111. And whoso committeth sin committeth it only against himself. And Allah is ever Knower, Wise.
112. And whoso committeth delinquency or sin, then throweth (the blame) thereof upon the innocent, hath burdened himself with falsehood and a manifest sin. 111. Wa many-yaksib ‘isman- fa-‘innamaa yak-sibuhuu ‘alaa nafsih. Wa kaanAllaahu ‘Aliiman Hakiimaa
112. Wa many-yaksib khatiii-‘atan ‘aw ‘isman- summa yarmi bihii bariii-‘an- faqadih-tamala buh-taananw-wa ‘ismam-mubiinaa.
Yaksibu– (commits), its origin is kasaba and literal meanings are to earn, to commit, to work hard and to act. The subject Kaasib has also come out from it, which means the Doer. Here it has been used for the meanings of ‘to act, to follow and to commit’. Yarmi - (throws), it is made from Rami…