وَإِذِ ٱسۡتَسۡقَىٰ مُوسَىٰ لِقَوۡمِهِۦ فَقُلۡنَا ٱضۡرِب بِّعَصَاكَ ٱلۡحَجَرَ ۖ فَٱنفَجَرَتۡ مِنۡهُ ٱثۡنَتَا عَشۡرَةَ عَيۡنًا ۖ قَدۡ عَلِمَ كُلُّ أُنَاسٍ مَّشۡرَبَهُمۡ ۖ كُلُواْ وَٱشۡرَبُواْ مِن رِّزۡقِ ٱللَّهِ وَلَا تَعۡثَوۡاْ فِى ٱلۡأَرۡضِ مُفۡسِدِينَ
And remember Moses prayed for water for his people; We said: "Strike the rock with thy staff." Then gushed forth therefrom twelve springs. Each group knew its own place for water. So eat and drink of the sustenance provided by Allah, and do no evil nor mischief on the (face of the) earth.<br/>
And, mention, when Moses sought water for his people, for they suffered thirst in the wilderness, We said, 'Strike with your staff the rock, (the one that ran off with his robe, a light cube-like [rock] about the size of a man's head, made of marble) and he struck it, and there exploded, there burst and gushed forth, from it twelve fountains, equal to the number of tribes, each people, [each] tribe among them, came to know their drinking-place, which they did not share with any of the others. And We said to them, 'Eat and drink of that which God has provided, and do not be degenerate in the earth, seeking corruption' (mufsideen is a circumstantial qualifier emphasising its operator, the subject of the verb [laa ta'thaw, 'do not be degenerate'] derived from 'athiya, meaning afsada, 'to corrupt').