The Oppression of the Pharaohs of Egypt over the children of Israel and the movement of Prophet Moses (PBUH) for reforms and liberty: A fact or a myth?

فراعنہ ءمصر کا بنی اسرائیل پر جبر و استبداد اور حضرت موسیٰ علیہ السلام کی تحریک ِاصلاح و نجات ، ایک حقیقت یا افسانہ؟

  • Abdul Khaliq

Abstract

Allah almighty created humanity on earth, then bestowed upon it the ability to accept the turth or falsehood. From the beginning of creation, there has been a conflict between these two forces. In the course of human history, these two great powers are remembered by the symbolic names of Moses and Pharaoh. Bani Israel in general and Moses (PBUH) in particular, is one of the major themes of the Qur'an. The battle of turth and falsehood between Moses and Pharaoh is a unique and strange event and histrorical fact of mankind. Pharaoh was very proud of his majesty and glory. On the contrary, Moses (PBUH) had full faith in the power of his Lord. Moses (PBUH) persevered in the face of the tyranny of Pharaoh. In the light of modern archeological research, the Western authors and some modern historians denied the presence of Bani Israel and Moses (PBUH) in ancient Egypt when no archeological artefacts were found in Egypt. They call this histry fiction and Moses personality as legendary.  However, the researcher categorically refutes this objection by proving the arguments regarding the presence of Bani Israel in ancient Egypt and the real character of Prophet Moses (PBUH) and has made it clear from authoritative sources that Prophet Moses (PBUH) opposed Pharaoh and Moses (PBUH) delivered Bani Israel from his oppression and tyranny.

Published
2020-07-24
How to Cite
Khaliq, A. (2020). The Oppression of the Pharaohs of Egypt over the children of Israel and the movement of Prophet Moses (PBUH) for reforms and liberty: A fact or a myth?. The Islamic Culture "As-Saqafat-Ul Islamia" الثقافة الإسلامية - Research Journal - Sheikh Zayed Islamic Centre, University of Karachi, 43(43). Retrieved from http://theislamicculture.com/index.php/tis/article/view/696