80. The Quran chapter 80. Do not make the messenger of God into an idol.

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                                                            24 June 2014 (1435 AH).

 

INDEX:

The Quran chapter 80

 

Do not make the messenger of God into an idol.

Do not make the messenger of God into a god.

No human is perfect, only God is perfect.

Share the word of God with every human that comes to you.

See Quran 80:1 – 80:12 


Can Prophet Muhammad read and write? 

Prophet Muhammad can read and write. 

See Quran 80:15 – 80:16 comments.

 

Day of Resurrection.

See Quran 80:33 – 80:37

 

Day of Judgement (Judgment).

See Quran 80:38 – 80:42

 

 

Information: The Quran chapter 80.

Order of Revelation: 24 (1 is the first revelation and 114 is the last revelation).

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

Number of Verses: 42 verses.

 

 

 

The Quran.

Chapter 80

He Frowned (`Abasa).

English interpretations of the Quran.

 

 

The Quran Chapter 80 He Frowned (`Abasa, Abasa) in English. 

 

Chapter : Verse.

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

 

 

Quran 80:0 Verse 80:0 In the name of God, The Most Kind, The Most Merciful.

 

Quran 80:1 Verse 80:1 He (Prophet Muhammad) frowned and turned away (from a blind man).

 

(Comment 1. God’s Quran, God’s Torah and God’s Gospel all say that the prophets of God are human with human emotions and human desires and human weaknesses so that humans do not mistakenly make God’s messengers into idols or mistakenly pray to God’s messengers.

All of God’s Books show the human faults of God’s messengers as a reminder that it is only God who is perfect and only God has the power to hear the prayers of humans.

 

(Comment 2. Those who believe that the messengers of God are perfect are using their imagination to come close to forbidden idol worship.

 

(Comment 3. Those who pray to saints are idol worshipping and imagining that perfect humans have the power of God to hear their prayers but the people who have died have no power to hear prayer. Only God who created every creation is perfect and only God has the power to hear prayer.

 

(Comment 4. God protects His Torah (Taurat), His Gospel (Injil) and His Quran. 
God protects His word. 
No one has the power to change the word of God. 
If humans could change the word of God in the Torah (Taurat) or the Gospel (Injil) or the Quran then no revelation could be trusted. 
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English 
http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/god-protects-his-torah-gospel-and-quran 
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Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allah-protects-his-taurat-injil-and-quran 
04B
Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allaah-protects-his-taurat-injil-and-quran

 

 

Quran 80:2 Verse 80:2 Because a blind man (Abdullah bin Umm Maktum (Abdullah ibn Umm Maktum)) came to him (Prophet Muhammad and interrupted Prophet Muhammad while he was taking to a chief of the Quraish tribe of stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia today Saudi Arabia).

(Comment 1. See Quran 80:1 comments.

 

 

Quran 80:3 Verse 80:3 But how do you (Prophet Muhammad) know (what the blind man wanted from you)? Maybe he (the blind man) wanted to be cleaned (of his sins by asking for your guidance).

(Comment 1. See Quran 80:1 comments.

 

 

Quran 80:4 Verse 80:4 Or to listen to what you (Prophet Muhammad) said so that what he (the blind man) remembered might benefit him.

(Comment 1. See Quran 80:1 comments.

 

 

Quran 80:5 Verse 80:5 As for the person (a chief of the Quraish tribe of stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah)) who think they have no need (of you or of God).

(Comment 1. See Quran 80:1 comments.

 

 

Quran 80:6 Verse 80:6 You (Prophet Muhammad) gave that person (a chief of the Quraish tribe of stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah) your) attention (even though they think they have no need of you or of God instead of attending to the blind man who interrupted you because he wanted you and God).

(Comment 1. See Quran 80:1 comments.

 

 

Quran 80:7 Verse 80:7 But there is no blame on you (Prophet Muhammad) if he (the blind man) does not clean himself (of sin because you are only a warner and it is God who decides who shall be correctly guided).

(Comment 1. See Quran 80:1 comments.

 

 

Quran 80:8 Verse 80:8 But as for the person (the blind man) who comes to you (Prophet Muhammad, who is) striving (to understand the truth) –

(Comment 1. See Quran 80:1 comments.

 

 

Quran 80:9 Verse 80:9 While that person (the blind man) fears (God).

(Comment 1. See Quran 80:1 comments.

 

 

Quran 80:10 Verse 80:10 From that person (the blind man) you (Prophet Muhammad) were distracted (and you Prophet Muhammad ignored him).

(Comment 1. See Quran 80:1 comments.

 

 

Quran 80:11 Verse 80:11 This (revelation) is a reminder (from God) –

(Comment 1. See Quran 80:1 comments.

 

 

Quran 80:12 Verse 80:12 For whoever wills to remember.

(Comment 1. See Quran 80:1 comments.

 

 

Quran 80:13 Verse 80:13 (The Quran which is written) in honoured pages -

 

Quran 80:14 Verse 80:14 (Pages that are) Exalted (in God’s word), and purified (cleaned by God’s mercy for God’s purpose).


(Note 1. Cleaning (purified).

Quran 3:164 Verse 3:164 God put a great favour on those with faith (the Jews with faith, the Christians with faith, the Sabians with faith, the idol worshippers who were accepting of faith in God and those who had known no God who were accepting of faith in God) when He (God) sent among them a messenger (Prophet Muhammad) from among themselves (from among the people who lived in Arabia, today Saudi Arabia) reciting to them (God’s) revelations (of the Quran) and cleaning them (of their sins by showing the people how to remove sin by worshipping God, the creator) and instructing them in the Book (the Quran) and in the wisdom (of how to conduct daily life) whereas before they had (lived their lives) in error (ignorance, worshipping stone idols or without a correct understanding of their religion).


(Note 2. Exalted.

Quran 31:27 Verse 31:27 And if all the trees in the earth were (made into writing) pens and the sea (was made into ink that was) increased with seven more seas (as sources of ink), the words (decrees, commands) of God would not have ended (by the time all the ink had ended). God is exalted in power (all mighty) and exalted in wisdom (all wise).

 

Quran 80:15 Verse 80:15 (Pages written) by the hands of (the messenger of God Prophet Muhammad).

Quran 80:16 Verse 80:16 (Prophet Muhammad the messenger of God who is) honourable (in his duties) and obedient (to God). 


(Note 1. Why is Quran 80:15 about the messenger of God?

Some verses in Quran chapter 80 are related to some verses in Quran chapter 96 in the following way:

Quran 80:19 (below) and Quran 96:2 (below) are similar revelations about the creation of humans.

In the same way Quran 80:15 (above) and Quran 96:4 (below) are similar revelations about Prophet Muhammad.

Quran 80:19 Verse 80:19 From a drop (of male semen inserted into the female eggHe (God) created and proportioned him (the human).

Quran 96:2 Verse 96:2 Created the human from a clinging clot (of blood, the embryo that results when the male sperm is inserted into the female egg).

Quran 96:4 Verse 96:4 (It is God) who taught (the messengers of God, Prophet Moses Musa, Prophet David Dawud, Prophet Jesus Isa and Prophet Muhammad) how to use the pen (for writing the Torah Taurat and the Psalms Zabur and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran and thereby) – 

Quran 96:5 Verse 96:5 Taught the human (by revealing the Torah Taurat and the Psalms Zabur and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran) what (knowledge of God) they (the humans) did not know. 


(Note 2. Why is Quran 80:15 about the messengers of God?

In the verses that follow in Quran 80:16 – 80:17 God continues making revelations about Prophet Muhammad.

Quran 80:16 Verse 80:16 (Prophet Muhammad the messenger of God who is) honourable (in his duties) and obedient (to God).

Quran 80:17 Verse 80:17 (Delivering the message of God) warning (of misfortune in the Hereafter) to the(disbelieving) human (the stone idol worshipper in Mecca Arabia). How ungrateful (to God) he (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca Arabia) is.


(Note 3. See Quran 68:1 and 96:4.

Quran 68:1 Verse 68:1 Nun. By (the truth of the existence of) the pen and (by the truth of) what they (the messengers of God, Prophet Moses Musa, Prophet David Dawud, Prophet Jesus Isa and Prophet Muhammad) write (in the Torah Taurat and the Psalms Zabur and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran, I God proclaim that) -

See Quran 68:1 comments.


Quran 96:4 Verse 96:4 (It is God) who taught (the messengers of God, Prophet Moses Musa, Prophet David Dawud, Prophet Jesus Isa and Prophet Muhammad) how to use the pen (for writing the Torah Taurat and the Psalms Zabur and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran and thereby) – 

Quran 96:5 Verse 96:5 Taught the human (by revealing the Torah Taurat and the Psalms Zabur and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran) what (knowledge of God) they (the humans) did not know. 

See Quran 96:4 comments.


(Note 4. Why did God teach every messenger of God how to use the pen?

Why did God teach every messenger of God how to read and write?

If the messengers of God could not read and write then they could not check what their scribes had written.

If the messengers of God could not read and write then they would not know the correct spelling of each word of God. 

If the messengers of God could not read and write then they could not be held responsible for correctly conveying the message of God if their scribes made errors in their writings.


The importance of the pen is revealed by God in both the first and the second revelations of the Quran because God is telling Prophet Muhammad to immediately begin to write down what God is revealing to his heart (mind, brain).

In the beginning Prophet Muhammad had no scribes because Prophet Muhammad was the first Muslim and God was commanding His messenger to write down with a pen with his own hand what was revealed to him.


It is the Prophet of God who is responsible to correctly convey the message of God therefore it was necessary that the Prophet be able to read and write otherwise he would not be able to immediately record what God revealed and later he would not be able to check what scribes had recorded.

To convey the message of God every messenger is given the skill of reading and writing.


(Note 5. Prophet Muhammad is the unlettered Prophet.

See: What does unlettered mean?


See 1. What does Ummi mean?

What does lettered and unlettered mean?

297 God/Verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/what-does-ummi-mean

297a Allah/Verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/what-does-ummi-mean-a

297b Allah/Ayah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/what-does-ummi-mean-b

297c Allaah/Verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/what-does-ummi-mean-c

297d Allaah/Ayah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/what-does-ummi-mean-d

 

See 2. Can Prophet Muhammad read and write?

Prophet Muhammad can read and write.

299 god/verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/can-prophet-muhammad-read-and-write  

299A allah/verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/can-prophet-muhammad-read-and-write-a

299B allah/ayah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/can-prophet-muhammad-read-and-write-b 

299C allaah/verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/can-prophet-muhammad-read-and-write-c  

299D allah/ayah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/can-prophet-muhammad-read-and-write-d  

 

See 3. The Torah Taurat, Gospel Injil and Koran Quran are from one God.

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

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

318B Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/taurat-injil-quran-are-from-one-allaah

 

See 4. Humans did not change Ishmael Ismail and Isaac Ishaq in the Torah Taurat, Gospel Injil and Koran Quran.

319 English https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/humans-did-not-change-ishmael-and-isaac-in-the-torah-gospel-and-quran

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

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

 

See 5. Haman is the same in the Torah Taurat and Koran Quran.

320 English https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/haman-is-the-same-in-the-torah-and-quran

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

320B Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/hamaan-is-the-same-in-the-taurat-and-quran 

 

See 6. God forgives adultery.

321 English https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/god-forgives-adultery

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

321B Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allaah-forgives-adultery  

 

See 7. Jewish Christian Muslim interfaith dialogue.

The key to Jewish Muslim Christian interfaith dialogue.

The key to Muslim Jewish Christian inter faith dialogue.

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

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

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

 

See 8. Apostasy in Islam.

In the Quran God 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 God and in the name of human hadith stories.

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

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

298b allah/ayah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/apostasy-in-islam-b     

298c allaah/verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/apostasy-in-islam-c      

298d allaah/ayah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/apostasy-in-islam-d       

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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


 

Quran 80:16 Verse 80:16 (Prophet Muhammad the messenger of God who ishonourable (in his duties) and obedient (to God).


(Note 1. The obedient messenger.

Quran 39:11 Verse 39:11 Say (Prophet Muhammad): "I am commanded to worship God with sincere obedience to Him (God);


(Note 2. The honourable messenger.

Quran 69:38 Verse 69:38 So I (God) swear by what you (humans and jinn) see (God swears by all that is known to humans and jinn because God is the one who knows everything. God swears an oath of truthfulness based on what humans and jinn can see of God’s creation).


Quran 69:39 Verse 69:39 And by what you (humans and jinn) do not see (God swears by all that is unknown because God is the one who knows all that is unknown. God swears an oath of truthfulness based on what humans and jinn know about the attributes of God).


Quran 69:40 Verse 69:40 That it (the Quran) is the word (recited and recorded) by an honourable messenger (of God, Prophet Muhammad).


(Comment 1. The stone idol worshippers will not accept an oath in the name of God because they do not believe in God unless it is a stone statue.

Therefore God swears to the truth in the name of what the stone idol worshippers accept such as the things they can see and the things they cannot see.

In the Torah Taurat God swears in a different way because God is making revelations to the Hebrew people (the Jewish people) who had already accepted the reality of God. 

For the people of the Torah Taurat there is nothing greater than God swearing in His name (God’s name). 

Jewish Hebrew Bible Genesis 22:16 and said: 'By Myself have I sworn, said the LORD (God) …” 


 

Quran 80:17 Verse 80:17 (Delivering the message of God) warning (of misfortune in the Hereafter) to the (disbelieving) human (the stone idol worshipper in Mecca Arabia). How ungrateful (to God) he (the stone idol worshipper in Mecca Arabia) is.

 

Quran 80:18 Verse 80:18 From what did He (God) create him (the human)?

 

Quran 80:19 Verse 80:19 From a drop (of male semen inserted into the female egg) He (God) created and proportioned him (the human).


Quran 80:20 Verse 80:20 Then He (God) eases the way (of life) for the human (by providing the guidance of right and wrong to them).

 

Quran 80:21 Verse 80:21 Then He (God) causes the human to die and provides a grave for them.

 

Quran 80:22 Verse 80:22 Then when He (God) wills, He (God) shall resurrect them ((humans) from death back to life).

 

Quran 80:23 Verse 80:23 However (many) humans have not complied with what He (God) has commanded of them (to do which is to believe in God who created them and to follow God’s guidance to do what is good and avoid what is evil).

 

Quran 80:24 Verse 80:24 Let humans look at their food (and think where it came from?).

 

Quran 80:25 Verse 80:25 How We (God) poured down abundant water (from the sky).

 

Quran 80:26 Verse 80:26 And how We (God) broke the earth (so that it became soil).

 

Quran 80:27 Verse 80:27 And caused grain to grow in it (the soil).

 

Quran 80:28 Verse 80:28 And grapes and pasture.

 

Quran 80:29 Verse 80:29 And olives and (date) palm trees.

 

Quran 80:30 Verse 80:30 And gardens of crops.

 

Quran 80:31 Verse 80:31 And fruit and grass.

 

Quran 80:32 Verse 80:32 To be enjoyed by you and your animals.

 

Quran 80:33 Verse 80:33 Then when the deafening sound (of the second blow of the ram’s horn “trumpet” announcing the Day of Resurrection) comes.

 

Quran 80:34 Verse 80:34 On that Day (of Resurrection) humans shall run from their brother (and sister).

 

Quran 80:35 Verse 80:35 And from their mother and their father.

 

Quran 80:36 Verse 80:36 And from their wife (or their husband) and their children.

 

Quran 80:37 Verse 80:37 Every person on that Day (of Resurrection) shall have a matter of (God’s judgement of them that shall) concern them (so that they shall not think about anyone else).

 

(Comment 1. Quran 70:10 Verse 70:10 And no friend (or relative) shall ask about their friend (or relative because every person shall only be concerned with God’s Judgement of them) -

 

Quran 70:11 Verse 70:11 Even though they (the friends and relatives) shall be able to see each other (they shall not speak to each other because of their great fear on that Day of Judgement). The wrong doer shall wish they could give their son (as an exchange so as to escape) from the punishment.

 

 

Quran 80:38 Verse 80:38 (Some) faces on that Day (of Judgement) shall be bright.

 

Quran 80:39 Verse 80:39 Laughing and rejoicing at the good news (that they shall be admitted to Paradise).

 

Quran 80:40 Verse 80:40 And (other) faces shall have dust on them.

 

Quran 80:41 Verse 80:41 Darkness shall cover them (because they shall be admitted to Hell fire).

 

Quran 80:42 Verse 80:42 They are the disbelievers and the wrongdoers.

 


 

 

Index:

The Quran Chapter 80 He Frowned (`Abasa, Abasa) in English.

 

 

 

A

 

Abdullah bin Umm Maktum (Abdullah bin Umm-Maktum, Abdullah ibn umme Maktum the blind man in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia who interrupted Prophet Muhammad).

Prophet Muhammad and Abdullah bin Umm Maktum 80:1 – 80:12

 

Angels.

The God’s Quran and the angels 80:13 – 80:16  

 

B

 

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

Prophet Muhammad and a chief of the tribe of Quraish 80:1 – 80:12, 80:17

 

C

 

Christian (Christians, the Christian religion, the religion of Christianity).

Prophet Muhammad (Mohamed, Mohammed, Mahamad, Muhammed) see Muhammad.

See Gospel.

 

Creation.

Creation is preordained 80:19

Where did your food come from? 80:24 – 80:32

 

D

 

Day of Judgement (Yawm ad-Din, Yaumiddeen, Day of Account, Day of Accounting, Day of Assembling, Day of Assembly, Day of Decision, Day of Distinction, Day of Judgment, Day of Meeting, Day of Mutual Meeting, Day of Gathering, The Hour, The Hour of the Day of Judgement, Day of Loss and Gain, Day of Reckoning, Day of Separation, Day of Severing, Day of Sorting out, Day of Summoning, Day of Verdict, Final Judgment, Judgement Day, Judgment Day, Last Judgment, Separation Day, The Threatened Day, The Last Day is the end of the earth followed by the Day of Resurrection which is also the Day of Judgement, The Hour of the End of the Earth is immediately followed by the Resurrection and the Judgement).

Some faces shall be bright 80:38 – 80:39

Some faces shall have dust and be dark 80:40 – 80:42

Resurrected humans shall hurry to the judgement and not think about anyone else 80:34 – 80:37

 

Day of Resurrection (Yawm al-Qiyamah, Day of Emergence from the graves, Inevitable Reality, Resurrection Day, The Deafening Sound (As-Sakhkhah), The Last Day is the end of the earth followed by the Day of Resurrection which is also the Day of Judgement, The Overwhelming Event, The Hour of the End of the Earth is immediately followed by the Resurrection and the Judgement).

Resurrected humans shall hurry to the judgement and not think about anyone else 80:33 – 80:37

The deafening sound 80:33

 

E

 

 

F

 

 

G                                                      

 

Gospel (Injil, Injeel, Enjil, Enjeel, Al-Injil, Al-Injeel, Al-Enjil, Al-Enjeel) in the New Bible (New Testament, Christian Bible).

God’s Quran, God’s Torah and God’s Gospel all say that the prophets of God are human 80:1 comments

 

H

 

Hell (Hell fire, Jahannam, Gehenna, Gehennem, Gehinnam, Gehinnom, Saqr, Saqar).

Some faces shall have dust and be dark 80:40 – 80:42

 

I

 

 

J

 

Jahannam.

See Hell.

 

Jannah.

See Paradise.

 

Jew (Jews, the Jewish religion, the religion of Judaism).

Prophet Muhammad (Mohamed, Mohammed, Mahamad, Muhammed) see Muhammad.

See Torah.

 

K

 

 

L

 

 

M

 

Muhammad (Prophet Muhammad, Mohamed, Mohammed, Mahamad, Muhammed, Muhammad bin Abdullah, Muhammad ibn Abdullah, 53 BH – 11 AH (571 – 632 CE, 571 – 632 AD), Muhammad means “Praiseworthy”, Muhammad’s father Abdullah ('Abdullah bin 'Abd al-Muttalib, Abdullah bin Abd al-Muttalib, Abdullah bin Abd al-Muttalib) died before Muhammad’s birth and Muhammad’s mother Aminah (Amina bint Wahb az-Zuhriyya, Aminah bint Wahab) died when Muhammad was 6 years old, Muhammad’s grandfather Abdul Muttalib (Shaiba bin Hashim, Shaiba bin Hashim, Abd al-Muttalib) died when Muhammad was 8 years oldMuhammad was cared for by his uncle Abu Talib (Imran, Abu Talib bin Abd al-Muṭṭalib a leader of the Banu Hashim (Banu Hashem) clan of the Quraish tribe (Quraysh tribe) in Mecca (Makkah), Prophet Muhammad is the last prophet and messenger revealed by God.

Prophet Muhammad and a chief of the tribe of Quraish 80:1 – 80:11

 

Muslim (Muslims, the Muslim religion, the religion of Islam).

Prophet Muhammad (Mohamed, Mohammed, Mahamad, Muhammed) see Muhammad.

See Quran.

 

N

 

 

O

 

 

P

 

Paradise (Adn, ‘Adn, Eden, Everlasting Garden, Everlasting Gardens, Garden of Bliss, Garden of Delight, Garden of Eden, Gardens of Eden, Garden of Eternity, Gardens of Eternity, Garden of Paradise, Garden of Pleasure, Gardens of Pleasure, Garden of Perpetuity, Gardens of Perpetuity, Jannah).

Some faces shall be bright 80:38 – 80:39

 

Preordain.

Creation is preordained 80:19

 

Prophet (prophets).

Hadrat Muhammad (Mohamed, Mohammed, Mahamad, Muhammed) see Muhammad.

Hadhrat Muhammad (Mohamed, Mohammed, Mahamad, Muhammed) see Muhammad.

Hazrat Muhammad (Mohamed, Mohammed, Mahamad, Muhammed) see Muhammad.

Prophet Muhammad (Mohamed, Mohammed, Mahamad, Muhammed) see Muhammad.

 

Q

 

Quraish.

See Banu Quraish.

 

Quran (The Coran, Al-Coran, Al Coran, The Koran, Al-Koran, Al Koran, The Quran, Al Quran, Al-Quran, The Qur'an, Al-Qur'an, Al Qur'an, The Qur’ān, Al-Qur’ān, Al Qur’ān, Honourable Recital, Nobel Quran, Reminder of their Lord, The Book of Truth, The Clear Book, The Criterion of Right and Wrong, The Criterion of Truth and Falsehood, The Light, The Quran of Truth, The Truth, Holy book of Islam, means, the recitation, as recited by God through Angel Gabriel (Jibrail, Jibreel, Jibril, Jibrael) to Prophet Muhammad, the Quran is the final book of guidance sent to humans by God through Angel Gabriel (Jibril) to Prophet Muhammad and revealed over a period of 23 years).

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The God’s Quran and the angels 80:13 – 80:16  

 

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Religion.

Share the word of God with every human that comes to you 80:11 – 80:12  

 

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Torah (Tawrah, Tawrat, Taurat, Tavrat, Al-Tawrah, Al-Tawrat, Al-Taurat, Al-Tavrat) in the Old Bible (Old Testament, Hebrew Bible, Jewish Bible). The Scripture of the Torah (Taurat) of Prophet Moses (Musa) is the first five chapters in the Old Bible called Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. Torah means the teachings from God or Divine teaching. The revelations of the other prophets of God (“The Prophets”) and their writings (“The Writings”) are included in the Old Bible with the Torah (Taurat) as they were in the time of Prophet Muhammad and as they are today and all the revelations from Prophet Moses (Musa) and the other prophets are in one book called the Holy Scriptures. “The Torah” meaning “The Law”.

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Yawm ad-Din.

See Day of Judgement.

 

Yawm al-Qiyamah.

See Day of Resurrection.

 

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

 

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

 

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Islam and the Quran index http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/index  

 

The Quran, Torah and Gospel on the Moon and Mars (home page) 

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran