وَقَالَ ٱلۡمَلِكُ ٱئۡتُونِى بِهِۦ ۖ فَلَمَّا جَآءَهُ ٱلرَّسُولُ قَالَ ٱرۡجِعۡ إِلَىٰ رَبِّكَ فَسۡـَٔلۡهُ مَا بَالُ ٱلنِّسۡوَةِ ٱلَّٰتِى قَطَّعۡنَ أَيۡدِيَهُنَّ ۚ إِنَّ رَبِّى بِكَيۡدِهِنَّ عَلِيمٌ
So the king said: "Bring ye him unto me." But when the messenger came to him, (Joseph) said: "Go thou back to thy lord, and ask him, 'What is the state of mind of the ladies who cut their hands'? For my Lord is certainly well aware of their snare."<br/>
And the king, after the messenger had come to him and informed him of its [the dream's] interpretation, said: 'Bring him to me!', that is, the one who interpreted it. And when the messenger came to him, that is, [to] Joseph, and summoned him in order to depart [from the prison], he said - with the intention of manifesting his innocence - 'Return to your lord and ask him, to inquire: "What of, [what was] the case with, the women who cut their hands?" Surely my lord, my master, has knowledge of their guile'; he [the messenger] thus returned and informed the king, who then summoned them [the women].