M. H. Shakir, The Holy Quran; Arabic Text and English Translation; Foot-notes by M. H. Shakir (1974)
eat as the beasts eat, and the fire is their abode.
13. And how many a town which was far more powerful than the town of yours which has driven you out: We destroyed them so there was no helper for them.
14. What! is he who has a clear argument from his Lord like him to whom the evil of his work is made fairseeming; and they follow their low desires.
15. A parable of the garden which those guarding (against evil) are promised: Therein are rivers of water that does not alter, and rivers of milk the taste whereof does not change, and rivers of drink delicious to those who drink, and rivers of honey clarified; and for them therein are all fruits and protection from their Lord. (Are these) like those who abide in the fire and who are made to drink boiling water so it rends their bowels asunder.
16. And there are those of them who seek to listen to you, until when they go forth from you, they say to those who have been given the knowledge: What was it that he said just now? These are they upon whose