M. H. Shakir, The Holy Quran; Arabic Text and English Translation; Foot-notes by M. H. Shakir (1974)
40. And the recompense of evil is punishment like it, but whoever forgives and amends, he shall have his reward from Allah; surely He does not love the unjust.
41. And whoever defends himself after his being oppressed, these it is against whom there is no way (to blame).
42. The way (to blame) is only against those who oppress men and revolt in the earth unjustly; these shall have a painful punishment.
43. And whoever is patient and forgiving, that most surely are actions due to courage.
44. And whomsoever Allah makes err, he has no guardian after Him; and you shall see the unjust, when they see the punishment, saying: Is there any way to return?
45. And you shall sec them brought before it humbling themselves because of the abasements, looking with a faint glance. And those who believe shall say: Surely the losers are they who have lost themselves and their followers on the resurrection day. Now surely the iniquitous shall remain in lasting chastisement.