Quranic Citations - Surah 2:256 Dawood: There shall be no...

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Surah 2:256 Dawood: “There shall be no compulsion in religion. True guidance is distinct from error. He that renounces idol worship and puts his faith in God shall grasp a firm handle that will never break. God hears all and knows all.” Ali: “Let there be no compulsion in religion. Truth stands out clear from error: whoever rejects evil and believes in Allah has grasped the most trustworthy hand-hold, that never breaks. And Allah hears and knows all things.” Surah 2:273 Dawood: “As for those needy men who, being wholly preoccupied with fighting for the cause of God, cannot travel the land in quest of trading ventures: the ignorant take them for men of wealth on account of their modest beaviour. But you can recognize them from their look—they never importune men for alms. Whatever alms you give are known to God.” Ali: Charity is for those in need, who, in Allah’s cause are restricted from travel, and cannot move about in the land, seeking for trade or work,: the ignorant man thinks, because of their modesty, they are free from want. You shall know them by their unfailing mark: they do not beg importunately from all and sundry. And whatever of good you give, be assured Allah knows it well.” Surah 3:159
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