Signs that are shown to Pharaoh and his entourage; but they turned arrogant:

  • 7:104Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 104

    Moses said, "O Pharaoh, I am a messenger from the Lord of the universes..

  • 7:105Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 105

    "It is not proper for me to say about God except the truth; I have come to you with proof from your Lord. So send with me the Children of Israel."

  • 7:106Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 106

    He said, "If you have come with a sign then bring it, if you are of the truthful?"

  • 7:107Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 107

    He threw down his staff and there it was an obvious serpent.

  • 7:108Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 108

    He drew out his hand, and it became pure white for the spectators.

  • 7:109Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 109

    The commanders among the people of Pharaoh said, "This is a knowledgeable magician!"

  • 7:110Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 110

    "He wishes to drive you out of your land; what do you recommend?"

  • 7:111Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 111

    They said, "Delay him and his brother, and send gatherers to the cities."

  • 7:112Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 112

    "They will come to you with every knowledgeable magician."

  • 7:113Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 113

    The magicians came to Pharaoh and said, "There should be a reward for us if we are the victors."

  • 7:114Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 114

    He said, "Yes, and you will be made close to me."

  • 7:115Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 115

    They said, "O Moses, either you cast, or shall we cast?"

  • 7:116Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 116

    He said, "You cast." So when they cast, they deceived the people's eyes, intimidated them, and they produced a great magic.

  • 7:117Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 117

    We inspired Moses: "Throw down your staff;" and soon it was swallowing what they had invented.

  • 7:118Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 118

    Thus the truth was confirmed, and what they were doing was falsified.

  • 7:119Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 119

    They were thus defeated there, and they turned in disgrace.

  • 7:120Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 120

    The magicians fell down prostrating.

  • 7:121Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 121

    They said, "We acknowledge the Lord of the universes."

  • 7:122Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 122

    "The Lord of Moses and Aaron."

  • 7:123Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 123

    Pharaoh said, "Did you acknowledge him before I have given you permission? This is surely some scheme which you have schemed in the city to drive its people out; but soon you shall know."

  • 7:124Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 124

    "I will cut off your hands and feet from alternate sides; then I will crucify you all."

  • 7:125Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 125

    They said, "To our Lord shall we return."

  • 7:126Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 126

    "You are only seeking revenge on us because we acknowledged our Lord's signs when they came to us. Our Lord, grant us patience and let us die having peacefully surrendered."

  • 10:72Yunus | Jonah, 72

    "But if you turn away, then I have not asked you for any reward, for my reward is with God. I have been commanded to be of those who have peacefully surrendered."

  • 10:73Yunus | Jonah, 73

    They denied him, so We saved him and those with him in the Ship, and We made them to succeed each other, and We drowned those who denied Our signs. So see how the punishment of those who were warned was!

  • 10:74Yunus | Jonah, 74

    Then, We sent messengers after him to their own people, so they came to them with proofs. But they did not want to acknowledge what they had already denied beforehand. It is such that We stamp on the hearts of the transgressors.

  • 10:75Yunus | Jonah, 75

    Then, We sent Moses and Aaron after them with Our signs to Pharaoh and his entourage, but they turned arrogant, they were a criminal people.

  • 10:75Yunus | Jonah, 75

    Then, We sent Moses and Aaron after them with Our signs to Pharaoh and his entourage, but they turned arrogant, they were a criminal people.

  • 10:76Yunus | Jonah, 76

    So when the truth came to them from Us, they said, "This is clearly magic!"

  • 10:77Yunus | Jonah, 77

    Moses said, "Would you say this about the truth when it came to you? Is this magic? The magicians will not be successful."

  • 10:78Yunus | Jonah, 78

    They said, "Have you come to us to turn us away from what we found our fathers upon, and so that you two would have greatness in the land? We will not acknowledge you."

  • 10:79Yunus | Jonah, 79

    Pharaoh said, "Bring me every knowledgeable magician."

  • 10:80Yunus | Jonah, 80

    When the magicians came, Moses said to them: "Cast what you will cast."

  • 10:81Yunus | Jonah, 81

    So when they cast, Moses said, "What you have brought is magic, God will falsify it. God does not set right the work of the corrupters."

  • 10:82Yunus | Jonah, 82

    "So that God will verify the truth with His words, even if the criminals dislike it."

  • 10:83Yunus | Jonah, 83

    Because of their fear from Pharaoh and his entourage that he would persecute them, none acknowledged Moses from his people except some of their descendants. Pharaoh was high in the land, and he was of the tyrants.

  • 20:56Taha | Ta-Ha, 56

    We showed him Our signs, all of them, but he denied and refused.

  • 20:57Taha | Ta-Ha, 57

    He said, "Have you come to us to take us out of our land with your magic O Moses?"

  • 20:58Taha | Ta-Ha, 58

    "We will bring you a magic like it, so let us make an appointment between us and you which neither of us will break, a place where we both agree."

  • 20:59Taha | Ta-Ha, 59

    He said, "Your appointment is the day of festival, and when the people start crowding during the late morning."

  • 20:60Taha | Ta-Ha, 60

    So Pharaoh went away, and he gathered his scheming then he came.

  • 20:61Taha | Ta-Ha, 61

    Moses said to them: "Woe to you, do not invent lies about God; else the ret-ribution will take you, and miserable is the one who invents."

  • 20:62Taha | Ta-Ha, 62

    So they disputed in their matter between themselves, and they kept secret their council.

  • 20:63Taha | Ta-Ha, 63

    They said, "These are but two magicians who want to take you out of your land with their magic, and they want to do away with your ideal way.*

  • 20:64Taha | Ta-Ha, 64

    "So agree upon your scheme, then come as one front. Whoever wins today will succeed."

  • 20:65Taha | Ta-Ha, 65

    They said, "O Moses, either you cast down or we will be the first to cast down."

  • 20:66Taha | Ta-Ha, 66

    He said, "No, you cast down." So their ropes and staffs appeared from their magic as if they were moving.

  • 20:67Taha | Ta-Ha, 67

    Moses held some fear in himself.

  • 20:68Taha | Ta-Ha, 68

    We said, "Do not fear, you will best them."

  • 20:69Taha | Ta-Ha, 69

    "Cast down what is in your right hand; it will consume what they have made. They have only made the work of a magician, and the magician will not succeed no matter what he does."

  • 20:70Taha | Ta-Ha, 70

    So the magicians went down in prostration. They said, "We acknowledge the Lord of Aaron and Moses."

  • 20:71Taha | Ta-Ha, 71

    He said, "Have you acknowledged him before taking my permission? He is surely your great one who has taught you magic. So, I will cut off your hands and feet from alternate sides, and I will crucify you on the trunks of the palm trees, and you will come to know which of us is greater in retribution and more lasting!"

  • 20:72Taha | Ta-Ha, 72

    They said, "We will not prefer you over the proofs that have come to us, and over the One who initiated us. So issue whatever judgment you have, for you only issue judgment in this worldly life."

  • 20:73Taha | Ta-Ha, 73

    "We have acknowledged our Lord that He may forgive us our sins, and what you had forced us into doing of magic. God is better and everlasting."

  • 20:74Taha | Ta-Ha, 74

    He who comes to his Lord as a criminal, he will have hell, where he will neither die in it nor live.

  • 26:29ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 29

    He said, "If you take a god other than me, then I will put you among the prisoners."

  • 26:30ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 30

    He said, "What if I brought you proof?"

  • 26:31ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 31

    He said, "Then bring it forth if you are of the truthful ones."

  • 26:32ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 32

    So he cast his staff, then it manifested into a serpent.

  • 26:33ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 33

    He drew out his hand, then it became white to the onlookers.

  • 26:34ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 34

    He said to the commanders around him: "This is a knowledgeable magician."

  • 26:35ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 35

    "He wants to bring you out of your land with his magic. So what will you decide?"

  • 26:36ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 36

    They said, "Delay him and his brother, and send people in the cities to gather."

  • 26:37ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 37

    "They will come to you with every knowledgeable magician."

  • 26:38ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 38

    So the magicians were gathered to an appointed day.

  • 26:39ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 39

    It was said to the people: "Will you also gather?"

  • 26:40ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 40

    "Perhaps we can follow the magicians if they are the winners."

  • 26:41ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 41

    So when the magicians came, they said to Pharaoh: "We should be rewarded if we are the winners."

  • 26:42ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 42

    He said, "Yes, and you shall also be near to me."

  • 26:43ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 43

    Moses said to them: "Cast down what it is you will cast."

  • 26:44ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 44

    So they cast down their ropes and staffs and they said, "By the might of Pharaoh, we will be the winners."

  • 26:45ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 45

    So whenever Moses cast down his staff, it ate up all that they showed!

  • 26:46ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 46

    So the magicians went down prostrating.

  • 26:47ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 47

    They said, "We acknowledge the Lord of the universes!"

  • 26:48ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 48

    "The Lord of Moses and Aaron."

  • 26:49ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 49

    He said, "Have you acknowledged him before I permitted you? He is surely your great one who has taught you magic. So you shall come to know. I will cut off your hands and feet from alternate sides, and I will crucify you all."

  • 26:50ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 50

    They said, "There is no worry, for we are all returning to our Lord."

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