320a. The Taurat, Injil and Quran united - Part 3. Haman is the same in the Taurat and Quran.


                                                                           Updated. 
                                                               5 April 2018 (1439 AH).

 


INDEX:

Is Haman the same in the Torah and Quran?

Is Haamaan the same in the Torah and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Torah and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Torah and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Torah and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Torah and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Torah and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Torah and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Torah and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Torah and Quran?

Is Haman the same in the Torah and Koran?

Is Haamaan the same in the Torah and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Torah and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Torah and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Torah and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Torah and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Torah and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Torah and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Torah and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Torah and Koran?

Is Haman different in the Torah and Quran?

Is Haamaan different in the Torah and Quran?
Is Hamaan 
different in the Torah and Quran?
Is Ham'an 
different in the Torah and Quran?
Is Hamman 
different in the Torah and Quran?
Is Aman 
different in the Torah and Quran?
Is Ham'an 
different in the Torah and Quran?
Is Hâmân 
different in the Torah and Quran?
Is Hamann 
different in the Torah and Quran?
Is Hamã 
different in the Torah and Quran?

Is Haman different in the Torah and Koran?

Is Haamaan different in the Torah and Koran?
Is Hamaan 
different in the Torah and Koran?
Is Ham'an 
different in the Torah and Koran?
Is Hamman 
different in the Torah and Koran?
Is Aman 
different in the Torah and Koran?
Is Ham'an 
different in the Torah and Koran?
Is Hâmân 
different in the Torah and Koran?
Is Hamann 
different in the Torah and Koran?
Is Hamã 
different in the Torah and Koran?

Is Haman the same in the Taurat and Quran?

Is Haamaan the same in the Taurat and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Taurat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Taurat and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Taurat and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Taurat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Taurat and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Taurat and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Taurat and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Taurat and Quran?

Is Haman the same in the Taurat and Koran?

Is Haamaan the same in the Taurat and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Taurat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Taurat and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Taurat and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Taurat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Taurat and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Taurat and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Taurat and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Taurat and Koran?

Is Haman different in the Taurat and Quran?

Is Haamaan different in the Taurat and Quran?
Is Hamaan 
different in the Taurat and Quran?
Is Ham'an 
different in the Taurat and Quran?
Is Hamman 
different in the Taurat and Quran?
Is Aman 
different in the Taurat and Quran?
Is Ham'an 
different in the Taurat and Quran?
Is Hâmân 
different in the Taurat and Quran?
Is Hamann 
different in the Taurat and Quran?
Is Hamã 
different in the Taurat and Quran?

Is Haman different in the Taurat and Koran?

Is Haamaan different in the Taurat and Koran?
Is Hamaan 
different in the Taurat and Koran?
Is Ham'an 
different in the Taurat and Koran?
Is Hamman 
different in the Taurat and Koran?
Is Aman 
different in the Taurat and Koran?
Is Ham'an 
different in the Taurat and Koran?
Is Hâmân 
different in the Taurat and Koran?
Is Hamann 
different in the Taurat and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the Taurat and Koran?
Is Haman the same in the Taura and Quran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the Taura and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the Taura and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the Taura and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the Taura and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the Taura and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the Taura and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the Taura and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the Taura and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the Taura and Quran?
Is Haman the same in the Taura and Koran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the Taura and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the Taura and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the Taura and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the Taura and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the Taura and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the Taura and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the Taura and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the Taura and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the Taura and Koran?
Is Haman different in the Taura and Quran? 
Is Haamaan different in the Taura and Quran?
Is Hamaan different in the Taura and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the Taura and Quran?
Is Hamman different in the Taura and Quran?
Is Aman different in the Taura and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the Taura and Quran?
Is Hâmân different in the Taura and Quran?
Is Hamann different in the Taura and Quran?
Is Hamã different in the Taura and Quran?
Is Haman different in the Taura and Koran? 
Is Haamaan different in the Taura and Koran?
Is Hamaan different in the Taura and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the Taura and Koran?
Is Hamman different in the Taura and Koran?
Is Aman different in the Taura and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the Taura and Koran?
Is Hâmân different in the Taura and Koran?
Is Hamann different in the Taura and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the Taura and Koran?
Is Haman the same in the Tauraah and Quran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Tauraah and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Tauraah and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tauraah and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Tauraah and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Tauraah and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tauraah and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Tauraah and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Tauraah and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Tauraah and Quran?
Is Haman the same in the 
Tauraah and Koran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Tauraah and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Tauraah and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tauraah and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Tauraah and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Tauraah and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tauraah and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Tauraah and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Tauraah and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Tauraah and Koran?
Is Haman different in the Tauraah and Quran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Tauraah and Quran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Tauraah and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tauraah and Quran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Tauraah and Quran?
Is Aman different in the 
Tauraah and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tauraah and Quran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Tauraah and Quran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Tauraah and Quran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Tauraah and Quran?
Is Haman different in the 
Tauraah and Koran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Tauraah and Koran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Tauraah and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tauraah and Koran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Tauraah and Koran?
Is Aman different in the 
Tauraah and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tauraah and Koran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Tauraah and Koran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Tauraah and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Tauraah and Koran?
Is Haman the same in the Taurah and Quran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Taurah and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Taurah and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Taurah and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Taurah and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Taurah and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Taurah and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Taurah and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Taurah and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Taurah and Quran?
Is Haman the same in the 
Taurah and Koran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Taurah and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Taurah and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Taurah and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Taurah and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Taurah and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Taurah and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Taurah and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Taurah and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Taurah and Koran?
Is Haman different in the Taurah and Quran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Taurah and Quran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Taurah and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Taurah and Quran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Taurah and Quran?
Is Aman different in the 
Taurah and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Taurah and Quran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Taurah and Quran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Taurah and Quran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Taurah and Quran?
Is Haman different in the 
Taurah and Koran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Taurah and Koran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Taurah and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Taurah and Koran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Taurah and Koran?
Is Aman different in the 
Taurah and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Taurah and Koran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Taurah and Koran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Taurah and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Taurah and Koran?
Is Haman the same in the Tauraat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Tauraat and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Tauraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tauraat and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Tauraat and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Tauraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tauraat and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Tauraat and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Tauraat and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Tauraat and Quran?
Is Haman the same in the 
Tauraat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Tauraat and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Tauraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tauraat and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Tauraat and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Tauraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tauraat and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Tauraat and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Tauraat and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Tauraat and Koran?
Is Haman different in the Tauraat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Tauraat and Quran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Tauraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tauraat and Quran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Tauraat and Quran?
Is Aman different in the 
Tauraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tauraat and Quran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Tauraat and Quran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Tauraat and Quran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Tauraat and Quran?
Is Haman different in the 
Tauraat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Tauraat and Koran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Tauraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tauraat and Koran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Tauraat and Koran?
Is Aman different in the 
Tauraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tauraat and Koran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Tauraat and Koran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Tauraat and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Tauraat and Koran?
Is Haman the same in the Tavraat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Tavraat and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Tavraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tavraat and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Tavraat and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Tavraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tavraat and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Tavraat and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Tavraat and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Tavraat and Quran?
Is Haman the same in the 
Tavraat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Tavraat and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Tavraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tavraat and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Tavraat and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Tavraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tavraat and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Tavraat and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Tavraat and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Tavraat and Koran?
Is Haman different in the Tavraat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Tavraat and Quran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Tavraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tavraat and Quran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Tavraat and Quran?
Is Aman different in the 
Tavraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tavraat and Quran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Tavraat and Quran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Tavraat and Quran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Tavraat and Quran?
Is Haman different in the 
Tavraat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Tavraat and Koran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Tavraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tavraat and Koran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Tavraat and Koran?
Is Aman different in the 
Tavraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tavraat and Koran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Tavraat and Koran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Tavraat and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Tavraat and Koran?
Is Haman the same in the Tavrat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Tavrat and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Tavrat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tavrat and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Tavrat and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Tavrat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tavrat and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Tavrat and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Tavrat and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Tavrat and Quran?
Is Haman the same in the 
Tavrat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Tavrat and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Tavrat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tavrat and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Tavrat and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Tavrat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tavrat and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Tavrat and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Tavrat and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Tavrat and Koran?
Is Haman different in the Tavrat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Tavrat and Quran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Tavrat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tavrat and Quran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Tavrat and Quran?
Is Aman different in the 
Tavrat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tavrat and Quran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Tavrat and Quran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Tavrat and Quran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Tavrat and Quran?
Is Haman different in the 
Tavrat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Tavrat and Koran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Tavrat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tavrat  and Koran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Tavrat and Koran?
Is Aman different in the 
Tavrat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tavrat and Koran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Tavrat and Koran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Tavrat and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Tavrat and Koran?
Is Haman the same in the Tawraah and Quran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Tawraah and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Tawraah and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tawraah and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Tawraah and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Tawraah and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tawraah and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Tawraah and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Tawraah and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Tawraah and Quran?
Is Haman the same in the 
Tawraah and Koran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Tawraah and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Tawraah and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tawraah and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Tawraah and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Tawraah and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tawraah and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Tawraah and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Tawraah and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Tawraah and Koran?
Is Haman different in the Tawraah and Quran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Tawraah and Quran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Tawraah and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tawraah and Quran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Tawraah and Quran?
Is Aman different in the 
Tawraah and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tawraah  and Quran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Tawraah and Quran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Tawraah and Quran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Tawraah and Quran?
Is Haman different in the 
Tawraah and Koran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Tawraah and Koran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Tawraah and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tawraah and Koran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Tawraah and Koran?
Is Aman different in the 
Tawraah and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tawraah and Koran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Tawraah and Koran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Tawraah and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Tawraah and Koran?
Is Haman the same in the Tawraat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Tawraat and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Tawraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tawraat and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Tawraat and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Tawraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tawraat and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Tawraat and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Tawraat and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Tawraat and Quran?
Is Haman the same in the 
Tawraat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Tawraat and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Tawraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tawraat and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Tawraat and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Tawraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tawraat and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Tawraat and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Tawraat and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Tawraat and Koran?
Is Haman different in the Tawraat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Tawraat and Quran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Tawraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tawraat and Quran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Tawraat and Quran?
Is Aman different in the 
Tawraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tawraat and Quran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Tawraat and Quran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Tawraat and Quran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Tawraat and Quran?
Is Haman different in the 
Tawraat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Tawraat and Koran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Tawraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tawraat and Koran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Tawraat and Koran?
Is Aman different in the 
Tawraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tawraat and Koran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Tawraat and Koran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Tawraat and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Tawraat and Koran?
Is Haman the same in the Tawrah and Quran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Tawrah and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Tawrah and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tawrah and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Tawrah and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Tawrah and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tawrah and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Tawrah and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Tawrah and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Tawrah and Quran?
Is Haman the same in the 
Tawrah and Koran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Tawrah and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Tawrah and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tawrah and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Tawrah and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Tawrah and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tawrah and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Tawrah and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Tawrah and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Tawrah and Koran?
Is Haman different in the Tawrah and Quran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Tawrah and Quran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Tawrah and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tawrah and Quran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Tawrah and Quran?
Is Aman different in the 
Tawrah and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tawrah and Quran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Tawrah and Quran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Tawrah and Quran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Tawrah and Quran?
Is Haman different in the 
Tawrah  and Koran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Tawrah and Koran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Tawrah and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tawrah and Koran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Tawrah and Koran?
Is Aman different in the 
Tawrah and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tawrah and Koran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Tawrah and Koran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Tawrah and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Tawrah and Koran?
Is Haman the same in the Tawrat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Tawrat and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Tawrat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tawrat and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Tawrat and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Tawrat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tawrat and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Tawrat and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Tawrat and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Tawrat and Quran?
Is Haman the same in the 
Tawrat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Tawrat and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Tawrat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tawrat and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Tawrat and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Tawrat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tawrat and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Tawrat and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Tawrat and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Tawrat and Koran?
Is Haman different in the Tawrat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Tawrat and Quran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Tawrat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tawrat and Quran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Tawrat and Quran?
Is Aman different in the 
Tawrat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tawrat and Quran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Tawrat and Quran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Tawrat and Quran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Tawrat and Quran?
Is Haman different in the 
Tawrat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Tawrat and Koran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Tawrat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tawrat and Koran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Tawrat and Koran?
Is Aman different in the 
Tawrat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tawrat and Koran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Tawrat and Koran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Tawrat and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Tawrat and Koran?
Is Haman the same in the Thora and Quran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Thora and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Thora and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Thora and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Thora and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Thora and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Thora and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Thora and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Thora and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Thora and Quran?
Is Haman the same in the 
Thora and Koran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Thora and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Thora and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Thora and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Thora and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Thora and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Thora and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Thora and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Thora and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Thora and Koran?
Is Haman different in the Thora and Quran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Thora and Quran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Thora and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Thora and Quran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Thora and Quran?
Is Aman different in the 
Thora and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Thora and Quran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Thora and Quran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Thora and Quran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Thora and Quran?
Is Haman different in the 
Thora and Koran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Thora and Koran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Thora and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Thora and Koran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Thora and Koran?
Is Aman different in the 
Thora and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Thora and Koran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Thora and Koran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Thora and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Thora and Koran?
Is Haman the same in the Tooraat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Tooraat and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Tooraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tooraat and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Tooraat and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Tooraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tooraat and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Tooraat and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Tooraat and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Tooraat and Quran?
Is Haman the same in the 
Tooraat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Tooraat and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Tooraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tooraat and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Tooraat and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Tooraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tooraat and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Tooraat and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Tooraat and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Tooraat and Koran?
Is Haman different in the Tooraat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Tooraat and Quran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Tooraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tooraat and Quran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Tooraat and Quran?
Is Aman different in the 
Tooraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tooraat and Quran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Tooraat and Quran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Tooraat and Quran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Tooraat and Quran?
Is Haman different in the 
Tooraat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Tooraat and Koran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Tooraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tooraat and Koran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Tooraat and Koran?
Is Aman different in the 
Tooraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tooraat and Koran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Tooraat and Koran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Tooraat and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Tooraat and Koran?
Is Haman the same in the Toorah and Quran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Toorah and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Toorah and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Toorah and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Toorah and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Toorah and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Toorah and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Toorah and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Toorah and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Toorah and Quran?
Is Haman the same in the 
Toorah and Koran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Toorah and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Toorah and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Toorah and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Toorah and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Toorah and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Toorah and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Toorah and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Toorah and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Toorah and Koran?
Is Haman different in the Toorah and Quran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Toorah and Quran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Toorah and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Toorah and Quran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Toorah  and Quran?
Is Aman different in the 
Toorah and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Toorah and Quran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Toorah and Quran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Toorah and Quran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Toorah  and Quran?
Is Haman different in the 
Toorah and Koran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Toorah and Koran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Toorah and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Toorah and Koran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Toorah and Koran?
Is Aman different in the 
Toorah and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Toorah and Koran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Toorah and Koran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Toorah and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Toorah and Koran?
Is Haman the same in the Toorat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Toorat and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Toorat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Toorat and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Toorat and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Toorat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Toorat  and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Toorat  and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Toorat  and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Toorat and Quran?
Is Haman the same in the 
Toorat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Toorat and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Toorat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Toorat and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Toorat and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Toorat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Toorat and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Toorat and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Toorat and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Toorat and Koran?
Is Haman different in the Toorat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Toorat and Quran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Toorat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Toorat and Quran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Toorat and Quran?
Is Aman different in the 
Toorat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Toorat and Quran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Toorat and Quran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Toorat and Quran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Toorat and Quran?
Is Haman different in the 
Toorat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Toorat and Koran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Toorat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Toorat and Koran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Toorat and Koran?
Is Aman different in the 
Toorat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Toorat and Koran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Toorat and Koran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Toorat and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Toorat and Koran?
Is Haman the same in the Tora and Quran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Tora and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Tora and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tora and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Tora and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Tora and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tora and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Tora and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Tora and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Tora and Quran?
Is Haman the same in the 
Tora and Koran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Tora and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Tora and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tora and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Tora and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Tora and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tora and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Tora and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Tora and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Tora and Koran?
Is Haman different in the Tora and Quran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Tora and Quran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Tora and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tora and Quran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Tora and Quran?
Is Aman different in the 
Tora and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tora and Quran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Tora and Quran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Tora and Quran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Tora and Quran?
Is Haman different in the 
Tora and Koran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Tora and Koran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Tora and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tora and Koran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Tora and Koran?
Is Aman different in the 
Tora and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tora and Koran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Tora and Koran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Tora and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Tora and Koran?
Is Haman the same in the Torá and Quran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Torá and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Torá and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Torá and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Torá and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Torá and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Torá and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Torá and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Torá and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Torá and Quran?
Is Haman the same in the 
Torá and Koran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Torá and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Torá and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Torá and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Torá and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Torá and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Torá and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Torá and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Torá and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Torá and Koran?
Is Haman different in the Torá and Quran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Torá and Quran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Torá and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Torá and Quran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Torá and Quran?
Is Aman different in the 
Torá and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Torá and Quran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Torá and Quran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Torá and Quran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Torá and Quran?
Is Haman different in the 
Torá and Koran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Torá and Koran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Torá and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Torá and Koran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Torá and Koran?
Is Aman different in the 
Torá and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Torá and Koran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Torá and Koran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Torá and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Torá and Koran?
Is Haman the same in the Toraat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Toraat and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Toraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Toraat and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Toraat and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Toraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Toraat and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Toraat and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Toraat and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Toraat and Quran?
Is Haman the same in the 
Toraat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Toraat and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Toraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Toraat and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Toraat and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Toraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Toraat and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Toraat and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Toraat and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Toraat and Koran?
Is Haman different in the Toraat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Toraat and Quran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Toraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Toraat and Quran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Toraat and Quran?
Is Aman different in the 
Toraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Toraat  and Quran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Toraat and Quran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Toraat and Quran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Toraat and Quran?
Is Haman different in the 
Toraat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Toraat and Koran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Toraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Toraat and Koran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Toraat and Koran?
Is Aman different in the 
Toraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Toraat and Koran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Toraat and Koran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Toraat and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Toraat and Koran?
Is Haman the same in the Torat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Torat and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Torat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Torat and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Torat and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Torat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Torat and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Torat and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Torat and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Torat and Quran?
Is Haman the same in the 
Torat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Torat and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Torat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Torat and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Torat and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Torat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Torat and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Torat and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Torat and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Torat and Koran?
Is Haman different in the Torat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Torat and Quran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Torat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Torat and Quran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Torat and Quran?
Is Aman different in the 
Torat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Torat and Quran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Torat and Quran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Torat Quran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Torat and Quran?
Is Haman different in the 
Torat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Torat and Koran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Torat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Torat and Koran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Torat and Koran?
Is Aman different in the 
Torat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Torat and Koran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Torat and Koran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Torat and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Torat and Koran?
Is Haman the same in the Tourat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Tourat and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Tourat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tourat and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Tourat and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Tourat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tourat and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Tourat and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Tourat and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Tourat and Quran?
Is Haman the same in the 
Tourat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Tourat and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Tourat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tourat and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Tourat and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Tourat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Tourat and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Tourat and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Tourat and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Tourat and Koran?
Is Haman different in the Tourat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Tourat and Quran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Tourat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tourat and Quran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Tourat and Quran?
Is Aman different in the 
Tourat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tourat and Quran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Tourat and Quran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Tourat and Quran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Tourat and Quran?
Is Haman different in the 
Tourat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Tourat and Koran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Tourat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Tourat and Koran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Tourat and Koran?
Is Aman different in the 
Tourat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the Tourat and Koran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Tourat and Koran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Tourat and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Tourat and Koran?
Is Haman the same in the Towraat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Towraat and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Towraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Towraat and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Towraat and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Towraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Towraat and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Towraat and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Towraat and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Towraat and Quran?
Is Haman the same in the 
Towraat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Towraat and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Towraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Towraat and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Towraat and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Towraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Towraat and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Towraat and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Towraat and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Towraat and Koran?
Is Haman different in the Towraat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Towraat and Quran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Towraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Towraat and Quran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Towraat and Quran?
Is Aman different in the 
Towraat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Towraat and Quran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Towraat and Quran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Towraat and Quran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Towraat and Quran?
Is Haman different in the 
Towraat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Towraat and Koran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Towraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Towraat and Koran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Towraat and Koran?
Is Aman different in the 
Towraat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the Towraat and Koran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Towraat and Koran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Towraat and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Towraat and Koran?
Is Haman the same in the Towrat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Towrat and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Towrat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Towrat and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Towrat and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Towrat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Towrat and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Towrat and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Towrat and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Towrat and Quran?
Is Haman the same in the 
Towrat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Towrat and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Towrat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Towrat and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Towrat and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Towrat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Towrat and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Towrat and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Towrat  and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Towrat and Koran?
Is Haman different in the Towrat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Towrat and Quran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Towrat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Towrat and Quran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Towrat and Quran?
Is Aman different in the 
Towrat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Towrat and Quran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Towrat and Quran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Towrat and Quran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Towrat and Quran?
Is Haman different in the 
Towrat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Towrat and Koran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Towrat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Towrat and Koran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Towrat and Koran?
Is Aman different in the 
Towrat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the Towrat and Koran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Towrat and Koran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Towrat and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Towrat and Koran?
Is Haman the same in the Turat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Turat and Quran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Turat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Turat and Quran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Turat and Quran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Turat and Quran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Turat and Quran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Turat and Quran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Turat and Quran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Turat and Quran?
Is Haman the same in the 
Turat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan the same in the 
Turat and Koran?
Is Hamaan the same in the 
Turat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Turat and Koran?
Is Hamman the same in the 
Turat and Koran?
Is Aman the same in the 
Turat and Koran?
Is Ham'an the same in the 
Turat and Koran?
Is Hâmân the same in the 
Turat and Koran?
Is Hamann the same in the 
Turat and Koran?
Is Hamã the same in the 
Turat and Koran?
Is Haman different in the Turat and Quran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Turat and Quran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Turat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Turat and Quran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Turat and Quran?
Is Aman different in the 
Turat and Quran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Turat and Quran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Turat and Quran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Turat and Quran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Turat and Quran?
Is Haman different in the 
Turat and Koran? 
Is Haamaan different in the 
Turat and Koran?
Is Hamaan different in the 
Turat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the 
Turat and Koran?
Is Hamman different in the 
Turat and Koran?
Is Aman different in the 
Turat and Koran?
Is Ham'an different in the Turat and Koran?
Is Hâmân different in the 
Turat and Koran?
Is Hamann different in the 
Turat and Koran?
Is Hamã different in the 
Turat and Koran?



Introduction.

The Pharaoh Firon in the time of Prophet Moses Musa cut big blocks of stone to built the pyramid in Egypt and this was well known 1400 years ago and today so what is the meaning of "light a fire for me O Haman to make clay bricks to build a tower" mean in Quran 28:38?

Quran 28:38 Ayah 28:38 Pharaoh Firon (the king of Egypt around 1847 – 1842 BH, 1225 BCE – 1220 BCE, 1225 BC – 1220 BC cut stone blocks to make pyramids) said, "O Chiefs, I do not know of any Allah for you but myself so, light for me O Haman (representing the Prime Minister to King Ahasuerus in Persia today Iran who came after the time of the Pharaoh Firon around 1026 BH, 404 BCE, 404 BC, “a fire of disbelief in Allah”on the clay (baked bricks in the furnace) and make for me a high tower (representing the tower of Babel, the tower of Babylon which was built by the people in Babylon today in Iraq in 2612 BH 1990 BCE 1990 BC before the time of the Pharaoh Firon) so that I can have a look at the Allah of Prophet Moses Musa but I think he (Prophet Moses Musa) is lying (like the people in Babylon believed Allah was a lie before the time of the Pharaoh Firon and like Haman believed Allah was a lie after the time of the Pharaoh Firon because the people in Babylon and Haman did not believe that anyone was greater than themselves. The people of the clay bricked tower of Babylon today in Iraq and the Pharaoh Firon in Egypt and Haman in Persia today in Iran are brought together to show how disbelief is passed and strengthen from generation to generation)."


The story of Haman in the Jewish Hebrew Bible Book of Esther is confirmed by Quran 3:3, Quran 12:111, Quran 26:196 and Quran 41:43. 
Quran 3:3 Ayah 3:3 He (Allah) revealed to you (Prophet Muhammad) the Book (the Quran) of truth confirming what came before it (in the Torah Taurat and in the Gospel Injil), and He (Allahrevealed the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil.  

Note 1. The Quran confirms the story of Haman in the Jewish Hebrew Bible Book of Esther.

Quran 12:111 
Ayah 12:111 "... It (the Quran) is not an invented story but it is a confirmation of what came before it (in the Scriptures of the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil) ..." 
Note 1. The Quran confirms the story of Haman in the Jewish Hebrew Bible Book of Esther.

Quran 26:196 
Ayah 26:196 It (the revelations from Allah in the Quran) is (also) in the Scriptures of the people of the past (in the Torah Taurat that is with the Jews and in the Gospel Injil that is with the Christians). 
Note 1. The Quran confirms the story of Haman in the Jewish Hebrew Bible Book of Esther.

Quran 41:43 
Ayah 41:43 Nothing is said (by Allahto you (Prophet Muhammad) except what has already been said to the messengers before you. Your Lord (Allahis the possessor of forgiveness and severe punishment. 
Note 1. The Quran confirms the story of Haman in the Jewish Hebrew Bible Book of Esther. 



Torah Genesis 11:1 And the whole earth was of one language and of one speech. 
Torah Genesis 11:2 And it came to pass, as they journeyed east, that they found a plain in the land of Shinar (the plain of Babylon today in Iraq); and they lived there.
Torah Genesis 11:3 And they said one to another: 'Come, let us make brick, and burn them thoroughly.' And they had brick for stone, and slime they had for mortar.
Torah Genesis 11:4 And they said: 'Come, let us build us a city, and a tower with its top in heaven …” 
Note 1. In Quran 28:38 Haman who lived after the time of the Pharaoh is told to use bricks made in a fire to build a tower to see heaven and Torah Genesis 11:3 – 11:4 is the building of a tower to heaven using bricks made in a fire before the time of the Pharaoh Firon and before the time of Haman and before the time of Prophet Moses Musa. 
Note 2. The literary technique in the Quran of comparing the evil of the Pharaoh Firon and Haman who lived in different times and in different places can be compared to the 14 letters at the beginning of 29 chapters in the Quran which use another literary technique. 
Note 3. Quran 3:3, Quran 12:111, Quran 26:196 and Quran 41:43 confirm Haman in the Hebrew Bible and in the Quran is the same Haman. 

Jewish Hebrew Bible Esther 3:1 After these things King Ahasuerus promoted Haman the son of Hammedatha the Agagite, and advanced him, and made his position to be above all the princes that were with him. 
Note 1. In Quran 28:6 and Quran 28:8 Haman is second in authority compared to the Pharaoh in Egypt and in Hebrew Bible Esther 3:1 and Esther 5:11 Haman is second in authority to King Ahasuerus in Persia. 
Note 2. The literary technique in the Quran of comparing the evil of the Pharaoh Firon and Haman who lived in different times and in different places can be compared to the 14 letters at the beginning of 29 chapters in the Quran which use another literary technique. 
Note 3. Quran 3:3, Quran 12:111, Quran 26:196 and Quran 41:43 confirm Haman in the Hebrew Bible and in the Quran is the same Haman. 

Esther 3:5 And when Haman saw that Mordecai did not bow down nor prostrated himself in front of him, Haman was filled with anger
Esther 3:6 But it seemed contemptible in his eyes to lay hands on Mordecai alone; for they had told him the people of Mordecai (were the children of Israel); so Haman sought to destroy all the Jews that were throughout the whole kingdom of King Ahasuerus, that are the people of Mordecai (who were the children of Israel). 
Note 1. In Quran 28:6 and Hebrew Bible Esther 3:5 – 3:6 Haman wants to destroy the Jewish people when Haman feels humiliation from the children of Israel because they bow down and prostrate only to Allah and not to him. 
Note 2. In the Quran and in the Torah the Pharaoh Firon orders the killing of every Jewish male baby born in Egypt and takes his Army against the children of Israel whom he allowed to leave Egypt and later in history in the Hebrew Bible Book of Esther Haman plans to kill all Jewish people in Persia. 
Note 3. The literary technique in the Quran of comparing the evil of the Pharaoh Firon and Haman who lived in different times and in different places can be compared to the 14 letters at the beginning of 29 chapters in the Quran which use another literary technique. 
Note 4. Quran 3:3, Quran 12:111, Quran 26:196 and Quran 41:43 confirm Haman in the Hebrew Bible and in the Quran is the same Haman.  

Esther 5:11 And Haman told them about the glory of his wealth, and his many children, and all the ways the king (King Ahasuerus) had promoted him, and how he (King Ahasuerus) had made him to be above all the princes and servants of the king. 
Note 1. In Quran 29:39 and Hebrew Bible Esther 5:11 Haman is among the boastful arrogant. 
Note 2. The Quran and the Torah warn against arrogance through the story of the Pharaoh Firon and Haman and Korah Qarun. 
Note 3. The literary technique in the Quran of comparing the evil of the Pharaoh Firon and Haman who lived in different times and in different places can be compared to the 14 letters at the beginning of 29 chapters in the Quran which use another literary technique. 
Note 4. Quran 3:3, Quran 12:111, Quran 26:196 and Quran 41:43 confirm Haman in the Hebrew Bible and in the Quran is the same Haman. 

Esther 5:14 Then Zeresh his wife and all his friends said to him (Haman): “Let a gallows be made fifty cubits (seventy five feet) in height (so that everyone can see it), and in the morning ask the king to have Mordecai hanged on it; then go happily with the king to the banquet.” And this pleased Haman and he caused the gallows to be made. 
Note 1. In the Quran 28:38 and Quran 40:36 Haman is told to build a high tower and in Hebrew Bible Esther 5:14 Haman is told to build high gallows. 
Note 2. The literary technique in the Quran of comparing the evil of the Pharaoh Firon and Haman who lived in different times and in different places can be compared to the 14 letters at the beginning of 29 chapters in the Quran which use another literary technique. 
Note 3. Quran 3:3, Quran 12:111, Quran 26:196 and Quran 41:43 confirm Haman in the Hebrew Bible and in the Quran is the same Haman.



PART A. Haman is the same person in the Torah and Quran.

1. No one can alter what Allah has created means:

Haman is the same person in the Torah and the Quran.

“… That is the right religion (belief), but most people do not know (this) (Quran 30:30).

 

 

1. What is the proof that Allah does not exist.

If humans changed the Torah, Gospel or Quran it proves that Allah does not exist because Allah did not protect His word in His Holy Books.

For example if the Torah Taurat says Haman was the arrogant Prime Minister to King Ahasuerus in Persia today Iran and the Koran Quran said Haman was the arrogant assistant to the Pharaoh Firon in Egypt then that would be proof that Allah does not exist if it was an irreconcilable (incompatible, conflicting) diametrically opposed (completely opposite) contradiction (inconsistency, disagreement) between what the Torah Taurat says and what the Quran says because it would be proof that these words came from humans who had mixed up a story about a famous man. This would be proof that Allah did not protect His word and therefore Allah does not exist.

 

 

2. What is the proof that Allah exists.

Haman in the Torah Taurat is the same Haman in the Quran because no one can change the word of Allah (Quran 30:30) and because nothing was revealed to Prophet Muhammad except what had already been revealed to the messengers before him (Quran 41:43).


Quran 3:3 Ayah 3:3 He (Allah) revealed to you (Prophet Muhammadthe Book (the Quran) of truth confirming what came before it (in the Torah Taurat and in the Gospel Injil)and He (Allah) revealed the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil.

Note 1. Allah created the Jews, Christians and Muslims and gave to each peoples their divine laws.

 

Quran 41:43 Ayah 41:43 Nothing is said (by Allah) to you (Prophet Muhammad) except what has already been said to the messengers before you. Your Lord (Allah) is the possessor of forgiveness and severe punishment.

 

No one can alter what Allah has created (in religion, in the Torah, the Gospel and the Quran)That is the right religion (belief), but most people do not know (this) (Quran 30:30).

 

 

3. Why is the Haman story proof of the existence or non-existence of Allah?

 

1. The Quran confirms what came before it in the Torah Old Testament and the Gospel New Testament.

 

2. Allah revealed in the Torah Old Testament that Haman was among the arrogant in Persia today Iran.

 

3. If someone said Haman was among the arrogant in Egypt would anyone with a Torah Old Testament believe it? No they would not believe it because what Allah revealed before was different and no one can change the word of Allah.

 

Quran 3:3 Verse 3:3 He (Allah) revealed to you (Prophet Muhammadthe Book (the Quran) of truth confirming what came before it (in the Torah Taurat and in the Gospel Injil)and He (Allah) revealed the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil.

 

 

3A. The first key to correctly identify Haman is Korah Qarun.

Quran 40:23 Ayah 40:23 And We (Allah) sent Prophet Moses Musa with Our (Allah’s) revelations and a clear authority.

Quran 40:24 Ayah 40:24 To Pharaoh Firon (the King of Egypt) and Haman (the Prime Minister of Persia) and Korah Qarun (of the children of Israel in the Sinai Peninsula), but they (the Pharaoh Firon, Korah Qarun and Haman) said, “A (person who says that Allah is more important than us is a) fraud (a deceiver), a liar.”

 

In the Torah Taurat the first to die is the Pharaoh Firon in the Red Sea, later Korah Qarun is swallowed by the earth in the Sinai Peninsula and later still Haman is hanged on the gallows in Persia today Iran.

Those who have read all of Allah’s Books know that these 3 famous people lived at different times and in different locations.

The Pharaoh Firon, Korah Qarun and Haman believed they could do whatever they wanted to do.

The Pharaoh Firon, Korah Qarun and Haman represent the passing of arrogance from generation to generation.

This shows how when Muslims study the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil with the Quran only wisdom and knowledge come if Allah wills.

 

 

3B. The correct understanding of Haman in the Quran confirms what Allah revealed before in the Torah Taurat.

 

Quran 28:6 Ayah 28:6 And to establish them (the children of Israel) on the earth, and to show the Pharaoh Firon (the king of Egypt who wanted to destroy the Jewish people around 1847 – 1842 BH, 1225 BCE – 1220 BCE, 1225 BC – 1220 BC because the Jews prayed to Allah and not to the Pharaoh Fironand Haman (the Prime Minister to King Ahasuerus in Persia today Iran who wanted to destroy the Jewish people around 1026 BH, 404 BCE, 404 BC because one Jewish person refused to bow down and prostrate to Haman because the Jews bow down and prostrate only to Allah) and their soldiers what they (the Pharaoh Firon and Haman) feared (in humiliation) from them (the children of Israel, because the Jews refused to believe that the Pharaoh Firon and Haman were greater than Allah).

 

Quran 28:8 Ayah 28:8 And the family of the Pharaoh Firon (the king of Egypt) took him up (from the River Nile) so that he (baby Moses Musa) might become for them an enemy and a sorrow (for the Pharaoh Firon and his soldiers as Allah had ordained). The Pharaoh Firon (the king of Egypt around 1847 – 1842 BH, 1225 BCE – 1220 BCE, 1225 BC – 1220 BC wanted to destroy the Jewish people) and (like the Pharaoh Firon), Haman (the Prime Minister to King Ahasuerus in Persia today Iran wanted to destroy the Jewish people around 1026 BH, 404 BCE, 404 BC) and their (the Pharaoh’s and Haman’s) soldiers were men of sin.

 

Quran 28:38 Ayah 28:38 Pharaoh Firon (the king of Egypt around 1847 – 1842 BH, 1225 BCE – 1220 BCE, 1225 BC – 1220 BC cut stone blocks to make pyramids) said, "O Chiefs, I do not know of any Allah for you but myself so, light for me O Haman (representing the Prime Minister to King Ahasuerus in Persia today Iran who came after the time of the Pharaoh Firon around 1026 BH, 404 BCE, 404 BC, “a fire of disbelief in Allah”on the clay (baked bricks in the furnace) and make for me a high tower (representing the tower of Babel, the tower of Babylon which was built by the people in Babylon today in Iraq in 2612 BH 1990 BCE 1990 BC before the time of the Pharaoh Firon) so that I can have a look at the Allah of Prophet Moses Musa but I think he (Prophet Moses Musa) is lying (like the people in Babylon believed Allah was a lie before the time of the Pharaoh Firon and like Haman believed Allah was a lie after the time of the Pharaoh Firon because the people in Babylon and Haman did not believe that anyone was greater than themselves. The people of the clay bricked tower of Babylon today in Iraq and the Pharaoh Firon in Egypt and Haman in Persia today in Iran are brought together to show how disbelief is passed and strengthen from generation to generation)."


The Pharaoh Firon of ancient Egypt handed the fire of disbelief in Allah to Haman, the Prime Minister of Persian – Median empire.

Quran 28:41 Ayah 28:41 And we made them (the Pharaoh Firon and Haman) leaders (who were followed by later tyrants) inviting (people) to the Fire (of punishment in the Hereafter) and on the Day of Resurrection they shall find no help.

 

1. A fire of disbelief in Allah with the clay bricks made in the furnace refers to the tower of Babel (tower of Babylon) in Babylon today in Iraq in 2612 BH 1990 BCE 1990 BC that was erected in the plain of Shinar by the descendants of Prophet Noah Nuh after the great flood. This is confirmed in Torah Genesis 11:1 – 11:9.

 

2. The fire of disbelief in Allah was adopted by the Pharaoh Firon who carved large rock blocks to make Pyramid towers in Egypt so in Quran 28:38 the clay bricks are mentioned to show that the disbelief of the Pharaoh Firon was the same as the disbelief of the descendants of Prophet Noah Nuh who had built the tower of Babel (tower of Babylon) from clay bricks because of their similar desire to see heaven long before the time of the Pharaoh Firon. This is a style of writing that is designed to show that disbelief in Allah is passed from one generation to the next generation.

 

3. The fire of disbelief in Allah which is symbolized by the clay bricks of the tower of Babel (tower of Babylon) is passed on (adopted) by Haman in 1026 BH 404 BCE 404 BC in Persia today in Iran. This again shows how the disbelief in Allah is passed from one generation to the next generation.

 

4. The Pharaoh Firon said, “I do not know of any Allah for you but myself.”

 

5. The Pharaoh Firon who lived in Egypt in 1847 – 1842 BH 1225 BCE – 1220 BCE 1225 BC – 1220 BC tells Haman who lived in Persia (Iran) in 1026 BH (404 BCE, 404 BC) not to believe in Allah and to light a fire of disbelief in Allah in the world and carry a fire of disbelief in Allah to the future generations of humans.

 

6. The fire of disbelief in Allah which is symbolized by the clay bricks of the tower of Babel (tower of Babylon) were ignited in Babylon today in Iraq in 2612 BH 1990 BCE 1990 BC.

 

7. The fire of disbelief in Allah shall continue until the arrival of the Day of Judgement.

 

 



PART B. Haman in the Quran.

1. Haman in Quran chapter 28.

 

Quran 28:3 Ayah 28:3 For people who believe We (Allah) narrate to you from the true story of Prophet Moses Musa and Pharaoh Fironm (the king of Egypt).

 

Quran 28:4 Ayah 28:4 Pharaoh (Firon) exalted himself on the earth and made its people into groups. A tribe (the children of Israel) among them he (Pharaoh Firon) oppressed, killing their sons and sparing their women. He was among those who misbehaved (on the land).

 

Quran 28:5 Ayah 28:5 And We (Allah) wanted to show favour to those who were oppressed (the children of Israel) on the land and to make them leaders and inheritors (of the land),

 

Quran 28:6 Ayah 28:6 And to establish them (the children of Israel) on the earth, and to show the Pharaoh Firon (the king of Egypt who wanted to destroy the Jewish people around 1847 – 1842 BH 1225 BCE – 1220 BCE 1225 BC – 1220 BC because the Jews prayed to Allah and not to the Pharaoh Firon) and Haman (the Prime Minister to King Ahasuerus in Persia today Iran who wanted to destroy the Jewish people around 1026 BH 404 BCE 404 BC because one Jewish person refused to bow down and prostrate to him (Haman) because the Jews bow down and prostrate only to Allah) and their soldiers what they (the Pharaoh Firon and Haman) feared (in humiliation) from them (the children of Israel, because the Jews refused to believe that the Pharaoh Firon and Haman were greater than Allah).

Note 1. The righteous human knows that Allah is greater than humans. For example Prophet Jesus Isa never said he was Allah because in the Gospel Injil Prophet Jesus Isa said, “Allah is greater than me.” 

Gospel of John 14:28 "You heard how I (Jesus Isa) said to you (the disciples of Jesus Isa), 'I (Jesus Isa) am going away, and will be coming to you (the disciples of Jesus Isa).' If you (the disciples of Jesus Isa) loved me (Jesus Isa the messenger of Allah), you would rejoice that I (Jesus Isa) am going to the Father (Allah), for the Father (Allah) is greater than I (Jesus Isa, because Allah is the creator and Jesus Isa is a created human).

Note 1. Jesus is not Allah because Allah is greater than Jesus Isa.

 

 

1.1 The Pharaoh Firon in Egypt calls Haman in Persia today Iran to the Hell fire of disbelief in Allah.

The Pharaoh Firon and Haman call people to the Hell fire of disbelief in Allah.

Comment 1. The Pharaoh Firon the king of Egypt in the Quran lived in the time of Prophet Moses Musa around 1847 – 1842 BH 1225 BCE – 1220 BCE 1225 BC – 1220 BC.

Comment 2. Haman in the Old Bible Old Testament Jewish Bible Hebrew Bible in the Book of Esther the Writings of Esther was the Prime Minister in the time of King Ahasuerus in the ancient Persian – Median Empire the Persia – Media empire today Iran around 1026 BH 404 BCE 404 BC.

Comment 3. The Pharaoh Firon in Egypt was so arrogant that even when Prophet Moses Musa showed the Pharaoh Firon sign as proof after sign as proof of Allah’s existence the Pharaoh Firon refused to believe it and after freeing the children of Israel the Jews the Hebrews, the Pharaoh Firon felt so humiliated that he planned to use his Army against all the children of Israel who are the Jews the Hebrews.

Comment 4. Haman the Prime Minister of King Ahasuerus in Persia today Iran was so arrogant that when one Jew refused to bow down and prostrate to him because Jews only bow down and prostrate to Allah, Haman felt so humiliated that he planned to use the Army to destroy all the Jews the Hebrews the children of Israel.

Comment 5. In the lesson that Allah is revealing about evil it is not necessary for all the people to be in the same historical event or in one historical time for us to be able to understand the lesson that Allah is teaching.

Comment 6. In Quran 28.6 the Pharaoh Firon and Haman lived at different times but they were together in their belief that they were greater than Allah.

Comment 7. Quran 28.6 and Quran 28:38 is revealed in a similar way to Quran 29:39 and Quran 40:24 where 4 people are brought together to compare the arrogance of three of them Korah Qarun, Pharaoh Firon and Haman to Prophet Moses Musa who is the only one that is righteous among them. 

In the lesson that Allah is teaching about arrogant people it is not necessary for all four people to be in one event or in one historical time for us to be able to understand its meaning. 


In the Torah Taurat the first to die is the Pharaoh Firon in the Red Sea, later Korah Qarun is swallowed by the earth in the Sinai Peninsula and later still Haman is hanged on the gallows in Persia today Iran. 


Those who have read all of Allah’s Books know that these 3 famous people lived at different times and in different locations. 

The Pharaoh Firon, Korah Qarun and Haman believed they could do whatever they wanted to do. 

The Pharaoh Firon, Korah Qarun and Haman represent the passing of arrogance from generation to generation. 

This shows how wisdom and knowledge come if Allah wills from study of the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil with the Quran. 


Quran 29:39 Ayah 29:39 And Prophet Moses Musa came to Korah Qarun (in the Sinai Peninsula after the death of the Pharaoh Firon and to), Pharaoh Firon (in Egypt in 1847 – 1842 BH 1225 BCE – 1220 BCE 1225 BC – 1220 BC) and Haman (in Persia in 1026 BH 404 BCE 404 BC) with clear signs (of the existence of Allah which was shown to them by the children of Israel who followed the Torah Taurat of Moses Musa) but they (the Pharaoh Firon and Korah Qarun and Hamanwere boastful in the land. And they (the Pharaoh Firon and Korah Qarun and Haman) could not escape (the punishment of Allah). 


Quran 40:23 Ayah 40:23 And We (Allah) sent Prophet Moses Musa with Our (Allah’s) revelations and a clear authority. 


Quran 40:24 Ayah 40:24 To Pharaoh Firon (the King of Egypt in 1847 – 1842 BH 1225 BCE – 1220 BCE 1225 BC – 1220 BC) and Haman (the Prime Minister of Persia in 1026 BH 404 BCE 404 BC) and Korah Qarun (of the children of Israel in the Sinai Peninsula after the death of the Pharaoh Firon), but they (the Pharaoh Firon, Korah Qarun and Haman) said, “A (person who says that Allah is more important than us is a) fraud (a deceiver)a liar.”


Quran 40:6 Ayah 40:6 So the word (decree) of your Lord (Allah) concerning those who disbelieve (in their creator) was fulfilled so that they shall be the owners (companions) of the Fire (in the Hereafter).

Quran 43:56 Ayah 43:56 And We (Allah) made them (the Pharaoh Firon and his followers) an example for later peoples.

Note 1. See Quran 28:38 comments and Quran 40:24 comments and Quran 52:47 comments).


Quran 28:7 Ayah 28:7 And We (Allah) inspired the mother of Prophet Moses Musa, saying, “Suckle him (baby Moses Musa) and when you (Jochebed) fear for him (meaning, when you fear for his life) then put him on the river (the Nile River) and do not fear nor grieve. We (Allah) shall bring him (baby Moses Musa) back to you (Jochebed) and shall make him (one) of Our (Allah’s) messengers.

 

Quran 28:8 Ayah 28:8 And the family of the Pharaoh Firon (the king of Egypt) took him up (from the River Nile) so that he (baby Moses Musa) might become for them an enemy and a sorrow (for the Pharaoh Firon and his soldiers as Allah had ordained). The Pharaoh Firon (the king of Egypt around 1847 – 1842 BH 1225 BCE – 1220 BCE 1225 BC – 1220 BC wanted to destroy the Jewish people) and (like the Pharaoh Firon), Haman (the Prime Minister to King Ahasuerus in Persia today Iran wanted to destroy the Jewish people around 1026 BH 404 BCE 404 BC) and their (the Pharaoh’s and Haman’s) soldiers were men of sin.

Comment 1. See Quran 28:6,  28:38, 40:24, 52:47 comments. 


Quran 28:37 Ayah 28:37 Prophet Moses Musa said, "My Lord (Allah) knows best who comes with guidance from Him (Allah) and who shall have a good home in the end (in the Hereafter). The wrong-doers shall not be successful (in the Hereafter)."


Quran 28:38 Ayah 28:38 Pharaoh Firon (the king of Egypt around 1847 – 1842 BH, 1225 BCE – 1220 BCE, 1225 BC – 1220 BC cut stone blocks to make pyramids) said, "O Chiefs, I do not know of any Allah for you but myself so, light for me O Haman (representing the Prime Minister to King Ahasuerus in Persia today Iran who came after the time of the Pharaoh Firon around 1026 BH, 404 BCE, 404 BC, “a fire of disbelief in Allah”on the clay (baked bricks in the furnace) and make for me a high tower (representing the tower of Babel, the tower of Babylon which was built by the people in Babylon today in Iraq in 2612 BH 1990 BCE 1990 BC before the time of the Pharaoh Firon) so that I can have a look at the Allah of Prophet Moses Musa but I think he (Prophet Moses Musa) is lying (like the people in Babylon believed Allah was a lie before the time of the Pharaoh Firon and like Haman believed Allah was a lie after the time of the Pharaoh Firon because the people in Babylon and Haman did not believe that anyone was greater than themselves. The people of the clay bricked tower of Babylon today in Iraq and the Pharaoh Firon in Egypt and Haman in Persia today in Iran are brought together to show how disbelief is passed and strengthen from generation to generation)."


The Pharaoh Firon of ancient Egypt handed the fire of disbelief in Allah to Haman, the Prime Minister of Persian – Median empire.

Quran 28:41 Ayah 28:41 And we made them (the Pharaoh Firon and Haman) leaders (who were followed by later tyrants) inviting (people) to the Fire (of punishment in the Hereafter) and on the Day of Resurrection they shall find no help.


1.2 The fire of disbelief in Allah.

1. A fire of disbelief in Allah with the clay bricks made in the furnace refers to the tower of Babel (tower of Babylon) in Babylon today in Iraq in 2612 BH 1990 BCE 1990 BC that was erected in the plain of Shinar by the descendants of Prophet Noah Nuh after the great flood. This is confirmed in Torah Genesis 11:1 – 11:9.

 

2. The fire of disbelief in Allah was adopted by the Pharaoh Firon who carved large rock blocks to make Pyramid towers in Egypt so in Quran 28:38 the clay bricks are mentioned to show that the disbelief of the Pharaoh Firon was the same as the disbelief of the descendants of Prophet Noah Nuh who had built the tower of Babel (tower of Babylon) from clay bricks because of their similar desire to see heaven long before the time of the Pharaoh Firon. This is a style of writing that is designed to show that disbelief in Allah is passed from one generation to the next generation.

 

3. The fire of disbelief in Allah which is symbolized by the clay bricks of the tower of Babel (tower of Babylon) is passed on (adopted) by Haman in 1026 BH 404 BCE 404 BC in Persia today in Iran. This again shows how the disbelief in Allah is passed from one generation to the next generation.

 

4. The Pharaoh Firon said, “I do not know of any Allah for you but myself.”

 

5. The Pharaoh Firon who lived in Egypt in 1847 – 1842 BH 1225 BCE – 1220 BCE 1225 BC – 1220 BC tells Haman who lived in Persia (Iran) in 1026 BH (404 BCE, 404 BC) not to believe in Allah and to light a fire of disbelief in Allah in the world and carry a fire of disbelief in Allah to the future generations of humans.

 

6. The fire of disbelief in Allah which is symbolized by the clay bricks of the tower of Babel (tower of Babylon) were ignited in Babylon today in Iraq in 2612 BH 1990 BCE 1990 BC.

 

7. The fire of disbelief in Allah shall continue until the arrival of the Day of Judgement.

 

 

1.3 The Pharaoh Firon and Haman call people to the Hell fire of disbelief in Allah.

The Pharaoh Firon in Egypt calls Haman in Persia today Iran to the Hell fire of disbelief in Allah.

8. In Quran 28:38 the Pharaoh Firon believes Prophet Moses Musa is lying and the Pharaoh Firon believes he is the only god.

 

 

1.4 The evil of the Pharaoh Firon and Haman.

9. In Quran 28.38 the Pharaoh Firon and Haman lived at different times but they were together in their belief that they were greater than Allah.

In Quran 28.38 the Pharaoh Firon passes the Hell fire of disbelief to Haman not in historical reality but as an example from Allah of how humans continue in later generations to repeat the doing of the evil deeds of the past.

The Pharaoh Firon of the past is calling to the Haman of the future to follow Pharaoh’s Firon’s example to do the evil deeds that shall take him to the fire in Hell.

The Pharaoh Firon who wanted to destroy the Jews who are the children of Israel the Hebrews but failed, is encouraging the Haman of the future to follow his evil example.

Allah shows us that both the Pharaoh Firon and Haman failed in their desire to destroy the Jews who are the children of Israel the Hebrews.

Allah shows in this example that Allah has more power than the most powerful of humans who do evil and who think they are greater than Allah.

 

 

1.5 The evil of Hitler leader of Germany.

In 1358 – 1364 AH 1939 – 1945 1939 – 1945 CE 1939 – 1945 AD Hitler the leader of Germany wanted to destroy every Jewish man, woman and baby because Hitler believed he was the leader of a superior race of people who were greater than Allah.

If Hitler could kill every Jew so none were left on the earth it would prove that the Jewish belief in one invisible creator was false and that Hitler’s belief that he was truly the leader of a superior race of people who were greater than god was true.

Hitler also ordered the killing of what he called other inferior people who were below the standard of his idea of a superior race of humans such as people with physical disabilities, mental disabilities, communists, homosexuals, other minorities and people who opposed Hitler’s idea of a perfect race of humans who would be the masters of every other race of humans and which would rule the world for 1000 years.

Hitler followed the example of the Pharaoh Firon and Haman but in the end Hitler also failed to complete his evil plan to destroy humans including all the children of Israel who were the Jews the Hebrews. 

In 1364 AH 1945 1945 CE 1945 AD Hitler committed suicide by killing his wife, his children and himself.

Hitler’s dream that his descendants would rule the world for 1000 years came to an end after a few years when he killed his descendants and himself.

 

 

1.6 The German Government repents regrets the evil that was done in their name.

All German Governments after 1364 AH 1945 1945 CE 1945 AD confirmed that what Hitler did was truly evil.

It was the German Government who killed 6 million Jews in Europe 70 years ago and millions more of other peoples and every German Government since that evil happened have repented by telling the truth about what the German Government did and the German Government reject anyone who claims it did not happen.

 

 

1.7 It is wrong to deny the evil of the Pharaoh Firon and Haman.

Why are some people today in doubt that Hitler only 70 years ago killed six million Jews in Europe if every German Government since world war two admits this evil is true?

It is wrong to deny the evil of Hitler which was the same as the evil of the Pharaoh Firon and Haman.

Allah has warned us in the Quran of the Pharaoh Firon who wanted to do the same evil around 1847 BH 1225 BCE 1225 BC 3236 years ago to the children of Israel who are the Jews

Allah has warned us in the Quran of Haman who wanted to do the same evil to the Jews around 1026 BH 404 BCE 404 BC 2414 years ago.

Jews remember this injustice as they search for peace and justice for Israel and Palestine.

Muslims and Jews promote peace between Palestinian and Israeli brothers in English, Arabic, Hebrew and Portuguese 
In English. Arab and Hebrew brothers. Muslim and Jewish brothers. Palestinian and Israeli brothers. 2 Boys English version 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Etmw9ldAaU 
In Arabic. Arab and Hebrew brothers. Muslim and Jewish brothers. Palestinian and Israeli brothers. 2 Boys Arabic version 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTzGML_QOvg
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In Hebrew. Arab and Hebrew brothers. Muslim and Jewish brothers. Palestinian and Israeli brothers. 2 Boys Hebrew version 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcmdoerlLGQ
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In Portuguese. Arab and Hebrew brothers. Muslim and Jewish brothers. Palestinian and Israeli brothers. 2 Boys Portuguese version 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ECEPKgI7kbY
 


 

1.80 Talking like the Pharaoh Firon and Haman is a sign of evil.

The Quran warns against people who follow the evil path of Pharaoh Firon and Haman.

Some people believe in hate more than they believe in Allah because they have hate in their words and in their intended actions that are the same as the intentions of the Pharaoh Firon and of Haman which Allah in the Quran warns against.

The Pharaoh Firon and Haman were all men who thought, spoke and acted as if they were greater than Allah.

It is wrong to threaten to throw the children of Israel in the Sea. 

That is a power of Allah used when Allah saved the children of Israel by throwing the Pharaoh Firon and his soldiers into the Sea.

People that say such a thing are like Pharaoh Firon and Haman who felt like they were greater than Allah.

Allah showed the Pharaoh Firon and Haman that Allah is more powerful than the greatest evil that humans think they can do. 

 

 

1.81 Iran, Israel, Palestine, Saudi Arabia and the world can put the Quran, Torah Taurat and Gospel Injil on the Moon and Mars if Allah wills.

If Allah willed then Iran, Israel, Palestine, Saudi Arabia and the world could work together to put Allah’s Koran Quran, Torah Taurat and Gospel Injil on the Moon and on Mars and invite the people of the Earth to Allah and to peace.

This would make Satan Shaitan sad because humans would show they are listening to Allah and not to Satan Shaitan.
A good relationship between Iran and Israel and Palestine and Saudi Arabia would help to defeat Satan’s Shaitan’s plan to make humans afraid of Islam so that humans run away from Islam and do not hear the message from Prophet Muhammd, the last prophet of Allah.  
All humans might become very interested in Allah by asking, “Why did people put the word of Allah on the Moon 
and on Mars?” And some among humans might say, “Show me the Koran Quran and show me the Torah Taurat and show me the Gospel Injil that humans have put on the Moon and on Mars so that I can read what is written in those Books.”

 

 

1.82 Sunni and Shia.

It is wrong for Muslims to kill each other.

Some people in the world use religion to make hatred instead of using religion to explain Allah to other humans.

The divisions in the world did not come from the Books of Allah but they came from what people claimed Allah said which cannot be found in the books of Allah.

If hadith stories agree with the Quran then accept it and learn from it. 
If hadith stories do not agree with the Quran then reject it and also learn from it. 
On the Day of Judgement Allah judges by the words in the protected Quran. 
On the Day of Judgement Allah does not judge by the words in unprotected human hadith stories. 
The Quran is the protected word of Allah including the words and actions of Prophet Muhammad which are described and protected by Allah.

 


Quran 28:39 Ayah 28:39 And he (the Pharaoh Firon) and his soldiers were arrogant in the land without any right and they thought they would not be brought back to Us (Allah in the Hereafter).


Quran 28:40 Ayah 28:40 So We (Allah) seized him (the Pharaoh Firon) and his soldiers and abandoned them to the sea (The Red Sea). See what the end was for the evil-doers.

 

Quran 28:41 Ayah 28:41 And we made them (the Pharaoh Firon and Haman) leaders (who were followed by later tyrants) inviting (people) to the Fire (of punishment in the Hereafter) and on the Day of Judgment they shall find no help.


Quran 28:42 Ayah 28:42 In this world We (Allah) made the curse (of having lost the guidance of Allah that results in Allah’s punishment) overtake them (the Pharaoh Firon and Haman and their followers who were their soldiers) and on the Day of Judgment they shall be despised (and far away from the mercy of Allah).

 

 


2. Haman in Quran chapter 29.

Quran 29:38 Ayah 29:38 And (mention the tribes of) A'ad and Thamud (whose end) is clear to you from their (ruined and deserted) homes. Satan Shaitan made their deeds (meaning, what they were doing) seem reasonable to them and turned them away from the path (of Allah) even though they had eyes to see (and understand the messengers that were sent by Allah). 
Comment 1. See Quran 29:40

Quran 29:39 Ayah 29:39 And Prophet Moses Musa came to Korah Qarun (in the Sinai Peninsula after the death of the Pharaoh Firon and to), Pharaoh Firon (in Egypt in 1847 – 1842 BH 1225 BCE – 1220 BCE 1225 BC – 1220 BC) and Haman (in Persia in 1026 BH 404 BCE 404 BC) with clear signs (of the existence of Allah which was shown to them by the children of Israel who followed the Torah Taurat of Moses Musa) but they (the Pharaoh Firon and Korah Qarun and Haman) were boastful in the land. And they (the Pharaoh Firon and Korah Qarun and Haman) could not escape (the punishment of Allah).
Comment 1. When a Jew who believed in the messenger Prophet Moses Musa would not bow down to Haman in Persia in 1026 BH 404 BCE 404 BC because Jews only bow down to Allah this was a sign to Haman that humans should not fear humans but instead humans should only fear Allah but Haman could not understand the sign because he was arrogant and full of pride in himself.
Comment 2. See Quran 28:6,  28:38, 40:24, 52:47 comments. 
Comment 3. See Quran 29:40

 

Quran 29:40 Ayah 29:40 So We (Allah) punished each one of them for his sins. To some of them We (Allah) sent a storm (in a great wind that raged for seven nights and eight days on the people of A'ad in the time of Prophet Eber Hud), and some were taken by the awful sound (of an earthquake on the people of Thamud in the time of Prophet Saleh Salih), and some We (Allah) caused the earth to swallow (such as Korah Qarun in the Sinai Peninsula in the time of Prophet Moses Musa), and some We (Allah) drowned (such as the Pharaoh Firon and his soldiers in the Red Sea in the time of Prophet Muses Musa). It was not Allah who wronged them but they wronged themselves.

Comment 1. See Quran 29:38  29:39 

 


 

3. Haman in Quran chapter 40.

 

Quran 40:23 Ayah 40:23 And We (Allah) sent Prophet Moses Musa with Our (Allah’s) revelations and a clear authority.


Quran 40:24 Ayah 40:24 To Pharaoh Firon (the King of Egypt) and Haman (the Prime Minister of Persia) and Korah Qarun (of the children of Israel in the Sinai Peninsula), but they (the Pharaoh Firon, Korah Qarun and Haman) said, “A (person who says that Allah is more important than us is a) fraud (a deceiver), a liar.”

Comment 1. Around 1847 – 1842 BH 1225 BCE – 1220 BCE 1225 BC – 1220 BC in Egypt the Pharaoh Firon the King of Egypt called Prophet Moses Musa a magician, fraud a deceiver and a liar and the Pharaoh Firon with his Army went to destroy the children of Israel but he was not successful and Allah destroyed the Pharaoh Firon and his followers.

Comment 2. After the death of the Pharaoh Firon, Korah Qarun who was one of the children of Israel, rebelled against Prophet Moses Musa in the Sinai Peninsula but he was not successful and Allah destroyed Korah Qarun and his followers.

Comment 3. Around 1026 BH 404 BCE 404 BC in Persia today Iran, Haman plotted to destroy the descendants of Prophet Moses Musa who are the children of Israel the Hebrew people the Jewish people but Haman was not successful and Allah destroyed Haman and his followers.

Comment 4. Quran 28:38 Ayah 28:38 Pharaoh Firon (the king of Egypt around 1847 – 1842 BH, 1225 BCE – 1220 BCE, 1225 BC – 1220 BC cut stone blocks to make pyramids) said, "O Chiefs, I do not know of any Allah for you but myself so, light for me O Haman (representing the Prime Minister to King Ahasuerus in Persia today Iran who came after the time of the Pharaoh Firon around 1026 BH, 404 BCE, 404 BC, “a fire of disbelief in Allah”on the clay (baked bricks in the furnace) and make for me a high tower (representing the tower of Babel, the tower of Babylon which was built by the people in Babylon today in Iraq in 2612 BH 1990 BCE 1990 BC before the time of the Pharaoh Firon) so that I can have a look at the Allah of Prophet Moses Musa but I think he (Prophet Moses Musa) is lying (like the people in Babylon believed Allah was a lie before the time of the Pharaoh Firon and like Haman believed Allah was a lie after the time of the Pharaoh Firon because the people in Babylon and Haman did not believe that anyone was greater than themselves. The people of the clay bricked tower of Babylon today in Iraq and the Pharaoh Firon in Egypt and Haman in Persia today in Iran are brought together to show how disbelief is passed and strengthen from generation to generation)."


The Pharaoh Firon of ancient Egypt handed the fire of disbelief in Allah to Haman, the Prime Minister of Persian – Median empire.

Comment 5. Quran 28:41 Ayah 28:41 And we made them (the Pharaoh Firon and Haman) leaders (who were followed by later tyrants) inviting (people) to the Fire (of punishment in the Hereafter) and on the Day of Judgment they shall find no help.

Comment 6. Allah uses many styles to present Allah’s stories.

Quran story style one:

In Quran 28:6, 28:8, 28:38, 28:41, 28:42 the Pharaoh Firon and Haman are in the same place on the same day. They are named but from the story it is clear that the Pharaoh Firon is giving the Hell fire of disbelief to Haman.

Quran story style two:

In Quran 37:101 Prophet Abraham Ibrahim is given the “Good news” of an unnamed son and in Quran 37:102 “he” the son in Quran 37:101 is to be sacrificed.

Who is the son? See how Allah unrolls a third style of story telling:

Quran 37:102 Ayah 37:102 And (then, therefore, so)when he (the “good news son” in Quran 37:101 Prophet Isaac Ishaq who is also unnamed in Quran 15:53, 15:54, 15:55 and 51:28 because good news is always the name Allah gives to Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quranwas old enough to work with him (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim), he (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) said, "O my son (Prophet Isaac Ishaq), I see in a dream that I am slaughtering (sacrificing) you, (my son) so look (at my dream as remembered in Quran 12:6 and 38:45 and showing three verses later in Quran 38:48 that it was not Prophet Ishmael Ismail by blessing Prophet Ishmael Ismail without his father and without the power of vision and so Allah decreed those revelations in Quran chapter 38 after the story of the sacrifice in Quran chapter 37 to guide by Allah’s word those who understand what Allah is teaching. Those who understand are guided by the words of Allah. Those who do not understand are misguided by the words of humans. So Look) what (do) you see (what do you think about my dream)?" He (Prophet Isaac Ishaq) said, "O my father, do as you are commanded, Allah willing you shall find me patience (not complaining, forbearing as in Quran 37:101).”  

The sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in Quran chapter 37.

37 god/verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-37-sacrifice-of-isaac-or-ishmael

37a allah/verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-37-sacrifice-of-prophet-ishaq-and-prophet-ismail     

37b allah/ayah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-37-sacrifice-of-hadhrat-ishaq-and-hadhrat-ismail  

37c allaah/verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-37-sacrifice-of-hadrat-ishaq-and-hadrat-ismail

37d allaah/ayah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-37-sacrifice-of-hazrat-ishaq-and-hazrat-ismail

Quran story style three:

In Quran 38:37 Allah uses the style of the Rabbinic Jewish literature which are Jewish stories from himans to attract the attention of the Jews in Yathrib later known as Medina Madinah who are familiar with this style so as to correct and warn them of errors in those stories from humans and show the Jews the correct way to tell those stories. It is also a warning that such stories including Muslim Hadith stories from humans have no guarantee from Allah that they are correct.

Quran story style four:

This is that same as the various styles found in the Gospel Injil and Torah Taurat.

Each of Allah’s revelations is in its own language directed to the people of that time but all of them have the same message from Allah to pray to Allah and not to his creations such as the Sun or Moon or stars or comets or devils or saints or prophets or dead people or living people or animals or birds or statues or mountains or rivers or volcanoes or pictures. Are you praying to the creator or to something that is created?

Allah protects the Torah Taurat and Gospel Injil and Koran Quran.

No one can change the word of Allah. 

All of Allah’s books confirm each other if they are correctly understood.

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

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

Comment 7. See Quran 28:6, 28:38, 52:47 comments.

Quran 40:25 Ayah 40:25 And when he (Prophet Moses Musa) brought them (the Pharaoh Firon (the king of Egypt)) the Truth from Us (Allah), they (the Pharaoh Firon) said, “Kill the sons of those who have believed (in Allah) with him (Prophet Moses Musa) but do not kill their women. But the plot of those who do not believe (in Allah) is faulty and comes to nothing.

Quran 40:26 Ayah 40:26 Pharaoh Firon said, "Let me kill Moses Musa and let him (Prophet Moses Musa) call on his Lord (for help and we shall see if Allah helps him). I fear he (Prophet Moses Musa) might change your religion or cause mischief (by causing divisions among the people) to appear in the land"

Quran 40:36 Ayah 40:36 And Pharaoh Firon (the King of Egypt around 1847 – 1842 BH 1225 BCE – 1220 BCE 1225 BC – 1220 BC) said, “O Haman (the Prime Minister in Persia around 1026 BH 404 BCE 404 BC take from me the fire of disbelief and evil and) build for me a tower so that I may have the means (of looking into heaven).” -
Comment 1. The Pharaoh Firon is calling Haman and the other people in the future to do evil and join him in the fire of Hell in the hereafter.
Comment 2. Quran 28:38 Ayah 28:38 Pharaoh Firon (the king of Egypt around 1847 – 1842 BH, 1225 BCE – 1220 BCE, 1225 BC – 1220 BC cut stone blocks to make pyramids) said, "O Chiefs, I do not know of any Allah for you but myself so, light for me O Haman (representing the Prime Minister to King Ahasuerus in Persia today Iran who came after the time of the Pharaoh Firon around 1026 BH, 404 BCE, 404 BC, “a fire of disbelief in Allah”on the clay (baked bricks in the furnace) and make for me a high tower (representing the tower of Babel, the tower of Babylon which was built by the people in Babylon today in Iraq in 2612 BH 1990 BCE 1990 BC before the time of the Pharaoh Firon) so that I can have a look at the Allah of Prophet Moses Musa but I think he (Prophet Moses Musa) is lying (like the people in Babylon believed Allah was a lie before the time of the Pharaoh Firon and like Haman believed Allah was a lie after the time of the Pharaoh Firon because the people in Babylon and Haman did not believe that anyone was greater than themselves. The people of the clay bricked tower of Babylon today in Iraq and the Pharaoh Firon in Egypt and Haman in Persia today in Iran are brought together to show how disbelief is passed and strengthen from generation to generation)."

The Pharaoh Firon of ancient Egypt handed the fire of disbelief in Allah to Haman, the Prime Minister of Persian – Median empire.
Comment 3. A fire of disbelief in Allah with the clay bricks made in the furnace refers to the tower of Babel the tower of Babylon in Babylon today in Iraq in 2612 BH 1990 BCE 1990 BC that was erected in the plain of Shinar by the descendants of Prophet Noah Nuh after the great flood. This is confirmed in the Torah Genesis 11:1 – 11:9.
Comment 4. Quran 28:41 Ayah 28:41 And we made them (the Pharaoh Firon and Haman) leaders (who were followed by later tyrants) inviting (people) to the Fire (of punishment in the Hereafter) and on the Day of Judgment they shall find no help.

Comment 5. See Quran 28:6, 28:38, 40:24 and 52:47 comments. 


Quran 40:37 Ayah 40:37 “(Make for me) the means (of looking) into the heavens so that I may look at the god of Prophet Moses Musa, but I think he (Prophet Moses Musa) is a liar.” In this way (of misbehavior and thinking) the evil that he (the Pharaoh Firon) did was made to seem attractive to the Pharaoh Firon, and he was turned away from the (right) path. The plan of Pharaoh Firon ended in ruin (with his destruction and the destruction of his followers).

Comment 1. See Quran 40:36.




4. Lessons about Pharaoh Firon and every arrogant person in Quran chapter 79.

Quran 79:23 Ayah 79:23
And then he (the Pharaoh Firon) gathered (his people) and called out (to them).

Quran 79:24 Ayah 79:24
Saying, “I (the Pharaoh Firon) am your greatest Lord (meaning, I am your god and no one is greater than me).”

Quran 79:25 Ayah 79:25
 So Allah seized him (the Pharaoh Firon for punishment in the second life) in the hereafter and (for punishment) in the first life (which is the life in this world).

Quran 79:26 Ayah 79:26
In that (story of Prophet Moses Musa, the Pharaoh Firon and the children of Israel) is a lesson (a warning) for whoever fears (Allah).
Comment 1. The Pharaoh Firon rejected the idea that anyone was greater than him.
Gospel of John 14:28 "You heard how I (Jesus Isa) said to you (the disciples of Jesus Isa), 'I (Jesus Isa) am going away, and will be coming to you (the disciples of Jesus Isa).' If you (the disciples of Jesus Isa) loved me (Jesus Isa the messenger of Allah), you would rejoice that I (Jesus Isa) am going to the Father (Allah), for the Father (Allah) is greater than I (Jesus Isa, because Allah is the creator and Jesus Isa is a created human).
Note 1. Jesus is not Allah because Allah is greater than Jesus.
Note 2. Allah is the Father of every creation,
Note 3. Every creation are the children of Allah meaning the servants of Allah.
Note 4. In the Quran Allah corrected some people who misunderstood the words son of Allah to be a real biological son. 
Son of Allah means servant of Allah in the same way as children of Allah also means servant of Allah.
Quran 19:93 Ayah 19:93 There is no one in the heavens and the earth who does not come to the Most Merciful (Allah) except as a servant.
Comment 2. The Pharaoh Firon had no interest to obey Prophet Moses Musa because Prophet Moses Musa promoted the idea that some one else existed who was greater than the Pharaoh Firon.




4.1 The arrogance of Pharaoh (Firon).

How did Allah punish the Pharaoh Firon?

How did Allah punish the Pharaoh Firon when the Pharaoh Firon and his army tried to unjustly destroy the Children of Israel who are the Jews the Hebrews?

Pharaoh Firon was the King of Egypt in the time of Prophet Moses Musa around 1847 – 1842 BH 1225 BCE – 1220 BCE 1225 BC – 1220 BC.

Pharaoh’s Firon’s hatred for the Jews started when one Jew named Prophet Moses Musa refused to bow down to the will of Pharaoh Firon because Prophet Moses Musa only bowed down in prayer to Allah.


Quran 43:55 Ayah 43:55 So, when they angered Us (Allah), We (Allah) punished them (the Pharaoh Firon and his army) and drowned every one of them (in the Red Sea when they were chasing after the children of Israel whom they had agreed to free but instead they again broke their word).




4.2 The arrogance of Haman.

The Pharaoh Firon who wanted to recapture all the Jews because he felt humiliated because the Jews believed that Allah was more powerful than him handed over the fire of disbelief to other arrogant people who followed in the generations after Pharaoh Firon such as Haman.

How did Allah punish Haman when Haman planed to use the army to unjustly destroy the Children of Israel who are the Jews the Hebrews?

Haman was the Prime Minister of the Persian – Median Empire around 404 BCE 404 BC 1026 BH today in Iran.

Haman’s hatred for the Jews started when one Jew named Mordecai refused to bow down to Haman because Mordecai only bowed down in prayer to Allah.

Haman’s hatred for one Jew lead Haman to plan the complete destruction of all the Jewish men, woman and children throughout the Persian – Median empire which included Iran


Haman in the Jewish Bible 

The Jewish Bible includes the Torah Taurat and the prophets and the writings including the Book of Esther. 


Esther 8:7 Then the King Ahasuerus (King of the Persian – Median Empire the Persia – Media Empire today Iran) said to Esther the Queen and to Mordecai the Jew, “I have given Esther the house of Haman (who was the Prime Minister of Persia), and him (Haman) they (the servants of the King) have hanged on the gallows (scaffold) because he (Haman tried to) put his hands on the Jews (by planning to destroy all the Jewish men women and children in the Persian Empire).”

Esther 9:14 And the King (Ahasuerus, King of the Persian – Median Empire the Persia – Media Empire today Iran) commanded it to be so done and a decree was given out in Shushan (Susa, Persia today called Shush in Iran) and they (the servants of the King) hanged Haman’s ten sons.




4.3 The arrogance of Korah Qarun.

How did Allah punish Korah Qarun?

Korah Qarun was among the Children of Israel at the time of Prophet Moses at Mount Sinai Horeb in the Sinai Peninsula.


Quran 28:78 Ayah 28:78 He (Korah Qarun) said, “I have been given it (wealth) because of the knowledge that I possess.” Did he (Korah Qarun) not know that Allah had destroyed men in the generations before him who were greater than him in power and wealth? The guilty are not questioned about their sins (because the weight of those sins is so great that the judgement by Allah for the punishment that they earned shall be undisputed and without doubt).


Quran 28:79 Ayah 28:79 He (Korah Qarun) then went out to his people in his splendor (wearing the finest cloths) and those who desired the life of the world (more than the life of the Hereafter) said, “We wish we had similar to what Korah Qarun has been given (in wealth) because he has a great fortune.”

 

Quran 28:80 Ayah 28:80 But those who had been granted (true) knowledge said, “Sadness shall be on you (if you do not know that) the reward from Allah is better for the person who believes (in Allah, the creator) and does what is right and only those who are patient shall obtain it (the reward of Paradise).”

 

Quran 28:81 Ayah 28:81 So We (Allah) caused the earth to swallow him (Korah Qarun) and his home and then he had no one to help him other than Allah nor was he one of those who could defend themselves (from the punishment of Allah).

 

Quran 28:82 Ayah 28:82 And those who had yesterday desired to be in his (Korah’s Qarun’s) position, said in the morning, “Allah enlarges and restricts the provision for whom He (Allah) wills of His (Allah’s) servants. If Allah had not been gracious to us He (Allah) would have caused it (the earth) to swallow us (as well). Disbelievers do not succeed.”




4.4 The arrogance of Hitler.

How did Allah punish Hitler?

How did Allah punish Hitler when Hitler used his army to try to unjustly destroy all the Jewish men, woman and children on the Earth?

Hilter was the leader of Germany from 1358 – 1364 AH 1939 – 1945 1939 – 1945 CE 1939 – 1945 AD who wanted to destroy every Jewish man, woman, child and baby because Hitler believed he was the leader of a superior race of people who were greater than Allah.

Hitler also killed people from other minority groups, disabled people and anyone that was against his rule.

Hilter said that the German people were the superior master race and that their offspring would rule the world for 1000 years.

What was the end for Hitler? In 1364 AH 1945 1945 CE 1945 AD Hitler committed suicide by killing himself.

His wife also killed herself.


Allah reveals that there are punishments in this life for those who do evil in this life.

Doing great evil leads to the destruction of the evil doer and has consequences for their family and their followers. 

Quran 52:47 Ayah 52:47 For those who do wrong, there is a punishment before that (Day of Judgement which is a punishment in the world). But most of them (the wrong doers) do not know (they may be punished in the world and in the hereafter).

Quran 79:25 Ayah 79:25 So Allah seized him (the Pharaoh Firon for punishment in the second life) in the hereafter and (for punishment) in the first life (which is the life in this world).




4.5 What happens to arrogant people?

What happens to arrogant people?

Allah reminds us to look at what happened to every arrogant person.

Did any of them accomplish anything with their life?

Pharaoh Firon the leader of Egypt and his Army were drowned by Allah and the Jews were saved.

Haman and his sons were hanged by the Persian King Ahasuerus and the Jews were saved.

Hitler killed himself and his wife killed herself.

Quran 79:26 Ayah 79:26 In that (story of Prophet Moses Musa, the Pharaoh Firon and the children of Israel) is a lesson (a warning) for whoever fears (Allah).




4.6 The evil of arrogance and hate.

Today there are also people who speak in arrogance and hatred of Jews which Allah has warned humans against in Quran 79:26.

In their time the Pharaoh Firon, Haman and Hitler also represented the arrogance and hatred of some humans.

Today this lesson (warning) from Allah is to all people who hate other people.

Hatred leads to arrogance no matter which people it is directed against.

Quran 79:26 Ayah 79:26 In that (story of Prophet Moses Musa, the Pharaoh Firon and the children of Israel) is a lesson (a warning) for whoever fears (Allah).


See 1. Allah protects the Torah, Gospel and Quran. 

Allah protects the Taurat, Injil and Quran. 

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