Tuesday, 9 November 2010

Scholars


9:34 O you who acknowledge, many of the scholars (l-abāri)  and priests (wal-ruh'bāni) consume people's money in falsehood, and they turn away from the path of God. Those who hoard gold and silver, and do not spend it in the cause of God, give them news of a painful retribution.

9:31 They took their scholars and priests (ahbarahum wa ruhbanahumto be lords besides God, and the Messiah son of Mary, while they were only commanded to serve One god, there is no god but He, be He glorified for what they set up.

39:3 Absolutely, to God is the true system. And those who set up allies besides Him: "We only serve them so that they may bring us closer to God. (  na’buduhum illā liyuqarribūnā  ilā  l-lahi zul'fā) " God will judge between them in what they dispute. Surely, God does not guide him who is a liar, a rejecter.


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wal-rabāniyūna (وَٱلرَّبَّٰنِيُّونَ) noun
nominative masculine plural noun (اسم مرفوع)
(5:44:14) ... and the Rabbis, ...
l-rabāniyūna (ٱلرَّبَّٰنِيُّونَ) noun
nominative masculine plural noun (اسم مرفوع)
(5:63:3) ... the Rabbis ...
ribbiyyūna (رِبِّيُّونَ) noun
nominative masculine plural noun (اسم مرفوع)
(3:146:6) ... (were) many religious scholars. ...


a-immata
(9:12:11) ... the leaders ...

a-immatan
(21:73:2) ... leaders, ...
(28:5:10) ... leaders ...
(28:41:2) ... leaders ...
(32:24:3) ... leaders ...

imāman
(2:124:11) ... a leader." ...
(11:17:14) ... (as) a guide ...
(25:74:13) ... a leader." ...
(46:12:5) ... (as) a guide ...

mala-on
(11:38:6) ... (the) chiefs ...

l-mala-u
(7:60:2) ... the chiefs ...
(7:66:2) ... the chiefs ...
(7:75:2) ... the chiefs ...
(7:88:2) ... the chiefs ...
(7:90:2) ... the chiefs ...
(7:109:2) ... the chiefs ...
(7:127:2) ... the chiefs ...
(11:27:2) ... the chiefs ...
(12:43:17) ... chiefs! ...
(23:24:2) ... the chiefs ...
(23:33:2) ... the chiefs ...
(27:29:3) ... chiefs! ...
(27:32:3) ... chiefs! ...
(27:38:3) ... chiefs! ...
(28:38:4) ... "O chiefs! ...
(38:6:2) ... the chiefs ...

l-mala-i
(2:246:4) ... the chiefs ...
(37:8:4) ... the assembly ...

bil-mala-i
(38:69:6) ... (of) the chiefs, ...
lil'mala-i
(26:34:2) ... to the chiefs ...
l-mala-a
(28:20:10) ... the chiefs ...
wamala-ihi
(7:103:9) ... and his chiefs, ...
(10:75:9) ... and his chiefs ...
(11:97:3) ... and his chiefs, ...
(23:46:3) ... and his chiefs, ...
(28:32:21) ... and his chiefs. ...
(43:46:7) ... and his chiefs, ...
wamala-ihim
(10:83:12) ... and their chiefs, ...
wamala-ahu
(10:88:7) ... and his chiefs ...

wal-ruh'bāni
(9:34:8) ... and the monks ...
waruh'bānan
(5:82:23) ... and monks, ...
waruh'bānahum
(9:31:3) ... and their monks ...

qissīsīna
(5:82:22) ... (are) priests ...

a-arbābun
(12:39:3) ... Are lords ...
wal-rabāniyūna
(5:44:14) ... and the Rabbis, ...
l-rabāniyūna
(5:63:3) ... the Rabbis ...
ribbiyyūna
(3:146:6) ... (were) many religious scholars. ...
arbāban
(3:64:22) ... (as) lords ...
(3:80:7) ... (as) lords. ...
(9:31:4) ... (as) Lords ...

wal-aḥbāru
(5:44:15) ... and the scholars, ...
(5:63:4) ... and the religious scholars ...
l-aḥbāri
(9:34:7) ... the rabbis ...
aḥbārahum
(9:31:2) ... their rabbis ...
ʿulamāu 

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