huwa'l ladhī anzala álayka'l kitāba minhu āyātun muĥkamātun hunna ummu'l kitābi wa ukharu mutashābihāt. fa amma'l ladhīna fī qulūbihim zayghun fa yattabiúūna mā tashāba minhu ibtighā’a al-fitnati wa'btighā’a ta’wīlihī wa mā yálamu ta’wīlahū illā'llāh. wa'r rāsikhūna fi'l ílmi yaqūluna āmannā bihī kullun min índi Rabbinā wa mā yadh’dhakkaru illā ulu'l albāb.

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And it is He who hath revealed the book to thee [O Prophet]; in it are verses of instruction [that which are easily comprehensible]; these form the body of the book; and others [verses] that are abstruse. For they, who bear mischief in their hearts, follow that which puts them in doubt [the abstruse verses]; they do so seeking mischief, in it that they seek its meaning.

Nay, none knows of its true intent, the right meaning except Allah. The enlightened [the wise] say: ‘We believe in everything [that hath been revealed]; all of it is from our Lord Almighty Allah.

None, save the wise, heed advice.