315b. Elisha (Alyasa, Al-Yasa’a, Al-Yasa’, Al-Yasha, Eliseus, Elyas, Elyasa’) showed what happens when humans die.

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                                                            15 February 2014 (1435 AH).

 

INDEX: 

1. Elijah (Eelis, Elia, Elia’s, Elias, Éliás, Elías, Eliáš, Eliasz, Élie, Elijáš, Elis, Eliyahu, Eliyyahu, Eljas, Helias, Ilia, Ilias, Ilie, Illès, Ilija, Iliya, ilyas, Iliyas, Iliyās, Illès, Ilya, Líggjas) showed what happens when humans die.

2. Elisha (Alyasa, Al-Yasa’a, Al-Yasa’, Al-Yasha, Eliseus, Elyas, Elyasa’) showed what happens when humans die.

What happens when humans die?

What happens after death?

3. When a human dies their soul is taken by the angle of death to heaven.

4. When a human dies their soul is raised by the angle of death to heaven.

5. When a human dies their soul is raised by the angle of death to heaven and to Allaah.

 

 

 

Every human body dies on the earth.

After death every human soul is taken to heaven by the angel of death to live in Allaah’s care.

 

 

The soul of Elijah (Elias) was raised to heaven by the angel of death.

(Information in brackets is added to assist readers in the interpretation of the verse).

 

 

Allaah reveals in the Jewish Hebrew Bible (the Tanakh) that Prophet (Hadhrat, Hadrat, Hazrat) Elijah (Elias) died on Earth because his soul was raised to heaven by the angel of death.

 

No human is raised to heaven by the angel of death until they have died.

 

After the death of the human body on the earth the soul of Elijah (Elias) was taken by a whirlwind into heaven means that after the death of the human body on the earth the soul of Elijah (Elias) was taken by the angel of death to heaven and to the care of Allaah.

 

The Tanakh (Tenakh, Tenak, Tanach) are the five books (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy) of Moses (Moosa, Moosaa, Moossa, Mooses, Mosa, Mosaa, Mosess, Moshe, Mosheh, Mosoos, Mosos, Mossa, Mosses, Mosus, Mousa, Mousaa, Moussa, Musa, Mussa, Mussaa, Musus) in the Torah (Taurat) and together with the Prophets (Joshua, Judges, Samuel, Kings, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi) and the Writings (Chronicles, Psalms, Job, Proverbs, Ruth, Song of Songs, Ecclesiastes, Lamentations, Esther, Daniel, Ezra / Nehemiah) they are all combined together in one book called the Hebrew Bible (Jewish Bible, Old Bible, Old Testament, The Holy Scriptures of the children of Israel).

 

2 Kings 2:1 Jewish Hebrew Bible 2 Kings Chapter 2:1 And it came to pass (meaning, it would happened that), when the LORD (Allaah) would take up Prophet Elijah (Elias) by a whirlwind into heaven, that Prophet Elijah (Elias) went with Elisha (Al-Yasha) from Gilgal (near Jericho in the Northern Kingdom of Israel, today the West Bank Palestinian territories).

 

(Comment 1. Prophet Elijah (Elias) was taken up by a whirlwind into heaven.

Jewish Hebrew Bible Isaiah Chapter 1:1 The vision of Isaiah the son of Amoz, which he saw concerning Judah and Jerusalem (Al-Quds, Yerussalem, Yerushalayim), in the days of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah.

Jewish Hebrew Bible Isaiah Chapter 66:15 For, behold, the LORD (Allaah) will come in fire, and His (Allaah’s) chariots shall be like the whirlwind; to render His (Allaah’s) anger with fury, and His (Allaah’s) rebuke with flames of fire.

 

(Comment 2. Prophet Isaiah (Ishaia).

Prophet Isaiah (Esaias, Ishaia, Isha`ya, Shia, Yeshayahu) meaning “Salvation of the Lord (Allaah)” lived in Jerusalem (Al-Quds, Yerussalem, Yerushalayim) in the time of the first Jewish Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds, Yerussalem, Yerushalayim) around 1357 – 1382 BH (735 – 720 BCE, 735 – 720 BC)

 

 

2 Kings 2:2 Jewish Hebrew Bible 2 Kings Chapter 2:2 And Prophet Elijah (Elias) said to Elisha (Al-Yasha): “Stay here, I pray (ask) you; because the LORD (Allaah) has sent me (to go) as far as Beth-el (meaning, the house of Allaah in the Northern Kingdom of Israel, today in the West Bank Palestinian territories).” And Elisha (Al-Yasha) said: “As the LORD (Allaah) lives (meaning in the name of Allaah), and as your soul lives (meaning, and as you physically live on the earth), I (Elisha (Al-Yasha) your student) will not leave you (Prophet Elijah (Elias) my master).”  So they went down to Beth-el.

 

2 Kings 2:3 Jewish Hebrew Bible 2 Kings Chapter 2:3 And the sons of the prophets that were at Beth-el came out to Elisha (Al-Yasha), and said to him: “Do you know that the LORD (Allaah) will take away your master (Prophet Elijah (Elias)) from (over) your head to-day?'” And he (Elisha (Al-Yasha), the student whose head was under the instruction of his master) said: “Yes, I know it; hold you your peace (meaning, peace be with you).”

 

2 Kings 2:4 Jewish Hebrew Bible 2 Kings Chapter 2:4 And Prophet Elijah (Elias) said to him: “Elisha (Al-Yasha), stay here, I pray (ask) you; because the LORD (Allaah) has sent me to Jericho (in the Northern Kingdom of Israel, today in the West Bank Palestinian territories).” And he Elisha (Al-Yasha) said: “As the LORD (Allaah) lives (meaning in the name of Allaah), and as your soul lives (meaning, and as you physically live on the earth), I (Elisha (Al-Yasha) your student) will not leave you (Prophet Elijah (Elias) my master)” So they came to Jericho.

 

2 Kings 2:5 Jewish Hebrew Bible 2 Kings Chapter 2:5 And the sons of the prophets that were at Jericho came near to Elisha (Al-Yasha), and said to him: “Do you know that the LORD (Allaah) will take away your master (Prophet Elijah (Elias)) from (over) your head to-day?'” And he (Elisha (Al-Yasha), the student whose head was under the instruction of his master) said: “Yes, I know it; hold you your peace (meaning, peace be with you).”

 

2 Kings 2:6 Jewish Hebrew Bible 2 Kings Chapter 2:6 And Prophet Elijah (Elias) said to him: “Stay here, I pray (ask) you; because the LORD (Allaah) has sent me to the Jordan (River).” And he Elisha (Al-Yasha) said: “As the LORD (Allaah) lives (meaning in the name of Allaah), and as your soul lives (meaning, and as you physically live on the earth), I (Elisha (Al-Yasha) your student) will not leave you (Prophet Elijah (Elias) my master).” And they two went on.

 

2 Kings 2:7 Jewish Hebrew Bible 2 Kings Chapter 2:7 And fifty men of the sons of the prophets went, and stood over against (opposite) them (from) far away (looking at both of them); and they two (Prophet Elijah (Elias) and Elijah (Elias)) stood by the Jordan (River).

 

2 Kings 2:8 Jewish Hebrew Bible 2 Kings Chapter 2:8 And Prophet Elijah (Elias) took his mantle (sleeveless outer garment that was warn by the Prophets), and wrapped it together, and (used it to) hit the waters (of the Jordan River), and they (the water in the Jordan River) were divided here and there (separated with Allaah’s permission), so that both (Prophet Elijah (Elias) and Elisha (Al-Yasha)) went (walked across) over on dry ground.

 

2 Kings 2:9 Jewish Hebrew Bible 2 Kings Chapter 2:9 And it happened that when they had gone over (the Jordan River), that Prophet Elijah (Elias) said to Elisha (Al-Yasha): “Ask what I can do for you, before I am taken (away by Allaah) from you.' And Elisha (Al-Yasha) said: “I ask you to let a double portion of your (guided holy) spirit to be upon me (meaning, I am asking to inherit a double portion of your rightly guided holy spirit just like the first born son receives the highest portion of his fathers inheritance, meaning that Elisha (Al-Yasha) the student is asking to inherit his master’s position as the head of all the prophets in Israel).”

 

2 Kings 2:10 Jewish Hebrew Bible 2 Kings Chapter 2:10 And he (Prophet Elijah (Elias)) said: “You have asked a hard thing (for me to give to you because Allaah is the controller of everything including what shall happen in the future); nevertheless, if you see me when I am taken from you, it shall be so (that inheritance of my prophethood shall go) to you; but if not, it shall not be so (because Allaah is the one who decides all matters).”

 

2 Kings 2:11 Jewish Hebrew Bible 2 Kings Chapter 2:11 And it happened, as they went on, and talked, that, (they) looked (and), there appeared a chariot of fire, and horses of fire (angel, a host of the LORD, an angel in Allaah’s army, an angel from Allaah), which separated them (Prophet Elijah (Elias) and Elisha (Al-Yasha)) both apart; and Prophet Elijah (Elias) went up by a whirlwind into heaven (meaning, Allaah took Prophet Elijah (Elias) up to Himself (Allaah) in heaven).

 

(Comment 1. There appeared a chariot of fire.

The chariot of fire represents the angel of death who visits every human without fail when Allaah has decreed their time of death.

 

(Comment 2. And horses of fire which separated them both apart.

Separated them both apart represents the separation between life and death.

Prophet Elisha (Al-Yasha) who lives on earth is separated from Prophet Elijah (Elias) who died on earth.

 

(Comment 3. Prophet Elijah (Elias) went up by a whirlwind into heaven.

Allaah took Prophet Elijah (Elias) up to Himself (Allaah) in heaven when the angel of death took the soul of Prophet Elijah (Elias).

Allaah took Prophet Elijah (Elias) up to Himself (Allaah) in heaven when the angel of death raised the soul of Prophet Elijah (Elias).

 

 

2 Kings 2:12 Jewish Hebrew Bible 2 Kings Chapter 2:12 And Elisha (Al-Yasha) saw it, and he cried: 'My father (the one who has passed the blessing of prophethood to me), my father (the one who has passed the blessing of prophethood to me), the chariots of Israel and the horsemen thereof (meaning passed to me the prophethood which is the source of strength for the children of Israel)!' And he (Prophet Elisha (Al-Yasha)) saw him ((Prophet Elijah (Elias)) no more (as the soul of his master disappeared high up into the heavens); and he took hold of his own clothes, and rent (tore) them in two pieces (in grief that his master Prophet Elijah (Elias) had left him).

 

(Comment 1. Prophet Elijah (Elias) died.

The grief of Prophet Elisha (Al-Yasha) comes from his love for and separation from his master (Prophet Elijah (Elias)) who he had followed saying “As the LORD (Allaah) lives (meaning in the name of Allaah), and as your soul lives (meaning, and as you physically live on the earth), I (Elisha (Al-Yasha) your student) will not leave you (Prophet Elijah (Elias) my master).”

This oath from Elisha (Al-Yasha, the student) to stay with Prophet Elijah (Elias his master) is repeated in the Jewish Hebrew Bible 2 Kings Chapter 2:2, 2:4 and 2:6.

 

(Comment 2. Prophet Elijah (Elias) died.

2 Kings 2:12 “…. and he took hold of his own clothes, and rent (tore) them in two pieces (in grief that his master Prophet Elijah (Elias) had left him).

 

(Comment 3. Prophet Elijah (Elias) died.

2 Kings 2:12 “…. And he (Prophet Elisha (Al-Yasha)) saw him ((Prophet Elijah (Elias)) no more.

The death of Prophet Elijah (Elias) is represented by the soul of Prophet Elijah (Elias) disappearing high up into the heavens.

 

(Comment 4. Prophet Elijah (Elias) died.

Allaah took Prophet Elijah (Elias) up to Himself (Allaah).

After death the angel of death takes every soul to heaven and up to Himself (Allaah) to Allaah’s care.

Allaah took Prophet Elijah (Elias) up to Himself (Allaah) when the angel of death raised the soul of Prophet Elijah (Elias) up to heaven.

Allaah takes every human soul up to Himself (Allaah) when the angel of death raises the soul of a human to heaven.

 

(Comment 5. Where is the grave of Prophet Elijah (Elias)?

Like Moses (Musa) no one knows the location of the sepulcher (grave) of Elijah (Elias).

 

Deuteronomy 34:5 So Moses (Moosa, Moosaa, Moossa, Mooses, Mosa, Mosaa, Mosess, Moshe, Mosheh, Mosoos, Mosos, Mossa, Mosses, Mosus, Mousa, Mousaa, Moussa, Musa, Mussa, Mussaa, Musus) the servant of the LORD (Allaah) died there in the land of Moab, according to the word of the LORD (Allaah).

Deuteronomy 34:6 And he (Moses (Musa)) was buried in the valley in the land of Moab (east of the Dead Sea) over against Beth-peor (in Jordan, East of the Jordan River opposite Jericho); and no man knows (where is) his sepulcher (grave) to this day.

 

 

2 Kings 2:13 Jewish Hebrew Bible 2 Kings Chapter 2:13 He (Elisha (Al-Yasha)) took up also the mantle (sleeveless outer garment showing the Prophethood) of Prophet Elijah (Elias) that fell from him (Prophet Elijah (Elias) when he was raised to heaven), and went back, and stood by the bank of the Jordan (River).

 

(Comment 1. Prophet Elijah (Elias) died.

When Prophet Elijah (Elias) died then Allaah promoted Elijah’s (Elias’s) student Elisha (Alyasa, Al-Yasa’a, Al-Yasa’, Al-Yasha, Eliseus, Elyas, Elyasa’) to Elijah’s (Elias’s) position of head prophet.

This is represented in 2 Kings 2:13 “…. He (Elisha (Al-Yasha)) took up also the mantle (sleeveless outer garment showing the Prophethood) of Prophet Elijah (Elias) that fell from him (Prophet Elijah (Elias) when Elijah (Elias) was raised to heaven).

 

 

2 Kings 2:14 Jewish Hebrew Bible 2 Kings Chapter 2:14 And he (Elisha (Al-Yasha)) took the mantle of Prophet Elijah (Elias) that fell from him (Prophet Elijah (Elias) when he was raised to heaven), and hit the waters (of the Jordan River), and (he gave a question and the answer when he) said: “Where is the LORD (Allaah), the Allaah of Elijah (Elias)?” and when he (Elisha (Al-Yasha)) also had hit the waters (of the Jordan River as Prophet Elijah (Elias) had done before him, See Jewish Hebrew Bible 2 Kings Chapter 2:8), they (the water) were divided (separated with Allaah’s permission) here and there (to show that after the departure from the earth of a prophet of Allaah, the word of Allaah still remains on the earth); and Elisha (Al-Yasha) went (back) over (the Jordon River on dry ground).

 

Comment 1. The ability of Elisha (Al-Yasha) to repeat the miracle shown earlier by Prophet Elijah (Elias) to separate the waters of the Jordan River was a confirmation to the other prophets who were looking at him from a distance that Elisha (Al-Yasha) had inherited the position of Elijah (Elias) as head of all the prophets of Israel.

 

 

2 Kings 2:15 Jewish Hebrew Bible 2 Kings Chapter 2:15 And when the sons of the prophets that were at Jericho some distance away saw him, they said: “The spirit of Prophet Elijah (Elias) rests on Prophet Elisha (Al-Yasha).” And they came to meet him, and bowed down to the ground before him.

 

2 Kings 2:16 Jewish Hebrew Bible 2 Kings Chapter 2:16 And they said to him (Prophet Elisha (Al-Yasha)): “Look now, there are with you servants (who are) fifty strong men; let them go, we pray (we beg) you, and look for your master (Prophet Elijah (Elias)); lest peradventure (meaning, to find out what has happened incase) the spirit (the angel) of the LORD (Allaah) has taken him (Prophet Elijah (Elias)) up, and (then) put him (Prophet Elijah (Elias)) on some mountain, or into some valley.' And he ((Prophet Elisha (Al-Yasha))) said: “You shall not send (them because he understood that the angel of Allaah raises the soul to heaven).”

 

2 Kings 2:17 Jewish Hebrew Bible 2 Kings Chapter 2:17 And when they urged him till he (Prophet Elisha (Al-Yasha)) was ashamed (to refuse their requests), he (Prophet Elisha (Al-Yasha)) said: 'Send (them).”  They therefore sent fifty men; and they looked for three days, but did not find him (Prophet Elijah (Elias)).

 

2 Kings 2:18 Jewish Hebrew Bible 2 Kings Chapter 2:18 And they (the fifty men) came back to him (Prophet Elisha (Al-Yasha)), while he stayed at Jericho; and he (Prophet Elisha (Al-Yasha)) said to them: “Did I not say to you: Do not go (the first time you asked me)?”

 

(Comment 1. Why did they not find Prophet Elijah (Elias)?

They did not find Prophet Elijah (Elias) because they were looking for a living man on the earth.

They were not looking for a grave.

 

2 Kings 2:16 “…. lest peradventure (meaning, to find out what has happened incase) the spirit (the angel) of the LORD (Allaah) has taken him (Prophet Elijah (Elias)) up, and (then) put him (Prophet Elijah (Elias)) on some mountain, or into some valley

 

 

(Comment 2. Where is the grave of Prophet Elijah (Elias)?

Like Moses (Musa) no one knows the location of the sepulcher (grave) of Elijah (Elias).

 

Deuteronomy 34:5 So Moses (Musa) the servant of the LORD (Allaah) died there in the land of Moab, according to the word of the LORD (Allaah).

Deuteronomy 34:6 And he (Moses (Musa)) was buried in the valley in the land of Moab (east of the Dead Sea) over against Beth-peor (in Jordan, East of the Jordan River opposite Jericho); and no man knows (where is) his sepulcher (grave) to this day.

 

 

(Comment 3. Allaah raised the soul of Prophet Elijah (Elias) into heaven and showed that when a prophet of Allaah leaves the earth, Allaah is everlasting and Allaah’s word does not leave the earth.

 

2 Kings 2:14 Jewish Hebrew Bible 2 Kings Chapter 2:14 …..: “Where is the LORD (Allaah), the Allaah of Elijah (Elias)?” and when he (Elisha (Al-Yasha)) also had hit the waters (of the Jordan River as Prophet Elijah (Elias) had done before him, they (the water) were divided (separated with Allaah’s permission) here and there (to show that after the departure from the earth of a prophet of Allaah, the word of Allaah still remains on the earth) …..”

 

 

(Comment 4. After death the soul of every human is raised up by the angel of death to Allaah’s care in heaven.

 

Quran 6:61 Surah 6:61 He (Allaah) has all-power over His (Allaah’s) servants (Allaah’s creations) and He (Allaah) is wise and knows all things. And He (Allaah) sends guardian angels to you (to record your deeds) until your death. Then (at death) our messengers (of death, Angels of death) take your soul without failure (of this duty at the appointed time).

 

Quran 6:62 Surah 6:62 Then they (His (Allaah’s) creations) are returned to Allaah, their true Lord (and protector). His (Allaah’s) is the (final) judgment and He (Allaah) is swift of take account (of the deeds of His (Allaah’s) creations).

 

Quran 13:15 Surah 13:15 Whoever is in the heavens and the earth obeys Allaah willingly (because they are obedient to Allaah) or unwillingly (because Allaah controls everything that Allaah has created without failure just) as do their (human) shadows (appear when people walk under the Sun) in the morning and the evening hours (without failure).

 

 

(Comment 5. Jesus (Isa) met Moses (Musa) and Elijah (Elias) showing that the souls of Moses (Musa) and Elijah (Elias) are both in the care of Allaah in heaven.

 

(Comment 6. Jesus (Isa) met Moses (Musa) and Elijah (Elias) fulfilling the promise of Allaah in Malachi 3:23.

Malachi 3:23 Jewish Hebrew Bible Malachi Chapter 3:23 Behold, I (Allaah) will send you Elijah (Elias) the prophet before the coming of the great and terrible day of the LORD (Allaah).

 

See Jesus (Isa) transfigured on the earth.

Jesus (Eesa, Eesaa, Eesaah, Eesah, Eessa, Eessaa, Eessaah, Eessah, Esa, Esaa, Esah, Esaah, Essa, Essaa, Essaah, Essah, Isa, Isâ, Isaa, Isah, Isaah, Issa, Issâ, Issah, Issaa, Issaah, Iesa, Iesaa, Iesah, Iessa, Iessaa, Iesus, Yasu, Yasuu, Yeshu, Yeshua, Yeshuaa, Jesus Christ, Jesus of Nazareth, Messiah Jesus, Jesus the Messiah) transfigured on the earth.

Prophet (hadhrat, hadrat, hazrat) Jesus (Eesa, Eesaa, Eesaah, Eesah, Eessa, Eessaa, Eessaah, Eessah, Esa, Esaa, Esah, Esaah, Essa, Essaa, Essaah, Essah, Isa, Isâ, Isaa, Isah, Isaah, Issa, Issâ, Issah, Issaa, Issaah, Iesa, Iesaa, Iesah, Iessa, Iessaa, Iesus, Yasu, Yasuu, Yeshu, Yeshua, Yeshuaa, Jesus Christ, Jesus of Nazareth, Messiah Jesus, Jesus the Messiah) transfigured on the earth.

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(Comment 7. Both Prophet Jesus (Isa) and Prophet Muhammad confirmed the message to humans that where delivered by every prophet of Allaah which is the same message delivered by Prophet Elijah (Elias).

 

The message delivered by every prophet of Allaah is Torah Deuteronomy 5:7, 5:8, 5:9 and 5:10

See. Jewish Christian Muslim interfaith dialogue.

The key to Jewish Muslim Christian interfaith dialogue.

The key to Muslim Jewish Christian inter faith dialogue.

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 (Comment 8. The miracles of Allaah in the time of Prophet (Hadhrat, Hadrat, Hazrat) Elijah (Eelis, Elia, Elia’s, Elias, Éliás, Elías, Eliáš, Eliasz, Élie, Elijáš, Elis, Eliyahu, Eliyyahu, Eljas, Helias, Ilia, Ilias, Ilie, Illès, Ilija, Iliya, ilyas, Iliyas, Iliyās, Illès, Ilya, Líggjas)

 

1. Prophet Elijah (Al-Yasha) prophesied that a drought would not end until he gave the word (with Allaah’s permission),

2 Kings 2:1 Jewish Bible 2 Kings Chapter 2:1 And Prophet Elijah (Al-Yasha) the Tishbite, who was of the settlers of Gilead, said to Ahab (King of the Northern Kingdom of Israel): “As the LORD, the Allaah of Israel, lives, before whom I stand, (meaning, I swear in the name of Allaah) there shall not be dew nor rain these years, but according to my word (meaning, but according to what I say with Allaah’s permission).'

 

 

2. Ravens (birds) bring bread and meat to feed Prophet Elijah (Al-Yasha)) by Allaah’s command.

1 Kings 17:4 Jewish Bible 1 Kings Chapter 17:4 “And it shall be, that you (Prophet Elijah (Al-Yasha)) shall drink from the brook (called Cherith, east of the Jordan River); and I (Allaah) have commanded the ravens to feed you there.'

1 Kings 17:6 Jewish Bible 1 Kings Chapter 17:6 And the ravens brought him bread and flesh in the morning, and bread and flesh in the evening; and he ((Prophet Elijah (Al-Yasha))) drank from the brook.

 

 

3. Prophet Elijah (Al-Yasha)) reveals to a mother and son that their last day supply of oil and meal shall not end until the drought ends.

1 Kings 17:12 Jewish Bible 1 Kings Chapter 17:12 And she (the mother in Zarephath in Zidon, Phoenicia) said: “As the LORD your Allaah lives (meaning, I swear in the name of Allaah), I have not a cake, only a handful of meal in the jar, and a little oil in the cruse; and, see, I am gathering two sticks, so that I may go in and dress it for me and my son, so that we may eat it, and die.”

1 Kings 17:13 Jewish Bible 1 Kings Chapter 17:13 And Prophet Elijah (Al-Yasha) said to her: 'Fear not; go and do as you have said; but first make me from it a little cake, and bring it out to me, and afterward make (some) for you and for your son.

1 Kings 17:14 Jewish Bible 1 Kings Chapter 17:14 This is what the LORD, the Allaah of Israel said: “The jar of meal shall not be used up (shall not come to an end), neither shall the cruse of oil fail (come to an end), until the day that the LORD (Allaah) sends rain on the land.”

1 Kings 17:15 Jewish Bible 1 Kings Chapter 17:15 And she went and did according to the saying of Prophet Elijah (Al-Yasha); and she, and he, and her house, did eat for many days.

1 Kings 17:16 Jewish Bible 1 Kings Chapter 17:16 The jar of meal was not spent, neither did the cruse of oil fail, according to the word of the LORD (Allaah), which He (Allaah) spoke by (the mouth of) Prophet Elijah (Al-Yasha).

 

 

4. Prophet Elijah (Al-Yasha) brings a dead boy back to life (with Allaah’s permission),

1 Kings 17:17 Jewish Bible 1 Kings Chapter 17:17 And it came to pass after these things, that the son of the woman, the mistress of the house, fell sick; and his sickness was so sore (serious), that there was no breath left in him.

1 Kings 17:18 Jewish Bible 1 Kings Chapter 17:18 And she said to Prophet Elijah (Al-Yasha): “What have I to do with you, O you man of Allaah? Have you come to me to remind me of my sin, and to kill my son?'

1 Kings 17:19 Jewish Bible 1 Kings Chapter 17:19 And he (Prophet Elijah (Al-Yasha)) said to her: “Give me your son.” And he took him (the dead son) out of her bosom (the enclosure between her breast), and carried him up to the upper chamber, where he lived (in her house as a temporary lodger), and laid him on his own bed.

1 Kings 17:20 Jewish Bible 1 Kings Chapter 17:20 And he (Prophet Elijah (Al-Yasha)) cried to the LORD (Allaah), and said: “O LORD my Allaah, have You (Allaah) also brought evil on the widow with whom I temporary lodge, by slaying her son?'

1 Kings 17:21 Jewish Bible 1 Kings Chapter 17:21 And he (Prophet Elijah (Al-Yasha)) stretched himself upon the child three times, and cried to the LORD (Allaah), and said: “O LORD my Allaah, I pray to You (Allaah), let this child's soul come back into him.”

1 Kings 17:22 Jewish Bible 1 Kings Chapter 17:22 And the LORD (Allaah) listened to the voice of Prophet Elijah (Al-Yasha); and the soul of the child came back into him, and he (the dead son) revived (came back to life).

1 Kings 17:23 Jewish Bible 1 Kings Chapter 17:23 And (Prophet Elijah (Al-Yasha)) took the child, and brought him down out of the upper chamber into the house, and delivered him to his mother; and (Prophet Elijah (Al-Yasha)) said: “See, your son lives.'

1 Kings 17:24 Jewish Bible 1 Kings Chapter 17:24 And the woman said to (Prophet Elijah (Al-Yasha)): “Now I know that you are a man of Allaah, and that the word of the LORD (Allaah) in your mouth is truth.'

 

 

5. Prophet Elijah (Al-Yasha)) calls Allaah and the LORD (Allaah) sends a fire from the sky to accept his animal offering.

1 Kings 18:37 Jewish Bible 1 Kings Chapter 18:37 (Prophet Elijah (Al-Yasha) said) Hear me, O LORD (Allaah), hear me, so that this people may know that You, LORD, are Allaah, because You (Allaah) did turn their heart backward (away from You (Allaah)).”

1 Kings 18:38 Jewish Bible 1 Kings Chapter 18:38 Then the fire of the LORD (Allaah) fell (from the sky), and consumed the burnt-offering (animal sacrifice), and the wood, and the stones, and the dust, and licked up the water that was in the trench.

1 Kings 18:39 Jewish Bible 1 Kings Chapter 18:39 And when all the people saw it, they fell on their faces (prostrating to Allaah); and they said: “The LORD, He is Allaah; the LORD, He is Allaah (He is alive).”

 

 

 

What happens when humans die?

 

Death.

Allaah decrees the time and place of death for every creation.

Allaah decrees the time and place of death for every human.

Death only comes when Allaah has decreed death to come.

Death only comes when Allaah has decreed death to come so no one can die except at the time when Allaah has decreed their death.

Allaah has decreed that every human dies.

Every human will taste death.

Every human will die.

No human is immortal.

 

The purpose of life and death.

The purpose of life and death is to test which human is the best in behavior.

The purpose of life and death is to test which jinn is the best in behavior.

The purpose of life and death is to test which creation is the best in behavior.

Life on earth is followed by death on earth.

After death the soul is taken up to Allaah.

 

The human soul.

The soul of every human is taken up by the angle of death to Himself (Allaah).

The soul of every human is taken up by the angle of death into heaven.

The soul of every human is taken up by the angle of death into heaven by Allaah.

The soul of every human is raised up by the angle of death to Himself (Allaah).

The soul of every human is raised up by the angle of death into heaven.

The soul of every human is raised up into heaven by the angle of death to Himself (Allaah).

Every creation ascends to Allaah by the angle of death when they die or are killed.

Every creation is taken up to Allaah by the angle of death when they die or are killed.

Every creation is raised up by Allaah by the angle of death when they die or are killed.

Every creation is raised to Allaah by the angle of death when they die or are killed.

Every creation is raised by Allaah by the angle of death when they die or are killed.

Every human dies or is killed and their soul is taken up by the angle of death to Himself (Allaah).

Every living creature dies or is killed and their soul is taken up by the angle of death to Himself (Allaah).

Every created thing passes away and is taken up by the angle of death to Himself (Allaah).

When a human dies their soul is taken up by the angle of death to Himself (Allaah).

When a human dies their soul is raised by the angle of death to Himself (Allaah).

When a human dies their soul is taken up by the angle of death into heaven.

When a human dies their soul is raised by the angle of death into heaven.

When a human dies their soul is taken up into heaven by the angle of death and to Himself (Allaah).

When a human dies their soul is raised into heaven by the angle of death and to Himself (Allaah).

The way a human leaves the earth forever is by the angle of death when the human dies.

Death comes when the soul is taken up by the angle of death to Himself (Allaah) forever.

 

The resting place for human bones is on the earth.

Every human dies.

The grave on the earth is the resting place for the human body where bones become dust.

 

The resting place for human souls is in heaven.

Every human dies but their soul lives.

Heaven is the resting place for human souls and every soul lives under the care of Allaah.

Every human who has died lives as a soul in heaven under the care of Allaah.

 

The human body.

The human body is designed for life on the earth.

The human body is not designed for life in heaven.

The human body on the earth is different to the spiritual human body in heaven.

The earth is the resting place for the human body.

Heaven is the resting place for the human soul.

On the Day of Resurrection and Judgement each human soul shall be given a spiritual human body that can feel reward or punishment.

 

Time on the Day of Resurrection and Judgment.

Each human soul shall be given a spiritual body on the Day of Resurrection and Judgment. 

On the Day of Resurrection and Judgment it will seem to humans as if they had only been on the earth for a very short time, a day or part of a day.

From the time of human death to the time of the Day of human Resurrection and Allaah’s Judgment will seem to be as short as the blinking of an eye.

 

The spiritual human body.

Some prophets on the earth were briefly given spiritual bodies and the souls of some prophets in heaven were also briefly given spiritual human bodies so that they could both meet and both talk with each other as Allaah had decreed.

 

See 1. Jesus (Isa) transfigured on the earth.

Jesus (Eesa, Eesaa, Eesaah, Eesah, Eessa, Eessaa, Eessaah, Eessah, Esa, Esaa, Esah, Esaah, Essa, Essaa, Essaah, Essah, Isa, Isâ, Isaa, Isah, Isaah, Issa, Issâ, Issah, Issaa, Issaah, Iesa, Iesaa, Iesah, Iessa, Iessaa, Iesus, Yasu, Yasuu, Yeshu, Yeshua, Yeshuaa, Jesus Christ, Jesus of Nazareth, Messiah Jesus, Jesus the Messiah) transfigured on the earth.

Prophet (hadhrat, hadrat, hazrat) Jesus (Eesa, Eesaa, Eesaah, Eesah, Eessa, Eessaa, Eessaah, Eessah, Esa, Esaa, Esah, Esaah, Essa, Essaa, Essaah, Essah, Isa, Isâ, Isaa, Isah, Isaah, Issa, Issâ, Issah, Issaa, Issaah, Iesa, Iesaa, Iesah, Iessa, Iessaa, Iesus, Yasu, Yasuu, Yeshu, Yeshua, Yeshuaa, Jesus Christ, Jesus of Nazareth, Messiah Jesus, Jesus the Messiah) transfigured on the earth.

306 English https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/jesus-transfigured-on-the-earth  

306A Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/isa-transfigured-on-the-earth  

306B Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/prophet-hadhrat-hadrat-hazrat-jesus-isa-transfigured-on-the-earth

 

See 2. Prophet Muhammad ascended to heaven in the night journey and the ladder.

Prophet (hadhrat, hadrat, hazrat) Muhammad ascended to heaven in Al-Isra wal Al-Miraj.

Prophet (hadhrat, hadrat, hazrat) Muhammad (Mahamad, Mahammad, Mahamed, Mahammed, Mahumad, Mahummad, Mahumed, Mahummed, Mahomet, Mahommet, Mahomot, Mahommot, Mehamed, Mehammed, Mohamed, Mohammed, Mohomet, Mohommet, Mohamad, Mohammad, Mohamod, Mohammod, Muhamad, Muhamed, Muhammed, Muhumed, Muhummed, Muhumud, Muhummud, Muhammad bin Abdullah, Muhammad ibn Abdullah) ascended to heaven in Al-Isra wal Al-Miraj.

307 English https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/prophet-muhammad-ascended-to-heaven-in-the-night-journey-and-the-ladder 

307A Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/prophet-muhammad-ascended-to-heaven-in-the-isra-and-the-miraj

307B Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/prophet-hadhrat-hadrat-hazrat-muhammad-ascended-to-heaven-in-al-isra-wal-al-miraj

 

See 3. Psalms 37 Allaah promised eternal life after death.

Psalms 37 Allaah first promised eternal life after death in the Jewish Bible.

Psalms 37 Allaah first promised everlasting life after death in the Hebrew Bible.

Psalms 37 Allaah first promised life after death in the Old Testament.

313 English https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/psalms-37-god-promised-eternal-life

313A Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/psalms-37-allah-promised-everlasting-life

313B Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/psalms-37-allaah-promised-life-after-death

 

See 4. Genesis and Enoch (Idris, Idres, Idrees, Idress, Edris, Idriss) reveal what happens when humans die.

314 English https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/genesis-and-enoch-reveal-what-happens-when-a-human-dies

314A Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/genesis-and-idris-idres-idrees-idress-edris-idriss-reveals-what-happens-when-humans-die

314B Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/when-did-allaah-first-reveal-what-happens-when-humans-die

 

See 5. Was Jesus killed on the cross?

Was Isa killed on the cross?

Was Jesus (Eesa, Eesaa, Eesaah, Eesah, Eessa, Eessaa, Eessaah, Eessah, Esa, Esaa, Esah, Esaah, Essa, Essaa, Essaah, Essah, Isa, Isâ, Isaa, Isah, Isaah, Issa, Issâ, Issah, Issaa, Issaah, Iesa, Iesaa, Iesah, Iessa, Iessaa, Iesus, Yasu, Yasuu, Yeshu, Yeshua, Yeshuaa, Jesus Christ, Jesus of Nazareth, Messiah Jesus, Jesus the Messiah) killed on the cross?

Was Prophet (Hadhrat, Hadrat, Hazrat) Isa (Eesa, Eesaa, Eesaah, Eesah, Eessa, Eessaa, Eessaah, Eessah, Esa, Esaa, Esah, Esaah, Essa, Essaa, Essaah, Essah, Isa, Isâ, Isaa, Isah, Isaah, Issa, Issâ, Issah, Issaa, Issaah, Iesa, Iesaa, Iesah, Iessa, Iessaa, Iesus, Yasu, Yasuu, Yeshu, Yeshua, Yeshuaa, Jesus Christ, Jesus of Nazareth, Messiah Jesus, Jesus the Messiah) killed on the cross?

Quran 4:157 surah 4:157 verse 4:157 ayah 4:157 

303 English https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/was-jesus-killed-on-the-cross  

303A Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/was-isa-killed-on-the-cross

303B Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/was-prophet-isa-killed-on-the-cross

 

See 6. What happened to Jesus at the end of his life?

What happened to Jesus (Eesa, Eesaa, Eesaah, Eesah, Eessa, Eessaa, Eessaah, Eessah, Esa, Esaa, Esah, Esaah, Essa, Essaa, Essaah, Essah, Isa, Isâ, Isaa, Isah, Isaah, Issa, Issâ, Issah, Issaa, Issaah, Iesa, Iesaa, Iesah, Iessa, Iessaa, Iesus, Yasu, Yasuu, Yeshu, Yeshua, Yeshuaa, Jesus Christ, Jesus of Nazareth, Messiah Jesus, Jesus the Messiah) at the end of his life?

What happened to Prophet (Hadhrat, Hadrat, Hazrat) Jesus (Eesa, Eesaa, Eesaah, Eesah, Eessa, Eessaa, Eessaah, Eessah, Esa, Esaa, Esah, Esaah, Essa, Essaa, Essaah, Essah, Isa, Isâ, Isaa, Isah, Isaah, Issa, Issâ, Issah, Issaa, Issaah, Iesa, Iesaa, Iesah, Iessa, Iessaa, Iesus, Yasu, Yasuu, Yeshu, Yeshua, Yeshuaa, Jesus Christ, Jesus of Nazareth, Messiah Jesus, Jesus the Messiah) at the end of his life?

304 English https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/what-happened-to-jesus-at-the-end-of-his-life  

304A Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/what-happened-to-isa-at-the-end-of-his-life  

304B Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/what-happened-to-prophet-hadhrat-hazrat-isa-at-the-end-of-his-life  

 

See 7. Allaah protects His Torah (Tauraah, Taurah, Tauraat, Taurat, Tavraat, Tavrat, Tawraah, Tawrah, Tawraat, Tawrat, Towraat, Towrat, Al-Tauraah, Al-Taurah, Al- Tauraat, Al-Taurat, Al-Tavraat, Al-Tavrat, Al-Tawraah, Al-Tawraat, Al-Tawrah, Al-Tawrat, Al-Towrat, Al-Towraat).

Allaah protects His Gospel (Engil, Engeel, Enjeel, Enjil, Ingeel, Ingil, Injeel, Injil, Injill, Al-Engil, Al-Engeel, Al-Enjeel, Al-Enjil, Al-Ingeel, Al-Ingil, Al-Injeel,  Al-Injil, Al-Injill).

Allaah protects His Quran (Koran. Quraanka Kariimka, Quraan, Qur'aan, Qur'aanka, Quraanka, Qur’aan, Qur’aanka, Qur'aanka, Kariimka, Qur’aanka Kariimka, Qur'aanka Kareemka, Qur’aanka Kareemka, Qur'aanka Karemka, Qur’aanka Karemka, Qur'aanka Karimka, Qur’aanka Karimka, Al Quraan, AlQuraan, Quraanu, Qur'aanu, Quraanu Kareem, Quraanu Karim, Quraanu Kariim, Qur'aanu Kareem, Qur'aanu Karim, Qur'aanu Kariim, Qur'anu, Quranu Kareem,  Quranu Karim, Quranu Kariim, Qur'anu, Kareem,  Qur'anu, Karim,  Qur'anu, Kariim, Quranu,  Koranu,  Koranu, Kareem,  Koranu Karim,  Koranu Kariim,  Koraanu, Koraanu, Kareem, Koraanu,  Karim,  Koraanu Kariim, Kur'an-ı Kerim, Kurr-'aan, Kurraan, Holy Kuraan, El Sagrado, Corán, El Coran, El Corán, El Sagrado Coran, El-Qur'an, el-Qur'an, An Coran, An Koran, An Kuran, An Quran, Corán, Sagrado Corán, O Nobre Corán, Le Saint Coran, Coran, Le Coran, Le Koran, Le Quran, The Holy Quran, Holy Quran, Al-Kuruan, Kuruan, Al-Qoran, Qoran, Al-Koraani, Koraani, Corano, Il Corano, Il-Koran, Il-Quran, Il-Kuran, Il-Coran, Il Quran, Il Sacro Quran, Il Sacro Kuran, Il Sacro Koran, Il Sacro Corano, Święty Koran, Coranul Sfânt, Coranul, Sant Alcorà, L'Alcorà, Alcorà, Hellige Koranen, Den Hellige Koranen, Koranen, Heliga Koranen, Den Heliga Koranen, I Koranen, Kur'an, Al Kur’an, Kuran, Kur\'an, Heilige Koran, Heilige Quran, Hellige Koran, Hellige Quran, De Heilige Quran, De Heilige Koran, De Hellige Quran, De Hellige Koran, Der Hellige Quran, Der Hellige Koran, Der Heilige Koran, Der Heilige Quran, Der Koran, Der Holly Koran, Der Holy Koran, Da Holy Koran, Da Holly Koran, Da Holy Quran, Da Holly Quran, El Cora, Le Cora, Časni Kur'an, Časni Kuran, Korán, Svatý Korán, Qoeran, Qoer'ān, Da Qoer'ān, De Qoer'ān, Kùránì, Kurani, Kur'ani, Kur’ani, Kurani Kerim, Kur'ani Kerim, Kur’ani Kerim, Kuran-I, Kur'an-I, Kur’an-I, Kuran-i Kerim, Kur'an-i Kerim, Kur’an-i Kerim, Kuran-ı Kerîm, Kur'an-i Kerîm, Kur’an-i Kerîm, Qurani Kərim, Qurani Şərif, əl-quran, əl-kuran, Dr Kurani, Kuranɛ, Sìlàmɛya, Silameya, Quran-ı Kerim, Quranı, Kerim, Qurani, Quran-I, Qur’an-I, Qur'an-I, Quran-i Kerim, Qur’an-i Kerim, Qur'an-i Kerim,  Quran-i Ka’rim, Qur’an-i Ka’rim, Qur'an-i Ka’rim, Quran-i Kareem, Qur’an-i Kareem, Qur'an-i Kareem, Al-Qur'an Al-Karim, Al-Quran Al-Karim, Al-Quran Al-Karem, Al-Quran Al-Kareem, Al Qur'an Al Karim, Al Quran Al Karim, Al Quran Al Karem, Al Quran Al Kareem, Koraani, Koraanil, Püha Koraan, Banal na Quran, Banal na Koran, Pyhä Koraani, Pyhä Kuran, Pyhä Quran, Sveti Quran, Sveti Koran, A Korán, A Qurán, A Kurán, A Corán, Santo Corán, O Corán, An Córan, El Corán, Corão, Santo Corão, Alcorão, O Nobre Alcorão, L'Alcorà, Al Corão, Quran Naofa, Koran Naofa, Santo Corano, Svētais Korāns, Korāns, Suci Al-Quran, Thánh Kinh Qur'an, Thánh kinh Koran, Quran Sanctaidd, Sanctaidd Koran, Sanctaidd Coran, Kureu’an, Die Koran, De Koran, Korana, Alcorán, Al corán, Alcoran, L' Alcorán, L' Alcoran, L'Alcoran, Y Coran, El Corán, Al Qur'ān, Al Karīm, Dëgjo Kuran, Degjo Kur'an, Hikmat-e-Quran, Hikmat-e-Koran, Quran Sharif, Quran Shareef, Quran Kareem, Quran kariim, Quran Kerim, Quran Karem, Quran Karim, Quraan Sharif, Quraan Shareef, Quraan Kareem, Quraan Karem, Quraan Karim, Al-Qur’ān al-Karīm, Al-Quran-Karīm, Al-Quran-Karim, Al-Quran-Karem, Al-Quran-Kareem, Alqur’aana, Al Qur'aana, Quron, Qur’on, Kuran Sharif, Kuran Shareef, Kuran Kareem, Kuran Karem, Kuran Karim, Kuran Kerim, Kuraan, kur\'aan, Kuraan Sharif, Kuraan Shareef, Kuraan Kareem, Kuraan Karem, Kuraan Kerim, Kuraan Karim, Koran Sharif, Koran Shareef, Koran Kareem, Koran Karem, Koran Karim, Koran Kerim, Koran kariim, Koraan, Koraan Karim, Koraan Kareem, Koraan Karem, Koraan Karim, Koraan Kerim, Koaran, De Koaran, Da Holly Koaran, Koraanin, Ar C’horan, C’horan, Korano, La Korano, Alcoranus, Alchoranus,  Coranus, Coron, Alcoron, The Coron, Curanu, The Curan, Lu Curanu, Ang Koran, Ang-Koran, Ang-Quran, Ang Kuran, Ang-Kuran, Leqran, Qör'än, Alxuraan, Al Xuraan, Qurane, Qur'ane, Le Qur'ane, Qur'aane, Al Qur'aane, Le Qur'aane, The Qur'aane, Al Qurane, Al-Qurane, L' Qurane, AL' Quran, AL'Quran, The Quran, Coran, Al-Coran, Al Coran, The Koran, Al-Koran, Al Koran, Koran, Koran, Koran Kareem, Koran Karem, Kuran, Al-Kuran, The Kuran, Quraan, Al-Quraan, The Quraan, Qur’an, The Qur'an, Al-Qur'an, Al Qur'an,  Qur’ān,  The Qur’ān,  Al-Qur’ān, Al Qur’ān, Yang Quran, Yang Al-Quran,  Yang Al Quran, Yang-Quran, Yang Coran,  Yang-Coran, Yang Al-Coran, Yang Al Coran, Yang Koran,  Yang-Koran, Yang Al Koran, Yang Koran Kareem, Yang Koran Karim, Yang-Koran Kareem, Yang Koran Karem, Yang-Koran Karem, Yang-Koran Karim, Yang Kuran, Yang-Kuran, Yang Al-Kuran, Yang Quraan, Yang-Quraan, Yang Al-Quraan, Yang Qur'an, Yang-Qur'an, Yang Al-Qur'an, Yang Al Qur'an,  Yang Qur’ān, Yang Al-Qur’ān, Yang Al Qur’ān). 

Allaah protects His word. 

No one has the power to change the word of Allaah. 

If humans could change the word of Allaah in the Torah (Taurat) or the Gospel (Injil) or the Quran then no revelation could be trusted. 

04 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/god-protects-his-torah-gospel-and-quran    

04A Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allah-protects-his-taurat-injil-and-quran   

04B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allaah-protects-his-taurat-injil-and-quran  

 

See 8. Jewish Christian Muslim interfaith dialogue.

The key to Jewish Muslim Christian interfaith dialogue.

The key to Muslim Jewish Christian inter faith dialogue.

302 English https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/jewish-christian-muslim-interfaith-dialogue  

302A Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/jewish-muslim-christian-interfaith-dialogue  

302B Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/muslim-jewish-christian-inter-faith-dialogue


\See 9. Gospel of Mark https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-mark-1-5    

 

See 10. Gospel of Matthew https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-matthew-1-7      

 

See 11. Gospel of Luke https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-377-signs-of-prophet-muhammad-in-the-gospel-of-luke    

 

See 12Gospel of John https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-1-3   

 

 

 

 

INDEX:

Prophet Elijah (Eelis, Elia, Elia’s, Elias, Éliás, Elías, Eliáš, Eliasz, Élie, Elijáš, Elis, Eliyahu, Eliyyahu, Eljas, Helias, Ilia, Ilias, Ilie, Illès, Ilija, Iliya, ilyas, Iliyas, Iliyās, Illès, Ilya, Líggjas).

Hadhrat Elijah (Eelis, Elia, Elia’s, Elias, Éliás, Elías, Eliáš, Eliasz, Élie, Elijáš, Elis, Eliyahu, Eliyyahu, Eljas, Helias, Ilia, Ilias, Ilie, Illès, Ilija, Iliya, ilyas, Iliyas, Iliyās, Illès, Ilya, Líggjas).

Hadrat Elijah (Eelis, Elia, Elia’s, Elias, Éliás, Elías, Eliáš, Eliasz, Élie, Elijáš, Elis, Eliyahu, Eliyyahu, Eljas, Helias, Ilia, Ilias, Ilie, Illès, Ilija, Iliya, ilyas, Iliyas, Iliyās, Illès, Ilya, Líggjas).

Hazrat Elijah (Eelis, Elia, Elia’s, Elias, Éliás, Elías, Eliáš, Eliasz, Élie, Elijáš, Elis, Eliyahu, Eliyyahu, Eljas, Helias, Ilia, Ilias, Ilie, Illès, Ilija, Iliya, ilyas, Iliyas, Iliyās, Illès, Ilya, Líggjas).

Prophet Elisha (Alyasa, Al-Yasa’a, Al-Yasa’, Al-Yasha, Eliseus, Elyas, Elyasa’).

Hadhrat Elisha (Alyasa, Al-Yasa’a, Al-Yasa’, Al-Yasha, Eliseus, Elyas, Elyasa’).

Hadrat Elisha (Alyasa, Al-Yasa’a, Al-Yasa’, Al-Yasha, Eliseus, Elyas, Elyasa’).

Hazrat Elisha (Alyasa, Al-Yasa’a, Al-Yasa’, Al-Yasha, Eliseus, Elyas, Elyasa’).

 

 

 

 

Interpretations of the Quran (Al-Quran, Al Quran, Koran) and the Jewish Hebrew Bible.

 

Islam and the Quran chapter (sura, surah, surat), chapters (suras, surahs), verse (ayaah, aya, ayah), verses (ayaas, ayaat, ayas, ayat), analysis, annotation, clarification, comment, commentary, elucidation, examination, explanation, foot note, interpretation, investigation, note, observation, remark, study, understanding, analyses, annotations, clarifications, comments, commentaries, elucidations, examinations, explanations, foot notes, interpretations, investigations, notes, observations, remarks, studies, understandings of Islam and the Quran (The Coran, Al-Coran, Al Coran, The Koran, Al-Koran, Al Koran, The Quran, Al Quran, Al-Quran, The Qur'an, Al-Qur'an, Al Qur'an, The Qur’ān, Al-Qur’ān, Al Qur’ān).

 

This is an interpretation of some of the meanings in the Quran. 
This is not a perfect translation of the Quran because the Quran is in the Arabic language. 
The Arabic language in the Quran must be understood as it was understood over 1400 years ago. 
Allaah guides who He wills to the correct understanding of the Quran. 
In the English language the word Allaah is God. 
Allaah (God) is the creator of the Jews, Christians, Muslims and everyone and everything that exists. 

 

 

 

Forgive me for my errors, misinterpretations, misunderstands and omissions.

Corrections and Questions are welcome and can be emailed to somaliahamradio@yahoo.com

 

 

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