Fear not; For the crimson banner that proudly ripples in this glorious dawn, shall not fade,Before the last fiery hearth that is ablaze within my homeland is extinguished.For that1 is the star of my people, and it will forever shine;It is mine; and solely belongs to my valiant nation. Frown not, I beseech you, o thou coy crescent!2Smile upon my heroic nation!3 Why the anger, why the rage?4Our blood which we shed for you shall not be worthy otherwise;For freedom is the absolute right of my God-worshipping5 nation! I have been free since the beginning and forever shall be so.What madman shall put me in chains! I defy the very idea!I'm like the roaring flood; trampling my banks and overcoming my body,I'll tear apart mountains, exceed the Expanses6 and still gush out! The horizons of the West may be bound with walls of steel,But my borders are guarded by the mighty bosom of a believer.7Bellow out8, do not be afraid! And think: how can this fiery faith ever be extinguished,By that battered, single-fanged monster you call "civilization"?9 My friend! Leave not my homeland to the hands of villainous men!Render your chest as armour and your body as bulwark! Halt this disgraceful assault!7For soon shall come the joyous days of divine promise;Who knows? Perhaps tomorrow? Perhaps even sooner! View not the soil you tread on as mere earth - recognize it!And think about the shroudless10 thousands who lie so nobly beneath you.You're the glorious son of a martyr - take shame, grieve not your ancestors!Unhand not, even when you're promised worlds, this heavenly homeland. Who would not sacrifice their life for this paradise of a country?Martyrs would burst forth should one simply squeeze the soil! Martyrs!May God take my life, my loved ones, and all possessions from me if He will,But let Him not deprive me of my one true homeland in the world. O glorious God, the sole wish of my pain-stricken heart is that,No heathen's hand should ever touch the bosom of my sacred Temples.These adhans and their testimonies are the foundations of my religion,And may their noble sound prevail thunderously across my eternal homeland. For only then, shall my fatigued tombstone, if there is one, prostrate11 a thousand times in ecstasy,And tears of blood shall, o Lord, spill out from my every wound,And my lifeless body shall burst forth from the earth like an eternal spirit,Perhaps only then, shall I peacefully ascend and at long last reach the heavens.12 So ripple and wave like the bright dawning sky, o thou glorious crescent,So that our every last drop of blood may finally be blessed and worthy!Neither you nor my kin3 shall ever be extinguished!For freedom is the absolute right of my ever-free flag;For independence is the absolute right of my God-worshipping5 nation!