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|Arabic to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|Arabic term or phrase: la ilaha ila anta subhanaka ini kuntu mina zalimeen|
|Someone emailed this to me and asked me to forward it. (like a chain letter)|
|No God, but You. Glory unto You. I am really a transgressor.|
This is another variation of translation from me. As the previous answere said that it was quoted from Al Anbiya, I can add that this words was spoken by Johannes the Prophet (Yunus, if you are moslem) when he was being punished in the mouth of a big fish (maybe a kind of Shark). It was a good pray for moslem.
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Al-Anbiya, verse 87
"There is no god but You. Glory be to You. I have certainly been a transgressor."
This Qura'nic verse is from Surat Al-Anbiya, verse 87.