75. Then, after them, We sent Moses and Aaron unto Pharaoh and his chiefs with Our Signs but they were arrogant and were a guilty folk.
75. Summa ba-‘asNaa mim- ba’-dihim-Muusaa wa Haaruuna ‘ilaa Fir-‘awna wa mala-‘i-hii bi-‘AayaatiNaa fas-takbaruu wa kaanuu qawmam-muj-rimiin.
Thursday, January 5, 2017
Circumstances of two Prophets - Quran Chptr 10-75 (Pt-11, Stg-3) (L–1310)-درس قرآن
Quran Chptr 10-75 (Pt-11, Stg-3) (L–1310)-درس قرآن
Circumstances of two Prophets
Surah YUUNUS - 10 (JONAH)
In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful
After the narration about Prophet Noah (peace be upon him), mention of which nations and their Prophets (peace be upon them) is coming in Holy Qur’aan, those are:
· Tribe of A’AD – Prophet HUD (peace be upon him) was sent unto them.
· Tribe of THAMUD - Prophet SALIH (peace be upon him) was sent unto them.
· Folk of ABRAHAM (peace be upon him).
· Tribe of
LOT (peace be upon him).
· Tribe of MIDIAN – Prophet SHU’EYB (peace be upon him).
They all adopted the act of revolting as the people before them and falsified their Prophets (peace be upon them). At last they were ruined. After all of them, Prophet Moses and Aaron (peace be upon them) came unto the Children of Israel for saving them from the tyranny of Pharaoh and his chiefs of
. With effect from this verse, their mention
has begun; which is lengthy enough. Egypt
It is commanded: After Noah (peace be upon him), Prophets (peace be upon them) used to come unto their people and cause to understand them, but they did not listen to their Prophets (peace be upon them) and were smitten by the wrath of Allah Almighty. Then after a long time in
, Pharaoh and his rich people and effectively
chieftains chose the way of haughtiness and rebellion. Egypt
The Children of Israel, who came in
during the time of Prophet Joseph (peace be
upon him) and settled here, became victim of their tyranny and injustice. Egypt
Here, Pharaoh’s mutiny, circumstances of Prophets Moses and Aaron (peace be upon them) have been described for showing that the mankind chooses the path of refractoriness again and again. It is commanded that Moses and Aaron (peace be upon them) came unto Pharaoh with the message that he should give up rebellion and arrogance. He is not most powerful. The most Powerful is Allah Almighty; in Whose Omnipotence is the entire universe. He (Pharaoh) should prostrate before Him and obey His Command. He should treat all people equally and with justice; instead of molesting the Children of Israel.
Pharaoh and his courtiers had reached the end in refractoriness. Pharaoh, himself had become god and his chiefs used to praise him falsely and give him religious offering. They did not regard the instructions of the Prophets (peace be upon them), and continued committing in such evils of which they had been habitual.
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