106. The Quran chapter 106. The Kabah.


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                                                              24 March 2018 (1439 AH).

 

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The Quran chapter 106.

Winter and summer caravan journeys. 
See Quran 106:2 

 

Kaaba.

al-Ka’bah.

al-Kabah.

Ka`abah.

Kaaba.

Kaabaa.

Kaa'baah.

Kaabaah.

Kaabah.

Ka'baa.

Kabaa.

Ka`baah.

Kabaah.

Ka'ba.

Kaba.

Ka`bah.

Kabah.

Qaaba.

Qaabaa.

Qa`abah.

Qaabah.

Qa'ba.

Qabaa. 

Qabaah.

Qa`bah.

Qabah.

The Sacred House.

The Sacred House of God.

The Sacred Mosque.

The Sacred Mosque of God.

The sacred place of worship is at the sacred cube located inside Al-Masjid-al-Haram in Mecca (Makkah). Arabia today Saudi Arabia.

See Quran 106:3 – 106:4





Information: The Quran chapter 106.

Order of Revelation: 29 (1 is the first revelation and 114 is the last revelation).

Place of Revelation: Mecca (Makkah, Arabia today Saudi Arabia).

Number of Verses: 4 verses.


The Quran.

Chapter 106

Quraish (Quraysh).

English interpretations of the Quran.


The Quran Chapter 106 Quraish (Al-Quraish, Coreish, Koreish, Kureys, Quraish Tribe, Quraysh, Quresh, Qureshi, Qureysh, The Quraish, The tribe of Quraysh, Winter) in English. 


Chapter : Verse.

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


Quran 106:0 Verse 106:0 In the name of God, The Most Kind, The Most Merciful.

 

Quran 106:1 Verse 106:1 For the unity of the (tribe of the) Quraish (the tribe who believed in idol worship before the arrival of Prophet Muhammad and the tribe into which was born Prophet Muhammad).

 

Quran 106:2 Verse 106:2 (Who are) unified in their tradition of winter and summer (caravan) journeys (across the Arabian desert for the commercial trading of goods. Travelling north to Syria in Summer and travelling south to Yemen in winter).

 

Quran 106:3 Verse 106:3 Let them (the people of the tribe of Quraish) worship the Lord (God) of this house (the Kabah) –


Comment 1. Quran 106:3 states that the Lord of everything including the Kabah is God not stone idols.


1a. Later the direction of prayer would be changed from facing Jerusalem Al-Quds to facing the Kabah in Makkah.


God protects all the Books of God for every people until the Day of Judgment. 


Quran 2:62 Verse 2:62 (In the hereafter) truly those (Muslims) who believed and those who are Jews, Christians and Sabians, whoever believed in God and the Last Day (The Day of Resurrection) and did good deeds, they shall have their reward from their Lord, and they shall not fear or grieve (and this is confirmed in Quran 6:158 for those in the hereafter who “believed” and did good deeds. Quran 5:69 repeats Quran 2:62 meaning stop and think about what God is saying in these verses confirming what is in the Hebrew Bible and the Gospel Injil of the promise of Paradise Jannah from God in the books of God on the Day of Resurrection and Judgement for those who “believed” and did good deeds. The Quran brings the same truth which God brought to the Jewish people in the Hebrew Bible and to the Christian people in the Gospel Injil of Jesus Isa by Mark, Matthew, Luke and John. The Quran is a confirmer of what came before it in the same way as the Gospel Injil is a confirmer of what came before it meaning the Books of God confirm each other as proof God is real and as proof His promise is real as explained in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQ3o3ybc-KA showing that without His permission no one can change His words in His Books which are with all humans today and until the Day of Judgement so that you can believe God is real and His promise is real).
Note 1. The Jews who believed in God and did good deeds go to Paradise Jannah. 
Note 2. The Christians who believed in 
God and 
did good deeds go to Paradise Jannah. 
Note 3. The Sabians who believed in 
God and 
did good deeds go to Paradise Jannah. 
Note 4. The Muslims who believed in 
God and 
did good deeds go to Paradise Jannah. 
Note 5. Everyone who believed in 
God and 
did good deeds goes to Paradise Jannah. 
Note 6. This revelation is so important that God has repeated it in Quran 5:69

Quran 3:3 Verse 3:3 He (God) 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 (
God
revealed the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil.
Note 1. 
God 
revealed the Torah and the Gospel and the Quran which are with humans today.


Quran 3:19 Verse 3:19 The religion near God is submission (to Adonai Allah Elohim God G-d HaShem Jehovah Yahweh YHWH. In Quran 3:18 “there is no God but God” then in Quran 3:19 “The religion near God is submission” to God then in Quran 3:20 “submit yourselves to God.” Islam has two meanings, the general meaning is submission in Quran 3:19 meaning anyone who submits to God such as Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in the past and the Jews who are promised Paradise Jannah in the time of Prophet Muhammad in Quran 3:113 – 3:115 and the Christians who are promised Paradise Jannah in the time of Prophet Muhammad in Quran 5:82 – 5:85 and all humans in future in the hereafter who “believed” and did good deeds including Jews and Christians and others in Quran 2:62, Quran 5:69 and Quran 6:158. If Quran 3:19 had the specific meaning of “Islam” instead of the general meaning of “submission” then it would mean no people except the people from the religion of Islam would be in Paradise Jannah meaning all the prophets and people before Islam would be the losers in the hereafter which is not correct because it contradicts other verses in the Quran and it does not make sense meaning the word Islam in Quran 3:19 is the general meaning “submission” and not the specific meaning “Islam”). Those who were given the Scripture (the Jews with the Torah Taurat and the Christians with the Gospel Injil) did not differ except from mutual jealousy after knowledge had come to them (in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil)And whoever disbelieves in the revelations of God then surely God is strict in calling them to account (in the hereafter meaning Muslims who follow Quran 47:19 “…there is no God except God …” and Jews who follow Torah Exodus 20:2 “.... You shall have no other gods before Me God” and Christians who follow the Gospel of Jesus Isa by Luke 4:8 “… You shall worship the Lord your God, and him only shall you serve” and who did good deeds are all promised Paradise Jannah in Quran 2:62, Quran 4:123, Quran 5:69, Quran 6:158 and Quran 41:8. The specific meaning of Islam is revealed 3 months before the death of Prophet Muhammad in the farewell speech of Prophet Muhammad in Quran 5:3 which God tells us is the last verse in the Quran because God says He has “perfected and completed” the religion meaning the Quran and approved the name of the religion as “Islam” in Quran 5:3. This confirms that the meaning of Islam in Quran 3:19 is the general meaning “submission” meaning every human from the beginning of time until the Day of Resurrection who submitted to God and did good deeds will be successful in the hereafter as confirmed in Quran 2:62, Quran 5:69, Quran 4:123, Quran 6:158 and Quran 41:8 showing that the correct meaning of this verse is “the religion near God is submission” to God from the beginning of time until the Day of Resurrection. Judaism is the religion of submission in Torah Exodus 20:2, Christianity is the religion of submission in Gospel of Jesus Isa by Luke 4:8 and Islam is the religion of submission in Quran 47:19. This is confirmed and explained in Quran 3:64 "let us come to an agreement between Jews and Christians and us Muslims that we shall worship no one but God" and Quran 5:48 "For each community of Jews, Christians and Muslims God has appointed a divine law and a way of submission. If God willed God could have made Jews, Christians and Muslims one community. But God tests the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims by what God has given you in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran to show who is best in behaviour. So strive for all that is good. To God you shall all return and God shall then inform you in the Hereafter about the correctness of the religious matters in which you the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims argue among each other"). 

Quran 3:85 Verse 3:85 And whoever seeks a religion other than submission (to Allah Adonai Allaah Elohim God G-d HaShem Jehovah Yahweh YHWH which includes every human from the beginning of time until the end of timefor example stone idol worship) it shall not be accepted by Him (God) in the Hereafter and (such a person) shall be one of the losers (in the hereafter. Islam has two meanings, the general meaning is submission in Quran 3:85 meaning anyone who submits to God such as Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in the past and the Jews who are promised Paradise Jannah in the time of Prophet Muhammad in Quran 3:113 – 3:115 and the Christians who are promised Paradise Jannah in the time of Prophet Muhammad in Quran 5:82 – 5:85 and all humans in future in the hereafter who “believed” and did good deeds including Jews and Christians and others in Quran 2:62, Quran 5:69 and Quran 6:158. If Quran 3:85 had the specific meaning of “Islam” instead of the general meaning of “submission” then it would mean no people except the people from the religion of Islam would be in Paradise Jannah meaning all the prophets and people before Islam would be the losers in the hereafter which is not correct because it contradicts other verses in the Quran and it does not make sense meaning the word Islam in Quran 3:85 is the general meaning “submission” and not the specific meaning “Islam”).

Note 1. The Muslim religion Islam is the religion of submission to God (Quran 3:64).
Note 2. The Jewish religion Judaism is the religion of submission to God (Quran 3:64).
Note 3. The Christian religion Christianity is the religion of submission to God (Quran 3:64).


Quran 3:64 Verse 3:64 Say, “O People of the Scripture (the Jews and the Christians) let us come to an agreement between you and us (Muslims), that we shall worship no one but God, and that we shall ascribe no partner to Him (meaning, there is only one God, we pray only to our creator the one God and no one else, not to sons, not to saints, not to any idol), and that none of us shall take others for Lords instead of God.” And if they turn away, then say, “Bear witness that we (are the ones who truly believe in God and we) have submitted to Him (God, to the will of God).” 

Note 1. God does not require humans to all be in one religion (Quran 5:48).
Note 2. God does require that every religion worship only God (Quran 3:85).
Note 3. God says if the Jews and the Christians and others worship only God like the Muslims worship only God then the Jews and the Christians and others are correctly guided by God (Quran 3:64). 


Quran 4:123 Verse 4:123 (Entry to Paradise Jannah) shall not be based on your (the Muslim's) desires or on the desires of the people of the Scripture (the Jews and the Christians). (Instead) whoever does wrong (on the earth) shall earn (the punishment for the wrong) and that person shall not find any protector or helper other than God (in the hereafter).
Note 1. God will judge Muslims and Christians and Jews and every creation justly in the hereafter.


Quran 5:48 Verse 5:48 And to you (Prophet Muhammad) We (God) revealed the Scripture (the Quran) with the truth that confirmed the Scripture that was before it (in the Gospel Injil and the Torah Taurat) and (for you Prophet Muhammad to be) a guardian over it (the Quran). So judge between them (the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims) by what God has revealed (to you Prophet Muhammad) and do not let their desires move you away from the truth that has come to you. For each (community of Jews, Christians and Muslims) We (God) have appointed a divine law and a way (of religion). If God willed He (God) could have made you (the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims) one community. But He (God) tests you (the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims) by what He (God) has given you (in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran to show who is best in behaviour). So strive for all that is good. To God you shall all return and He (God) shall then inform you (in the Hereafter) about (the correctness of) the religious matters in which you (the Jews, the Christians and the Muslimsargue among each other.

Note 1. God does not require humans to all be in one religion (Quran 5:48).
Note 2. God does require that every religion worship only God (Quran 3:85).
Note 3. God says if the Jews and the Christians and others worship only God like the Muslims worship only God then the Jews and the Christians and others are correctly guided by God (Quran 3:64). 
Note 4. God commands the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims to do what is good according to what God has given them in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran to show which humans are the best in behaviour.
Note 5. God says that on the Day of Resurrection and Judgement in the hereafter every human will return to God and God shall inform them about the religious matters about which they argued.

Note 6. God protects the Torah Taurat for every Jewish generation until the Day of Judgement (Quran 5:48). 
Note 7. God protects the Gospel Injil for every Christian generation until the Day of Judgement (Quran 5:48).
Note 8. God protects the Koran Quran for every Muslim generation until the Day of Judgement (Quran 5:48). 
Note 9. Entry to Paradise the Garden of Eden the Garden of Righteousness Jannah is not based on the question of Sunni or Shia or Muslim or Jew or Christian but it is based on your good behaviour towards all humans and creatures in this world and your relationship with God (Quran 5:48).


Quran 30:30 Verse 30:30 “… No one can alter what God has created (in religion, in the Torah Taurat, the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran)That is the right religion (belief)but most people do not know (this).


Why will God reward Jews, Christians and anyone who believed in God and did good deeds in Quran 2:62 and Quran 5:69 when they did not follow Prophet Muhammad and the Quran? 
God explains in Quran 5:48 that the Jews and the Christians are following the Books God has given them. 
Quran 5:48 Verse 5:48 "... For each (community of Jews, Christians and Muslims) We (God) have appointed a divine law and a way (of religion)If God willed He (
Godcould have made you (the Jews, the Christians and the Muslimsone community. But He (Godtests you by what He (God) has given you (in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran to show who is best in behaviour). So strive for all that is good. To God you shall all return and He (God) shall then inform you (in the Hereafter) about (the correctness of) the religious matters in which you (the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims) argue among each other. 

1: Quran 2:62 and Quran 5:48 show that 
God is protecting the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Quran until the Day of Judgement as proof to every generation of humans that God is real.
2. The Quran confirms the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil. 
God would not say the Quran confirms the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and then allow the proof of God in the Quran to be lost by allowing the Torah Taurat that is with the Jews today and the Gospel Injil that is wth the Christians today to be corrupted.
This means the Torah Taurat today and the Gospel Injil today and the Quran today are the truth and they are protected by 
God so that no Jew or Christian or Muslim will be able to say in the hereafter that they were misled by Books of God that were not protected.
3. 
God will double the reward in the hereafter to Jews and Christians who accepted Islam.
Quran 28:54 Verse 28:54 They (the Jews who truly believe the Torah Taurat and the Christians who truly believe the Gospel Injil and who then accept 
God’s Quran) shall be given their reward twice (meaning that their reward in the hereafter shall be increased two times once for their belief in God when they were Jewish or Christian and once for their belief in God when they accepted Islam and became Muslim), because they are steadfast (in their belief in Godand they repel evil with good (deeds) and they spend (in charity) from what We (Godhave provided to them.

Video: Does the Qur'an say that Jews, Christians and Sabians will be rewarded?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZiNTHms8pro 


Quran 4:136 Verse 4:136 All you who believe, have faith in God and His (God’s) messenger (Prophet Muhammad) and the Book (of God, the Quran) which He (God) has revealed to His (God’s) messenger (Prophet Muhammad) and the Book which He (God) revealed to those before (to the Jews in the Torah Taurat and to the Christians in the Gospel Injil), and whoever has no faith in God, His (God’s) angels,His (God’s) Books, His (God’s) messengers (prophets), and the Last Day (the Day of Judgement) then he has strayed far away (from God).


In Quran 4:136 God said whoever has no faith in God's Books has strayed far away from God.
This is proof from God that all the Books of God are protected for every people until the Day of Judgement.
If you believe humans changed the Torah Taurat that is with the Jews today then you have no faith in God (Quran 4:136).
If you believe humans changed the Gospel Injil that is with the Christians today then you have no faith in God (Quran 4:136).
If you believe humans changed the Koran Quran that is with the Muslims today then you have no faith in God (Quran 4:136).


Did God swear the truth on the Torah Taurat in Quran 52:1 – 52:3 and then allow humans to change the word of God in the Torah Taurat? That is impossible.
In Quran 52:1 – 52:3 God swears to the truth on the Torah Taurat scrolls that are unrolled when they are read today and read 1400 years ago in every Jewish synagogue. 
In the Quran God would not swear by the Torah Taurat scrolls if they were corrupted. 
No one can change the word of God because God protects His Books the Torah Taurat for the Jews and the Gospel Injil for the Christians and the Koran Quran for the Muslims until the Day of Judgement.


Quran 52:1 Verse 52:1 (I God swear to the truth) bthe Mount (mountain at Mount Sinai which represents Prophet Moses Musa in Quran 26:1, 27:1, 28:1, 36:1, 42:2 and 95:2 and is the place where God revealed the Torah Taurat to Prophet Moses Musa) –
Quran 52:2 Verse 52:2 And (I God swear to the truth) by a written Book (which is the Torah Taurat that is) –
Quran 52:3 Verse 52:3 in an unrolled parchment (which is the Torah Taurat in a rolled parchment that is unrolled when it is read) 


See 1. The proof that God is real is God protects His word.

God protects the Torah, Gospel and Quran.
God protects the word of God.
God confirms that the Torah Taurat that is with the Jews today and the Gospel Injil that is with the Christians today and the Koran Quran that is with the Muslims today all belong to God by revealing the meaning to this generation of ALM ALR ALMR ALMS HM TH TS TSM YS ASQ KHYAS N Q S. 

The meaning of الم الر المر المص حم طه طس طسم يس عسق كهيعص ن ق ص

معنى الم الر المر المص حم طه طس طسم يس عسق كهيعص ن ق ص

003 god/verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-meaning-of-the-mysterious-letters-in-the-quran

003a allah/verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-meaning-of-alm-and-other-letters-in-the-quran  

003b allah/ayah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-meaning-of-the-disconnected-letters-in-the-quran 

003c allaah/verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/14-letters-in-29-chapters-of-the-quran 

003d allaah/ayah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/14-letters-in-29-surahs


See 2. Are there abrogated verses in the Quran? 

Does one verse in the Quran abrogate another verse in the Quran? 

Does one ayah in the Quran abrogate another ayah in the Quran? 

Nasikh and Mansukh. Nasikh wal Mansukh. 

004 god/verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/are-there-abrogated-verses-in-the-koran 

004a allah/verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/are-there-abrogated-verses-in-the-quran 

004b allah/ayah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/are-there-abrogated-ayah-in-the-quran 

004c allaah/verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/nasikh-and-mansukh  

004d allaah/ayah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/nasikh-wal-mansukh 


1b. What is righteousness?

What is a righteous life?

A righteous life is a life of good deeds, a life of seeking the truth and a life of patience.

Quran 103:2 Verse 103:2 Humans are lost (from the mercy of God) -

Quran 103:3 Verse 103:3 Except those who believe and who do righteous deeds and who encourage each other to the truth and encourage each other to have patience.


1c. Belief without good deeds is a false belief in God.

Satan Shaitan believes in Allah but it is a false belief because Satan Shaitan does not do good deeds.

The wife of Prophet Lot Lut did not do good deeds because she followed the law of Sodom which mistreated visitors who came to that city.


Quran 6:158 Ayah 6:158 "... belief in it (Allah and the Day of Resurrection and Judgement) shall not help any soul …. if in belief (he or she) did not earn good (by doing righteous deeds in their life). ....” 

Quran 41:8 Ayah 41:8 “For those who believe and do good deeds, for them is an everlasting reward (in Paradise Jannah).” 


 

Comment 2. The Kabah in Makkah.

The establishment of the Kabah. 

See Quran 2:125 - 2:127

Changing the direction for prayer from facing Jerusalem Al-Quds to facing the Kabah in Makkah.  See Quran 2:142 - 2:143

See here:

god/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-2-god-caused-him-to-die-for-a-hundred-years 

2a allah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-2-allah-caused-him-to-die-for-a-hundred-years

2b allah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-2-allah-caused-him-to-die-for-a-hundred-years  

2c allaah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-2-allaah-caused-him-to-die-for-a-hundred-years

2d allaah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-2-allaah-caused-him-to-die-for-a-hundred-years  

 

Quran 106:4 Verse 106:4 Who provides (the mercy of) food against hunger and protection against fear (of other people, so that the righteous among the humans fear only God).


Comment 1. Quran 106:4 states that God not stone idols is the provider of food and protection.

 

1a. God has authority to terrify humans. 

God has not given humans authority to terrify other humans. 

Humans must only fear God. 

It is not fitting to cause a human to fear other humans more than they should fear God.

 

1b.  Why does God terrify humans? 

Quran 17:60 Verse 17:60 “.... We (God) warn (people to do what is good and avoid what is evil) and make them afraid (of God by describing the home for evil doers in Hell Fire Jahannam in the Hereafter) but it only increases them (some of the humans) in nothing but greater disobedience against God (and the commandment to do what is good and avoid what is evil).


1c. Why should humans fear God more than fearing humans? 

Fear no one but God. 

Quran 2:40 Verse 2:40 “…fear no one except Me (God).”  

Quran 2:150 Verse 2:150 “… So do not fear them (humans) but fear Me (God) so that I (God) may complete My (God’s) blessings on you and that you may walk on the right path.

Quran 2:155 Verse 2:155 “And We (God) shall test you with some fear …”

Quran 2:189 Verse 2:189 “… righteous (is the person) who fears God.”

Quran 3:173 Verse 3:173 Those to whom the people said, "the people have gathered against you so fear them" instead increased the faith of the faithful and they said, "God (alone) is all we need and He (God) is our best protector."

Quran 3:175 Verse 3:175 It is only Satan Shaitan that suggests that you fear his supporters, so do not fear them but fear Me (God), if you have (true) faith (in God).

Quran 4:77 Verse 4:77 “… then suddenly some of them feared humans as they feared God or even feared humans more than they feared God …. The Hereafter is much better for those who fear God …”

Quran 5:3 Verse 5:3 “… Today those without faith have despair of (not being able to destroy) your religion, so do not fear them (humans) but fear Me (God) instead. …”

Quran 5:44 Verse 5:44 “… So do not fear humans but fear Me (God)… Whoever does not judge by what God has revealed is a disbeliever in God.”

Quran 5:54 Verse 5:54 O you who have faith (in God), Whoever leaves his religion, (know that soon) God shall bring a people (to replace them) whom He (God) loves and who love Him (God) and (they shall be) humble toward those with faith (in God) and stern toward those without faith (in God), striving in the way of God and without fear of anyone who may criticize them. …”

Quran 9:13 Verse 9:13 “… Surely God has more right that you should fear Him (God), if you are (true) believers (in God).”

Quran 12:57 Verse 12:57 “… And the reward of the Hereafter is better for those who believe and who used to fear God. 

Quran 16:50 Verse 16:50 They (who believe in God) fear their Lord (God) above them (humans) and they do what they are commanded. 

Quran 16:52 Verse 16:52 To Him (God) belongs whatever is in the heavens and the earth and to Him (God) is due constant worship. Shall you then fear anyone other than God? 


1d. Do not make humans afraid of other humans. 

Teaching God’s word is better than terrorism. 

Teaching God’s word is better than intimidation. 

Do not make humans fear a human.

Fear God.

The correct belief is the belief that no person should be made to fear a human more than God.

The moderate belief is the belief that no person should be made to fear a human more than God.

The best belief is the belief that no person should be made to fear a human more than God.

The correct religion is the religion where no person is made to fear a human more than God.

The moderate religion is the religion where no person is made to fear a human more than God.

The best religion is the religion where no person is made to fear a human more than God. 


1e. Islam is the religion of moderation.

Extreme behaviour is not allowed in Islam.

Quran 2:143 Verse 2:143 And so We (God) have made you a moderate people (moderate nation, moderate community, a just and balanced community, sensible and reasonable community, pleasant and temperate community, not too little and not excessive but a medium community, not below expectation and not excessive but a middle community, community of the middle way, the best community, not extreme and not fanatical) so that you may be an example (of the best community, a moderate people, a just and balance nation) to all people and the Prophet is an example for you. We (God) determined the qiblah (qibla, the direction to face during prayer and changed it from facing the Holy Jewish Temple ruins in Jerusalem Al-Quds to facing the the Kaaba in Mecca Arabia today the Kabah in Makkah Saudi Arabia) only to test who followed the messenger (Prophet Muhammad) and who turned away. It is difficult (to pray and accept facing a new direction during prayer) except for those whom God has guided (on the right path to accept the change). God would not have caused you to lose your faith (with this test if your faith was genuine) because God is full of kindness and Most Merciful. – 


1f. The religion of Islam and the belief in Islam is correct in moderation. 

Religion and belief is not for God when it is extreme or fanatical. 

The correct belief is the belief that no person should be made to fear a human more than they fear God.

The moderate belief is the belief that no person should be made to fear a human more than they fear God.

The best belief is the belief that no person should be made to fear a human more than they fear God.

The correct religion is the religion where no person is made to fear a human more than they fear God.

The moderate religion is the religion where no person is made to fear a human more than they fear God.

The best religion is the religion where no person is made to fear a human more than they fear God.


Comment 2Religion and belief is not for God when it is extreme or fanatical. 

2a. What is a terrorist? 

Terrorism is the sin of killing innocent people.

Terrorism is the sin of killing innocent Muslims and innocent non Muslims.

A terrorist is a person who uses terrorism to achieve a political aim. 

Terrorism is a criminal act intended to provoke a state of terror in the general public by the use of violence (hostility, brutality, cruelty, aggression, and killing) and intimidation (threats, fear, coercion, bullying, and terrorization) in the pursuit of political aims. 

A terrorist deliberately (knowingly, intentionally, purposefully) attacks civilians (unarmed people, defenceless people, vulnerable people). 

No religion allows the deliberate killing of civilians. 

Nothing in any religion can justify the deliberate killing of civilians (unarmed people). 


2b. God protected the messenger of God from unknowingly committing the sin of terrorism in Quran 48:25.

Quran 48:25 Verse 48:25 They (the stone idol worshippers of Mecca Arabia today Makkah Saudi Arabia) are the ones who disbelieved (in God) and turned you (Prophet Muhammad) away from the Sacred Mosque (Al-Masjid-al-Haram in Makkah) and your offerings (of 70 camels to God for the feeding of the poor which) were prevented from reaching their place of sacrifice. (You would have been allowed to enter Makkah and fight for the sake of God to worship God at God’s Sacred Mosque in Makkah) if it were not that there were believing men and women who you did not know that you may have trampled (with your offerings of 70 camels that would have killed both the believers who you did not know and the non believers because of a stampede by those animals caused by fighting that God knew would occur) and so unknowingly you would have an evil deed against you(However God stopped you from entering Makkah) so that God might bring to His (God’s) mercy whom He (God) willed (by preventing you from making sin through your actions which would have killed innocent people). If they (the believers who you did not know and the wrongdoers who had sinned against God) had been apart (so that only the wrongdoers who had sinned against God were present) then We (God) would have punished those of them who disbelieved with a painful punishment (by allowing you into Makkah and allowing the animal stampede to occur to punish the stone idol worshippers who forbid your worship of God at the Sacred Mosque Al-Masjid-al-Haram in Makkah).

Note 1. In the Quran human actions that will result in the sudden killing of innocent people together with wrongdoers is not acceptable in the eyes of God.

 

 


 

 

Index:

The Quran Chapter 106 Quraish (Al-Quraish, Coreish, Koreish, Kureys, Quraish Tribe, Quraysh, Quresh, Qureshi, Qureysh, The Quraish, The tribe of Quraysh, Winter) in English.

 

 

A

 

 

B


Banu Quraish (Quraish, Banu Quraysh, Banu Quresh, Banu Qureshi, Banu Koreish, Banu Coreish, Banu Kureys, Bani Quraish, Bani Quraysh, Bani Quresh, Bani Qureshi, Bani Koreish, Bani Coreish, Bani Kureys, tribe in Mecca Arabia today Makkah Saudi Arabia. The tribe from which Prophet Muhammad originated).

Quraish 106:1 – 106:4

 

C

 

Caravan.

Caravan journeys 106:2

 

D

 

 

E

 

 

F

 

Fear.

God provides protection from the fear of humans 106:4

 

G                                                      

 

 

H

 

 

I

 

 

J

 

 

K

 

Kabah (al-Ka’bah, al-Kabah, Kaaba, Ka`abah, Kaabaa, Kaa'baah, Kaabaah, Kaabah, Ka'baa, Kabaa, Ka`baah, Kabaah, Ka'ba, Kaba, Ka`bah, Kabah, Qaaba, Qaabaa, Qa`abah, Qaabah, Qa'ba, Qabaa,  Qabaah, Qa`bah, Qabah, The Sacred House, The Sacred House of God, The Sacred Mosque, The Sacred Mosque of God, The Sacred Masjid, The Sacred Masjid of God, The sacred place of worship is at the sacred cube located inside Al-Masjid-al-Haram in Mecca Arabia today Makkah Saudi Arabia).

Worship the Lord (God) of the house 106:3 – 106:4

 

L

 

 

M

 

Makkah.

See Mecca.

 

Mecca (Makah, Makkah, Makka, Makkah al-Mukarramah, mother of towns in Arabia, today Saudi Arabia).

The Kabah in Mecca (Makkah) 106:3

 

N

 

 

O

 

 

P

 

 

Q

 

Quraish.

See Banu Quraish

 

R

 

 

S

 

 

T

 

 

U

 

 

V

 

 

W

 

 

X

 

 

Y

 

 

Z

 

 


 

 Interpretations of the Quran (Al-Quran, Al Quran).

 

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

 

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