20d. Al Quran surah 20. Isa is not Allaah. TaaHaa طه


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                                                           14 September 2015 (1436 AH).


INDEX:
Al Quran surah 20. 

Is Jesus Allaah?

Is Isa Allaah?

Is Eesa Allaah?

Is Esa Allaah?

Is Essa Allaah?

Is Isaa Allaah?

Is Isah Allaah?

Is Isaah Allaah? 

Is Issa Allaah?

Is Issaa Allaah?

Is Issah Allaah?

Is Iesa Allaah?

Is Iesaa Allaah?

Is Iesah Allaah?

Is Iessa Allaah?

Is Iesus Allaah?

Is Yasu Allaah?

Is Yasuu Allaah? 

Is Yeshu Allaah?

Is Yeshua Allaah?

Is Yeshuaa Allaah?

Is Yesus Allaah?

Is Prophet Eesa Allaah?

Is Prophet Esa Allaah?

Is Prophet Essa Allaah?

Is Prophet Isaa Allaah?

Is Prophet Isah Allaah?

Is Prophet Isaah Allaah? 

Is Prophet Issa Allaah?

Is Prophet Issaa Allaah?

Is Prophet Issah Allaah?

Is Prophet Iesa Allaah?

Is Prophet Iesaa Allaah?

Is Prophet Iesah Allaah?

Is Prophet Iessa Allaah?

Is Prophet Iesus Allaah?

Is Prophet Yasu Allaah?

Is Prophet Yasuu Allaah? 

Is Prophet Yeshu Allaah?

Is Prophet Yeshua Allaah?

Is Prophet Yeshuaa Allaah?

Is Prophet Yesus Allaah?

Is Hadhrat Eesa Allaah?

Is Hadhrat Esa Allaah?

Is Hadhrat Essa Allaah?

Is Hadhrat Isaa Allaah?

Is Hadhrat Isah Allaah?

Is Hadhrat Isaah Allaah? 

Is Hadhrat Issa Allaah?

Is Hadhrat Issaa Allaah?

Is Hadhrat Issah Allaah?

Is Hadhrat Iesa Allaah?

Is Hadhrat Iesaa Allaah?

Is Hadhrat Iesah Allaah?

Is Hadhrat Iessa Allaah?

Is Hadhrat Iesus Allaah?

Is Hadhrat Yasu Allaah?

Is Hadhrat Yasuu Allaah? 

Is Hadhrat Yeshu Allaah?

Is Hadhrat Yeshua Allaah?

Is Hadhrat Yeshuaa Allaah?

Is Hadhrat Yesus Allaah?

Is Hadrat Eesa Allaah?

Is Hadrat Esa Allaah?

Is Hadrat Essa Allaah?

Is Hadrat Isaa Allaah?

Is Hadrat Isah Allaah?

Is Hadrat Isaah Allaah? 

Is Hadrat Issa Allaah?

Is Hadrat Issaa Allaah?

Is Hadrat Issah Allaah?

Is Hadrat Iesa Allaah?

Is Hadrat Iesaa Allaah?

Is Hadrat Iesah Allaah?

Is Hadrat Iessa Allaah?

Is Hadrat Iesus Allaah?

Is Hadrat Yasu Allaah?

Is Hadrat Yasuu Allaah? 

Is Hadrat Yeshu Allaah?

Is Hadrat Yeshua Allaah?

Is Hadrat Yeshuaa Allaah?

Is Hadrat Yesus Allaah?

Is Hajarat Eesa Allaah?

Is Hajarat Esa Allaah?

Is Hajarat Essa Allaah?

Is Hajarat Isaa Allaah?

Is Hajarat Isah Allaah?

Is Hajarat Isaah Allaah? 

Is Hajarat Issa Allaah?

Is Hajarat Issaa Allaah?

Is Hajarat Issah Allaah?

Is Hajarat Iesa Allaah?

Is Hajarat Iesaa Allaah?

Is Hajarat Iesah Allaah?

Is Hajarat Iessa Allaah?

Is Hajarat Iesus Allaah?

Is Hajarat Yasu Allaah?

Is Hajarat Yasuu Allaah? 

Is Hajarat Yeshu Allaah?

Is Hajarat Yeshua Allaah?

Is Hajarat Yeshuaa Allaah?

Is Hajarat Yesus Allaah?

Is Hajrat Eesa Allaah?

Is Hajrat Esa Allaah?

Is Hajrat Essa Allaah?

Is Hajrat Isaa Allaah?

Is Hajrat Isah Allaah?

Is Hajrat Isaah Allaah? 

Is Hajrat Issa Allaah?

Is Hajrat Issaa Allaah?

Is Hajrat Issah Allaah?

Is Hajrat Iesa Allaah?

Is Hajrat Iesaa Allaah?

Is Hajrat Iesah Allaah?

Is Hajrat Iessa Allaah?

Is Hajrat Iesus Allaah?

Is Hajrat Yasu Allaah?

Is Hajrat Yasuu Allaah? 

Is Hajrat Yeshu Allaah?

Is Hajrat Yeshua Allaah?

Is Hajrat Yeshuaa Allaah?

Is Hajrat Yesus Allaah?

Is Hazarat Eesa Allaah?

Is Hazarat Esa Allaah?

Is Hazarat Essa Allaah?

Is Hazarat Isaa Allaah?

Is Hazarat Isah Allaah?

Is Hazarat Isaah Allaah? 

Is Hazarat Issa Allaah?

Is Hazarat Issaa Allaah?

Is Hazarat Issah Allaah?

Is Hazarat Iesa Allaah?

Is Hazarat Iesaa Allaah?

Is Hazarat Iesah Allaah?

Is Hazarat Iessa Allaah?

Is Hazarat Iesus Allaah?

Is Hazarat Yasu Allaah?

Is Hazarat Yasuu Allaah? 

Is Hazarat Yeshu Allaah?

Is Hazarat Yeshua Allaah?

Is Hazarat Yeshuaa Allaah?

Is Hazarat Yesus Allaah?

Is Hazrat Eesa Allaah?

Is Hazrat Esa Allaah?

Is Hazrat Essa Allaah?

Is Hazrat Isaa Allaah?

Is Hazrat Isah Allaah?

Is Hazrat Isaah Allaah? 

Is Hazrat Issa Allaah?

Is Hazrat Issaa Allaah?

Is Hazrat Issah Allaah?

Is Hazrat Iesa Allaah?

Is Hazrat Iesaa Allaah?

Is Hazrat Iesah Allaah?

Is Hazrat Iessa Allaah?

Is Hazrat Iesus Allaah?

Is Hazrat Yasu Allaah?

Is Hazrat Yasuu Allaah? 

Is Hazrat Yeshu Allaah?

Is Hazrat Yeshua Allaah?

Is Hazrat Yeshuaa Allaah?

Is Hazrat Yesus Allaah?

Is Hazrate Isaa Allaah?

Is Hazrate Isah Allaah?

Is Hazrate Isaah Allaah

Is Hazrate Issa Allaah?

Is Hazrate Issaa Allaah?

Is Hazrate Issah Allaah?

Is Hazrate Iesa Allaah?

Is Hazrate Iesaa Allaah?

Is Hazrate Iesah Allaah?

Is Hazrate Iessa Allaah?

Is Hazrate Iesus Allaah?

Is Hazrate Yasu Allaah?

Is Hazrate Yasuu Allaah

Is Hazrate Yeshu Allaah?

Is Hazrate Yeshua Allaah?

Is Hazrate Yeshuaa Allaah?

Is Hazrate Yesus Allaah?

Is Anabi Eesa Allaah?

Is Anabi Esa Allaah?

Is Anabi Essa Allaah?

Is Anabi Isaa Allaah?

Is Anabi Isah Allaah?

Is Anabi Isaah Allaah? 

Is Anabi Issa Allaah?

Is Anabi Issaa Allaah?

Is Anabi Issah Allaah?

Is Anabi Iesa Allaah?

Is Anabi Iesaa Allaah?

Is Anabi Iesah Allaah?

Is Anabi Iessa Allaah?

Is Anabi Iesus Allaah?

Is Anabi Yasu Allaah?

Is Anabi Yasuu Allaah? 

Is Anabi Yeshu Allaah?

Is Anabi Yeshua Allaah?

Is Anabi Yeshuaa Allaah?

Is Anabi Yesus Allaah?

Is Annabi Eesa Allaah?

Is Annabi Esa Allaah?

Is Annabi Essa Allaah?

Is Annabi Isaa Allaah?

Is Annabi Isah Allaah?

Is Annabi Isaah Allaah? 

Is Annabi Issa Allaah?

Is Annabi Issaa Allaah?

Is Annabi Issah Allaah?

Is Annabi Iesa Allaah?

Is Annabi Iesaa Allaah?

Is Annabi Iesah Allaah?

Is Annabi Iessa Allaah?

Is Annabi Iesus Allaah?

Is Annabi Yasu Allaah?

Is Annabi Yasuu Allaah? 

Is Annabi Yeshu Allaah?

Is Annabi Yeshua Allaah?

Is Annabi Yeshuaa Allaah?

Is Annabi Yesus Allaah?

Is Naabi Eesa Allaah?

Is Naabi Esa Allaah?

Is Naabi Essa Allaah?

Is Naabi Isaa Allaah?

Is Naabi Isah Allaah?

Is Naabi Isaah Allaah? 

Is Naabi Issa Allaah?

Is Naabi Issaa Allaah?

Is Naabi Issah Allaah?

Is Naabi Iesa Allaah?

Is Naabi Iesaa Allaah?

Is Naabi Iesah Allaah?

Is Naabi Iessa Allaah?

Is Naabi Iesus Allaah?

Is Naabi Yasu Allaah?

Is Naabi Yasuu Allaah? 

Is Naabi Yeshu Allaah?

Is Naabi Yeshua Allaah?

Is Naabi Yeshuaa Allaah?

Is Naabi Yesus Allaah?

Is Nabe Eesa Allaah?

Is Nabe Esa Allaah?

Is Nabe Essa Allaah?

Is Nabe Isaa Allaah?

Is Nabe Isah Allaah?

Is Nabe Isaah Allaah? 

Is Nabe Issa Allaah?

Is Nabe Issaa Allaah?

Is Nabe Issah Allaah?

Is Nabe Iesa Allaah?

Is Nabe Iesaa Allaah?

Is Nabe Iesah Allaah?

Is Nabe Iessa Allaah?

Is Nabe Iesus Allaah?

Is Nabe Yasu Allaah?

Is Nabe Yasuu Allaah? 

Is Nabe Yeshu Allaah?

Is Nabe Yeshua Allaah?

Is Nabe Yeshuaa Allaah?

Is Nabe Yesus Allaah?

Is Nabbi Eesa Allaah?

Is Nabbi Esa Allaah?

Is Nabbi Essa Allaah?

Is Nabbi Isaa Allaah?

Is Nabbi Isah Allaah?

Is Nabbi Isaah Allaah? 

Is Nabbi Issa Allaah?

Is Nabbi Issaa Allaah?

Is Nabbi Issah Allaah?

Is Nabbi Iesa Allaah?

Is Nabbi Iesaa Allaah?

Is Nabbi Iesah Allaah?

Is Nabbi Iessa Allaah?

Is Nabbi Iesus Allaah?

Is Nabbi Yasu Allaah?

Is Nabbi Yasuu Allaah? 

Is Nabbi Yeshu Allaah?

Is Nabbi Yeshua Allaah?

Is Nabbi Yeshuaa Allaah?

Is Nabbi Yesus Allaah?

Is Nabee Eesa Allaah?

Is Nabee Esa Allaah?

Is Nabee Essa Allaah?

Is Nabee Isaa Allaah?

Is Nabee Isah Allaah?

Is Nabee Isaah Allaah? 

Is Nabee Issa Allaah?

Is Nabee Issaa Allaah?

Is Nabee Issah Allaah?

Is Nabee Iesa Allaah?

Is Nabee Iesaa Allaah?

Is Nabee Iesah Allaah?

Is Nabee Iessa Allaah?

Is Nabee Iesus Allaah?

Is Nabee Yasu Allaah?

Is Nabee Yasuu Allaah? 

Is Nabee Yeshu Allaah?

Is Nabee Yeshua Allaah?

Is Nabee Yeshuaa Allaah?

Is Nabee Yesus Allaah?

Is Nabi Eesa Allaah?

Is Nabi Esa Allaah?

Is Nabi Essa Allaah?

Is Nabi Isaa Allaah?

Is Nabi Isah Allaah?

Is Nabi Isaah Allaah? 

Is Nabi Issa Allaah?

Is Nabi Issaa Allaah?

Is Nabi Issah Allaah?

Is Nabi Iesa Allaah?

Is Nabi Iesaa Allaah?

Is Nabi Iesah Allaah?

Is Nabi Iessa Allaah?

Is Nabi Iesus Allaah?

Is Nabi Yasu Allaah?

Is Nabi Yasuu Allaah? 

Is Nabi Yeshu Allaah?

Is Nabi Yeshua Allaah?

Is Nabi Yeshuaa Allaah?

Is Nabi Yesus Allaah?

Is Nabiy Eesa Allaah?

Is Nabiy Esa Allaah?

Is Nabiy Essa Allaah?

Is Nabiy Isaa Allaah?

Is Nabiy Isah Allaah?

Is Nabiy Isaah Allaah? 

Is Nabiy Issa Allaah?

Is Nabiy Issaa Allaah?

Is Nabiy Issah Allaah?

Is Nabiy Iesa Allaah?

Is Nabiy Iesaa Allaah?

Is Nabiy Iesah Allaah?

Is Nabiy Iessa Allaah?

Is Nabiy Iesus Allaah?

Is Nabiy Yasu Allaah?

Is Nabiy Yasuu Allaah? 

Is Nabiy Yeshu Allaah?

Is Nabiy Yeshua Allaah?

Is Nabiy Yeshuaa Allaah?

Is Nabiy Yesus Allaah?

Is Naby Eesa Allaah?

Is Naby Esa Allaah?

Is Naby Essa Allaah?

Is Naby Isaa Allaah?

Is Naby Isah Allaah?

Is Naby Isaah Allaah? 

Is Naby Issa Allaah?

Is Naby Issaa Allaah?

Is Naby Issah Allaah?

Is Naby Iesa Allaah?

Is Naby Iesaa Allaah?

Is Naby Iesah Allaah?

Is Naby Iessa Allaah?

Is Naby Iesus Allaah?

Is Naby Yasu Allaah?

Is Naby Yasuu Allaah? 

Is Naby Yeshu Allaah?

Is Naby Yeshua Allaah?

Is Naby Yeshuaa Allaah?

Is Naby Yesus Allaah?

Jesus is not Allaah.

Eesa is not Allaah.

Esa is not Allaah.

Essa is not Allaah.

Isa is not Allaah.

Isaa is not Allaah.

Isah is not Allaah.

Isaah is not Allaah. 

Issa is not Allaah.

Issaa is not Allaah.

Issah is not Allaah.

Iesa is not Allaah.

Iesaa is not Allaah.

Iesah is not Allaah.

Iessa is not Allaah.

Iesus is not Allaah.

Yasu is not Allaah.

Yasuu is not Allaah. 

Yeshu is not Allaah.

Yeshua is not Allaah.

Yeshuaa is not Allaah.

Yesus is not Allaah.

Prophet Jesus is not Allaah.

Prophet Isa is not Allaah.

Hadhrat Jesus is not Allaah.

Hadhrat Isa is not Allaah.

Hadrat Jesus is not Allaah.

Hadrat Isa is not Allaah.

Hajarat Jesus is not Allaah.

Hajarat Isa is not Allaah.

Hajrat Jesus is not Allaah.

Hajrat Isa is not Allaah.

Hazarat Jesus is not Allaah.

Hazarat Isa is not Allaah.

Hazrat Jesus is not Allaah.

Hazrat Isa is not Allaah.

Anabi Jesus is not Allaah.

Anabi Isa is not Allaah.

Annabi Jesus is not Allaah.

Annabi Isa is not Allaah.

Naabi Jesus is not Allaah.

Naabi Isa is not Allaah.

Nabe Jesus is not Allaah.

Nabe Isa is not Allaah.

Nabbi Jesus is not Allaah.

Nabbi Isa is not Allaah.

Nabee Jesus is not Allaah.

Nabee Isa is not Allaah.

Nabi Jesus is not Allaah.

Nabi Isa is not Allaah.

Nabiy Jesus is not Allaah.

Nabiy Isa is not Allaah.

Naby Jesus is not Allaah.

Naby Isa is not Allaah.

See Quran 20:133 comments.

The story of Moses.
The story of Moosa.
The story of Moosaa.
The story of Moossa.
The story of Mooses.
The story of Mosa.
The story of Mosaa.
The story of Mosess.
The story of Moshe.
The story of Mosheh.
The story of Mosoos.
The story of Mosos.
The story of Mossa.
The story of Mosses.
The story of Mosus.
The story of Mousa.
The story of Mousaa.
The story of Moussa.
The story of Musa.
The story of Mussa.
The story of Mussaa.
The story of Musus.
The story of Prophet Moses.
The story of Prophet Moosa.
The story of Prophet Moosaa.
The story of Prophet Moossa.
The story of Prophet Mooses.
The story of Prophet Mosa.
The story of Prophet Mosaa.
The story of Prophet Mosess.
The story of Prophet Moshe.
The story of Prophet Mosheh.
The story of Prophet Mosoos.
The story of Prophet Mosos.
The story of Prophet Mossa.
The story of Prophet Mosses.
The story of Prophet Mosus.
The story of Prophet Mousa.
The story of Prophet Mousaa.
The story of Prophet Moussa.
The story of Prophet Musa.
The story of Prophet Mussa.
The story of Prophet Mussaa.
The story of Prophet Musus.
The story of Hadhrat Moses.
The story of Hadhrat Moosa.
The story of Hadhrat Moosaa.
The story of Hadhrat Moossa.
The story of Hadhrat Mooses.
The story of Hadhrat Mosa.
The story of Hadhrat Mosaa.
The story of Hadhrat Mosess.
The story of Hadhrat Moshe.
The story of Hadhrat Mosheh.
The story of Hadhrat Mosoos.
The story of Hadhrat Mosos.
The story of Hadhrat Mossa.
The story of Hadhrat Mosses.
The story of Hadhrat Mosus.
The story of Hadhrat Mousa.
The story of Hadhrat Mousaa.
The story of Hadhrat Moussa.
The story of Hadhrat Musa.
The story of Hadhrat Mussa.
The story of Hadhrat Mussaa.
The story of Hadhrat Musus.
The story of Hadrat Moses.
The story of Hadrat Moosa.
The story of Hadrat Moosaa.
The story of Hadrat Moossa.
The story of Hadrat Mooses.
The story of Hadrat Mosa.
The story of Hadrat Mosaa.
The story of Hadrat Mosess.
The story of Hadrat Moshe.
The story of Hadrat Mosheh.
The story of Hadrat Mosoos.
The story of Hadrat Mosos.
The story of Hadrat Mossa.
The story of Hadrat Mosses.
The story of Hadrat Mosus.
The story of Hadrat Mousa.
The story of Hadrat Mousaa.
The story of Hadrat Moussa.
The story of Hadrat Musa.
The story of Hadrat Mussa.
The story of Hadrat Mussaa.
The story of Hadrat Musus.
The story of Hajarat Moses.
The story of Hajarat Moosa.
The story of Hajarat Moosaa.
The story of Hajarat Moossa.
The story of Hajarat Mooses.
The story of Hajarat Mosa.
The story of Hajarat Mosaa.
The story of Hajarat Mosess.
The story of Hajarat Moshe.
The story of Hajarat Mosheh.
The story of Hajarat Mosoos.
The story of Hajarat Mosos.
The story of Hajarat Mossa.
The story of Hajarat Mosses.
The story of Hajarat Mosus.
The story of Hajarat Mousa.
The story of Hajarat Mousaa.
The story of Hajarat Moussa.
The story of Hajarat Musa.
The story of Hajarat Mussa.
The story of Hajarat Mussaa.
The story of Hajarat Musus.
The story of Hajrat Moses.
The story of Hajrat Moosa.
The story of Hajrat Moosaa.
The story of Hajrat Moossa.
The story of Hajrat Mooses.
The story of Hajrat Mosa.
The story of Hajrat Mosaa.
The story of Hajrat Mosess.
The story of Hajrat Moshe.
The story of Hajrat Mosheh.
The story of Hajrat Mosoos.
The story of Hajrat Mosos.
The story of Hajrat Mossa.
The story of Hajrat Mosses.
The story of Hajrat Mosus.
The story of Hajrat Mousa.
The story of Hajrat Mousaa.
The story of Hajrat Moussa.
The story of Hajrat Musa.
The story of Hajrat Mussa.
The story of Hajrat Mussaa.
The story of Hajrat Musus.
The story of Hazarat Moses.
The story of Hazarat Moosa.
The story of Hazarat Moosaa.
The story of Hazarat Moossa.
The story of Hazarat Mooses.
The story of Hazarat Mosa.
The story of Hazarat Mosaa.
The story of Hazarat Mosess.
The story of Hazarat Moshe.
The story of Hazarat Mosheh.
The story of Hazarat Mosoos.
The story of Hazarat Mosos.
The story of Hazarat Mossa.
The story of Hazarat Mosses.
The story of Hazarat Mosus.
The story of Hazarat Mousa.
The story of Hazarat Mousaa.
The story of Hazarat Moussa.
The story of Hazarat Musa.
The story of Hazarat Mussa.
The story of Hazarat Mussaa.
The story of Hazarat Musus.
The story of Hazrat Moses.
The story of Hazrat Moosa.
The story of Hazrat Moosaa.
The story of Hazrat Moossa.
The story of Hazrat Mooses.
The story of Hazrat Mosa.
The story of Hazrat Mosaa.
The story of Hazrat Mosess.
The story of Hazrat Moshe.
The story of Hazrat Mosheh.
The story of Hazrat Mosoos.
The story of Hazrat Mosos.
The story of Hazrat Mossa.
The story of Hazrat Mosses.
The story of Hazrat Mosus.
The story of Hazrat Mousa.
The story of Hazrat Mousaa.
The story of Hazrat Moussa.
The story of Hazrat Musa.
The story of Hazrat Mussa.
The story of Hazrat Mussaa.
The story of Hazrat Musus.
The story of Hazrate Mosa. 
The story of Hazrate Mosaa. 
The story of Hazrate Mosess. 
The story of Hazrate Moshe. 
The story of Hazrate Mosheh. 
The story of Hazrate Mosoos. 
The story of Hazrate Mosos. 
The story of Hazrate Mossa. 
The story of Hazrate Mosses. 
The story of Hazrate Mosus. 
The story of Hazrate Mousa. 
The story of Hazrate Mousaa. 
The story of Hazrate Moussa. 
The story of Hazrate Musa. 
The story of Hazrate Mussa. 
The story of Hazrate Mussaa. 
The story of Hazrate Musus.
The story of Anabi Moses.
The story of Anabi Moosa.
The story of Anabi Moosaa.
The story of Anabi Moossa.
The story of Anabi Mooses.
The story of Anabi Mosa.
The story of Anabi Mosaa.
The story of Anabi Mosess.
The story of Anabi Moshe.
The story of Anabi Mosheh.
The story of Anabi Mosoos.
The story of Anabi Mosos.
The story of Anabi Mossa.
The story of Anabi Mosses.
The story of Anabi Mosus.
The story of Anabi Mousa.
The story of Anabi Mousaa.
The story of Anabi Moussa.
The story of Anabi Musa.
The story of Anabi Mussa.
The story of Anabi Mussaa.
The story of Anabi Musus.
The story of Annabi Moses.
The story of Annabi Moosa.
The story of Annabi Moosaa.
The story of Annabi Moossa.
The story of Annabi Mooses.
The story of Annabi Mosa.
The story of Annabi Mosaa.
The story of Annabi Mosess.
The story of Annabi Moshe.
The story of Annabi Mosheh.
The story of Annabi Mosoos.
The story of Annabi Mosos.
The story of Annabi Mossa.
The story of Annabi Mosses.
The story of Annabi Mosus.
The story of Annabi Mousa.
The story of Annabi Mousaa.
The story of Annabi Moussa.
The story of Annabi Musa.
The story of Annabi Mussa.
The story of Annabi Mussaa.
The story of Annabi Musus.
The story of Naabi Moses.
The story of Naabi Moosa.
The story of Naabi Moosaa.
The story of Naabi Moossa.
The story of Naabi Mooses.
The story of Naabi Mosa.
The story of Naabi Mosaa.
The story of Naabi Mosess.
The story of Naabi Moshe.
The story of Naabi Mosheh.
The story of Naabi Mosoos.
The story of Naabi Mosos.
The story of Naabi Mossa.
The story of Naabi Mosses.
The story of Naabi Mosus.
The story of Naabi Mousa.
The story of Naabi Mousaa.
The story of Naabi Moussa.
The story of Naabi Musa.
The story of Naabi Mussa.
The story of Naabi Mussaa.
The story of Naabi Musus.
The story of Nabe Moses.
The story of Nabe Moosa.
The story of Nabe Moosaa.
The story of Nabe Moossa.
The story of Nabe Mooses.
The story of Nabe Mosa.
The story of Nabe Mosaa.
The story of Nabe Mosess.
The story of Nabe Moshe.
The story of Nabe Mosheh.
The story of Nabe Mosoos.
The story of Nabe Mosos.
The story of Nabe Mossa.
The story of Nabe Mosses.
The story of Nabe Mosus.
The story of Nabe Mousa.
The story of Nabe Mousaa.
The story of Nabe Moussa.
The story of Nabe Musa.
The story of Nabe Mussa.
The story of Nabe Mussaa.
The story of Nabe Musus.
The story of Nabbi Moses.
The story of Nabbi Moosa.
The story of Nabbi Moosaa.
The story of Nabbi Moossa.
The story of Nabbi Mooses.
The story of Nabbi Mosa.
The story of Nabbi Mosaa.
The story of Nabbi Mosess.
The story of Nabbi Moshe.
The story of Nabbi Mosheh.
The story of Nabbi Mosoos.
The story of Nabbi Mosos.
The story of Nabbi Mossa.
The story of Nabbi Mosses.
The story of Nabbi Mosus.
The story of Nabbi Mousa.
The story of Nabbi Mousaa.
The story of Nabbi Moussa.
The story of Nabbi Musa.
The story of Nabbi Mussa.
The story of Nabbi Mussaa.
The story of Nabbi Musus.
The story of Nabee Moses.
The story of Nabee Moosa.
The story of Nabee Moosaa.
The story of Nabee Moossa.
The story of Nabee Mooses.
The story of Nabee Mosa.
The story of Nabee Mosaa.
The story of Nabee Mosess.
The story of Nabee Moshe.
The story of Nabee Mosheh.
The story of Nabee Mosoos.
The story of Nabee Mosos.
The story of Nabee Mossa.
The story of Nabee Mosses.
The story of Nabee Mosus.
The story of Nabee Mousa.
The story of Nabee Mousaa.
The story of Nabee Moussa.
The story of Nabee Musa.
The story of Nabee Mussa.
The story of Nabee Mussaa.
The story of Nabee Musus.
The story of Nabi Moses.
The story of Nabi Moosa.
The story of Nabi Moosaa.
The story of Nabi Moossa.
The story of Nabi Mooses.
The story of Nabi Mosa.
The story of Nabi Mosaa.
The story of Nabi Mosess.
The story of Nabi Moshe.
The story of Nabi Mosheh.
The story of Nabi Mosoos.
The story of Nabi Mosos.
The story of Nabi Mossa.
The story of Nabi Mosses.
The story of Nabi Mosus.
The story of Nabi Mousa.
The story of Nabi Mousaa.
The story of Nabi Moussa.
The story of Nabi Musa.
The story of Nabi Mussa.
The story of Nabi Mussaa.
The story of Nabi Musus.
The story of Nabiy Moses.
The story of Nabiy Moosa.
The story of Nabiy Moosaa.
The story of Nabiy Moossa.
The story of Nabiy Mooses.
The story of Nabiy Mosa.
The story of Nabiy Mosaa.
The story of Nabiy Mosess.
The story of Nabiy Moshe.
The story of Nabiy Mosheh.
The story of Nabiy Mosoos.
The story of Nabiy Mosos.
The story of Nabiy Mossa.
The story of Nabiy Mosses.
The story of Nabiy Mosus.
The story of Nabiy Mousa.
The story of Nabiy Mousaa.
The story of Nabiy Moussa.
The story of Nabiy Musa.
The story of Nabiy Mussa.
The story of Nabiy Mussaa.
The story of Nabiy Musus.
The story of Naby Moses.
The story of Naby Moosa.
The story of Naby Moosaa.
The story of Naby Moossa.
The story of Naby Mooses.
The story of Naby Mosa.
The story of Naby Mosaa.
The story of Naby Mosess.
The story of Naby Moshe.
The story of Naby Mosheh.
The story of Naby Mosoos.
The story of Naby Mosos.
The story of Naby Mossa.
The story of Naby Mosses.
The story of Naby Mosus.
The story of Naby Mousa.
The story of Naby Mousaa.
The story of Naby Moussa.
The story of Naby Musa.
The story of Naby Mussa.
The story of Naby Mussaa.
The story of Naby Musus.
See Quran 20:9 – 20:99

The story of the Pharaoh
The story of the Feraoun.
The story of the Féraoun.
The story of the Feraon.
The story of the Feraun.
The story of the Ferawn.
The story of the Feron.
The story of the Feroon.
The story of the Ferown.
The story of the Firaaon.
The story of the Firaawn.
The story of the Firaon.
The story of the Firaoon.
The story of the Firaoun.
The story of the Fir'aun.
The story of the Firaun.
The story of the Fir'awn.
The story of the Firawn.
The story of the Fircoon.
The story of the Firhon.
The story of the Fir'oon.
The story of the Fircoon.
The story of the Firoon.
The story of the Firon.
The story of the Firoun.
The story of the Firown.
The story of the Fir'own.
The story of the Phiroun.
See Quran 20:22 – 20:79

What is Tuwa?
What is the valley of Tuwa?
Where is the valley of Tuwa?
What is Tuwaa?
What is the valley of Tuwaa?
Where is the valley of Tuwaa?
What is Tawa?
What is the valley of Tawa?
Where is the valley of Tawa?
What is Towa?
What is the valley of Towa?
Where is the valley of Towa?
Where is the valley of the revelation of the Torah?
Where is the valley of the revelation of the Taurat?
The burning bush in the Koran.
The burning bush in the Quran.
The burning bush in Al Quran.
The burning bush in the Torah and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Taura and the Koran.

The burning bush in the Tauraah and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Taurah and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Tauraat and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Taurat and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Tavraat and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Tavrat and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Tawraah and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Tawraat and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Tawrah and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Tawrat and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Thora and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Tooraat and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Toorah and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Toorat and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Tora and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Torá and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Toraat and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Torat and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Tourat and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Towraat and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Towrat and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Turat and the Koran.
The burning bush in Al-Tauraah and Al Koran.
The burning bush in Al-Taurah and Al Koran.
The burning bush in Al-Tauraat and Al Koran.
The burning bush in Al-Taurat and Al Koran.
The burning bush in Al-Tavraat and Al Koran.
The burning bush in Al-Tavrat and Al Koran.
The burning bush in Al-Tawraah and Al Koran.
The burning bush in Al-Tawraat and Al Koran.
The burning bush in Al-Tawrah and Al Koran.
The burning bush in Al-Tawrat and Al Koran.
The burning bush in Al-Tora and Al Koran.
The burning bush in Al-Torá and Al Koran.
The burning bush in Al-Torah and Al Koran.
The burning bush in Al- Torat and Al Koran.
The burning bush in Al-Towraat and Al Koran.
The burning bush in Al-Towrat and Al Koran.
The burning bush in Al- Turat and Al Koran.
The burning bush in At-Tauraat and Al Koran.
The burning bush in At-Taurah and Al Koran.
The burning bush in At-Taurat and Al Koran.
The burning bush in At-Tawraat and Al Koran.
The burning bush in At-Tawrah and Al Koran.
The burning bush in At-Tawrat and Al Koran.
The burning bush in At-Torah and Al Koran.
The burning bush in At-Towraat and Al Koran.
The burning bush in the Torah and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Taura and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Tauraah and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Taurah and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Tauraat and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Taurat and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Tavraat and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Tavrat and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Tawraah and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Tawraat and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Tawrah and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Tawrat and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Thora and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Tooraat and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Toorah and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Toorat and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Tora and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Torá and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Toraat and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Torat and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Tourat and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Towraat and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Towrat and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Turat and the Quran.
The burning bush in Al-Tauraah and Al Quran.
The burning bush in Al-Taurah and Al Quran.
The burning bush in Al-Tauraat and Al Quran.
The burning bush in Al-Taurat and Al Quran.
The burning bush in Al-Tavraat and Al Quran.
The burning bush in Al-Tavrat and Al Quran.
The burning bush in Al-Tawraah and Al Quran.
The burning bush in Al-Tawraat and Al Quran.
The burning bush in Al-Tawrah and Al Quran.
The burning bush in Al-Tawrat and Al Quran.
The burning bush in Al-Tora and Al Quran.
The burning bush in Al-Torá and Al Quran.
The burning bush in Al-Torah and Al Quran.
The burning bush in Al- Torat and Al Quran.
The burning bush in Al-Towraat and Al Quran.
The burning bush in Al-Towrat and Al Quran.
The burning bush in Al- Turat and Al Quran.
The burning bush in At-Tauraat and Al Quran.
The burning bush in At-Taurah and Al Quran.
The burning bush in At-Taurat and Al Quran.
The burning bush in At-Tawraat and Al Quran.
The burning bush in At-Tawrah and Al Quran.
The burning bush in At-Tawrat and Al Quran.
The burning bush in At-Torah and Al Quran.
The burning bush in At-Towraat and Al Quran.

See Quran 20:12 comments.

Who is Samiri?

Who is Saamari? 

Who is Samirii?

Who is Sameri?

Who is Samira? 

Who is Samiriyy?

Who is Samri? 

Who is Samariy?

Who is the messenger in the story of Saamari and the calf?
Who is the messenger in the story of Samari and the calf?
Who is the messenger in the story of Sameri and the calf?
Who is the messenger in the story of Samiri and the calf?
Who is the messenger in the story of Samirii and the calf?
Who is the messenger in the story of Sameri and the calf?
Who is the messenger in the story of Samira and the calf?
Who is the messenger in the story of Samiriyy and the calf?
Who is the messenger in the story of Samri and the calf?
Who is the messenger in the story of Samariy and the calf?
Who is Saamari and the calf in the Koran.
Who is Samari and the calf in the Koran.
Who is Sameri and the calf in the Koran.
Who is Samiri and the calf in the Koran.
Who is Samirii and the calf in the Koran.
Who is Sameri and the calf in the Koran.
Who is Samira and the calf in the Koran.
Who is Samiriyy and the calf in the Koran.
Who is Samri and the calf in the Koran.
Who is Samariy and the calf in the Koran.
Who is Saamari and the calf in the Quran.
Who is Samari and the calf in the Quran.
Who is Sameri and the calf in the Quran.
Who is Samiri and the calf in the Quran.
Who is Samirii and the calf in the Quran.
Who is Sameri and the calf in the Quran.
Who is Samira and the calf in the Quran.
Who is Samiriyy and the calf in the Quran.
Who is Samri and the calf in the Quran.
Who is Samariy and the calf in the Quran.
The story of Saamari and the calf.
The story of Samari and the calf.
The story of Sameri and the calf.
The story of Samiri and the calf.
The story of Samirii and the calf.
The story of Sameri and the calf.
The story of Samira and the calf.
The story of Samiriyy and the calf.
The story of Samri and the calf.
The story of Samariy and the calf.
See Quran 20:85 – 20:98 comments.

Jewish rabbinical literature in the Koran.
Jewish rabbinical literature in the Quran.

See Quran 20:85, 20:88 and 20:96  20:97 comments.

Is Prophet Muhammad in the Torah?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Taura?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Tauraah?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Taurah?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Tauraat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Taurat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Tavraat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Tavrat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Tawraah?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Tawraat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Tawrah?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Tawrat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Thora?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Tooraat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Toorah?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Toorat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Tora?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Torá?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Toraat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Torat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Tourat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Towraat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Towrat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Turat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Tauraah?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Taurah?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Tauraat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Taurat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Tavraat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Tavrat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Tawraah?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Tawraat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Tawrah?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Tawrat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Tora?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Torá?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Torah?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al- Torat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Towraat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Towrat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al- Turat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in At-Tauraat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in At-Taurah?
Is Prophet Muhammad in At-Taurat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in At-Tawraat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in At-Tawrah?
Is Prophet Muhammad in At-Tawrat?
Is Prophet Muhammad in At-Torah?
Is Prophet Muhammad in At-Towraat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Torah?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Taura?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Tauraah?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Taurah?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Tauraat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Taurat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Tavraat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Tavrat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Tawraah?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Tawraat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Tawrah?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Tawrat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Thora?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Tooraat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Toorah?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Toorat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Tora?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Torá?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Toraat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Torat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Tourat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Towraat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Towrat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Turat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Tauraah?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Taurah?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Tauraat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Taurat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Tavraat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Tavrat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Tawraah?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Tawraat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Tawrah?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Tawrat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Tora?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Torá?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Torah?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al- Torat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Towraat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Towrat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al- Turat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in At-Tauraat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in At-Taurah?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in At-Taurat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in At-Tawraat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in At-Tawrah?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in At-Tawrat?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in At-Torah?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in At-Towraat?
See Quran 20:133 comments.

Is Prophet Muhammad in the Gospel?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Engil?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Engeel?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Enjeel?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Enjil?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Indjeel?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Indjiel?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Ingeel?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Ingil?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Ingiil?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Injeel?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Injil?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Injiil?
Is Prophet Muhammad in the Injill?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Engil?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Engeel?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Enjeel?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Enjil?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Ingeel?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Ingil?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-injiil?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Injeel?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Injil?
Is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Injill?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Gospel?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Engil?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Engeel?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Enjeel?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Enjil?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Indjeel?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Indjiel?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Ingeel?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Ingil?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Ingiil?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Injeel?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Injil?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Injiil?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in the Injill?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Engil?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Engeel?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Enjeel?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Enjil?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Ingeel?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Ingil?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-injiil?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Injeel?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Injil?
Where is Prophet Muhammad in Al-Injill?
See Quran 20:133 comments.

مقطعات‎ 
فواتح السور 
حروف مقطعة 
ط ه
طه 

The disconnected letters in the Quran. 
The disconnected letters in the Koran. 
The abbreviated letters in the Quran. 
The abbreviated letters in the Koran. 
The shortened letters in the Quran. 
The shortened letters in the Koran. 
The broken letters in the Quran. 
The disjoined letters in the Quran. 
The initials in the Quran. 
The isolated letters of the Qur'an. 
The broken letters in the Koran. 
The disjoined letters in the Koran. 
The initials in the Koran. 
The isolated letters of the Koran. 
Quranic initials. 
One letter of the alphabet in the Quran. 
Two letters of the alphabet in the Quran. 
Three letters of the alphabet in the Quran. 
Four letters of the alphabet in the Quran. 
Five letters of the alphabet in the Quran. 
One letter of the alphabet in al Quran. 
Two letters of the alphabet in al Quran. 
Three letters of the alphabet in al Quran. 
Four letters of the alphabet in al Quran. 
Five letters of the alphabet in al Quran. 
One letter of the alphabet in the Koran. 
Two letters of the alphabet in the Koran. 
Three letters of the alphabet in the Koran. 
Four letters of the alphabet in the Koran. 
Five letters of the alphabet in the Koran. 
One letter of the alphabet in al Koran. 
Two letters of the alphabet in al Koran. 
Three letters of the alphabet in al Koran. 
Four letters of the alphabet in al Koran. 
Five letters of the alphabet in al Koran. 
Muqatta'at. 
Muqattaat. 
Haroof e muqattaat. 
Haroof-e muqattaat Quran. 
Haroof-e muqattaat Koran. 
Huroof e muqattaat. 
Huroof e muqattaat Quran. 
Huroof e muqattaat Koran. 
ط ه
طه 

What is Ta Ha in the Quran? 
What is Ta, Ha in the Quran? 
What is TaHa in the Quran? 
What is Ta ط Ha ه in the Quran? 
What is T. (Ta), H. (Ha) in the Quran? 
What is T H in the Quran? 
What is TH in the Quran? 
What is T.H. in the Quran? 
What is Ta-Ha in the Quran? 
What is ṭā hā in the Quran? 
What is ط ه in the Quran? 
What is طه in the Quran? 
What is Ta Ha in the Qur’an? 
What is Ta, Ha in the Qur’an? 
What is TaHa in the Qur’an? 
What is Ta ط Ha ه in the Qur’an? 
What is T. (Ta), H. (Ha) in the Qur’an? 
What is T H in the Qur’an? 
What is TH in the Qur’an? 
What is T.H. in the Qur’an? 
What is Ta-Ha in the Qur’an? 
What is ṭā hā in the Qur’an? 
What is ط ه in the Qur’an? 
What is طه in the Qur’an? 
What is Ta Ha in the Koran? 
What is Ta, Ha in the Koran? 
What is TaHa in the Koran? 
What is Ta ط Ha ه in the Koran? 
What is T. (Ta), H. (Ha) in the Koran? 
What is T H in the Koran? 
What is TH in the Koran? 
What is T.H. in the Koran? 
What is Ta-Ha in the Koran? 
What is ṭā hā in the Koran? 
What is ط ه in the Koran? 
What is طه in the Koran? 
What is Ta Ha in al Quran? 
What is Ta, Ha in al Quran? 
What is TaHa in al Quran? 
What is Ta ط Ha ه in al Quran? 
What is T. (Ta), H. (Ha) in al Quran? 
What is T H in al Quran? 
What is TH in al Quran? 
What is T.H. in al Quran? 
What is Ta-Ha in al Quran? 
What is ṭā hā in al Quran? 
What is ط ه in al Quran? 
What is طه in al Quran? 
What is Ta Ha in al Qur’an? 
What is Ta, Ha in al Qur’an? 
What is TaHa in al Qur’an? 
What is Ta ط Ha ه in al Qur’an? 
What is T. (Ta), H. (Ha) in al Qur’an? 
What is T H in al Qur’an? 
What is TH in al Qur’an? 
What is T.H. in al Qur’an? 
What is Ta-Ha in al Qur’an? 
What is ṭā hā in al Qur’an? 
What is ط ه in al Qur’an? 
What is طه in al Qur’an? 
What is Ta Ha in al Koran? 
What is Ta, Ha in al Koran? 
What is TaHa in al Koran? 
What is Ta ط Ha ه in al Koran? 
What is T. (Ta), H. (Ha) in al Koran? 
What is T H in al Koran? 
What is TH in al Koran? 
What is T.H. in al Koran? 
What is Ta-Ha in al Koran? 
What is ṭā hā in al Koran? 
What is ط ه in al Koran? 
What is طه in al Koran? 
See Quran 20:1

What is blind eyes? 
What is blind-eyes? 
What is blue? 
What is blue-eyed? 
What is blue eyed? 
What is grey-eyes? 
What is grey eyes? 
What is white-eyed? 
What is white eyed? 
What is blear-eyed? 
What is blear eyed? 
What is blurry-eyed? 
What is blurry eyed? 
What is dimmed eyes? 
What is dimmed-eyes? 
What is dim eyes? 
What is dim-eyes? 
What is zurqa? 
What is zur’qan? 
What is glaucoma? 

See Quran 20:102 – 20:103 and Quran 20:124 – 20:127. 

Praying 5 times a day in the Quran. 
Praying five times a day in the Quran. 
Praying 5 times a day in the Koran. 
Praying five times a day in the Koran. 
5 daily prayers in the Quran. 
Five daily prayers in the Quran. 
5 daily prayers in the Koran. 
Five daily prayers in the Koran. 
Five prayer times in Islam are in the Quran.
5 prayer times in Islam are in the Quran.
Five prayer times in Islam are in the Koran.
5 prayer times in Islam are in the Koran.
Muslims are required to pray 5 times each day in the Quran.
Muslims are required to pray 5 times each day in the Koran..
See Quran 20:130.





Information: Al Quran surah 20.

Order of Revelation: 45 (1 is the first revelation and 114 is the last revelation).

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

Number of Ayahs: 135 verses.


The Quran.

Surah 20. 

Ta Ha (Taha).

English interpretations of the Quran.


The Quran Surah 20 Ta Ha (Ta-Ha, Taa-Haa, Taha) in English. 


Surah : Ayah.

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


Quran 20:0 Ayah 20:0 In the name of Allaah, The Most Kind, The Most Merciful.


Quran 20:1 Ayah 20:1 Ta Ha' (From the Tablet Lawhin containing the decrees of Allaah, the word of Allaah descended in Ta the Torah Taurat to Prophet Moses Musa and Ha' his brother Prophet Aaron Harun as they have descended to you Prophet Muhammad in Quran 3:3). 


Introduction to TH' طه Ta Ha' in the Quran

Introduction to TH' طه Ta Ha' in the Koran. 

TH' طه Ta Ha'.

Ta-urat Ha'-run

T-aurat H-arun 

Taurat Harun

ط-urat ه-run.

طurat هrun.

N Q S ALM ALR ALMR ALMS HM TH’ TS’ TS’M YS’ A’S’Q KH’YA’S in the Quran. 

Allaah would not say the Quran confirms the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and then allow the proof of Allaah in the Quran to be lost by allowing the Torah Taurat that is with the Jews today and the Gospel Injil that is wth the Christians today to be corrupted. 

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


Quran 2:4 Ayah 2:4 And who believe in that which has been revealed to you (Prophet Muhammad) and that which was revealed before you (to Prophet Moses Musa in the Torah Taurat and to Prophet Jesus Isa in the Gospel Injil and to the other prophets) and firmly believe in the hereafter. 

Quran 2:5 Ayah 2:5 They are on the right path and they shall be successful (in the hereafter).

Note 1. The successful are those who believe all the Books of Allaah (Quran 2:4). 


Quran 3:3 Ayah 3:3 He (Allaah) 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 (Allaah) revealed the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil.

Note 1. All the Books of Allaah are protected because the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran are the word of Allaah (Quran 3:3). 


Quran 4:136 Ayah 4:136 All you who believe, have faith in ... the Book (of Allaah, the Quran) which He (Allaah) has revealed to His (Allaah’s) messenger (Prophet Muhammad) and the Book which He (Allaah) 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 ... His (Allaah’s) Books ... has strayed far away (from Allaah).

Note 1. Whoever has no faith in Allaah's Books has strayed far away from Allaah (Quran 4:136).



1. The Torah Taurat, Gospel Injil and Quran are protected forever by Allaah. 

The Quran confirms the Hebrew Bible with the Jews and the four Gospels with the Christians is protected today and until the Day of Judgement as Allaah has decreed. 


All the prophets of Allaah ordered the Jewish people to follow the Torah Taurat including Prophet Jesus Isa and Prophet Muhammad.

Allaah in the Torah Taurat forbids adding or subtracting anything from the Torah Taurat and ordered the Hebrew people to follow the Torah Taurat forever.

This is why every prophet after Prophet Moses Musa including Prophet Jesus Isa and Prophet Muhammad reminded the Jewish people to follow the Torah Taurat.


If the Quran did not confirm the Torah Taurat it would be proof that Allaah does not exist because it would show that humans changed words in books of Allaah which had no protection. 


Torah Deuteronomy 4:2 You shall not add to the word which I (Allaah) command you (the children of Israel, the Hebrews in the Torah Taurat), neither shall you subtract from it, so that you may keep the commandments of the LORD your Allaah which I (Allaah) command you (the children of Israel, the Hebrews in the Torah Taurat).


Torah Deuteronomy 13:1 All this word which I (Allaah) command you, to do and to observe; you shall not add to it nor subtract from it. 

Torah Deuteronomy 29:28 The secret things belong to the LORD our Allaah; but the things that are revealed belong to us and to our children for ever (for all time), so that we may do all the words of this law (Torah). 


A. Prophet Muhammad confirms that the Torah Taurat is protected forever in the same way as Prophet Jesus Isa and Prophet David Dawud and Prophet Moses Musa confirmed the Torah Taurat is protected forever. 


Quran 2:40 Ayah 2:40 O Children of Israel (the Jews, the Hebrews), remember My (Allaah’s) favour when I (Allaah) favoured you (by sending My revelations to you)? Fulfill the covenant (agreement) between you (the Children of Israel, the Jews, the Hebrews) and Me (Allaah) and I (Allaah) shall continue to fulfill our agreements and fear (no one but) Me (Allaah).  


Quran 2:41 Ayah 2:41 And believe in what I (Allaah) have revealed (in the Quran) that confirms what you already have (in the Torah Taurat) ..."


Note 1. The covenant between Allaah and the children of Israel is forever in Torah Deuteronomy 4:31, Torah Deuteronomy 7:7-7:8, Torah Exodus 2:24, Torah Leviticus 26:44-26:45, Jewish Bible 2 King 13:23, Jewish Bible Hosea 3:4-3:5, Jewish Bible Zephaniah 3:12-3:13 and Jewish Bible Jeremiah 31:35-31:37. 

Note 2. Allaah confirms the Jewish Bible is protected because Allaah says he is fulfilling His covenant with the Children of Israel meaning the Children of Israel have a covenant with Allaah until the Day of Judgement meaning forever which is confirmed in the Jewish Bible and the Gospel Injil and in the Quran for every generation who obey the commandments in the Torah Taurat. 

Torah Deuteronomy 4:31 For the Lord your Allaah is a merciful Allaah; He (Allaah) shall not fail you nor (shall Allaah) destroy you (the children of Israel) nor (shall Allaahforget the covenant (agreement) with your fathers which He (Allaahswore to them (to keep).


Note 3. Although Jews and Christians have been told to follow their Books in Quran 3:93, Quran 5:43, Quran 5:47, Quran 5:48, Quran 5:68 and Quran 32:23, Allaah 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.  


Quran 4:136 Ayah 4:136 “... and whoever has no faith in … His (Allaah’s) Books … then he has strayed far away (from Allaah).


Quran 5:43 Ayah 5:43 How is it that they (the Jews of Yathrib Arabia) come to you (Prophet Muhammad) for judgment when they have the Torah Taurat in which Allaah has already revealed to them judgment …” 


Quran 5:68 Ayah 5:68 Say (Prophet Muhammad to the Jews of Yathrib in Arabia today in Medina, Saudi Arabia and to the Christians), O People of the Scripture (the Jews and the Christians), You have nothing (of guidance) until you observe the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and what has been revealed to you from your Lord …” 

Note 1. The Jews and Christians are told to follow their Books meaning the Torah Taurat and Gospel Injil are protected.


Quran 7:170 Ayah 7:170 (Quran 7:169 is the covenant agreement between Allaah and the Jewish people in each generation. Quran 7:170 is the reward for obeying the covenant agreement. Quran 7:171 is the pledge at Mount Sinai Horeb between Allaah and the Hebrew people to keep the covenant agreement forever in each generation. In Quran 7:169 the Jewish people have a covenant agreement with Allaah to follow the Torah Taurat forever which is confirmed in Torah Deuteronomy 4:31, Torah Deuteronomy 7:7-7:8, Torah Exodus 2:24, Torah Leviticus 26:44-26:45, Jewish Bible 2 King 13:23, Jewish Bible Hosea 3:4-3:5, Jewish Bible Zephaniah 3:12-3:13 and Jewish Bible Jeremiah 31:35-31:37. In Quran 7:170 the Jewish people who obey the Torah Taurat are rewarded in Torah Deuteronomy 4:31, Torah Deuteronomy 5:10, Psalm 19:12, Daniel 12:2, Quran 2:62, Quran 3:113 - 3:115, Quran 4:123 and Quran 5:69. In Quran 7:171 and the Jewish Talmud and Quran 2:63 Mount Sinai Horeb was held above the heads of the Hebrew people when they promised to follow the Torah Taurat forever meaning Allaah protects the Torah Taurat because Allaah has ordered every Jewish generation to follow the Torah Taurat forever 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 5:17 - 5:20, Quran 2:40, 5:43 and 32:23. Every prophet after Prophet Moses Musa including Prophet Jesus Isa and Prophet Muhammad reminded the Jewish people to follow the Torah Taurat and here in Quran 7:170 it is revealed). And those (of the Jewish people) who hold fast to the Book (the Torah Taurat which every prophet after Prophet Moses Musa including Prophet Jesus Isa and Prophet Muhammad reminded the Jewish people to follow as shown in Quran 2:40-2:41 “And believe in what I Allaah have revealed in the Quran that confirms what you the Jewish people already have in the Torah Taurat” meaning believe the Quran is the truth because it confirms what is with the Jewish people in the Torah Taurat so that the stone idol worshippers in Makkah can also know that the Quran is the truth and Quran 3:93 “... Bring the Torah Taurat here and recite it to me as evidence if what you say is true” meaning the Torah Taurat is the truth and Quran 5:43 “How is it that they the Jewish people come to you Prophet Muhammad for judgment when they have the Torah Taurat in which Allaah has already revealed to them judgment …” meaning Allaah protects the Torah Taurat because Allaah orders the Jewish people to follow it and Quran 5:68 “ … You the Jewish people have nothing until you observe the Torah Taurat …” meaning Allaah protects the Torah Taurat because Allaah orders the Jewish people to observe it and Quran 5:48 “For each community of Jews, Christians and Muslims Allaah has appointed a divine law and a way to Allaah. If Allaah willed Allaah could have made you Jews and Christians and Muslims one community. But Allaah tests you Jews and Christians and Muslims by what Allaah has given you in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Quran to show who is best in behaviour. So strive for all that is good. To Allaah you shall all return and Allaah 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” meaning Allaah protects the Torah Taurat because Allaah orders the Jewish people to follow it until they return to Allaah on the Day of Judgement), and establish the prayer, indeed, We (Allaah) do not let go to waste the reward (in the hereafter) of the reformers (meaning the reward to the Jewish people in Quran 3:113 - 3:115 who do good deeds for Allaah that improve the life and behaviour of the people on the earth. Reformer has the same meaning in Quran 28:19 “... Prophet Moses Musa, Are you going to kill me like you killed the other person yesterday? Do you want nothing but to be a tyrant in the land by killing people? Do you not want to be a reformer who improves the life and behaviour of the people on the earth?” Although Jews and Christians have been told to follow their Books in Quran 3:93, Quran 5:43, Quran 5:47, Quran 5:48, Quran 5:68 and Quran 32:23, Allaah 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). 


Quran 10:64 Ayah 10:64 “…There is no change in the Words of Allaah …”


B. Prophet Jesus Isa confirms the Torah Taurat is protected forever. 

Gospel of Matthew 5:17 Do not think that I (Prophet Jesus) have come to abolish the law (the Torah Taurat) and the prophets (because another comforter shall come after me in the Gospel of John 14:16, 15:26, 16:7 – 16:15); I have come not to abolish them (the laws of the Torah Taurat and the prophets) but to fulfill them (to fulfill the laws and the prophecies).  

Note 1. The Torah Taurat is protected forever.


Gospel of Matthew 5:18 For truly I say to you, until the sky and the earth pass away (meaning until the end of the earth), not one iota, not one serif (not a dot of one letter), will by any means pass away from the Law (in the Torah) until everything is carried out (on the Day of Judgement which is after the end of the earth). 

Note 1. The Torah Taurat is protected forever. 


Gospel of Matthew 5:19 Therefore, whoever looses one of the least of these commandments (in the Torah), and teaches people the same, will be called least in the kingdom of heaven, but whoever practices them and teaches them, this one will be called great in the kingdom of heaven.  

Note 1. The Torah Taurat is protected forever.


Video 1: Original Sin (Adam and Eve).

https://youtu.be/5o6NVXgsvqI

Video 2: How to respond to Christians who argue that Jesus Is god! Rabbi Tovia Singer shows Indonesians.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZaDD90mUfsw


C. Allaah in the Book of Malachi which is the last Book in the Jewish Bible confirms the Torah Taurat is protected forever by commanding it to be obeyed. 

Jewish Bible Malachi 3:22 You remember the law (Torah Taurat) of Moses Musa My (Allaah’s) servant which I (Allaah) commanded to him (Moses Musa) in Horab (Mount Sinai) for all Israel even (to keep the) statutes and ordinances.


D. Prophet David Dawud confirms the Torah Taurat is protected forever. 

Jewish Bible Zabur Psalm 19:8 The law of the LORD (Allaah in the Torah) is perfect, restoring the soul; the testimony of the LORD (Allaahis trustworthy, giving wisdom (to) the simple (people).

Jewish Bible Zabur Psalm 19:9 The guidelines of the LORD (Allaahare right, rejoicing the heart; the commandment of the LORD (Allaah) is pure, enlightening the eyes. 


Jewish Bible Zabur Psalm 19:10 The fear of the LORD (Allaahis pureenduring for ever; the judgements of the LORD (Allaahare completely true and righteous;

Note 1Quran 6:115 Verse 6:115 The Word of your Lord (Allaah) is fulfilled in truth and justice. No one can change His (Allaah’s) Words. He (Allaah) hears and knows (all things).


Jewish Bible Zabur Psalm 19:11 More to be desired are they (the commandments of Allaah in the Torah law) than gold, yes (they are) much finer than gold and also sweeter than honey and the honeycomb.

Jewish Bible Zabur Psalm 19:12 Moreover by them (the Torah law) is Your (Allaah’s) servant warned (to fear Allaah and avoid evil) and in keeping them (the commandments of Allaah in the Torah law) there is great reward (of Paradise in the hereafter and love from Allaah).


Jewish Bible Zabur Psalm 111:7 The works of His (Allaah’s) hands are truth and justice; all His (Allaah’s) commandments are sure. 

Jewish Bible Zabur Psalm 111:8 They are established forever and ever (for all time), they are done in truth and uprightness. 

Jewish Bible Zabur Psalm 111:9 He (Allaah) has sent redemption (salvation from sin) to His people (the children of Israel); He has commanded His covenant for ever (for all time); Holy and awesome is His (Allaah’s) name. 


E. Prophet Moses Musa confirms the Torah is protected forever. 

Allaah promises to protect the Torah for every Jewish generation by commanding the Jewish people to keep following the Torah for 100,000 years in Torah Deuteronomy 5:10. 

The Third commandment of Allaah says to the children of Israel that those that love Allaah shall keep these commandments to the thousandth generation. 

If humans lived for 100 years then the thousandth generation of humans would be in 100,000 years. 

Torah Deuteronomy 5:10 - And showing mercy to the thousandth generation of them that love Me (Allaah) and keep My (Allaah’s) commandments. 

Note 1. The order to follow the Torah for 100,000 years means Allaah is protecting the Torah forever.


F. In Quran 5:48 Allaah wants the Jews to follow the Torah Taurat and the Christians to follow the Gospel Injil and the Muslims to follow the Quran.

Allaah will judge Jews living today by the Torah Taurat. 

Allaah will judge Christians living today by the Gospel Injil which confirms the Torah Taurat. 

Allaah will judge Muslims by the Quran which confirms the Torah Taurat and explains the Gospel Injil.

a. Quran 5:48 "... For each (community of Jews, Christians and Muslims) We (Allaah) have appointed a divine law and a way (of religion) …” 

b. Quran 5:48 “... If Allaah willed He (Allaah) could have made you (the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims) one community …” 

c. Quran 5:48 “... But He (Allaah) tests you (the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims) by what He (Allaah) 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) …” 

d. Quran 5:48 “... So strive for all that is good …” 

e. Quran 5:48 “... To Allaah you shall all return and He (Allaah) 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. Although Jews and Christians have been told to follow their Books in Quran 3:93, Quran 5:43, Quran 5:47, Quran 5:48, Quran 5:68 and Quran 32:23, Allaah 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.  


G. Jews who keep the Torah Taurat are following the message delivered to them in the Quran.

The Quran confirms the message of every prophet after Prophet Moses Musa including Prophet Jesus Isa and Prophet Muhammad reminding the Jewish people to follow the Torah Taurat forever.


2. Allaah promised Paradise Jannah to Jews and Christians who lived in the time of Prophet Muhammad in Quran 3:113 – 3:115 and Quran 5:82 – 5:85 and said in Quran 3:19 “the religion near Allaah is submission” to Allaah meaning everyone including the Muslim who obeys Quran 47:19 “…there is no Allaah except Allaah” and the Jew who obeys Torah Exodus 20:2 “.... You shall have no other gods before Me Allaah” and the Christian who obeys the Gospel of Jesus Isa by Luke 4:8 “… You shall worship the Lord your Allaah, and him only shall you serve” and does good deeds in the world is near to Allaah because they are submitting to Allaah in Quran 2:62, Quran 4:123, Quran 5:69, Quran 6:158 and Quran 41:8 as explained in Quran 2:137, Quran 3:64, Quran 5:48 and Quran 98:5. Islam has two meanings; the general meaning is submission in Quran 3:19 meaning anyone who submits to Allaah in the past and present and future. If Quran 3:19 had the specific meaning of “Islam” instead of the general meaning of “submission” then it would mean no people except the people from the religion of Islam would be in Paradise Jannah meaning all the prophets and people before Islam would be the losers in the hereafter which is not correct because it contradicts other verses in the Quran and it does not make sense meaning the word Islam in Quran 3:19 is the general meaning “submission” and not the specific meaning “Islam.” The specific meaning of Islam is revealed 3 months before the death of Prophet Muhammad in the farewell speech of Prophet Muhammad in Quran 5:3 which Allaah tells us is the last verse in the Quran because Allaah says He has “perfected and completed” the religion meaning the Quran and approved the name of the religion as “Islam” in Quran 5:3. 


3. In the time of Prophet Muhammad Allaah told the Jews to recite the Torah as evidence of truth in Quran 3:93 and observe the Torah in Quran 5:68 and obey the judgements in the Torah Taurat which was with them 1400 years ago and is the same Torah which is with the Jews today in Quran 5:43 and Allaah told the Christians to observe the Gospel Injil in Quran 5:68 and judge by the Gospel Injil which was with them 1400 years ago in the Gospel Injil of Jesus Isa by Mark, Matthew, Luke and John which is with the Christians today in Quran 5:47 and said in Quran 3:85 “whoever seeks a religion other than submission (such as stone idol worship) it shall not be accepted by Allaah in the hereafter” meaning everyone including the Muslim who obeys Quran 47:19 “…there is no Allaah except Allaah” and the Jew who obeys Torah Exodus 20:2 “.... You shall have no other gods before Me Allaah” and the Christian who obeys the Gospel of Jesus Isa by Luke 4:8 “… You shall worship the Lord your Allaah, and him only shall you serve” and does good deeds in the world will be successful in the hereafter because they are submitting to Allaah in Quran 2:62, Quran 4:123, Quran 5:69, Quran 6:158 and Quran 41:8 as explained in Quran 2:137, Quran 3:64, Quran 5:48 and Quran 98:5. Islam has two meanings; the general meaning is submission in Quran 3:85 meaning anyone who submits to Allaah in the past and present and future. If Quran 3:85 had the specific meaning of “Islam” instead of the general meaning of “submission” then it would mean no people except the people from the religion of Islam would be in Paradise Jannah meaning all the prophets and people before Islam would be the losers in the hereafter which is not correct because it contradicts other verses in the Quran and it does not make sense meaning the word Islam in Quran 3:85 is the general meaning “submission” and not the specific meaning “Islam.” The specific meaning of Islam is revealed 3 months before the death of Prophet Muhammad in the farewell speech of Prophet Muhammad in Quran 5:3 which Allaah tells us is the last verse in the Quran because Allaah says He has “perfected and completed” the religion meaning the Quran and approved the name of the religion as “Islam” in Quran 5:3. 

See: Allaah protects the Torah, Gospel and Koran. 

Allaah protects the Taurat, Injil and Quran.
04B allaah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allaah-protects-his-taurat-injil-and-quran 


4. Allaah created more than one religion of submission to Allaah in Quran 5:48 by creating Judaism, Christianity and Islam and telling each to submit to Allaah according to what Allaah gave them in their book; the Torah for the Jewish people, the Gospel for the Christian people and the Quran for the Muslim people and strive for all that is good so that Allaah can test who is best in behaviour.

Allaah could have made all humans to follow one book but orders each community to follow the book Allaah has given to them to test who is best in behaviour.

Allaah tests the Jewish people by the Torah Taurat.

Allaah tests the Christian people by the Gospel Injil.

Allaah tests the Muslim people by the Quran.


Quran 5:48 Ayah 5:48 “... For each (community of Jews, Christians and Muslims) We (Allaahhave appointed a divine law and a way (of religion). If Allaah willed He (Allaahcould have made you (the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims) one community. But He (Allaahtests you (the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims) by what He (Allaahhas 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 Allaah you shall all return and He (Allaah) 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. Allaah does not require humans to all be in one religion (Quran 5:48).

Note 2. Allaah does require that every religion worship only Allaah (Quran 3:85).

Note 3. Allaah says if the Jews and the Christians and others worship only Allaah like the Muslims worship only Allaah then the Jews and the Christians and others are correctly guided by Allaah (Quran 3:64). 

Note 4. Allaah commands the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims to do what is good according to what Allaah 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. Allaah says that on the Day of Resurrection and Judgement in the hereafter every human will return to Allaah and Allaah shall inform them about the religious matters about which they argued.

Note 6. Allaah explains in Quran 5:48 that the Jews and the Christians and the Muslims are following the Books Allaah has given them meaning Allaah is protecting the Torah Taurat and Gospel Injil and Quran which are with alal humans today and until the Day of Judgement.

Note 7. Allaah protects the Torah Taurat for every Jewish generation until the Day of Judgement (Quran 5:48). 

Note 8. Allaah protects the Gospel Injil for every Christian generation until the Day of Judgement (Quran 5:48).

Note 9. Allaah protects the Koran Quran for every Muslim generation until the Day of Judgement (Quran 5:48). 

Note 10. 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 Allaah (Quran 5:48). 

Note 11. In the sight of humans Judaism and Christianity and Sabians and Islam are different religions. 

Note 12. In the sight of Allaah Judaism and Christianity and Sabians and Islam are “different communities of Allaah” because they were all created by Allaah for only one reason which is “to submit to Allaah.”

Note 13. 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, Allaah 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. 


5. Allaah explains who will go to Hell Jahannam in Quran 4:123. 

Quran 4:123 Ayah 4:123 (Entry to Paradise Jannah) shall not be based on your (the Muslim's) desires or on the desires of the people of the Scripture (the Jews and the Christians). (Instead) whoever does wrong (on the earth) shall earn (the punishment for the wrong) and that person shall not find any protector or helper other than Allaah (in the hereafter). 

Note 1. Allaah will judge Muslims and Christians and Jews and every creation justly in the hereafter. 


6. Allaah explains who will go to Paradise Jannah in Quran 2:62 and Quran 5:69.

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

Note 1. The Jews who believed in Allaah and did good deeds go to Paradise Jannah. 
Note 2. The Christians who believed in Allaah and did good deeds go to Paradise Jannah. 
Note 3. The Sabians who believed in Allaah and did good deeds go to Paradise Jannah. 
Note 4. The Muslims who believed in Allaah and did good deeds go to Paradise Jannah. 
Note 5. Everyone who believed in Allaah and did good deeds goes to Paradise Jannah. 
Note 6. This revelation is so important that Allaah has repeated it in Quran 5:69


7. Why is TH’ Ta Ha' طه in Quran surah 20

TH’ Ta Ha' طه are the names of Taurat (Torah) Harun (Aaron) in Quran 20:1 Ta-urat Ha'-run ط-urat ه-run. 

TH’ Ta Ha' طه are the names of Taurat (Torah) Harun (Aaron) and Quran 20:1 – 20:3 and Quran 20:12 and Quran 20:29 – 20:30 explain the Quran is revelation from Allaah through the Holy Spirit Angel Gabriel Jibril to the human heart the mind of Prophet Muhammad confirming what was revealed before the Quran in the Scripture of Abraham Ibrahim in the Torah Taurat and the Torah Taurat and the Psalm Zabur of David Dawud in the Hebrew Bible and the Hebrew Bible which is with the Jewish people today and the words of Jesus Isa in the Gospel Injil of Jesus Isa by Mark, Matthew, Luke and John which is with the Christian people today meaning the Books of the Jews and Christians is the proof that Allaah is real and the Quran is the truth because Allaah would never allow the proof Allaah is real to be lost by allowing Jews or Christians or Muslims to change their Books before the Day of Judgement because Allaah is just to every generation of human who puts their trust in the Books of Allaah

Quran 4:136 Ayah 4:136 “... and whoever has no faith in … His (Allaah’s) Books … then he has strayed far away (from Allaah)


Quran 20:2 Ayah 20:2 We (Allaah) have not sent down to you (Prophet Muhammad) the Quran so that you should be distressed, – 


Quran 20:3 Ayah 20:3 But as a reminder to those who fear (Allaah). 


Quran 20:12 Ayah 20:12 “I am your Lord (Allaah), take off your shoes, you (Prophet Moses Musa) are in the holy valley of Tuwa (T Ta ط Ta-urat ط-urat the holy valley of Tuwaa, the holy valley of Tawa, the holy valley of Towa, the holy valley of the Tuwaa Tawa Torah Taurat at Mount Sinai Horeb confirmed in Torah Exodus 3:1 - 3:5).”


Quran 20:29 Ayah 20:29 “And give me (Prophet Moses Musa) an assistant from my family.” 


Quran 20:30 Ayah 20:30 “Aaron Harun (H’ Ha’ ه Ha'-run ه-run), my brother.”


8. How can you know if you correctly understand N Q S ALM ALR ALMR ALMS HM TH’ TS’ TS’M YS’ A’S’Q KH’YA’S in the Quran? 

TH’ is T and H’. 

Revelation in the Torah Taurat descended to Moses Musa and his assistant was his brother Aaron Harun in Quran 20:29 – 20:36 in TH’ Taurat Harun.



Comment 1. What is the Tablet Lawhin containing the decrees of Allaah?
How are the decrees of Allaah descended?

See Quran 68:1 comments here:

68 god/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-68-prophet-muhammad-is-not-a-mad-man

68a allah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-68-the-second-revelation-of-prophet-muhammad

68b allah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-68-hadrat-muhammad-is-not-a-mad-man

68c allaah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-68-the-story-of-prophet-jonah-yunus

68d allaah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-68-hazrat-muhammad-is-not-a-mad-man


Comment 2. Allaah protects the Torah Taurat, Gospel Injil and the Quran for every generation of Jew, Christian and Muslim so no one can say on the Day of Judgement that they were misled by a Book of Allaah that was not protected. 
Allaah protects the Books of Allaah. 
No one has the power to change the word of Allaah
If humans could change the word of Allaah in the Torah Taurat or the Gospel Injil or the Quran then no revelation could be trusted. 
Allaah protects all his books so in the hereafter no Jew or Christian or Muslim can say their Book misled them.
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 


See. The meaning of ALM ALR ALMR ALMS HM TH TS TSM YS ASQ KHYAS N Q S in the Quran. 

The meaning of ALM, ALR, ALMR, ALMS, HM, TH, TS, TSM, YS, ASQ, KHYAS, N, Q, S in the Quran.

The meaning of Nun, Qaf, Sad, Alif Lam Mim, Alif Lam Ra, Alif Lam Mim Ra, Alif Lam Mim Sad, Ha Mim, Ta Ha, Ta Sin, Ta Sin Mim, Ya Sin, Ain Sin Qaf, Kaf Ha Ya Ain Sad in the Quran.

The meaning of the mysterious letters in the Quran.

The meaning of Noon, Qaaf, Suad, Alif Laam Meem, Alif Laam Ra, Alif Laam Meem Ra, Alif Laam Meem Suad, Ha Meem, TaHa, Ta Seen, Ta Seen Meem, Ya Seen, Ayn Seen Qaaf, Kaaf Ha Ya Ayn Suad in the Quran.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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



Quran 20:2 Ayah 20:2 We (Allaah) have not sent down to you (Prophet Muhammad) the Quran so that you should be distressed, 


Quran 20:3 Ayah 20:3 But as a reminder to those who fear (Allaah).


Quran 20:4 Ayah 20:4 A revelation from Him (Allaah) who created the earth and the heavens high above (you),


Quran 20:5 Ayah 20:5 (A revelation from Allaah) the Most Merciful who is established on the Throne (of authority over all the creation).


Quran 20:6 Ayah 20:6 To Him (Allaah) belongs whatever is in the heavens and in the earth and whatever is between them and whatever is under the ground.


Quran 20:7 Ayah 20:7 And if you speak aloud then He (Allaah even) knows the secret (of your thoughts that you conceal while you speak) and (Allaah knows things that are even) more hidden (to you that you do not know about).


Quran 20:8 Ayah 20:8 Allaah, There is no Allaah except Him (the creator). His (Allaah’s name) is the best of names.


Quran 20:9 Ayah 20:9 Has the story of Prophet Moses Musa reached you?


Quran 20:10 Ayah 20:10 When he (Prophet Moses Musa) saw a fire, he said to his family, “Wait here, I have seen a fire, perhaps I can bring you a burning branch (so we can use the fire) or find direction (from other people who are) at the fire."


Quran 20:11 Ayah 20:11 And when he reached it (the burning bush), he was called by name, “Moses (Musa).”


Quran 20:12 Ayah 20:12 “I am your Lord (Allaah), take off your shoes, you (Prophet Moses Musa) are in the holy valley of Tuwa (the holy valley of Tuwaa, the holy valley of Tawa, the holy valley of Towa, the holy valley of the Tuwaa Tawa Torah Taurat at Mount Sinai Horeb confirmed in Torah Exodus 3:1 - 3:5).”


Comment 1. What is Tuwa?

Tuwa is the Torah.
Tuwa is the Taura.
Tuwa is the Tauraah.
Tuwa is the Taurah.
Tuwa is the Tauraat.
Tuwa is the Taurat.
Tuwa is the Tavraat.
Tuwa is the Tavrat.
Tuwa is the Tawraah.
Tuwa is the Tawraat.
Tuwa is the Tawrah.
Tuwa is the Tawrat.
Tuwa is the Thora.
Tuwa is the Tooraat.
Tuwa is the Toorah.
Tuwa is the Toorat.
Tuwa is the Tora.
Tuwa is the Torá.
Tuwa is the Toraat.
Tuwa is the Torat.
Tuwa is the Tourat.
Tuwa is the Towraat.
Tuwa is the Towrat.
Tuwa is the Turat.
Tuwa is Al-Tauraah.
Tuwa is Al-Taurah.
Tuwa is Al-Tauraat.
Tuwa is Al-Taurat.
Tuwa is Al-Tavraat.
Tuwa is Al-Tavrat.
Tuwa is Al-Tawraah.
Tuwa is Al-Tawraat.
Tuwa is Al-Tawrah.
Tuwa is Al-Tawrat.
Tuwa is Al-Tora.
Tuwa is Al-Torá.
Tuwa is Al-Torah.
Tuwa is Al- Torat.
Tuwa is Al-Towraat.
Tuwa is Al-Towrat.
Tuwa is Al- Turat.
Tuwa is At-Tauraat.
Tuwa is At-Taurah.
Tuwa is At-Taurat.
Tuwa is At-Tawraat.
Tuwa is At-Tawrah.
Tuwa is At-Tawrat.
Tuwa is At-Torah.
Tuwa is At-Towraat.

What is the valley of Tuwa?
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Torah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Taura by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Tauraah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Taurah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Tauraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Taurat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Tavraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Tavrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Tawraah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Tawraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Tawrah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Tawrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Thora by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Tooraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Toorah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Toorat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Tora by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Torá by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Toraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Torat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Tourat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Towraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Towrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of the Turat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tauraah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Taurah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tauraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Taurat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tavraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tavrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tawraah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tawraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tawrah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tawrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tora by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Torá by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Torah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of Al- Torat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Towraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Towrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of Al- Turat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of At-Tauraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of At-Taurah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of At-Taurat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of At-Tawraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of At-Tawrah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of At-Tawrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of At-Torah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwa is the valley of the revelation of At-Towraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.

1a. What is Tuwaa?

Tuwaa is the Torah.
Tuwaa is the Taura.
Tuwaa is the Tauraah.
Tuwaa is the Taurah.
Tuwaa is the Tauraat.
Tuwaa is the Taurat.
Tuwaa is the Tavraat.
Tuwaa is the Tavrat.
Tuwaa is the Tawraah.
Tuwaa is the Tawraat.
Tuwaa is the Tawrah.
Tuwaa is the Tawrat.
Tuwaa is the Thora.
Tuwaa is the Tooraat.
Tuwaa is the Toorah.
Tuwaa is the Toorat.
Tuwaa is the Tora.
Tuwaa is the Torá.
Tuwaa is the Toraat.
Tuwaa is the Torat.
Tuwaa is the Tourat.
Tuwaa is the Towraat.
Tuwaa is the Towrat.
Tuwaa is the Turat.
Tuwaa is Al-Tauraah.
Tuwaa is Al-Taurah.
Tuwaa is Al-Tauraat.
Tuwaa is Al-Taurat.
Tuwaa is Al-Tavraat.
Tuwaa is Al-Tavrat.
Tuwaa is Al-Tawraah.
Tuwaa is Al-Tawraat.
Tuwaa is Al-Tawrah.
Tuwaa is Al-Tawrat.
Tuwaa is Al-Tora.
Tuwaa is Al-Torá.
Tuwaa is Al-Torah.
Tuwaa is Al- Torat.
Tuwaa is Al-Towraat.
Tuwaa is Al-Towrat.
Tuwaa is Al- Turat.
Tuwaa is At-Tauraat.
Tuwaa is At-Taurah.
Tuwaa is At-Taurat.
Tuwaa is At-Tawraat.
Tuwaa is At-Tawrah.
Tuwaa is At-Tawrat.
Tuwaa is At-Torah.
Tuwaa is At-Towraat.


What is the valley of Tuwaa?

Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Torah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Taura by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Tauraah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Taurah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Tauraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Taurat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Tavraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Tavrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Tawraah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Tawraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Tawrah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Tawrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Thora by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Tooraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Toorah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Toorat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Tora by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Torá by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Toraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Torat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Tourat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Towraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Towrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of the Turat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tauraah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Taurah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tauraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Taurat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tavraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tavrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tawraah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tawraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tawrah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tawrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tora by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Torá by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Torah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of Al- Torat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Towraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Towrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of Al- Turat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of At-Tauraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of At-Taurah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of At-Taurat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of At-Tawraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of At-Tawrah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of At-Tawrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of At-Torah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tuwaa is the valley of the revelation of At-Towraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.

1c. What is Tawa?
Tawa is the Torah.
Tawa is the Taura.
Tawa is the Tauraah.
Tawa is the Taurah.
Tawa is the Tauraat.
Tawa is the Taurat.
Tawa is the Tavraat.
Tawa is the Tavrat.
Tawa is the Tawraah.
Tawa is the Tawraat.
Tawa is the Tawrah.
Tawa is the Tawrat.
Tawa is the Thora.
Tawa is the Tooraat.
Tawa is the Toorah.
Tawa is the Toorat.
Tawa is the Tora.
Tawa is the Torá.
Tawa is the Toraat.
Tawa is the Torat.
Tawa is the Tourat.
Tawa is the Towraat.
Tawa is the Towrat.
Tawa is the Turat.
Tawa is Al-Tauraah.
Tawa is Al-Taurah.
Tawa is Al-Tauraat.
Tawa is Al-Taurat.
Tawa is Al-Tavraat.
Tawa is Al-Tavrat.
Tawa is Al-Tawraah.
Tawa is Al-Tawraat.
Tawa is Al-Tawrah.
Tawa is Al-Tawrat.
Tawa is Al-Tora.
Tawa is Al-Torá.
Tawa is Al-Torah.
Tawa is Al- Torat.
Tawa is Al-Towraat.
Tawa is Al-Towrat.
Tawa is Al- Turat.
Tawa is At-Tauraat.
Tawa is At-Taurah.
Tawa is At-Taurat.
Tawa is At-Tawraat.
Tawa is At-Tawrah.
Tawa is At-Tawrat.
Tawa is At-Torah.
Tawa is At-Towraat.

What is the valley of Tawa?
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Torah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Taura by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Tauraah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Taurah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Tauraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Taurat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Tavraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Tavrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Tawraah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Tawraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Tawrah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Tawrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Thora by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Tooraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Toorah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Toorat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Tora by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Torá by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Toraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Torat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Tourat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Towraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Towrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of the Turat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tauraah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Taurah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tauraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Taurat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tavraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tavrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tawraah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tawraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tawrah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tawrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tora by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Torá by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Torah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of Al- Torat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Towraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Towrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of Al- Turat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of At-Tauraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of At-Taurah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of At-Taurat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of At-Tawraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of At-Tawrah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of At-Tawrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of At-Torah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Tawa is the valley of the revelation of At-Towraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.

1d. What is Towa?

Towa is the Torah.
Towa is the Taura.
Towa is the Tauraah.
Towa is the Taurah.
Towa is the Tauraat.
Towa is the Taurat.
Towa is the Tavraat.
Towa is the Tavrat.
Towa is the Tawraah.
Towa is the Tawraat.
Towa is the Tawrah.
Towa is the Tawrat.
Towa is the Thora.
Towa is the Tooraat.
Towa is the Toorah.
Towa is the Toorat.
Towa is the Tora.
Towa is the Torá.
Towa is the Toraat.
Towa is the Torat.
Towa is the Tourat.
Towa is the Towraat.
Towa is the Towrat.
Towa is the Turat.
Towa is Al-Tauraah.
Towa is Al-Taurah.
Towa is Al-Tauraat.
Towa is Al-Taurat.
Towa is Al-Tavraat.
Towa is Al-Tavrat.
Towa is Al-Tawraah.
Towa is Al-Tawraat.
Towa is Al-Tawrah.
Towa is Al-Tawrat.
Towa is Al-Tora.
Towa is Al-Torá.
Towa is Al-Torah.
Towa is Al- Torat.
Towa is Al-Towraat.
Towa is Al-Towrat.
Towa is Al- Turat.
Towa is At-Tauraat.
Towa is At-Taurah.
Towa is At-Taurat.
Towa is At-Tawraat.
Towa is At-Tawrah.
Towa is At-Tawrat.
Towa is At-Torah.
Towa is At-Towraat.


What is the valley of Towa?

Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Torah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Taura by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Tauraah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Taurah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Tauraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Taurat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Tavraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Tavrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Tawraah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Tawraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Tawrah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Tawrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Thora by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Tooraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Toorah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Toorat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Tora by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Torá by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Toraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Torat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Tourat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Towraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Towrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of the Turat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tauraah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Taurah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tauraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Taurat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tavraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tavrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tawraah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tawraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tawrah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tawrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Tora by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Torá by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Torah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of Al- Torat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Towraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of Al-Towrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of Al- Turat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of At-Tauraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of At-Taurah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of At-Taurat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of At-Tawraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of At-Tawrah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of At-Tawrat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of At-Torah by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.
Valley of Towa is the valley of the revelation of At-Towraat by Allaah to Moses Musa and the children of Israel.

Comment 2. Where is the valley of the revelation of the Torah Taurat?

Where is the valley of Tuwa?

Where is the valley of Tuwaa?

Where is the valley of Tawa?

Where is the valley of Towa?


Torah Exodus 3:1 – 3.2 confirms that the burning bush was at Mount Sinai Horeb.

The valley of Tuwa is at Mount Sinai Horeb.

The valley of Tuwaa is at Mount Sinai Horeb.

The valley of Tawa is at Mount Sinai Horeb.

The valley of Towa is at Mount Sinai Horeb.


Torah Exodus 3:1 Now Moses Musa was keeping the flock of Jethro (Prophet Jethro Shoaib) his father-in-law, the priest of Midian Madyan; and he led the flock to the farthest end of the wilderness, and came to the mountain of Allaah, to (Mount) Horeb (Mount Sinai).


Torah Exodus 3:2 And the angel of the Lord (Allaah) appeared to him (Prophet Moses Musa) in a flame of fire that was in a bush; and he looked, and, saw, the bush burned with fire, and the bush was not consumed (not destroyed by the fire).


2a. Where is Mount Sinai Horeb?

See Quran 14:39 comments 13 here:

14 god/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-14-if-god-is-real-the-same-son-would-be-sacrificed-in-the-torah-gospel-and-quran   

14a allah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-14-ismail-lived-in-canaan-paran-shur-havilah-in-his-137-years  

14b allah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-14-if-allah-is-real-the-same-son-would-be-sacrificed-in-the-taurat-injil-and-quran  

14c allaah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-14-why-is-ishaq-the-only-son-of-ibrahim

14d allaah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-14-if-allaah-is-real-the-same-son-would-be-sacrificed-in-the-tawrah-enjeel-and-quran



Comment
 3. 
The burning bush in the Torah and the Koran.
The burning bush in the Torah and the Quran.
The burning bush in the Taurat and the Quran.

Quran 20:12 is confirmed in Torah Exodus 3:4 – 3.6.

How did Allaah speak to Prophet Moses Musa at the buring bush?

To find the answer to a question Allaah says:
1. The Quran confirms the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil.
2. Quran 4:136 Ayah 4:136 “... and whoever has no faith in … His (Allaah’s) Books (the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Quran), … then he has strayed far away (from Allaah).
3. Quran 30:30 Ayah 30:30 “…. No one can alter what Allaah has created (in religion, in the Torah Taurat, the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran). That is the right religion (belief), but most people do not know (this). 
4. Believe 1 and 2 and 3 and believe that your understanding of the Quran can only be correct if your understanding explains everything that is in the Torah Taurat and in the Gospel Injil because when all the books of Allaah support each other it is proof that you have correctly understood what Allaah has revealed.


To find the answer to a question put the Torah verses next to the verses of the Quran until you find the answer.


Torah Exodus 3:1 Now Moses Musa was keeping the flock of Jethro (Prophet Jethro Shoaib) his father-in-law, the priest of Midian Madyan; and he led the flock to the farthest end of the wilderness, and came to the mountain of Allaah, to (Mount) Horeb (Mount Sinai). 

Quran 20:10 Ayah 20:10 When he (Prophet Moses Musa) saw a fire, he said to his family, “Wait here, I have seen a fire, perhaps I can bring you a burning branch (so we can use the fire) or find direction (from other people who are) at the fire." 


Torah Exodus 3:2 And the angel of the Lord (Allaah) appeared to him (Prophet Moses Musa) in a flame of fire that was in a bush; and he looked, and, saw, the bush burned with fire, and the bush was not consumed (not destroyed by the fire). 

Torah Exodus 3:3 And Moses said: 'I will turn aside now, and see this great sight, why the bush is not burnt.' 

Torah Exodus 3:4 And when the Lord (Allaah) saw that he (Prophet Moses Musa) turned aside to see (the burning bush), Allaah called to him out of the bush, and said, “Moses (Musa), Moses (Musa).” And he (Prophet Moses Musa) said, “Here I am.” 

Quran 20:11 Ayah 20:11 And when he reached it (the burning bush), he was called by name, “Moses (Musa).” 


Torah Exodus 3:5 And He (Allaah) said, “Do not come closer, take off your shoes from off your feet because the place where you stand is holy ground.” 

Quran 20:12 Ayah 20:12 “I am your Lord (Allaah), take off your shoes, you (Prophet Moses Musa) are in the holy valley of Tuwa (the holy valley of Tuwaa, the holy valley of Tawa, the holy valley of Towa, the holy valley of the Tuwaa Tawa Torah Taurat at Mount Sinai Horeb).”


Torah Exodus 3:6 He (Allaah) said, “'I am the Allaah of your father, the Allaah of Abraham (Ibrahim), the Allaah of Isaac (Ishaq), and the Allaah of Jacob (Yaqub Israel).” And Moses Musa hid his face because he was afraid to look at (the place from where the voice of) Allaah (was coming). 

Quran 20:13 Ayah 20:13 “And I (Allaah) have chosen you (Prophet Moses Musa), so listen to what is revealed (to you).” 

Quran 20:14 Ayah 20:14 “I am Allaah (the creator). There is no Allaah except Me. So serve Me and pray to Me (Allaah) so that you remember Me.” 

Quran 20:15 Ayah 20:15 “The Hour (of the Day of Judgement) is coming. But I (Allaah) shall keep it (the exact time in the hereafter for the Day of Resurrection and Judgement) hidden, (it shall be the time when) every soul shall be rewarded (in the hereafter) according to its deeds.” 

Quran 20:16 Ayah 20:16 So do not let the person who does not believe it (The Hour in the hereafter of the Day of Resurrection and Judgement) and follows their own desires, divert you from it (the belief in Allaah), incase you perish (and lose Allaah’s mercy in the hereafter on that day). 


Torah Exodus 3:7 And the LORD said: 'I have surely seen the affliction of My people that are in Egypt, and have heard their cry by reason of their taskmasters; for I know their pains; 

Torah Exodus 3:8 and I am come down to deliver them out of the hand of the Egyptians, and to bring them up out of that land to a good land and a large (land), to a land flowing with milk and honey; to the place of the Canaanite, and the Hittite, and the Amorite, and the Perizzite, and the Hivite, and the Jebusite (today in Israel and Palestine). 

Quran 20:17 Ayah 20:17 (Allaah said), And what is that in your right hand, Moses (Musa)?” 

Quran 20:18 Ayah 20:18 He (Prophet Moses Musa) said, “This is my stick (rod, staff) on which I lean and knock down leaves for my sheep and it has other uses.” 

Quran 20:19 Ayah 20:19 (Allaah said), "Throw it down, Moses (Musa)" 

Quran 20:20 Ayah 20:20 So he (Prophet Moses Musa) threw it down and it became a quickly moving snake.


Torah Exodus 3:2 explains that the voice and appearance of Allaah to Prophet Moses Musa was made through an angel of Allaah and shows how the Torah Taurat and the Quran explain each other. 


There is an interesting similarity in the way revelation from Allaah is sometimes not revealed in an exact order but is scattered and repeated in both the Torah Taurat and in the Quran meaning parts of what is revealed by Allaah in both the Torah Taurat and in the Quran are often found placed in other chapters. 

This means that without a knowledge of the complete Quran or the complete Torah Taurat a reader might not know all the revelations that apply to a story.

A good example is in the story of Prophet Jesus Isa where Quran 4:157 and Quran 4:158 are separated from Quran 39:42 which explains how the soul of Prophet Jesus Isa was returned to earth to wake up the sleeping body of Prophet Jesus Isa three days after the crucifixion as proof that no one had killed him on the cross or crucified him to death on the cross.

Also seperated are Quran 39:42 and Quran 5:75 where "they (Jesus Isa and Mary Maryam) both use to eat food" meaning their bodies both died 2000 years ago and Quran 3:144 where the messengers before Prophet Muhammad have died meaning Prophet Jesus Isa died 2000 years ago because he is the messenger before Prophet Muhammad and Quran 7:6 where the messengers will be questioned in the hereafter and Quran 5:117 where in the hereafter Prophet Jesus Isa will testify that he died only one time when he was with the children of Israel 2000 years ago.

The same structure can be seen in the story of Prophet Isaac Ishaq which is scattered across Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51


3a. Why is the Torah and the Koran the same?

Why is the Torah and the Quran the same?

Why is the Taurat and the Quran the same?


Quran 12:111 Ayah 12:111 "... It (the Quran) is not an invented story but it is a confirmation of what came before it (in the Scriptures of the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil) ..." 


Quran 26:196 Ayah 26:196 It (the revelations from Allaah 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 Ayah 41:43 Nothing is said (by Allaah) to you (Prophet Muhammad) except what has already been said to the messengers before you. Your Lord (Allaah) is the possessor of forgiveness and severe punishment.


See 1. The Torah and Gospel and Koran are from Allaah.

The Torah and Gospel and Quran are from Allaah.

The Taurat and Injil and Quran are from Allaah.

Allaah protects His word.

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

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

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  


Quran 20:13 Ayah 20:13 “And I (Allaah) have chosen you (Prophet Moses Musa), so listen to what is revealed (to you).”


Quran 20:14 Ayah 20:14 “I am Allaah (the creator). There is no Allaah except Me. So serve Me and pray to Me (Allaah) so that you remember Me.”


Quran 20:15 Ayah 20:15 “The Hour (of the Day of Judgement) is coming. But I (Allaah) shall keep it (the exact time in the hereafter for the Day of Resurrection and Judgement) hidden, (it shall be the time when) every soul shall be rewarded (in the hereafter) according to its deeds.”


Comment 1. Why is Allaah the only one who can hear prayer?

Prayer to saints is misguided because only Allaah the creator can hear prayer.

Creations have no power to hear prayer.

Until the hour which is the time of the end of the Earth comes, dead humans shall not be resurrected for Allaah’s judgement to be declared.

If Allaah shall not give judgement until the Day of Resurrection then how can humans declare who is a Saint before Allaah has declared judgement of each person?

Are you Allaah that you can say who is a saint before Allaah has judged that matter?

Allaah revealed that the souls of Prophet Jesus Isa and Prophet Elijah Ilyas were raised into heaven to be in Allaah’s care as every human soul is raised to heaven to be in Allaah’s care.

Prophet Jesus Isa and Prophet Elijah Ilyas are both created by Allaah so they have no power to hear prayer because only the creator has such power.

People who prayed to dead people shall have a difficult time on the Day of Judgement when they might be asked (only Allaah really knows) why did you pray to dead people when Allaah revealed to you that until the day of judgement the souls of every dead person is under the care of Allaah.

Instead of praying to dead people why did you not pray to Allaah who created every dead person?

Creations have no power to hear prayer.

Praying to dead people is called idol worship.


1a. Why only Allaah can hear prayer.


Quran 19:93 verse 19:93 There is no one in the heavens and the earth who does not come to the Most Merciful (Allaah) except as a servant.


Quran 20:7 Ayah 20:7 And if you speak aloud then He (Allaah even) knows the secret (of your thoughts that you conceal while you speak) and (Allaah knows things that are even) more hidden (to you that you do not know about).


Quran 20:55 Ayah 20:55 From the (earth, the dust) We (Allaah) created you, and into it (the earth, the dust) shall We (Allaah) return you, and from it (the earth, the dust) We (Allaah) shall bring you out once again.


Quran 20:16 Ayah 20:16 So do not let the person who does not believe it (The Hour in the hereafter of the Day of Resurrection and Judgement) and follows their own desires, divert you from it (the belief in Allah), incase you perish (and lose Allah’s mercy in the hereafter on that day).


Quran 20:17 Ayah 20:17 (Allaah said), And what is that in your right hand, Moses (Musa)?”


Quran 20:18 Ayah 20:18 He (Prophet Moses Musa) said, “This is my stick (rod, staff) on which I lean and knock down leaves for my sheep and it has other uses.”


Quran 20:19 Ayah 20:19 (Allaah said), "Throw it down, Moses (Musa)"


Quran 20:20 Ayah 20:20 So he (Prophet Moses Musa) threw it down and it became a quickly moving snake.


Quran 20:21 Ayah 20:21 Allaah said, "Grasp it (the snake) and do not fear, We (Allaah) shall return it to its original condition (back to a stick, rod, staff),


Quran 20:22 Ayah 20:22 And put your hand to your side, it (your hand) shall come out white without disease (when you show it) as another sign (from Allaah).


Comment 1. The Torah confirms the Koran.

The Torah confirms the Quran.

The Taurat confirms the Quran.

 Quran 20:21 and 20:22 is confirmed in Torah Exodus 4:1 – 4:7, 7:1 – 9:33.


1. Allaah through Prophet Moses Musa turned the hand of Moses Musa to look leprous (white as snow) and when Prophet Moses Musa showed his hand again it was normal. 

This miracle shows Prophet Moses Musa was brown or black skinned because if his normal skin had been white then the change of colour to white would not have been a miracle.


2. Allaah through the rod of Prophet Moses Musa swallowed the rods of the Egyptian magicians.

These rods (sticks, staffs) looked like snakes.


1a. Why is the Torah and the Koran the same?

Why is the Torah and the Quran the same?

Why is the Taurat and the Quran the same?


Quran 12:111 Ayah 12:111 "... It (the Quran) is not an invented story but it is a confirmation of what came before it (in the Scriptures of the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil) ..." 


Quran 26:196 Ayah 26:196 It (the revelations from Allaah 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 Ayah 41:43 Nothing is said (by Allaah) to you (Prophet Muhammad) except what has already been said to the messengers before you. Your Lord (Allaah) is the possessor of forgiveness and severe punishment.


See 1. The Torah and Gospel and Koran are from Allaah.

The Torah and Gospel and Quran are from Allaah.

The Taurat and Injil and Quran are from Allaah.

Allaah protects His word.

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

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

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  


Quran 20:23 Ayah 20:23 We (Allaah) show you (Prophet Moses Musa some) of Our (Allaah’s) greatest signs,


Quran 20:24 Ayah 20:24 Go (Prophet Moses Musa) to Pharaoh Firon. He has transgressed (over the limits of acceptable human behaviour).


Comment 1. How did the Pharaoh Firon transgress over the limits of acceptable human behaviour?


Quran 20:24 Ayah 20:24 Go (Prophet Moses Musa) to Pharaoh Firon. He has transgressed (over the limits of acceptable human behaviour).


Quran 20:43 Ayah 20:43 Go, both of you (Prophet Moses Musa and Prophet Aaron Harun), to Pharaoh Firon. He has transgressed (over the limits of acceptable human behaviour).


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


Quran 5:32 Ayah 5:32 For this reason (that for the first time a human killed another human) We (Allaah) 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 (Allaah’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 Allaah to the human not to commit the great crime of killing human life but instead to work to save human life). 

Note 1. Allaah’s order in Quran 5:32 to the children of Israel is based on the first murder on the earth which occurred long before the children of Israel existed. This law of Allaah applies to all humans in all times because Allaah regards one human life as equal to every human life that Allaah has created and it is for Allaah to judge on the Day of Judgement what each person did in the life that Allaah gives to each person. 


Torah Exodus 1:15 And the King of Egypt spoke to the Hebrew midwives, of whom the name of the one was Shiphrah, and the name of the other Puah;


Torah Exodus 1:16 and he said; "When you do the duty of a midwife to the Hebrew women, you shall look on the birthstool: if it (the Hebrew baby) be a son, then you shall kill him; but if it (the Hebrew baby) be a daughter, then she shall live".


Torah Exodus 1:22 And Pharaoh Firon ordered all his people, saying, “Every son that is born (to the children of Israel) you shall throw into the river, and every daughter (that is born to the children of Israel) you shall save alive.


Jewish Hebrew Mishnah Sanhedrin 4:5, Babylonian Talmud Tractate Sanhedrin 37a Whoever destroys a soul, it is considered (by Allaah) as if he destroyed an entire world. And whoever saves a life, it is considered (by Allaah) as if he saved an entire world.

Note 1, In the sight of Allaah the saving of one human life is a great deed because in the sight of Allaah it is like saving every human life on the earth. 


Quran 20:25 Ayah 20:25 (Prophet Moses Musa) said, “My Lord (Allaah), expand (with reassurance) my breast (meaning, relax me from my anxiety by filling me with your reassurance).”


Quran 20:26 Ayah 20:26 And make my task easier for me (by reassuring my anxious heart).”


Quran 20:27 Ayah 20:27And loosen the knot from my tongue (to help me speak fluently, smoothly, confidently, effortlessly, easily),”


Quran 20:28 Ayah 20:28 "So that they (the Pharaoh Firon) may understand what I (Prophet Moses Musa) am saying.”


Quran 20:29 Ayah 20:29 “And give me (Prophet Moses Musa) an assistant from my family.”


Quran 20:30 Ayah 20:30 “Aaron Harun, my brother.”


Quran 20:31 Ayah 20:31 "Increase my (Prophet Moses’ Musa’s) strength through him (Prophet Aaron Harun),”


Quran 20:32 Ayah 20:32 “And let him (Prophet Aaron Harun) share my (Prophet Moses’ Musa’s) task,”


Quran 20:33 Ayah 20:33 “So that we (Prophet Aaron Harun and Prophet Moses Musa) may exalt You (Allaah) more (by working together).


Quran 20:34 Ayah 20:34 “And remember You (Allaah) very much (with prayer and deeds).”


Quran 20:35 Ayah 20:35 “You (Allaah) know (everything about) us.”


Quran 20:36 Ayah 20:36 He (Allaah) said, “Moses Musa your request is granted.”


Quran 20:37 Ayah 20:37 And already in another (earlier) time We (Allaah) have shown favour to you (Prophet Moses Musa),


Quran 20:38 Ayah 20:38 When We (Allaah) put inspiration in (Jochebed) your mother.


Quran 20:39 Ayah 20:39 Saying, “Put him (baby Moses Musa) into the basket and put it in the river (Nile River in Egypt), then the river shall put it on the (side of the river) bank, and there, an enemy of Mine (meaning,  enemy of Allaah who is the Pharaoh Firon because he will reject the greatests signs of Allaah that will be shown to him by Prophet Moses Musa in Quran 20:23 and Pharaoh Firon will never stop transgressing over the limits of acceptable human behaviour) and an enemy of his (meaning, enemy of Prophet Moses Musa and all the other children of Israel because arrogant people like the Pharaoh Firon misuse their power against humans) shall take him (baby Moses Musa and raise him with the family of the Pharaoh Firon).” And I (Allaah) gave you (Prophet Moses Musa) love from Me (Allaah, so that Prophet Moses Musa who is Hebrew shall love Allaah and the Hebrews who are the children of Israel) in order that you (Prophet Moses Musa) may be brought up under My Eye (meaning, so that Prophet Moses Musa is rightly guided on the path of Allaah),


Comment 1. How did the Pharaoh Firon transgress over the limits of acceptable human behaviour?
See Quran 20:24 comments.


Comment 2. Why is Prophet Moses Musa an enemy of the Pharaoh Firon?

Quran 20:39 and Torah Exodus 1:22 and 2:3 show that had baby Moses Musa been at home he would have been killed because Pharaoh Firon, the king of Egypt had ordered the death of all newborn baby sons of the children of Israel, the Hebrews.


Torah Exodus 1:22 And Pharaoh Firon ordered all his people, saying, “Every son that is born (to the children of Israel) you shall throw into the river, and every daughter (that is born to the children of Israel) you shall save alive.

Torah Exodus 2:3 And when she (Jochebed the mother of baby Moses Musa) could not longer hide him, she took for him an ark of bulrushes (basket), and daubed it with slime and with pitch; and she put the child in it, and laid it in the flags by the (Nile) river's bank (in Egypt).

Note 1. Quran 20:40 and Torah Exodus 1:22 and 2:3 confirm the Prophet Moses Musa was from the children of Israel, the Hebrews.


2a. Baby Moses Musa the Hebrew is taken into the family of the Pharaoh Firon who is the enemy of all the children of Israel.

Torah Exodus 2:5 And the daughter of Pharaoh (Firon) came down to bathe in the (Nile) river; and her maidens walked along by the river-side; and she saw the ark (basket) among the flags, and sent her handmaid to fetch it.


2b. The love of Moses Musa for the Hebrews who are the children of Israel.

Torah Exodus 2:11 And it came to pass in those days, when Moses Musa was grown up, that he went out to his brethren, and looked on their burdens; and he saw an Egyptian beating a Hebrew, one of his brethren.


2c. Why is the Torah and the Koran the same?

Why is the Torah and the Quran the same?

Why is the Taurat and the Quran the same?

See Quran 20:22 comments.


Quran 20:40 Ayah 20:40 When (baby Moses Musa was found on the Nile River by the Egyptians) your sister (Mary Maryam the sister of baby Moses Musa) went (to the Egyptians) and said, “Shall I show you someone who can (help you to) nurse him (baby Moses Musa)?” and We (Allaah) restored you Prophet Moses Musa to your mother (Jochebed who cared for baby Moses Musa as requested by the daughter of the Pharaoh Firon) so that she (Jochebed the mother of baby Moses Musa) might be content and not grieve. And (later when you grew up) you (Prophet Moses Musa)) killed a man (an Egyptian who was beating a Hebrew slave) and We (Allaah) saved you (Prophet Moses Musa) from great distress (after) testing you with a heavy trial (of distress). And you (fled out of Egypt and) stayed (for some) years among the people of Midian Madyan (today in northwestern Saudi Arabia). Then you Moses Musa came (here to Mount Sinai Horeb and the valley of Tuwa) at the ordained time,


Comment 1. Moses in the care of his mother in Quran 20:40 is confirmed in Torah Exodus 2:7 – 2:9.

Torah Exodus 2:7 Then said his (baby Moses’ Musa’s) sister to Pharaoh's Firon’s daughter, “Shall I go and call you a nurse from the Hebrew women so that she may nurse the child for you?”


Torah Exodus 2:8 And Pharaoh's Firon’s daughter said to her (to baby Moses’ Musa’s sister), “Go.” And the maiden (Mary Maryam) went and called the child's (baby Moses’ Musa’s) mother (Jochebed).


Torah Exodus 2:9 And Pharaoh's Firon’s daughter said to her (baby Moses’ Musa’s mother Jochebed), “Take this child away, and nurse it for me, and I will give you your wages.” And the woman took the child, and nursed it.


1a. The killing by Prophet Moses Musa of an Egyptian who was beating a Hebrew slave in Quran 20:40 is confirmed in Torah Exodus 2:12.

Torah Exodus 2:12 And he (Prophet Moses Musa) looked this way and that way, and when he saw that there was no man (who could see him), he hit the Egyptian, and hid him in the sand.


1b. Prophet Moses Musa fled from Egypt to Midian Madyan in Quran 20:40 is confirmed in Torah Exodus 2:15.

Torah Exodus 2:15 Now when Pharaoh Firon heard this thing (about Moses Musa killing an Egyptian), he wanted to kill Moses Musa. But Moses Musa fled from the face of Pharaoh Firon, and lived in the land of Midian Madyan (today in northwest Saudi Arabia); and he (Moses Musa) sat down next to a well.


1c. Why is the Torah and the Koran the same?

Why is the Torah and the Quran the same?

Why is the Taurat and the Quran the same?

See Quran 20:22 comments.


Comment 2. What is the valley of Tuwa?

Where is the valley of Tuwa?
See Quran 20:12 comments.

Quran 20:41 Ayah 20:41
I (Allaah) have prepared you (Moses Musa to service as a prophet and a messenger) for Myself (Allaah).

Quran 20:42 Ayah 20:42
Go you (Prophet Moses Musa) and your brother (Prophet Aaron Harun) with My (Allaah’s) signs and do not, either of you become forgetful or weaken in remembering Me (Allaah).

Quran 20:43 Ayah 20:43
Go, both of you (Prophet Moses Musa and Prophet Aaron Harun), to Pharaoh Firon. He has transgressed (over the limits of acceptable human behaviour).

Comment 1. How did the Pharaoh Firon transgress over the limits of acceptable human behaviour?
Torah Exodus 1:15 And the King of Egypt spoke to the Hebrew midwives, of whom the name of the one was Shiphrah, and the name of the other Puah;
Torah Exodus 1:16 and he said; "When you do the duty of a midwife to the Hebrew women, you shall look on the birthstool: if it (the Hebrew baby) be a son, then you shall kill him; but if it (the Hebrew baby) be a daughter, then she shall live".


Quran 20:44 Ayah 20:44
And speak to him with a gentle word, so that he (the Pharaoh Firon) may heed (the signs and warnings of Allaah) or fear (Allaah).

Quran 20:45 Ayah 20:45 They said, "Our Lord (Allaah), we are afraid that he (the Pharaoh Firon) shall behave insolently to us or that he shall transgress (by commiting an offence against us without listening to us)."

Quran 20:46 Ayah 20:46
He (Allaah) said, “Do not fear (the Pharaoh Firon). I (Allaah) am with both of you and I (Allaah) hear and see (everything).”

Quran 20:47 Ayah 20:47
So you go to him (the Pharaoh Firon) and say, “We are two messengers of your Lord (Allaah). Let the children of Israel go with us (out of slavery and out of Egypt) and do not torment them. We bring you a sign from your Lord (Allaah). Peace (meaning, safety from Allaah’s punishment) shall be for those who follow the guidance (of Allaah).

Comment 1. See Peace in the Koran Gospel and Torah.

Peace in the Quran Gospel and Torah.

Peace in Al Quran Al Injil and Al Taurat.

322 English https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/peace-in-the-koran 
322A Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/peace-in-the-quran 
322B Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/al-quran-and-peace

Quran 20:48 Ayah 20:48
“It has been revealed to us that the punishment (of Allaah) shall come to whoever rejects (the signs of Allaah) and turns away (from the commands of Allaah).”

Quran 20:49 Ayah 20:49
(When this message was delivered, Pharaoh Firon) said, "Prophet Moses Musa, who is the Lord (Allaah) of both of you?"

Quran 20:50 Ayah 20:50
He (Prophet Moses Musa) said, "Our Lord (Allaah) is the One (Allaah) who gave each thing its form and then guided (it)."

Quran 20:51 Ayah 20:51
He (the Pharaoh Firon) said, “What happened to (meaning where are) the previous (former) generations of old (the people from the past, where did they go)?”

Quran 20:52 Ayah 20:52
He (Prophet Moses Musa) replied, “The knowledge of this is with my Lord (Allaah and also) in a Record (that shall show that for each person Allaah’s judgement was just). My Lord (Allaah) neither makes any error nor forgets anything,

Quran 20:53 Ayah 20:53
(It is Allaah) who has made the earth like a bed (spread out for you to live) and has made roadways on it for you (to travel) and has sent down water from the sky (for you) and for a variety of plants (to grow). – (Continued Quran 20:54).

Quran 20:54 Ayah 20:54
– (Which is) food for yourself and food for your cattle. These are signs for people who have intelligence.

Quran 20:55 Ayah 20:55
From it (the earth, the dust) We (Allaah) created you, and into it (the earth, the dust) shall We (Allaah) return you, and from it (the earth, the dust) We (Allaah) shall bring you out once again.

Comment
1. Why is Allaah the only one who can hear prayer?
See Quran 20:15 comments.

Comment 2. 
The Quran index of the creation.

Creation of Earth in six days in the 
Quran 7:54, 10:3, 11:7, 25:59, 32:4, 41:9 – 41:10, 50:38 Allaah was not tied after creating the creation.

Creation of Earth and heavens from smoke (gases) in the Quran 41:11, 51:47 And the heavens
 Allaah has constructed it with Allaah’s power and Allaah is expanding it (the heavens).

Creation of humans 
in 
the Quran 21:30, 22:5, 23:12 – 23:14, 32:7 – 32:9, 71:14 – 71:18

Creation of life that humans do not know about in the 
Quran 16:8, 36:36, 42:29 life scattered in the heavens and the Earth.

Creation of seven heavens in the Quran 41:12 the 
nearest heaven contains the stars

Creation of time and distance 
in 
the Quran 10:5, 17:12, 22:47, 32:5, 70:4

Creation through evolution
 in 
the Quran 31:16 Allaah is subtle in creation, Quran 40:64 formed you and then perfected your form, Quran 36:66 Allaah could have made people to have no eyes, Quran 36:67 Allaah could make people to be like plants, 64:3, 71:14

End of the Earth and end of the first creation in the Quran 
52:9, 77:8 – 77:10

Design of the creation
 in 
the Quran 2:29, 17:44, 21:30, 29:19, 21:30 the heavens and the earth were one entity, 41:11, 41:12, 50:38, 57:22 the creation and events have been predetermined, 65:12, 67:3, 71:14 – 71:20

Every living thing is created from water 
in 
the Quran 21:30, 24:45

Everything shall perish except Allaah in the Quran
 28:88

Allaah encourages the scientific study of creation in the Quran
 29:20, 30:9

Is resurrection from death back to life real in the Quran
 20:55, 30:11, 30:19, 46:16, 51:61 when the Earth ends Allaah shall change your form and create you again in the hereafter in a form which at this time is unknown to you.

Shaping of the creation 
in 
the Quran 3:6, 40:64 Formed you and then perfected your form.

The created. Do people not look and wonder how the universe was created? in 
the Quran 88:17 – 88:20

The created. Allaah has given permission to travel beyond the Earth and the Heavens in the 
Quran 55:33

The creator in 
the Quran 2:255, 17:42, 28:88, 112:1 – 112:4

The end of evolution in the Quran
 71:17, 71:18  evolution on earth, 66.8 final destiny for evolution, 76:11 completion of evolution.

The mountains shall pass away like the clouds pass away 
in the 
Quran 27:88

The purpose of the creation 
in 
the Quran 3:191, 30:8, 38:27, 45:22

There was a time when humans did not exist in the Quran
 19:67, 76:1

Why is Allaah the only one who can hear prayer in the Quran
 20:7, 20:55, 59:24 Allaah is the designer of the creation, 64:1 All that is in the heavens and in the earth exalts Allaah because their existence depends on Allaah.

Quran 20:56 Ayah 20:56
And We (Allaah) showed him (the Pharaoh Firon) all Our (Allaah’s) signs, but he (the Pharaoh Firon) rejected them (signs of Allaah) and refused (to follow the command of Allaah).
Note 1. Quran 20:48 Ayah 20:48 “It has been revealed to us that the punishment (of Allaah) shall come to whoever rejects (the signs of Allaah) and turns away (from the commands of Allaah).”

Quran 20:57 Ayah 20:57
(After seeing the first sign of Allaah when the hand of Prophet Moses Musa turned as white as snow but was not diseased by leprosy), He (the Pharaoh Firon) said (with arrogance, overconfidence, pride, and disbelief in what he had seen), “Have you come to drive us out from our land with your magic, Prophet Moses Musa?

Quran 20:58 Ayah 20:58
Then we (the Pharaoh Firon, King of Egypt) shall bring you magic like it (your magic), (in a contest) between you (Prophet Moses Musa) and us, so let us make a time and place which nether of us shall fail to keep.

Quran 20:59 Ayah 20:59 He (
the Pharaoh Firon, King of Egypt) said, "Your appointment is on the Day of the Festival, let the people be assembled mid morning (well after sunrise)."

Quran 20:60 Ayah 20:60
So Pharaoh Firon left, made his plan and then came (to the appointment with Prophet Moses Musa).

Quran 20:61 Ayah 20:61
Prophet Moses Musa said to them (the Egyptian magicians who were gathered with the Pharaoh Firon), "A warning to you, Do not invent a lie against Allaah incase He (Allaah) destroys you as a punishment. He who invents lies (about Allaah) shall fail (in their desires)."

Quran 20:62 Ayah 20:62
Then they (the Egyptian magicians) privately discussed among themselves what to do.

Quran 20:63 Ayah 20:63
They (the Egyptian magicians) said (to the Pharaoh Firon), “These (Prophet Moses Musa and Prophet Aaron Harun) are two magicians who want to drive you out from your land by their magic and remove your way (of religious and traditional life).”

Quran 20:64 Ayah 20:64 (Magicians) 
prepare your strategy and come forward (and show what you can do). Whoever overcomes (the other on) this day shall be the superior (winner of the contest).

Quran 20:65 Ayah 20:65
They (the Egyptian magicians) said, “Prophet Moses Musa, Either (you) throw first or let us be the first to throw."

Quran 20:66 Ayah 20:66
He (Prophet Moses Musa) said, "No, you throw first" Then looking at their (the Egyptian magicians) ropes and their rods it seemed that they were made to move (like snakes) by their magic.

Quran 20:67 Ayah 20:67
And he Prophet Moses Musa sensed anxiety (worry, loss of confidence) in himself.

Quran 20:68 Ayah 20:68
We (Allaah) said, “Do not worry, You (Prophet Moses Musa) are the superior (in this contest because Allaah is with you).”

Quran 20:69 Ayah 20:69
Throw what is in your right hand (your stick, rod, staff) and it shall swallow up what they (the Egyptian magicians) have made. What they (the Egyptian magicians) made is a magicians’ trick that shall not be successful (against Allaah) no matter what they (the Egyptian magicians) do.

Quran 20:70 Ayah 20:70
So the magicians fell down in prostration (when they understood that what they saw was not magic) and they (the Egyptian magicians) said, "We believe in the Lord (Allaah) of Prophet Aaron Harun and Prophet Moses Musa."

Quran 20:71 Ayah 20:71 
(The Pharaoh Firon) said (with arrogance), "You (the Egyptian magicians) believed him (Prophet Moses Musa) before I (The Pharaoh Firon, King of Egypt) give you permission? He (Prophet Moses Musa) must surely be your leader who has taught you magic. So I shall cut off your (the Egyptian magician’s) hands and your feet on opposite sides, and I shall crucify you (the Egyptian magicians) on the trunks of palm trees and you (the Egyptian magicians) shall know which of us (the Pharaoh Firon or Allaah and his messenger Prophet Moses Musa) is more severe in (giving) punishment and more lasting (punishment)."

Comment 1. Stakes, crucifixion and cutting off hands and feet on opposite sides of the body in the Quran. 

See Quran 5:33 comments here:

5d allaah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-5-whoever-kills-a-person-it-is-as-if-that-person-killed-all-of-mankind 


Quran 20:72 Ayah 20:72
They (the Egyptian magicians) said, "We shall never have more regard for you (The Pharaoh Firon) than we have for the clear signs (from Allaah) that have come to us, or (more regard for you) than Him (Allaah) who created us, so decree whatever you desire to decree; for your decree can only touch the life in this world.”

Quran 20:73 Ayah 20:73
We (the Egyptian magicians) believe in our Lord (Allaah), (and pray) that He (Allaah) may forgive us our sins and the magic which you (The Pharaoh Firon) forced us to do (against the messengers of Allaah). Allaah is better and more lasting (than the Pharaoh Firon).

Quran 20:74 Ayah 20:74
Whoever comes to their Lord (Allaah) as a wrongdoer for them is Hell where they shall not die (and therefore they shall be unable to escape Allaah’s ever lasting punishment in Hell) nor (shall they) live (to enjoy Allaah’s ever lasting reward in Paradise unless Allaah wills it).

Quran 20:75 Ayah 20:75
But whoever comes to Him (Allaah), as a believer who has done good deeds; will be raised to a higher position (in Paradise in recognition of their righteousness),

Quran 20:76 Ayah 20:76
(For them are the) Gardens of Eden underneath which rivers flow, where they shall live forever. That is the reward of those who clean themselves (of evil).

Quran 20:77 Ayah 20:77
And (when the Pharaoh Firon agreed to free the children of Israel) We (Allaah) inspired Prophet Moses Musa, saying, “Travel at night with My (Allaah’s) servants (the children of Israel, the Hebrews) and strike (your stick, rod, staff to divide the Red Sea and open) for them a dry path in the (Red) sea without fear of being overtaken (by the Pharaoh Firon who chased after them with his Army when the Pharaoh Firon changed his mind about giving freedom to the children of Israel), nor being afraid (of walking on a dry path where the Red Sea was divided and held back by Allaah like two suspended mountains of water one on either side of their dry path).

Comment
1. Quran 20:77 is confirmed by Torah Exodus 12:37 – 12:42.
Torah Exodus 12:37 And the children of Israel journeyed from Rameses to Succoth (in Egypt), about six hundred thousand men on foot, beside children.

Torah Exodus 12:38
And a mixed multitude went up also with them; and flocks, and herds, even very much cattle.

Torah Exodus 12:39
And they baked unleavened cakes of the dough (as their bread) which they brought out of Egypt, it was not leavened (bread) because they were thrust out of Egypt, and could not stay, neither had they prepared for themselves any other food provisions.

Torah Exodus 12:40
Now the time that the children of Israel lived in Egypt was four hundred and thirty years. 

Torah Exodus 12:41
And it came to pass at the end of four hundred and thirty years, even the selfsame day it came to pass, that all the host of the Lord (Allaah) went out from the land of Egypt.

Torah Exodus 12:42
It was a night of observance to the Lord (Allaah) for bringing them (the children of Israel) out from the land of Egypt; this same night is a night of observance to the Lord (Allaah) for all the children of Israel throughout their generations (to remember what Allaah did for the children of Israel on that night of deliverance from slavery to freedom).


1a. Allaah in Quran 20:77 is confirmed by Allaah in the Torah Exodus 13:17 – 13:22.
Torah Exodus 13:17 And it came to pass, when Pharaoh Firon had let the people go, that Allaah led them not by the way of the land of the Philistines, although that was near; because Allaah said, “In case the people change their mind when they see (the possibility of) war (with the Philistines), and they (decide to) return to Egypt (since they know the life of a slave but they do not know the life of being a fighter).”

Torah Exodus 13:18
But Allaah led the people about, by the way of the wilderness by the Red Sea; and the children of Israel went up (without any arms in an) armed (formation so as to travel quickly in an organised formation) out of the land of Egypt.

Torah Exodus 13:19
And Prophet Moses Musa took the bones of Prophet Joseph Yusuf Israel with him because he (Prophet Joseph Yusuf Israel) had sworn to the children of Israel, saying, “Allaah shall surely remember you and you shall carry up my bones away with you.”

Torah Exodus 13:20
And they took their journey from Succoth, and encamped in Etham (in Egypt) on the edge of the wilderness.

Torah Exodus 13:21
And the Lord (Allaah) went before them by day in a pillar of cloud, to lead the way for them; and by night in a pillar of fire, to give them light so that they might go by day and by night:

Torah Exodus 13:22
the pillar of cloud by day, and the pillar of fire by night, which did not departed from in front of the people.

1b. Why is the Torah and the Koran the same?

Why is the Torah and the Quran the same?

Why is the Taurat and the Quran the same?

See Quran 20:22 comments. 


Comment 2. See comments in Quran 20:78.


Quran 20:78 Ayah 20:78 Then Pharaoh Firon followed them with his Army but the waters (of the Red Sea which had been divided by Allaah, fell on top of them and) completely covered them.


Comment 1. Quran 20:77 is confirmed by Torah Exodus 14:1 – 14:31.

Torah Exodus 14:1 And the Lord (Allaah) spoke to Prophet Moses Musa, saying:


Torah Exodus 14:2Speak to the children of Israel so that they turn back and camp in front of Pi-hahiroth (in Egypt), between Migdol and the (Red) sea, before Baal-zephon, over against it you shall camp by the sea.


Torah Exodus 14:3 And Pharaoh Firon will say of the children of Israel, “They are trapped in the land and the wilderness has blocked them in.”


Torah Exodus 14:4 And I (Allaah) will harden Pharaoh's Firon’s heart, and he shall follow after them (the children of Israel) and I (Allaah) will get My (Allaah’s) honour (by what Allaah had promised) on the Pharaoh Firon, and on all his host (followers) and the Egyptians shall know that I am the Lord (Allaah).” And they did so.


Torah Exodus 14:5 And it was told to the king of Egypt that the people (the children of Israel) had fled and the heart of Pharaoh Firon and of his servants was turned towards the people, and they said, “What is this we have done that we have let Israel go from serving us (as our slaves)?”


Torah Exodus 14:6 And he (the Pharaoh Firon) got his chariots and took his people with him.


Torah Exodus 14:7 And he took six hundred chosen chariots and all the chariots of Egypt and the captains that were over all of them.


Torah Exodus 14:8 And the Lord (Allaah) hardened the heart of Pharaoh Firon king of Egypt, and he pursued after the children of Israel because the children of Israel went out with a high hand (meaning their heads held high, meaning a public show of streangth which now became a humiliation in the heart of the Pharaoh Firon).


Torah Exodus 14:9 And the Egyptians pursued after them, all the horses and chariots of Pharaoh Firon, and his horsemen, and his army, and overtook them (the children of Israel) camping by the (Red) sea, beside Pi-hahiroth, in front of Baal-zephon (in Egypt).


Torah Exodus 14:10 And when Pharaoh Firon came near, the children of Israel lifted up their eyes and saw the Egyptians were marching after them and they were very afraid and the children of Israel cried out to the Lord (Allaah).


Torah Exodus 14:11 And they (the children of Israel) said to Prophet Moses (Musa), “Because there were no graves in Egypt, have you taken us away to die in the wilderness? Why have you dealt with us like this, to bring us out of Egypt?


Torah Exodus 14:12 Is this not what we told to you (Prophet Moses Musa) in Egypt, saying, “Leave us alone so that we may serve the Egyptians? Because it was better for us to serve the Egyptians than that we should die in the wilderness.”


Torah Exodus 14:13 And Prophet Moses Musa said to the people, “Do not fear, stand still and see the salvation of the Lord (Allaah), which He (Allaah) shall do for you today because although you have seen the Egyptians today, you shall never see them again.


Torah Exodus 14:14 The Lord (Allaah) shall fight for you, and you shall hold your peace.”


Torah Exodus 14:15 And the Lord (Allaah) said to Prophet Moses Musa, “Why do you cry to Me (Allaah)? Speak to the children of Israel, to go forward.


Torah Exodus 14:16 And (Prophet Moses Musa) lift up your rod, and stretch out your hand over the (Red) sea, and divide it (the Red Sea); and the children of Israel shall go into the sea on dry ground.


Torah Exodus 14:17 And I (Allaah) will harden the hearts of the Egyptians and they shall go in after them (the children of Israel) and I (Allaah) will get My (Allaah’s) honour (by what Allaah had promised) on the Pharaoh Firon and on his entire host (of followers), on his chariots, and on his horsemen.


Torah Exodus 14:18 And the Egyptians shall know that I am the Lord (Allaah), when I have gotten My (Allaah’s) honour (by what Allaah had promised) on Pharaoh Firon, on his chariots, and on his horsemen.”


Torah Exodus 14:19 And the angel of Allaah, who went in front of the camp of Israel, moved and went behind them; and the pillar of cloud moved from in front of them and stood behind them (the children of Israel);


Torah Exodus 14:20 and it (the pillar of cloud) came between the camp of Egypt and the camp of Israel; and there was the cloud and the darkness here (at the Egyptian camp), yet it gave light at night there (at the Israeli camp); and the one (the Egyptians) did not come near the other (the Israelis) all that night.


Torah Exodus 14:21 And Prophet Moses Musa stretched out his hand over the (Red) sea and the Lord (Allaah) caused the (Red) sea to go back by a strong east wind (that blew) all that night, and made the (Red) sea dry land, and the waters were divided.


Torah Exodus 14:22 And the children of Israel went into the (Red) sea on the dry ground and the waters were a wall on their right hand (side) of them, and on their left (hand side of them).


Torah Exodus 14:23 And the Egyptians pursued, and went in after them into the sea, all Pharaoh's Firon’s horses, his chariots, and his horsemen.


Torah Exodus 14:24 And it came to pass in the morning, that the Lord (Allaah) looked out on the host of the Egyptians through the pillar of fire and of cloud and humiliated the host of the Egyptians.


Torah Exodus 14:25 And He (Allaah) took off their chariot wheels and made them difficult to drive so that the Egyptians said, “Let us flee from the face of Israel because the Lord (Allaah) fights for them against the Egyptians.”


Torah Exodus 14:26 And the Lord (Allaah) said to Prophet Moses Musa, “Stretch out your hand over the (Red) sea so that the waters may come back on the Egyptians, on their chariots, and on their horsemen.”


Torah Exodus 14:27 And Prophet Moses (Musa) stretched out his hand over the (Red) sea, and the sea returned to its strength when the morning appeared and the Egyptians fled against it and the Lord (Allaah) overthrew the Egyptians in the midst of the sea.


Torah Exodus 14:28 And the waters returned and covered the chariots and the horsemen, even all the host of Pharaoh Firon that went in after them into the sea; there remained not so much as one of them.


Torah Exodus 14:29 But the children of Israel walked on dry land in the sea; and the waters were a wall to them on their right hand, and on their left.


Torah Exodus 14:30 Thus the Lord (Allaah) saved Israel that day out of the hand of the Egyptians; and Israel saw the Egyptians dead on the sea-shore.


Torah Exodus 14:31 And Israel saw the great work which the Lord (Allaah) did on the Egyptians, and the people feared the Lord (Allaah) and they believed in the Lord (Allaah) and in His (Allaah’s) servant Prophet Moses Musa.


1a. Why is the Torah and the Koran the same?

Why is the Torah and the Quran the same?

Why is the Taurat and the Quran the same?

See Quran 20:22 comments.


Quran 20:79 Ayah 20:79 And Pharaoh Firon (the King of Egypt, had) led his people astray and he did not (correctly) guide them.


Comment 1. The Pharaoh Firon did what was evil instead of doing what was good.

The Pharaoh Firon lead the people to do evil instead of leading them to do what was good.

The Pharaoh Firon rewarded the people for evil instead of rewarding what was good.


Quran 20:80 Ayah 20:80 O Children of Israel, We (Allaah) delivered you from your enemy, and We (Allaah) made a covenant (agreement) with you on the holy mountain's side (Mount Sinai Mount Horeb in the Sinai Peninsula today in Egypt), and sent down on you the manna and the quails (as food for you).


Comment 1. Quran 20:80 is confirmed by Torah Deuteronomy 18:15, 18:18  18:22 

The Torah is in the Old Testament. 

The Torah is in the Old Bible, 

The Torah is in the Jewish Bible, 

The Torah is in the Hebrew Bible.


See the covenant between Allaah and the children of Israel in Quran 5:12 and 5:13 comments here:

god/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-5-whoever-kills-a-person-it-is-as-if-that-person-killed-all-of-humankind

5a allah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-5-whoever-kills-a-person-it-is-as-if-that-person-killed-all-of-mankind

5b allah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-5-whoever-kills-a-person-it-is-as-if-that-person-killed-all-of-humankind

5c. allaah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-5-whoever-kills-a-person-it-is-as-if-that-person-killed-all-humanity

5d allaah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-5-whoever-kills-a-person-it-is-as-if-that-person-killed-all-of-mankind 

 

Where is Mount Sinai Horeb?

See Quran 14:39 comments 13 here:

14 god/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-14-if-god-is-real-the-same-son-would-be-sacrificed-in-the-torah-gospel-and-quran   

14a allah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-14-ismail-lived-in-canaan-paran-shur-havilah-in-his-137-years  

14b allah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-14-if-allah-is-real-the-same-son-would-be-sacrificed-in-the-taurat-injil-and-quran  

14c allaah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-14-why-is-ishaq-the-only-son-of-ibrahim

14d allaah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-14-if-allaah-is-real-the-same-son-would-be-sacrificed-in-the-tawrah-enjeel-and-quran

 

Torah Deuteronomy 18:15 A prophet (Prophet Joshua Yusha followed by prophet after prophet, messenger after messenger) will the LORD your Allaah raise up to you (the children of Israel), from the midst of you (as happened 3000 years ago with Prophet David Dawud who delivered the Psalms Zabur in your midst presence when you were in the United Kingdom of Israel and Judah today in Israel and Palestine and 2000 years ago with Prophet Jesus Isa who delivered the Gospel Injil in your midst presence when you were in Judea and Galilee today in Israel and Palestine and 1400 years ago with Prophet Muhammad who delivered the Koran Quran in your midst presence when you were in Yathrib Arabia today in Madinah Saudi Arabia), of your brethren (The children of Israel are brothers and brethren to each other. The children of Esau are brothers and brethren to the children of Israel through Jacob Yaqub Israel who is the brother of Esau. The children of Ishmael Ismail are brothers and brethren to the children of Israel through Isaac Ishaq who is the brother of Ishmael Ismail and the father of Jacob Yaqub Israel. Esau and Ishmael Ismail are not one of the children of Israel. The children of Ishmael Ismail are the brethren and brother of the children of Isaac Ishaq which include the children of Israel in the same way as Allaah says the children of Esau who are not the children of Israel are the brethren of the children of Israel in Torah Deuteronomy 2:4 – 2:8 and Prophet Moses Musa says the children of Esau who are not the children of Israel are the brother of the children of Israel in Torah Numbers 20:14. Those who descended from Prophet Abraham Ibrahim are brothers and brethren to each other and brothers and brethren in the religion of Allaah because this is the religion of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and), like (you did) to me (Prophet Moses Musa who delivered the Torah Taurat 3200 years ago in your midst presence when you were at Mount Sinai Horeb today in Egypt); to him (the prophet after prophet that is sent to you from Allaah, the messenger after messenger that is sent to you from Allaah) you shall (also) listen (Note that all the prophets and messengers of Allaah are mentioned in Torah Deuteronomy 18:15. In Torah Genesis 25:9 “Isaac Ishaq and Ishmael Ismail his sons buried Abraham Ibrahim” meaning the children of Isaac Ishaq and the children of Ishmael Ismail are brothers and brethren to each other meaning the Hebrews and the Arabs are brothers and brethren to each other meaning the Jews and the Muslims are brothers and brethren to each other meaning everyone who follows the religion of Allaah are brothers and brethren to each other as confirmed in Torah Deuteronomy 18:15, 18:18 - 18:22 and Quran 5:68 and Quran 7:157); 


Torah Deuteronomy 18:18 (Therefore) I (Allaah) shall raise up for them (the children of Israel) a prophet (Prophet Joshua Yusha followed by prophet after prophet, messenger after messengerlike you (Prophet Moses Musa who delivered the Torah Taurat 3200 years ago when you were at Mount Sinai Horeb today in Egyptfrom among their brothers brethren (The children of Israel are brothers and brethren to each other. The children of Esau are brothers and brethren to the children of Israel through Jacob Yaqub Israel who is the brother of Esau. The children of Ishmael Ismail are brothers and brethren to the children of Israel through Isaac Ishaq who is the brother of Ishmael Ismail and the father of Jacob Yaqub Israel. Esau and Ishmael Ismail are not one of the children of Israel. The children of Ishmael Ismail are the brethren and brother of the children of Isaac Ishaq which include the children of Israel in the same way as Allaah says the children of Esau who are not the children of Israel are the brethren of the children of Israel in Torah Deuteronomy 2:4 – 2:8 and Prophet Moses Musa says the children of Esau who are not the children of Israel are the brother of the children of Israel in Torah Numbers 20:14. Those who descended from Prophet Abraham Ibrahim are brothers and brethren to each other and brothers and brethren in the religion of Allaah because this is the religion of Prophet Abraham Ibrahimand I (Allaah through the Holy Spirit Angel Gabriel Jibril) shall put my (Allaah’s) words in the mouth of the prophet (meaning prophet after prophet, messenger after messenger), who shall speak to them (the people) everything that I (Allaah) command him” (to speak to you. Note that all the prophets and messengers of Allaah are mentioned in Torah Deuteronomy 18:18. In Torah Genesis 25:9 “Isaac Ishaq and Ishmael Ismail his sons buried Abraham Ibrahim” meaning the children of Isaac Ishaq and the children of Ishmael Ismail are brothers and brethren to each other meaning the Hebrews and the Arabs are brothers and brethren to each other meaning the Jews and the Muslims are brothers and brethren to each other meaning everyone who follows the religion of Allaah are brothers and brethren to each other as confirmed in Torah Deuteronomy 18:15, 18:18 - 18:22 and Quran 5:68 and Quran 7:157); 

Gospel of Luke 1:19 In answer the angel said to him, "I am Gabriel Jibril, one who stands in the presence of Allaah, and I have been sent to speak to you and to tell you these glad announcements. 

Note 1. Angel Gabriel Jibril is the Holy Spirit Holy Ghost who is closest to the word of Allaah.


Gospel of Luke 1:35 And in answer the angel (the Holy Spirit Angel Gabriel Jibril who came in the form of a man) said to her (the virgin Mary Maryam),"The Holy Spirit (the Holy Spirit Angel Gabriel Jibril who will come in the form of a dove, a body with wings, an angelwill come upon you (to deliver to your womb a soul created by Allaah for your son Jesus Isa), and the power of the Most High (Allaah) will overshadow you (so that what Allaah has decreed is fulfilled without failure). For this reason also, the one to be born will be called holy (the blessed), the Son of Allaah (meaning the Servant of Allaah, the Slave of Allaah, the prophet and messenger and messiah sent by Allaah). 

Gospel of Luke 3:22 and the Holy Spirit descended on him (Prophet Jesus Isa) in the bodily form of a dove (a body with wings, an angel) …”


See more in Quran 5:13 comments here:

god/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-5-whoever-kills-a-person-it-is-as-if-that-person-killed-all-of-humankind

5a allah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-5-whoever-kills-a-person-it-is-as-if-that-person-killed-all-of-mankind

5b allah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-5-whoever-kills-a-person-it-is-as-if-that-person-killed-all-of-humankind

5c. allaah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-5-whoever-kills-a-person-it-is-as-if-that-person-killed-all-humanity

5d allaah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-5-whoever-kills-a-person-it-is-as-if-that-person-killed-all-of-mankind 


Note 1. Peace in Israel and Palestine. 

Peace between Jewish and Arab brothers. 

Prophet Muhammad in Taurat Torah Deuteronomy 18:18 is proof that Hebrews and Arabs are brothers, Jews and Muslims are brethren.. 

Quran 4:114 Ayah 4:114 There is no good in most of their (the people’s) secret talks except in the person who calls for charity, kindness and peace making between humans, he (the person) who does this (charity, kindness and peace making between humans) and seeks the approval of Allaah, We (Allaah) shall give them a great reward (in Paradise in the Hereafter).

Quran 49:10 Ayah 49:10 The believers are brothers. Therefore make peace between your brothers and fear Allaah so that you may obtain mercy (on the Day of Judgement).


Today Allaah has decreed that the Holy Land known as Israel and Palestine is the home of the descendants of the brothers Isaac Ishaq and Ishmael Ismail.

See Video: Muslims and Jews promote peace between Palestinian and Israeli brothers.

2 Boys English version 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Etmw9ldAaU 

2 Boys Arabic version 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTzGML_QOvg
2 Boys Hebrew version 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcmdoerlLGQ

2 Boys Portuguese version 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ECEPKgI7kbY


Comment 2. Quran 20:80 is confirmed by Torah Exodus 16:31 and 16:35. 

Torah Exodus 16:31 And the house of Israel called the name of (the food that came from heaven) Manna; and it was like coriander seed, white; and the taste of it was like wafers made with honey.

Torah Exodus 16:35 And the Children of Israel did eat the manna for forty years until they came to a land inhabited; they did eat the manna, until they came to the boarders of the land of Canaan (today Israel and Palestine).


2a. Why is the Torah and the Koran the same?

Why is the Torah and the Quran the same?

Why is the Taurat and the Quran the same?

See Quran 20:22 comments.


Quran 20:81 Ayah 20:81 “So eat the good things We (Allaah) have provided you, and do not disobey (what Allaah has ordered in the covenant), in case My (Allaah’s) wrath (anger) comes to you. The person on whom My (Allaah’s) wrath comes is lost (misguided and all their good deeds on earth shall perish so that they shall come to the Hereafter with nothing deserving of reward).


Comment 1. The covenant agreement with Allaah.

To disobey Allaah means to break the covenant (agreement) that Allaah made on Mount Sinai with Prophet Moses Musa and the Children of Israel the Hebrews. Allaah warns against breaking that agreement.

See the covenant between Allaah and the children of Israel in Quran 5:12 and 5:13.comments here:

god/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-5-whoever-kills-a-person-it-is-as-if-that-person-killed-all-of-humankind

5a allah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-5-whoever-kills-a-person-it-is-as-if-that-person-killed-all-of-mankind

5b allah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-5-whoever-kills-a-person-it-is-as-if-that-person-killed-all-of-humankind

5c. allaah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-5-whoever-kills-a-person-it-is-as-if-that-person-killed-all-humanity

5d allaah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-5-whoever-kills-a-person-it-is-as-if-that-person-killed-all-of-mankind 


Quran 20:82 Ayah 20:82 But I (Allaah) am forgiving toward those who repent (their wrongdoing) and who believe (in Allaah) and who do what is good and who return to the right path (by correcting their wrongdoing).


Quran 20:83 Ayah 20:83 (On Mount Sinai Horeb, Allaah asked), "What made you hurry ahead of your people, Prophet Moses Musa?"


Quran 20:84 Ayah 20:84 He (Prophet Moses Musa) said, “They are close behind me. I hurried to You, my Lord (Allaah), so that You (Allaah) might be pleased (with me).”


Quran 20:85 Ayah 20:85 (Allaah) said, "We (Allaah) have tested your people (with Satan Shaitan) after you (Prophet Moses Musa) departed (from them. Satan Shaitan has been successful), and Samiri (not Angel Samil) has led them (the children of Israel at Mount Sinai Horeb in the Sinai Peninsula) astray."


Comment 1. Who is Samiri?

Who is Saamari? Who is SamiriiWho is SameriWho is Samira? Who is SamiriyyWho is Samri? Who is Samariy?

Allaah used Samiri to test who among the children of Israel believed in idol worship.


1a. Some people say that the name Samiri is not important.

Why is the name Samiri important?

In the sacrifice of the son of Abraham Ibrahim Quran chapter 37 surah 37 sura 37 why did Allaah not name Ishmael Ismail and not bless Ishmael Ismail but instead names Isaac Ishaq and Abraham Ibrahim and blesses Isaac Ishaq and Abraham Ibrahim?

The answer is that in Quran chapter 37 Ishmael Ismail is not in the story of the sacrifice of the son of Abraham Ibrahim.

In Quran chapter 37 it is important to know the names Isaac Ishaq and Abraham Ibrahim because these are the only names that are mentioned by Allaah and blessed by Allaah in the story of the sacrifice. 


Here is another example that shows why it is important when names are given in the Quran.

Allaah has not included Prophet Ishmael Ismail with the blessing of vision in Quran 38:45 but instead Allaah purposefully mentions Prophet Ishmael Ismail separately without his father in the next verse Quran 38:48. Why? Because Allaah is showing us that the father and the son who was to be sacrificed in the vision (dream) was Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Prophet Isaac Ishaq in Quran 38:45.


During the time of the sacrifice Prophet Isaac Ishaq was “the only son” living with Prophet Abraham Ibrahim because Allaah had already taken Prophet Ishmael Ismail away from Prophet Abraham Ibrahim into Allaah’s care in the desert.

In Quran 38:48 Allaah mentions Prophet Ishmael Ismail without his father because Allaah had taken Prophet Ishmael Ismail and his mother Hagar Hajar away to Allaah’s care in the desert and Allaah was now asking Prophet Abraham Ibrahim to give as a sacrifice to Allaah Prophet Isaac Ishaq who was “the only son” that Prophet Abraham Ibrahim still had living with him.


Would Prophet Abraham Ibrahim sacrifice to Allaah “his only son” Prophet Isaac Ishaq who was the only son left with Prophet Abraham Ibrahim? 

Prophet Abraham Ibrahim had earlier already given away his first son Prophet Ishmael Ismail to Allaah’s care by leaving Prophet Ishmael Ismail and his mother Hagar Hajar in the desert with little food or water. 

Allaah had already taken the first son and now Allaah wanted “the only son” Prophet Isaac Ishaq who was still living with Prophet Abraham Ibrahim to be sacrificed. 

Would Prophet Abraham Ibrahim reject Allaah by saying "but you promised offspring to me from Isaac Ishaq and now you want me to sacrifice him?"
Would Prophet Abraham Ibrahim give both his sons back to Allaah or not?
That was a great test from Allaah.


For these same reasons it is important to know Samiri because Allaah has revealed this name (... and Samiri has led them astray).

If it was not important to know the name Samiri then Allaah would have revealed “and Satan Shaitan has led them astray."


Comment 2. How can we find why Allaah has revealed the name Samiri?

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


2a. What has been revealed about Samiri by the messengers of Allaah before Prophet Muhammad?

The story of the golden calf at Mount Sinai Horeb is in the Torah Taurat.

Samiri is not in the Torah Taurat.

Samiri is not in the Gospel Injil.


2b. What does the Quran say about the Jewish stories from rabbis?

Stories in Jewish rabbinical literature can be true or false or a faulty mixture of truth and falsehood.

This is the same for Muslim hadith stories and Christian stories.


2c. A true Jewish story from rabbis that is confirmed by the Quran is:

Mishnah Sanhedrin 4:5, Babylonian Talmud Tractate Sanhedrin 37a Whoever destroys a soul; it is considered (by Allaah) as if he destroyed an entire world. And whoever saves a life, it is considered (by Allaah) as if he saved an entire world.

Note 1, In the sight of Allaah the saving of one human life is a great deed because in the sight of Allaah such behaviour is like saving every human life on the earth. 

 

Quran 5:32 Ayah 5:32 For this reason (that for the first time a human killed another human) We (Allaah) 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 (Allaah’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 Allaah to the human not to commit the great crime of killing human life but instead to work to save human life). 

Note 1. Allaah’s order in Quran 5:32 to the children of Israel is based on the first murder on the earth which occurred long before the children of Israel existed. This law of Allaah applies to all humans in all times because Allaah regards one human life as equal to every human life that Allaah has created and it is for Allaah to judge on the Day of Judgement what each person did in the life that Allaah gives to each person. 


2d. A Jewish story from rabbis with a faulty mixture of truth and falsehood that is corrected in the Quran is:

Quran 2:102 Ayah 2:102 And they (some of the Jews of Yathrib Arabia) believe what the evil ones said about the special powers of Prophet Solomon Suleiman during the time of his kingdom (they said Solomon's power was magic from evil ones as is written in Jewish rabbinic literature). (The truth is) Prophet Solomon Suleiman had faith (and all his powers were from Allaah). It was the evil ones who were disbelievers who taught magic that had been revealed to Angel Harut and Angel Marut in Babylon. These Angels (when they taught the first humans this knowledge) first said “We are a test for your faith, do not disbelieve in Allaah (by learning magic from us) and to those who disbelieved they taught the magic that caused dispute between husband and wife and caused harm only with Allaah’s permission. They (the disbelievers) learned what harmed them (by learning what was evil) and not what profited them (by having faith in Allaah and doing what was good) and they knew (because they were warned) that buyers of it (magic) would have no happiness in the Hereafter. If they only knew how terrible the price was (for learning the magic of doing evil) for which they sold their souls (for a place in fire in the hereafter). 

Note 1. In the Quran 2:102 Allaah corrected a story from Jewish rabbinic literature to show how some stories from Jewish rabbis might be correct and others might be faulty.

Note 2. Angels willingly do only what Allaah has commanded.

Notice that the Angels warned humans by saying “We are a test for your faith, do not disbelieve in Allaah (by learning magic from us.”

Note 3. Satan Shaitan obeys Allaah unwillingly. 

Satan Shaitan whispers to humans suggesting they do evil.

Satan Shaitan does not warn humans by saying “I am a test of your faith, do not disbelieve in Allaah by following my evil suggestion.”

Note 4. Humans have free will to do good or bad and to accept or reject the evil suggestions of Satan Shaitan.

Quran 17:60 Ayah 17:60 “.... We (Allaah) warn (people to do what is good and avoid what is evil) and make them afraid (of Allaah 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 Allaah (and the commandment to do what is good and avoid what is evil). 


Comment 3. The golden calf in Jewish rabbinic literature are stories from humans.

Angel Samael Sammael Samil is sometimes confused with Satan Shaitan when Angel Samael Sammael Samil appears to want humans to do evil in some Talmud (stories from rabbis of Jewish ceremonial law and legend) and in some Kabbalah (Qabalah, Kabala stories from rabbis that are a Jewish spiritual interpretation of the Torah Taurat).

Angel Samael Sammael Samil is said to have tempted Eve Hawa according to the stories of Rabbi Eliezer.

In the Slavonic Book of Enoch (vi.) Angel Samael Sammael Samil is the prince of the demons and a magician ("Sefer Raziel," 6a, 40b, 41b).

In other Jewish stories from rabbis Angel Samael Sammael Samil is the Angel of Death (Holy Kabbalah, Arthur Edward Waite, 255).

Angel Samael Sammael Samil has also been described as a fallen Angel meaning an Angel who became sinful.


Quran 2:102 (see in comment 2) corrects a Jewish story from rabbis by revealing that knowledge comes from Allaah and not from Satan Shaitan.

In the same way the story of Angel Samael Sammael Samil is corrected in the Quran by showing that Angels are the willing servants of Allaah and should not be confused with Satan Shaitan who is the unwilling servant of Allaah.

Quran 2:102 (see in comment 2) warns the Jews in Yathrib, Arabia of a faulty story from rabbis which confuse Angels who always willing obey Allaah with Satan Shaitan, who obeys Allaah unwillingly.


In one Jewish story from rabbis Angel Samael Sammael Samil hides inside the golden calf to make it appear to be alive by making moo sounds (Pirke de Rabbi Eliezer, Pirkei d'Rebi Eliezer page 45, Sanh. 5; Pirḳe R. El. 45).

In this story Angel Samael Sammael Samil acts like Satan Shaitan by encouraging humans to adopt idol worship.

The Quran shows the Jews in Yathrib how to correct this story from rabbis.

The Quran inspires the correct understanding of this faulty Jewish story from rabbis which had confused truth with falsehood.

Jewish rabbinical literature is a continuous process of storytelling and story addition, story modification and story comments from many rabbis who explain what is not explained in the Torah Taurat by using the knowledge of religion that existed in their time as a way to teach people righteousness and wisdom. 


Comment 4. How does the Quran correct the Jewish story from rabbis of the golden calf and Angel Samael Sammael Samil?

Quran 20:85 Ayah 20:85 (Allaah) said, "We (Allaah) have tested your people (with Satan Shaitan) after you (Prophet Moses Musa) departed (from them. Satan Shaitan has been successful), and Samiri (not Angel Samil) has led them (the children of Israel at Mount Sinai Horeb in the Sinai Peninsula) astray."


Note 1. It is not the duty of Angels to lead humans astray as in a Jewish story from rabbis that describes Angel Samael Sammael Samil making  the moo sound of a calf to mislead the children of Israel to abandon Allaah and adopt idol worship,

In the Quran the story of Samiri shows the Jews in Yathrib Arabia that it is the duty of Satin Shaitan to try and lead humans astray.

The Quran gives Satin Shaitan and Angel Samael Sammael Samil and the human Samiri their correct and proper role in this story.


Comment 5. See Quran 20:85 – 20:98 comments.


Quran 20:86 Ayah 20:86 So Prophet Moses Musa in anger (that his people sinned against Allaah) and in sorrow (that his people sinned against Allaah) returned to his people saying, "My people, did your Lord (Allaah) not make you a good promise (that the Torah Taurat of guidance would be revealed to you)? Did the (time to wait for the) promise seem to you to be too long in coming? Or did you wish that the wrath (anger) from your Lord (Allaah) should come to you, so you broke your promise to me (by disbelieving in Allaah and worshipping the idol of a calf)?"


Comment 1. The story of Prophet Moses Musa in Egypt is in Quran 2:49 – 2:50 and 7:103 – 7:136. 

The story of Prophet Moses Musa at Mount Sinai Horeb in the Sinai Peninsula is in Quran 2:51 – 2:57, 7:137 – 7:156 and 20:85 – 20:98.

Comment 2. See Quran 20:85 – 20:98 comments.


Quran 20:87 Ayah 20:87 They (the Children of Israel) said, "We did not willingly break our promise to you (Prophet Moses Musa), but we were made (by Samiri and his followers to unwillingly break our promise to you and) to carry loads of the ornaments of the people and we threw them (ornaments in a fire to make the idol of the calf) and so did Samiri.


Comment 1. How does the Quran correct the Jewish understanding of Angel Samael Sammael Samil?

Quran 20:85 Ayah 20:85 (Allaah) said, "We (Allaah) have tested your people (with Satan Shaitan) after you (Prophet Moses Musa) departed (from them. Satan Shaitan has been successful), and Samiri (not Angel Samil) has led them (the children of Israel at Mount Sinai Horeb in the Sinai Peninsula) astray."


Note 1. In Quran 20:85 – 20:98 the story of Samiri and the golden calf shows the Jews in Yathrib Arabia that it is not the duty of angels but the duty of Satin Shaitan to test humans by trying to lead them astray away from Allaah and away from righteous behaviour.


Comment 2. See Quran 20:85, 20:88 and 20:96 comments.

See Quran 20:85 – 20:98 comments.


Quran 20:88 Ayah 20:88 Then he (Samiri) brought out (of the fire) for them a calf, a body, which had a lowing (moo) sound (as if it were alive), and they (Samiri and those who believed in idols; Yanus and Yambrus and Michah) said, "This is your god and the god of Prophet Moses Musa, but he (Prophet Moses Musa) forgot (to tell you and he has forgotten about us because he has not returned to us)."


Comment 1. What is a lowing sound?

Hebrew Jewish Bible 1 Samuel 15:14 And Prophet Samuel Shammil said (to King Saul Talut): 'What is this bleating (baaa sound) of the sheep in my ears, and the lowing (moo sound) of the oxen which I hear?' 


1a. The lowing moo sound of the calf is in Jewish rabbinical literature stories from rabbis.

In Pirke de Rabbi Eliezer, Pirkei d'Rebi Eliezer, page 45 (Sanh. 5; Pirḳe R. El. 45); Rabbi Judah (Yehuda, Jehudah) said (Angel) Sammael (Samael, Samil) entered into the (golden) calf and he was lowing (making a moo sound) to mislead (the children of) Israel (to worship the idol of the calf).


Comment 2. Who were the people who believed in idols?

Some of those who fled Egypt were not from the children of Israel.


Torah Exodus 12:37 And the children of Israel journeyed from Rameses to Succoth, about six hundred thousand men on foot, beside children.


Torah Exodus 12:38 And a mixed multitude (of peoples) went up (out of Egypt) also with them (the children of Israel); and flocks, and herds, including a large number of cattle.


2a. Those who believed in the idols are named in the Jewish rabbinical literature of Rabbis.

The Quran is able to combine and correctly explain the Jewish story from rabbis of the Golden Calf and Hashem (Allaah) and Moses Musa and Satan Shaitan and Yanus and Yambrus and Michah and the Children of Israel that appears to be a more recent Jewish story from Rabbis compared to the faulty Jewish story from Rabbis of Angel Samael Sammael Samil and the golden calf.

In the more recent Jewish story from rabbis the two sons of Bilam (Bilaam, Balaam, Balam) were two Egyptian sorcerers (magicians) Yanus and Yambrus whom with the help of Michah (Micha) they made a golden calf idol near Mount Sinai Horeb (Talmud and Midrash, The Book of Sh'mos, The Book of Shmos, p.315-322. Midrash is commentary on the Torah Taurat).


Quran 2:2 Ayah 2:2 This (Quran) is the book of guidance for those (people) who fear and love Allaah.


Quran 2:4 Ayah 2:4 And who believe in that which has been revealed to you (Prophet Muhammad) and that which was revealed before you (to Prophet Moses Musa in the Torah Taurat and to Prophet Jesus Isa in the Gospel Injil and to the other prophets) and firmly believe in the hereafter.


Quran 2:26 Ayah 2:26 From Allaah come stories that give guidance, these are stories about things as small as a mosquito to stories about larger things and those who believe know it is the truth from Allaah but those who have no faith say, “What does Allaah want to teach us in this story?” (Meaning- “What use is there in this story?”) By this He (Allaah) causes many to go on the wrong path and many He (Allaah) guides to the right path. The people who are misled (on the wrong path) are those people who are disobedient to Allaah.


Note 1. There is purpose and wisdom in every story in the Torah Taurat, Gospel Injil and Koran Quran.


2b. Some people have associated Samiri in the Quran to Samarians who lived after the time of Prophet Moses Musa.

In the same way some people might associate Bilam (Balaam) and Michah (Micha) in Jewish rabbinical stories to characters in the Torah Taurat who lived after the time of Prophet Moses Musa.


2c. In Jewish stories from rabbis it is common to use biblical characters in a story from other times in history.

In the same way the Quran brings the Pharaoh Firon, Korah Korach Qarun and Haman Hamaan together in one time and one place to show the consequences of arrogance and to show how arrogance is passed from generation to generation.


The Torah and the Quran name the same Haman because Allaah protects His word. 

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

 

See 1. The Torah, Gospel and Quran united - Part 3. Haman is the same in the Torah and 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 2. Haman in the Koran. 

09 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/haman-in-the-quran 

09A Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/haman-in-the-quran-a

09B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/haman-in-the-quran-aa



Comment 3. Why are Jewish stories from rabbis in the Quran?

Jewish stories from rabbis often use talking animals as characters so as to separate the Torah Taurat of Allaah from human stories that were designed to teach a moral or religious lesson.

Some Jewish stories from rabbis are confirmed by the Quran as being correctly inspired such as Quran 5:32 (see in Quran 20:85 comment 2c) and some other Jewish stories from rabbis that had religious errors are corrected by the Quran such as Quran 2:102 (see in Quran 20:85 comment 2d).

The Quran contains Jewish rabbinical stories from rabbis that were well known by the Jews in Yathrib as a way of showing the Jews that the Quran is the same as the Torah Taurat and the same as the stories with which they were familiar in Jewish rabbinical literature.

In this way the Quran is using stories to tell the Jews in Yathrib Arabia “listen to Me, I am your Allaah, listen to this Quran.”


3a. How does the Quran correct the Jewish understanding of Angel Samael Sammael Samil?

Quran 20:85 Ayah 20:85 (Allaah) said, "We (Allaah) have tested your people (with Satan Shaitan) after you (Prophet Moses Musa) departed (from them. Satan Shaitan has been successful), and Samiri (not Angel Samil) has led them (the children of Israel at Mount Sinai Horeb in the Sinai Peninsula) astray."


Note 1. The story of Samiri shows the Jews in Yathrib, Arabia that it is the function of Satin Shaitan but not the duty of Angels to try and lead humans astray.


Quran 20:87 Ayah 20:87 They (the Children of Israel) said, "We did not willingly break our promise to you (Prophet Moses Musa), but we were made (by Samiri and his followers to unwillingly break our promise to you and) to carry loads of the ornaments of the people and we threw them (ornaments in a fire to make the idol of the calf) and so did Samiri.


Quran 20:88 Ayah 20:88 Then he (Samiri) brought out (of the fire) for them a calf, a body, which had a lowing (moo) sound (as if it were alive), and they (Samiri and those who believed in idols; Yanus and Yambrus and Michah) said, "This is your god and the god of Prophet Moses (Musa), but he (Prophet Moses Musa) forgot (to tell you and he has forgotten about us because he has not returned to us)."


Comment 4. See Quran 20:85, 20:87 and 20:96 comments.

See Quran 20:85 – 20:98 comments.


Quran 20:89 Ayah 20:89 Did they (the children of Israel, the Hebrews) not see that it (the statue of the calf) could not reply one word to them (to answer any question) and that it possessed no power to harm them or to benefit them?

Comment 1. See Quran 20:85 – 20:98 comments.


Quran 20:90 Ayah 20:90 And Prophet Aaron Harun had told them before (the return of Prophet Moses Musa), “My people,  You are being tested (in your belief in Allaah) by this (statue of a calf), Your Lord (Allaah) is the Most Merciful, so follow me and obey my order.”

Comment 1. See Quran 20:85 – 20:98 comments.


Quran 20:91 Ayah 20:91 But they said (to Prophet Aaron Harun), "We shall not stop devoting ourselves to it (the statue of a calf) until Prophet Moses Musa returns to us."

(Comment 1. See Quran 20:85 – 20:98 comments.


Quran 20:92 Ayah 20:92 He (Prophet Moses Musa) said, “Aaron Harun, What prevented you (from correcting the people) when you saw them going astray, – (Continued Quran 20:93).

Comment 1. See Quran 20:85 – 20:98 comments.


Quran 20:93 Ayah 20:93 – that you did not (tell them to) follow me? Did you disobey my order? 

(Comment 1. See Quran 20:85 – 20:98 comments.


Quran 20:94 Ayah 20:94 He (Prophet Aaron Harun) said, “O son of my mother, do not seize me by my beard nor by (the hair on) my head, I feared that you (Prophet Moses Musa) would say, ‘You (Prophet Aaron Harun) have caused division among the Children of Israel and you (Prophet Aaron Harun) did not follow my word (to wait for me Moses Musa to return to you Aaron Harun as I Moses Musa promised I would return after my Moses Musa’s meeting with Allaah on Mount Sinai Horeb).’”

Comment 1. See Quran 7:150 and 20:85 – 20:98 comments.


Quran 20:95 Ayah 20:95 (Prophet Moses Musa) said, “And what do you have to say, Samiri?

(Comment 1. See Quran 20:85, 20:87, 20:88 and 20:96 comments.


Quran 20:96 Ayah 20:96 He (Samiri) replied: "I saw what they (the other people) did not see (which was the arrival of a messenger which Allaah had sent to look at the people of Prophet Moses Musa after Prophet Moses Musa had departed) so I took a handful (of dust) from the footprint of the Messenger (of Allaah, Angel Samael Samil), and threw it (of my own free will onto the fire that contained the ornaments used to make the golden calf) as my mind (through the whispering of Satin Shaitan) suggested to me” (so Samiri chose to do the evil suggestion of Satan Shaitan instead of rejecting that evil suggestion)."


Comment 1. Who is the messenger in the story of Saamari?

Who is the messenger in the story of Samari?

Who is the messenger in the story of Sameri?

Who is the messenger in the story of Samiri?

Who is the messenger in the story of Samirii?

Who is the messenger in the story of Sameri?

Who is the messenger in the story of Samira?

Who is the messenger in the story of Samiriyy?

Who is the messenger in the story of Samri?

Who is the messenger in the story of Samariy?


The messenger in the story of Saamari is Angle Samil Samael Sammael.

The messenger in the story of Samari is Angle Samil Samael Sammael.

The messenger in the story of Sameri is Angle Samil Samael Sammael.

The messenger in the story of Samiri is Angle Samil Samael Sammael.

The messenger in the story of Samirii is Angle Samil Samael Sammael.

The messenger in the story of Sameri is Angle Samil Samael Sammael.

The messenger in the story of Samira is Angle Samil Samael Sammael.

The messenger in the story of Samiriyy is Angle Samil Samael Sammael.

The messenger in the story of Samri is Angle Samil Samael Sammael.

The messenger in the story of Samariy is Angle Samil Samael Sammael.


Comment 2. How does the Quran correct the Jewish understanding of Angel Samael Sammael Samil?

In Pirke de Rabbi Eliezer, Pirkei d'Rebi Eliezer, page 45 (Sanh. 5; Pirḳe R. El. 45); Rabbi Judah (Yehuda, Jehudah) said (Angel) Sammael (Samael, Samil) entered into the (golden) calf and he was lowing (making a moo sound) to mislead (the children of) Israel (to worship the idol of the calf).

Quran 20:96 corrects the religious error in this Jewish story from rabbis by showing that it was the dust in the footprint of Angel Samael Sammael Samil that had been put in the statue of the golden calf and not the Angel. 

In other words the Angel of Allaah was not promoting idol worship.

What the golden calf did was by the permission of Allaah.

What Samiri did was to choose to do the evil suggestion of Satan Shaitan instead of rejecting that evil suggestion.

The Quran corrects this story from rabbis by completely separating Angel Samael Sammael Samil from Satan Shaitan.

In Jewish stories from rabbis Angel Samael Sammael Samil is sometimes used for the name of Satan Shaitan when Angel Samael Sammael Samil appears to want humans to do evil in some Talmud stories from rabbis of Jewish ceremonial law and legend and in some Kabbalah stories from Rabbis which are a Jewish spiritual interpretation of the Torah Taurat.

In other Jewish stories from Rabbis Angel Samael Sammael Samil is the Angel of Death (Holy Kabbalah, Arthur Edward Waite, 255).

The Quran shows the Jews in Yathrib Arabia how to correctly understand this Jewish story from Rabbis.

The Quran inspires the correct understanding of a faulty Jewish story from Rabbis which had confused truth with falsehood.


(Comment 3. See Quran 20:85, 20:87 and 20:88 comments.


Quran 20:97 Ayah 20:97 (Prophet Moses Musa) said, "Go away (Samiri), and your punishment in this life shall be to say (to anyone you see), ‘have no contact with me’ and (in the Hereafter) you have a promise (of Allaah’s judgement for what you did) that shall not fail (to be fulfilled), Now look at your god (the golden calf idol) to whom you have become a devoted worshipper; we (Prophet Moses Musa) shall burn it (the golden calf idol) and scatter the ashes in the sea."


Comment 1. In Quran 20:97 Samiri represents a warning to the stone idol worshippers (in Mecca Arabia today in Makkah Saudi Arabia) that life in this world for stone idol worshippers is the worst life (a life that is like having no contact with any human as a reminder that every human will enter the hereafter alone) and Allaah has promised a severe punishment to the stone idol worshippers in the hereafter where they shall loose the mercy of Allaah.

Quran 17:60 Ayah 17:60 “.... We (Allaah) warn (people to do what is good and avoid what is evil) and make them afraid (of Allaah 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 Allaah (and the commandment to do what is good and avoid what is evil). 


Comment 2. Samiri is an important name because it makes clear to the Jews in Yathrib Arabia the difference between humans and angels and Satan Shaitan which are confused in the Jewish story from Rabbis of the golden calf and Angel Samil Sammael Samael.

In Quran 20:97 Samiri is the correction to a Jewish story from Rabbis where Samiri represents a human servant of Allaah who has free will to accept evil or reject evil.

Satan Shaitan represents an unwilling servant of Allaah because Satan Shaitan always encourages evil.

All angels represent willing servants of Allaah because Angels always willingly do what Allaah has commanded.


Quran 20:98 Ayah 20:98 Your Allaah is the only Allaah. There is no other Allaah but Him. His (Allaah’s) knowledge embraces all things.


Comment 1. Quran 20:98 is the final lesson in the story of Samiri showing that humans and angels and Satan Shaitan are all willing or unwilling servants of Allaah.

Quran 19:93 Ayah 19:93 There is no one in the heavens and the earth who does not come to the Most Merciful (Allaah) except as a servant.


Comment 2. Quran 20:98 is a reminder that the Torah Taurat and Gospel Injil and Koran Quran) are guidance for good human behaviour.


3200 years ago the Torah Taurat and Prophet Moses Musa warned against the evil of idol worship and human sacrifice which existed in the world and offered an alternate view of a life that is righteous.


3000 years ago the Psalms Zabur and Prophet David Dawud warned against the evil of idol worship and human sacrifice which existed in the world and offered an alternate view of a life that is righteous.


2000 years ago the Gospel Injil and Prophet Jesus Isa warned against the evil of idol worship and human sacrifice which existed in the world and offered an alternate view of a life that is righteous by confirming the truth of the Torah Taurat.


1400 years ago some stone idol worshippers in Mecca Arabia buried their unwanted female babies alive as human sacrifices to their stone idols and the Koran Quran and Prophet Muhammad warned against the evil of idol worship and human sacrifice which existed in the world and offered an alternate view of a life that is righteous by confirming the truth of both the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil.

Quran 17:60 Ayah 17:60 “.... We (Allaah) warn (people to do what is good and avoid what is evil) and make them afraid (of Allaah 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 Allaah (and the commandment to do what is good and avoid what is evil). 


Quran 5:68 Ayah 5:68 Say (Prophet Muhammad to the Jews of Yathrib in Arabia today in Medina, Saudi Arabia and to the Christians), O People of the Scripture (Jews and Christians), You have nothing (no guidance, no religion) until you observe the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and what was revealed to you from your Lord (Allaah).” ….”

Note 1. In the Quran Allaah has confirmed that both the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil are correct because the word of Allaah is protected by Allaah.


Quran 6:115 Ayah 6:115 The Word of your Lord (Allaah) is perfect in truth and justice and there is nobody that can change His (Allaah’s) words. He (Allaah) hears and knows (all things).

Note 1. In the Quran Allaah has confirmed that both the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil are correct.

 

Quran 29:46 Ayah 29:46 And do not argue with the People of the Scripture (the Jews and the Christians) except in the best way (by using good words and in a good manner), except with those of them that are wrongdoers. And say, “We (Muslims) believe in what has been revealed to us (Muslims in the Quran) and revealed to you (the Jews in your Torah Taurat and the Christians in your Gospel Injil). Our (Muslim) Allaah and your (Jewish and Christian) Allaah is (the same) one (Allaah) and to Him (Allaah, the creator of every creation) we have submitted (ourselves as believers in Him the one and only Allaah).”

Note 1. In the Koran Quran Allaah has confirmed that both the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil are correct because Allaah confirms Allaah revealed them.


Quran 30:30 Ayah 30:30 So direct yourself (Prophet Muhammad) towards the religion (the belief in one creator) for which He (Allaah who is the one and only creator) has created (religion for) humans. No one can alter what Allaah has created (in religion, in the Torah Taurat, the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran)That is the right religion (belief), but most people do not know (this).

Note 1. In the Koran Quran Allaah has confirmed that both the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil are correct because Allaah confirms Allaah revealed them.


Quran 61:8 Ayah 61:8 They (the people who do wrong) wish to extinguish the light of Allaah (in the Torah Taurat, Gospel Injil and Koran Quran) with their mouths (by saying things about Allaah that are not true) but Allaah shall perfect His (Allaah’s) light (of guidance in the Koran Quran) no matter how much the disbelievers (who worship stone statues in Mecca, Arabia today in Makkah Saudi Arabia) dislike it.


The story of Samiri and the calf.

In the Quran Allaah showed the Jews in Yathrib the correct way to tell the story of Samiri and the calf which had faults in the way it was told by the rabbis in Yathrib Arabia.

Jews today have understood the correction to this story.

The latest version of this story by a rabbi is directed to Jews and Christians and Muslims as a moral lesson to humankind and shows how each generation retells stories as guidance to the people of their time.

See 1. The story of As-Samiri and the golden calf told by a rabbi who has been guided by the corrections to this story in the Quran.

http://www.rabbimaller.com/judaism-and-islam/assamiri-and-golden-calf 




Quran 20:99 Ayah 20:99 Thus We (Allaah) relate to you (Prophet Muhammad) some news that happened in the past and We (Allaah) have given you a message (the Quran) from Us (Allaah).


Quran 20:100 Ayah 20:100 Whoever turns away from it (the Quran), they shall bear a burden (for rejecting the guidance of Allaah to do good and reject evil) on the Day of Resurrection (in the hereafter),


Quran 20:101 Ayah 20:101 Living forever in it (Hell Jahannam as) an evil burden for them (the wrong doers) on the Day of Resurrection,


Quran 20:102 Ayah 20:102 The day (of Resurrection) when the trumpet is blown (a second time), on that day We (Allaah) shall gather (together) the wrongdoers, blue-eyed (zurqa, zur’qan, blue-eyed means diseased eye, glaucoma meaning blue, green, or gray is a disease of the eye causing blindness).

Comment 1. See Quran 20:102 – 20:103 and Quran 20:124 – 20:127. 

Quran 17:72 describes people who obey the evil whisperings of Satan Shaitan inside the human mind.

Quran 17:72 Ayah 17:72 And those who are blind (to Allaah such as the stone idol worshippers in Makkah and those who have a false belief in Allaah because they do no good deeds) in this world (in Quran 2:62, Quran 5:69, Quran 6:158 and Quran 41:8) shall be (resurrected) blind (for as long as Allaah has decreed) in the hereafter (in Quran 20:102 – 20:103 and Quran 20:124 – 20:127and (in this world they shall be) more misguided from the path (of Allaah if they continue to follow the misguidance whispered by Satan Shaitan who has a false belief in Allaah because Satan Shaitan does no good deeds in this world).


Comment 2. The eye sight of the wrong doer can be returned to normal when Allaah wills.

Quran 50:22 Ayah 50:22 (And to the disbelievers, it shall be said), “You did not heed this (your Day of Judgement). Now We (the Angels by Allaah’s command) have removed your covering (from your eyes, ears and heart) so that you can clearly see (and understand) this day (your Day of Judgement).


Quran 20:103 Ayah 20:103 (And on the Day of Resurrection the blue-eyed wrong doers meaning those who have been resurrected with glaucoma meaning blue, green, or gray which is a disease of the eye causing blindness shall be) whispering among themselves (asking how long did we sleep in death before we woke up in the hereafter and they shall say to each other)“You have stayed (sleeping in death on the Earth before we were resurrected on a new earth, a new ground, a new land in the hereafter for what feels like maybe) ten (hours but we are not sure. Ask those who know how to keep count of time).”


Comment 1. Why does ten mean ten hours? 

The period of time between death on the earth and resurrection in the hereafter on a new earth will feel like a very short time for every human both the righteous and the wrong doer.

This is why it is said that the Day of Resurrection is near for every human in every generation.

Quran 20:104, Quran 23:113, Quran 30:55 and Quran 79:46 show that no one on the Day of Resurrection will say that the time between death and resurrection feels like more than one day instead every human on the Day of Resurrection will say that the time between death and resurrection feels like only part of one day (Quran 23:113) or like only one evening (Quran 79:46) or like only one morning (Quran 79:46) or like only one hour (Quran 30:55) or like only ten hours (Quran 20:103). 


Quran 23:113 Ayah 23:113 (On the Day of Resurrection) they (the evil doers) shall say, “(It feels like) we stayed a day or part of a day (sleeping in death on the Earth before we were resurrected on a new earth, a new ground, a new land in the hereafter) but (we are not sure of the number of years that we were on the Earth between the time of our death and the Day of Resurrection so) ask those who (know how to) keep count (of time).” 


Quran 30:55 Ayah 30:55 And on the day when the Hour (of Resurrection) comes the wrong doers shall swear (in the Hereafter) that they only stayed (sleeping in death) for an hour (meaning only one hour had passed since they had died on the Earth), showing how wrong they were (because the time between death and resurrection only feels like an hour or part of a day). 


Quran 79:46 Ayah 79:46 On the day they see it (the Day of Resurrection), it shall be as if they (each human) had not stayed (sleeping in death) except for an evening or a morning. 


1a. Ten hours in Quran 20:103 is confirmed in the next verse Quran 20:104.

Quran 20:104 Ayah 20:104 We (Allaah) know very well what they (the people) shall say, when the best of them in behaviour shall say (to the others, that Quran 2:259, Quran 7:187, Quran 18:19, Quran 18:21, Quran 20:103, Quran 20:104, Quran 23:113, Quran 30:55, Quran 46:35 and Quran 79:46 said the truth that on the Day of Resurrection every human both the righteous and the wrong doer will swear that it feels like), "You did not stay for more than one day (sleeping in death on the Earth before you were resurrected on a new earth, a new ground, a new land in the hereafter)." 


Comment 2. The meaning of Quran 2:259, Quran 7:187, Quran 18:19, Quran 18:21, Quran 20:103, Quran 20:104, Quran 23:113, Quran 30:55, Quran 46:35 and Quran 79:46 is explained in the story of the seven sleepers in the cave in Turkey who wake up after 309 years showing that 309 years of sleeping in death feels like sleeping for only one day or part of one day.

The story of the seven sleepers in the cave starts after Quran 18:8 where the Earth is destroyed. 

The story of the seven sleepers describes Quran 20:103, Quran 20:104, Quran 23:113, Quran 30:55 and Quran 79:46 where the time between death on the earth and the Day of Resurrection will feel like nothing but a short sleep. 

The story ends in Quran 18:21 saying that the purpose of the story of the seven sleepers in the cave is to show that there is no doubt about the coming of the hour of the Day of Resurrection in the hereafter on a new earth, a new land, a new ground. 


Quran 18:19 Ayah 18:19 And then We (Allaah) awakened them (from their sleep) to ask each other a question. One said, "How long have we stayed (here sleeping)?" They said, "We have stayed (maybe) a day or part of a day but only Our Lord (Allaah) knows how long we have stayed (here).” One of you go with this money to the town and find some good food to bring back (to the cave). Be careful and do not arouse any suspicion about you (in the town because we are still hiding from our people in this cave). 


Quran 18:21 Ayah 18:21 And We (Allaah) caused them to be found so that they (who found them), would know that the promise of Allaah is true and that there is no doubt about (the reality of) the Hour (of the Day of Resurrection in the hereafter on a new earth, a new land, a new ground). 


2a. What does Allaah teach us about the grave? 

The cave of the seven sleepers represents the grave.

The Day of Resurrection is represented by the seven sleepers waking up after 309 years of sleeping.

The story of the seven sleepers in the cave starts after Quran 18:8 where the Earth is destroyed and shows what happens between the time of death on the earth and the time of resurrection on a new earth in the hereafter. 

The story of the seven sleepers describes what happens in the grave and what people will say about the grave on the Day of Resurrection when every human both the wicked and the righteous will say that the time between death and resurrection feels like nothing but sleeping for only part of one day in Quran 23:113 or like only sleeping for one evening in Quran 79:46 or like only sleeping for one morning in Quran 79:46 or like only sleeping for one hour in Quran 30:55 or like only sleeping for ten hours in Quran 20:103. 

The story ends in Quran 18:21 saying that the purpose of the story of the seven sleepers in the cave is to show that there is no doubt about the coming of the hour of the Day of Resurrection.

This story also explains why the Day of Resurrection is near for every human in every generation.


Comment 3. The meaning of Quran 20:103, Quran 20:104, Quran 23:113, Quran 30:55 and Quran 79:46 is explained in the story of Prophet Ezra Uzair who died for one hundred years near Jerusalem Al-Quds and was resurrected to show that 100 years of sleeping in death feels like sleeping for only one day or part of one day.

Quran 2:259 Ayah 2:259 "... So Allaah caused him (Prophet Ezra Uzair) to die for a hundred years and then raised him to life and (an angel of Allaah) asked him, "How long did you remain (dead)?" He (Prophet Ezra Uzair) said "I remained (dead) a day or part of a day". (The angel) said, "No, you have been dead for a hundred years..." 


Comment 4. Punishment in the grave contradicts what God teaches 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 Allaah judges by the words in the protected Quran. 
On the Day of Judgement 
Allaah does not judge by the words in unprotected human hadith stories. 
The Quran is the protected word of 
Allaah including the protected words of Prophet Muhammad. 
See: Hadith punishment in the grave. Hadith torture in the grave. Hadith torment of the grave.

287 god/verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/hadith-punishment-in-the-grave

287a allah/verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/hadith-torture-in-the-grave

287b allah/ayah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/hadith-torment-of-the-grave

287c allaah/verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/hadith-adhab-al-qabar

287d allaah/ayah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/hadith-azab-e-qabar 


Comment 5. See Quran 20:102 – 20:103 and Quran 20:124 – 20:127. 

Comment 6. The eye sight of the wrong doer can be returned to normal when Allaah wills.


Quran 20:104 Ayah 20:104 We (Allaah) know very well what they (the people) shall say, when the best of them in behaviour shall say (to the others, that Quran 2:259, Quran 7:187, Quran 18:19, Quran 18:21, Quran 20:103, Quran 20:104, Quran 23:113, Quran 30:55, Quran 46:35 and Quran 79:46 said the truth that on the Day of Resurrection every human both the righteous and the wrong doer will swear that it feels like), "You did not stay for more than one day (sleeping in death on the Earth before you were resurrected on a new earth, a new ground, a new land in the hereafter)." 


Comment 1. How will the human who is best in behaviour know on the Day of Resurrection that the time between death and the Day of Resurrection will feel like no more than one day of sleep for every human both the righteous and the wrong doer? 

Those who are best in behaviour will remember on the Day of Resurrection that Allaah taught humans that the time between death and the Day of Resurrection will feel like no more than one day of sleep for every human both the righteous and the wrong doer in Quran 2:259, Quran 7:187, Quran 18:19, Quran 18:21, Quran 20:103, Quran 20:104, Quran 23:113, Quran 30:55, Quran 46:35 and Quran 79:46.


Quran 20:104 Ayah 20:104 We (Allaah) know very well what they (the people) shall say, when the best of them in behaviour shall say (to the others, that Quran 2:259, Quran 7:187, Quran 18:19, Quran 18:21, Quran 20:103, Quran 20:104, Quran 23:113, Quran 30:55, Quran 46:35 and Quran 79:46 said the truth that on the Day of Resurrection every human both the righteous and the wrong doer will swear that it feels like), "You did not stay for more than one day (sleeping in death on the Earth before you were resurrected on a new earth, a new ground, a new land in the hereafter)." 


Quran 20:105 Ayah 20:105 They (the people) shall ask you (Prophet Muhammad) about the mountains (on the day of Resurrection). Say, “My Lord (Allaah) shall break them into scattered dust.”


Quran 20:106 Ayah 20:106 And leave it (the ground of a new creation in the hereafter) as a level plain,


Quran 20:107 Ayah 20:107 Where (on the ground of a new creation in the hereafter) you shall see no depression or elevation on it.


Quran 20:108 Ayah 20:108 On that day (the Day of Resurrection and Judgement) they (everyone) shall follow (the voice of) the caller (of Allaah’s command), with no one deviating (from Allaah’s command) and all voices shall stop in front of the Most Merciful (Allaah) and nothing shall you hear except the whisper of their (the peoples) footsteps.


Quran 20:109 Ayah 20:109 On that day (the Day of Judgement) there shall be no intercession except by him to whom the Most Merciful (Allaah) has given permission and whose word He (Allaah) has permitted (to be spoken).


Quran 20:110 Ayah 20:110 He (Allaah) knows what is before them (the present) and what shall be after them (the future) but they (the people) do not encompass it (meaning, they do not know what Allaah knows) in knowledge.

Comment 1. Allaah knows all the past, all the present and all the future which is beyond the ability of humans.


Quran 20:111 Ayah 20:111 And (all) faces shall humble themselves before the Ever-Living (Allaah), the Eternal Sustainer of existence (Allaah). And the person who bears (a burden of) wrongdoing (to Allaah or to Allaah’s creation) is a failure (on the Day of Judgement because they shall have lost the mercy of Allaah).


Quran 20:112 Ayah 20:112 But the person who does righteous deeds while they are a believer (in Allaah), shall have (within their heart) no fear of injustice (in the Hereafter from Allaah’s judgement) nor of any curtailment (in their reward in the Hereafter from Allaah).


Quran 20:113 Ayah 20:113 And so We (Allaah) have sent it (Allaah’s revelation to humankind) down as a Quran in Arabic and have explained the warnings in order that they (the people) may fear Allaah (by avoiding wrongdoing) and so that they may remember (Allaah and the lessons revealed by Allaah).


Quran 20:114 Ayah 20:114 Allaah is high above all things, the Ruler (and the creator of creation) and the Truth (to all knowledge). (Prophet Muhammad) do not be in a hurry with the Quran before its revelation to you is completed, and say, "My Lord, Increase my knowledge."


Comment 1. The importance of knowledge in Islam.

Quran 20:114 is an order from Allaah for humans to increase their knowledge.


1a. Why does Allaah command humans to increase their knowledge?

Allaah orders humans to travel and to think about the creation. This brings knowledge if Allaah wills.

In the sight of Allaah the saving of one human life is equal to saving all of humankind (Quran 5:32). Knowledge can save the life of humans if Allaah wills.

Allaah has ordered humans to travel in space when they have the knowledge to do it (Quran 55:33). Allaah orders humans to travel in space to think about the creation. This brings knowledge if Allaah wills.


Quran 20:115 Ayah 20:115 And We (Allaah) took a promise from Adam before, but he forgot (to keep his promise to obey Allaah because he obeyed Satan Shaitan instead, so Adam was sent out of heaven to Earth) and We (Allaah) did not find in him (Adam) a determination (to reject Satan Shaitan when Adam was in heaven).


Comment 1. Prophet Adam was trained in heaven under the guidance of Allaah and given knowledge in dealing with the consequences of good and evil that Prophet Adam would need to know before Prophet Adam was put on the earth.

Adam is the first Prophet of Allaah and the first human forgiven by Allaah in Quran 20:122 for the great sin of obeying Satan Shaitan in Quran 20:121 instead of obeying Allaah.


Quran 20:116 Ayah 20:116 When We (Allaah) said to the angels, “Bow down (in prostration) in front of Adam”, they all prostrated except Iblis who refused.


Comment 1. The Angels who would serve humans on the Earth were taught to respect humans by bowing down to Adam who was the first human.


Quran 20:117 Ayah 20:117 We (Allaah) said, "O Adam, This (jinn named Iblis later called Satan Shaitan) is an enemy to you and to your wife (Eve Hawa). So do not let him (Iblis) remove you out of Paradise so that you suffer.


Quran 20:118 Ayah 20:118 It is (a promise) that you (the righteous among humans, in the Hereafter) shall not be hungry there (in Paradise) nor unclothed,


Quran 20:119 Ayah 20:119 And you shall not be thirsty there (in Paradise in the Hereafter) nor exposed to the heat of the Sun (on the Day of Resurrection in a new creation in the hereafter).


Quran 20:120 Ayah 20:120 Shaitan Satan whispered to him, saying, "O Adam, Shall I guide you to the tree of everlasting life (immortality) and (therefore to) a kingdom that shall never decay?"


Quran 20:121 Ayah 20:121 And (when) they (Adam and Eve Hawa) both ate from the tree they became aware of their nakedness and they began to stick the leaves from the Garden of Paradise on themselves for their covering (using leaves as cloths). And so Adam disobeyed his Lord (Allaah) and went astray (by following Satan Shaitan after Allaah had warned Adam that Satan Shaitan was his and his wife’s enemy).


Quran 20:122 Ayah 20:122 But his Lord (Allaah) chose him (Prophet Adam for Allaah’s mercy) and He (Allaah) turned to him in forgiveness and gave him guidance.


Comment 1. Adam is the first prophet of Allaah.

Every prophet of Allaah has sinned because every prophet of Allaah is human.

Allaah forgave Adam.

Allaah gave Adam guidance to correctly lead the first humans on the Earth.


Quran 20:123 Ayah 20:123 He (Allaah) said (to Prophet Adam and Eve Hawa), “Go down (from Paradise to Earth) both of you, in (your descendants) some of you are an enemy to some others. But when there comes to you from Me (Allaah) guidance, then whoever follows My (Allaah’s) guidance shall not go astray nor come to grief (in the hereafter, See Quran 20:118 and Quran 20:119).


Comment 1. Allaah’s promise to those who follow Allaah’s guidance. 

See Quran 20:118 and Quran 20:119.


Quran 20:124 Ayah 20:124 "But whosoever turns away from remembrance of Me (Allaah) then for that person there is a life straitened (meaning narrow in worldly purpose in Quran 20:131 because they are blind to the existence of Allaah) and We (Allaah) shall raise them up (from death back to life) on the Day of Resurrection, blind." – (Continued Quran 20:125).

Comment 1. See Quran 20:102 – 20:103 and Quran 20:124 – 20:127. 

Quran 17:72 describes people who obey the evil whisperings of Satan Shaitan inside the human mind.

Quran 17:72 Ayah 17:72 And those who are blind (to Allaah such as the stone idol worshippers in Makkah and those who have a false belief in Allaah because they do no good deeds) in this world (in Quran 2:62, Quran 5:69, Quran 6:158 and Quran 41:8) shall be (resurrected) blind (for as long as Allaah has decreed) in the hereafter (in Quran 20:102 – 20:103 and Quran 20:124 – 20:127and (in this world they shall be) more misguided from the path (of Allaah if they continue to follow the misguidance whispered by Satan Shaitan who has a false belief in Allaah because Satan Shaitan does no good deeds in this world).


Comment 2. The eye sight of the wrong doer can be returned to normal when Allaah wills.

Quran 50:22 Ayah 50:22 (And to the disbelievers, it shall be said), “You did not heed this (your Day of Judgement). Now We (the Angels by Allaah’s command) have removed your covering (from your eyes, ears and heart) so that you can clearly see (and understand) this day (your Day of Judgement).


Quran 20:125 Ayah 20:125 – He shall say, "My Lord (Allaah) Why have You (Allaah) raised me up (from death to life) blind, when (before I died) I had sight?" – (Continued Quran 20:126).

Comment 1. See Quran 20:102 – 20:103 and Quran 20:124 – 20:127. 

Comment 2. The eye sight of the wrong doer can be returned to normal when Allaah wills.


Quran 20:126 Ayah 20:126 – (Allaah) shall say, "When Our (Allaah’s) revelations came to you, you forgot (disregarded) them and so on this day (the Day of Resurrection) you shall be forgotten (disregarded)." – (Continued Quran 20:127).

Comment 1. See Quran 20:102 – 20:103 and Quran 20:124 – 20:127. 

Comment 2. The eye sight of the wrong doer can be returned to normal when Allaah wills.


Quran 20:127 Ayah 20:127 – And that is how We (Allaah) reward the wrongdoers who did not believe in the revelations of the Lord (Allaah, to do what was good and just and reject what was evil and unjust). The punishment of the Hereafter is more severe and more lasting (than in this world).

Comment 1. See Quran 20:102 – 20:103 and Quran 20:124 – 20:127. 

Comment 2. The eye sight of the wrong doer can be returned to normal when Allaah wills.


Quran 20:128 Ayah 20:128 Is it not clear how many generations We (Allaah) have destroyed before them (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca Arabia today Makkah Saudi Arabia), when they (the people) walk through (ancient) dwellings? In this are signs for people who have understanding.


Quran 20:129 Ayah 20:129 Had it not been for a Word (Allaah’s decree to defer judgement until the Day of Resurrection) that had already been sent out from your Lord (Allaah), (the punishment to the stone idol worshippers of Mecca Makkah Arabia) would certainly have already come but there is a specific time (for which the Day of Judgement has been decreed by Allaah).


Comment 1. Quran 10:19 Ayah 10:19 Humans were one community (one religion) but (later) they differed and had it not been for a Word (Allaah’s plan to defer judgement until the Day of Resurrection) that had already gone out from your Lord (Allaah) then the matter over which they differed (about the question of proving the existence of Allaah and the hereafter) would have immediately been decided (with an immediate judgement and punishment of the disbelievers).


Comment 2. Why is the life of a disbeliever very important?

Allaah gives every human a life time to discover the meaning of life.

The life of a disbeliever is very important because the disbeliever is given a life time to discover the purpose of life.

Allaah forgives every sin including the sin of idol worship if humans ask for Allaah’s forgiveness.

In Islam this life is very important because this life determines what shall happen in the hereafter.


2a. The life of a disbeliever is very important because while they have life they have the chance to find correct guidance.

Quran 5:8 Ayah 5:8 “... do not let (your) hatred of a people make you act unjustly. Act justly, that is nearer to righteousness and fear Allaah. Allaah is aware of what you do.”

Quran 8:32 Ayah 8:32 And they (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca Makkah) said, “O Allaah, If this is the truth from you then rain down stones on us or bring on us some painful punishment.”

Quran 8:33 Ayah 8:33 But Allaah would not punish them (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca Makkah) while you (Prophet Muhammad) were with them, nor shall He (Allaah) punish them while they (might) seek forgiveness.


2b. Forgive disbelievers in this life like you want Allaah to forgive you in the next life.

Quran 45:14 Ayah 45:14 Say (Prophet Muhammad) to those who believe (in Allaah that) they (should) forgive those who do not expect the Days of Allaah (in the hereafter, meaning forgive the disbelievers, forgive the non believers, forgive the stone idol worshippers in Mecca, forgive the people who do not believe in Allaah) so that He (Allaah) may reward (the righteous) people for what they earn (in reward for the hereafter by obeying Allaah’s command that the people who believe in Allaah should forgive the people who do not believe in Allaah so that you forgive the disbelievers in your life in the same way that you wish Allaah to forgive you in the next life in the hereafter).

Note 1. Allaah is the most merciful and the most forgiving.

Note 2. Allaah teaches humans to follow the example of Allaah to be merciful and forgiving.
Allaah teaches humans to follow the way of Allaah to be merciful and forgiving.
Allaah teaches humans to follow the path of Allaah to be merciful and forgiving.
Allaah teaches humans to follow the cause of Allaah to be merciful and forgiving.
Note 3. Forgive disbelieves in this world just as you would like Allaah to forgive you in the next world (the hereafter).

Note 4. Ayahs that Allaah revealed in the Quran during a time of war with stone idol worshippers in Mecca Arabia today Makkah Saudi Arabia do not cancel the revelations Allaah revealed earlier in the Quran just as the verses that Allaah revealed in the Torah Taurat during a time of war with stone idol worshippers in Canaan today Israel and Palestine do not cancel the revelations Allaah revealed earlier in the Torah Taurat.

All of Allaah’s verses carry a message of wisdom for humankind.

Some verses give guidance in times of war and other verses give guidance in times of peace.

The correct interpretation of each verse in the Books of Allaah gives knowledge and wisdom and guidance to whoever Allaah wills.


Quran 20:130 Ayah 20:130 So (Prophet Muhammad forgive the stone idol worshippers in Makkah in Quran 45:14 as you wish Allaah to forgive you and) be patient over what they say (in insults and ridicule and in their disbelief) and glorify with praise of your Lord (Allaah with prayer) before the rising of the sun (Fajr prayer before sunrise) and before its setting (Asr afternoon prayer); and from the hours of the night (Isha night prayer), and glorify (Allaah with prayer at the two) ends (two edges, two extremes) of the day (Zuhr midday prayer after the sun is at maximum and Magrib prayer after the sun is at minimum) so that you may be satisfied (in the hereafter).

Comment 1. Muslims pray five times a day as a reminder to do good and avoid evil. 

One example might be:

The Fajr prayer before sunrise 5 am.

The Zuhr prayer after the midday sun 12.30 pm.

The Asr prayer near 3.30 pm.

The Maghrib prayer after sunset 6 pm.

The Isha prayer near 7.30 pm. 

Comment 2. Five prayer times in Islam are in Quran 20:130.

Muslims are required to pray 5 times each day in Quran 20:130.
Also see Quran 11:114, 17:78, 17:79, 30:17 and 30:18.


Quran 20:131 Ayah 20:131 And (Prophet