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19:69 Then We will drag out from every shīʿatin which of them was the worst opposition to the Gracious.
28:15 He entered the city unexpectedly, without being noticed by the people. He found in it two men who were fighting, one was from his own shīʿatihi, and the other was from his enemy's. So the one who was from his own shīʿatihi called on him for help against his enemy, whereby Moses punched him, killing him. He said, "This is from the work of the devil; he is an enemy that clearly misleads."
37:83 From among his shīʿatihi was Abraham.
15:10 We have sent before you to the factions shiyaʿi of old.
6:65 Say, "He is able to send retribution from above you or from below your feet, or He will make you belong to opposing factions shiyaʿan, then He will let you taste the might of each other." See how We cite the signs, perhaps they may comprehend.
6:159 Those who have (divided) farraqū their dīnahum and become sects shiyaʿan, you have nothing to do with them. Their matter will be with God, then, He will inform them of what they had done.34
28:4 Pharaoh became mighty in the land, and he turned its people into shiyaʿan, he oppressed a group of them by killing their children and shaming their women. He was of those who corrupted.
30:32 Or like those who (split up) farraqū (their system) dīnahum, and they became shiyaʿan; (each) kullu (group) ḥiz'bin happy with what it had.
34:54 They will be separated from what they had desired, as was done for their bi-ashyāʿihim before. They have been in grave doubt.
54:51 We have destroyed your ashyāʿakum. Do any of you wish to learn?
58:19 The devil has overtaken them, and has caused them to forget the remembrance of God. These are the ḥiz'bu of the devil. Absolutely, the ḥiz'ba of the devil are the losers.
58:22 You will not find any people who acknowledge God and the Last day befriending those who oppose God and His messenger, even if they were their parents, or their children, or their siblings, or their tribe. For these, He decrees trust into their hearts, and supports them with a Spirit from Him, and He admits them into paradises with rivers flowing beneath, wherein they will abide. God is pleased with them, and they are pleased with Him. These are the ḥiz'bu of God . Most assuredly, the party ḥiz'ba of God are the winners.
23:53 But the affair was disputed between them into segments zuburan. Every ḥiz'bin happy with what it had.6
5:56 Whoever allies God, His messenger and those who acknowledge; then the ḥiz'ba of God is the ones who will be victorious.
35:6 The devil is an enemy to you, so treat him as an enemy. He only invites his ḥiz'bahu to be the dwellers of hell.
18:12 Then We roused them to know which of the two l-ḥiz'bayni would be best at calculating the duration of their stay.
40:5 Before they, the people of Noah denied and the wal-aḥzābu after them. Every nation plotted against their messenger to seize him, and they disputed by means of falsehood to defeat with it the truth. So I seized them; how then was My punishment!
19:37 So the l-aḥzābu disputed between them. Therefore, woe to those who have rejected from the scene of a terrible day.
33:20 They thought that the l-aḥzāba had not yet mobilized. If the opponents do appear, they wish that they were out in the desert, seeking out news for you. Even if they were among you, they would not have fought except very little.
38:13 And Thamud, and the people of
Lot, the dwellers of the Woods; such were the l-aḥzābu.
43:65 The l-aḥzābu disputed among themselves. Woe to those who have been wicked from the retribution of a painful day.
11:17 As for those who are on a proof from their Lord, and are followed by a testimony from Him; and before it was the book of Moses as a guide and a mercy; they will acknowledge it. Whoever rejects it from amongst the l-aḥzābi, then the fire is his meeting place. So do not be in any doubt about it. It is the truth from your Lord, but most people do not acknowledge.6
13:36 Those to whom We have previously given the book rejoice at what has been sent down to you, but there are some of the l-aḥzābi that reject parts of it. Say, "I am only ordered to serve God and not to associate any partner with Him. To Him I pray and to Him is the return."
38:11 The l-aḥzābi they have gathered will be defeated.
40:30 The one who acknowledged said, "O my people, I fear for you the same fate as the day of the l-aḥzābi."
33:20 They thought that the l-aḥzāba had not yet mobilized. If the l-aḥzābu do appear, they wish that they were out in the desert, seeking out news for you. Even if they were among you, they would not have fought except very little.
33:22 When those who acknowledge saw the l-aḥzāba , they said, "This is what God and His messenger have promised us, and God and His messenger are truthful." This only increased their faith and their peaceful surrender.
3:105 Do not be like those who separated tafarraqū and differed after the proof had come to them. For them is a painful retribution.26
42:14 They only divided tafarraqū after the knowledge had come to them, due to resentment among themselves. Had it not been for a predetermined decision from your Lord, they would have been judged immediately. Indeed, those who inherited the book after them are full of doubts.
2:50 We parted faraqnā the sea for you, thus We saved you and drowned the people of Pharaoh while you were watching.
17:106 A Quran/Recitation that We have separated faraqnāhu, so that you may relate it to the people over time; and We have brought it down gradually.
44:4 In it, is made distinct yuf'raqu every matter of wisdom.
9:56 They swear by God that they are with you, while they are not with you; but they are qawmun yafraqūna.
5:25 He said, "My Lord, I do not control except myself and my brother, so separate fa-uf'ruq between us and between the wicked people."
2:75 Did you expect that they would acknowledge for you, when a farīqun of them had heard God's words then altered them knowingly after what they had reasoned?
2:100 Whenever they make a pledge, does a farīqun of them break it? Alas, most of them do not acknowledge.
2:101 When a messenger came to them from God, authenticating what was with them, a farīqun of those who had already received the book placed God's book behind their backs as if they did not know.
3:23 Did you not see those who were given a portion of the book being invited to God's book to judge between them, then a farīqun of them turn away while they are adverse?
4:77 Did you not see those who were told, "Restrain yourselves, and observe the contact prayer, and contribute towards betterment." But when fighting was decreed for them, a farīqun of them feared the people as much as they feared God or even more so. They said, "Our Lord, why did You decree fighting for us? If only You would delay for us till another time." Say, "The enjoyment of this world is little, and the Hereafter is far better for those who are aware; you will not be wronged in the least."
16:54 Then, when He removes the harm from you, a farīqun of you set up partners with their Lord!
23:109 There was a farīqun from among My servants who used to say, "Our Lord, we have acknowledged, so forgive us, and have mercy upon us, for You are the best of those who show mercy."
24:47 They say: "We acknowledge God and the messenger, and we obey," but a farīqun of them turn away after that. These are not acknowledgers.
24:48 If they are invited to God and His messenger to judge between them, a farīqun of them turn away.
30:33 If harm afflicts the people, they call out sincerely to their Lord. But then, when He gives them a taste of His mercy, a farīqun of them set up partners with their Lord!
33:13 A farīqun of them said, "O people of Yathrib, you cannot make a stand; therefore, retreat." A small party of them sought permission from the prophet, saying: "Our homes are exposed," while they were not exposed. They just wanted to flee.4
42:7 Thus We have inspired to you an Arabic compilation, so that you may warn the capital town and all around it, and to warn about the day of Gathering that is inevitable. A farīqun will be in
Paradise, and a wafarīqun in hell.2
9:117 God has pardoned the prophet and the emigrants and the supporters that followed him in the darkest moment, even though the hearts of farīqin of them nearly deviated, but then He pardoned them. He is towards them Kind, Compassionate.
26:63 So We inspired to Moses: "Strike the sea with your staff." So it split into two, each fir'qin like a great mountain.
2:185 The month of Ramadan, in which the Quran was sent down as a guide to the people and a clarification of the guidance and the wal-fur'qāni. Therefore, those of you who witness the month shall fast therein. Whoever is ill or traveling, then the same number from different days. God wants to bring you ease and not to bring you hardship; and so that you may complete the count, and glorify God because He has guided you, that you may be thankful.
8:41 You should know: "Of anything you gain, that one-fifth shall go to God and the messenger: to the relatives, the orphans, the poor, and the wayfarer." You will do this if you acknowledge God and in what We revealed to Our servant on the day of distinction l-fur'qāni, the day the two armies clashed. God is able to do all things.6
3:78 From amongst them is a group lafarīqan that twists their tongues with the book so that you may count it from the book, while it is not from the book, and they say it is from God while it is not from God, and they knowingly say lies about God.
2:85 But here you are killing each other and driving out a group farīqan of you from their homes; you act towards them with evil and animosity. If they come to you as prisoners, you ransom them while it was forbidden for you to drive them out! Do you acknowledge some of the book and reject some? The punishment for those amongst you who do so is humiliation in this worldly life; and on the day of Resurrection, they will be returned to the most severe retribution. God is not oblivious of what you all do.
2:87 We gave Moses the book, and after him, We sent the messengers. Later We gave Jesus son of Mary the clear proofs, and We supported Him with the Holy Spirit. Is it that every time a messenger comes to you with what your minds do not desire, you become arrogant? A group fafarīqan of them you deny, and a group wafarīqan of them you kill!
5:70 We have taken the covenant of the Children of Israel and We sent to them Our messengers. Every time a messenger came to them with what their minds did not desire, a group farīqan of them they would reject, and a group wafarīqan of them they would kill .
7:30 A group He has guided and a group wafarīqan has deserved misguidance; that is because they have taken the devils as allies besides God; and they think they are guided!
2:146 Those to whom We have given the book know it as they know their own children, and a group farīqan of them hides the truth while they know.
2:188 Do not consume your money between you unjustly by bribing the decision-makers so that you may consume a part farīqan of the other people's money sinfully while you know!51
3:100 O you who acknowledge, if you obey a group farīqan of those who received the book they will turn you after your acknowledgement into ingrates!
8:5 As your Lord made you go out from your home with the truth, but a party farīqan from among those who acknowledge opposed this.
33:26 He also brought down those who helped support them among the people of the book from their secure positions, and He threw fear into their hearts. Some farīqan of them you killed, and some farīqan you took captive.
34:20 Satan has been successful in his suggestions to them, for they followed him, except for a group farīqan of those who acknowledge.
8:29 O you who acknowledge, if you are aware of God, He will make for you a distinction fur'qānan, and He will cancel your sins and forgive you. God is possessor of great favor.
3:4 Before; He sent down the Criterion l-fur'qāna as guidance for the people. For those who become unappreciative of God's signs, they will have a tough retribution, and God is Noble, exacting in Revenge.
21:48 We had given Moses and Aaron the Criterion l-fur'qāna, a shining light, and a reminder for the righteous.
25:1 Blessed is the One who sent down the l-fur'qāna to His servant, so he can be a warner to the world.
2:53 We gave Moses the book and the criterion wal-fur'qāna so that perhaps you would be guided.
9:122 It is not advisable for those who acknowledge to march out in their entirety. For every battalion that marches out, let a group fir'qatin remain to study the system, and warn their people when they return to them, perhaps they will be cautious.
27:45 We have sent to Thamud their brother Saleh: "You shall serve God." But they became two disputing groups farīqāni.
6:81 "How can I possibly fear what you have set up; yet you do not fear that you have set up partners with God, for which He has not sent down to you any authority! So which of our two groups l-farīqayni is more worthy of security if you know?"
11:24 The example of the two groups l-farīqayni is like the blind and deaf, the seer and hearer. Are they equal when compared? Do you not take heed?
19:73 When Our clear signs were recited to them, those who rejected said to those who acknowledged: "Which of the two groups l-farīqayni of ours is more in authority and more prosperous?"
20:94 He said, "O son of my mother, do not grab me by my beard nor by my head. I feared that you would say that I separated farraqta between the Children of Israel, and that I did not follow your orders."
2:102 They followed what the devils recited regarding Solomon's kingship. Solomon did not reject, but it was the devils that rejected by teaching people magic and what was sent down on the two angels in
, Haroot and Maroot. They would not teach anyone until they would say, "We are a test, so do not be unappreciative!" Thus, they teach what can separate yufarriqūna a person from his mate; but they cannot harm anyone except by God's permission. They learn what harms them and does not benefit them, and they have known that he who purchases such a thing has no place in the Hereafter. Miserable indeed is what they traded themselves with; if only they knew! Babylon
2:136 Say, "We acknowledge God and what was sent down to us and what was sent down to Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Jacob, the Patriarchs, what was given to Moses and Jesus, and what was given to the prophets from their Lord; we do not make a distinction nufarriqu between any of them and to Him we peacefully surrender."36
2:285 The messenger acknowledges in what was sent down to him from his Lord and those who have acknowledged. All acknowledged God, His angels, His books, and His messengers, "We do not discriminate nufarriqu between any of His messengers;" and they said, "We hear and obey, forgive us O Lord, and to you is our destiny."85
3:84 Say, "We acknowledge God and what was sent down to us and what was sent down to Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Jacob, the Patriarchs, and what was given to Moses, Jesus and the prophets from their Lord. We do not discriminate nufarriqu between them, and to Him we peacefully surrender."
4:150 Those who rejected God and His messengers, and they want to make a distinction yufarriqū between God and His messengers, and they say, "We acknowledge some and reject some!", and they desire to take a path in-between.43
4:152 Those who acknowledge God and His messengers and do not make a distinction yufarriqū between any of them, We will give them their rewards. God is Forgiving, Compassionate.
9:107 There are those who establish a temple to do harm and cause rejection, to cause division watafrīqan among those who acknowledge, and as an outpost for those who fought God and His messenger before. They will swear that they only wanted to do good, but God bears witness that they are liars.
65:2 Then, once the interim is fulfilled, either you remain together equitably, or part fāriqūhunna ways equitably and have it witnessed by two just people from among you; and give the testimony for God. This is to enlighten those who acknowledge God and the Last day. Whosoever reverences God, He will create a solution for him.
75:28 He assumes it is the l-firāqu.
18:78 He said, "For this, we will now part firāqu ways. I will inform you of the meanings of those things that you could not have patience over."
98:4 Those who had previously received the book did not divide tafarraqa except after the proof came to them.
30:14 On the day the moment is established, they will be separated yatafarraqūna.
4:130 If they separate yatafarraqā, then God will provide for each of them from His bounty. God is Vast, Wise.
6:153 This is My path ṣirāṭī, a Straight One. "So follow it, and do not follow the other paths l-subula lest they divert you fatafarraqa from His path sabīlihi. That is what He has enjoined you so that you may be aware."
3:103 Hold firmly to the rope of God, all of you, and do not be separated tafarraqū. Remember God's blessing upon you when you were enemies and He united your hearts, then you became, with His blessing, brothers; and you were on the verge of a pit of fire and He saved you from it. Thus, God clarifies for you His signs, so that you may be guided.
42:13 He has decreed for you the same l-dīni He ordained for Noah, and what We inspired to you, and what We ordained for Abraham, Moses, and Jesus: "You shall uphold this l-dīna, and do not divide tatafarraqū in it." Intolerable for those who have set up partners is what you invite them towards. God chooses to Himself whoever/whomever He wills; He guides to Himself whoever repents.
12:67 He said, "My sons, do not enter from one gate, but enter from mutafarriqatin gates; and I cannot avail you anything against God, for the judgment is to God. In Him I put my trust, and in Him those who put their trust should trust."
18:43 He had no group fi-atun which could help against God, and he would not have had victory.
2:249 So when Saul set out with the soldiers, he said, "God will test you with a river, whoever drinks from it is not with me, and whoever does not taste from it except one scoop with his hand is with me." They all drank from it, except a few of them. So when he and those who acknowledged with him crossed it, they said, "We have no power today against Goliath and his soldiers!" But the ones who understood that they would meet God said, "How many a time has a small group fi-atin qalīlatin beaten a large group fi-atan kathīratan by God's leave, and God is with the patient ones!"72
8:16 Whoever on that day flees from them; unless it is part of the battle strategy or if he is retreating back to his group fi-atin; then he has drawn God's wrath upon him, and his abode will be hell. What a miserable destiny.
28:81 We then caused the earth to swallow him and his mansion. He had no group fi-atin that could protect him against God; nor would he be victorious.
8:45 O you who acknowledge, when you meet a force fi-atan, stand firm and mention God frequently, that you may succeed.
8:48 The devil adorned their work for them, and he said, "None from the people can defeat you today, and I am by your side." But when the two forces l-fi-atāni came together, he turned on his heels to flee and he said, "I am innocent from you! I see what you do not see. I fear God, and God is severe in punishment."8
4:88 What is the matter with you that you are divided into two groups fi-atayni over the hypocrites, while God has allowed them to regress for what they have earned? Do you want to guide those whom God misguides? Whoever God causes to be misguided, you will never find for him a way.