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34a. Al Quran surah 34. Why did Allah put Rabbinic Jewish literature in the Quran?

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                                                                 21 June 2014 (1435 AH).

 

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Al Quran surah 34. 

 

Why did Allah put Rabbinic Jewish literature in the Quran?

See Quran 34:12 – 34:14 comments

Prophet Solomon and the first Jewish Temple to Allah in Jerusalem (Al-Quds). 
See Quran 34:13 

The purpose of Satan is to show who truly believes in Allah. 
See Quran 34:21 

Nothing that Allah creates is Allah because Allah is the creator of every creation. 
See Quran 34:22


On the Day of Judgement there shall be no judgement made that is not according to what Allah has willed. 
See Quran 34:23 

Which is correct, praying to something that Allah created or praying to Allah the creator? Praying to the creator is the correct answer. 
See Quran 34:24 

On the Day of Judgement Allah’s judgement shall only be based on what each creation has done in their life. 
See Quran 34:25

Allah has no partners in making His (Allah’s) decisions. 
See Quran 34:27 

Why must you believe in the Quran, the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil))? 
If you do not believe in the Quran, the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil)) then you do not believe in Allah. 
See Quran 34:31 

The guidance of the Quran.
See Quran 34:32 

Praying to angels. 
No creation has the power of Allah to be able to hear pray. 
See Quran 34:41 

This (Quran) is only an invented lie. 
This (Quran) is clearly only magic. 
This (Quran) is only from a man who wants to turn you away from what your fathers used to worship. 
See Quran 34:43 

Prophet Muhammad is not mad
See Quran 34:46 

Allah is near to all Allah’s creations because Allah sustains each one. 
See Quran 34:50 

Those who disbelieve in Allah doubt Allah by rejecting the messengers of Allah. 
See Quran 34:54  

 

 

Information: Al Quran surah 34.

Order of Revelation: 58 (1 is the first revelation and 114 is the last revelation).

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

Number of Ayats: 54 ayat.

 

Al Quran.

Surah 34. 

Saba (Sheba).

Arabic interpretations of the Quran.

 

 

Al Quran Surah 34 Saba (Al-Saba', Saba', The Saba', The People of Saba’, The Sabeans) in Arabic. 

 

Surah : Ayah.

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

 

 

Quran 34:0 Ayah 34:0 In the name of Allah, The Most Kind, The Most Merciful.

 

Quran 34:1 Ayah 34:1 Praise is (owed) to Allah to whom belongs all that is in the heavens and on the earth and to Him (Allah) belongs (all) praise in the hereafter. He (Allah) is wise and aware (of everything).

 

Quran 34:2 Ayah 34:2 He (Allah) knows what enters the earth and what comes out of it (the earth), and what comes down from the heaven and what goes up to it (the heaven). He (Allah) is merciful and forgiving.

 

Quran 34:3 Ayah 34:3 Those who disbelieve say, “The Hour (of Judgement) shall never come to us.” Say, “No (you are wrong), in the name of my Lord (Allah), it (The Hour) is certainly coming to you. (Allah) knows the unseen (meaning, Allah knows what shall happen in the future, Allah knows what you do not know). In the heavens or in the earth, not even the weight of an ant, or less than that or greater (than that), escapes Him (Allah), which is not in a clear Record (Preserved Book (Page, Tablet, Book of decrees, al-Lawh al-Mahfuz)).”

 

Quran 34:4 Ayah 34:4 So that He (Allah) may reward those who believe (in Allah who is the creator of every creation) and (who) do good deeds. For them is forgiveness and an abundant provision (in Paradise).

 

Quran 34:5 Ayah 34:5 But those who strive against Our (Allah’s) revelations by trying to make them (Allah’s revelations) to fail, theirs shall be a painful punishment from the wrath (anger of Allah).

 

Quran 34:6 Ayah 34:6 Those who have been given knowledge see that what is revealed to you (Prophet Muhammad) from your Lord (Allah) is the truth and it guides to the path of (Allah the one who is) the greatest (in importance to every creation, guiding them to Allah who is) the owner of (all) praise.

 

Quran 34:7 Ayah 34:7 Those who disbelieve say (so as to ridicule), “Shall we show you a man (Prophet Muhammad) who shall tell you that even when you have been completely scattered as dust, you shall be created again?”

 

Quran 34:8 Ayah 34:8Has he (Prophet Muhammad) invented a lie about Allah or is he mad?” No (Prophet Muhammad does not invent lies nor has he any madness), but those who disbelieve in the Hereafter shall be in the punishment (of Hell in the Hereafter) and (are in) great error (in their lack of belief in Allah who created them).

 

Quran 34:9 Ayah 34:9 Do they not see what is in front (above) them and what is behind (below) them in the sky and the earth? If We (Allah) willed then the earth (below their feet) could swallow them or fragments from the sky (above them) could fall on them. In that surely is a sign for every servant who turns in repentance (to Allah).

 

Quran 34:10 Ayah 34:10 And certainly We (Allah) gave Prophet David (Dawud) bounty from Us (Allah), (saying), “Mountains and birds repeat with him (Prophet David (Dawud)) praises (to Us (Allah))! And We (Allah) made the (strong) iron (to be) flexible for him (Prophet David (Dawud)).

(Comment 1. Quran 24:41 Ayah 24:41 Have you not seen that Allah is the one whom all that are in the heavens and the earth exalt (including) the birds (while they are) with wings spread out (in their flight)? He (Allah) knows the prayer and the exaltation from each (creature) and Allah is aware of what they (Allah’s creatures) do.

 

 

Quran 34:11 Ayah 34:11 Saying (to Prophet David (Dawud)), “Make complete coats of mail (for protective body armor) and measure the links (exactly). And work righteously. I (Allah) see all that you do.”

 

Quran 34:12 Ayah 34:12 And to Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) (We made subject) the wind, where the (wind blowing in the) morning travels (the equivalent of a distance that would be) a month's journey and the wind blowing in the) evening travels (the equivalent of a distance that would be) a month's journey (meaning, in one day the wind allowed travelling the equivalent of a 2 month journey). And We (Allah) caused a fountain of brass to flow for him, and (Allah gave to Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman)) some jinn who by permission of his Lord (Allah) worked for him (Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman)). And those of them (jinn) that deviated from Our (Allah’s) command We (Allah) shall make to taste the punishment of the flame (in Hell in the hereafter).

 

(Comment 1. The power of King Solomon (Sulaiman) in Rabbinic Jewish literature is described in allegorical (abstract, emblematic, figurative, metaphorical, metaphoric, symbolic, not literal) terms.

The power of King Solomon (Sulaiman) in the Torah (Taurat) is described in everyday human terms.

Allah uses the stories in Rabbinic Jewish literature to show that the Quran is for the children of Israel.

If Allah only repeated what Allah had revealed in the Torah (Taurat) then the children of Israel might have said, “We thought the Quran was not for us because everything in the Quran was already with us in the Torah (Taurat).”

By including stories that are similar in style to the stories in Rabbinic Jewish literature which are not in the Torah (Taurat) Allah is calling the children of Israel with stories (hadith in the same style as were made by the rabbis among the children of Israel) and which would have been well known to the Jews of Yathrib (Medina, Madinah).

 

(Comment 2. The wind was subject to King Solomon (Sulaiman).

In Rabbinic Jewish literature King Solomon (Sulaiman) had dominion over all the creatures of the world. The most well known story to the Jews especially the Jewish children in Yathrib (Medina, Madinah) would have been the story of Solomon (Sulaiman) and the ant (Jellinek, l.c.v. 22et seq.).

In Rabbinic Jewish literature the story starts, "When Allah appointed Solomon (Sulaiman) king over every created thing, He (Allah) gave him a large carpet sixty miles long and sixty miles wide, made of green silk interwoven with pure gold and ornamented with figured decorations.

The flying carpet was surrounded by his four princes, Asaph bin Berechiah who was the prince of men, Ramirat who was the prince of the demons (jinn), a lion who was the prince of the animals, and an eagle who was the prince of the birds.

When King Solomon (Sulaiman) sat on the carpet he was caught by the wind and sailed through the air so quickly that he had breakfast in Damascus (today in Syria) and dinner in Media (today in Iran).

One day King Solomon (Sulaiman) was filled with pride because of his own greatness and wisdom and as a punishment the wind shook the carpet, throwing down 40,000 men.

King Solomon (Sulaiman) rebuked the wind for what it had done but the wind said that King Solomon (Sulaiman) should turn toward Allah and stop being proud of him self and so King Solomon (Sulaiman) felt very ashamed.”

"On another day while sailing on his flying carpet over a valley where there were many swarms of ants, King Solomon (Sulaiman) heard one ant say to the others,

“Enter your houses; otherwise the armies of King Solomon (Sulaiman) shall destroy you.”

The king asked why she spoke like that and she answered that she was afraid that if the ants looked at King Solomon’s (Sulaiman’s) armies they might be turned away from their duty of praising Allah, which would be disastrous to them. She added that, being the queen of the ants, she had given them the order to go into their home.

King Solomon (Sulaiman) wanted to ask her a question but she told him that it was not proper for the interrogator to be above and the interrogated to be below.

So King Solomon (Sulaiman) picked her up out of the valley but she then said it was not proper that he should sit on a throne while she remained on the ground.

King Solomon (Sulaiman) then put her on his hand and asked her whether there was any one in the world greater than he.

The ant replied that she was much greater than King Solomon (Sulaiman) otherwise Allah would not have sent him there to place her on his hand.

King Solomon (Sulaiman) was greatly angered and threw her down, saying, “Don’t you know who I am? I am Solomon (Sulaiman), the son of David (Dawud)”

She answered, “I know that you are created from a corrupted drop (of water, semen) so you should not be proud (because you are nothing more than what Allah has made you to be).” King Solomon (Sulaiman) was filled with shame, and fell on his face (prostrating to Allah, who is the creator and the ruler of every created thing). See http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=894&letter=S and read Solomon's Carpet.

 

(Comment 3. What is the purpose of Rabbinic Jewish literature?

Rabbinic Jewish literature is written by rabbis to describe talking animals in fantastic stories that use the famous people in the Bible to give a lesson or answer a moral or religious question.

These stories are made very fantastic to show people that they are not from the Torah.

In the story of King Solomon (Sulaiman) the lesson is do not think that you are superior to other people.

A child who is too young to have patience listening to the Torah (Taurat) has patience for a fantastic story.

 

(Comment 4. Allah has conferred a great honour on some of the rabbis who wrote Rabbinic Jewish literature by using their same style in the Quran.

This makes the Quran appealing to both the young and the old.

 

(Comment 5. By using Rabbinic Jewish literature in the Quran Allah uses allegorical (abstract, emblematic, figurative, metaphorical, metaphoric, symbolic, not literal) terms.

The purpose of figurative language is to use a style of language to explain something.

The rabbis were not teaching us that King Solomon (Sulaiman) really had a flying carpet or that King Solomon (Sulaiman) really talked to an ant or that King Solomon (Sulaiman) really commanded the jinn.

The rabbi wrote that fantastic story to capture our attention so that we can learn some moral or religious lesson.

 

(Comment 6. By using the style of Rabbinic Jewish literature in the Quran, Allah is teaching us that concepts such as Satan (Shaitan) are used as a way to help us understand good and evil.

Satan (Shaitan) can be used in allegorical (abstract, emblematic, figurative, metaphorical, metaphoric, symbolic, not literal) terms to help us understand good and evil.

Prophet Muhammad is reported to have said that each person has their own devil (Satan (Shaitan)) and that Prophet Muhammad made his devil (Satan (Shaitan)) to become a Muslim.

Allah has taught us about Satan (Shaitan) as a way in which humans can understand the difference between good and evil.

If you could do what Prophet Muhammad did by being inclined to only do what is good without a struggle to decide between whether to do what is good or what is evil then you could say that you have removed your evil desires and made your devil (Satan (Shaitan)) to become a Muslim.

Thinking of the devil (Satan (Shaitan)) in real terms which some today call superstition, or thinking of the devil in modern terms which some today call allegorical (abstract, emblematic, figurative, metaphorical, metaphoric, symbolic, not literal) both give us the same understanding to strive to do good and avoid to do evil.

Allah has included in the Quran both ways of looking at evil, the literal way where the devil (Satan (Shaitan)) is a real creature and the allegorical (abstract, emblematic, figurative, metaphorical, metaphoric, symbolic, not literal) way where the devil (Satan (Shaitan)) is a symbol for evil.

The importance of the devil (Satan (Shaitan)) is not weather he is a real or a figurative expression but weather we have learned Allah’s lesson to avoid evil and choose to do what is good.

A Muslim believes in the devil (Satan (Shaitan)) and Allah shows us that that such a belief can be in the form of a creature or in allegorical (abstract, emblematic, figurative, metaphorical, metaphoric, symbolic, not literal) terms whichever is easiest for you to understand.

Allah uses the devil (Satan (Shaitan)) as a way to teach us to do good and avoid evil.

Rabbinic Jewish literature in the Quran allows us to better understand the different ways Allah leads people to understand Allah’s lessons.

 

(Comment 7. At the battle of Badr, 310 Muslims faced 1,300 of the enemy.

Quran 8:9 Ayah 8:9 When you (the believers of Allah) asked for the help of your Lord (Allah), He (Allah) answered you (saying), “I (Allah) shall help you with a thousand from the angels, (sent to you) in ranks with one following the other (to fight with you in the battle of Badr).” 

Quran 3:123 Ayah 3:123 Allah had already given you victory at (the battle of) Badr (on the 17 Ramadan 2 AH (17 March 624 CE, 17 March 624 AD), when you were a small weak force. So fear Allah to show Him (Allah) your gratitude (your thanks).

Quran 3:124 Ayah 3:124 (Remember) when you (Prophet Muhammad) said to the faithful, "Is it not enough for you that your Lord (Allah) should help you with three thousand angels (that He (Allah) specially) sent down (to assist you in the battle)?"

Quran 3:125 Ayah 3:125 "If you are steadfast and on your guard and even if the enemy (the Stone idol worshippers from Mecca (Makkah)) comes rushing at you your Lord (Allah) shall help you with five thousand angels that have marks (of distinction in their service to Allah)."

 

The thousands of angels sent by Allah to defeat 1,300 men can also be understood as the allegorical (abstract, emblematic, figurative, metaphorical, metaphoric, symbolic, not literal) power of good against evil especial when you understand that one angel has the power to do everything that thousands of angels were sent to do.

That shows that angels can also be described in allegorical (abstract, emblematic, figurative, metaphorical, metaphoric, symbolic, not literal) terms.

The importance of the angels is not weather they are real or a figurative expression but weather we have learned Allah’s lesson to avoid evil and choose to do what is good.

A Muslim believes in Angels and Allah shows us that that such a belief can be in the form of a creature or in allegorical (abstract, emblematic, figurative, metaphorical, metaphoric, symbolic, not literal) terms whichever is easiest for you to understand.

 

(Comment 8. In the early history of humans the world was understood in supernatural terms and explanations were in the supernatural terms which people understood.

The style of the supernatural stories in the human written Rabbinic Jewish literature and the more natural explanations in Allah’s Torah (Taurat) are both contained in Allah’s Quran.

It was Allah who first revealed the stories to the rabbis that then appeared in the Rabbinic Jewish literature and it is Allah who sent Allah’s sign to the children of Israel by making their style of Rabbinic Jewish literature appear in the Quran as a sign that the Quran belongs to them.

The Quran contains elements of the Torah (Taurat), the Rabbinic Jewish literature and the Gospel (Injil) which was delivered to the stone idol worshippers, the Jews, the Christians and others in Arabia, today Saudi Arabia.

This is how Allah revealed Him self through Prophet Muhammad who is the last prophet from Allah.

 

(Comment 9. More about Rabbinic Jewish literature in Quran 34:13 – 34:14.

 

 

Quran 34:13 Ayah 34:13 They (the jinn helped) make for him (Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman)) whatever he wanted, (making) elevated buildings (The first Jewish temple to Allah in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) with palace and court yards on Mount Moriah (Mount Zion, Mountain of the house, the thrashing floor of King Araunah the Jebusite purchased by Prophet David (Dawud)) 762 metres (2,500 feet) above sea level), statues (such as the 12 brazen oxen that suspended the basin), basins as large as reservoirs (such as “the molten sea” for use in ablution by the Jewish priests) and fixed cauldrons (Brazen alter for animal sacrifices to Allah made from brass which is copper with tin or zinc). "Work O family of David, with gratitude (to Allah).” Few of My (Allah’s) servants are grateful.

 

(Comment 1. In Quran 34:12 comments we discussed how what is in Allah’s Torah (Taurat) is explained in a more normal way and what is in the human written Rabbinic Jewish literature uses super natural explanation. We said that the Quran includes both styles of explanation.

Allah does something new in the Quran by including in Allah’s final revelation to humankind the style of the human written Rabbinic Jewish literature.

Since Allah already revealed the Torah (Taurat) it is a great honour that Allah has chosen to included the style of human written Rabbinic Jewish literature in Allah’s final revelation to humankind.

The construction of the first Jewish temple of Allah in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) was revealed in the Torah (Taurat) as a human endeavour but this same construction is revealed in the Quran as a supernatural endeavour in the style of Rabbinic Jewish literature.

By this revelation Allah is not saying that the explanation in the Torah (Taurat) that humans built the first temple of Allah in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) by the efforts of humans is wrong.

What Allah always says is that what is in the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil) and the Quran is true because it is the word of Allah.

Allah is telling us that the word of Allah can be literal (factual, accurate, does not use symbols to represent a different meaning) such as in the Torah (Taurat) description of the construction of the first Jewish temple of Allah in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) or the word of Allah can be allegorical (abstract, emblematic, figurative, metaphorical, metaphoric, symbolic, not literal) such as when it uses the style of Rabbinic Jewish literature to describe of the construction of the first Jewish temple of Allah in Jerusalem (Al-Quds).

This revelation from Allah in the style of human written Rabbinic Jewish literature also means that sometimes what Allah reveals to us is partly real and accurate and partly allegorical (abstract, emblematic, figurative, metaphorical, metaphoric, symbolic, not literal).

This is confirmed by both the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil) which are also both regarded as partly real and accurate and partly allegorical (abstract, emblematic, figurative, metaphorical, metaphoric, symbolic, not literal).

 

(Comment 2.  Prophet Solomon (King Solomon, Sulaiman) 1632 – 1552 BH (1010 – 930 BCE, 1010 – 930 BC) ruled as the King of Israel from 1592 – 1552 BH (970 - 930 BCE, 970 - 930 BC).  King Solomon constructed the first Jewish Temple in 1582 BH (960 BCE, 960 BC).

 

(Comment 3. The site where the elevated buildings for the first Jewish temple to Allah would be built by Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) was on the land purchased by Prophet David (Dawud) in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) which was owned by King Araunah the Jebusite.  

The Jewish Bible, The Hebrew Bible, The Old Testament, Second Samuel 24:18 – 24:25 In that same place before Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) built the Temple, Prophet David (Dawud) had made his first sacrifice there of an oxen.

 

(Comment 4 The Jewish Bible, The Hebrew Bible, The Old Testament, First Kings 8:64 On the day of the opening of the first Jewish temple to Allah the number of animals to be sacrificed were too many for the fixed cauldron.

 

(Comment 5. The Jewish Bible, The Hebrew Bible, The Old Testament, First Kings 7:29 In the first Jewish temple to Allah there were images in the court yard for decoration such as lions, oxen and cherubim (an angel).

The Jewish Bible, The Hebrew Bible, The Old Testament, First Kings 7:33 Carving of wheels like chariot wheels.

The Jewish Bible, The Hebrew Bible, The Old Testament, First Kings 7:36 Images of Palm trees.

The Jewish Bible, The Hebrew Bible, The Old Testament, First Kings 7:42 Images of 4000 Pomegranate fruits.

 

(Comment 6. The “Molten Sea” was a large bowl shaped basin which stood in the court yard of the first Jewish temple built by Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) in Jerusalem (Al-Quds).

The Jewish Bible, The Hebrew Bible, The Old Testament, Second Chronicles 4:2 and First Kings 7:23 The “Molten Sea” rested on the backs of 12 bronze oxen.

 

(Comment 7. More about Rabbinic Jewish literature in the Quran chapter 27.

27 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-27-talking-ant-ants-bird-birds-in-the-quran   

27a Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-27-talking-ant-ants-bird-birds-in-al-quran  

27b Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-27-talking-bird-birds-ant-ants-in-al-quran  

 

(Comment 8. More about the Temples of Allah in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) see Quran chapter 17.

17 English https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-17-prophet-muhammad-in-jerusalem 

17a Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-17-prophet-muhammad-in-al-quds 

17b Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-17-prophet-muhammad-in-palestine

 

Also see The First Temple in Jerusalem. The Second Temple in Jerusalem. The Third Temple in Jerusalem.

The First Temple in Al-Quds. The Second Temple in Al-Quds. The Third Temple in Al-Quds.

The First Temple in Yerussalem. The Second Temple in Yerussalem. The Third Temple in Yerussalem.

The First Temple in Yerushalayim. The Second Temple in Yerushalayim. The Third Temple in Yerushalayim.

See in 5-11 to 5-15 in Who is to blame for the death of Jesus (Eesa, Eesaa, Eesaah, Eesah, Eessa, Eessaa, Eessaah, Eessah, Esa, Esaa, Esah, Esaah, Essa, Essaa, Essaah, Essah, Isa, Isâ, Isaa, Isah, Isaah, Issa, Issâ, Issah, Issaa, Issaah, Iesa, Iesaa, Iesah, Iessa, Iessaa, Iesus, Yasu, Yasuu, Yeshu, Yeshua, Yeshuaa, Jesus Christ, Jesus of Nazareth, Messiah Jesus, Jesus the Messiah, al-Masih, al-Masiih, el-Maseeh, Mashiah, Masiah, Messiah, Ibn Maary, Ibn Mary, Ibn Maryaam, Ibn Maryam, Ibn Miriam, Ibn Miriaam, Ibn Marium, Ibn Miryam, Son of Maary, Son of Mary, Son of Maryaam, Son of Maryam, Son of Miriam, Son of Miriaam, Son of Marium, Son of Miryam)?

309 English https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/who-is-to-blame-for-the-death-of-jesus  

309A Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/who-is-to-blame-for-the-death-of-isa   

309B Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/who-is-to-blame-for-the-death-of-prophet-hadhrat-hadrat-hazrat-isa-jesus

 

 

 

Quran 34:14 Ayah 34:14 And when We (Allah) decreed death for him (Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman)), nothing showed his death to them (the jinn) except a creature of the earth (a termite) which chewed away at his (Prophet Solomon’s (Sulaiman’s)) walking stick. And when he (Prophet Solomon’s (Sulaiman’s) dead body which was held up by his walking stick) fell (to the ground after the long time that it took a termite to chew his walking stick) the jinn saw clearly how, if they had known the unseen (that Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) had died a long time ago), they would not have continued in humiliating punishment (by working when Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) their master had died which shows that the jinn do not know what shall happen in the future).

 

(Comment 1. The meaning of the stick of Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman).

In a Rabbinic Jewish literature story of Solomon (Sulaiman), he said "I, Kohelet, was king over Israel in Jerusalem (Al-Quds)” (Eccl. i. 12, Hebr.), which show that when he (Solomon (Sulaiman)) uttered them he was no longer king. He gradually fell from the highest glory into the deepest misery. At first, Solomon (Sulaiman) reigned over the inhabitants of the upper world as well as over those of the lower (world); then only over the inhabitants of the earth; later over Israel only; then he retained only his bed and his stick; and finally his stick alone was left to him (Sanh. 20b).
See http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=894&letter=S and see the article called Solomon Loses His Kingship.

 

(Comment 2. More about Rabbinic Jewish literature in the Quran 34:12 and 34:13).

 

 

Quran 34:15 Ayah 34:15 For (the people of) Sheba (Saba) there was a sign (from Allah) in their homeland. (It was) two gardens on the right and on the left (and it was said to them) "Eat of the provision from your Lord (Allah) and be grateful to Him (Allah). (You have) a good land and a forgiving Lord (Allah).”

 

Quran 34:16 Ayah 34:16 But they (the people of Sheba (Saba)) turned away (from Allah) so We (Allah) sent against them a large flood, and We (Allah) exchanged their two (bountiful) gardens with gardens of bitter fruit and tamarisks (a shrub or tree with scale-like leaves and white or pink flowers that grows near water) and some lotus trees (a low thorny bush that grows near water).

 

Quran 34:17 Ayah 34:17 This (punishment) We (Allah) gave to them ((the people of Sheba (Saba))) because they were ungrateful (to Allah their creator). We (Allah) do not punish except those who are ungrateful (to Allah their creator).

 

Quran 34:18 Ayah 34:18 And We (Allah) placed between them ((the people of Sheba (Saba))) and the towns which We (Allah) had blessed, towns that were easily seen so as to make the stages (of the journey) between them easy (saying), "Travel between them (towns) safely in the night and in the day."

 

Quran 34:19 Ayah 34:19 But they ((the people of Sheba (Saba))) said (as a challenge to the existence of Allah), "Our Lord (Allah) make the stages between our journey longer," thereby doing wrong to themselves, so We (Allah) made them to be a story (that is an example to other people), and We (Allah) completely scattered them. In this are signs for all who are steadfast and grateful (to Allah their creator).

 

Quran 34:20 Ayah 34:20 And Satan (Shaitan) found that his belief concerning them ((humans), that it is easy to misguide humans) so they follow him (Satan (Shaitan)) was true, except for a group who were the believers (in Allah).

 

Quran 34:21 Ayah 34:21 And he (Satan (Shaitan)) has no authority over them (humans), except so that We (Allah) might make clear those who believe in the Hereafter from those who doubt it (the Hereafter) and your Lord (Allah) is the guardian over every thing.

(Comment 1. The purpose of Satan (Shaitan) is to show who truly believes in Allah).

(Comment 2. The purpose of the temptation to do evil is to show who truly believes in Allah).

 

Quran 34:22 Ayah 34:22 Say (Prophet Muhammad to the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia), “Call on those whom you (mistakenly) pray to instead of (correctly praying only to) Allah. They (the stone idols) do not even have (power equal to) the tiny weight of an ant in the (events in the) heavens or (in the events) on the earth, nor have they any partnership (with Allah in deciding what shall happen) in either (the heavens or the earth), nor has He (Allah) an assistant from among them (to whom you have any duty to pray)."

(Comment 1. Praying to anything that Allah has created is idol worship because only Allah the creator has the power to hear prayer.

(Comment 2. Anything or anyone who Allah has created is not a partner with Allah in deciding anything in the heavens and on the earth because only Allah the creator has any power to decide what happens in the heavens and on the earth.

(Comment 3. Allah the creator is independent of what is created. Nothing that Allah creates is Allah because Allah only creates creations. 

 

Quran 34:23 Ayah 34:23 No intercession (from the angels and others) shall benefit them (humans) except for whom He (Allah) allows (to receive such an intercession). And (on the Day of Judgement) when fear is removed from their hearts (meaning, the hearts of the angels who shall be allowed to intercede for humans), they (the angels shall) say (to each other), “What did your Lord (Allah) say?” They shall say, “The Truth (that it is Allah who is the only one who decides the Judgement of every creation on the Day of Judgement and there shall be no judgement made that is not according to what Allah has willed). He (Allah) is the highest and the greatest."

 

Quran 34:24 Ayah 34:24 Say (Prophet Muhammad to the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia), “Who gives you provision from the heaven and the earth?” Say, “Allah.” Then certainly you (who pray to created stone idols) or I (who pray to Allah the creator) are either rightly guided or in clear error.

(Comment 1. Which is correct, praying to something that Allah created or praying to Allah the creator? The creator is the correct answer). 

 

Quran 34:25 Ayah 34:25 Say, (Prophet Muhammad to the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia), "(On the Day of Judgement) you shall not be asked about what I did and neither shall I be asked about what you did (because Allah’s judgement shall only be based on what each creation has done in their life)."

(Comment 1. On the Day of Judgement Allah’s judgement shall only be based on what each creation has done in their life. 

 

Quran 34:26 Ayah 34:26 Say, “Our Lord (Allah) shall bring us all together (on the Day of Resurrection) and then He (Allah) shall judge between us with truth (with justice). He (Allah) is the Judge with all the wisdom.”

 

Quran 34:27 Ayah 34:27 Say (Prophet Muhammad to the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia), "Show me those to whom you (mistakenly) prayed instead of (correctly) praying to Him (Allah) as if they were a partner (of Allah). No (you cannot show any partner for Allah because Allah has no partners. Allah the creator decides everything Himself. Allah has no partners in making His (Allah’s) decisions) He (Allah) is (one) Allah (who decides everything alone. Allah the creator is) the greatest and the wisest."

 

Quran 34:28 Ayah 34:28 And We (Allah) have not sent you (Prophet Muhammad) except to all humanity to bring good news (of reward in the Hereafter for the good doer) and as a warner (of punishment in the Hereafter for the evil doer) but most of the people do not understand this (because they say). – (Continued Quran 34:29).

 

Quran 34:29 Ayah 34:29 – They say, "When is this promise (of the Day of Resurrection) if you are telling the true?"

 

Quran 34:30 Ayah 34:30 Say (Prophet Muhammad), “The promise to you is of a Day (of Resurrection) that you cannot delay nor hurry by even an hour.”

 

Quran 34:31 Ayah 34:31 And those who disbelieve (in Allah such as the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia) say, “We do not believe in this Quran or in what was before it (the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil)). (But in the Hereafter) if you could see, when the wrongdoers shall be brought before their Lord (Allah), how they shall blame one another and how those who were oppressed say to those who were arrogant, “Where it not for you (disbelieving in the Quran and the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil)) we would have been believers.”

 

(Comment 1. Why must you believe in the Quran, the Torah (Tawrah, Tawrat, Taurat, Tavrat) and the Gospel (Injil, Injeel, Enjil, Enjeel, Al-Enjeel))?

If you do not believe in the Quran, the Torah (Tawrah, Tawrat, Taurat, Tavrat) and the Gospel (Injil, Injeel, Enjil, Enjeel, Al-Enjeel)) then you do not believe in Allah.

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

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

If humans could change the word of Allah in the Torah (Taurat) or the Gospel (Injil) or the 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 34:32 Ayah 34:32 Those who were arrogant shall reply to those who were oppressed, “Did we (the arrogant) drive you (the oppressed) away from the guidance (of the Quran) after it had come to you? No (we (the arrogant) did not, so) you (the oppressed) were guilty (of disobedience to Allah)."

 

Quran 34:33 Ayah 34:33 Those who were oppressed shall say to those who were arrogant, No (you did not) but (you) plotted night and day when you commanded us to disbelieve in Allah and (mistakenly) pray to the creations (of Allah instead of correctly praying) to Him (Allah the creator). And they shall be filled with regret when they see the punishment (in the Hereafter); and We (Allah) shall put shackles on the necks of those who disbelieved. Are they (the arrogant) not paid (justly by Allah in their punishment) for anything except what they used to do (in their life)?

(Comment 1. Quran 17:60 “....We (Allah) warn (people) and make them afraid but it only increases them in nothing but greater disobedience against Allah.

 

Quran 34:34 Ayah 34:34 And We (Allah) did not sent to any town a warner where its prosperous people did not say, “We are disbelievers in that for which you have been sent.”

 

Quran 34:35 Ayah 34:35 And they (the prosperous people) say, “We have more (than the believers) in wealth and children. We shall not be punished.”

 

Quran 34:36 Ayah 34:36 Say (Prophet Muhammad), “My Lord (Allah) increases provision for whom He (Allah) wills and restricts it (for whom Allah wills). But most people do not understand this (because)." – (Continued 34:37).

 

Quran 34:37 Ayah 34:37 ­ It is not your wealth or your children that shall bring you close to Us (Allah), but the person who believes and does good (is closer to Allah). Theirs shall be a double reward for what they did and they shall live secure in the upper dwellings (in Paradise).

 

Quran 34:38 Ayah 34:38 Those who strive against Our (Allah’s) revelations by trying to make them (Allah’s revelations) to fail, they shall be brought to the punishment (of Hell in the Hereafter).

 

Quran 34:39 Ayah 34:39 Say, "My Lord (Allah) increases provision for whom He (Allah) wills of His (Allah’s) servants and restricts it for him. And whatever you spend (for good) He (Allah) replaces it. He (Allah) is the best of providers."

 

Quran 34:40 Ayah 34:40 And on the day (of Resurrection) when He (Allah) shall gather them all together, He (Allah) will say to the angels, “Did these (people) pray to you?”

 

Quran 34:41 Ayah 34:41 They (the angels) shall say, “You (Allah) are exalted (far above everything that is created). (Only) You (Allah) are our guardian, not those (people). No (those people would have been wrongdoers if they prayed to us because no creation has the power of Allah to be able to hear pray), instead when they prayed it was to those jinn (who show which people are misguided), most of them (the misguided people) were believers in them (the misguided among the jinn)."

 

Quran 34:42 Ayah 34:42 On that day (of Judgement) you (people) shall have no power to benefit or harm anyone. And We (Allah) shall say to those who did wrong, “Taste the punishment of the Fire which you used to deny (really existed).”

 

Quran 34:43 Ayah 34:43 When Our (Allah’s) revelations are clearly recited to them (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia), they say, “This (Quran) is only from a man who wants to turn you away from what your fathers used to worship” and they say, “This (Quran) is only an invented lie.” When they hear the truth (the Quran), those who disbelieve (in Allah) say, “This (Quran) is clearly only a fraud (deception).”

 

Quran 34:44 Ayah 34:44 And We (Allah) have given them (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia) no scriptures which they study or sent to them any warner before you (Prophet Muhammad).

 

Quran 34:45 Ayah 34:45 And those (who lived in the past) before them disbelieved; these (stone idol worshippers in Mecca Arabia) have not received a tenth (10 percent) of what We (Allah) had granted to those (people in the past in miracles and signs as described in the Quran): yet they (the people in the past who saw the miracles and signs described in the Quran) rejected My (Allah’s) messengers, how terrible was My (Allah’s) disapproval (of them). – (Continued Quran 34:46).

 

Quran 34:46 Ayah 34:46 Say (Prophet Muhammad), “I call for you to only do one thing, devote yourselves for the sake of Allah (by praying to Allah) in pairs and individually and then by thinking (about what your creator has revealed).” In your companion (Prophet Muhammad) there is no madness. He (Prophet Muhammad) is only a warner to you before a great punishment.

 

Quran 34:47 Ayah 34:47 Say (Prophet Muhammad), “Whatever reward I (Prophet Muhammad) might ask of you is yours (because I do not need it). My reward is only from Allah. He (Allah) is the witness over all things.”

 

Quran 34:48 Ayah 34:48 Say (Prophet Muhammad), “My Lord (Allah) sends the truth. (Allah) knows about all unseen things (such as the future and everything that you do not know).”

 

Quran 34:49 Ayah 34:49 Say (Prophet Muhammad), “The Truth (the word of Allah) has come and falsehood shall be removed (by the truth in Allah’s Quran) and shall not comeback (because Allah protects the truth in Allah’s Quran)."

 

Quran 34:50 Ayah 34:50 Say, “If I go astray (from Allah) it is only my own loss, and if I am rightly guided (by Allah) it is because of what my Lord (Allah) has revealed to me. He (Allah) hears all and is near (to all Allah’s creations because Allah sustains every creature).”

 

Quran 34:51 Ayah 34:51 If you could see (in the Hereafter) when they (who were astray from Allah) shall be scared with no escape (on the day of resurrection), and are seized (to be together in Hell fire with others who had disbelieved in Allah).

 

Quran 34:52 Ayah 34:52 And they (who disbelieved in Allah) shall say (in the Hereafter), “(Now) we believe in it (Allah). But how can they (who disbelieved in Allah) receive (faith and then repent and then be forgiven by Allah) from a far away place (which was their past life on earth that shall never be repeated and where they had rejected Allah, and rejected repentance and rejected forgiveness)."

 

Quran 34:53 Ayah 34:53 And they (who disbelieved in Allah) had already disbelieved in it (Allah) before and had ridiculed the unseen (the existence of the Hereafter) from a far away place (which was their past life on earth that shall never be repeated and where they had rejected Allah, and rejected repentance and rejected forgiveness).

 

Quran 34:54 Ayah 34:54 And a barrier shall be between them (who had disbelieved in Allah on earth) and that which they desire (to repent to Allah in the Hereafter), as was done for people of their kind (other disbelievers) in the past (who rejected Allah on earth and where punished by Allah while they were still living on the earth). They (who had disbelieved in Allah on earth) were clearly in doubt (of Allah by rejecting the messengers of Allah).

(Comment 1. Those who disbelieve in Allah clearly doubt Allah by rejecting the messengers of Allah.

 

 


 

 

Index:

Al Quran Surah 34 Saba (Al-Saba', Saba', The Saba', The People of Saba’, The Sabeans) in Arabic.

 

 

A

 

Allah (Allaah, God).

Allah has no partners in making His decisions 34:27

Allah is near to all Allah’s creations because Allah sustains each one 34:50

Allah only creates creations 34:22

Nothing that Allah creates is Allah 34:22

 

Angels.

Intercession from the angels 34:23

Praying to angels 34:41

 

B

 

 

C

 

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

If you do not believe in the Quran, the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil)) then you do not believe in Allah 34:31

Prophet David (King David, Dawud, Dawood, Dawid, David Hamelech) see David.

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

Prophet Solomon (King Solomon, Sulaiman, Sulayman, Suleiman, Suleman, Sulaimaan, Shlomo Hamelech) see Solomon.

See Gospel.

Why must you believe in the Quran, the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil))? 34:31

 

Creation.

Allah is near to all Allah’s creations because Allah sustains each one 34:50

 

D

 

David (Prophet David, King David, Dawud, Dawood, Dawid, David Hamelech, meaning “Dearly loved”, the second king of Israel).

Prophet David and chain mail coats 3:11

Prophet David, the mountains, the birds and iron 3:10

 

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

Judgement on the Day of Resurrection 34:26

On the Day of Judgement Allah’s judgement shall only be based on what each creation has done in their life 34:25

On the Day of Judgement there shall be no judgement made that is not according to what Allah has willed 34:23

 

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

Judgement on the Day of Resurrection 34:26

 

E

 

 

F

 

Future.

Allah knows what shall happen in the future 34:3

 

G                                                      

 

God.

See Allah.

 

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

If you do not believe in the Quran, the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil)) then you do not believe in Allah 34:31

Why must you believe in the Quran, the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil))? 34:31

 

Greatest.

The greatest (in importance to every creation) 33:6

 

H

 

Hadith (stories from humans about Prophet Muhammad and the early Muslims) that show the sunnah (the examples of what Prophet Muhammad and the early Muslims said or did). Hadith that correctly adds to our understanding of Allah’s Quran is a blessing. Hadith that adds to the Quran something that is against what Allah has revealed in Allah’s Quran is a hadith from Satan (Shaitan) to test who believes Allah’s Quran and who believes something that is against what Allah has revealed in Allah’s Quran. This is the same test Allah made for the Christians in the Gospel (Injil) to test who believed the hadith (story from humans) that Prophet Jesus (Isa) was Allah and who reject Satan (Shaitan) and only believe what Allah revealed in the Gospel (Injil) where Prophet Jesus (Isa) always prayed to Allah like every prophet before him had done and never claimed he was Allah and said another messenger (“the comforter” in the Gospel of John (Injil of John) 14:16, 15:26, 16:7 – 16:15) would come after him like every prophet before him had promised. Like Prophet Elijah (Elias) who was raised by Allah into heaven in the Torah (Taurat) so also was Prophet Jesus (Isa) raised by Allah into heaven in the Gospel (Injil). 

Rabbinic Jewish literature in the Quran 34:12 – 34:14 comments

 

I

 

Idol worship.

Which is correct, praying to something that Allah created or praying to Allah the creator? The creator is correct 34:24

 

Intercession.

Intercession from the angels 34:23

 

J

 

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

If you do not believe in the Quran, the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil)) then you do not believe in Allah 34:31

Prophet David (King David, Dawud, Dawood, Dawid, David Hamelech) see David.

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

Prophet Solomon (King Solomon, Sulaiman, Sulayman, Suleiman, Suleman, Sulaimaan, Shlomo Hamelech) see Solomon.

See Rabbinic Jewish literature.

See Torah.

Why must you believe in the Quran, the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil))? 34:31

 

Jerusalem (Al-Quds meaning “The Holy One”, Urshalim-Al-Quds, Baitul-Maqdis, Yerussalem, Yerushalayim in Israel and Palestine). 

The first Jewish Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) 34:13

 

Jinn.

Punishment to the disobedient among the jinn 34:12

The jinn do not know the future 34:14

 

K

 

 

L

 

Lotus tree.

Lotus tree in Sheba (Saba) 34:16

 

M

 

Messenger (of Allah).

Those who disbelieve in Allah clearly doubt Allah by rejecting the messengers of Allah 34:54

 

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

Prophet Muhammad is not mad 34:46

Prophet Muhammad was sent to all mankind 34:28

Prophet Muhammad was sent to the idol worshippers of Mecca (Makkah), Arabia 34:44

 

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

If you do not believe in the Quran, the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil)) then you do not believe in Allah 34:31

Prophet David (King David, Dawud, Dawood, Dawid, David Hamelech) see David.

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

Prophet Solomon (King Solomon, Sulaiman, Sulayman, Suleiman, Suleman, Sulaimaan, Shlomo Hamelech) see Solomon.

See Quran.

Why must you believe in the Quran, the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil))? 34:31

 

N

 

 

O

 

 

P

 

People.

People of Sheba 34:15

 

Praise.

Praise is (owed) to Allah 34:1

 

Praying.

Praying to angels 34:41

Which is correct, praying to something that Allah created or praying to Allah the creator? The creator is correct 34:24

 

Preserved Book (Book of decrees, Clear Record, Clear Register, Mother of the Book, Preserved Page, Preserved Slate, Preserved Record, Preserved Tablet, al-Lawh al-Mahfuz, Al-Mahfooz, al-Mahfuth, the preordained record that is with Allah of what happened and what shall happen).

Clear Record 34:3

 

Prophet (prophets).

Hadhrat David (King David, Dawud, Dawood, Dawid, David Hamelech) see David.

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

Hadhrat Solomon (King Solomon, Sulaiman, Sulayman, Suleiman, Suleman, Sulaimaan, Shlomo Hamelech) see Solomon.

Hazrat David (King David, Dawud, Dawood, Dawid, David Hamelech) see David.

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

Hazrat Solomon (King Solomon, Sulaiman, Sulayman, Suleiman, Suleman, Sulaimaan, Shlomo Hamelech) see Solomon.

Prophet David (King David, Dawud, Dawood, Dawid, David Hamelech) see David.

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

Prophet Solomon (King Solomon, Sulaiman, Sulayman, Suleiman, Suleman, Sulaimaan, Shlomo Hamelech) see Solomon.

Those who disbelieve in Allah clearly doubt Allah by rejecting the messengers of Allah 34:54

 

Punishment.

Punishment from Allah to those who are ungrateful (to Allah their creator) 34:17

 

Q

 

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

If you do not believe in the Quran, the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil)) then you do not believe in Allah 34:31

The guidance of the Quran 34:32

This (Quran) is clearly only magic 34:43

This (Quran) is only an invented lie 34:43

This (Quran) is only from a man who wants to turn you away from what your fathers used to worship 34:43

Why must you believe in the Quran, the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil))? 34:31

 

R

 

Rabbinic Jewish literature.

Rabbinic Jewish literature in the Quran 34:12 – 34:14 comments

 

S

 

Satan (Shaitan, Shayatin, Shaytan, Shaaytan, Devil, meaning the one who is cured because he has lost the mercy of Allah. Known as Eblis, Iblees, and Iblis before he sinned against Allah. He is the father of the jinn who was created from smokeless fire).

Satan found that it is easy to misguide humans 34:20

The purpose of Satan is to show who truly believes in Allah 34:21

 

Sheba (Saba, Shebah, Sabeans in south western Arabia, today in Yemen and Saudi Arabia).

People of Sheba 34:15 – 34:19

 

Solomon (Prophet Solomon, King Solomon, Sulaiman, Sulayman, Suleiman, Suleman, Sulaimaan, Shlomo Hamelech, Solomon means “peace of the Lord”, son of David and Bath-sheba, the third king of Israel).

Destruction of the first Jewish Temple in Jerusalem that had been built by Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman).

Prophet Solomon, wind, jinn and copper 34:12

Prophet Solomon and the first Jewish Temple to Allah in Jerusalem 34:13

 

T

 

Tamarisks.

Tamarisks in Sheba (Saba).

 

Temple (Jewish Temple, Bet Hamikdash, the Temple Mount, the sanctuary, Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds), Holy Temple, House of the Holy, the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) today Israel and Palestine. King Solomon (Sulaiman) constructed the first Jewish Temple around 1582 BH (960 BCE, 960 BC) in Jerusalem (Al-Quds), Israel. The first Jewish Temple Jerusalem (Al-Quds) was destroyed in 1209 BH (587 BCE 587 BC) by King Nebuchadnezzar of the Babylonian Empire (today in Iraq). The second Jewish Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) was built on the site of the destroyed first Jewish Temple in 1137 BH (515 BCE 515 BC)). The second Jewish Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) was destroyed in 569 BH (70 CE 70 AD) by the Roman empire.

The first Jewish Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) 33:13

 

Torah (Tawrah, Tawrat, Taurat, Tavrat) in the Old Bible (Old Testament, Hebrew Bible, Jewish Bible). The Scripture of the Torah (Taurat) of Prophet Moses (Musa) is the first five chapters in the Old Bible called Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. Torah means the teachings from Allah or Divine teaching. The revelations of the other prophets of Allah (“The Prophets”) and their writings (“The Writings”) are included in the Old Bible with the Torah (Taurat) as they were in the time of Prophet Muhammad and as they are today and all the revelations from Prophet Moses (Musa) and the other prophets are in one book called the Holy Scriptures. “The Torah” meaning “The Law”. If you do not believe in the Quran, the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil)) then you do not believe in Allah 34:31

Why must you believe in the Quran, the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil))? 34:31

 

U

 

 

V

 

 

W

 

Wrath.

Anger of Allah 34:5

 

X

 

 

Y

 

 

Z

 

 


 

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

 

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

 

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