In Surah Ta Ha (20:84), Allah. Al-Ghaffar (The All Forgiving, The Absolver, The Veiler of Sins and Faults, The Most Protecting One), in the previous ayat (verse) asks Prophet Musa (a.s.) (Prophet Moses (a.s.)) what made him a’jalaka (hasten) from his people. Prophet Musa (a.s.) answers that they are close upon his tracks and he ‘ajjala (hastened) to Allah Subhanahu wa ta’ala so that his Sustainer would be pleased. This hastening took place after the destruction of Fir’aun (Pharoah) in the sea and Prophet Musa (a.s.) and the people were nearing Mount Tur. He says that he hurried to meet his Sustainer and his people were close behind, following in his footsteps. Allah Subhanahu wa ta’ala made a covenant with Prophet Musa (a.s.) which required him to fast 30 days and nights, which was extended another 10 days, so he could receive the laws of the Taurat (Torah). So Prophet Musa (a.s.) went up on Mount Tur desiring to be alone in communion with His Beloved and to receive the Message in order to relay it to his people. Prophet Musa (a.s.) says his desire was to please Allah Subhanahu wa ta’ala. But while he was absent, the people broke their promise to Prophet Musa (a.s.), were led astray, made a golden calf and fell into idolatry.
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