Tuesday, 10 May 2011

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(68:11:1) hammāzin
(23:97:6) hamazāti
(104:1:3) humazatin

(49:12:15) yaghtab


(4:20:15) buh'tānan
(4:112:12) buh'tānan
(4:156:5) buh'tānan
(24:16:13) buh'tānun
(60:12:22) bibuh'tānin

(68:11:3) binamīmin


(9:12:7) waṭaʿanū
(9:58:3) yalmizuka (9:79:2) yalmizūna (49:11:24) talmizū (104:1:4) lumazatin
68:11 [or to] the slanderer (hammāzin -defamer) that goes about with defaming tales (binamīmin - malicious gossip),



23:97 And say: “O my Sustainer! I seek refuge with Thee from the promptings (
hamazāti - suggestions) of all evil impulses;58



104:1 WOE unto every slanderer (humazatin - slanderer), fault-finder (lumazatin - back-biter)!1
49:12 O you who have attained to faith! Avoid most guesswork (l-ẓani - assumption)  [about one another]14 for, behold, some of [such] guesswork is [in itself] a sin; and do not spy (tajassasū - spy) upon one another, and neither allow your­selves to speak ill of one another behind your backs (yaghtab - backbite) . Would any of you like to eat the flesh of his dead brother? Nay, you would loathe it! And be conscious of God. Verily, God is an accep­tor of repentance, a dispenser of grace!
4:20 But if you desire to give up a wife and to take another in her stead, do not take away anything of what you have given the first one, however much it may have been.21 Would you, perchance, take it away by slandering (buh'tānan - slander) her and thus committing a manifest sin?22
4:112 But he who commits a fault or a sin and then throws the blame therefore on an innocent person, burdens himself with the guilt of calumny (buh'tānan - slander) and [yet another] flagrant sin.
4:156 and for their refusal to acknowledge the truth, and the awesome calumny (buh'tānan - slander) which they utter against Mary,170
24:16 And [once again]: Why do you not say, whenever you hear such [a rumour], “It does not behove us to speak of this, O Thou who art limitless in Thy glory: this is an awesome calumny" (buh'tānun - slander) ?19
60:12 O Prophet! Whenever believing women come unto thee to pledge their allegiance to thee,18 [pledging] that [henceforth] they would not ascribe divinity, in any way, to aught but God, and would not steal,19 and would not commit adultery, and would not kill their children,20 and would not indulge in slander (bibuh'tānin - slander) , falsely devising it out of nothingness:21 and would not disobey thee in anything [that thou declarest to be] right - then accept their pledge of allegiance, and pray to God to forgive them their [past] sins: for, behold, God is much-forgiving, a dispenser of grace.
9:12 But if they break their solemn pledges after having concluded a covenant,18 and revile (waṭaʿanū - defame) your religion, then fight against these archetypes of faithlessness19 who, behold, have no [regard for their own] pledges, so that they might desist [from aggression].
9:58 Some of them are those who criticize (yalmizuka - criticize)  you regarding the charities. If they are given from it, they are content; but if they are not given from it, they become enraged!

9:79 [It is these hypocrites] who find fault (yalmizūna - criticize)  with such of the believers as give for the sake of God107 more than they are duty-bound to give, as well as with, such as find nothing [to give] beyond [the meagre fruits of] their toil, and who scoff at them [all].108 God will cause their scoffing to rebound on themselves.109 and grievous suffering awaits them.
49:11 O YOU who have attained to faith! No men shall deride [other] men: it may well be that those [whom they deride] are better than themselves; and no women [shall deride other] women: it may well be that those [whom they deride] are better than them­selves.12 And neither shall you defame one another (talmizū - insult) , nor insult one another by [opprobrious] epithets: evil is all imputation of iniquity after [one has attained to] faith;13 and they who [become guilty thereof and] do not repent - it is they, they who are evildoers! 

 



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