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Indeed, Qarun was of the people of Moses, but he oppressed them. And We had given him treasures, the keys of which would weigh down a band of strong men. Recall when his people said to him, “Do not exult; surely, Allah does not love the exultant.

— Fadel Soliman, Bridges’ translation

Surely, Qarun was from the people of Musa (علیہ السلام) ، rebelled against them. And We had given to him such treasures as their keys would weigh too heavy for a strong group of people. (Remember) when his people said to him, "Do not exult. Surely, Allah does not like the exultant.

— Maarif-ul-Quran

Indeed Qārūn was from the people of Mūsā, then he rebelled against them. And We had given to him such treasures as their keys would weigh too heavy for a strong group of people. (Remember) when his people said to him, “Do not exult. Surely, Allah does not like the exultant.

— Mufti Taqi Usmani

Qarun was doubtless, of the people of Moses; but he acted insolently towards them: such were the treasures We had bestowed on him that their very keys would have been a burden to a body of strong men, behold, his people said to him: "Exult not, for Allah loveth not those who exult (in riches).

— Yusuf Ali

Indeed, Korah was one of the people of Moses, but he behaved arrogantly towards them. We had given him such treasures that their keys would weigh down a group of strong men. When his people said to him, “Do not exult, for Allah does not like the exultant.

— Ruwwad Center

Indeed, Qārūn was from the people of Moses, but he tyrannized them. And We gave him of treasures whose keys would burden a band of strong men; thereupon his people said to him, "Do not exult. Indeed, Allah does not like the exultant.

— Saheeh International

To be sure,1 Qarun (Korah) was one of Moses' people; then he transgressed against them.2 We had bestowed on him such treasure that their very keys would have been raised with difficulty by a whole group of strong people.3 Once when his people said to him: "Do not exult, for Allah does not love those who exult (in their riches).

— Tafheem-ul-Quran - Abul Ala Maududi

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