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Pharoah wanted to kill Prophet Moses (as) because he thought he was Hazrat Mahdi (as) who would come in the future

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KARTAL GÖKTAN: “Ta, Sin, Mim.

“Those are the Signs of the Clear Book.” [28/1-2]

ADNAN OKTAR: “Ta, Sin, Mim.” ‘T - S – M’ right? “Ta, Sin, Mim.” Yes, go on.

KARTAL GÖKTAN: “Those are the Signs of the Clear Book.”

“We recite to you with truth some news of Moses and Pharaoh for people who believe.

Pharaoh exalted himself arrogantly in the land and divided its people into camps, oppressing one group of them by slaughtering their sons and letting their women live. He was one of the corrupters.

We desired to show kindness to those who were oppressed in the land and to make them leaders and make them inheritors. (28/2-5)

ADNAN OKTAR: “Make them leaders, the inheritors”, in other words, reign in the world. This promise is made to whom? To those who were persecuted, wronged. Yes.  Carry on. 

KARTAL GÖKTAN: “And to grant them power in the on the earth,”

ADNAN OKTAR: World reign. Yes.

KARTAL GÖKTAN: “and to make Pharaoh and Haman and their hosts see from them what they feared.”

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KARTAL GÖKTAN: “But when Moses brought them Our Clear Signs they said, ‘This is nothing but trumped-up magic. We never heard anything like this among our earlier forefathers.’

Musa said, ‘My Lord knows best who has come with guidance from Him and who will have the best Home in the end. The wrongdoers will certainly not be successful.’ (28/36-37)

ADNAN OKTAR: “Who will have the best Home in the end?” It will belong to the Mahdi (pbuh). Yes. That’s why Pharaoh was being so bad-tempered. He said ‘you want to take over the government’. But Prophet Moses (pbuh) said: ‘Just let me and the believers here leave’. That’s all he wanted. ‘I don't want anything, I’ve got nothing to do with your state or government, or lands. You can keep those’.  But Pharaoh says “No, you want to be the ruler of the world, take over my country.’ Because he had seen the explanations about Moshiach in the Torah, so he got suspicious of Prophet Moses (pbuh). Yes.