did He not find thee
An orphan and give thee
Shelter (and care)?

7. Wawajadaka dallan fahada

7. And He found thee
Wandering, and He gave
Thee guidance.

8. Wawajadaka AAa-ilan faaghna

8. And He found thee
In need, and made
Thee independent.

9. Faamma alyateema fala taqhar

9. Therefore, treat not
The orphan with harshness,

10. Waamma alssa-ila fala tanhar

10. Nor repulse the petitioner

11. Waamma biniAAmati rabbika fahaddith  

11. But the Bounty
Of thy Lord—
Rehearse and proclaim!

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