M. H. Shakir, The Holy Quran; Arabic Text and English Translation; Foot-notes by M. H. Shakir (1974)
47. To Him is referred the knowledge of the hour, and there come not forth any of the fruits from their coverings, nor does a female bear, nor does she give birth, but with His knowledge; and on the day when He shall call out to them, Where are (those whom you called) My associates? They shall say: We declare to Thee, none of us is a witness.
48. And away from them shall go what they called upon before, and they shall know for certain that there is no escape for them.
49. Man is never tired of praying for good, and if evil touch him, then he is despairing, hopeless.*
50. And if We make him taste mercy from Us after distress that has touched him, he would most certainly say: This is of me, and I do not think the hour will come to pass, and if I am sent back to my Lord, I shall have with Him sure good; but We will most certainly inform those who disbelieved of what they did, and We will most certainly make them taste of hard chastisement.
51. And when We show favour to man, he turns aside and withdraws himself; and when evil touches him, he makes lengthy supplications.
52. Say: Tell me if it is from Allah; then you disbelieve in it, who is in greater error than he
* How true.