Sunday, February 05, 2012

Athia: And the Unfix Session in the Court of Pharaoh.


When Moses wins over the magicians, Pharaoh called for an undetermined meeting. On discussion, the eminent among the people of Pharaoh said, "Will you leave Moses and his people to cause corruption in the land and abandon you and your gods?"
(Pharaoh) said, "We will kill their sons and keep their women alive; and indeed, we are subjugators over them."(7:127)

The eminent one notices that only a group of people supported Moses when he wins over the magicians not all Israelis. So they said, "Kill the sons of those who have believed with him and keep their women alive." (40:25)
But in the eyes of Pharaoh, Moses was the problem of all. So he said, "Let me kill Moses and let him call upon his Lord. Indeed, I fear that he will change your religion or that he will cause corruption in the land." (40:26)

And a believer (Queen Athia) from the family of Pharaoh who concealed her faith said, "Do you kill a man (merely) because he says, 'My Lord is Allah ' while he has brought you clear proofs from your Lord? And if he should be lying, then upon him is (the consequence of) his lie; but if he should be truthful, there will strike you some of what he promises you. Indeed, Allah does not guide one who is a transgressor and a liar. O my people, sovereignty is yours today, (your being) dominant in the land. But who would protect us from the punishment of Allah if it came to us?"
Pharaoh said, "I do not show you except what I see, and I do not guide you except to the way of right conduct." (40:28-29)

And she said, "O my people, indeed I fear for you (a fate) like the day of the companies -Like the custom of the people of Noah and of 'A'ad and Thamud and those after them. And Allah wants no injustice for (His) servants. And O my people, indeed I fear for you the Day of Calling -The Day you will turn your backs fleeing; there is not for you from Allah any protector. And whoever Allah leaves astray - there is not for him any guide.And Joseph had already come to you before with clear proofs, but you remained in doubt of that which he brought to you, until when he died, you said, 'Never will Allah send a messenger after him.' Thus does Allah leave astray he who is a transgressor and skeptic." (40:30-34)

Those who dispute concerning the signs of Allah without an authority having come to them - great is hatred (of them) in the sight of Allah and in the sight of those who have believed. Thus does Allah seal over every heart (belonging to) an arrogant tyrant.(40:35)

And Pharaoh said, "O Haman, construct for me a tower that I might reach the ways -The ways into the heavens - so that I may look at the deity of Moses; but indeed, I think he is a liar." (40:36-37)

And she said, "O my people, follow me, I will guide you to the way of right conduct. O my people, this worldly life is only (temporary) enjoyment, and indeed, the Hereafter - that is the home of (permanent) settlement. Whoever does an evil deed will not be recompensed except by the like thereof; but whoever does righteousness, whether male or female, while he is a believer - those will enter Paradise, being given provision therein without account.” (40:38-40)

The high official and the eminent one those were present there, said loudly, ‘Pharaoh is our only lord. And we have our gods. We only obey them. You have to obey them and will have to come back to our society.’

She said, “And O my people, how is it that I invite you to salvation while you invite me to the Fire? You invite me to disbelieve in Allah and associate with Him that of which I have no knowledge, and I invite you to the Exalted in Might, the Perpetual Forgiver.Assuredly, that to which you invite me has no (response to a) supplication in this world or in the Hereafter; and indeed, our return is to Allah, and indeed, the transgressors will be companions of the Fire. And you will remember what I (now) say to you, and I entrust my affair to Allah. Indeed, Allah is seeing of (His) servants."(40: 41-44)

And Pharaoh said, "O my people, does not the kingdom of Egypt belong to me, and these rivers flowing beneath me; then do you not see? Or am I (not) better than this one who is insignificant and hardly makes himself clear? Then why have there not been placed upon him bracelets of gold or come with him the angels in conjunction?"

So he bluffed his people, and they obeyed him. Indeed, they were (themselves) a people defiantly disobedient (of Allah).(43:51-54)

Pharaoh Ramesses decreed the death sentence of Queen Athia. He said to the guards, ‘She is gone mad. So drop a large piece of stone on her head.’

When the Queen informed order, she prayed to God-"My Lord, build for me near You a house in Paradise and save me from Pharaoh and his deeds and save me from the wrongdoing people."(66:11)

The End.
Not Yet Verified.

# A man asked, "Bro, Is Queen Athia was an Israelis Lady?"

@ I said, As far as I know, Wife of Rameses-II was Athia bint Muzaahem, who came from an Israelis family. This Queen was not only very beautiful, but very pietyful too, who also believed in one God. For her beauty Ramesses named her Nefertari Merytmut [Nefertari means 'Beautiful Companion' and Merytmut means 'Beloved of the Goddess Mut']. When the King saw her, he at once wanted to take her from her father and her father when realized that the king determined to take her daughter by force, he proposed the King to marry her legally paying her dowry. 

The king agreed and the father came to his daughter and told her the proposal of the king. She at once refused to marry a king who is an infidel and a tyrant. The father told her that if she refused to marry the King, then he and all his people would face severe punishment from him. She therefore agreed to Marry Pharaoh Rameses-II. 

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