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Chapter 12 – Yusuf (Joseph) – Verses 47 – 57

Continued from verses 43 – 46 …

























Continue to verse 58 …

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6 responses

  1. Pingback: Chapter 12 – Yusuf (Joseph) – Verses 43 – 46 « Teaching Kids the Holy Quran

  2. Love this series!

    July 2, 2011 at 8:36 am

    • Thank you Nadia. I too am a big fan of this surah.

      July 3, 2011 at 10:33 pm

  3. I think the kids would love it ❤ , buh for the comment , the king at the time of Yusuf ( Alaihi Salaam ) was'nt a pharoah as portrayed or is apparent , the pharoahs where defeated for a while then , if this doesn't mean to show pharoah den its cool , buh a misinterpretation should be avoided, ALLAH (Subhanahu wa ta'ala) knows best , tc God bless our Children

    July 4, 2011 at 5:07 pm

    • Salaams Noor,

      Thank you for your clarification.

      You will notice in the translations I am using the word “King”, not Pharoah. The Bible uses the word ‘Pharoah’ whereas the Quran uses the word ‘King’. This is because the leaders of Egypt in the time of Prophet Yusuf (Joseph – pbuh) were not called Pharoahs but Kings. During the time of Musa (Moses – pbuh) the leaders were called Pharoahs.

      The portrayal I have used is of a leader of Egypt. The headress of the leader is based on the headdress of a deity (one of their gods) and each deity had a unique headress, and this predates the Pharoahs. The headdress I have used is more or less based on the god “Geb”, worshiped during both the time of Prophet Yusuf and Musa (pbut). For the comment, the kings during the time of Prophet Yusuf (pbuh) wore the white crown of Upper Egypt the Hediet crown or the Pschent crown – which is what I have tried to show here. After all this is Lego and choices are limited to what Lego has provided.

      Jazaaks.

      July 5, 2011 at 12:06 pm

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