And whatever is in the heavens and whatever is in the earth is Allah’s; and to Allah all orders (affairs) are returned.
You became the good individuals within the community (Umma, nation) that is raised up for mankind; you enjoin what is right (Al-Ma’rûf) and forbid what is wrong (Al- Munkar) and believe in Allah; and if the People of the Book had believed, it would have been better for them; of them some are believers and most of them are transgressors (Al-Fâsiqûn).
They shall by no means harm you but causing Calvary; and if they fight with you, they shall turn their backs to you and run, then they shall not be helped.
The stamp of abasement is imprinted on them wherever they are, except those who hold fast to a Rope from Allah (Sıratı Mustakîm) and to a rope from the men [to the Murshid-Religious Guide who will deliver them to Allah] and they have the Wrath of Allah, and the stamp of humiliation is imprinted on them; this is because they disbelieved in the Verses of Allah and killed the Prophets unjustly; this is because they rebelled (against Allah) and transgressed beyond all bounds.
Yet they are not (all) alike; of the People of the Book there is a community who recite the Verses of Allah by standing during the hours of the night and prostrate themselves.
They believe in Allah and the Latter Day, and they enjoin what is right (Al-Ma’rûf) and forbid what is wrong (Al-Munkar) and vie with one another in good works. They are of the improved ones (Sâlihîn).
And whatever good they do, nothing will be denied of them. Allah knows well those who are pious (the owners of takwâ).