Surah Al-A’raf Ayat 105 in Arabic Text
Here you can read various translations of verse 105
[Who is] obligated not to say about Allah except the truth. I have come to you with clear evidence from your Lord, so send with me the Children of Israel.”
One for whom it is right to say nothing but truth about Allah. Now have I come unto you (people), from your Lord, with a clear (Sign): So let the Children of Israel depart along with me.”
And it behoves me to say nothing about Allah except what is true. I have come to you with a clear sign of having been sent from your Lord. So let the Children of Israel go with me.’
“Proper it is for me that I say nothing concerning Allah but the truth. Indeed I have come unto you from your Lord with a clear proof. So let the Children of Israel depart along with me.”
Approved upon condition that I speak concerning Allah nothing but the truth. I come unto you (lords of Egypt) with a clear proof from your Lord. So let the Children of Israel go with me.
Truly (worthy) to say nothing regarding Allah except the truth. I have already come to you with a supremely evident (sign) from your Lord, so send forth with me the Seeds (Or: sons) of .”Israel).
duty-bound to say nothing about God but the truth, and I have brought you a clear sign from your Lord. Let the Children of Israel go with me.’
میرے لیے یہی شایان ہے کہ بجز سچ کے اللہ کی طرف کوئی بات منسوب نہ کروں، میں تمہارے پاس تمہارے رب کی طرف سے ایک بڑی دلیل بھی ﻻیا ہوں، سو تو بنی اسرائیل کو میرے ساتھ بھیج دے
Quran 7 Verse 105 Explanation
For those looking for commentary to help with the understanding of Surah Al-A’raf ayat 105, we’ve provided two Tafseer works below. The first is the tafseer of Abul Ala Maududi, the second is of Ibn Kathir.
(7:105) And it behoves me to say nothing about Allah except what is true. I have come to you with a clear sign of having been sent from your Lord. So let the Children of Israel go with me.’
86. Moses was sent to Pharaoh to invite him to two things; first, to surrender himself to God (i.e. Islam); and second, to release the Israelites – who were already Muslims – from his oppressive bondage. The Qur’an refers occasionally to both these objectives, and occasionally confines itself to mentioning either of the two.
The tafsir of Surah Al-A’raf verse 105 by Ibn Kathir is unavailable here.
Please refer to Surah A’raf ayat 104 which provides the complete commentary from verse 104 through 106.
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