The Argument of Mūsā with the Arrogant, Oppressive Firʿaun Regarding Rubūbiyyah and Ulūhiyyah. Firʿaun laid claim to ulūhiyyah (the right to worship) and arrogantly denied the existence of any deity deserving to be worshipped besides himself. He said, "I am your Lord most high." (79:24) and "I know of no other deity for you besides me." (28:38) to his people and arrogantly disbelieved in the message of Mūsā (alayhis salām). Download PDF.