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21b. Al Quran surah 21. Psalm 37 The righteous shall inherit the land.

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                                                                12 March 2014 (1435 AH).

 

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Al Quran surah 21.

 

Psalm 37 “The meek shall inherit the earth.”

See Quran 21:105

 

Who is the daughter of Allaah?

Who is the son of Allaah?

Who is the wife of Allaah?

See Quran 21:26 comments.

 

Allaah shows which Jews believe the word of humans more than the word of Allaah.

Allaah shows which Christians believe the word of humans more than the word of Allaah.

Allaah shows which Muslims believe the word of humans more than the word of Allaah.

See Quran 21:45 Comments

 

Where did the children of Israel live before they were slaves in Egypt? 

See Quran 21:71 Comments Part A.

 

Where did the children of Israel live after Prophet Moses (Musa) lead them out of Egypt? 

See Quran 21:71 Comments Part B.

 

Allaah confirms the location of the blessed land around Jerusalem ((Al-Quds), today Palestine and Israel) and Mecca ((Makkah), Arabia, today Saudi Arabia).

See Quran 21:71 Comments Part C.

 

Why does Allaah mention Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) and his descendants in the story of the sacrifice and not Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) and his descendants in Quran chapter 37?

See Quran 21:71 comments.

 

Allaah did not order the killing of homosexual men and women in Islam 21:74 comment.

Did Allaah order the killing of homosexual men and women in Islam? 21:74 comment.

See Quran 21:74 comments.

 

Talking animals in the Quran.

Jewish hadith in the Quran.

See Quran 21:82

 

Allaah, judge if Prophet Muhammad speaks the truth about You (Allaah).

See Quran 21:112

 

Information: Al Quran surah 21.

Order of Revelation: 73 (1 is the first revelation and 114 is the last revelation).

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

Number of Ayats: 112 ayat.

 

Al Quran.

Surah 21. 

Al-Anbiya (The Prophets).

Arabic interpretations of the Quran.

 

 

Al Quran Surah 21 Al-Anbiya (Al-Ambiya, Al-Anbiya', Al-Anbya', A'mbiya, The Prophets) in Arabic. 

 

Surah : Ayah.

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

 

 

 

Quran 21:0 Ayah 21:0 In the name of Allaah, The Most Kind, The Most Merciful.

 

Quran 21:1 Ayah 21:1 The time for people to account (for their deeds) comes closer while they (the stone idol worshippers of Mecca (Makkah), Arabia, today Saudi Arabia) turn away (from the signs of Allaah) taking no notice (of warnings to do good and avoid evil).

 

Quran 21:2 Ayah 21:2 A new revelation (a new chapter of the Quran) comes to them (the stone idol worshippers of Mecca (Makkah), Arabia) for the first time but as they listen they ridicule it.

 

Quran 21:3 Ayah 21:3 With their hearts distracted (in evil deeds) the wrongdoers talk (among themselves) in private saying, “Is this (Prophet Muhammad) anyone other than a human like you? Shall you then be persuaded by magic (that is a fraud, deceit) when you are aware of it (meaning, when you know Prophet Muhammad is a human with magic (that is a fraud, deceit) shall you be persuaded that he is anything more than that)?

 

Quran 21:4 Ayah 21:4 (How does Prophet Muhammad know what we said in private?). He (Prophet Muhammad) said, “My Lord (Allaah) knows what is spoken in the heaven and the earth. He is the Hearer, the Knower (of everything).”

 

Quran 21:5 Ayah 21:5No”, they (the stone idol worshippers of Mecca (Makkah), Arabia)) say, “(the revelations of the Quran are only) confused dreams; he (Prophet Muhammad) has invented it; he is only a poet. Let him (Prophet Muhammad) bring us a sign like those (Prophets) of the past (who) were sent (by Allaah with signs to prove their truthfulness).”

 

Quran 21:6 Ayah 21:6 Of those towns which We (Allaah) destroyed before them (the stone idol worshippers of Mecca (Makkah), Arabia), none of them (people in those destroyed towns) believed (even though Allaah had sent them signs). So would they (the stone idol worshippers of Mecca (Makkah), Arabia) then (really) believe (when they are shown signs from Allaah)?

 

Quran 21:7 Ayah 21:7 And We (Allaah) did not send before you (Prophet Muhammad) anyone except humans whom We (Allaah) inspired (with the message of Allaah), so ask the people of the message of Allaah (the Jews with Allaah’s Torah (Taurat) and the Christians with Allaah’s Gospel (Injil)) if you do not know (that Allaah is the one who has inspired humans throughout history).

 

(Comment 1. Allaah protects His Quran, His Torah (Tawrah, Tawrat, Taurat, Tavrat) and His Gospel (Injil, Injeel, Enjil, Enjeel, Al-Enjeel). 
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.

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

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

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

 

 

Quran 21:8 Ayah 21:8 And We (Allaah) did not give them (the prophets of Allaah) bodies that did not eat food nor were they (the prophets of Allaah) immortals (who would live forever).

 

Quran 21:9 Ayah 21:9 Then (when the prophet passed the message of Allaah to do good and not evil to avoid Allaah’s punishment) We (Allaah) fulfilled the promise to them (in that message) and We (Allaah) save them (who did good) and whom We (Allaah) willed and We (Allaah) destroyed those that disobeyed (Allaah).

(Comment 1. When a prophet delivers the message from Allaah, Allaah then saves those who obey and punishes those who disobey.

Did Allaah save Jesus (Eesa, Esa, Isa, Iesa, Iesus, Yasu, Yeshua)?

Did Jesus (Isa) die on the cross or not?

4 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-4-did-jesus-die-on-the-cross-or-not

4a Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-4-did-isa-die-on-the-cross-or-not 

4b Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-4-did-isa-die-on-the-cross-or-not-a 

 

 

Quran 21:10 Ayah 21:10 Now We (Allaah) have revealed to you a Scripture (the Quran) with the message for you from Allaah. Can you now understand?

 

Quran 21:11 Ayah 21:11 How many communities (that were wrongdoers) have We (Allaah) destroyed and then raised another people after them.

 

Quran 21:12 Ayah 21:12 And, when they (the wrongdoers of the past) felt Our (Allaah’s) punishment, they (tried to) flee from it.

 

Quran 21:13 Ayah 21:13 (But it was said to them), “Do not flee, return to your homes where you live in luxury so that (after Allaah’s punishment on the earth has come then) you may be questioned (in the hereafter regarding your wrongdoing).”

 

Quran 21:14 Ayah 21:14 They cried, “Despair is on us, we were wrongdoers.”

 

Quran 21:15 Ayah 21:15 And that cry of theirs did not ceased until We (Allaah) made them like a harvested (empty) field, extinct (from history).

 

Quran 21:16 Ayah 21:16 We (Allaah) did not create the heavens and the earth and all that is between them in amusement (meaning, for no purpose).

 

Quran 21:17 Ayah 21:17 Had We (Allaah) intended to find a diversion (such as a wife or a son or a daughter) We (Allaah) could have taken it from (what is) with Us (Allaah), if we had intended to do that.

(Comment 1. The error of trinity. 

Like every prophet of Allaah, Prophet Jesus (Isa) said another messenger would come after him in the Gospel of John (Injil of John) 14:16, 15:26, 16:7 – 16:15.

Like Prophet Elijah (Elias) who was raised into heaven in the Torah (Taurat) so too was Prophet Jesus (Isa) raised into heaven in the Gospel (Injil).

The meaning of the son of Allaah in the Torah (Taurat), Gospel (Injil) and the Quran.

02 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/error-of-the-trinity   

02A Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/error-of-the-trinity-a      

02B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/error-of-the-trinity-aa          

 

 

Quran 21:18 Ayah 21:18 No (Allaah has not intended a wife or a son or a daughter for Himself (Allaah)), We (Allaah) put the truth on top of the false, and it (the truth) destroys it (the false) so that it (the falsehood) is removed. And yours shall be despair (in the Hereafter) for that (wife or son or daughter) which you attribute (to Allaah).

(Comment 1. The error of trinity. 

Like every prophet of Allaah, Prophet Jesus (Isa) said another messenger would come after him in the Gospel of John (Injil of John) 14:16, 15:26, 16:7 – 16:15.

Like Prophet Elijah (Elias) who was raised into heaven in the Torah (Taurat) so too was Prophet Jesus (Isa) raised into heaven in the Gospel (Injil).

The meaning of the son of Allaah in the Torah (Taurat), Gospel (Injil) and the Quran.

02 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/error-of-the-trinity   

02A Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/error-of-the-trinity-a      

02B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/error-of-the-trinity-aa          

 

 

Quran 21:19 Ayah 21:19 To Him (Allaah) belongs whoever is in the heavens and the earth. And those near Him (meaning, those that are near Allaah are the angels who) are not prevented by arrogance to worship Him (Allaah), nor do they get tired (in their worship of Allaah).

 

Quran 21:20 Ayah 21:20 They (the angels) praise (Him (Allaah)) night and day (and they) do not stop (praising Allaah).

 

Quran 21:21 Ayah 21:21 Or have they (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia) taken (for worship) gods (who are creations) on the earth (and) who resurrect the dead (so they come back to life)?

 

Quran 21:22 Ayah 21:22 Had there been there (in the heavens and the Earth) more than one god next to Allaah then there would have been disorder. Exalted is Allaah, Lord of the Throne (of authority) who is far above what they attribute (to Allaah when they say he has a wife or a son or a daughter).

(Comment 1. The error of trinity. 

Like every prophet of Allaah, Prophet Jesus (Isa) said another messenger would come after him in the Gospel of John (Injil of John) 14:16, 15:26, 16:7 – 16:15.

Like Prophet Elijah (Elias) who was raised into heaven in the Torah (Taurat) so too was Prophet Jesus (Isa) raised into heaven in the Gospel (Injil).

The meaning of the son of Allaah in the Torah (Taurat), Gospel (Injil) and the Quran.

02 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/error-of-the-trinity   

02A Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/error-of-the-trinity-a      

02B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/error-of-the-trinity-aa          

 

 

Quran 21:23 Ayah 21:23 He (Allaah) is not questioned about what He (Allaah) does, but they (the humans) shall be questioned (in the Hereafter).

 

Quran 21:24 Ayah 21:24 Or have they taken for worship (other) gods besides Him (Allaah)? Say (Prophet Muhammad), "Show your proof (that Allaah allows humans to pray to anyone other than Allaah)" This (the Quran) is the message (from Allaah) for those with me (Prophet Muhammad) and (it is) the (same) message (from Allaah) for those (messengers who came) before me (all the prophets of Allaah before Prophet Muhammad). But most of them do not know the Truth, so they turn away. 

(Comment 1. Allaah challenges humans to “show your proof that Allaah allows humans to pray to anyone other than Allaah”).

(Comment 2. The error of trinity. 

Like every prophet of Allaah, Prophet Jesus (Isa) said another messenger would come after him in the Gospel of John (Injil of John) 14:16, 15:26, 16:7 – 16:15.

Like Prophet Elijah (Elias) who was raised into heaven in the Torah (Taurat) so too was Prophet Jesus (Isa) raised into heaven in the Gospel (Injil).

The meaning of the son of Allaah in the Torah (Taurat), Gospel (Injil) and the Quran.

02 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/error-of-the-trinity   

02A Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/error-of-the-trinity-a      

02B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/error-of-the-trinity-aa          

 

 

Quran 21:25 Ayah 21:25 And We (Allaah) sent no messenger before you (Prophet Muhammad) that We ((Allaah), did not) inspire (by saying to) him (Allaah’s messenger), “There is no god except Me (Allaah), so worship Me (Allaah).

 

(Comment 1. The messenger before Prophet Muhammad was Prophet Jesus (Eesa, Esa, Isa, Iesa, Iesus, Yasu, Yeshua).

Prophet Jesus (Isa) believed that there is no god except Allaah, so worship Allaah.

Prophet Jesus (Isa) prayed to Allaah.

 

(Comment 2. Gospel of John 14:28 You heard how I (Prophet Jesus (Isa)) said to you, I shall go away and come (again) to you. If you loved me you would rejoice because I said, I shall go to the Father (Allaah), for my Father (Allaah) is greater than I (Jesus (Isa)).

 

(Comment 3. In the Gospel of John 14:28  Prophet Jesus (Isa) says that Allaah is greater than Prophet Jesus (Isa) because Prophet Jesus (Isa) is only the messenger of Allaah and Prophet Jesus (Isa) was created by Allaah.

Allaah is greater than Prophet Jesus (Isa) because Prophet Jesus (Isa) is a creation that was created by Allaah. On the Day of Judgement no one shall be able to say that Prophet Jesus (Isa) misled the people to believe that Prophet Jesus (Isa) was Allaah).

 

(Comment 4. Jesus (Isa) is not Allaah.

See Quran 20:133 comments.

20 English https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-20-jesus-is-not-god 

20a Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-20-isa-is-not-allah 

20b Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-20-isa-is-not-allaah 

 

 

 

Quran 21:26 Ayah 21:26 And they (the Jews of Yathrib (Medina, Madinah), Arabia and the Christians) say, “The Most Merciful (Allaah) has a son.” However He (Allaah) is exalted (far above having any need for a son because Allaah already owns everything), No (the Christians and the Jews have made a mistake), they (those whom they call sons such as Jesus (Isa) and Ezra (Uzair)) are honoured servants (of Allaah, they are not Allaah). –(Continued Quran 21:27).

 

(Comment 1 A Jew in Yathrib, Arabia (today Medina, Madinah in Saudi Arabia) who was with a gathering of other Jews said, “Prophet Ezra (Uzair) is the son of Allaah” and he was not corrected by other Jews with him.

“Prophet Ezra (Uzair) is the son of Allaah” was said as a way of rejecting the Jewish need for Prophet Muhammad.

It might be said that the Jew was arguing that since the Christians have a son of Allaah (Prophet Jesus (Isa)) that saves the Christians from Hell fire, then in the same way the Jews have their own son of Allaah (Prophet Ezra (Uzair)) who saves the Jews from Hell Fire.

This is an argument invented by Jews in Yathrib (Medina, Madinah) Arabia in the time that Prophet Muhammad lived in Yathrib (Medina, Madinah) Arabia because Jews elsewhere before that time and after that time have never believed that “Prophet Ezra (Uzair) is the son of Allaah.”

It shows how some of the Jews of Yathrib (Medina, Madinah), Arabia talked in the name of Allaah with disrespect.

Such talk in the ears of the Muslims of Yathrib (Medina, Madinah), Arabia would have sounded the same as the talk of the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia, whom the Muslims were fighting.

The stone idol worshippers of Mecca (Makkah), Arabia similarly said that angels are the daughters of Allaah.

For the Jews to have rejected Prophet Muhammad and speak in the name of Allaah with disrespect would have sounded to the ears of Muslims like the talk of a people that did not believe in Allaah or like the talk of a people who were hypocrites (those that say they believe in Allaah but they do not really believe in Allaah) or of a people who preferred the friendship of stone idol worshippers instead of the friendship of the Muslims who believe in Allaah.

 

(Comment 2. By making Prophet Jesus (Isa) a son of Allaah (instead of a prophet of Allaah) some Christians are idol worshipping because they pray to Prophet Jesus (Isa) as if he is Allaah in a human form whose existence relies on a Trinity. However there is only One Allaah and he is not made of different parts such as 3 parts of a Trinity. Only the creation is made up of parts. Allaah the creator needs no parts for His (Allaah’s) existence).

 

(Comment 3. Allaah created Prophet Jesus (Isa)).

 

(Comment 4. In the Gospel (Injil) Prophet Jesus (Isa) prayed to Allaah).

 

(Comment 5. In the Gospel (Injil) Prophet Jesus (Isa) never said, “Pray to Me).”

 

The “son of Allaah” in the Torah (Taurat).

The “son of Allaah” in Judaism.

 

(Comment 6. How does Allaah use the word “son of Allaah” in the Torah?

What does the son of Allaah mean?

Who is the son of Allaah?

The Son of Allaah in the Torah is a word of honour to those that believe in Allaah.

In the Torah, Allaah said that all the Children of Israel are “His son.”

All the Children of Israel are the son of Allaah).

 

(Comment 7. The word son represents the love between a father and his son. Allaah owns every creation so what is the meaning of “the son of Allaah” in Allaah’s Torah?

Allaah loves the Children of Israel like a father loves a son.

Son means “the grace of the love of Allaah” and son means “the favour of the love of Allaah”

In the Torah (Tawrah, Tawrat, Taurat, Tavrat).

(The Old Bible, The Old Testament, The Jewish Bible, The Torah).

Torah Deuteronomy 7:7 The Lord (Allaah) did not put His (Allaah’s) love on you, nor choose you, because you were greater in number than any (other) people, for you were the fewest of all (other) peoples. – (Continued Deuteronomy 7:8).

Torah Deuteronomy 7:8 – But because the Lord (Allaah) loved you (the children of Israel), and because He (Allaah) would keep the oath that He (Allaah) swore to your fathers…”)

 

(Comment 8. The Torah (Tawrah, Tawrat, Taurat, Tavrat).

(The Old Bible, The Old Testament, The Jewish Bible, The Torah).

Torah Exodus 4:21 And the Lord (Allaah) said to (prophet) Moses (Musa), “When you go back into Egypt make sure you show to the Pharaoh ((Firon) the King of Egypt) all the wonders (miracles) that I have put in your hand (meaning, that I have given to you to show to him as proof that you speak the truth), but I (Allaah) shall harden his (the Pharaoh’s (Firon’s)) heart and he shall not let the people go.

Torah Exodus 4:22 And you (Prophet Moses (Musa)) shall say to Pharaoh (Firon), The Lord (Allaah) says, “Israel is My son, My first born.” (Meaning, the people of Israel are My (Allaah’s) son because they are the people to whom Allaah made a promise to their fathers to support for as long as they worship Allaah).

Torah Exodus 4:23 And I (Allaah) have said to you (Pharaoh (Firon)), Let My son go so that he may serve Me (Allaah) and you (Pharaoh (Firon)) have refused to let him go…”)

 

(Comment 9. In Torah, Exodus 4:22 – 4:23 Allaah said that all the Children of Israel are “His son”).

 

(Comment 10. A father loves His son and a good son is obedient to his father. Allaah uses the word “son” to mean a relationship of love by Allaah the creator for His creation and Allaah uses the word “son” to mean a relationship of obedience through the fear and the love by those who are created to Allaah who is their creator.

 

(Comment 11. The correct understanding on the meaning of the word “son” as used by Allaah allows for the proper understanding in the use of the word “son” by Allaah in the Psalms.

The Torah (Tawrah, Tawrat, Taurat, Tavrat).

(The Old Bible, The Old Testament, The Jewish Bible, The Torah).

The Psalms are songs with musical instruments used in ancient Israel in the time of the prophets and chanted by both the Levites (assistants to the priests) and the people assembled to praise Allaah and comment on the revelations of Allaah and discuss what is right and what is wrong.

This Psalm is directed to the Kings (leaders) and the Judges in the world.

Torah Palms 2:6 Truly I (Allaah) have established My king (the ruler) on Zion, My holy mountain (Zion is in the hills of Jerusalem, known as the city of David, Zion later included the area of the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem and sometimes Zion referred to all of Jerusalem).

Torah Palms 2:7 I shall tell of the decree (from Allaah). The Lord (Allaah) said to me (The King, the ruler), “You are My son, This day I (Allaah) have begotten (meaning given My favour and My blessing to) you.

 

(Comment 12. In Torah, Palms 2:7. Allaah calls the Kings and the Judges that believe in Allaah, My son meaning the Kings and the Judges of the Children of Israel). “You (The Kings and the Judges of the Children of Israel) are My son”

Torah Palms 2:8 Ask of Me (Allaah) and I shall give the nations for your inheritance, and the ends of the earth for your possession. (Meaning that I (Allaah) have blessed you with belief in Allaah so ask me for anything you desire).

Torah Palms 2:10 Now therefore (all) you Kings (rulers on the Earth) be wise (because Allaah holds the power to give and take away Allaah’s grace from you). Be warned (all) you judges on the Earth.

Torah Palms 2:11 Serve the Lord (Allaah) with fear (of punishment if you are unjust). And rejoice with trembling (so as to remember that it is Allaah who gives joy and who gives punishment).

 

The “son of Allaah” in the Gospel (Injil).

The “son of Allaah” in Christianity.

 

(Comment 13. The “son of Allaah” in the Gospel (Injil) is the same as “the son of Allaah” is the Torah (Taurat). The word “son” is used to describe a relationship of fear, love and belief in Allaah and not a relationship where Allaah has a partner, descendent or an off-spring (children).

Partners, descendents and off-spring are part of the creation.

Allaah the creator has no need for partners, descendents and off-spring (children).

 

(Comment 14. Those who love and fear Allaah were called “the son of Allaah” in the Torah and they were the Children of Israel).

 

(Comment 15. The title Israel means “solder of Allaah” or “warrior of Allaah” and was the title given to Prophet Jacob (Yaqub). Those who followed Allaah’s command to defeat idol worship were called Israelites (“solders of Allaah” or “warriors of Allaah”).

 

(Comment 16. “Son of Allaah (Israel)” or “solder of Allaah (Israel)” or “warrior of Allaah (Israel)” were titles of honour).

 

The “son of Allaah” in the Quran.

The “son of Allaah” in Islam.

 

(Comment 17. Misinterpretation of the meaning of “son of Allaah” was a major error in the interpretation of the Gospel (Injil, Injeel, Enjil, Enjeel, Al-Enjeel) for which Allaah provided correction and explanation in the Quran).

 

(Comment 18. In the Gospel (Injil, Injeel, Enjil, Enjeel, Al-Enjeel), those who loved and feared Allaah believed prophet Jesus (Isa).

 

(Comment 19. Prophet Jesus (Isa) is called the “son of Allaah” meaning Prophet Jesus (Isa) loved and feared Allaah).

 

(Comment 20. In the Gospel (Injil) those who truly believed in Allaah believed that Prophet Jesus (Isa) was a messenger from Allaah).

 

(Comment 21. Prophet Jesus (Isa) is the man who is called a “son” because he believes in Allaah like a son believes his father).

 

(Comment 22. The Gospel (Injil) says that those who believe in the “son” (Prophet Jesus (Isa)) believe in the “father” (Allaah) means that those who believe that Prophet Jesus (Isa) is a messenger of Allaah, they are the ones who really believe in Allaah just as a good son believes in the guidance that is given by his father.

If you believe Prophet Jesus (Isa) is sent by Allaah then you believe in Allaah. If you believe Prophet Jesus (Isa) then you believe the words that were revealed to Prophet Jesus (Isa) by Allaah).

 

(Comment 23. The messengers (prophets) from Allaah are the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to Allaah but through Allaah’s messengers (prophets).

 

(Comment 24. Prophet Jesus (Eesa, Esa, Isa, Iesa, Iesus, Yasu, Yeshua).

In the Gospel of John 14:6 Prophet Jesus (Isa) said to him (Thomas), "I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father (Allaah) but through Me.”

Prophet Jesus (Isa) said “I am the light, the way and the life; no one comes to the Father (Allaah) but through Me.”.

The light is the revelation of guidance that Prophet Jesus (Isa) delivered from Allaah in the Gospel (Injil).

The way is the way Prophet Jesus (Isa) showed people to understand the message that Allaah revealed to Prophet Jesus (Isa) in the Gospel (Injil).

The life is the message from Allaah delivered through Prophet Jesus (Isa) of the promise of life after death in the Hereafter in the Gospel (Injil).

No one comes to the Father (Allaah) but through Me means that those who ignore the message of Allaah to pray only to Allaah and do good deeds and avoid doing evil deeds as delivered through Prophet Jesus (Isa) have rejected Allaah and therefore Allaah shall reject them on the Day of Judgement.

Starting from the time of Prophet Jesus (Isa) until the arrival of the next Prophet from Allaah; No one comes to the Father (Allaah) except those that followed Allaah’s commands in the Gospel (Injil) that were sent through Prophet Jesus (Isa)).

 

(Comment 25. Prophet Moses (Musa, Mussa, Moosa, Mousa, Moshe, Mosheh).

Before Prophet Jesus (Isa) there was Prophet Moses (Musa).

Prophet Moses (Musa) was the light, the way and the life; no one comes to the Lord of all creation (Allaah) but through Prophet Moses (Musa).”

The light is the revelation of guidance that Prophet Moses (Musa) delivered from Allaah in the Torah (Taurat).

The way is the way Prophet Moses (Musa) showed people to understand the message that Allaah revealed to Prophet Moses (Musa) in the Torah (Taurat).

The life is the message from Allaah delivered through Prophet Moses (Musa) in the Torah (Taurat) of the promise of life after death in the Hereafter.

No one comes to the Lord (Allaah) but through Prophet Moses (Musa) means that those who ignore the message of Allaah to pray only to Allaah and do good deeds and avoid doing evil deeds as delivered through Prophet Moses (Musa) have rejected Allaah and therefore Allaah shall reject them on the Day of Judgement.

Starting from the time of Prophet Moses (Musa) until the arrival of the next Prophet from Allaah; No one comes to the Lord (Allaah) except those that followed Allaah’s commands that were sent through Prophet Moses (Musa) in the Torah (Taurat)).

 

(Comment 26. Prophet Muhammad (Mohamed, Mohammed, Mahamad, Muhammed).

After Prophet Jesus (Isa) was Prophet Muhammad.

Prophet Muhammad was the light, the way and the life; no one comes to the Lord of all creation (Allaah) but through Prophet Muhammad.”

The light is the revelation of guidance that Prophet Muhammad delivered from Allaah in the Quran.

The way is the way Prophet Muhammad showed people to understand the message that Allaah revealed to Prophet Muhammad in the Quran.

The life is the message from Allaah delivered through Prophet Muhammad in the Quran of the promise of life after death in the Hereafter.

No one comes to the Lord (Allaah) but through Prophet Muhammad means that those who ignore the message of Allaah to pray only to Allaah and do good deeds and avoid doing evil deeds as delivered through Prophet Muhammad have rejected Allaah and therefore Allaah shall reject them on the Day of Judgement.

Allaah orders protection for every Christian place of worship.

Allaah orders protection for every Christian house of worship.

Allaah orders protection for every Monastery.

Allaah orders protection for every Monastary.

Allaah orders protection for every Church.

Allaah orders protection for every Cathedral.

Allaah orders protection for every house of worship.

Allaah orders protection for every place of worship.

Allaah orders protection for every Jewish place of worship.

Allaah orders protection for every Jewish house of worship.

Allaah orders protection for every Synagogue.

Allaah orders protection for every Muslim place of worship.

Allaah orders protection for every Muslim house of worship.

Allaah orders protection for every Mosque.

See Quran 22:40 in Quran chapter 22. Suicide in the Quran.

22 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-22-suicide-in-the-quran

22a Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-22-suicide-in-the-quran 

22b Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-22-suicide-in-the-quran-a

 

See Jewish Christian Muslim interfaith dialogue.

The key to Jewish Muslim Christian interfaith dialogue.

The key to Muslim Jewish Christian inter faith dialogue.

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

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

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

 

 

 

(Comment 27. “Allaah has taken to Himself a son.”

Quran 19:88 And they (the Christians) say, “The Most Merciful (Allaah) has taken to Himself a son.”

Quran 19:89 Certainly you (the Christians) have said an awful thing.

Quran 19:90 Whereby the heavens nearly become torn, and the earth almost becomes split apart and the mountains almost fall in ruins,

Quran 19:91 That they (the Christians) should attribute a son to the Most Merciful (Allaah).

Quran 19:92 It is not appropriate for the Most Merciful (Allaah) that He (Allaah) should take a son.

Quran 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 19:94 He (Allaah) knows every one of them (meaning, Allaah knows every servant whom He (Allaah) has created).

Quran 19:95 And each one of them shall come to Him (Allaah) on the Day of Resurrection, alone.

Quran 19:96 Those who have believed and do good deeds, the Most Merciful (Allaah) shall appoint in the Hereafter for them affection (in their hearts).

 

(Comment 28. Prophet Jesus (Isa) is a created human and he shall be in Paradise with all other created humans.

 

(Comment 29. Why is “Allaah has taken a son” something awful to say?

Quran 19:81 And they have taken (to pray to creations that they mistakenly call) god instead of (correctly) praying to Allaah (the One who created all the creations to which they pray) to give them (meaning, to give the mistaken god) honour, power and glory (in the belief that this shall protect people from Allaah’s punishment in the Hereafter).

Quran 19:82 No, instead (they shall find in the Hereafter that those to whom they mistook for god) shall deny their prayers (because creations have no power to hear pray, only Allaah who created the creations has the power to hear prayer) and they shall be opponents (maybe saying something like this, “I did not tell you to pray to me, I have no power to hear pray because I am a creation like you and all creations depend on Allaah the creator).

 

(Comment 30. The “son of Allaah” in the Gospel (Injil) is the same as “the son of Allaah” is the Torah (Taurat). The word “son” is used to describe a relationship of fear, love and belief in Allaah and not a relationship where Allaah has a partner, descendent or an off-spring (children).  

 

(Comment 31. The error of trinity. 

Like every prophet of Allaah, Prophet Jesus (Isa) said another messenger would come after him in the Gospel of John (Injil of John) 14:16, 15:26, 16:7 – 16:15.

Like Prophet Elijah (Elias) who was raised into heaven in the Torah (Taurat) so too was Prophet Jesus (Isa) raised into heaven in the Gospel (Injil).

The meaning of the son of Allaah in the Torah (Taurat), Gospel (Injil) and the Quran.

02 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/error-of-the-trinity   

02A Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/error-of-the-trinity-a      

02B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/error-of-the-trinity-aa          

 

(Comment 32. Who is the Holy Spirit? What is the Holy Spirit? 

Who is the Holy Ghost? What is the Holy Ghost? 

05 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/who-is-the-holy-ghost  

05A Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/who-is-the-holy-ghost-a

05B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/who-is-the-holy-ghost-aa

 

 

Quran 21:27 Ayah 21:27 – They (the created) speak not until He (Allaah) has spoken, and they (the created) act by His (Allaah’s) command. – (Continued in Quran 21:28).

 

Quran 21:28 Ayah 21:28 He (Allaah) knows what is before them (the present and the future) and what is behind them (the past), and they (the created) cannot intercede except for the person whom He (Allaah) approves, and they (the created) stand in fear of Him (Allaah).

 

(Comment 1. In Quran 21:27 – 21:28 Allaah shall decided all intercession in the Hereafter).

Quran 21:27 reveals that before anyone speaks Allaah has determined what they shall say. Therefore in all intercession it shall be Allaah who decides all judgements even when it is spoken by a resurrected creation).

 

 

Quran 21:29 Ayah 21:29 And if any of them (the created) should say, “(Worship and pray to me because) I am (also) a god next to Him (Allaah)," such a creation (who demands worship and prayer which rightfully belongs only to Allaah the creator) We (Allaah) should reward (that creation) with Hell. This is how We (Allaah) reward the wrongdoers.

(Comment 1. The punishment for worshiping and praying to what Allaah has created instead of worshiping and praying to Allaah the creator is Hell in the Hereafter).

 

(Comment 2. The error of trinity. 

Like every prophet of Allaah, Prophet Jesus (Isa) said another messenger would come after him in the Gospel of John (Injil of John) 14:16, 15:26, 16:7 – 16:15.

Like Prophet Elijah (Elias) who was raised into heaven in the Torah (Taurat) so too was Prophet Jesus (Isa) raised into heaven in the Gospel (Injil).

The meaning of the son of Allaah in the Torah (Taurat), Gospel (Injil) and the Quran.

02 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/error-of-the-trinity   

02A Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/error-of-the-trinity-a      

02B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/error-of-the-trinity-aa          

 

 

 

Quran 21:30 Ayah 21:30 Do those who disbelieve not know that the heavens and the earth were one entity, then We (Allaah) separated them, and We (Allaah) made every living thing from water? Shall they then not believe (in Allaah their creator)?

(Comment 1. Creation of the Heaven and the Earth in two days. 

Creation of the Earth in four days. 

Creation of the Earth in six days. 

See Quran 41:9 comments.

http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-41-allaah-said-nothing-to-hazrat-muhammad-except-what-allaah-said-to-the-messengers-before-him  


(Comment 2. One Day for Allaah is how many years for humans? 

One day is one thousand years. 

One day is fifty thousand years. 

See Quran 32:5 comments. 

http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-32-hazrat-muhammad-met-hazrat-musa-in-heaven  


(Comment 3. What are the seven heavens and the seven earths? 

Where are the seven heavens? 

Where are the seven earths? 

See Quran 65:12 comments.

http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-65-allaah-forgives-adultery-if-you-repent


(Comment 4. What are meteorites?

Jinn and meteors are symbolic stories in the Quran for the teaching of good behavior.

See Quran 37:8 comments.

http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-37-part-1-sacrifice-of-hadhrat-isaac-in-al-quran

 

 

Quran 21:31 Ayah 21:31 And We (Allaah) have placed in the earth firm mountains so that they do not move with them (like other parts of the earth that move such as sand, wind and rain), and We (Allaah) have placed ravines (valleys) there like roads so that they (the created life) might find a way (to travel across the mountains).

 

Quran 21:32 Ayah 21:32 And We (Allaah) have made the sky a protected ceiling. Yet they (the people) turn away from its signs (the signs of Allaah’s creation in the sky such as the Sun, Moon, stars and clouds).

 

Quran 21:33 Ayah 21:33 And it is He (Allah) who has created the night and the day, and the Sun and the Moon, each swimming (floating, travelling) in a rounded course (circuit, route, path, orbit).

(Comment 1, See Quran 41:9 comments.

 

Quran 21:34 Ayah 21:34 And We (Allaah) did not grant immortality (on the earth) to any human before you (Prophet Muhammad), so if you die (as every human does), would they (other humans expect to) live forever?

 

Quran 21:35 Ayah 21:35 Every soul shall taste death. We (Allaah) test you with evil and with good as a trial (for you to show you which one you choose). You shall be returned (in the Hereafter) to Us (Allaah).

(Comment 1. Allaah tests you with good and with evil to show which one you choose).

 

Quran 21:36 Ayah 21:36 And when those (stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia) who disbelieve (in Allaah) see you (Prophet Muhammad), they regard you in no other way but for ridicule (saying), "Is this (Prophet Muhammad) the one who talks (badly) about your (stone idol) gods?" While they (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia) reject all mention of the Most Merciful (Allaah).

 

Quran 21:37 Ayah 21:37 People are inclined to be in a hurry (not patient). I (Allaah) shall show you My (Allaah’s) signs (such as punishment), so do not impatiently urge Me ((Allaah), to hurry My (Allaah’s) judgement).

 

Quran 21:38 Ayah 21:38 And they (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia) say, “When shall this promise (of punishment from Allaah be fulfilled), if you are truthful (that it shall happen)?”

 

Quran 21:39 Ayah 21:39 If those who disbelieved only knew the time when they shall not be able to prevent the fire (of Hell in the Hereafter) from their faces and their backs and they shall have no  help (to avoid it).

 

Quran 21:40 Ayah 21:40 Yes, it (the punishment of Allaah) shall come on them unexpectedly so that it shall surprise them and they shall not be able to repel it or be reprieved.

 

Quran 21:41 Ayah 21:41 Messengers before you (Prophet Muhammad) were (also) ridiculed, but those who ridiculed them (Allaah’s messengers) were surrounded by what they used to ridicule (meaning, they were surrounded by Allaah while they ridiculed belief in Allaah).

 

Quran 21:42 Ayah 21:42 Say, "Who can protect you in the night and in the day from the (punishment of the) Most Merciful (Allaah)?" But they (the stone idol worshipers in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia) turn away from remembering their Lord (Allaah).

 

Quran 21:43 Ayah 21:43 Or do they (the stone idol worshipers in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia) have gods who can protect them from Us (Allaah and Allaah’s punishment)? They (the stone idols) have no power to help themselves nor can they (the stone idols) protect themselves from Us (Allaah).

 

Quran 21:44 Ayah 21:44 In fact We (Allaah) gave the good things of this life to these people and to their fathers (and mothers before them) for a long time. Do they not see that We (Allaah) gradually reduce the land (they control) in their outlying borders? Is it then they (the stone idol worshipers in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia) who will prevail (against Allaah)?

 

Quran 21:45 Ayah 21:45 Say (Prophet Muhammad), "I only warn you by the revelation (from Allaah and not from the desires of a human). But the deaf (who follow the desires of humans) shall not hear the call (of Allaah), (even) when they are warned (to follow only what Allaah has revealed in Allaah’s completed and protected Quran).

 

(Comment 1. Allaah shows which Jews believe the word of humans more than the word of Allaah.

Quran 21:45 explains why some Jews do not believe that Jesus (Eesa, Esa, Isa, Iesa, Iesus, Yasu, Yeshua) is a prophet from Allaah.

Today even though no Jew stones to death for adultery as Prophet Jesus (Isa, Yeshua) revealed, Jews still say they are following Prophet Moses (Musa, Mussa, Moosa, Mousa, Moshe, Mosheh) when in fact they reject the revelation of Prophet Moses (Musa, Moshe, Mosheh) to stone to death for adultery and Jews follow the revelation of Prophet Jesus (Isa, Yeshua) not to stone to death for adultery.

Jews who say they reject Jesus (Isa, Yeshua) as a prophet of Allaah and they follow Prophet Moses (Musa, Moshe, Mosheh) in the matter of stoning to death for adultery are followers of Prophet Jesus (Isa, Yeshua) and not Prophet Moses (Musa, Moshe, Mosheh).

 

(Comment 2. Allaah shows which Christians believe the word of humans more than the word of Allaah.

Quran 21:45 explains why some Christians follow Trinity even after the error of the Trinity is explained to them.

The error of trinity. 

Like every prophet of Allaah, Prophet Jesus (Isa) said another messenger would come after him in the Gospel of John (Injil of John) 14:16, 15:26, 16:7 – 16:15.

Like Prophet Elijah (Elias) who was raised into heaven in the Torah (Taurat) so too was Prophet Jesus (Isa) raised into heaven in the Gospel (Injil).

The meaning of the son of Allaah in the Torah (Taurat), Gospel (Injil) and the Quran.

02 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/error-of-the-trinity   

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02B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/error-of-the-trinity-aa          

 

(Comment 3. Allaah shows which Muslims believe the word of humans more than the word of Allaah.

Quran 21:45 explains why some Muslims believe the word of humans regarding stoning to death for adultery instead of the word of Allaah in the Quran about adultery which is the same as the word of Allaah revealed to Prophet Jesus (Isa) in the Gospel (Injil, Injeel, Enjil, Enjeel, Al-Enjeel).

Allaah removed stoning to death for adultery.

The error of stoning to death for adultery

How Allaah (Allaah, Allaah) removed stoning to death for adultery in the Torah (Taurat), Gospel (Injil) and Quran.

How Allaah removed stoning to death in the Quran three times.

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

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

Forgiveness for all sins is confirmed in Quran 4:17 – 4:18, 4:110, 25:68 – 25:71.

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

03B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allaah-removed-stoning-to-death-for-adultery

 

 

Quran 21:46 Ayah 21:46 And if a breath (meaning, a small amount) of your Lord's (Allaah’s) punishment were to touch them, they certainly would say, “Sadness is coming to us because we were wrongdoers.”

 

Quran 21:47 Ayah 21:47 And We (Allaah) have set up the scales to measure justice on the Day of Resurrection so that no soul is wronged. Even it (the deeds) that are (as light as) the weight of a grain of mustard seed, We (Allaah) shall bring it (and that deed shall be weighed). We (Allaah) are sufficient (as a witness) to take account (and guarantee justice is done to every soul on that Day of Resurrection and Judgement).

 

Quran 21:48 Ayah 21:48 And We (Allaah) gave to Prophet Moses (Musa) and Prophet Aaron (Harun) the Criterion (of right and wrong in the Torah (Taurat)) and a light (of guidance in the Torah (Taurat)) and a Reminder (from Allaah in the Torah (Taurat)) for those (righteous of the children of Israel) who keep away from evil, – (Continued Quran 21:49).

 

(Comment 1. Allaah protects His Quran, His Torah (Tawrah, Tawrat, Taurat, Tavrat) and His Gospel (Injil, Injeel, Enjil, Enjeel, Al-Enjeel). 
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.

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

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

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

 

 

Quran 21:49 Ayah 21:49 – (And to) those who fear their Lord (Allaah) without seeing Him (Allaah), while they are afraid of the Hour (of the End of the Earth which is immediately followed by the Resurrection and Judgement).

 

Quran 21:50 Ayah 21:50 And this (Quran) is a blessed message which We (Allaah) have sent down, shall you (Christians or Jews who know Allaah’s Books) then deny it (or say you do not know what it is)?

 

Quran 21:51 Ayah 21:51 And before (the time of Prophet Moses (Musa)) We (Allaah) gave Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) his (portion of) guidance, and We (Allaah) know him (and his belief in Allaah) well.

 

Quran 21:52 Ayah 21:52 When he (Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim)) said to his father and his people, “What are these (stone) statues to which you are devoted?”

 

Quran 21:53 Ayah 21:53 They said, “We found our fathers worshipping them.”

 

Quran 21:54 Ayah 21:54 He (Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim)) said, “You and your fathers were clearly mistaken.”

 

Quran 21:55 Ayah 21:55 They said, "Have you (Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim)) brought the truth to us or are you one of those who make fun (of our gods)?"

 

Quran 21:56 Ayah 21:56 He (Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim)) said, “No (I am talking seriously), your Lord (Allaah) is the Lord (Allaah) and creator of the heavens and the earth and I am one of those (believers in Allaah) who testify to that (truth).

 

Quran 21:57 Ayah 21:57 "And by Allaah, I (Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim)) shall plan against for your idols after you have turned your backs and gone away."

 

Quran 21:58 Ayah 21:58 So he (Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim)) broke them (idols) to pieces, except the largest of them, so that they (the people) might (later) return to (question) it (the chief idol and ask it what happened?).

 

Quran 21:59 Ayah 21:59 They (the people returned to their idols and) said, “Who has done this to our gods? It must be some evildoer (who did it).”

 

Quran 21:60 Ayah 21:60 They (the people) said, “We heard a youth called Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) talking (badly) about them (stone idol statues).”

 

Quran 21:61 Ayah 21:61 They (the people) said, “Then bring him (Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim)) in front of the eyes of the people so that they may testify (against him).

 

Quran 21:62 Ayah 21:62 They (the people) said, "Did you do this to our gods, Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim)?"

 

Quran 21:63 Ayah 21:63 He (Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim), to teach the people a lesson) said, "More likely the largest one did it, ask them who did it if they can speak"

 

Quran 21:64 Ayah 21:64 So they turned to (blaming) each other and said, "You are the wrongdoers."

 

Quran 21:65 Ayah 21:65 Then they changed their mind, and they said (to Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim)), “You know very well that these (stone idol statues) do not speak.”

 

Quran 21:66 Ayah 21:66 He (Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim)) said, “Do you then instead of (praying to) Allaah, worship those (stone statues) which cannot benefit you in any way, nor harm you?

 

Quran 21:67 Ayah 21:67 Uff (meaning, my anger and disapproval is) to you and to what (stone idol statues) you worship instead of (praying to) Allaah. Do you have no sense?

 

Quran 21:68 Ayah 21:68 They (the people) replied, “Burn him and stand by your gods, if you are going to take action (against the insults to our gods by Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim)).”

 

Quran 21:69 Ayah 21:69 We (Allaah) said, "Fire, be cool and safe for Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim)”

 

Quran 21:70 Ayah 21:70 And they intended a plan (to harm Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim)), but We (Allaah) made them the losers.

 

Quran 21:71 Ayah 21:71 And (from Mesopotamia (today Iraq)) We (Allaah) delivered him (Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim)) and Prophet Lot (Lut) to the land (of Canaan (today Palestine and Israel)) which We (Allaah) have blessed for the worlds (of the humans and the jinn because from this land there has been an association with a long line of Prophets from Allaah since Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) including the last of Allaah’s revealed messengers, Prophet Muhammad who was taken from Arabia to Palestine in a miracle night journey. All these prophets are a blessing from Allaah to the worlds of the humans and the jinn).

 

 

PART A

Where did the children of Israel live before they were slaves in Egypt? 

(Comment 1A. The 12 Children of Israel.

The Children of Israel in Canaan, Egypt, Judea, Palestine, Arabia, Syria and Israel,

Quran 12:58 And (the drought had come to the region as the dreams had forecast and) Prophet Joseph's (Yusuf’s) brothers came (to Egypt seeking food because of famine in their home land of Canaan, today Israel and Palestine) and they (the sons of Israel, the children of Israel, the brothers of Prophet Joseph (Yusuf)) presented themselves in front of him (their brother Prophet Joseph (Yusuf), who was supplying food at fair prices during the time of drought), and he (Prophet Joseph (Yusuf)) knew them but they did not know him (because Prophet Joseph (Yusuf) was a boy when they had last seen each other in Canaan (today Israel and Palestine) but now he was a man).

 

(Comment 2A. The time of Prophet Joseph (Yusuf) is the time of the 12 children of Israel. The time of Prophet Joseph (Yusuf) was before the time that the Children of Israel were made slaves in Egypt).

 

(Comment 3A. After Prophet Joseph (Yusuf) came the time when Prophet Moses (Musa) led the Children of Israel out of Egypt and out of the slavery of the Pharaoh (Firon, King of Egypt).

So Prophet Joseph (Yusuf) is the time before the slavery of the Children of Israel in Egypt and before the later time when Prophet Moses (Musa) led the escape of the Children of Israel out of Egypt. 

 

(Comment 4A. The story of Prophet Joseph (Yusuf) begins in Canaan with Prophet Jacob (Yaqub, Israel meaning “Warrior of Allaah”, “Soldier of Allaah”) who lived with his 12 children. Prophet Joseph (Yusuf) is one of the 12 children of Israel and his father is Prophet Jacob (Yaqub, Israel).

 

(Comment 5A. At the time when Prophet Jacob (Yaqub, Israel) and his children (the 12 Children of Israel) lived in Canaan, Canaan was in Egyptian political control because the King of Canaan served under the power and authority of Egypt).

 

(Comment 6A. The year of Prophet Jacob (Yaqub, Israel) can only be estimated and might be around 2122 BH (1500 BCE, 1500 BC) which is more than 3500 years ago.

At that time Canaan was the lowlands of Palestine along the coastal region.

It was only later that Canaan was extended to include the inland mountain region.

Today in 1432 AH (2011) Canaan is called Israel and Palestine.

 

 

PART B

Where did the children of Israel live after Prophet Moses (Musa) lead them out of Egypt?  

(Comment 1B. In Quran 17:104 Allaah said to the Children of Israel, “Live in the land”. Where is the land?

Quran 17:104 Ayah 17:104 And after (they escaped from Egypt) We (Allaah) said to the Children of Israel, “Live in the land and when the promise of the Hereafter comes We (Allaah) shall bring you together (for the Day of Judgement)).”

 

(Comment 2B. The Children of Israel called Canaan “the promised land” because it was the land promised by Allaah in Quran 5:21 and Quran 5:26.

Quran 5:21 Ayah 5:21 (Prophet Moses (Musa) said), “My people (the children of Israel), enter the Holy Land (Canaan, today known as Israel and Palestine) which Allaah has given to you and do not turn back (in fear of the idol worshippers that are there) or you shall returned as the losers."

(Allaah’s Quran 5:21 is confirmed in Allaah’s Torah Deuteronomy 9:23 and Numbers 13:2).

 

(Comment 3B. Quran 5:22 Ayah 5:22 They (the children of Israel) said, “Prophet Moses (Musa), giant people (tall and powerful people live) there (in Canaan, today known as Israel and Palestine), we shall not go until they leave. (Only) when they leave shall we go there.”

 

(Comment 4B. Quran 5:23 Ayah 5:23 Two among them (Prophet Joshua (Yashu)) and Celab (Kalab)) who feared (Allaah) and on whom Allaah had bestowed His (Allaah’s) Grace said, “Enter (attack) through the gate and when you enter you shall be victorious. Put your trust (in Allaah) if you have faith (in Allaah).”

(Allaah’s Quran 5:23 is confirmed in Allaah’s Torah Numbers 13:30, 13:17 – 13:33).

 

(Comment 5B. Quran 5:24 Ayah 5:24 They (the children of Israel) said, "Prophet Moses (Musa), as long as they are in it (Canaan, today known as Israel and the Palestine territories) we shall never be able to enter it. You and your Lord (Allaah) go and fight and we shall sit here."

 

(Comment 6B. Quran 5:26 Ayah 5:26 (Allaah) said, “For this (because the children of Israel fear fighting against the idol worshippers in Canaan, today known as Israel and Palestine, more than they fear Allaah and for their continuous disobedience to Allaah), the land (the promised land of Canaan) shall be forbidden to them (the children of Israel) for forty years and they shall wander in the land (in the wilderness of the Sinai Peninsula, Sinai desert, today in Egypt, as punishment from Allaah). So (Prophet Moses (Musa)) do not grieve for the disobedient people (among the children of Israel).

(Allaah’s Quran 5:26 is confirmed in Allaah’s Torah Numbers 14:22 – 14:24, 14:26 – 14:39, 26:63 – 26:65).

 

(Comment 7B. The Quran confirms what is in the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil), and the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil) confirm what is in the Quran because they all belong to Allaah.

Allaah protects His Quran, His Torah (Tawrah, Tawrat, Taurat, Tavrat) and His Gospel (Injil, Injeel, Enjil, Enjeel, Al-Enjeel). 
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.

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(Comment 8B. Allaah gives the route that Prophet Moses (Musa) and the children of Israel travelled between Egypt and Jordan over their 40 years of punishment in the wilderness of the Sinai Peninsula in Torah Numbers 33:1 – 33:49).

 

(Comment 9B. Before Prophet Moses (Musa) died Allaah instructed Prophet Moses (Musa) to tell the children of Israel how to continue through Jordan to Canaan in Torah Numbers 33:50 – 33:56).

 

(Comment 10B. Before Prophet Moses (Musa) died Allaah instructed Prophet Moses (Musa) to tell the children of Israel the boarders of the land that Allaah is giving them in Torah Numbers 34 – 34:12).

 

(Comment 11B. After the forty years of punishment wandering in the wilderness of the Sinai Peninsula Prophet Moses (Musa) died and the Children of Israel were led by Prophet Joshua (Yushua, an assistant to Prophet Moses (Musa)) who conquered Canaan and removed all signs of idol worship.

Canaan was then divided into 12 nations and settled by each of the descendants of the 12 tribes of the children of Israel).

 

(Comment 12B. Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman, King Solomon) built the first Holy Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) but on the Hebrew date of the 9th of Av in 1208 BH (586 BCE, 586 BC) around 1100 years before Prophet Muhammad) king Nebuchadnezzar (king Nebuchadrezzar of Babylon, today in Iraq) destroyed the first Jewish Holy Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) by burning it to the ground and taking the Jews as slaves to Babylon (today in Iraq).

This was the fall of the Southern Kingdom of Judah.

The result of adopting idol worship and corruption was that the 12 nations of the children of Israel disappeared from what was known as the Kingdom of Judah (today Israel and Palestine).

The children of Israel were taken as slaves to Babylon and others migrated to Egypt.

 

(Comment 13B. In 1112 BH (458 BCE, 458 BC) around 1100 years before Prophet Muhammad) some of the children of Israel including Prophet Ezra (Uzair) were freed by the king of Babylon and allowed to return to Jerusalem (Al-Quds) to continue the building of the second Holy Temple and the building of Jerusalem (Al-Quds) which had been destroyed earlier) in Canaan, Judah (today Israel and Palestine).

 

(Comment 14B. It is said that Prophet Jesus (Isa) left the earth in 607 BH (Friday 3 April 33 CE (33 AD)) around 540 years before Prophet Muhammad), this is the date from astronomical calculations for the Lunar Moon eclipse that caused the blood red Moon colour called “the Moon of blood” that was reported to have occurred on the day of the crucifixion of three men next to each other on 3 crosses in Jerusalem (Al-Quds).

Prophet Jesus (Isa) came as a warner from Allaah to the children of Israel saying, “Do not use the Holy Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) for money making activities, the Holy Temple is only for the sincere worship of Allaah.”

Did the leaders of the Holy Temple believe Prophet Jesus (Isa) or did they want to kill him?

Were the leaders of the Holy Temple interested in earthy matters or were they interested in Allaah?

Prophet Jesus (Isa) was telling them that the way they behaved showed that the leaders of the Holy Temple loved earthy matters more than they loved Allaah).

 

(Comment 15B. The Romans destroyed the second Jewish Holy Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) by burning it to the ground on the Hebrew date of the 9th of Av, 569 BH (70 CE, 70 AD), 37 years after Prophet Jesus (Isa) left the earth and around 500 years before Prophet Muhammad.

The second Jewish Holy Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) was destroyed on the same day and month of the destruction of the first Jewish Holy Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds).

Only part of the western wall of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) remains today in 1432 AH (2011 CE, 2011 AD).

 

(Comment 16B. A Jewish rebellion defeated the famous Roman 12th Army legion and the children of Israel established an independent Government from 505 – 502 BH (132 – 135 CE, 132 – 135 AD), around 440 years before Prophet Muhammad and they produced coins marked “First Year of the Deliverance of Israel” but they were defeated 3 years later by Roman forces who then restricted Jewish access to Jerusalem (Al-Quds).

Jews were exiled and immigrated to foreign lands.

 

(Comment 17B. The Romans allowed the Jews to return to Jerusalem (Al-Quds) in 268 BH (362 CE, 362 AD), around 210 years before Prophet Muhammad).

 

(Comment 18B. In 267 BH (363 CE (363 AD), around 210 years before Prophet Muhammad, the children of Israel with the permission of the Roman Emperor, Flavius Claudius Julianus, started to clear the foundations of the second Holy Temple on the Temple Mount to build the third Holy Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) but loud explosions and fire came from out of the ground.

The children of Israel understood those underground gas explosions as the anger of Allaah and so the project to build the third Holy Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) was abandoned.

Jews again immigrated to foreign lands).

 

(Comment 19B. In the time of Prophet Muhammad 53 BH – 11 AH (571 – 632 CE) the children of Israel were scattered in every country of the Middle East.

Some Jews were in the region of Arabia (today Saudi Arabia) where Prophet Muhammad preached the revelations from Allaah.

Most trade between Arabia was through a camel caravan road to Syria which was another foreign country where the children of Israel had also established themselves as traders.

 

(Comment 20B. What was experienced by Prophet Jesus (Isa) was also experienced by Prophet Muhammad in that most of the children of Israel did not believe the revelations from Allaah in the Gospel (Injil) or in the Quran.

Both Prophet Jesus (Isa) and Prophet Muhammad came to correct the people in their worship of Allaah and correct the mistakes in their interpretation of past revelations from Allaah and warn of Allaah’s punishment.

After Prophet Jesus (Isa) left the earth the children of Israel lost the second Holy Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) and their Judea homeland.

After Prophet Muhammad left the earth the children of Israel lost their adopted Arabian homeland (today Saudi Arabia).

This continuous rebellion against Allaah by the children of Israel is confirmed in the Torah Deuteronomy 9:24 where Prophet Moses, (Musa) said to the children of Israel, “You have been rebellious against the Lord (Allaah) from the (very first) day that I knew you”.

Prophet Jesus (Isa) and Prophet Muhammad experienced the same rebellion against Allaah that Prophet Moses (Musa) had found.

 

(Comment 21B. Wherever and whenever their was disbelief in Allaah that required new correction among the children of Israel Allaah has raised prophets including Prophet Moses (Musa), Prophet Jesus (Isa) and Prophet Muhammad to be a guiding light for those who believe in Allaah.

 

(Comment 22B. The children of Israel were scattered by Allaah to every country on the earth where they lived for more than 1500 years until in 1367 AH (1948 CE, 1948 AD), around 1380 years after Prophet Muhammad, the children of Israel again became one nation called Israel.

 

(Comment 23B. The path to peace in Israel and Palestine in 2011 CE. 

See Haman in the Quran.

It is wrong to promote hatred.

It is better to promote Allaah.

1.82 Iran, Israel, Palestine, Saudi Arabia and the world can work to put the Quran (Al-Coran, Al Coran, The Koran, Al-Koran, Al Koran, The Qur'an, Al-Qur'an, Al Qur'an, The Qur’ān, Al-Qur’ān, Al Qur’ān), Torah (Tawrah, Tawrat, Taurat, Tavrat) and Gospel (Injil, Injeel, Enjil, Enjeel, Al-Enjeelon the Moon if Allaah wills.

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Jews and Arabs are brothers.

(Comment 24B. Allaah promised that the descendants of Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) would become many nations and today in 1432 AH (2011) indeed both Arabs and Jews live in every nation on the earth).

 

(Comment 25B. Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) and Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) are the sons of Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim).

Some Arabs are descendants of Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) and some Jews are descendants of Prophet Isaac (Ishaq).

This connection to Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) is why Jews and Arabs are called brothers in religion and brothers in blood).

 

Confusion about the story of the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim).

(Comment 26B. The Quran names Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) in the story of the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) in Quran chapter 37. Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) is not named anywhere in Quran chapter 37.

 

(Comment 27B. Some said that in the Quran chapter 37 the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) was Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) even thought the Quran names only Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) and his father Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) and blesses both of them individually and together as the father and the son in the story of the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) in Quran chapter 37.

 

(Comment 28B. Some claim that the Torah (Taurat) was changed to remove Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) as the sacrificed son but Prophet Muhammad confirmed that the Torah (Taurat) is from Allaah and the Torah (Taurat) is correct and the Torah (Taurat) is protected by Allaah because it belongs to Allaah.

It is not fitting to believe that humans has the power to change the word of Allaah.

If humans had that power then other humans in the Hereafter might say “I did not believe the revelation because I thought other humans had invented it or changed it.”

If humans had more power than the word of Allaah then no revelation could be believed and therefore it is not possible to believe that humans can change the word of Allaah.

However Satan (Shaitan) can whisper doubts about the word of Allaah as an encouragement for humans to disbelieve the word of Allaah or to wrongly interpret the word of Allaah).

 

(Comment 29B. Some say the Gospel (Injil) is also wrong because like the Torah (Taurat) it also names Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) as the son to be sacrificed by Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) however Prophet Muhammad confirmed that the Gospel (Injil) is from Allaah and the Gospel (Injil) is correct and the Gospel (Injil) is protected by Allaah because it belongs to Allaah).

 

(Comment 30B. Allaah protects His Quran, His Torah (Tawrah, Tawrat, Taurat, Tavrat) and His Gospel (Injil, Injeel, Enjil, Enjeel, Al-Enjeel).

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.

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(Comment 31B. If Allaah is real then Allaah would name the same son who was to be sacrificed in the Torah, Gospel and Quran.

The Quran and the Gospel (Injil) and the Torah (Taurat) all agree that the name of the son of Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) who was to be sacrificed was Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) and this confirms that it is the same One Allaah who is the owner of all the Holy scriptures.

There are not 3 Allaah’s; one for Jews, one for Christians and one for Muslims because the One Allaah who created everything has protected His Books so that humans can look and see that each Book has the proof that confirms that all the other books also belong to the One Allaah who created everything).

 

See 1. Which son was to be sacrificed by Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim)?

Allaah names Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) as “the good news” son 9 times in Quran chapter 11, 15, 19, 29 and 51.

Allaah names Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) four times in Quran chapter 37 (twice as the good news and twice by name).

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See 2. Prophet Muhammad story (hadith) about Prophet Ishmael (Ismail).

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

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See 3. The sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) in Quran chapter 37.

The first test from Allaah was the order to Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) to leave Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) and his mother Hagar (Hajar) in Allaah’s care in the desert.

The second test from Allaah was the order to Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) to sacrifice his second son (Prophet Isaac (Ishaq)) who was “his only son” that was still living in the house of Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) with his mother Sarah after Allaah had long ago taken away his first son Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) and his mother Hagar (Hajar).

Would Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) sacrifice Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) who was his only son after Allaah had early taken away his first son Prophet Ishmael (Ismail)?

Allaah reminds Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) that He (Allaah) had already taken one son away from him by ordered him to sacrifice Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) who was “his only son” that was still living with him.

The only people who Allaah blesses in the story of the sacrifice in Quran chapter 37 are Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) and Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) both separately and together as the father and the son.

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(Comment 32B. Mistaken interpretations of the Gospel (Injil).

Prophet Muhammad (like Prophet Jesus (Isa)) gave warning about mistaken interpretations that had developed from a misunderstanding of past revelations from Allaah.

The problems Prophet Muhammad warned about is not what is in the word of Allaah in the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil) but how people interpreted the word of Allaah in the Torah (Taurat) and in the Gospel (Injil).

Prophet Muhammad revealed the correct interpretations to parts of the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil) that had been misunderstood.

The word of Allaah was correct but humans had been mislead by Satan (Shaitan) to misunderstand the meaning of what they read.

For example there is nowhere in the Gospel (Injil, Injeel, Enjil, Enjeel, Al-Enjeel) where Prophet Jesus (Isa) said, “Pray to me”, but people pray to him, even when in the Gospel (Injil, Injeel, Enjil, Enjeel, Al-Enjeel), Prophet Jesus (Isa) always prayed to Allaah.

Prophet Muhammad corrected the mistake where people pray to created humans instead of praying only to Allaah who is the creator of every creation.

 

(Comment 33B. Mistaken interpretations of the Quran.

For example, nowhere is Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) mentioned in the Quran chapter 37 which has the story of the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) but Allaah mentions Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) more than one time.

Even in Quran 37:108 Allaah says he has “left a blessing of remembrance” AND in Quran 37:110 Allaah says “This is how We (Allaah) reward the good doers (with grace from Allaah).”

So where is the blessing of remembrance for the son?

Quran 37:108 Ayah 37:108 And We (Allaah) left (this blessing of remembrance) for him (Abraham (Ibrahim)) among generations to come in later times.

Quran 37:109 Ayah 37:109 “Peace be to Abraham (Ibrahim).”

Quran 37:110 Ayah 37:110 This is how We (Allaah) reward the good doers (with grace from Allaah).

Quran 37:111 Ayah 37:111 He (Abraham, Ibrahim) is one of Our believing servants.

The blessing of remembrance for the son starts after Allaah finishes blessing the father in the sacrifice story.

After blessing the father Allaah blesses the son in the sacrifice to Allaah.

In Quran 37:112 – 37:113 Allaah reminds us that Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) and his offspring was promised to Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) by Allaah and still Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) did not complain to Allaah by saying, “You promised me this son and his offspring and now you want me to give him back to you by sacrificing him?”

Indeed Allaah always keeps His (Allaah’s) promise and Allaah stopped the sacrifice so that Allaah’s promise of a son who would have offspring was fulfilled.

Quran 37:112 Ayah 37:112 And We (Allaah through His angles) gave him (Abraham, Ibrahim) the good news of the birth of Prophet Isaac (Ishaq), a prophet of the righteous.

Finally both the father and the son are blessed together in the sacrifice to Allaah.

Quran 37:113 Quran 37:113 We blessed him (Abraham, Ibrahim) and Isaac (Ishaq) but of their offspring (generations of children) are (some) that do right (do good to their own souls) and (some) that do wrong to themselves (do wrong to their own souls).

This story is only about Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) and his son Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) and the descendants of Prophet Isaac (Ishaq).

Why does Allaah not mention Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) and his descendants in the story of the sacrifice of the son in Quran chapter 37?

Allaah says nothing about Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) and his descendants in Quran chapter 37 because Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) is not in the story of Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) and the sacrifice of his son Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) in Quran chapter 37. 

 

(Comment 34B. Prophet Jesus (Isa) (like Prophet Muhammad) came with corrections to misinterpretations that had developed in past revelations from Allaah.

Prophet Jesus (Isa) (like Prophet Muhammad) came with corrections for the misinterpretations of parts of the Torah such as the part about adultery.

Prophet Jesus (Isa) confirmed that the punishment for stoning to death for adultery is in the Torah (Taurat) but he gave the interpretation that only someone without sin can throw the first stone.

When all the people had left because none of them were sinless, Prophet Jesus (Isa) said to the woman who was found doing adultery, “Have none of them condemned you (to death by throwing stones at you)? Then I also do not condemn you (to death), you are free to go but sin no more.”  

Prophet Jesus (Isa) revealed that the correct interpretation of stoning to death is as a warning against evil and not as an automatic punishment.

 

(Comment 35B. Prophet Jesus (Isa) came with the revelation from Allaah in the Gospel (Injil) to stop the automatic punishment of stoning to death which is in the Torah (Taurat).

 

(Comment 36B. Prophet Muhammad came with the revelation from Allaah in the Quran which completely removed the punishment of stoning to death for adultery in the Quran.

In the Quran Allaah removed stoning to death for adultery.

Allaah removed al rajm stoning to death for adultery from the Quran.

Allaah removed stoning to death for adultery.

The error of stoning to death for adultery

How Allaah removed stoning to death for adultery in the Torah (Taurat), Gospel (Injil) and Quran.

How Allaah removed stoning to death in the Quran three times.

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

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

Forgiveness for all sins is confirmed in Quran 4:17 – 4:18, 4:110, 25:68 – 25:71.

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Humans on the Day of Judgement.

(Comment 37B. Quran 17:104 explains that people shall be gathered on the Day of Judgement in the Hereafter not in nations of countries but as nations of religions).

Quran 17:104 Ayah 17:104 And after (they escaped from Egypt) We (Allaah) said to the Children of Israel, “Live in the land and when the promise of the Hereafter comes We (Allaah) shall bring you together (for the Day of Judgement)).”

 

(Comment 38B. Each Prophet sent by Allaah shall be in front of his followers in the Hereafter.

 

(Comment 39B. On the Day of Judgement each Jewish person shall be judged justly and rapidly and those who are successful (to qualify for the reward of Paradise) shall gather together as one nation with Prophet Moses (Musa) before entering Paradise.

It is said that the Jews in later generations who rejected the prophets of Allaah who Prophet Moses (Musa) revealed would follow him might be rejected by Allaah and by Prophet Moses (Musa) because they rejected the newer prophets whom they were told would be sent to them by Allaah).

 

(Comment 40B. On the Day of Judgement each Christian person shall be judged justly and rapidly and those who are successful (to qualify for the reward of Paradise) shall gather together as one nation with Prophet Jesus (Isa) before entering Paradise.

It is said that the Christians in later generations who rejected the prophet of Allaah who Prophet Jesus (Isa) revealed would follow him might be rejected by Allaah and by Prophet Jesus (Isa) because they rejected the newer prophet whom they were told would be sent to them by Allaah).

 

(Comment 41B. Did Prophet Jesus (Isa) say that another Prophet of Allaah shall come after him?

Is Prophet Muhammad the comforter from Allaah?

Are there 3 Allaahs?

Is there a Jewish Allaah, a Christian Allaah and a Muslim Allaah or is there only one Allaah who created everything?

The error of trinity. 

Like every prophet of Allaah, Prophet Jesus (Isa) said another messenger would come after him in the Gospel of John (Injil of John) 14:16, 15:26, 16:7 – 16:15.

Like Prophet Elijah (Elias) who was raised into heaven in the Torah (Taurat) so too was Prophet Jesus (Isa) raised into heaven in the Gospel (Injil).

The meaning of the son of Allaah (Allaah, Allaah) in the Torah (Taurat), Gospel (Injil) and the Quran.

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(Comment 42B. On the Day of Judgement each Muslim person shall be judged justly and rapidly and those who are successful (to qualify for the reward of Paradise) shall gather together as one nation with Prophet Muhammad before entering Paradise.

It is said that the Muslims in later generations who reject what Allaah revealed in the Quran which is the protected revelations of Allaah, might be rejected by Allaah and by Prophet Muhammad because they rejected the protected revelations of Allaah in the Quran which is a clear proof that they believed the word of humans more than they believed the word of Allaah).

 

(Comment 43B. It is said that the largest of all the nations that shall enter Paradise on the Day of Judgement shall be the followers of the nation of Islam because it is the most recent of the revelations from Allaah at a time when world population is the highest in the history of the Earth).

 

(Comment 44B. It is said that in Paradise all the nations Judaism, Christianity, Islam and others shall all feel equal, peaceful, contented, friends like brothers, and without jealousy nor envy between each other. Allaah created Paradise were fighting, anger, sadness, thirst and hunger do not exist and Allaah created Hell where the justice of Allaah’s punishment shall be on those who were evildoers.

 

 

Part C.

(Comment 1C. Allaah confirms the location of the blessed land around Jerusalem ((Al-Quds), today Palestine and Israel) in the miracle night journey of Prophet Muhammad in Quran 17:1.

Quran 17:1 Exalted is He (Allaah) who took His servant (Prophet Muhammad in a miracle journey) by night from the sacred place of worship (the Kabah in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia) to the distant place of worship (the ruins of the second Jewish Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds), Palestine, today Israel and Palestine that had been destroyed by the Roman empire) whose surroundings We (Allaah) have blessed, (Prophet Muhammad was taken here) to show him Our (Allaah’s) signs. He (Allaah) is the all-hearing and the all-seeing.

 

(Comment 2C. Allaah is Exalted means that Allaah is above all imperfections and Allaah does not failure to do as Allaah wills).

 

(Comment 3C. In 2 BH (620 CE, 620 AD) Allaah took Prophet Muhammad on a miracle journey at night called the Isra and Mi'raj.

In the first part of the Night Journey (“Isra”) Prophet Muhammad was taken across the sky from Mecca (Makkah), Arabia to Jerusalem (Al-Quds) and from the rock that is covered today by The Dome of the Rock (Masjid Qubbat As-Sakhrah, Kipat Hasela on the Temple Mount) Prophet Muhammad departed on the second part of the journey called the “Mi'raj (Ladder) and ascended to Heaven. Prophet Muhammad was returned back to Mecca (Makkah) all in the one night in a miracle journey which was not a dream. 

 

(Comment 4C. In Quran 17:1 “the sacred place of worship” is the Kabah in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia known today as part of al-Masjid al-Haram in Mecca (Makkah), Saudi Arabia).

 

(Comment 5C. In Quran 17:1 “the distant place of worship” is the ruins of the second Jewish Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds), Palestine which was destroyed by the Roman Empire.

This was the direction to which the Jews in Yathrib (Medina, Madinah), Arabia faced during their prayers to Allaah.

 

(Comment 6C. In Quran 17:1 “the surroundings that are blessed by Allaah” is the site of the destroyed first and second Jewish Temples that were built one on top the other in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) today Israel and Palestine).

 

(Comment 7C. Part of the Western Wall survived the destruction of the second Jewish temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds). The Western Wall of the Temple grounds is also called the Wailing Wall, Crying Wall, Kotel, Kotel HaMaaravi, Al-Buraq Wall).

The Western Wall would have been one of the signs among the ruins of the destroyed Jewish Temple that existed on the night when Allaah took Prophet Muhammad in the miracle journey from Mecca (Makkah), Arabia to Jerusalem (Al-Quds), Palestine.

In Quran 17:1 Allaah says Prophet Muhammad was shown the signs of Allaah at the blessed site so the Western Wall would have been among the signs at the ruins among the rubble.

 

(Comment 8C. In 16 AH (638 CE 638 AD), six years after the death of Prophet Muhammad), the first Mosque since the destruction of the second Jewish Temple was constructed in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) on the Temple Mount. Today it is known as al-Masjid al-Aqsa (al-Aqsa Mosque) and was constructed in Al-Quds (Jerusalem), Palestine on the site where the Jewish Temple had been destroyed by the Roman Empire. This was at “the distant place of worship” in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) in Quran 17:1, it was distant from Mecca (Makkah), Arabia (today Saudi Arabia).

 

(Comment 9C. Today at the ruins of the Jewish Temple which was “the distant place of worship” in Quran 17:1 there survives part of the Western Wall of the Jewish Temple known by Jews as the Wailing Wall (Crying Wall, Kotel, Kotel HaMaaravi, Al-Buraq Wall).

Behind the Western Wall is were the Temple ruins once lay and where a Mosque was constructed 6 years after the death of Prophet Muhammad that is known to Muslims as al-Masjid al-Aqsa, the al-Aqsa Mosque in Al-Quds, Palestine, Jerusalem (Al-Quds), Israel).

 

(Comment 10C. If the Allaah of the Jews and the revealer of the Torah (Taurat) is the same as the Allaah of the Muslims and the revealer of the Quran then the One Allaah who created everything including the Jews and the Muslims has established His (Allaah’s) third Temple in Jerusalem which is the al-Aqsa Mosque).

 

(Comment 11C. Today both Muslims and Jews worship Allaah at the “blessed” location of the destroyed first and second Jewish Temples in Jerusalem (Al-Quds). The Jews pray to Allaah next to the Western Wall (Wailing Wall, Crying Wall, Kotel, Kotel HaMaaravi, Al-Buraq Wall) of the Temple and Muslims pray to Allaah in the al-Aqsa Mosque that was built behind the Western Wall on part of the Temple that had been destroyed by the Roman Empire.

 

(Comment 12C. Jews who believe that the Allaah of the Jews is the same as the Allaah of the Muslims have become Muslim and pray in the al-Aqsa Mosque in recognition that the al-Aqsa Mosque is Allaah’s third Holy Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds), they say that the existence of the al-Aqsa Mosque on Holy ground is sufficient proof of Allaah’s will and Allaah’s truth for those who believe that the One Allaah has created all creation including all humans).

 

(Comment 13C. Those who believe in a Muslim Allaah and a Christian Allaah and a Jewish Allaah and that these are 3 different Allaah’s, they reject the idea that the al-Aqsa Mosque is Allaah’s third Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) however it is only Allaah who has the power to allow a construction for His (Allaah’s) worship on His (Allaah’s) Holy site).

 

(Comment 14C. Allaah confirms the location of the two blessed lands around Jerusalem ((Al-Quds), today Palestine and Israel) and Mecca ((Makkah), Arabia, today Saudi Arabia) in the miracle night journey of Prophet Muhammad in Quran 17:60.

Quran 17:60 Ayah 17:60 And (remember Prophet Muhammad) when We (Allaah) told you, “Your Lord surrounds the people (meaning, that Allaah has knowledge of everything people do and think)." And We (Allaah) did not make an illusion when We (Allaah) showed you (Prophet Muhammad as a eye-witness and not in a dream by taking you on the miracle of the night journey from the blessed Kabah in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia to the blessed ruins of the Jewish second Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds), Palestine, today Palestine and Israel) which was an impossible journey for a man to make by himself, and also (Allaah took you from the blessed ruins of the Jewish second Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) in Palestine, today Palestine and Israel, up into Heaven to see) the accursed tree (called the Zaqqum (Zaqqoom) which is the tree with the terrible food that wrongdoers shall eat in the hereafter and is  mentioned) in the Quran. We (Allaah) warn (people) and make them afraid but it only increases them in nothing but greater disobedience against Allaah.

 

 

Quran 21:72 Ayah 21:72 And We (Allaah) gave him Prophet Isaac (Ishaq), and Prophet Jacob (Yaqub) and all (of them) We (Allaah) made righteous. 

 

Quran 21:73 Ayah 21:73 And We (Allaah) made them leaders who guided by Our (Allaah’s) command, and We (Allaah) inspired in them the doing of good deeds, the correct establishment of prayer, the giving of charity (to the needy) and they worshipped (only) Us (Allaah).

 

Quran 21:74 Ayah 21:74 And to Prophet Lot (Lut) We (Allaah) gave judgment and knowledge and We (Allaah) saved him from the town that did bad deeds. They were people of evil, disobedient (to Allaah).

 

(Comment 1. The people of the town of Sodom threatened to commit violent homosexual crime against the angels of Allaah).

 

(Comment 2. Allaah did not order the killing of homosexual men and women in Islam. 

Did Allaah order the killing of homosexual men and women in Islam? 

Allaah removed stoning to death for adultery.

See 11.1 Misguidance: The misguided killing of homosexuals. 

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

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

03B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allaah-removed-stoning-to-death-for-adultery

 

 

Quran 21:75 Ayah 21:75 And We (Allaah) brought him (Prophet Lot (Lut)) into Our (Allaah’s) mercy. And he was among the righteous.

 

Quran 21:76 Ayah 21:76 And (mention) Prophet Noah (Nuh), when he called (to Allaah) before (the time of Prophet Lot (Lut)), We (Allaah) heard his prayer and saved him and his household from the great suffering (of the Great Flood).

 

Quran 21:77 Ayah 21:77 And delivered him (Prophet Noah (Nuh)) from the people who denied Our (Allaah’s) revelations. They were evil people so We (Allaah) drowned all of them together (all at one time).

 

Quran 21:78 Ayah 21:78 And (mention) Prophet David (Dawud) and Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman), when they gave judgment concerning the case of the field, where the sheep of some people had strayed and pastured (by eating the crops) at night. We (Allaah) were witnesses to their judgment.

 

Quran 21:79 Ayah 21:79 And We (Allaah) gave Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) the understanding (of the case) and to each of them We (Allaah) gave (the correct) judgment and knowledge. And We (Allaah) subjected the mountains and the birds to exalt (Us (Allaah)) along with Prophet David (Dawud). We (Allaah) were doing that.

(Comment 1. Stories of talking animals in the Quran is in the style of Rabbinic Jewish literature (Jewish hadith from humans) which existed in the time of Prophet Muhammad.

Allaah gave the Jews the signs that the Quran was from Allaah by revealing Allaah through the stories of Allaah’s Torah (Taurat) and in human Jewish stories (hadith) from the Rabbinic Jewish literature.

 

(Comment 2. See Quran 21:82 comments).

 

 

Quran 21:80 Ayah 21:80 And We (Allaah) taught him (Prophet David (Dawud)) how to make coats of armor to protect you from your (enemy in) battle. Are you then thankful?

 

Quran 21:81 Ayah 21:81 And to Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) (We (Allaah) subjected) the strong blowing wind to follow his (Prophet Solomon’s (Silliman’s)) command toward the land which We (Allaah) had blessed. And We (Allaah) are aware of everything.

 

Quran 21:82 Ayah 21:82 And of the devils (from among the jinn) were some who dived (for pearls) for him (Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman)) and did other work, and We (Allaah) were guardians to them (to make sure the devils obeyed the commands of Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) and by protecting Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) from the devils).

 

(Comment 1. Allaah showed the Jews of Yathrib (Medina, Madinah) that the Quran is for the children of Israel by revealing stories that were similar to what the Jewish Rabbis had written in Rabbinical Jewish literature.

These Jewish hadith (stories) are not from Allaah’s Torah (Taurat) or Allaah’s Bible but are human writings that use the characters in the Bible to explain something or to give some religious teaching.

By using talking animals and devils (jinn) the rabbis were able to make clear that what they were writing was different to the revelations of Allaah in Allaah’s Torah (Taurat).

Allaah showed the Jews of Yathrib (Medina, Madinah) that the revelations from Allaah are for them by using the style of stories that used jinn and talking animals which were familiar in Rabbinical Jewish literature to explain religious and moral concepts in the Quran.

 

(Comment 2. Here is a Jewish rabbinical story based on King Solomon’s (Sulaiman’s) travels on an invented magic flying carpet, the demons (jinn) and talking birds that show to whomever Allaah allows to see that the person who has led one person to discover Allaah has done a bigger service for the sake of Allaah compared to the person who killed 1 million people and led none of them to discover Allaah.  

 

"Flying further, King Solomon (Sulaiman) noticed a magnificent palace to which there appeared to be no entrance. He (King Solomon (Sulaiman)) ordered the demons (jinn) to climb to the roof and see if they could discover any living being within the building.

The demons (jinn) found there only an eagle which they took to King Solomon (Sulaiman).

It was asked if it knew of an entrance to the palace, the eagle said that it (the eagle) was 700 years of age but it had never seen such an entrance.

An older brother of the eagle who was 900 years old was then found, but it also did not know of an entrance.

The oldest brother of these two birds, which was 1,300 years old, then said that it had been told by its father that the door was on the west side, but that it had become hidden by wind that had blown sand over it (the door). Having discovered the entrance,

King Solomon (Sulaiman) found many inscriptions on the doors.

In the interior of the palace was an idol having in its mouth a silver tablet with the following inscription in Greek, “I, Shaddad, the son of 'Ad, ruled over a million cities, rode on a million horses, had under me a million servants, and killed a million solders, but I could not defend myself against the angel of death.”

See http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=894&letter=S and see the article called Solomon's Carpet.

 

(Comment 3. Allaah made this style of revelation so that on the Day of Judgement the Jews of Yathrib (Medina, Madinah), Arabia shall not be able to say that they thought Allaah’s revelations only applied to those who were not Jewish because the knowledge of what was in the Rabbinical Jewish literature was only with the Jews. This shows that Allaah was making revelations directly to the Jewish people in Arabia who had the understanding of Allaah.

 

 

Quran 21:83 Ayah 21:83 And (mention) Prophet Job (Ayub), when he called to his Lord (Allaah), (saying), “Misfortune troubles me and You (Allaah) are the Most Merciful of anyone who shows mercy.”

 

Quran 21:84 Ayah 21:84 Then We (Allaah) answered his prayer and removed the misfortune that troubled him (Prophet Job (Ayub)), and We (Allaah) gave him (back) his family (that he had lost) and the other things (he had lost were also returned to Prophet Job (Ayub)) as a mercy from Us (Allaah) and as a reminder (of the power of faith) to those who worship (Allaah);

 

Quran 21:85 Ayah 21:85 And (mention) Prophet Ishmael (Ismail), and Prophet Idris, and Prophet Ezekiel (Zulkifl, Dhul-Kifl). They were all among the steadfast (patient).

 

Quran 21:86 Ayah 21:86 We (Allaah) admitted them into Our (Allaah’s) mercy, for they were righteous.

 

Quran 21:87 Ayah 21:87 And (mention) the man of the fish (Dhan-Nun, Prophet Jonah (Yunus)) when he went off in anger (at the disbelief of his people) and thought that We (Allaah) would not decree (anything more) for him (to do), but he called out in the darkness (inside the belly of a whale which had swallowed him), saying, “There is no Allaah but You (Allaah). Exalted are You (Allaah). I have been a wrongdoer (by not staying with my people and completing the task that Allaah told me to do).”

 

Quran 21:88 Ayah 21:88 So We (Allaah) heard his (Prophet Jonah’s (Yunus’s)) prayer and saved him from the distress. This is how We (Allaah) save the believers.

 

Quran 21:89 Ayah 21:89 And (mention) Prophet Zachariah (Zakariya), when he called to his Lord (Allaah), “My Lord (Allaah), Do not leave me alone (childless), even though You (Allaah) are the best inheritance.”

 

Quran 21:90 Ayah 21:90 So We (Allaah) heard his (Prophet Zachariah’s (Zakariya’s)) prayer and his wife was made fit (to have a child) for him and gave him (the son) Prophet John (Yahya). They used to hurry to do good deeds and they called to Us (Allaah) in hope and in fear and were submissive to Us (Allaah).

 

Quran 21:91 Ayah 21:91 And (mention) she (the virgin Mary (Maryam, Marium)) who was chaste (meaning, she never had sexual intercourse), We (Allaah through His angel Gabriel (Jibrail, Jibreel, Jibril, Jibrael)) blew (breathed) into her (body) Our (created) Spirit (Ruhana, Spirit created by Us, Ruh created by Us) and made her (Mary (Maryam, Marium)) and her son (Prophet Jesus (Eesa, Esa, Isa, Iesa, Iesus, Yasu, Yeshua)) as a sign (of Allaah) for (all) the worlds (of humans and jinn because she had a son without sexual intercourse).

 

Quran 21:92 Ayah 21:92 (Saying to them),This, your religion, is one religion (one community with one belief), and I (Allaah) am your Lord, so worship Me (Allaah).”

 

Quran 21:93 Ayah 21:93 But (later) they (the humans) divided their religion among themselves (some correctly prayed to Allaah but others mistakenly prayed to what Allaah had created such praying to Prophet Jesus (Isa) and to hundreds of dead human saints), (yet) all are returning to Us (Allaah).

 

(Comment 1. Praying to any created thing including Prophet Jesus (Isa) and dead human saints is idol worship and is forbidden by Allaah in Allaah’s Torah (Taurat), Allaah’s Gospel (Injil) and Allaah’s Quran).

 

(Comment 2. The only thing in the heavens and the earth with the power to hear human prayer is Allaah the creator. Prayer to anything that has been created by Allaah such as Prophet Jesus (Isa) and dead human saints is idol worship and is forbidden by Allaah).

 

 

Quran 21:94 Ayah 21:94 Whoever does good deeds and is a believer (in Allaah) shall not have their deeds rejected. We (Allaah through Allaah’s angels) record (the good deeds) for them (so that they are rewarded).

 

Quran 21:95 Ayah 21:95 And it is prohibited to (the people) of a community which We (Allaah) have destroyed that they shall (ever) return (to this world again, nor repent to Allaah).

 

Quran 21:96 Ayah 21:96 When (the barrier against) Gog and Magog is opened and they descend from every elevation. – (Continued Quran 21:97).

(Comment 1. Gog meaning “mountain” is the ruler of an ancient people called Magog living north of the Crimea).

 

Quran 21:97 Ayah 21:97 – (It is a sign of the) True Promise (that the Day of Resurrection) is near. (And on that Day of Resurrection) the eyes of those who disbelieved shall stare (in terror, saying), “Misfortune is for us, we (lived while) not thinking about this (Day of Resurrection). We were wrong to do that.”

 

Quran 21:98 Ayah 21:98 You (stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia) and what (stone idols) you worship next to Allaah are the fuel for Hell (fire). That (Hell fire) is where you shall go (because you pray to idols that are created things instead of praying to Allaah who created every creation).

 

Quran 21:99 Ayah 21:99 If these (idols) had been gods, they would not have entered there (in Hell fire), and all (the stone idols and idol worshippers) shall live there (in Hell fire).

 

Quran 21:100 Ayah 21:100 In there (in Hell fire), wailing is their share (of existence in the Hereafter), and they shall hear nothing else.

 

Quran 21:101 Ayah 21:101 Those for whom goodness (righteousness) had been sent from Us ((Allaah), while they lived, they) shall be far removed (in the Hereafter) from there (from Hell fire).

 

Quran 21:102 Ayah 21:102 They (the righteous) shall not hear the slightest sound from there (from Hell fire) and they shall forever enjoy what they desire (in the Paradise of the Hereafter).

 

Quran 21:103 Ayah 21:103 The greatest terror (the Day of Resurrection) shall not grieve them (the righteous), and the angels shall meet them, (saying), “This is your Day (the Day of Resurrection) which you were promised.”

 

Quran 21:104 Ayah 21:104 The Day when We (Allaah) shall have completed the (purpose of the) heavens (and the earth) like a writer completes the writing of a book (meaning, when what has been created comes to an end), We (Allaah) shall repeat it (meaning, those who died shall be resurrected to a second creation). (It is) a promise (binding) on Us (Allaah). We (Allaah) shall do it.

 

Quran 21:105 Ayah 21:105 And We (Allaah) have written in the book (of Psalms (Az-Zabur) of Prophet David (Dawud) and) after (we had already written in the Preserved Tablet (al-Lawh)), that “My righteous servants shall inherit the land (the land of Paradise).”

 

(Comment 1. The Preserved Tablet is the preordained record from Allaah of what happened and what shall happen).

 

(Comment 2. Psalm (Mizmor) means Holy poetry in song with musical instruments.

Psalm (Holy poetry in song with musical instruments) is in the Safer Tehillim (The Book of Praise) of David (Prophet David (Dawud), the second king of Israel) in the Hebrew Bible (Jewish Bible, Old Bible, Old Testament).

 

The Palms (Mizmor) were chanted by both the Levites and the assembly of Hebrew (Jewish, Children of Israel) worshippers in ancient Israel.

The Levites were the descendants of Leah, the third son of Prophet Jacob (Yaqub, Israel)).

Prophet Moses (Musa) and Prophet Aaron (Harun) were Levites.

Prophet Aaron (Harun) became the first priest and the spiritual ancestor of Jewish priests.

The descendants of Prophet Moses (Musa) remained Levites, preparing animals for sacrifice and in charge of music.

 

The Psalm (Mizmor) is Holy poetry in song with musical instruments and was chanted by both the Levites and the assembly of Hebrew (Jews, Children of Israel) as they worshipped Allaah in ancient Israel.

The Psalms describe nearly every human emotion and are contained in the Old Testament (Old Bible).

 

Psalm chapter 37, The Psalms of Prophet David (Dawud), Old Testament (Old Bible, Jewish Bible, Hebrew Bible).

Jewish Bible Psalm 37:1 (A Psalm) of Prophet David (Dawud). Do not worry yourself because of evildoers, nor be envious against them who work wickedly.

Jewish Bible Psalm 37:2 For they shall soon wither like the grass, and fade like the green herb.

Jewish Bible Psalm 37:9 For evildoers shall be cut off but those that wait for the Lord (Allaah), they shall inherit the land.

Jewish Bible Psalm 37:10 And yet in a little while the wicked shall be no more; Yes, you shall look at his place closely and he shall be gone.

Jewish Bible Psalm 37:11 But the humble shall inherit the land, and delight themselves in the abundance of peace.

Jewish Bible Psalm 37:29 The righteous shall inherit the land (of Paradise) and live there forever.

 

 

Quran 21:106 Ayah 21:106 In this (Quran) is a message for people who worship Allaah.

 

Quran 21:107 Ayah 21:107 And We (Allaah) have not sent you (Prophet Muhammad) except as a mercy to the worlds (of the humans and the jinn).

 

Quran 21:108 Ayah 21:108 Say, “It is revealed to me that your Allaah is only One Allaah. Shall you then submit (to Allaah)?”

 

Quran 21:109 Ayah 21:109 But if they turn away (from this message that Allaah is only One Allaah), then say, “I have told you (the stone idol worshippers and the Christians and the Jews and the Muslims) all equally (what Allaah has revealed without favouring one group above another or by concealing Allaah’s revelations from anyone). And I do not know whether what you are promised (of the punishment of Allaah for turning away from Allaah) is near or far (away).”

(Comment 1. Quran 21:38 And they (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia) say, “When shall this promise (of punishment from Allaah be fulfilled), if you are truthful (that it shall happen)? 

 

Quran 21:110 Ayah 21:110 He (Allaah) knows what is said publicly and what you conceal (in your heart, meaning, Allaah knows what you really think).

 

Quran 21:111 Ayah 21:111 And I (Prophet Muhammad) do not know (what Allaah knows), maybe it (the delay in punishment to the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia) is a trial for you and an enjoyment for a while.

 

Quran 21:112 Ayah 21:112 He (Prophet Muhammad) said, “My Lord (Allaah) judge (between us) in truth (meaning, Allaah judge which one of us is speaking the truth about You (Allaah)). Our Lord (Allaah) is the Most Merciful, whose help is to be sought against that which (is false that) you (who are misguided) attribute (to Allaah by saying that Allaah has offspring such as a son or a daughter or a wife or Allaah’s prophet Muhammad is only a magician or Allaah’s revelation Quran is only poetry).

 

 

 The Surah 21 INDEX is in PART 2 on the next page. 


 

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

 

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

 

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