6a. Quran chapter 6. Do not kill a person because Allah has forbidden killing.


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                                                              25 March 2018 (1439 AH).

 

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The Quran chapter  6. 

Do not kill a person because Allah has forbidden killing except in the matter of legal justice. 

See Quran 6:151 

Explain Quran 6:114
Explain Verse 6:114

See Quran 6:114

The Quran contains the perfected completed and protected revelations of Allah which include the protected recorded words of Prophet Muhammad.
Why will Muhammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30?
Why will Mahamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Mahammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Mahamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Mahammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Mahumad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Mahummad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Mahumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Mahummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Mahomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Mahommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Mahomot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Mahommot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Mehamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Mehammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Mohamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Mohammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Mohomed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Mohomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Mohommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Mohamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Mohammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Mohamod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Mohammod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Muhamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Muhamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Muhammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Muhumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Muhummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Muhumud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Muhummud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30?
Why will Prophet Muhammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mahamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mahammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mahamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mahammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mahumad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mahummad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mahumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mahummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mahomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mahommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mahomot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mahommot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mehamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mehammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mohamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mohammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mohomed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mohomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mohommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mohamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mohammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mohamod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Mohammod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Muhamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Muhamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Muhammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Muhumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Muhummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Muhumud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Prophet Muhummud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30?
Why will Hadhrat Muhammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mahamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mahammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mahamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mahammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mahumad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mahummad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mahumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mahummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mahomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mahommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mahomot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mahommot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mehamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mehammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mohamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mohammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mohomed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mohomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mohommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mohamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mohammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mohamod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Mohammod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Muhamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Muhamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Muhammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Muhumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Muhummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Muhumud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadhrat Muhummud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30?
Why will Hadrat Muhammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mahamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mahammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mahamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mahammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mahumad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mahummad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mahumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mahummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mahomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mahommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mahomot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mahommot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mehamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mehammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mohamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mohammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mohomed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mohomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mohommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mohamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mohammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mohamod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Mohammod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Muhamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Muhamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Muhammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Muhumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Muhummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Muhumud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hadrat Muhummud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30?
Why will Hajarat Muhammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mahamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mahammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mahamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mahammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mahumad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mahummad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mahumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mahummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mahomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mahommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mahomot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mahommot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mehamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mehammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mohamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mohammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mohomed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mohomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mohommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mohamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mohammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mohamod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Mohammod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Muhamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Muhamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Muhammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Muhumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Muhummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Muhumud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajarat Muhummud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30?
Why will Hajrat Muhammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mahamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mahammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mahamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mahammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mahumad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mahummad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mahumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mahummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mahomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mahommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mahomot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mahommot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mehamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mehammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mohamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mohammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mohomed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mohomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mohommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mohamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mohammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mohamod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Mohammod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Muhamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Muhamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Muhammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Muhumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Muhummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Muhumud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hajrat Muhummud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30?
Why will Hazarat Muhammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mahamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mahammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mahamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mahammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mahumad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mahummad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mahumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mahummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mahomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mahommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mahomot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mahommot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mehamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mehammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mohamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mohammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mohomed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mohomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mohommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mohamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mohammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mohamod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Mohammod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Muhamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Muhamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Muhammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Muhumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Muhummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Muhumud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazarat Muhummud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30?
Why will Hazrat Muhammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mahamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mahammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mahamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mahammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mahumad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mahummad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mahumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mahummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mahomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mahommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mahomot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mahommot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mehamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mehammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mohamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mohammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mohomed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mohomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mohommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mohamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mohammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mohamod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Mohammod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Muhamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Muhamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Muhammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Muhumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Muhummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Muhumud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Hazrat Muhummud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30?
Why will Naabi Muhammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mahamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mahammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mahamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mahammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mahumad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mahummad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mahumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mahummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mahomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mahommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mahomot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mahommot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mehamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mehammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mohamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mohammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mohomed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mohomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mohommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mohamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mohammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mohamod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Mohammod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Muhamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Muhamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Muhammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Muhumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Muhummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Muhumud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naabi Muhummud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30?
Why will Nabe Muhammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mahamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mahammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mahamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mahammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mahumad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mahummad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mahumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mahummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mahomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mahommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mahomot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mahommot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mehamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mehammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mohamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mohammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mohomed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mohomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mohommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mohamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mohammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mohamod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Mohammod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Muhamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Muhamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Muhammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Muhumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Muhummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Muhumud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabe Muhummud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30?
Why will Nabbi Muhammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mahamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mahammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mahamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mahammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mahumad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mahummad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mahumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mahummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mahomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mahommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mahomot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mahommot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mehamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mehammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mohamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mohammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mohomed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mohomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mohommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mohamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mohammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mohamod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Mohammod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Muhamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Muhamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Muhammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Muhumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Muhummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Muhumud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabbi Muhummud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30?
Why will Nabee Muhammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mahamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mahammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mahamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mahammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mahumad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mahummad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mahumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mahummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mahomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mahommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mahomot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mahommot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mehamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mehammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mohamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mohammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mohomed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mohomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mohommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mohamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mohammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mohamod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Mohammod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Muhamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Muhamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Muhammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Muhumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Muhummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Muhumud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabee Muhummud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30?
Why will Nabi Muhammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mahamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mahammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mahamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mahammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mahumad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mahummad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mahumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mahummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mahomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mahommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mahomot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mahommot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mehamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mehammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mohamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mohammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mohomed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mohomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mohommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mohamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mohammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mohamod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Mohammod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Muhamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Muhamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Muhammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Muhumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Muhummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Muhumud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabi Muhummud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30?
Why will Nabiy Muhammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahumad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahummad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahomot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahommot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mehamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mehammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
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Why will Nabiy Mohammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mohomed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mohomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mohommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mohamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mohammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mohamod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mohammod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Muhamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Muhamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Muhammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Muhumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Muhummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Muhumud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Muhummud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30?
Why will Nabiy Muhammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahumad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahummad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahomot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mahommot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mehamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mehammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mohamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mohammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mohomed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mohomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mohommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mohamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mohammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mohamod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Mohammod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Muhamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Muhamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Muhammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Muhumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Muhummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Muhumud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Nabiy Muhummud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30?
Why will Naby Muhammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mahamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mahammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mahamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mahammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mahumad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mahummad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mahumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mahummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mahomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mahommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mahomot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mahommot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mehamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mehammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mohamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mohammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mohomed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mohomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mohommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mohamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mohammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mohamod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Mohammod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Muhamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Muhamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Muhammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Muhumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Muhummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Muhumud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Naby Muhummud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30?
Why will Anabi Muhammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mahamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mahammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mahamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mahammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mahumad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mahummad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mahumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mahummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mahomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mahommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mahomot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mahommot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mehamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mehammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mohamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mohammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mohomed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mohomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mohommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mohamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mohammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mohamod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Mohammod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Muhamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Muhamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Muhammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Muhumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Muhummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Muhumud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Anabi Muhummud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30?
Why will Annabi Muhammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mahamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mahammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mahamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mahammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mahumad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mahummad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mahumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mahummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mahomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mahommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mahomot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mahommot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mehamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mehammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mohamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mohammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mohomed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mohomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mohommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mohamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mohammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mohamod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Mohammod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Muhamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Muhamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Muhammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Muhumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Muhummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Muhumud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Annabi Muhummud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30?
Why will Rasool Muhammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mahamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mahammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mahamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mahammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mahumad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mahummad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mahumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mahummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mahomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mahommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mahomot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mahommot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mehamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mehammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mohamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mohammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mohomed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mohomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mohommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mohamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mohammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mohamod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Mohammod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Muhamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Muhamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Muhammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Muhumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Muhummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Muhumud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasool Muhummud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30?
Why will Rasul Muhammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mahamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mahammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mahamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mahammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mahumad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mahummad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mahumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mahummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mahomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mahommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mahomot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mahommot say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mehamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mehammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mohamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mohammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mohomed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mohomet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mohommet say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mohamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mohammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mohamod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Mohammod say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Muhamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Muhamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Muhammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Muhumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Muhummed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Muhumud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rasul Muhummud say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30?
Why will Rusul Muhammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rusul Mahamad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rusul Mahammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rusul Mahamed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rusul Mahammed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rusul Mahumad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rusul Mahummad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
Why will Rusul Mahumed say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30? 
See Quran 6:21 and 6:112 – 6:113 and 6:151 comments.


The greatest sin against Allah in Islam.

Who commits a greater sin than the person who invents a lie against Allah?

1. Those that say Allah orders stoning to death in Islam when Allah made no such order in Allah’s Quran.

     1.1 Allah removed stoning to death for adultery.

2. Those that say Allah ordered Abraham Ibrahim to sacrifice Ishmael Ismail when Allah’s Quran says Allah ordered the sacrifice of the son that was “the good news” birth.

     2.1 Which son was to be sacrificed by Prophet Abraham Ibrahim?

     2.2 Prophet Muhammad hadith story about Ishmael Ismail.

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

3. Those that say Allah forbids music in Islam when Allah has made no such prohibition in Allah’s Quran.

See Quran 6:21 comments. 


Hadith. 

Haadeeth. 
Haadiith.
Haadith. 
Haadiths. 
Hadees. 
Hadeeth. 
Hadis.
True and false Hadith. 
True and false Haadeeth. 
True and false Haadiith.
True and false Haadith. 
True and false Haadiths. 
True and false Hadees. 
True and false Hadeeth. 
True and false Hadis.
See Quran 6:112 – 6:113 comments.


No one can change the word of Allah.

See Quran 6:115 


The Day of Judgement. 

The Day of Judgment. 

The Day of Resurrection. 

See Quran 6:158 comments.


Each soul earns the sins that are made by the person that possesses it. 

A soul does not earn any sin that is made by another person. 

See Quran 6:164




Information: The Quran chapter 6.

Order of Revelation: 55 (1 is the first revelation and 114 is the last revelation).

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

Number of Verses: 165 verses.


The Quran.
Chapter 6. 
Livestock (Al-Anaam).
English interpretations of the Quran.

The Quran Chapter 6 Livestock (Al-An’aam, Al-Anaam, Al-An'am, 'An-'aam, Cattle, The cattle, The grazing livestock) in English. 

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

Quran 6:0 Verse 6:0 In the name of Allah, The Most Kind, The Most Merciful.

 

Quran 6:1 Verse 6:1 Praise Allah who created the heavens and the earth and the darkness and the light. Those who disbelieve (that Allah is the creator of every creation) make others (that Allah has created to be) equal to Him (Allah).


Comment 1. Only Allah has the power to hear prayer.


1a. How do stone idol worshippers make others equal to Allah?

Stone idol worshippers pray to stone idols instead of praying only to Allah.


1b. How do some Christians make others equal to Allah?

Some Christians who believe in Trinity believe that Allah has three equal parts inside one godhead.

Some Christians pray to Jesus Isa and to dead human saints instead of praying only to Allah.


1b. Why is Jesus not Allah?

Why is Isa not Allah?

Jesus Isa is not Allah because no one including Jesus Isa knows the hour of the Day of Resurrection because only Allah knows.


Gospel of Mark 13:32 (Jesus Isa who was the prophet and messenger of Allah 2000 years ago said) "But as to that day or that hour (of the Day of Resurrection), no one knows, not even the angels in heaven  (the Holy Spirit and the other angels who are servants of Allah), not even the Son (Jesus Isa who is a servant of Allah), but only the Father (Allah who is the creator of every creation). 

Note 1. Only Allah knows the hour of the Day of Resurrection.

The Holy Ghost revealed to Jesus Isa that only Allah knows the hour of the Day of Resurrection therefore Jesus Isa is not Allah and the Holy Spirit is not Allah because both Jesus Isa and the Holy Spirit are created by Allah.

Note 2. What does Son mean?

Son means servant of Allah. 

The Quran warns against misunderstanding the meaning of son because some Christians thought that son was a real biological son instead of correctly knowing that son means servant of Allah.

 

Gospel of Matthew 24:36 (Jesus Isa who was the prophet and messenger of Allah 2000 years ago said) But as for that day and hour (of the Day of Resurrection), no one knows it except the Father (Allah) alone; not even the angels of heaven (the Holy Spirit and the other angels who are servants of Allah), not even the Son (Jesus Isa who is a servant of Allah). 

Note 1. Only Allah knows the hour of the Day of Resurrection.

The Holy Spirit revealed to Jesus Isa that only Allah knows the hour of the Day of Resurrection therefore Jesus Isa is not Allah and the Holy Spirit is not Allah because both Jesus Isa and the Holy Spirit are created by Allah.

Note 2. What does Father mean?

Father means Allah.

Allah is the father of every creation.

 

Quran 6:59 Verse 6:59 (Muhammad who was the prophet and messenger of Allah 1400 years ago said) And with Him (Allah) are the keys of the unseen (future). None but He (Allah) knows them (the future). And He (Allah) knows what is in the land and the sea. Not a leaf falls that He (Allah) does not know about. There is not a grain in the darkness of the earth or anything fresh (and green) or dry (and wilted), that is not (inscribed by Allah) in a clear record (called the Book of the Decrees of Allah).

Note 1. Only Allah knows everything.

Humans including Jesus and Muhammad and angels including the Holy Spirit are servants of Allah they are not Allah.


Quran 7:187 Verse 7:187 They ask you (Prophet Muhammad) about The Hour (of the Day of Resurrection) and when it shall come. Say, “Knowledge of this is with my Lord (Allah) only. He (Allah) alone shall make it happen at the proper time. It lays heavily on the heavens and the earth (because of the greatness of that event). It shall come to you suddenly. They question you as if you might be well informed of it. Say, “Knowledge of it is with Allah only, but most of the people do not know that (because they think others have this knowledge).”

Note 1. Only Allah knows the hour of the Day of Resurrection.

The Holy Spirit revealed to Muhammad that only Allah knows the hour of the Day of Resurrection therefore Moses Musa and Jesus Isa and Muhammad are not Allah and the Holy Spirit is not Allah because both the humans (Moses Musa and Jesus Isa and Muhammad) and the angels (the Holy Spirit of Allah angel Gabriel Jibril) are created by Allah.

 

Quran 6:2 Verse 6:2 It is He (Allah) who created you from clay and gave you a term (a life span). A term that is fixed by Him (Allah) but still you (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca Arabia today Makkah Saudi Arabia) have doubt (in Allah).

 

Quran 6:3 Verse 6:3 He (Allah) is the (one) Allah in the heavens and in the earth. He (Allah) knows what you hide and what you reveal and He (Allah) knows what you earn (in reward or in punishment by your good and evil deeds, for your meeting with Allah in the hereafter).

 

Quran 6:4 Verse 6:4 Whatever message comes to them from their Lord (Allah) they (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca Arabia) turn away from it.

 

Quran 6:5 Verse 6:5 And they (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca) reject the truth when it (the Quran) came to them. But they shall see the truth (and the consequences in the hereafter) of what they used to mock.


Comment 1. In this life every human has freedom to find their belief.

Comment 2. The judge of belief in Allah is by Allah in the hereafter not by humans in this life.

See 1. Apostasy in Islam.

In the Quran Allah ordered freedom of religious belief 1400 years before the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

However incorrect understanding of the Quran and the hadith can cause wrongful killing of people in the name of Allah and in the name of human hadith stories.

298a allah/verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/apostasy-in-islam-a    

 

Quran 6:6 Verse 6:6 Have you not seen how many generations We (Allah) destroyed of people before you, people that We (Allah) had established on the earth more firmly than you (such as in the mighty empires of the past)? We (Allah) sent to them abundant rain from the sky and made rivers flow beneath them and then We (Allah) destroyed them for their sins and created after them new generations (of people).

 

Quran 6:7 Verse 6:7 If We (Allah) had sent to you (Prophet Muhammad) writing on a page that they (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca) could touch with their hands then those without faith would have said, “This is nothing but magic (deception, fake, a fraud).”

 

Quran 6:8 Verse 6:8 They (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca) say, “Why has no angel been sent down to him (Prophet Muhammad)?” If We (Allah) sent down an angel then the matter (of the people’s belief in Allah) would have already been judged (by Allah) and (the people would have) no more time (to consider their belief in Allah and the angels would deliver Allah’s judgement and punishment to them for their disbelief in their creator).

Comment 1. See Quran 6:5 comments.

 

Quran 6:9 Verse 6:9 If We (Allah) had sent an angel We (Allah) would have sent him in the form of a man and We (Allah) would see the (people) just as confused as they are now confused (in their mistaken belief in stone idol worship and in their disbelief in Allah).

 

Quran 6:10 Verse 6:10 Messengers (of Allah) have been mocked before you (Prophet Muhammad), but what they mocked (which was Allah), surrounded the mockers among them (and recorded what they said and did so that they shall not be able to deny that Allah’s punishment of them in the hereafter is based on the evil they had done in their life).

 

Quran 6:11 Verse 6:11 (Prophet Muhammad) say (to the people) travel on the earth and see (the Nabataean Thamud monuments such as the buildings carved into the mountain in Petra Raqmu Al-Batra in Jordan and the Nabataean Thamud monuments such as the buildings carved into the mountain south of Petra in Al-Hijr known earlier as Hegra in the Province of Al Madinah, Al-Hejaz, Saudi Arabia in Quran 7:74, Quran 15:82 and Quran 89:9 and the statues and the pyramids in Egypt that were made to false gods and which no people worship today and see) what happened in the end to the rejecters (of belief in Allah the creator of every creation. Did the buildings in Petra Raqmu Al-Batra in Jordan and south of Petra in Al-Hijr known earlier as Hegra in the Province of Al Madinah, Al-Hejaz, Saudi Arabia and the statues and the pyramids in Egypt which no people worship today and which you can still see on the land today help them in Quran 7:78, Quran 15:83 – 15:84, and Quran 89:6 – 89:13? Those people and their offspring cannot be seen today. Indeed the Quran explains that such monuments have been left on the earth to confirm what Allah has revealed so protect the signs of Allah for every generation of humans see http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/1293

Comment 1. See Museums in Islam in Quran 47:20 comments here: 

47a allah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-47-allah-ordered-protection-to-every-monastery-church-synagogue-and-mosque 


Comment 2. See travel in space in Islam in Quran 3:137 comments here: 

3a allah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-3-kill-the-prophets-of-allah

 

Quran 6:12 Verse 6:12 Ask (them Prophet Muhammad), “To who belongs all that is in the heavens and the earth?” Say (Prophet Muhammad), “(It all belongs) to Allah. He (Allah) has decreed that He (Allah) shall rule with mercy (toward those with faith) when He (Allah) brings you all together to the Day of Resurrection, (a day) in which there is no doubt. (As for) those who have ruined their souls they are the ones without faith (in Allah).

 

Quran 6:13 Verse 6:13 To Him (Allah) belong all that live in the night and in the day. He (Allah) is the one who hears and knows all things.

 

Quran 6:14 Verse 6:14 Say, “Shall I (Prophet Muhammad) choose for a protector anyone other than Allah, the creator of the heavens and the earth, Who feeds (us) and is never fed (Himself)?” Say, “I (Prophet Muhammad) am ordered to be the first (among you, the idol worshipping people in Mecca Arabia today Makkah Saudi Arabia) to surrender (to Allah) and you (Prophet Muhammad) should not be an idol worshipper (meaning, do not pray to anyone except Allah who created you and every other creation).”

 

Quran 6:15 Verse 6:15 Say, “I (Prophet Muhammad) fear the penalty of an awful day (the Day of Judgement in the hereafter) if I (Prophet Muhammad) disobey my Lord (Allah).”

 

Quran 6:16 Verse 6:16 On that day (the Day of Judgement), the person who avoids the penalty (of punishment from Allah) has truly received the mercy of Allah. That is the success of their life (that is rewarded in the hereafter).

 

Quran 6:17 Verse 6:17 If Allah touches you with harm then nobody can remove it except Him (Allah) and if He (Allah) touches you with good (then then nobody can remove it except Allah) because He (Allah) is able to do all things.

 

Quran 6:18 Verse 6:18 He (Allah) is all-powerful over His (Allah’s) servants (who are all created by Allah) and He (Allah) is wise and knows all things.

 

Quran 6:19 Verse 6:19 Ask (Prophet Muhammad), “What thing is greatest as a testimony?” Say (Prophet Muhammad with this answer), “Allah is the witness between you and me that this Quran has been revealed to me so that I may warn you with it and all whom it may reach. Do you truly testify that with Allah there exist other gods?” Say, “I do not testify.” Say, “He (Allah) is the only Allah. I am innocent of what (sin you do when) you associate (others with Allah by praying to anyone except Allah because creations have no power to hear prayer. Only Allah who creates every creation has the power to hear prayer. Every creation is only a servant of Allah. No creation is Allah).


Comment 1. Why is nothing on the Earth Allah?

Gospel of Matthew 23:9 And call no one on earth your Father (Allah), because there is only one Father (Allah) for you, the heavenly one.

Note 1. Allah is not in one place but to show that Jesus Isa who is speaking on the Earth is not Allah the expression Allah in heaven is used.

Note 2. What does Father mean?

Father means Allah.

Allah is the father of every creation.

Gospel of John 1:18 No one has ever seen Allah (because Allah is not a creation so how do humans know that Allah is real? Some say Allah does not exist); but (2000 years agothe Only Begotten (meaning the only authorized) Son (meaning servant, was Jesus Isa because Jesus Isa was the one who received the favour and blessing and grace of being the human who Allah anointed as the prophet and messenger and messiah),who is at the Father's (Allah’s) side (meaning that Jesus Isa is among the righteous), he (Jesus Isa) has made him (Allah) known (through the Good News Gospel Injil and in this way Allah throughout human history has made Allah’s existence known by appointing human prophets and human messengers and human messiahs).

Note 1. No one has seen Allah however 2000 years ago Allah made Himself known to the heart of Jesus Isa through the Holy Spirit angel Gabriel Jibril.

Note 2. No one has seen Allah however 2000 years ago Jesus Isa who is the messenger of Allah has made Allah known by delivering the Good News Gospel Injil.

Note 3. Note 2. What does Son mean?

Son means servant of Allah.
The Quran warns against misunderstanding the meaning of son because some Christians thought that son was a real biological son instead of correctly knowing that son means servant of Allah.
Son of Allah means servant and slave of Allah in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran but some people have misunderstood Son to mean a biological relationship with Allah or a partnership with Allah.


Comment 2. See Quran 6:1 comments.

 

Quran 6:20 Verse 6:20 Those (Jews and Christians) to whom We (Allah) revealed the Scripture recognise (this revelation) as clearly as they recognise their sons. Those who have ruined their own souls do not have faith (in Allah).


Comment 1. Abdullah bin Salam also known as Rabbi Al-Husayn bin Salam, Rabbi Al-Husayn ibn Salam, Abdullah ibn Salam was the first Jewish Rabbi to become Muslim. 

It is reported he saw Prophet Muhammad when Prophet Muhammad migrated from Mecca (Makkah) to Yathrib (later known as Medina, Madinah) in 1 AH (622 CE, 622 AD). 

Rabbi Al-Husayn bin Salam is the one who is quoted to have said in Quran 2:146 “I recognise Muhammad is a Prophet of Allah as clearly as I would recognise my own son.”


Comment 2. Ashama bin Abjar also known as Ashama ibn Abjar, Negus of Abyssinia, the king of Abyssinia, Emperor of Aksum, King of Aksum, Al-Najashi of Aksum, in the Kingdom of Axum today in Eritrea and Ethiopia was the Christian King of Aksum (Ashama bin Abjar) who rejoiced in what was revealed in the Quran because it was the same as what was revealed in the Gospel Injil and so this was proof to him that the Quran is revealed by Allah and proof that Prophet Muhammad is Allah’s messenger. 

 

Quran 6:21 Verse 6:21 And who commits a greater sin than the person who invents a lie against Allah (by saying that Allah ordered things that Allah did not order such as you can pray to statues, the Sun, the Moon, dead people, saints, prophets and anything that Allah created when in fact only Allah who is the creator of every creation has the power to hear prayer) or denies His (Allah’s) revelations (by saying that Allah ordered things that Allah did not order in what Allah has described as Allah’s completed and protected Quran)? Those wrongdoers shall not be successful (in the hereafter).

 

The greatest sin against Allah.

Who commits a greater sin than the person who invents a lie against Allah.

Quran 6:21 Verse 6:21 And who commits a greater sin than the person who invents a lie against Allah (by saying that Allah ordered things that Allah did not order) ..."


Comment 1. Who commanded stoning to death for adultery in Islam Allah or humans?

The judgement against stoning to death for adultery by Prophet Jesus Isa is confirmed by Prophet Muhammad in Quran chapter 24. 

Quran chapter 24. Stoning to death for adultery is not in the Quran. 

Stoning to death for adultery is in the unprotected word of humans in hadith stories not in the protected word of the Quran which is the hadith stories from Allah.

In the Quran the law for illegal sexual intercourse for unmarried Muslims is Quran 4:15 – 4:18.

In the Quran the law for adultery by married Muslims is Quran 4:25 and 24:1 – 24:2.

Forgiveness for all sins including adultery is in Quran 3:135  3:136, 4:17 – 4:18, 4:110, 25:68 – 25:71.

24a allah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-24-stoning-to-death-for-adultery-is-not-in-the-koran  


Comment 2. Who commanded no music, no musical instruments, and no singing in Islam Allah or humans?
Quran 6:21 Verse 6:21 And who commits a greater sin than the person who invents a lie against Allah (by saying that Allah ordered things that Allah did not order) ..."

Note 1, Hadith of Sahih Bukhari Volume 2 Book 15 Number 70 is narrated by Aisha (the wife of Prophet Muhammad) who said that, “Prophet Muhammad came to my house while two girls were singing beside me the songs of Buath (a story about the war between the two tribes of the Ansar, the Khazraj and the Aus, before the time of Islam). 
Prophet Muhammad lay down and turned his face to the other side.  
Then Abu Bakr came and spoke to me (Aisha, the wife of Prophet Muhammad) harshly saying, "musical instruments of Satan Shaitan near the Prophet?" Allah’s messenger (Prophet Muhammad) turned his face towards him (Abu Bakr) and said (to Abu Bakr), "Leave them (alone)."
When Abu Bakr became inattentive, I (Aisha, the wife of Prophet Muhammad) signaled to those girls to go out and they left. 
It was the day of 'Id, and the Black people were playing with shields and spears; so either I (Aisha) requested the Prophet Muhammad or he (Prophet Muhammad) asked me whether I would like to see the display. I replied “Yes”. 
Then Prophet Muhammad made me stand beside him and my cheek was touching his cheek and he was saying, "Carry on! O Bani Arfida," until I got tired. 
Prophet Muhammad asked me, "Are you satisfied (Is that sufficient for you)?" I replied “Yes” and he told me to leave. 
Note 2, No hadith story is guaranteed to be protected by Allah unless it is in the Koran Quran. 
2a. Is the Hadith of Sahih Bukhari Volume 2 Book 15 Number 70 confirmed by the Koran Quran?
The Koran Quran confirms Allah has not prohibited music, musical instruments and singing.
Quran 55:34 Verse 55:34 So which of the favours of your Lord (Allah) do you deny (is a favour from Allah to you)?
2b. Allah has not prohibited music, musical instruments or singing in the Torah Taurat or the Gospel Injil or the Koran Quran.

Comment 3. Who said humans changed the word of Allah in the Torah Allah or humans?

Who said humans changed the word of Allah in the Gospel Allah or humans?

Who said humans changed the word of Allah in the Koran Allah or humans?

Who said humans changed the word of Allah in the Taurat Allah or humans?

Who said humans changed the word of Allah in the Injil Allah or humans?
Who said humans changed the word of Allah in the Quran Allah or humans?

Quran 6:21 Verse 6:21 And who commits a greater sin than the person who invents a lie against Allah (by saying that Allah ordered things that Allah did not order) ..."


See 1. Allah protects the Torah Taurat, Gospel Injil and Koran Quran.

Allah protects His word.

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

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

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


See 2. The meaning of the mysterious letters in the Quran.

The meaning 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

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


See 3. 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. 

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


See 4. The Torah and Gospel and Quran are from one Allah.

The Taurat and Injil and Quran are from one Allah.

318A allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/torah-gospel-quran-are-from-one-allah 

See 5. The Sacrifice of Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Quran.

See Quran 37:99 - 37:113 here:

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


See 6. Humans did not change Ishmael and Isaac in the Torah and the Quran.

Humans did not change Ismail and Ishaq in the Taurat and Quran.

319A allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/humans-did-not-change-ismail-and-ishaq-in-the-taurat-injil-and-quran 

See 7. Prophet Muhammad hadith story about Prophet Ishmael Ismail. 

Prophet Ishmael Ismail had already passed the age at which he was ready to work which is the age when the son was to be sacrificed because before he again met Prophet Abraham Ibrahim he had already married twice and he was already working to support a second wife after divorcing his first wife. 

In two hadith stories Prophet Muhammad makes no mention of sacrifice because Prophet Ishmael Ismail is not the son to be sacrificed.

07A allah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/prophet-muhammad-hadith-about-prophet-ismail 


See 8. Haman is the same in the Torah and Quran.

Haman is the same in the Taurat and Quran.

320A allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/haman-is-the-same-in-the-taurat-and-quran 
 

Quran 6:22 Verse 6:22 And on the day (of Judgement) when We (Allah) gather them together We (Allah) shall say to those who associate others as partners (equal with Allah, when in fact it is only Allah who has the power to hear prayer), “Where are those whom you associated as partners (with Allah when you prayed to them instead of correctly praying only to Allah)?


Quran 6:23 Verse 6:23 Then they shall have no excuses and they shall say, “By Allah, our Lord, we were not sharing (our worship for you by praying to stone idols).”

 

Quran 6:24 Verse 6:24 See how they (the stone idol worshippers shall) deceive themselves, and that which they invented (by praying to a creation) shall have failed them.

 

Quran 6:25 Verse 6:25 On some of those (idol worshippers in Mecca) who listen to you (Prophet Muhammad) We (Allah) have placed veils (a covering) on their hearts so they cannot understand (what you say) and (Allah has made) their ears deaf (to the message of Allah because even) if they understood everything they would still not believe (in Allah). Even when they come to argue with you, those that disbelieve (in Allah) say, “This is nothing but the stories of people from the past.”


Comment 1. Why is the Koran the stories of people of the past?

Why is the Quran the stories of people of the past?

Quran 26:196 Verse 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 and the Gospel Injil). 
Quran 41:43 Verse 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.


1a. What is the truth?

Truth means these are not invented stories.

Truth means these are the stories inspired by belief in Allah.

Truth means these stories can be found in the Books of Allah, the Torah Taurat Jewish Bible and/or the Gospel Injil Christian Bible and/or other inspired writings.

 

Quran 6:26 Verse 6:26 And they (Abu Talib the uncle of Prophet Muhammad) forbid others (from hurting Prophet Muhammad) while they (Abu Talib) stay away from him (Prophet Muhammad and the message of Allah). They ruin nobody but their own soul but they do not realise it.

 

Quran 6:27 Verse 6:27 If you could see when they (those without faith in Allah) are put in front of the Fire (in the hereafter) and they say, “We wish we could be returned (to our previous life) then we would not reject the revelations of our Lord (Allah) and we would be one of the believers.”

 

Quran 6:28 Verse 6:28 No (they would not follow the correct path if they were returned from the hereafter back to earth because), it (the truth of Allah) has become clear to them (in the hereafter) which before (on the earth) they used to hide (with their disbelief in Allah) and if they were returned (to the earth) they would return to do what is forbidden (and disbelieve in Allah). No (they would not follow the correct path if they were returned to earth) they are liars (when they shall say in the hereafter that they would follow the correct path. In the world humans are not aware of what their soul has seen in the hereafter and that is why the sinful would not change their behaviour if they returned to Earth).


Comment 1. When the soul is returned to awaken the human body the human is not aware of what their soul had seen in the hereafter.

Quran 6:60 Verse 6:60 He (Allah) is the one who takes your souls at night (when you sleep) and He (Allah) knows everything you did in the day. Then He (Allah returns your soul and) wakes you again so that your life span may be fulfilled. Afterward (when you die) to Him (Allah) you (your soul) shall return (in the Hereafter). Then He (Allah) shall inform you of what you used to do.


Quran 39:42 Verse 39:42 Allah takes the souls at the time of their death and those that do not die He (Allah takes their soul) during their sleep. He (Allah) keeps those (souls) for which He (Allah) had decreed death and sends the rest (of the souls to awaken the body after sleep) for a predetermined period of time (after which they return to sleep again or die). In this are signs (of Allah) for people who think.

 

Quran 6:29 Verse 6:29 And they (those without faith in Allah) say, “There is nothing except our life in this world and we shall not be resurrected (in a hereafter).”

 

Quran 6:30 Verse 6:30 If you could see when they (those without faith in Allah) are in front of their Lord, He (Allah) shall say, “Is this (your resurrection) not real?” They shall say, “Yes, our Lord.” He (Allah) shall say, “Now taste the punishment (in the hereafter) for your disbelief (in Allah during your lifetime).”

 

Quran 6:31 Verse 6:31 They (who are without faith in Allah) are losers (in the hereafter). They deny they shall meet Allah until the Hour (of the Day of Resurrection in the hereafter) suddenly comes to them and then they shall say, “We regret giving no thought to it (the hereafter)” They bear their burdens (of sin) on their own backs (meaning, they sin by their own actions). It is (their own) evil that they bear (in sin).

Note 1. Quran 17:60 Verse 17:60 “.... We (Allah) warn (people to do what is good and avoid what is evil) and make them afraid (of Allah by describing the home for evil doers in Hell Fire in the Hereafter) but it only increases them (some of the humans) in nothing but greater disobedience against Allah (and the commandment to do what is good and avoid what is evil). 

 

Quran 6:32 Verse 6:32 The life of this world is amusement and diversion but the best home is in the Hereafter for those that keep their duty of faith in Allah. Do you not understand?

 

Quran 6:33 Verse 6:33 We (Allah) know how their talk grieves you (Prophet Muhammad) but they (those without faith in Allah) do not deny you (Prophet Muhammad) but it is the revelations of Allah that the wicked (idol worshippers of Mecca) deny.

 

Quran 6:34 Verse 6:34 Messengers have been rejected before you (Prophet Muhammad) and they (Allah’s messengers) were patient with the rejection and the persecution until Our (Allah’s) help reached them. Nobody can change the decisions of Allah. Already some revelations have reached you about the messengers (that Allah sent before you Prophet Muhammad).

 

Quran 6:35 Verse 6:35 If their (the disbelievers) rejection (of the message of Allah) is grieving you (Prophet Muhammad) and if you can (do the impossible such as) find a way down into the earth or a ladder up into the sky so that you may convince them (then do so, but remember that) if Allah willed then He (Allah) could have brought them all together and guided them (to accept the message from Allah that you delivered to them). Do not be among the ignorant (by grieving for those whom Allah has guided to disbelief in Allah).


Comment 1. Allah guides each human to belief or to disbelief.

Allah is the judge of belief and disbelief in the hereafter.

It is not for humans to punish disbelief in Allah because only Allah has such authority and wisdom.

Every human is given a lifetime to find their belief.

See Quran 6:5

 

Quran 6:36 Verse 6:36 Those who truly hear (and understand the message of Allah) shall accept it. As for the dead, Allah shall raise them up (alive in the hereafter on the Day of Resurrection) and to Him (Allah) they shall be returned (and judged).

 

Quran 6:37 Verse 6:37 They (the stone idol worshippers of Mecca) say, “Why has no sign (of Allah) been sent down with him (Prophet Muhammad) from his Lord? Say, “Allah is able to send down a sign but most of them do not know (the terrible consequences that follow for any people that then reject Allah).”

 

Quran 6:38 Verse 6:38 There is not a creature moving on the earth, nor a bird that flies with its wings that does not live in communities like you (people). We (Allah) did not leave anything out of the register (of what was, is and shall be). To their Lord (Allah) they (all the creatures that Allah created) shall be gathered (in the hereafter).

 

Quran 6:39 Verse 6:39 Those who reject Our (Allah’s) revelations are deaf and dumb and in complete darkness (as to the purpose of their life). Allah wills who shall be send astray and who He (Allah) shall place on a straight path (of guidance).


Comment 1. Allah guides each human to belief or to disbelief.

Allah is the judge of belief and disbelief in the hereafter.

It is not for humans to punish disbelief in Allah because only Allah has such authority and wisdom.

Every human is given a lifetime to find their belief.

See Quran 6:5

 

Quran 6:40 Verse 6:40 Say (Prophet Muhammad, to the stone idol worshippers in Makkah), “If the punishment of Allah (during this life) or the Hour (of the Day of Resurrection in the hereafter) came to you would you ask for help from anyone other than Allah (who created everything)? Reply truthfully.”

 

Quran 6:41 Verse 6:41 Call for help from Allah and He (Allah) shall remove (the distress) that you request if He (Allah) wills. Forget (praying to anything that is a creation such as idols and dead people which is) what you have made to be partners (with Allah which are creations just like you are a creation. Do not pray to any creation that is living or dead but pray only to Allah who is the creator of every creation).

Comment 1. See Quran 6:19 comments.

 

Quran 6:42 Verse 6:42 We (Allah) have sent (messengers) to peoples that were before you and We (Allah) troubled them with suffering and hardship so that they might humble themselves (to the will of Allah).

 

Quran 6:43 Verse 6:43 If only they had humbly believed (in Allah) when Our (Allah’s) punishment came to them. But (instead of belief in Allah) their hearts were hardened (to disbelieve in Allah) and the devil made all (the bad things) that they used to do seem attractive to them.

 

Quran 6:44 Verse 6:44 So, when they forgot (the punishment of suffering and hardship) they had received (as a warning to have faith in Allah) We (Allah) opened the gates of all (good) things to them and even as they were rejoicing for what they were given We (Allah) called them to account (with a greater punishment) and they suddenly (found that they) were in complete despair.

 

Quran 6:45 Verse 6:45 And so the last remnant of the people that did wrong was eliminated (and that is the punishment from Allah for those that ask for a sign from Allah and then ignore the sign). Praise is to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds (the creator of every creation).

 

Quran 6:46 Verse 6:46 Say (Prophet Muhammad, to the stone idol worshippers in Mecca Arabia today Makkah Saudi Arabia), “Imagine, if Allah would take away your hearing and your sight and seal your hearts. Which god could restore it (your hearing and your sight) to you except Allah (who created you)? See how We (Allah) show the revelations (of the Quran) to them and still they turn away.

 

Quran 6:47 Verse 6:47 Say, “What would be your situation if Allah’s punishment came to you and you were aware of it (in the day) or you were not aware (while sleeping at night)? Would any (people) be destroyed except the wrongdoers? (Meaning, none but the evil doers would be punished).

 

Quran 6:48 Verse 6:48 We (Allah) send the messengers (of Allah) only to give the good news (of the reward of Paradise in the Hereafter) and warn (of the punishment of Hell in the Hereafter). Whoever believes and does good shall have no fear and shall not grieve (in the Hereafter).

Note 1. Quran 17:60 Verse 17:60 “.... We (Allah) warn (people to do what is good and avoid what is evil) and make them afraid (of Allah by describing the home for evil doers in Hell Fire in the Hereafter) but it only increases them (some of the humans) in nothing but greater disobedience against Allah (and the commandment to do what is good and avoid what is evil). 

 

Quran 6:49 Verse 6:49 But for those who deny Our (Allah’s) revelations, they shall be punished for their disobedience (to Allah).

 

Quran 6:50 Verse 6:50 Say (Prophet Muhammad, to the stone idol worshippers in Mecca Arabia), I (Prophet Muhammad) do not say to you (that) with me are the treasures of Allah, nor that I (Prophet Muhammad) know the unseen (the future) and I do not say to you that I (Prophet Muhammad) am an angel. I (Prophet Muhammad) follow only that which is revealed to me. Say, “Is the blind man (the man with no faith in Allah) and the seeing (the man with faith in Allah) equal (in understanding)? Think about that.”

 

Quran 6:51 Verse 6:51 Warn with it (the Quran) those (believers in Allah) who fear that they shall be gathered to their Lord (Allah), that there is no protecting ally or intercessor except for Him (Allah) so they may guard themselves against evil (of mistakenly praying to anyone except Allah because only Allah has the power to hear prayer. All other prayer is misguided idol worship of things or people that Allah has created).


Comment 1. What is idol worship?

Why is idol worship misguided?.  See Quran 6:51

 

Quran 6:52 Verse 6:52 And (Prophet Muhammad) do not send away those (poor humble believers) who pray to their Lord (Allah) in the morning and the evening, seeking His (Allah’s) favour. You are not accountable for what they (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca) wish (meaning, you are not accountable if the wealthy stone idol worshippers in Mecca wish to send away the poor humble believers so that the wealthy people can sit with you) and they (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca) are not accountable for what you do (if you send away the poor humble believers), so (Prophet Muhammad) do not become a wrong doer by sending them (the poor humble believers) away (from you when the wealthy stone idol worshippers in Mecca want to sit with you).


Comment 1. Each person is responsible for their action.

Comment 2. Why does Allah forgive each new generation among the children of Israel?

A new generation of humans is not responsible for the sins they did not commit that is why Allah is always returning to give mercy to the children of Israel. See Quran 5:20  5:26 

 

Quran 6:53 Verse 6:53 We (Allah) test some of them (the wealthy people) through others (the poor people) to find if (the wealthy stone idol worshippers in Mecca) might say, “Are these (the poor people) the ones whom Allah (most) favours, among us?” Is not Allah the one who knows best who are (the people that are) grateful (to Him)?

 

Quran 6:54 Verse 6:54 When those who believe in Our (Allah’s) revelations come to you (Prophet Muhammad) say, “Peace be on you.” Your Lord (Allah) has promised His (Allah’s) mercy to whoever does evil through ignorance and repents afterward and then does the right thing, (for those that repent) He (Allah) is forgiving and merciful.


Comment 1. If you do evil by mistake how can you be forgiven?

See Quran 6:54

 

Quran 6:55 Verse 6:55 We (Allah) explain the revelations so that the path of righteousness (goodness, decency, morality, honesty) is made clear.

 

Quran 6:56 Verse 6:56 (Prophet Muhammad) say, (to the stone idol worshippers in Mecca Arabia today Makkah Saudi Arabia), “I am forbidden to worship those to whom you pray, except for Allah.” Say, “I shall not follow your desires because they would make me go astray and then I (Prophet Muhammad) would not be among the rightly guided.”

 

Quran 6:57 Verse 6:57 (Prophet Muhammad) say, (to the stone idol worshippers in Mecca), “I am following clear proof from my Lord (Allah) while you reject Him. I (Prophet Muhammad) am not (going towards) that (punishment in the Hereafter) for which you are impatient (to receive, because you pray to others instead of Allah. Allah created you and Allah is the only one that can hear prayer). The decision (of reward and punishment) is for Allah only. He (Allah) tells the truth and He (Allah) is the best of judges.”

 

Quran 6:58 Verse 6:58 (Prophet Muhammad) say, (to the stone idol worshippers in Mecca), “If I had (the sign from Allah) that you are impatient (to receive) then the matter (of who has belief in Allah and who has disbelief in Allah) would have been decided between you and me (and all those without belief in Allah would have been punished if after that sign they still did not believe).”

 

Quran 6:59 Verse 6:59 And with Him (Allah) are the keys of the unseen (future). None but He (Allah) knows them (the future). And He (Allah) knows what is in the land and the sea. Not a leaf falls that He (Allah) does not know about. There is not a grain in the darkness of the earth or anything fresh (green) or dry (wilted), that is not (inscribed by Allah) in a clear record (called the Preserved Book).


Comment 1. Why is Jesus not Allah? Why is Isa not Allah?

See Quran 6:1 comments.

 

Quran 6:60 Verse 6:60 He (Allah) is the one who takes your souls at night (when you sleep) and He (Allah) knows everything you did in the day. Then He (Allah returns your soul and) wakes you again so that your life span may be fulfilled. Afterward (when you die) to Him (Allah) you (your soul) shall return (in the Hereafter). Then He (Allah) shall inform you of what you used to do.

 

Quran 6:61 Verse 6:61 He (Allah) has all-power over His (Allah’s) servants. And He (Allah) sends (two angel) guardians (observers, watchers, listeners) over you (to record your deeds) until death comes to one of you (humans) when (at death) Our messengers (of death, the Angel of death) take your soul without failure (of this duty at the appointed time).

 

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

 

Quran 6:63 Verse 6:63 (Prophet Muhammad) say (to the stone idol worshippers in Mecca), “Who delivers you from the darkness (dangers) of the land and the sea when you pray in humility and alone to Him (Allah, saying), “If we are delivered from this (danger) we shall truly be thankful.”

 

Quran 6:64 Verse 6:64 (Prophet Muhammad) say, (to the stone idol worshippers in Mecca), “Allah delivers you from that (the dangers of the land and the sea) and from all kinds of troubles, yet you give Allah’s powers to others (when you mistakenly pray to the things or the people that Allah created instead of correctly praying only to Allah. Only Allah has power to hear prayer because Allah is the creator of every creation).”

 

Quran 6:65 Verse 6:65 Say, “He (Allah) is the one able to send punishment on you from above you or from below your feet, or to confuse you into sects and to make some of you taste violence of others.” See how We (Allah through angel Gabriel Jibril recited to Prophet Muhammad) explain the revelations so that they (the stone idol worshippers of Mecca) may understand (that their belief in stone idols is a false belief).

 

Quran 6:66 Verse 6:66 (Prophet Muhammad) your people (the stone idol worshipers in Mecca) have rejected it (Allah’s revelations) even though it is the truth. (Prophet Muhammad) say “I am not put in charge of you.” (I am only a warner. Your affairs are determined by Allah). (Continued in Quran 6:67).


Comment 1. What is the truth?

Truth means these are not invented stories.

Truth means these are the stories inspired by belief in Allah.

Truth means these stories can be found in the Books of Allah, the Torah Taurat Jewish Bible and/or the Gospel Injil Christian Bible and/or other inspired writings.

Quran 26:196 Verse 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 and the Gospel Injil). 
Quran 41:43 Verse 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.

 

Quran 6:67 Verse 6:67 – Everything (in life) comes to an end and you shall come to know (the truth of) it (now or in the hereafter).

 

Quran 6:68 Verse 6:68 And (Prophet Muhammad) when you see those (stone idol worshippers in Mecca) who make discussions by mocking Our (Allah’s) revelations (in the Quran), withdraw from them until they change the discussion. And if Satan Shaitan causes you to forget (this revelation), then after you remember (this revelation) do not continue to sit with the wrong doers.


Comment 1. When you hear mocking be patient but if the mocking continues then move away from the mockers.

 

Quran 6:69 Verse 6:69 Those who are righteous are not accountable for them (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca), but their only responsibility (in this matter) is to remind (them to avoid doing evil) so that they might (learn to) fear Allah. (Continued in Quran 6:70).

 

Quran 6:70 Verse 6:70 – And leave those who take their religion as an amusement and diversion, and who are captivated by the life of this world (without concern for their life in the Hereafter). Remind them (humans) of the following in case a soul is ruined by what (punishment) it earned. Other than Allah there is no protector or intercessor (that can help you in the Hereafter, prayer to anyone other than Allah is idol worship), and no ransom of any kind shall be accepted (in exchange for help in the Hereafter). Those who fail (in the Hereafter) shall do so on account of what they earned (from their evil deeds in this life). (In the Hereafter) their drink shall be boiling water which is a painful punishment because of their disbelief (in Allah).

Note 1. Quran 17:60 Verse 17:60 “.... We (Allah) warn (people to do what is good and avoid what is evil) and make them afraid (of Allah by describing the home for evil doers in Hell Fire in the Hereafter) but it only increases them (some of the humans) in nothing but greater disobedience against Allah (and the commandment to do what is good and avoid what is evil). 


Quran 6:71 Verse 6:71 (Prophet Muhammad) say, (to the stone idol worshippers in Mecca), “Shall we pray to someone other than Allah, (that is) to (someone) that cannot profit us or hurt us (like the stone idols in Mecca), and shall we turn back (to stone idol worship) after Allah has guided us (on the right path)? Like one that has been confused by devils and is obsessed with life on earth (without thought of the Hereafter) and whose companions invite them to their (stone idol) guidance (saying), “Come to us?” Reply (to the stone idol worshippers), “No, Allah’s guidance is the only (true) guidance and we are ordered to submit (ourselves) to the Lord of the Worlds,” (Continued in Quran 6:72).

 

Quran 6:72 Verse 6:72 – And to establish regular worship (prayers) and be careful of our duty to Him (Allah), and it is to Him (Allah) that we shall all be gathered.

 

Quran 6:73 Verse 6:73 It is He (Allah) who created the heavens and the earth as He (Allah) commanded it to be. He (Allah) says “Be (created)” and (whatever he commands) it is created, His (Allah’s) word is the truth. His (Allah’s) power to command on the day when the horn (trumpet) is blown (shall be the Day of Resurrection when Allah shall command the dead to come to life for Allah’s judgement of them). He (Allah) knows all that is unseen (the future) and all that is seen (the past and the present) and He (Allah) is wise and aware of all things.

 

Quran 6:74 Verse 6:74 (Mention) when Prophet Abraham Ibrahim said to his father Terah Azar, “Do you really believe that idols are gods? Because I see that you and your people are wrong. (Continued in Quran 6:75)

 

Quran 6:75 Verse 6:75 – And We (Allah) showed Prophet Abraham Ibrahim the (created Sun, the Moon and the stars in the) heavens and the (creations on the) earth so that he would be among those that had absolute faith (in Allah). (Continued in Quran 6:76)

 

Quran 6:76 Verse 6:76 – As evening came he saw a star in the night sky and he (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) said, “This (star) is my Lord (Allah).” But when the star (moved across the sky and) disappeared, he said “I do not love things that disappear (and reappear with regularity because they are creations and not the creator). (Continued in Quran 6:77)

 

Quran 6:77 Verse 6:77 And when he (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) saw the Moon rising, he said, “This is my Lord (Allah).” But when it (moved across the sky and) disappeared, he said, “Unless my Lord (Allah) guides me, I shall be among the people who are on the wrong path (to the truth).

 

Quran 6:78 Verse 6:78 And when he (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) saw the Sun rising, he said, “This is my Lord (Allah), (because) this is greater (than the stars and the Moon)” And when it (the Sun moved across the sky and) disappeared he said, “O my people (now I understand than everything I see is the creation of Allah) I am free from all the things that you associate (with Allah, because now I understand that what you see and say is Allah is not Allah but instead they are creations of Allah).


Comment 1. Why is nothing on the Earth Allah?

Gospel of Matthew 23:9 And call no one on earth your Father (Allah), because there is only one Father (Allah) for you, the heavenly one.

Note 1. Allah is not in one place but to show that Jesus Isa who is speaking on the Earth is not Allah the expression Allah in heaven is used.

Note 2. What does Father mean?

Father means Allah.

Allah is the father of every creation.

Gospel of John 1:18 No one has ever seen Allah (because Allah is not a creation so how do humans know that Allah is real? Some say Allah does not exist); but (2000 years agothe Only Begotten (meaning the only authorized) Son (meaning servant, was Jesus Isa because Jesus Isa was the one who received the favour and blessing and grace of being the human who Allah anointed as the prophet and messenger and messiah),who is at the Father's (Allah’s) side (meaning that Jesus Isa is among the righteous), he (Jesus Isa) has made him (Allah) known (through the Good News Gospel Injil and in this way Allah throughout human history has made Allah’s existence known by appointing human prophets and human messengers and human messiahs).

Note 1. No one has seen Allah however 2000 years ago Allah made Himself known to the heart of Jesus Isa through the Holy Spirit angel Gabriel Jibril.

Note 2. No one has seen Allah however 2000 years ago Jesus Isa who is the messenger of Allah has made Allah known by delivering the Good News Gospel Injil.

Note 3. What does Son mean?

Son means servant of Allah. 
The Quran warns against misunderstanding the meaning of son because some Christians thought that son was a real biological son instead of correctly knowing that son means servant of Allah.
Son of Allah means servant and slave of Allah in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran but some people have misunderstood Son to mean a biological relationship with Allah or a partnership with Allah.


Comment 2. See Quran 6:1 comments.

 

Quran 6:79 Verse 6:79 I (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) have turned my face to (worship) Him (Allah) who created the heavens and the earth and I am not one of the idol worshippers (who mistakenly say that a thing or a person that Allah created is Allah).


Comment 1. Why is Prophet Abraham Ibrahim not an idol worshipper?

See Quran 6:79 .

 

Quran 6:80 Verse 6:80 His people argued with him (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim). He (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) said, “Are you going to argue with me about Allah when he (the creator of everything) has guided me? I am not afraid of the things that you call god (they are idols because they are nothing but Allah’s creations, they are not Allah and your idols cannot cause any harm because) unless Allah wills (something to happen then) nothing (can happen). My Lord (Allah) is the Lord of all things and (the Lord of) all knowledge, do you not understand?

 

Quran 6:81 Verse 6:81 Why should I (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) fear the things (such as stone statues) that you associate (with Allah), when you do not fear to associate others (such as stone statues) with Allah for which He (Allah) has given you no permission. Which of the two of us is more secure (in belief), tell me if you know?

 

Quran 6:82 Verse 6:82 Those who have faith in Allah and do not caste doubt on their faith by doing what is wrong, for them is safety (from punishment in the hereafter) because they are rightly guided.


Comment 1. Those who do evil are showing doubt in their faith because they do not reject evil as Allah commanded.

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

 

Quran 6:83 Verse 6:83 That was Our (Allah’s) argument. We (Allah) gave it to Prophet Abraham Ibrahim (to be used) against (the arguments of) his people. We (Allah) raise the wisdom of whom We (Allah) willed. Your Lord (Allah) has all wisdom and knowledge.

 

Quran 6:84 Verse 6:84 And to him (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) We (Allah) gave Prophet Isaac Ishaq and (from Isaac Isaq came) Prophet Jacob Yaqub Israel and each of them We (Allah) guided. And before him (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) We (Allah) guided Prophet Noah Nuh and of his (Prophet Noah’s Nuh’s) descendants (Allah guided) Prophet David Dawud and Prophet Solomon Sulaiman and Prophet Job Ayub and Prophet Joseph Yusuf and Prophet Moses Musa and Prophet Aaron Harun. We (Allah) reward those who do good (by giving them Allah’s guidance).


Comment 1. Those who do what is good have been rewarded by Allah with correct guidance. See Quran 6:35 

 

Quran 6:85 Verse 6:85 And Prophet Zachariah Zakariya and Prophet John Yahya and Prophet Jesus Isa and Prophet Elijah Elias, all of them were among the righteous.

 

Quran 6:86 Verse 6:86 And Prophet Ishmael Ismail and Prophet Elisha Al-Yasha and Prophet Jonah Yunus and Prophet Lot Lut, all (of them) We (Allah) excelled among the people (of their time). (Continued Quran 6:87).

 

Quran 6:87 Verse 6:87 – And from among their descendants and their brethren We (Allah) also chose (the righteous people) and guided them on the right path.

 

Quran 6:88 Verse 6:88 This is the guidance of Allah in which He (Allah correctly) guides whom He (Allah) wills of His (Allah’s) servants. But if they had worshipped others (such as idols or anything or any person that Allah had created) instead of Him (Allah) then whatever they did would have brought no benefit (to them in the hereafter).

 

Quran 6:89 Verse 6:89 Those are the people to whom We (Allah) gave the Scripture and the understanding of the commandments and the prophethood. But if they (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca) disbelieve (the Scripture and the understanding of the commandments and the prophethood) then indeed We (Allah) shall entrust it to a people who shall not be disbelievers in it.

 

Quran 6:90 Verse 6:90 Those (prophets and messengers that bring faith in Allah) are guided by Allah so follow their guidance. Say (Prophet Muhammad, to the people), “I ask no reward from you for this (the Quran). It is a reminder (from Allah) to (His) creatures.”

 

Quran 6:91 Verse 6:91 They (some of the Jews in Arabia today Saudi Arabia who disbelieve Prophet Muhammad) do not give the true account about Allah when they say, “Allah has revealed nothing to any human.” Ask (them), “Who revealed the Scripture (the Torah Taurat that) Prophet Moses Musa brought and is a light and a guidance for people (who believe), and that you (the Jews in Arabia) have put on pages that you show but much of it (in the Torah Taurat) you hid (by not showing and ignoring the things you do not like)? And you (the Jews) were taught things (in the Torah Taurat) that neither you nor your fathers knew (except from the Torah Taurat). Say (Prophet Muhammad) “Allah (revealed the Torah Taurat to humans).” (If those among the Jews in Arabia continue to say that Allah has revealed nothing to any human) then leave them to amuse themselves in their senseless talk.


Comment 1. When people talk about religion without sense be patient but if they continue then move away from them.


Quran 6:92 Verse 6:92 And this (Quran) is a Book which We (Allah) have blessed and revealed, confirming what was revealed before it (in the Torah Taurat and in the Gospel Injil of Jesus Isa by Mark, Matthew, Luke and John) so that you (Prophet Muhammad) may warn the mother of cities (in Mecca Arabia today Makkah Saudi Arabia where in Quran 22:29 and Quran 22:33 the Kabah in Makkah is called “the ancient House”. In Quran 10:16 “... I Prophet Muhammad lived among you the stone idol worshippers of Makkah all my life before it the Quran was revealed to me …” meaning the Quran was revealed to warn the people of Makkah and its nearby towns. In Quran 62:2 it is Allah who has sent to the unlettered people meaning the people who are uneducated in the Scriptures a messenger Prophet Muhammad who is from among them the people of Makkah Arabia, to recite to them Allah’s revelations and clean them of their sins of worshipping stone statues as idols that represent god and teach them the Book the Quran and wisdom meaning the Quran was revealed to warn the people of Makkahand those around it (of Allah’s reward and punishment in the hereafter). Those who believe in the Hereafter believe it (the Quran) and they carefully observe their prayers (to Allah).

 

Quran 6:93 Verse 6:93 Who is more wicked than the person who invents a lie against Allah, or says, “I am inspired (by Allah)” when nothing has been inspired in them (by Allah), and who says, “I can reveal something (invented that is) similar to what Allah has revealed?” If you could see when the wicked reach the time of death and the angels stretch out their hands (saying), “Give up your souls, today (in the hereafter) you are awarded the punishment of a terrible humiliation for the false things you said about Allah, and for the disrespect you use to give to His (Allah’s) revelations.”


Quran 6:94 Verse 6:94 (On their resurrection, it shall be said to them) now you have come by yourself (alone) to Us (Allah) as We (Allah) first created you (by yourself meaning alone), and you have left behind all that We (Allah) bestowed upon you (in your life) and We (Allah) do not see with you those intercessors (such as idols or other created things or people) that you claimed (by your prayers to them, that they) would have a share in helping you (in the hereafter). Now the bond between you and what you believed (intercessors in the hereafter) has failed you.

 

Quran 6:95 Verse 6:95 It is Allah who splits and sprouts the grain of corn and the fruit-stone. He (Allah) brings life to the dead, and (Allah) brings death to the living. This is Allah (and Allah’s doing). How then are you able to reject (faith in Allah)?

 

Quran 6:96 Verse 6:96 He (Allah) makes the day break (to remove the night) and He (Allah) has made the night (the time) for rest, and the Sun and the Moon for calculating (the time). That is the design made by (Allah) the all mighty and the all wise.

 

Quran 6:97 Verse 6:97 And it is He (Allah) who has positioned the stars for you so that you may guide your course by them (stars) through the darkness on land and sea. We (Allah) have made clear Our (Allah’s) revelations for people who have understanding.

 

Quran 6:98 Verse 6:98 And it is He (Allah) who has created you from a single soul (Adam) and (has given you) a habitat (a home in this life) and a place of storage (within your father’s loins and your mother’s womb). We (Allah) have made clear Our (Allah’s) revelations for people who have understanding.

 

Quran 6:99 Verse 6:99 And it is He (Allah) who sends water down from the sky and thereby We (Allah) bring forth with it (the water) vegetation of every kindWe (Allah) bring forth green plants, We (Allah) bring forth from it (the water) thick clustered grain, And out of the spathe  of the date-palm are low hanging spathe  clusters of dates, and gardens of grapes and the olives and the pomegranate similar (in their kind) and different (in their variety). Look at its fruit when it bears fruit and (look at) its ripening. Surely in these (what you see) are signs (of the creator) for a people who believe (in Allah).

Comment 1. Creation is the same story in the Quran and Torah. See Quran 41:9 comments.

 

Quran 6:100 Verse 6:100 Yet they (some of the people) associate (the invisible) jinn as being partners with Allah, although He (Allah) created them (the Jinn), and without knowledge they falsely claim that He (Allah) has (real biological) sons (or male partners. A Jew among a group of Jews in Yathrib Arabia said Prophet Ezra Uzair is the son of Allah) and (real biological) daughters (or female partners. The Arab idol worshippers of Makkah Arabia said that angels are the daughters of Allah). Glory belongs only to Him (Allah and not to creations that are living or dead). He (Allah) is exalted high above what they say (when they claim that creations that are living or dead have the same power to hear prayer as Allah because only Allah has the power to hear prayer. Creations that are alive or dead have no power to hear prayer).

 

Comment 1. The only Jews reported to have said that Prophet Ezra Uzair is the son of Allah were in Arabia at the time of Prophet Muhammad. 

Today no Jews believe that Prophet Ezra Uzair is the son of Allah unless the word son means servant.

Every human is a willing or unwilling servant of Allah.   

Comment 2. Today no Arabs believe that angels are the daughters of Allah.  

Comment 3. Today some Christians believe that Prophet Jesus Isa is the son of Allah or Allah Himself or both the son of Allah and Allah himself.  

Other Christians correctly know that son means servant and that Jesus Isa is a willing servant of Allah.

Comment 4. Allah is not a Trinity in the Gospel.

Allah is not a Trinity in the Injil.

The Gospel and the Koran support and explain each other.

The Injil and the Quran support and explain each other.

See 1. The 8 signs of Prophet Muhammad in the Gospel of Mark. 

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-mark-1-5 
See 2. The 50 signs of Prophet Muhammad in the Gospel of Matthew. 
https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-matthew-1-7 
See 3. The 377 signs of Prophet Muhammad in the Gospel of Luke. 
https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-377-signs-of-prophet-muhammad-in-the-gospel-of-luke 
See 4. The hundreds of signs of Prophet Muhammad in the Gospel of John. 
https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-1-3 

 

Quran 6:101 Verse 6:101 How can the originator of the heavens and the earth have a child when He (Allah) has no wife? He (Allah) created all things and (He) knows all things.


Comment 1. What does Son mean?

Son means servant of Allah. 

The Quran warns against misunderstanding the meaning of son because some Christians thought that son was a real biological son instead of correctly knowing that son means servant of Allah.

Comment 2. What does Father mean?

Father means Allah.

Allah is the father of every creation.

Gospel of John 1:18 No one has ever seen Allah (because Allah is not a creation so how do humans know that Allah is real? Some say Allah does not exist); but (2000 years agothe Only Begotten (meaning the only authorized) Son (meaning servant, was Jesus Isa because Jesus Isa was the one who received the favour and blessing and grace of being the human who Allah anointed as the prophet and messenger and messiah),who is at the Father's (Allah’s) side (meaning that Jesus Isa is among the righteous), he (Jesus Isa) has made him (Allah) known (through the Good News Gospel Injil and in this way Allah throughout human history has made Allah’s existence known by appointing human prophets and human messengers and human messiahs).

Note 1. No one has seen Allah however 2000 years ago Allah made Himself known to the heart of Jesus Isa through the Holy Spirit angel Gabriel Jibril.

Note 2. No one has seen Allah however 2000 years ago Jesus Isa who is the messenger of Allah has made Allah known by delivering the Good News Gospel Injil.


Comment 3. Why is Jesus not Allah?

Why is Isa not Allah?

See Quran 6:1 comments.

 

Quran 6:102 Verse 6:102 Allah is your Lord. There is no other Allah except Him, the creator of all things, so worship Him. He (Allah) takes care of all things.


Comment 1. Who is the Allah of Jesus?

Who is the Allah of Isa?

Jesus Isa believes in one Allah.

Jesus Isa believes that there is one creator of all creation.

Jesus Isa believes in one Allah who created Jesus Isa and who created every other creation.

The Allah who creates every human is the same Allah who created Jesus Isa.

Gospel of John 20:17 Jesus Isa said … “I (Jesus Isa) am ascending to my Father and your Father; to my Allah and your Allah.”

Note 1. Jesus Isa believes in one Allah.


Comment 2. Why should Jews today be happy to believe in Jesus Isa?

Jesus Isa is one of the great Jewish prophets.

Jesus Isa confirmed everything that was revealed before him in the Torah Taurat.

Jesus Isa added to the wisdom of Judaism in the Gospel Injil.


Quran 6:103 Verse 6:103 Nobody can see Him (Allah) but He (Allah) can see everything (that He has created). He (Allah) is subtle (Allah’s will is revealed every second) and He (Allah) is aware of all things.


Comment 1. Nobody has seen Allah.

Gospel of John 1:18 No one has ever seen Allah ...."

Quran 6:103 Verse 6:103 Nobody can see Him (Allah) ..."


Gospel of John 1:18 No one has ever seen Allah (because Allah is not a creation so how do humans know that Allah is real? Some say Allah does not exist); but (2000 years agothe Only Begotten (meaning the only authorized) Son (meaning servant, was Jesus Isa because Jesus Isa was the one who received the favour and blessing and grace of being the human who Allah anointed as the prophet and messenger and messiah),who is at the Father's (Allah’s) side (meaning that Jesus Isa is among the righteous), he (Jesus Isa) has made him (Allah) known (through the Good News Gospel Injil and in this way Allah throughout human history has made Allah’s existence known by appointing human prophets and human messengers and human messiahs).

Note 1. No one has seen Allah however 2000 years ago Allah made Himself known to the heart of Jesus Isa through the Holy Spirit angel Gabriel Jibril.

Note 2. No one has seen Allah however 2000 years ago Jesus Isa who is the messenger of Allah has made Allah known by delivering the Good News Gospel Injil.

 

Quran 6:104 Verse 6:104 Revelations have come to you (Prophet Muhammad) from your Lord (Allah), so whoever sees (understands the revelations of Allah) shall do so for the benefit of their soul (in the hereafter), and whoever is blind (does not understand the revelations of Allah), is blind to the harming of their soul (in the hereafter). And say, “I (Prophet Muhammad) am not a guardian over you (I am only a messenger of Allah).”

 

Quran 6:105 Verse 6:105 We (Allah through angel Gabriel Jibril recited to Prophet Muhammad) explain Our (Allah’s) revelations and so they (the disbelievers) may say (to you, Prophet Muhammad), "You have studied (the Jewish Torah Taurat and the Christian Gospel Injil and made from them the Koran Quran)" but We (Allah) make it (the revelations in the Quran) clear for people who have understanding.

 

Quran 6:106 Verse 6:106 Follow what is inspired in you (Prophet Muhammad) from your Lord (Allah), there is no Allah except Him (Allah) and turn away from the idol worshippers (in Mecca).

 

Quran 6:107 Verse 6:107 If Allah had willed then they would not have been idol worshippers. We (Allah) have not made you (Prophet Muhammad) to be a guardian over them and you are not responsible for them.

 

Quran 6:108 Verse 6:108 Do not insult those (idols) to whom they (the stone idol worshippers) pray in case (by replying to your abuse) they insult Allah without knowledge (of the sin they are committing). To every community We (Allah) have made their deeds (actions) seem reasonable (normal). Then to their Lord (Allah) they shall return and He (Allah) shall tell them about what they used to do.


Comment 1. Do not abuse other religions.

Do not abuse other beliefs.

In the time when stone idol worshipping existed in Mecca Allah forbade abuse between religions so as to avoid sin that can result when disrespect from one human can cause another human to retaliate with an equal blasphemy.

 

Quran 6:109 Verse 6:109 And they (the idol worshippers in Mecca, Arabia) swear their strongest oath to Allah that if a sign of Allah comes to them (of what they requested) then they shall believe it. Say (to them), “Signs of Allah are in the power of Allah (He sends them as and when He wills). How would you know that if it (Signs of Allah) came they would still not believe?”

 

Quran 6:110 Verse 6:110 We (Allah) shall turn their hearts and their eyes away (from guidance) because they (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca) did not believe the first (revelations from Allah brought to them by Prophet Muhammad) and so We (Allah) shall let them wander blindly in their false beliefs.

 

Quran 6:111 Verse 6:111 And even if We (Allah) would send down the angels (with the revelations from Allah) and the dead to speak to them (as they requested) and We (Allah) gathered everything for them (the idol worshippers in Mecca) to see, then they still would not believe unless Allah willed it but most of them are ignorant (of Allah).


Comment 1. People will only believe what Allah has willed for them to believe.

Comment 2. In this life every human has freedom to find their belief.

Comment 3. The judge of belief in Allah is by Allah in the hereafter not by humans in this life.

See 1. Apostasy in Islam.

In the Quran Allah ordered freedom of religious belief 1400 years before the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

However incorrect understanding of the Quran and the hadith can cause wrongful killing of people in the name of Allah and in the name of human hadith stories.

298a allah/verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/apostasy-in-islam-a    

 

Quran 6:112 Verse 6:112 Verse 6:112 And in this way We (Allah) have made for every prophet an enemy that are the devils to humans and to jinn who inspire (false) nice sounding words as (a way of) deception (through which they deceive humans and jinn). If your Lord (Allah) willed then they (the devils) would not have done it (deceived humans and jinn with false nice sounding stories) so leave them and what they invent (of false nice sounding stories). (Continued Quran 6:113)


Comment 1. What are jinn?

Djinn, Genies, Ginn, Jinni, al-jinn, al-jinni. Jinn are intelligent creatures created from smokeless fire and like humans some believe and some do not believe in Allah. 

Devils are any jinn who disobey Allah including Satan Shaitan who is the father of all the jinn in the same way as Adam is the father of all humans. 

Each jinn has a soul like each human has a soul that is judged by Allah in the hereafter

Comment 2. What is the difference between Jinn and devils?

Humans are not devils as is said in some human hadith stories. 
What does Allah teach us?
Those among the jinn who follow Satan Shaitan by whispering evil suggestions into the heart of humans or into the heart of other jinn are called devils.
Humans do not have the power to secretly whisper evil suggestions into the heart, mind, and brain of other humans.
In the Quran Allah tells us that one devil has been appointed to each human.
Prophet Muhammad is said to have made the devil that was appointed to him a Muslim.
No human has the soul of a devil.
Every human has the soul of a human.
The human heart is tested by the whisperings of the Devil that has been appointed to them.
The human and the devil appointed to the human are two different creatures.
In life each person has been assigned a devil that whispers evil suggestions into their heart as a test to show who choose to do good and follow Allah and who choose to do evil and follow their devil. 

Quran 50:27 Verse 50:27 Thier companion (a devil) shall say, "Our Lord (Allah) I did not make this person disobey because this person was them self in great error (in their belief and in their behaviour)."


Quran 114:1 Verse 114:1 Say, “I seek refuge in (Allah) the Lord of humankind.”

Quran 114:2 Verse 114:2 “The king of humankind.”

Quran 114:3 Verse 114:3 “The Allah of humankind.”

Quran 114:4 Verse 114:4 “From the evil of the retreating whisperer (Satan Shaitan).”

Quran 114:5 Verse 114:5 ‘Who whispers (evil suggestions) into the hearts of humankind (and then disappears).”

Quran 114:6 Verse 114:6 “(Promoting evil behaviour) from among (both) the jinn and among the humans.”


Quran 6:112 Verse 6:112 And in this way We (Allah) have made for every prophet an enemy that are the devils to humans and to jinn who inspire (false) nice sounding words as (a way of) deception (through which they deceive humans and jinn). If your Lord (Allah) willed then they (the devils) would not have done it (deceived humans and jinn with false nice sounding stories) so leave them and what they invent (of false nice sounding stories). (Continued Quran 6:113)


Quran 6:113 Verse 6:113 – And so let the hearts of those (humans and jinn) who do not believe in the Hereafter incline to it (the false nice sounding stories) so that they (who believe the words of false stories) may take pleasure in it (the false stories) so that they may commit what (sin) they are committing (by not obeying the words of Allah in the Quran).


2a. Satan Shaitan whispered invented stories.

Satan Shaitan whispered invented stories and claimed they were words spoken by Prophet Moses Musa. The true words of Prophet Moses Musa are recorded in the Torah Taurat.

Satan Shaitan whispered invented stories and claimed they were words spoken by Prophet Jesus Isa. The true words of Prophet Jesus Isa are recorded in the Gospel Injil.

Satan Shaitan whispered invented stories and claimed they were words spoken by Prophet Muhammad. The true words of Prophet Muhammad are recorded in the Koran Quran.


Quran 2:168 Verse 2:168 O people, eat the lawful and good things that are on the earth and do not follow the footsteps of Satan Shaitan, he is to you (humans) a clear enemy.


Quran 2:169 Verse 2:169 He (Satan Shaitancommands you to do only what is evil and sinful and tries to make you say things against Allah, things of which you have no knowledge.


Quran 35:6 Verse 35:6 The devil (Satan Shaitan) is an enemy to you, so treat him as an enemy. He(Satan Shaitan) only calls his group to be companions of the blazing (Fire in Hell Jahannam in the Hereafter).


Quran 17:53 Verse 17:53 Tell My (Allah’s) servants (the humans) to speak in the best manner (with good words) because Satan Shaitan makes disagreement among them (humans). Satan Shaitan is an openenemy against humans.


Quran 60:2 Verse 60:2 If they (the stone idol worshippers in Makkah) could defeat you then they would be your enemies (because stone idol worship is the teaching of Satan Shaitan who is the enemy of all humans) and they would do and speak evil to you because they desire that you disbelieve (in Allah and return to worshipping stone idols).


Quran 60:5 Verse 60:5 (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim said), “Our Lord (Allah), make us not oppressed by those (of our people who believe in stone idol worship and) who disbelieve (in Allah) and forgive us (our wrong doings) our Lord (Allah). Only You (Allah) are the mighty and the wise.”


2b. Humans and devils are two different creatures.

Quran 43:36 Verse 43:36 And to the person who forgets to remember the Merciful (Allah), We (Allah) give to them a devil shaitan who (is the temptation to evil and) who becomes their companion (doing what is evil without any though about Allah their creator). 

 

Quran 43:37 Verse 43:37 And they (a devil shaitan) turn them (the person who forgets Allah) from the way of Allah and yet they (the person who forgets Allah) consider that they are correctly guided. 

Note 1. The misguided think they are correctly guided. 

 

Quran 43:38 Verse 43:38 Until (on the Day of Judgement) when they (the person who forgets Allah and his devil shaitan) come to Us (Allah) and says (to his evil companion), “I wish that the distance between you (the devil Shaitan) and me had been like the distance between the eastern horizon and the western horizon.”

 

Quran 43:39 Verse 43:39 And on this Day (of Judgement) you have gained no benefit from the wrong that you did so you (the person who forgets Allah and his devil shaitan) shall share in the punishment (here in the hereafter).


2c. Test every hadith story. 

If hadith stories agree with the Quran then accept it. 
If hadith stories do not agree with the Quran then reject it.

On the Day of Judgement Allah does not judge by the words in unprotected human hadith stories. 

On the Day of Judgement Allah judges by the words in the protected Koran. 

On the Day of Judgement Allah judges by the words in the protected Quran.

Quran 5:2 Verse 5:2 "... Help each other in goodness and righteousness but do not help each other in evil and crime. ..."

Quran 11:113 Verse 11:113 And do not incline to those (people) who do wrong (by doing the wrong that they do) incase the Fire (of punishment in the Hereafter) touches you. You have no protectors except Allah (in the hereafter but if you incline to those who do what is wrong by doing the wrong that they do), then you shall not be helped (by the protection of Allah in the hereafter).


2d. The Quran compares one part of human behaviour to the devil but the Quran never says that humans are real biological devils as is said in some hadith stories from humans.

Quran 59:12 Verse 59:12 If they (the Jewish tribe of Banu Nadir of Yathrib) are driven out then they (the Arab hypocrites of Yathrib who promised to depart with them) do not depart with them, and if they (the Jewish tribe of Banu Nadir of Yathrib) are attacked then they (the Arab hypocrites of Yathrib who promised to fight with them) do not help them, and if they (the Arab hypocrites of Yathrib) had helped them (the Jewish tribe of Banu Nadir of Yathrib) then they (the Arab hypocrites of Yathribwould have turned and fled, and from then on they (the Jewish tribe of Banu Nadir of Yathrib) would not have been helped (by anyone).


Quran 59:16 Verse 59:16 They (the Arab hypocrites in Yathrib who avoid confrontations with Allah and Allah's messenger) are like Satan Shaitan when he (Satan Shaitansays to humans, “Disbelieve (in Allah)” but when humans disbelieve (in Allah) then he (Satan Shaitan runs away and) says, “I am not associating with you (anymore) because I (Satan Shaitan) fear Allah who is the Lord of the Worlds.”


2e. Satan Shaitan misguides by confusing humans about the true meaning of some verses in the Quran.

Quran 14:4 Verse 14:4 And We (Allah) did not send any messenger (prophet) except with the language of their people, so that they might explain to them clearly (Allah’s revelations); then Allah makes whom He (Allah) pleases to go astray (in error with the wrong understanding and the wrong behaviour) and He (Allah) guides (to the correct understanding and correct behaviour) whom He (Allahpleases. He (Allah) is the all mighty and the all wise. 
  
Quran 38:82 Verse 38:82 He (Satan Shaitan) said, “By then (the Day of Resurrection and Judgement) I shall have misled all of them (humans).”

Quran 38:83 Verse 38:83 Except those among them (humans) who are your (Allah’s) chosen servants.


In the Gospel of Mark 13:32 and the Gospel of Matthew 24:36 Jesus Isa rejects the false hadith story among some Christians that he is Allah by saying that he does not know the hour of the Day of Resurrection because only Allah knows. The Quran confirms the Gospel Injil by warning against the belief that Jesus Isa is Allah.

In the Gospel of Mark 13:5 - 13:6, 13:21 - 13:23 Jesus Isa foretells of a false hadith story among some Christians and Muslims by warning humans not to believe anyone who says Jesus Isa has returned to the Earth because Satan Shaitan will deceive many people including some righteous people if possible to believe it. The Quran confirms the Gospel Injil by showing that the return of Jesus Isa is in the hereafter when every human is returned to Allah on the Day of Resurrection and Judgement.

Those who believe hadith stories from humans that are not confirmed by the Quran hide from themselves the true meaning of every verse in the Quran for which they have mistakenly used false hadith stories from humans in their understanding of the Quran. 

Satan Shaitan has hidden the true meaning of every verse in the Quran where humans have believed false hadith stories.

In this way humans have been deceived to corrupt and to distort in their mind the meaning of the words in the Quran by believing hadith stories from humans that are not confirmed by the Quran.

This is the way Satan Shaitan has hidden from the minds of some humans the true meaning of some verses in the Quran so that humans follow the false hadith stories of Satan Shaitan that have been whispered into the hearts of humans instead of following Allah in the protected Quran.

Satan Shaitan deceives humans by mixing the truth in the Quran with the falsehood in some hadith stories from humans so as to hide the true meaning of some verses in the Quran.

In the hereafter Satan Shaitan might claim that everyone who believed false hadith stories from humans were his followers because they believed the false hadith stories whispered by Satan Shaitan instead of believing the protected stories of Allah in the Quran.

See Quran 2:78, 3:20, 3:75, 3:144, 4:157, 4:158, 5:75, 6:158, 6:112, 7:157, 7:158, 21:34, 21:81, 21:82, 21:95, 27:82, 29:48, 32:23, 33:40, 37:102, 38:26, 39:30, 40:46, 42:52, 43:61, 54:1, 56:79, 62:2, 68:1, 69:40, 80:15, 81:19, 96:1, 96:4, 96:5 comments.


 

Quran 6:113 Verse 6:113 – And so let the hearts of those (humans and jinn) who do not believe in the Hereafter incline to it (the false nice sounding stories) so that they (who believe the words of false stories) may take pleasure in it (the false stories) so that they may commit what (sin) they are committing (by not obeying the words of Allah in the Quran).

Comment 1. Test every hadith story. 

If hadith stories agree with the Koran then accept it.

If hadith stories do not agree with the Koran then reject it.

On the Day of Judgment Allah does not judge by the words in unprotected human hadith stories. 

On the Day of Judgment Allah judges by the words in the protected Koran. 

On the Day of Judgment Allah judges by the words in the protected Quran. 

1a. Which hadith stories agree with the Quran?

Allah is a guide and helper to those who are guided by the Books of Allah.

Allah is a guide and helper to those who guided by the Koran Quran.
Allah is a guide and helper to those who guided by the Gospel Injil.
Allah is a guide and helper to those who guided by the Torah Taurat.
Quran 7:185 Verse 7:185 Have they not thought about the heavens and the earth and the things that Allah has created and that their own (life span) term might be coming near to its end? In what message (words, news, reports, information, statement, hadith) after (they have heard) this (Quran which include the protected recorded words of Prophet Muhammadwould they believe?
1b. Belief in the hereafter is not sufficient to save anyone in the hereafter.
Satan Shaitan believes in the hereafter but that shall not save him from the fire in the hereafter.
Satan Shaitan believes in Allah but that shall not save him from the fire in the hereafter.
Belief without righteous deeds is a false belief in the eyes of Allah.

Quran 5:2 Verse 5:2 "... Help each other in goodness and righteousness but do not help each other in evil and crime. ..."

Quran 11:113 Verse 11:113 And do not incline to those (people) who do wrong (by doing the wrong that they do) incase the Fire (of punishment in the Hereafter) touches you. You have no protectors except Allah (in the hereafter but if you incline to those who do what is wrong by doing the wrong that they do), then you shall not be helped (by the protection of Allah in the hereafter).


2a. Allah could have made humans to be one community.
Test every hadith story. 
Does a hadith story from humans respect every religion and every people like Quran 5:48?
Quran 5:48 Verse 5:48
 And to you (Prophet Muhammad) We (Allah) 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 to be) a guardian over it. So judge between them (the Jews, the Christians and the Muslimsby what Allah has revealed 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 (Allah) have appointed a divine law and a way (of religion). If Allah willed He (Allah) could have made you (the Jews, the Christians and the Muslimsone communityBut He (Allah) tests you by what He (Allah) has given you (to show who is best in behaviour).So strive for all that is good. To Allah you shall all return and He (Allah) shall then inform you (in the Hereafter) about (the correctness of) the religious matters in which you argue among each other. 

2b. Entry to Paradise Jannah. 

Test every hadith story. 
Does a hadith story from humans respect every religion and every people like Quran 4:123?

Quran 4:123 Verse 4:123 It (entry to Paradise Jannah in the hereaftershall not be based on your (Muslimdesires or on the desires of the people of the Scripture (the Jews and the Christians). (Instead) whoever does wrong shall earn (the punishment for the wrong) and that person shall not find any protector or helper other than Allah (in the hereafter).

Video: Does the Qur'an say that Jews, Christians and Sabians will be rewarded? 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZiNTHms8pro


2c. Whoever has no faith in Allah's Books has strayed far away from Allah.
Test every hadith story. 
Does a hadith story from humans trust every book of Allah like Quran 4:136?
Do not let the desires of humans move you away from what Allah has revealed in Allah’s Books.
Nothing can change the word of Allah no matter how many people may dislike what Allah has revealed to them.
Allah protects Allah's word in the Torah Taurat and Gospel Injil and Koran Quran.
If the Torah Taurat is not protected then in the hereafter Jews could say they were misled by a Book of Allah that was not protected.
If the Gospel Injil is not protected then in the hereafter Christians could say they were misled by a Book of Allah that was not protected.
If the Koran Quran is not protected then in the hereafter Muslims could say they were misled by a Book of Allah that was not protected.
If the Torah Taurat or Gospel Injil or Koran Quran was not protected then that would be proof that Allah does not exist.
If the Torah Taurat and Gospel Injil and Koran Quran are protected then that is proof that Allah exists.
Quran 4:136 Verse 4:136 All you who believe, have faith in Allah and His (Allah’s) messenger (Prophet Muhammad) and the Book (of Allah, the Quran) which He (Allah) has revealed to His (Allah’s) messenger (Prophet Muhammad) and the Book which He (Allah) 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 Allah, His (Allah’s) angels, His (Allah’s) Books, His (Allah’s) messengers (prophets), and the Last Day (the Day of Judgement) then he has strayed far away (from Allah).

2d. Can a Muslim be friends with Jews and Christians?
Test every hadith story. 
Does a hadith story from humans respect the life of every human like Quran 5:32?
Quran 5:32 Verse 5:32 For this reason (that for the first time a human killed another human) We (Allah) ordered the children of Israel (through the inspiration of the teachers of the Jewish Talmud) that whoever kills a person it is as if that person killed all of humankind (to warn humans against the great evil of killing one human life so that humans understand the great value and preciousness of one human life) unless it is in retaliation for murder or for misbehaviour in the land. And whoever saves a life it is as if that person has saved all of humankind (to teach humans the great goodness in the saving of one human life so that humans understand the great value and preciousness of one human life). Our (Allah’s) messengers came to them (the children of Israel) with clear arguments but still after that (inspiration of the teachers of the Jewish Talmud) many of them (among the children of Israel) continued to commit great crimes (by killing humans unlawfully) in the land (so this is a message from Allah to the human not to commit the great crime of killing human life but instead to work to save human life). 
Video 1: Explaining the Quran verse 5:51 (if a Muslim can establish friendship with non Muslim) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cnQvbnni_fg

Comment 3. How can hadith stories which are not in the Quran mislead people away from the Quran?
Test every hadith story. 
Is a hadith story from humans based on stories in the Quran or on stories that cannot be found in the Koran Quran or in the Gospel Injil or in the Torah Taurat or in other religious writings?
Is a hadith story from humans based on religious teaching like the Quran or is it concerned with earthly matters that have no religious teachings?
Is a hadith story from humans based on predictions about what will happen in the future that are not predicted in the Quran?
When Muslims believe Satan Shaitan in unprotected hadith stories from humans above believing Allah in the stories protected in the Quran then Muslims lose the guidance of Allah as is seen when Muslims are happy shouting Allah is the greatest Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar when they are doing the forbidden great evil of killing innocent Muslims and innocent non Muslims (See Quran 6:113, 22:40, 25:30, 28:4, 28:14, 28:18, 29:45, 29:69, 30:47, 33:35, 33:40, 34:21, 34:51, 35:6, 35:32, 35:37, 38:26, 39:23, 39:30, 39:35, 40:13, 42:38, 43:61, 45:17, 45:26, 47:20, 59:2, 78:29 comments). Such people havabandoned and deserted the protected stories of Allah and the recorded words of Prophet Muhammad in the Quran for the unprotected hadith stories of humans that cannot be found in the Quran. They have put the hadith stories of humans above the stories of Allah in the Quran. They follow the hadith stories of humans instead of following the stories of Allah in the Quran.
Quran 31:6 Verse 31:6 Among people is the person who shall accept baseless stories (words, news, reports, information, statement, hadith) without knowledge (of the truthfulness of the story) so that they may mislead (people) from Allah's way (in the Quran) and (by believing the stories of humans that are not in the Quran they) make mockery of it (the Quran because they put the unprotected words of humans above the protected word of Allah and Prophet Muhammad which are recorded in the Quran). For them is a humiliating punishment (in the Hereafter).
Video 1: How does Islamic State (ISIS) Justify its Actions? - Dr. Shabir Ally 
Video 2: When they insult our prophet 

Comment 4. Prophet Muhammad is the last prophet of Allah on this Earth.
Test every hadith story. 
Is a hadith story from humans based on a relationship with Prophet Muhammad?
Does a hadith story from humans reveal a future that is not revealed in the Quran?
No person can claim to be a Prophet of Allah (Quran 30:30).
No person can claim to inherit leadership of the Muslims or anything else based on their relationship with Prophet Muhammad (Quran 30:30).
Quran 33:40 Verse 33:40 Prophet Muhammad is not the father of any man among you (meaning after the death of Prophet Muhammad no person can claim to inherit religious leadership of the Muslims based on their relationship with Prophet Muhammad as a way to mislead humans away from what Prophet Muhammad has revealed), but he (Prophet Muhammad) is the messenger of Allah and the Seal (the closureof the Prophets (of Allah on this Earth meaning Prophet Muhammad is the end of the Prophets of Allah on this Earth meaning after the death of Prophet Muhammad no prophet will be sent to this earth so that no person can claim to be a prophet as a way to mislead humans away from what Prophet Muhammad has revealed. When something is sealed it is ended and finished and closed. The time of the prophets on this earth ended and finished and closed with the death of Prophet Muhammad. Quran 33:40 confirms the warning from Allah 2000 years ago that was delivered by Prophet Jesus Isa "not to believe anyone who says Prophet Jesus Isa has returned to this earth" in the Injil of Isa by Mark Gospel of Mark 13:5 -13:6 and 13:21 – 13:23 where Allah warns that Satan Shaitan "will deceive many to believe that Prophet Jesus Isa has returned to this earth." In Quran 33:40 prophets are prohibited from coming to this earth after the death of Prophet Muhammad. There is nothing in the Quran about the Mahdi Mehdi or Dajjal Dijjal or the return of Prophet Jesus Isa to this earth because it contradicts the word of Allah in the Gospel Injil and in the Quran. Satan Shaitan cannot change the protected Books of Allah. Satan Shaitan can only hide and distort and corrupt the word of Allah in the human mind by whispering false hadith stories that contradict the Books of Allah. The deception of Satan Shaitan is so good that many people cannot see any contradiction between such false hadith stories and the words of Allah in the Quranand Allah is aware of all things. (Allah saved the life of Prophet Jesus Isa with sleep in Quran 4:157 and Quran 4:158 making everyone believe Jesus Isa was dead on the cross because his body did not move and Allah returned the soul of Jesus Isa to this earth to wake up the sleeping body of Jesus Isa three days after the crucifixion in Quran 39:42 so that Prophet Jesus Isa could deliver the message in the Gospel of John 20:17, Quran 5:72, Quran 5:117 and Quran 19:36 that Jesus Isa is not Allah by saying "Allah is my Allah and your Allah" meaning "Allah is my Father and your Father" meaning Allah is my Creator and your Creator meaning Allah is my Master and your Master meaning Allah is my Lord and your Lord as proof that no one had killed Jesus Isa on the cross or crucified Jesus Isa to death on the cross until the natural death of “Jesus Isa and Mary Maryam who both use to eat food” meaning they both died 2000 years ago in Quran 5:75 and in Quran 3:144 where “the messengers before Prophet Muhammad have died” meaning Jesus Isa is dead because Jesus Isa is the messenger before Prophet Muhammad. In Quran 7:6 Allah shall question the messengers of Allah and in Quran 5:117 Prophet Jesus Isa will testify to Allah on the Day of Judgement that Prophet Jesus Isa died only one time when he lived with the children of Israel 2000 years ago in Judea today in Israel and Palestine where he was raised only one time by the angel of death as confirmation of the truthfulness of both the Quran and the Gospel Injil which both confirm that Allah saved the life of Jesus Isa on the cross and that Jesus Isa after the crucifixion told the people that Jesus Isa is not Allah and continued to tell them Jesus Isa is not Allah until his natural death 2000 years ago in Judea today in Israel and Palestine. All the fabricated hadith stories about Prophet Jesus Isa returning to this earth in the time of the Mahdi Mehdi and the Dajjal Dijjal all contradict both the Quran and the Gospel Injil. These fabricated hadith stories are proof of the truth of the warnings from Allah in the Gospel Injil not to believe anyone who says Jesus Isa has returned to this earth in the Injil of Isa by Mark Gospel of Mark 13:5 -13:6 and 13:21 – 13:23 and the truth of Quran 33:40 where Allah has told humans that the time of the prophets of Allah on this earth is sealed meaning closed meaning no prophet will be allowed to come to this earth after the death of Prophet Muhammad. The Quran confirms the Gospel Injil meaning Quran 33:40 confirms the Injil of Isa by Mark Gospel of Mark 13:5 -13:6 and 13:21 – 13:23 as proof that no one can change the written word of Allah. Fabricated hadith stories about Jesus Isa returning to this earth contradict the Quran and the Gospel Injil and show how Satan Shaitan only has power to distort hide and corrupt the meaning of the written words of Allah inside the human mind. Satan Shaitan gave the same deception to Christians in the false hadith story that Jesus Isa is Allah which contradicts everything that is in the four Injil of Isa Gospel of Jesus by Mark, Matthew, Luke and John that is with the Christians today as proof that Allah has protected the Gospel Injil which is with the Christians today because no one can change the written word of Allah. Humans who live for 100 years think they have more wisdom than Satan Shaitan who has deceived for millions of years. The deception of Satan Shaitan is so good that some people cannot see any contradiction between what Satan Shaitan has whispered in unprotected false hadith stories and what is said in the protected Books of Allah the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran which are with all humans today. Some people believe false hadith stories about Jesus Isa returning to this earth and other people believe false hadith stories that Jesus is Allah and some people do not believe all the Books of Allah the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran which are with all humans today. Satan Shaitan whispers to people in every religion “do not believe any book except your book” because Satan Shaitan knows that people who have no faith in all the Books of Allah that are with all humans today are the easiest people for Satan Shaitan to deceive and this is confirmed in Quran 4:136 where Allah has warned that whoever has no faith in Allah’s Books has strayed far away from Allah. In this way Allah shows who has faith that Allah has protected all His Books that are with all humans today and who believe that the books of Allah have been corrupted except their own book. The proof of Allah is that the Torah Taurat with the Jews today and the Gospel Injil with the Christians today and the Quran with the Muslims today in Quran 3:3 are protected as confirmed in Quran 6:115 and Quran 10:64. Those in every religion who believe only their Book is protected and all other humans have corrupted Books unknowingly give the proof that Allah does not exist because Allah did not protect His word in all the Books of Allah which are with humans today contradicting Quran 2:41, Quran 3:93, Quran 5:43, Quran 5:47, Quran 5:48 and Quran 5:68 as explained in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQ3o3ybc-KA ).


Allah saved Jesus Isa from death on the cross in Quran 4:157 and 4:158 so that Jesus Isa could continue his life and then die 2000 years ago like every human before him and after him has died in Quran 5:75 and 3:144. The natural death of Jesus Isa 2000 years ago is proof to the people in his time that Jesus Isa is human like every other human and he is not Allah or an equal partner with Allah.   
Quran 5:75 Verse 5:75 The Messiah (Jesus Isa), son of Mary (Maryam), was no more than a (human) messenger (of Allah) and (all the human) messengers (of Allah) before him (Prophet Jesus Isa) have passed away (meaning died) 
… they (Jesus Isa and Mary Maryam) both used to eat food (meaning Mary Maryam and Jesus Isa died a natural death 2000 years ago because both “used to eat food” meaning they are dead because they do not eat food today  ..." 

Note 1. In Quran 5:75 "they used to eat food" means Mary Maryam and Jesus Isa are dead. 


Quran 3:144 Verse 3:144 Prophet Muhammad is no more than a (human) messenger (of Allah) and (all the human) messengers (of Allah) before him (Prophet Muhammad) have passed away (meaning died) ….”

Note 1. The messenger before Prophet Muhammad is Prophet Jesus Isa meaning Prophet Jesus Isa is dead..


4a. Why is Prophet Jesus Isa not returning to the Earth?
Jesus Isa is not returning to this Earth because Jesus Isa will always be a prophet of Allah where ever he may be.
If Jesus Isa returned to this Earth then Jesus Isa would be the seal and the last of the prophets of Allah on this Earth (Quran 30:30).

4b. Jesus Isa is returning to the “earth” meaning "the land", "the ground" in the hereafter when every human returns to Allah on the Day of Resurrection.

See in Quran 25:25 comments here:

25a allah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-25-who-is-moses-david-jesus-muhammad


4c. In the Gospel of Mark 13:21 Jesus Isa warns do not believe anyone who will say Jesus Isa will return to the Earth.

See in Quran 78:19 comments here:

78a allah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-78-assassination-in-islam  


4d. In the Gospel of John 14:16 Jesus Isa explains that the next comforter after him will be the last prophet of Allah on the Earth.

See in Quran 38:26 comments here:

38a allah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-38-islamic-state-caliphate-mahdi-mehdi-dajjal-dijjal-the-return-of-jesus-isa


Comment 5. Trust in the message of Allah and His prophet.
Test every hadith story. 
Is a hadith story from humans in the message of Allah that is delivered by His prophets in the Books of Allah?
Quran 45:6 Verse 45:6 These are Allah's revelations, We (Allah through angel Gabriel Jibril) recite it to you (Prophet Muhammad) truthfully. In what message (words, news, reports, information, statement, hadithwill they (the humans and jinn) believe (and trust in) other than Allah and His revelations (which include the protected recorded words of Prophet Muhammad in the Quran)?

Comment 6. Nothing is coming that is more important than the Day of Judgement.
Nothing is coming that is more important than the Day of Judgment.
Test every hadith story. 
Does a hadith story from humans confirm that Muhammad is the last prophet on the Earth and that nothing is coming that is more important than the Day of Judgement?
Does a hadith story from humans say something is coming in the future which is not mentioned in the Koran Quran or Gospel Injil or Torah Taurat or other religious writings?
Quran 77:50 Verse 77:50 In what message (words, news, reports, information, statement, hadith), after this (warning of the Day of Judgement from Allah in the Quran that confirms the same warning in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil), shall they (the humans and the jinn) believe?

6a. Prophet Muhammad on the Day of Judgement.

Prophet Muhammad on the Day of Judgment.

Wrongdoers are the opponent to the message of every prophet. 
Satan Shaitan is the opponent to the message of every prophet.

Satan Shaitan whispered invented stories and claimed they were words spoken by Prophet Moses Musa. The true words of Prophet Moses Musa are recorded in the Torah Taurat.

Satan Shaitan whispered invented stories and claimed they were words spoken by Prophet Jesus Isa. The true words of Prophet Jesus Isa are recorded in the Gospel Injil.

Satan Shaitan whispered invented stories and claimed they were words spoken by Prophet Muhammad. The true words of Prophet Muhammad are recorded in the Koran Quran.

Quran 25:29 Verse 25:29  “He (Satan Shaitan with false messages, false words, false news, false reports, false information, false statements, false hadith) has misguided me from the remembrance (of Allahafter it (the Word of Allah in the Quran which include the protected recorded words of Prophet Muhammadhad reached me.” Satan Shaitan always betrays humans (by misleading them).
Quran 25:30 Verse 25:30 And the messenger (Prophet Muhammad) said, “My Lord (Allahmy people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran (containing the perfected completed and protected revelations of Allah and the protected recorded words of Prophet Muhammad).” 
Quran 25:31 Verse 25:31 In this way We (
Allahhave made the wrongdoers the opponent (to the message) of every prophet (of Allah) but Allah is sufficient as a guide and helper (against the wrongdoers).

 

6b. Why will Prophet Muhammad say “My Lord (Allah) my people have abandoned (deserted) this Quran” in Quran 25:30?
Allah is a guide and helper to those who follow the Books of Allah.
Those who follow hadith stories that are not in the Quran have taken Satan Shaitan as their guide and helper in their killing of innocent Muslims and innocent non Muslims

Those who believe the hadith stories of Satan Shaitan in the books of humans which cannot be found in the Quran are opponents to the stories of Allah in the Books of Allah

Some Muslims have abandoned the Quran because they follow the hadith stories of humans that cannot be found in the Quran. These are the misguided people who believe they will go to Paradise Jannah for killing innocent Muslims and innocent non Muslims.
Satan Shaitan uses the hadith stories which are not in the Quran of Muslims killing Muslims in civil wars which must happen before the coming of the guided one the Mahdi Mehdi and the Dajjal Dijjal and the return of Jesus Isa to make Muslims forget that there is nothing coming that is more important than the Day of Judgement and to forget the laws of Allah in the Quran and to believe that they are doing something good when they kill innocent Muslims and innocent non Muslims.

 

6c The difference between what Prophet Muhammad did and what Islamic State is doing.

See in Quran 38:26 comments here:

38a allah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-38-islamic-state-caliphate-mahdi-mehdi-dajjal-dijjal-the-return-of-jesus-isa

 

Quran 6:114 Verse 6:114 “Then is it someone other than Allah that I (Prophet Muhammad) should seek as judge while He (Allahis the one who has revealed to you (the stone idol worshippers in Makkahthe Book explained in detail?” Those to whom We (Allah previously) gave the Book (the Hebrew Bible with the Jews in Quran 3:113 – 3:115 who are promised Paradise in the time of Prophet Muhammad in Quran 3:115 and the four Gospel Injil with the Christians in Quran 5:82 – 5:85 who are promised Paradise in the time of Prophet Muhammad in Quran 5:85) know that it (the Quran) is the truth sent down from your Lord (Allah). So (my people of Makkah, the stone idol worshippers of Makkah) do not be among the ones who doubt (the Quran). 


Comment 1. Explain Quran 6:114 

Quran 32:1 Verse 32:1 Alif Lam Mim (From the Tablet Lawhin containing the decrees of Allah, the word of Allah in the Quran has descended in Quran 3:3 and Quran 25:1 by the command of Alif Allah through Lam angel Gabriel Jibril to Mim Prophet Muhammad in) – 


Quran 32:2 Verse 32:2 the revelation of the Book (the Quran) in which there is no doubt is from (Allah) the Lord of the Worlds. 


Quran 3:3 Verse 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 (Allah) revealed the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil. 


Quran 10:37 Verse 10:37 And this Quran could not be produced by anyone other than Allah and it is (revealed as) a confirmation of what was before it (in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil) and it is an explanation of what is decreed for humans from the Lord of the Worlds. In this there is no doubt. 


Quran 10:38 Verse 10:38 Or do they (the stone idol worshippers of Mecca Makkah) say that, He (Prophet Muhammad) has invented it (The Quran)? Say, “Then bring a chapter like it and call whoever you can (to help you) except Allah, if you believe that (it was invented). 


Quran 32:22 Verse 32:22 And who does the greatest wrong than the person who is reminded of the revelations of their Lord (Allah) and then turns away from them. We (Allah) shall punish the wrongdoers. 


Quran 11:17 Verse 11:17 Then is the person (Prophet Muhammad) who is on a clear proof from his Lord (Allah, concerning the Quran), which is recited by a witness (angel Gabriel Jibril) from Him (Allah), and before it (the Quran) was a Book of Moses Musa (the Torah Taurat) revealed as a guide and a mercy (not correctly guided)? Those (who saw and heard Prophet Muhammad 1400 years ago) believe in it (the Quran like those who saw and heard the Gospel Injil of Prophet Jesus Isa 2000 years ago and believed in it in Quran 4:159). But whoever disbelieves in it among the sects (who saw and heard Prophet Muhammad 1400 years ago), then the Fire (in Hell Jahannam) is his promised place (in the hereafter like those who saw and heard the Gospel Injil of Prophet Jesus Isa 2000 years ago and disbelieved in it in Quran 4:159). So do not be in doubt about it (the Quran). It is the truth from your Lord (Allah), but most (of) the people (the stone idol worshippers in Makkah) do not believe. 


Quran 6:114 Verse 6:114 “Then is it someone other than Allah that I (Prophet Muhammad) should seek as judge while He (Allah) is the one who has revealed to you (the stone idol worshippers in Makkah) the Book explained in detail?” Those to whom We (Allah previously) gave the Book (the Hebrew Bible with the Jews in Quran 3:113 – 3:115 who are promised Paradise in the time of Prophet Muhammad in Quran 3:115 and the four Gospel Injil with the Christians in Quran 5:82 – 5:85 who are promised Paradise in the time of Prophet Muhammad in Quran 5:85) know that it (the Quran) is the truth sent down from your Lord (Allah). So (my people of Makkah, the stone idol worshippers of Makkah) do not be among the ones who doubt (the Quran).  


Quran 46:10 Verse 46:10 Say, "Have you (the stone idol worshippers of Makkah) considered that if it (the Quran) is from Allah, and you disbelieve in it, and a witness from among the Children of Israel testifies to its similarity with earlier Scriptures (in the Jewish Hebrew Bible), and he believed (the Quran), while you (the stone idol worshippers to whom the Quran is sent) are arrogant? Allah does not guide people who are wrong doers. 


Quran 10:94 Verse 10:94 So if you (the stone idol worshippers of Makkah) are in doubt about what We (Allah) reveal to you (in the Quran) then question those who have been reading the Book before you (meaning, ask any question to the knowledgeable among the Jews who know the Jewish Hebrew Bible in Quran 46:10 and ask the knowledgeable among the Christians who know the four Gospel Injil in Quran 5:47 and if you are still in doubt about what they say ask them to show it to you in the Torah Taurat in Quran 3:93 and in the four Gospel Injil in Quran 5:47). Certainly the Truth from your Lord (Allah) has come to you (meaning, you shall find that the Jewish Hebrew Bible and the four Gospel Injil confirms that what Allah reveals to you in the Quran is the truth because Allah is the owner and the protector of the word of Allah in the Jewish Hebrew Bible and in the four Gospel Injil which is with the Christians as explained in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQ3o3ybc-KA  ). So do not be among those who doubt (the Quran).  


Quran 32:23 Verse 32:23 We (Allah) gave Prophet Moses Musa the Scripture (the Torah Taurat) so (people of Makkah) do not be in doubt about receiving it (the truthful revelations of Allah in the Quran mentioned in Quran 32:2 and Quran 32:22). And We (Allah) made it (the truthful revelations of Allah in the Torah) guidance for the Children of Israel.  


Quran 3:93 Verse 3:93 “… Say (Prophet Muhammad, to the Jews of Yathrib), "Bring the Torah Taurat here and recite it (to me as evidence) if what you say is true."  

Note 1. Allah said judge by the Torah Taurat meaning the Torah Taurat is protected by Allah until the Day of Judgement and this is confirmed in Quran 5:43 “How is it that they (the Jews of Yathrib Arabia) come to you for judgment when they have the Torah Taurat in which Allah has already revealed to them judgment …”   


Quran 2:40 Verse 2:40 O Children of Israel (the Jews, the Hebrews), remember My (Allah’s) favour when I (Allah) favoured you (by sending My revelations to you)? Fulfill the covenant (agreement) between you (the Children of Israel, the Jews, the Hebrews) and Me (Allah) and I (Allah) shall continue to fulfill our agreements and fear (no one but) Me (Allah). 
Note 1.
 Allah protects the Torah Taurat because Allah has ordered every Jewish generation 
to follow the Torah Taurat for ever meaning until the Day of Judgement in Torah Deuteronomy 4:2, 5:10, 13:1, 29:28, Zabur Psalm 19:8 - 19:12 and 111:7 - 111:9, Gospel of Matthew 5:18 - 5:19, Quran 2:40 and 5:43

Note 2. Although Jews and Christians have been told to follow their Books in Quran 3:93, Quran 5:43, Quran 5:47, Quran 5:48 and Quran 5:68, Allah shall attract some Jews and Christians to Islam and those Jews and Christians will receive a double reward in the hereafter in Quran 28:54.  

Note 3. See why Allah has ordered the Jews to follow the Jewish Hebrew Bible and the Christians to follow the four Gospel Injil and the Muslims to follow the Quran in Quran 5:48.


Quran 5:47 Verse 5:47 Let the people of the Gospel Injil (the Christian) judge by what Allah has revealed in it (in Quran 5:46 which is the Gospel Injil of Jesus Isa by Mark, Matthew, Luke and John which was with them 1400 years ago and will be with them until the Day of Judgement confirming Quran 5:68 which tells the Christian they have no guidance until they observe the Gospel Injil and confirming Quran 5:48 where Allah has given each community of Allah meaning the Jews and Christians and Muslims its laws ordering them to do good as a way to test them until they return to Allah for judgement in the hereafter. This means Allah is protecting the Torah Taurat with the Jews and the Gospel Injil with the Christians and the Quran with the Muslims because Quran 5:48 says “Allah could have made everyone to be in one community” but Allah has created three communities of Allah or more and is “testing them” by what Allah “has given them” in their Books of Allah. Jews and Christians will find the Quran answers most of the religious questions about which they have disagreed among each other. The Quran guides you to the correct religious interpretation of what is with you today in the Torah Taurat and in the Gospel Injil. This means Allah protects the Torah Taurat that is with the Jews as shown in Quran 3:93 “… Bring the Torah Taurat here and recite it as evidence if what you say is true" and Quran 5:43 “How is it that they come to you for judgment when they have the Torah Taurat in which Allah has already revealed to them judgment …” and the Gospel Injil with the Christians as shown here and in Quran 5:68 and Quran 5:48. Allah protects the Quran with the Muslims and the Torah Taurat with the Jews and the Gospel Injil with the Christians as proof Allah is real until the Day of Judgement as explained in Quran 5:48). Whoever does not judge by what Allah revealed are the defiantly disobedient.

Note 1. Allah told the Christians to judge by what Allah has revealed in the Gospel Injil meaning the Gospel Injil is protected by Allah until the Day of Judgement. 


Quran 5:48 Verse 5:48 "... For each (community of Jews, Christians and Muslims) We (Allah) have appointed a divine law and a way (of religion). If Allah willed He (Allah) could have made you (the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims) one community. But He (Allah) tests you (the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims) by what He (Allah) has given you (in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil of Jesus Isa by Mark, Matthew, Luke and John and the Koran Quran to show who is best in behaviour). So strive for all that is good. To Allah you shall all return and He (Allah) 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.

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

Note 6. Allah protects the Torah Taurat for every Jewish generation until the Day of Judgement (Quran 5:48). 
Note 7. Allah protects the Gospel Injil for every Christian generation until the Day of Judgement (Quran 5:48).
Note 8. Allah 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 Allah (Quran 5:48).

Note 10. In the sight of humans Judaism and Christianity and Sabians and Islam are different religions. 

Note 11. In the sight of Allah Judaism and Christianity and Sabians and Islam are “different communities of Allah” because they were all created by Allah for only one reason which is “to submit to Allah.”


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

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   

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


Comment 2. What is the truth?

Truth means these are not invented stories.

Truth means these are the stories inspired by belief in Allah.

Truth means these stories can be found in the Books of Allah, the Torah Taurat Jewish Bible and/or the Gospel Injil Christian Bible and/or other inspired writings.

Quran 26:196 Verse 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 and the Gospel Injil). 
Quran 41:43 Verse 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.

 

Quran 6:115 Verse 6:115 The Word of your Lord (Allah) is fulfilled in truth and justice. No one can change His (Allah’s) Words. He (Allah) hears and knows (all things).


Comment 1. Allah protects the Torah Taurat, Gospel Injil and Koran Quran.

Allah protects His word.

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

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

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

 

Quran 6:116 Verse 6:116 If you obey most of those on earth they would mislead you far from Allah’s way. They (the idol worshipers in Mecca) follow nothing but conjecture (guess) and they do nothing but lie (when they say for example, if they find a dead animal, that eating what Allah has killed is better than eating what you kill yourself).

 

Quran 6:117 Verse 6:117 Your Lord (Allah), He knows best those who go astray from His (Allah’s) way and He (Allah) knows best those who are rightly guided.


Comment 1. Why is it not for humans to judge and punish disbelief in Allah?

See Quran 6:117.

See Quran 6:111 comments.

See Quran 6:113 comments.

 

Quran 6:118 Verse 6:118 So eat of that (meat) over which the name of Allah has been mentioned if you are believers in His (Allah’s) revelations.


Comment 1. When an animal is slaughtered for food the name of Allah must be mentioned to thank Allah for what is provided.

 

Quran 6:119 Verse 6:119 Why should you not eat of that (meat) over which the name of Allah has been mentioned (at the time of slaughtering the animal) when He (Allah) has explained to you what is forbidden to you, unless you are forced (by things like starvation) to do it (for example eating an animal that is found dead which would normally be forbidden to eat, can be eaten when there is starvation). But many mislead others to follow their own desires through lack of knowledge. Your Lord (Allah) knows those who disobey (Him).

 

Quran 6:120 Verse 6:120 So abandon all open and secret sin. Those who earn sin shall be awarded that (punishment) which they have earned.


Comment 1. Do good and reject evil.


Quran 6:121 Verse 6:121 And do not eat (the meat) when the name of Allah has not been mentioned because it shows disobedience (to Allah). The devils inspire their followers (among humans) to dispute with you (about religion) and if you obey them (the followers of the Devil) then you surly shall become an idol worshipper.

 

Quran 6:122 Verse 6:122 Is the person who was dead and We (Allah) have given them life, and made for them a light (of faith in Allah) with which they walk among the people the same as the one who is in the darkness (without faith in Allah) from which they cannot come out? This conduct is made to seem reasonable (and normal) for the disbelievers (in the same way as conduct seems reasonable and normal for the person with faith in Allah).


Comment 1. Human life is equal in the eyes of Allah.

See Quran 5:32 comments

Comment 2. Human deeds are not equal in the eyes of Allah. 

Allah will judge on the Day of Judgement what each person did in the life that Allah gives to each person

That judgement is based on their deeds.

Comment 3. Those who do what is good have been rewarded by Allah with correct guidance. See Quran 6:35 and 6:84

Comment 4. Why is Allah the only judge of disbelief in Allah?

Quran 6:122 Verse 6:122 "... conduct is made to seem reasonable (and normal) for the disbelievers (in the same way as conduct seems reasonable and normal for the person with faith in Allah).

Note 1. Every person on earth believes they are correct because belief or disbelief seems normal to every person.

Note 2. Allah gives every human a lifetime to find their true belief.

See Quran 6:111 comments.

 

Quran 6:123 Verse 6:123 And so (like the stone idol worshippers that are the leaders in Mecca Arabia today Makkah Saudi Arabia) We (Allah) have placed in every town wicked leaders to plot there (against the people with faith in Allah) but (in fact) they only plot against themselves although they do not realise it.


Comment 1. Why do some people not know that they are doing evil?

Quran 6:122 Verse 6:122 "... conduct is made to seem reasonable (and normal) for the disbelievers (in the same way as conduct seems reasonable and normal for the person with faith in Allah).

 

Quran 6:124 Verse 6:124 And when a sign (from Allah, the Quran confirming the existence of Allah) comes to them, they say “We (the leaders of the stone idol worshippers in Mecca) shall not believe until Allah gives to us the same thing (a message) as was given to Allah’s messengers.” Allah knows best with whom to place His (Allah’s) message. Humiliation from Allah and punishment (in the hereafter) shall befall the guilty for their deceiving (plotting).

 

Quran 6:125 Verse 6:125 Whoever Allah wants He (Allah) guides them and He (Allah) expands his breast (heart, mind) to (accept) submission (to Adonai Allah Elohim God G-d HaShem Jehovah Yahweh YHWH. In Quran 6:124 “we shall not believe unless …” then in Quran 6:125 “whoever Allah wants Allah guides them…” then in Quran 6:125 “Your Lord’s way is the correct path.” Islam has two meanings, the general meaning is submission in Quran 6:125 meaning anyone who submits to Allah 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 Muslims, Jews, Christians and others in Quran 2:62, Quran 4:123, Quran 5:69, Quran 6:158 and Quran 41:8. If Quran 6:125 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 guided to 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 6:125 is the general meaning “submission” and not the specific meaning “Islam.” The correct meaning of this verse is “whoever Allah wants Allah guides them to accept submission” to Allah from the beginning of time until the Day of Resurrection. In Quran 3:19 “The religion near Allah is submission” to Adonai Allah Elohim God G-d HaShem Jehovah Yahweh YHWH meaning Islam is the religion of submission when Muslims submit in Quran 47:19 “…there is no Allah except Allah …” and Judaism is the religion of submission when Jews submit in Torah Exodus 20:2 “.... You shall have no other gods before Me Allah” and Christianity is the religion of submission when Christians submit in the Gospel of Jesus Isa by Luke 4:8 “… You shall worship the Lord your Allah, and him only shall you serve.” In Quran 3:85 “And whoever seeks a religion other than submission” to Adonai Allah Elohim God G-d HaShem Jehovah Yahweh YHWH which includes every human from the beginning of time until the end of time, for example stone idol worship “it shall not be accepted by Allah in the Hereafter and such a person shall be one of the losers in the hereafter.” 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 Allah" and Quran 5:48 "For each community of Jews, Christians and Muslims Allah has appointed a divine law and a way of submission. If Allah willed Allah could have made Jews, Christians and Muslims one community. But Allah tests the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims by what Allah 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 Allah you shall all return and Allah 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.” 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), and whoever He (Allah) wants to let go astray He (Allah) makes his breast (heart, mind) tight and constricted (so that accepting submission to Allah is) as though he was climbing up into the sky (meaning it seems like an impossible task for him). And so Allah places uncleanliness (of worship) on those who do not believe (because instead of worshipping Allah only they also worship things that Allah created such as Jesus Isa who is a human messenger of Allah and dead saints who have not received Allah’s judgement because the Day of Resurrection and Judgement has not yet arrived and stone statues all of which do not have the power of Allah to hear and answer prayer).


Comment 1. Why is it not for humans to judge and punish disbelief in Allah?

See Quran 6:125 

See Quran 6:117.

See Quran 6:111 comments.

Comment 2. Why is Allah the only judge of disbelief in Allah?

Quran 6:122 Verse 6:122 "... conduct is made to seem reasonable (and normal) for the disbelievers (in the same way as conduct seems reasonable and normal for the person with faith in Allah).

Note 1. Every person on earth believes they are correct because belief or disbelief seems normal to every person.

Note 2. Allah gives every human a lifetime to find their true belief.

See Quran 6:111 comments.

 

Quran 6:126 Verse 6:126 Your Lord's way is the correct path, We (Allah) have explained Our (Allah’s) revelations for a people who take heed (listen, believe, accept and remember the way of Allah). (Continued Quran 6:127).

 

Quran 6:127 Verse 6:127 – For them (with faith in Allah) is the life of peace with their Lord (Allah in the hereafter). He (Allah) shall be their protector (in the hereafter) because of what they used to do (in this life).

 

Quran 6:128 Verse 6:128 In the day when He (Allah) shall gather them together (in the hereafter, He (Allah shall say), “O assembly of (the disbelievers among the) jinn, you deceived many humans.” And their followers among humans shall say, “Our Lord (Allah), we benefited one another, but now we have arrived at the appointed term which you appointed for us.” He (Allah) shall say, “Fire is your home, live there forever, except for the persons who Allah wills.” Your Lord (Allah) is wise and knows all things. (Continued Quran 6:129).

 

Quran 6:129 Verse 6:129 – And so We (Allah) let the wrongdoers support each other because of what (sins) they use to earn.

 

Quran 6:130 Verse 6:130 “O assembly of the jinn and humans, Did there not come to you messengers from among you who told you of revelations and warned you of the meeting of this Day of yours (the Day of Judgement)?” They shall say, “We testify against ourselves that the life of the world deluded us.” And they shall testify against themselves that they were disbelievers (in Allah). (Continued Quran 6:131).

 

Quran 6:131 Verse 6:131 – (Allah sent messengers to disbelievers) because your Lord (Allah) would not destroy communities if their people were unaware (of Allah’s warning against them).

 

Quran 6:132 Verse 6:132 For all there shall be ranks (in which they shall be placed in the hereafter) for what they did (in this life). Your Lord is not unaware of what they do.


Comment 1. The existence in Paradise of ranks of righteousness in the hereafter.

The existence in Hell fire of ranks of evil in the hereafter.

 

Quran 6:133 Verse 6:133 Your Lord (Allah) is free of all needs and (He is) the Lord of Mercy. If He (Allah) wills (then) He can remove you and make what He wills to follow after you, just as (easily as) He (Allah) raised you from the seed of another people (who were your mother and father).

 

Quran 6:134 Verse 6:134 All that has been promised to you (by the word of Allah) shall surely come, you cannot escape (Allah).


Comment 1. Allah protects the Torah Taurat, Gospel Injil and Koran Quran.

Allah protects His word.

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

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

The Torah and Gospel and Quran are from one Allah.

The Taurat and Injil and Quran are from one Allah.

See Quran 6:115 comments.

 

Quran 6:135 Verse 6:135 Say (Prophet Muhammad) “O my people (of the stone idol worshippers of Mecca Arabia today Makkah Saudi Arabia), work (for rewards towards the hereafter) according to what you can do. I (Prophet Muhammad) am also working (for rewards towards the hereafter). You shall come to know for which of us shall be the happy ending (in the hereafter). The wrongdoers shall not be successful (in the hereafter).

 

Quran 6:136 Verse 6:136 They (the stone idol worshippers of Mecca) assign a share to Allah from what He (Allah) created from some of their crops and cattle saying, "This is for Allah,” so they claim,  “and this is for (Allah’s) partners (the stone idols that they associate with Allah)." But that (offerings) which is for their “partners” (the stone idols) does not reach Allah (because Allah is not a partner with statues that men make from stones) and what is for Allah reaches their partners (because idol worshippers give their offerings to stone idol statues). Evil is what they (the stone idol worshippers of Mecca) are doing. (Continued Quran 6:137).

 

Quran 6:137 Verse 6:137 – Their (belief in) idols (of Allah) made the killing of their children (by burying their children alive) seem reasonable (and normal) to many of the idol worshippers (of Mecca, Arabia) so that their soul is ruined (by such sin) and their faith (in Allah) is hidden for them. Had Allah willed then they would not have done so. So leave them alone with their fabrications (of invented idols, stories and beliefs). (Continued Quran 6:138).


Comment 1. The evil of stone idol worship in Mecca Arabia today Makkah Saudi Arabia. 

See Quran 6:136

See Quran 6:137

 

Quran 6:138 Verse 6:138 – And they, (the stone idol worshippers of Mecca), say (as they imagine their stone idols require them to say), “These animals and crops are forbidden and nobody may eat them except whom we allow. And they (the stone idol worshippers of Mecca), say there are some (camels) forbidden to be used for burden or any other work and (there are some) cattle over which there is no mention of the name of Allah (during slaughter, instead the names of idols are mentioned). (All of that is) a lie (invented) against Him (Allah, because Allah has given no such orders). He (Allah) shall repay them for what they fabricated (invented).


Comment 1. Who commanded stoning to death for adultery in Islam Allah or humans?

Quran 6:138 Verse 6:138 – "... (All of that is) a lie (invented) against Him (Allah, because Allah has given no such orders). He (Allah) shall repay them for what they fabricated (invented).


See 1. Allah forgives adultery in the Torah, Gospel and Quran.

Allah forgives adultery in the Taurat, Injil and Quran.

321A allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allah-forgives-adultery 

See 2. Allah removed stoning to death for adultery in the Torah, Gospel and Quran.

03A allah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allah-removed-stoning-to-death-for-adultery 


See 3. Jesus Isa commanded do not stone to death for adultery unless you are free of sin.

No person is free of sin and so Jews do not stone people to death for adultery.

How can a Jew claim to follow Prophet Moses Musa who commanded stoning to death for adultery when they obey Prophet Jesus Isa?

Since Jews do not stone to death for adultery they are following Jesus Isa as a prophet but they do not realise it except for a few.

See Stoning to death for adultery in the Gospel of John 7:53  8:11 here: 

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-7-10


See 4. The judgement against stoning to death for adultery by Prophet Jesus Isa is confirmed by Prophet Muhammad in Quran chapter 24. 

Quran chapter 24. Stoning to death for adultery is not in the Quran. 

Stoning to death for adultery is in the unprotected word of humans in hadith stories not in the protected word of the Quran which is the hadith stories from Allah.

In the Quran the law for illegal sexual intercourse for unmarried Muslims is Quran 4:15 – 4:18.

In the Quran the law for adultery by married Muslims is Quran 4:25 and 24:1 – 24:2.

Forgiveness for all sins including adultery is in Quran 3:135  3:136, 4:17 – 4:18, 4:110, 25:68 – 25:71.

24a allah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-24-stoning-to-death-for-adultery-is-not-in-the-koran  


Comment 2. Who commanded no music, no musical instruments, and no singing in Islam Allah or humans?
Quran 6:138 Verse 6:138 – "... (All of that is) a lie (invented) against Him (Allah, because Allah has given no such orders). He (Allah) shall repay them for what they fabricated (invented).
Note 1, Hadith of Sahih Bukhari Volume 2 Book 15 Number 70 is narrated by Aisha (the wife of Prophet Muhammad) who said that, “Prophet Muhammad came to my house while two girls were singing beside me the songs of Buath (a story about the war between the two tribes of the Ansar, the Khazraj and the Aus, before the time of Islam). 
Prophet Muhammad lay down and turned his face to the other side.  
Then Abu Bakr came and spoke to me (Aisha, the wife of Prophet Muhammad) harshly saying, "musical instruments of Satan Shaitan near the Prophet?" Allah’s messenger (Prophet Muhammad) turned his face towards him (Abu Bakr) and said (to Abu Bakr), "Leave them (alone)."
When Abu Bakr became inattentive, I (Aisha, the wife of Prophet Muhammad) signaled to those girls to go out and they left. 
It was the day of 'Id, and the Black people were playing with shields and spears; so either I (Aisha) requested the Prophet Muhammad or he (Prophet Muhammad) asked me whether I would like to see the display. I replied “Yes”. 
Then Prophet Muhammad made me stand beside him and my cheek was touching his cheek and he was saying, "Carry on! O Bani Arfida," until I got tired. 
Prophet Muhammad asked me, "Are you satisfied (Is that sufficient for you)?" I replied “Yes” and he told me to leave. 
Note 2, No hadith story is guaranteed to be protected by Allah unless it is in the Koran Quran. 
2a. Is the Hadith of Sahih Bukhari Volume 2 Book 15 Number 70 confirmed by the Koran Quran?
The Koran Quran confirms Allah has not prohibited music, musical instruments and singing.
Quran 55:34 Verse 55:34 So which of the favours of your Lord (Allah) do you deny (is a favour from Allah to you)?
2b. Allah has not prohibited music, musical instruments or singing in the Torah Taurat or the Gospel Injil or the Koran Quran.

Comment 3. Who said humans changed the word of Allah in the Torah Allah or humans?

Who said humans changed the word of Allah in the Gospel Allah or humans?

Who said humans changed the word of Allah in the Koran Allah or humans?

Who said humans changed the word of Allah in the Taurat Allah or humans?

Who said humans changed the word of Allah in the Injil Allah or humans?
Who said humans changed the word of Allah in the Quran Allah or humans?

Quran 6:138 Verse 6:138 – "... (All of that is) a lie (invented) against Him (Allah, because Allah has given no such orders). He (Allah) shall repay them for what they fabricated (invented).

Note 1. Allah protects the Torah Taurat, Gospel Injil and Koran Quran.

Allah protects His word.

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

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


See 1. The Torah and Gospel and Quran are from one Allah.

The Taurat and Injil and Quran are from one Allah.

318A allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/torah-gospel-quran-are-from-one-allah 


See 2. Humans did not change Ishmael and Isaac in the Torah and the Quran.

Humans did not change Ismail and Ishaq in the Taurat and Quran.

319A allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/humans-did-not-change-ismail-and-ishaq-in-the-taurat-injil-and-quran 


See 3. Haman is the same in the Torah and Quran.

Haman is the same in the Taurat and Quran.

320A allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/haman-is-the-same-in-the-taurat-and-quran 

 

Quran 6:139 Verse 6:139 And they (the stone idol worshippers of Mecca) say, “What is in the bellies of such cattle (milk, foetus, fetus) is only for our males (to eat) and is forbidden to our females (girls and women) but if it (the cattle) is born dead then everyone can have a share (of it). He (Allah) shall punish them (the stone idol worshippers of Mecca) for saying that He (Allah) has given such orders. Surely, He (Allah) is wise and knows all things.


Comment 1. Allah punishes those who say Allah orders things that Allah has not ordered.

See Quran 6:138 comments.

 

Quran 6:140 Verse 6:140 Lost (from the love of Allah are those) who have killed their children (by burying their children alive) in foolishness without sense (because of their belief in stone idols) and (those who) have prohibited what (food) Allah has provided them by inventing a lie against Allah (by saying Allah prohibited things that He did not prohibit). They (the stone idol worshippers of Mecca) have gone astray and are not (rightly) guided (by Allah).


Comment 1. Allah punishes those who say Allah prohibited things that Allah has not prohibited.

See Quran 6:138 comments.

 

Quran 6:141 Verse 6:141 It is He (Allah) who produces trellised and not trellised gardens, and the date-palm, and crops of all kinds, and the olive and the pomegranate, similar (in kind) and different (in variety). Eat the fruit when it fruits (in season) and pay what is due (Zakah Zakat, the community tax to assist the poor) on the day of harvest, and do not be excessive (by giving it all away so that there is nothing left for your dependents). Allah does not love those that commit excess (behaviour such as foolishness).

 

Quran 6:142 Verse 6:142 And of the cattle (are some) for burden (like oxen etc) and some for food (like sheep and goats). Eat what Allah has given to you and do not follow the footsteps of the devil (Satan Shaitan) for he (Satan Shaitan) is your declared enemy.

 

Quran 6:143 Verse 6:143 (When there are) eight mates in pairs, (which of the) two pairs of sheep and two pairs of goats (is for Allah and his so called partners the stone idol statues?). Say, “Has He (Allah) forbidden the two males or (is it) the two females or (is it the young) which are in the wombs of the two females? Tell me truthfully if you have this knowledge?” (Meaning, is the male animal prohibited for use by the people and saved for Allah and the so called partners the stone idol statues whom they say serve Allah, or the female animal or if what is in the womb is prohibited then both male and female is prohibited, so what is the basis of this prohibition in stone idol worship?).

 

Quran 6:144 Verse 6:144 And consider a pair of camels and a pair of oxen. Say, “Has He (Allah) forbidden the two males or the two females and what is in the wombs of the two females or were you a witness when Allah ordered this for you (so that you use it to support your claim that such laws exist)? Then who does the greatest wrong than the person who fabricates a lie concerning Allah (by saying that Allah ordered something that he did not order) so that that person may lead humans astray who do not have knowledge (to know better). Surely Allah does not (rightly) guide the people that do wrong (such as the stone idol worshippers of Mecca) .


Comment 1. Who does the greatest wrong than the person who fabricates a lie concerning Allah? 

See Quran 6:138 comments.

 

Quran 6:145 Verse 6:145 Say, “I find nothing in what is revealed to me that prohibits the eater to eat (meat), except if it is from an animal that was found to be dead, or blood poured out, or if it is pig meat for that surely is unclean or the unlawful meat that was sacrificed in the name of anyone other than Allah. But whoever is compelled (to eat what is normally forbidden) by necessity (because of things like starvation) and not by a desire to be disobedient or from a desire to sin (then for them it is permitted). Your Lord is forgiving and merciful.

 

Quran 6:146 Verse 6:146 To those who are Jews We (Allah) prohibited (for eating) every animal with undivided hoofs (hoof without a split in the middle). And of the oxen and the sheep We (Allah) prohibited to them (the Jews) its fat except what is on their backs or the entrails, or that which is mixed with the bone. That was a punishment to them (the Jews) for rebelling (against Allah’s commands). And surely We (Allah) are truthful.  

(Continue Quran 6:147).  

Comment 1. See Quran 4:160.  

Comment 2. The Camel is not Kosher (blessed Jewish food) because its hoofs are not divided (the hoof does not have a split in the middle.

Comment 3. Today Jews speculate about the possible reasons for their food restrictions.

The Quran reveals that the reason for food restrictions is to help humans remember Allah so as to avoid the punishment that came to humans in the past who forgot Allah and who did evil in the world.

3a. Allah gave the Holy Land to the children of Israel in Quran 5:20 – 5:26

3b. Allah guided the children of Israel to be a Holy people by placing restrictions on them that would help the Jews to remember Allah and avoid the punishment that came to them in past times.

Torah Deuteronomy14:2 For you (the children of Israel) are a holy people to the LORD your Allah, and the LORD has chosen you to be His own treasure out of all peoples that are upon the face of the earth. 

Torah Deuteronomy14:3 You shall not eat any abominable thing (any food that is hateful by Allah for you to eat).

  

Quran 6:147 Verse 6:147 – So if they (the disbelievers of Mecca) deny you (Prophet Muhammad, by rejecting Allah’s revelations), say (to them), “Your Lord (Allah) is a Lord (Allah) of all-embracing mercy but His (Allah’s) punishment (in the hereafter) cannot be turned back from people that sin (in this life).”

 

Quran 6:148 Verse 6:148 Those who worship partners (such as stone idols with Allah) say, “If Allah had willed, we would not have worshiped something other than Allah and neither would have our fathers and we would not have prohibited anything (that Allah did not forbid).” So had others denied (the messengers of Allah) before them (the stone idol worshippers of Mecca) until they tasted Our (Allah’s) punishment. Ask them, “Have you any knowledge (that supports what you claim)? Then show it. No, you follow nothing but conjecture (guess) and you do nothing but lie."


Comment 1. Who does the greatest wrong than the person who fabricates a lie concerning Allah? 

Quran 6:148 Verse 6:148 "... Ask them, “Have you any knowledge (that supports what you claim)? Then show it. No, you follow nothing but conjecture (guess) and you do nothing but lie."

Note 1. See Quran 6:138 comments with examples of knowledge that support claims.

 

Quran 6:149 Verse 6:149 Say, “Allah’s is the final argument, (because) had He (Allah) willed He (Allah) could have guided all of you (on the right path)."

 

Quran 6:150 Verse 6:150 Say “Come, bring your witnesses who can bear witness that Allah prohibited (all) this. And if they bear witness then do not bear witness with them. Do not follow the desires of those who deny Our (Allah’s) revelations and those who do not believe in the Hereafter and those who believe that there are (equals or) partners (who have been created by Allah to be partners) with their Lord (Allah, the creator). 


Comment 1. Allah has no partners. Allah is the creator of every creation.

Comment 2. See Quran 6:21 

 

Quran 6:151 Verse 6:151 Say, “Come, I shall recite to you what your Lord (Allah) has made a sacred duty for you: That you make nothing to be equal to Him (Allah, meaning pray to nobody but Allah) and that you do good to parents, and that you do not kill your children because of poverty because We (Allah) provide for you and for them. And that you do not go near to shameful things (illegal sexual intercourse, shameful sins etc) either in public (openly) or in secret (hidden). And that you do not kill a person because Allah has forbidden killing except in the matter of (legal) justice. He (Allah) has commanded this for you so that you may understand (the law of Allah). (Continued Quran 6:152)


Comment 1. Do not kill a person because Allah has forbidden killing except in the matter of legal justice.

Quran 2:195 Verse 2:195 And spend (time, property and wealth) in the way of Allah (by doing good in this world), and do not throw (yourself) into destruction (of Hell Jahannam in the hereafter by doing evil in this world). Do good, indeed, Allah loves the good-doers.


Quran 4:93 Verse 4:93 Whoever kills a believer (in Allah) intentionally (meaning whoever among the Muslims kills a believer intentionally, see Quran 4:92 which is the punishment for a Muslim who unintensionally killed a Muslim) then his recompense (result) is Hell Jahannam, staying in it forever and Allah's wrath will fall on him and He (Allah will) curse him and He (Allah) has prepared for him a great punishment (because whoever intentionally kills one innocent person Muslim or none Muslim it is as if that person killed all of humankind in the judgement of Allah see Quran 5:32Quran 6:158 confirms that "... belief in 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 ...." meaning belief in Allah without doing good deeds is a false belief in Allah meaning belief in Allah with good deeds is true belief in Allah).


1a. How did the leaders of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria violate the law of Allah in 2014 1435 AH?

Quran 6:151 Verse 6:151 Say, “Come, I shall recite to you what your Lord (Allah) has made a sacred duty for you: ... that you do not kill a person because Allah has forbidden killing except in the matter of (legal) justice. ..."

Note 1. Leaders of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria violated Allah’s law Quran 6:151 because they killed journalists who had committed no crime. 

In Islam it is forbidden to kill a person who has committed no crime.


1b. Quran 6:164 Verse 6:164 "... Each soul earns no blame (for sin) except against itself and no bearer (of the blame of sin) shall bear the burden (of the blame of sin) of another (soul). 

Note 1. Leaders of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria violated Allah’s law Quran 6:164 because they kill journalists whose souls were responsible for no crime. 

In Islam it is forbidden to kill a soul who has committed no crime.


1c. Quran 5:32 Verse 5:32 For this reason (that for the first time a human killed another human) We (Allah) ordered the children of Israel (through the inspiration of the teachers of the Jewish Talmud) that whoever kills a person it is as if that person killed all of humankind (to warn humans against the great evil of killing one human life so that humans understand the great value and preciousness of one human life) unless it is in retaliation for murder or for misbehaviour in the land. And whoever saves a life it is as if that person has saved all of humankind (to teach humans the great goodness in the saving of one human life so that humans understand the great value and preciousness of one human life). Our (Allah’s) messengers came to them (the children of Israel) with clear arguments but still after that (inspiration of the teachers of the Jewish Talmud) many of them (among the children of Israel) continued to commit great crimes (by killing humans unlawfully) in the land (so this is a message from Allah to the human not to commit the great crime of killing human life but instead to work to save human life). 

Note 1. Leaders of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria violated Allah’s law Quran 5:32 because they killed the human souls of journalists who had committed no crime.

In Islam it is forbidden to kill a soul who has committed no crime.


1d. On the day of Judgement the innocent shall testify against their killer. 

Quran 81:9 Verse 81:9 “For what crime were you (the baby girl) killed? (The baby girl shall say in the hereafter, “They killed me on the earth without a just reason”).

Note 1. Leaders of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria who violated the laws of Allah will answer for their crimes on the Day of Judgement.

In Islam it is forbidden to kill a human who has committed no crime.


1e. The Ten Commandments of Allah given on Mount Sinai Horeb to Prophet Moses Musa.

Torah Deuteronomy 5:17 (The Sixth commandment from AllahYou shall not murder. 


Comment 2. Allah protects the Torah Taurat, Gospel Injil and Koran Quran.

Allah protects His word.

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

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

See 1. The Torah and Gospel and Quran are from one Allah.

The Taurat and Injil and Quran are from one Allah.

318A allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/torah-gospel-quran-are-from-one-allah 
 

Quran 6:152 Verse 6:152 – And do not use the wealth of the orphan except in the best manner until they reach (the age of) maturity (when they are given what they have inherited). Give full measure and weight in matters of justice. We (Allah) do not give any soul a duty that is beyond its capability. And if you give your word (for example, to tell the truth), then do justice as you promised even if it is against your relations. And fulfill the covenant (agreement) of Allah. This He (Allah) commands you to remember.

 

Quran 6:153 Verse 6:153 And (Allah commands you, saying), “This is My (Allah’s) straight path (the right path, the correct path, the path of Allah, the way of Allah, the cause of Allah), so follow it. Do not follow other ways (other paths) for fear that you shall be lead away from His (Allah’s) way (Allah’s path, the right path). This He (Allah) has ordered for you so that you may protect yourself (against evil).

 

Quran 6:154 Verse 6:154 We (Allah) gave the Scripture to Prophet Moses Musa (in the Torah Taurat of the Jewish Hebrew Bible in the Old Testament Bible) containing everything that was needed for the person who wanted to do good with an explanation of all things as a guidance and a mercy so that they might believe in the meeting with their Lord (Allah, on the Day of Resurrection and Judgement). 


Comment 1. Allah revealed the Torah in Hebrew to Prophet Moses.

Allah revealed the Taurat in Hebrew to Prophet Musa.

 

Quran 6:155 Verse 6:155 And this (Quran in Arabic) is a blessed (sacred) Scripture which We (Allah) have revealed. So follow it and protect yourself (against evil by doing what is right) so that you may find mercy (from Allah on the Day of Resurrection and Judgement)


Comment 1. Allah revealed the Koran in Arabic to Prophet Muhammad.

Allah revealed the Quran in Arabic to Prophet Muhammad.

 

Quran 6:156 Verse 6:156 In case you (the stone idol worshippers of Mecca Arabia today Makkah Saudi Arabia) should say, “The Scripture was revealed only to two sects (the Jews and Christians) before us, and we (the stone idol worshippers of Mecca Arabia) were unaware of what they (the Jews and Christians) had read.” (Continued Quran 6:157) 


Comment 1. Why is the Koran in Arabic?

Why is the Quran in Arabic?

The word of Allah revealing the existence of the creator of every creation in the Torah Taurat and Gospel Injil was the same message delivered in the Koran Quran in the Arabic language so that Arabs could not say in the hereafter that they did not know about the Day of Resurrection and Judgement about which the Jews were warned in the Hebrew Torah Taurat and the Christians were warned in the Greek Gospel Injil. 

 

Quran 6:157 Verse 6:157 Or in case you (the stone idol worshippers of Mecca Arabia) should say, “If the Scripture had been revealed to us then we would surely have been better guided than they (the Jews and the Christians).” Now a clear proof (the Quran in the Arabic language) has come to you from your Lord  (Allah) as a guidance and mercy. Who is it who does the greatest wrong than the person who denies the revelations of Allah and turns away from it? We (Allah) award to those who turn away from Our (Allah’s) revelations a severe punishment (in the hereafter) because of they turned away (from Allah to worship stone idol statues). 

 

Quran 6:158 Verse 6:158 Do they (the stone idol worshippers of Mecca Arabia), wait for nothing less than that the angels should come to them (as proof that Allah is real) or that their Lord (Allah) should come (to them on the Earth as proof that Allah is real) or that there should come one of the signs from their Lord (Allah that shows to them that they have been resurrected from death to life in the hereafter)? On the day when one of the signs from your Lord (Allah) comes (that shows to them that they have been resurrected from death to life in the hereafter it shall be too late because) belief in it (Allah and the Day of Resurrection and Judgement) shall not help any soul that before seeing the sign (of the Day of Resurrection) did not believe (in Allah) or if in belief (he or she) did not earn good (by doing righteous deeds in their life). Say (to the stone idol worshippers in Makkah), “Wait (for the Day of Resurrection and Judgement), indeed I (Prophet Muhammad) am also waiting.” 


Comment 1. Quran 6:158 is about the signs of Allah on the Day of Resurrection.

The only signs after which it is too late to believe in Allah and the command to do good and reject evil are the signs of Allah that show a human that they have died and have been resurrected to life in the hereafter.

The belief and the righteous deeds of each human before their death are judged by Allah. 


1a. Belief without good behaviour is not a true belief in the judgement of Allah.

Satan Shaitan believes in the hereafter but that shall not save him from the fire in the hereafter.
Satan Shaitan believes in Allah but that shall not save him from the fire in the hereafter.
Belief without good behaviour is a false belief in the judgement of Allah.

Every human believes their belief is the true belief and Allah gives a life time for humans to find their true belief. Muslims can help every human on the Earth by being a good example of correct belief to all humankind if Allah wills.

Every human believes their deeds are righteous and Allah gives a life time for humans to find their true belief. Muslims can help every human on the Earth by showing good examples of righteousness to all humankind if Allah wills.


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

Note 1. Belief in Allah without good behaviour is a false belief in Allah.
Belief without good behaviour is not a true belief in Allah in the eyes of Allah and in the judgement of Allah.


Quran 29:9 Verse 29:9 And for those who believe and do righteous deeds We (Allah) shall make them enter among the righteous (in Paradise Jannah).

Note 1. Belief in Allah without good behaviour is a false belief in Allah.
Belief without good behaviour is not a true belief in Allah in the eyes of Allah and in the judgement of Allah.


Comment 2. A hadith story from humans about the guided one the Mahdi Mehdi and the false messiah the Dajjal Dijjal and the return of Jesus Isa to this Earth is said to be supported by Quran 6:158 however Quran 6:158 is not about the Mahdi Mehdi or the Dajjal Dijjal or the return to this Earth by Prophet Jesus Isa.

Those who believe stories such as the Mahdi Mehdi or the Dajjal Dijjal or the return to this Earth by Prophet Jesus Isa that are not in the Quran hide the true meaning of every verse in the Quran for which they are using that hadith story in their understanding of the verses in the Quran.


If hadith stories agree with the Quran then accept it.
If hadith stories do not agree with the Quran then reject 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 protected words of Prophet Muhammad.


2a. Why has Satan Shatain tried to hide the meaning of Quran 6:158?

In the hereafter Allah helps those who believe in Allah.

Allah tells us in Quran 6:158 that those without righteous deeds have a false belief in Allah. 

Satan Shaitan tries to hide this knowledge by making the story of the return of Jesus Isa to this Earth which cannot be found in the Quran to be a more important message.

Satan Shaitan has a false belief in Allah because Satan Shaitan does not do good deeds.

Satan Shaitan is not going to Paradise Jannah because Satan Shaitan has a false belief in Allah.

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

Satan Shaitan believes in the hereafter but that shall not save him from Hell Jahannam in the hereafter.

Satan Shaitan wants Muslism to think that belief alone gives Paradise Jannah in the hereafter.

The message from Allah in Quran 6:158 and 29:9 and 41:8 is that without good deeds your belief in Allah is a false belief.

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


2b. Satan Shaitan misguides by confusing humans about the true meaning of some verses in the Quran.

Quran 14:4 Verse 14:4 And We (Allah) did not send any messenger (prophet) except with the language of their people, so that they might explain to them clearly (Allah’s revelations); then Allah makes whom He (Allah) pleases to go astray (in error with the wrong understanding and the wrong behaviour) and He (Allah) guides (to the correct understanding and correct behaviour) whom He (Allah) pleases. He (Allah) is the all mighty and the all wise.