Al-Quran Surah 28. Al-Qasas, Ayah 18

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فَأَصْبَحَ فِي الْمَدِينَةِ خَائِفًا يَتَرَقَّبُ فَإِذَا الَّذِي اسْتَنْصَرَهُ بِالْأَمْسِ يَسْتَصْرِخُهُ ۚ قَالَ لَهُ مُوسَىٰ إِنَّكَ لَغَوِيٌّ مُبِينٌ

Asad : And next morning he found himself in the city, looking fearfully about him, when lo! the one who had sought his help the day before [once again] cried out to him [for help17 - whereupon] Moses said unto him: "Behold, thou art indeed, most clearly, deeply in the wrong!18
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And so Moses became fearful, watching out in the city, when suddenly the one who sought his help the day before cried out to him again for help. Moses rebuked him, “Indeed, you are clearly a trouble-maker.”

Malik : Next morning as he was walking in the city in fear and caution, suddenly he saw the same man who he had helped the day before cried out to him again for help. Musa replied: "You are certainly a misguided person."
Pickthall : And morning found him in the city, fearing, vigilant, when behold! he who had appealed to him the day before cried out to him for help. Moses said unto him: Lo! thou art indeed a mere hothead.
Yusuf Ali : So he saw the morning in the City looking about in a state of fear when behold the man who had the day before sought his help called aloud for his help (again). Moses said to him: "Thou art truly it is clear a quarrelsome fellow!" 3344
Transliteration : Faasbaha fee almadeenati khaifan yataraqqabu faitha allathee istansarahu bialamsi yastasrikhuhu qala lahu moosa innaka laghawiyyun mubeenun
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Asad 17 Sc., "against another Egyptian".
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Asad 18 Lit., "lost in grievous error" or "deviating from what is right".

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Yusuf Ali 3344 The man was an Israelite. But Moses was himself in a distracted mood, for the reasons given in n. 3342 above, and he was exasperated at this public appeal to him again.

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