FOX SPORTS has obtained a translation of the verse which was revealed on the episode of Quran which aired on September 3.
The verse in question says that if you have a family member who has a problem with Allah, and you find him at a mosque and say, “May Allah have mercy on you”, Allah will punish him by making you suffer in the Fire and Hell.
The next verse states that you will be punished in Hell for what you say or do.
This is followed by the verses: You will be destroyed in the fire and you will suffer in Hell.
You will find a helper in the hell of Fire, and will be tortured in Hell; and you are not a friend of Allah, nor a helper to Allah, but an enemy to Allah.
When you ask Allah’s forgiveness, he will not forgive you, nor will you be allowed to stay in your houses.
So beware of what you utter, and beware of those who disbelieve.
You are not permitted to go out to the markets of Quraish nor to the fields of the Land of the Exalted in Might and Wisdom, and those who follow you in the fires of Hell.
This verse is a reference to the verse that is also revealed in the Qur’an in Surat al-Baqarah: “And let the hypocrites and the disbelievers (those who disbelieved in Allah) leave their homes and go out of their houses and gather round their companions, so that they may hear the news of Allah and glorify Allah and His Messenger.
So when they see the signs of Allah’s mercy and the Mercy of Allah in His Messenger and his companions, they will be astonished and they will say, ‘We never heard that.'”
According to the translation, the verses above are referring to those who reject Allah and his messenger.
The episode also featured the revelation of the Quranic verse which states that Allah’s Messenger, peace be upon him, is the “only Messenger and the Messenger is the only God.”