Say ˹to them, O Prophet˺,
“Even if you were to possess the ˹infinite˺ treasuries of my Lord’s mercy, then you would certainly withhold ˹them˺, fearing they would run out—for humankind is ever stingy!”

Quran 17:100
Surah  al-Isra` (The Israelites)
Al-Isrāʾ (Arabic: الإسراء; meaning: The Night Journey),
also known as Banī Isrāʾīl (Arabic: بني إسرائيل; meaning:
The Children of Israel) is the 17th chapter (sūrah) of the Quran, with 111 verses (āyāt).
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قُل لَّوۡ أَنتُمۡ تَمۡلِكُونَ خَزَاۤىِٕنَ رَحۡمَةِ رَبِّیۤ

إِذࣰا لَّأَمۡسَكۡتُمۡ 
خَشۡیَةَ ٱلۡإِنفَاقِۚ
وَكَانَ ٱلۡإِنسَـٰنُ قَتُورࣰا
The word Isra’ refers to the “night journey” of the prophet Muhammad.
This surah is part of a series al-Musabbihat surahs because it begins with the glorification of God.
کہہ دو کہ 
اگر میرے پروردگار 
کی رحمت کے خزانے تمہارے ہاتھ میں ہوتے 
 تم خرچ ہوجانے کے خوف سے 
(ان کو) بند رکھتے۔ 
دل کا بہت تنگ ہے
This surah takes its name from the first verse which, in Islamic tradition, tells the event of the Isra,
the transportation of Muhammad during the night from the Great Mosque of Mecca to what is referred to as “the farthest Mosque”.”
The exact location is specified in the Qurran in Arabic words أَسۡرَىٰ بِعَبۡدِهِۦ لَيۡلٗا مِّنَ ٱلۡمَسۡجِدِ ٱلۡحَرَامِ إِلَى ٱلۡمَسۡجِدِ ٱلۡأَقۡصَا but this is commonly taken to Noble Sanctuary (Temple Mount) in Jerusalem. Some scholars disagree about this (see Isra and Mi’raj) lively .
While the city of Jerusalem (or al Quds , Al-Aqsa mosque) is mentioned by name anywhere in the Qur’an,[citation needed]
The first verse refers to Mohammed being taken from the ‘Masjid ul-harram’ to the ‘Masjid al-Aqsa’:
Glory to (Allah) Who did take His servant for a Journey by night from the Sacred Mosque to the farthest Mosque, whose precincts We (God) did bless,-
so that We might show him some of Our Signs: for He is the One Who heareth and seeth (all things).