وَجَآءَ رَجُلٌ مِّنۡ أَقۡصَا ٱلۡمَدِينَةِ يَسۡعَىٰ قَالَ يَٰمُوسَىٰٓ إِنَّ ٱلۡمَلَأَ يَأۡتَمِرُونَ بِكَ لِيَقۡتُلُوكَ فَٱخۡرُجۡ إِنِّى لَكَ مِنَ ٱلنَّٰصِحِينَ
And there came a man, running, from the furthest end of the City. He said: "O Moses! the Chiefs are taking counsel together about thee, to slay thee: so get thee away, for I do give thee sincere advice."<br/>
And a man, who was the [only] believer among Pharaoh's kinsfolk, came from the outskirts of the city, hastening, walking fast, via a route quicker than theirs. He said, 'O Moses, lo! the council, of Pharaoh's folk, are conspiring, discussing [the means], to slay you. So leave, the city. Truly I am speaking to you in good faith', in bidding you to leave.