08. Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham in Quran chapter 37.


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The sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in Quran chapter 37 (Quran 37:98 – 37:113).

 

 

 

 

Quran chapter 37.

 (Quran 37:98 – 37:113).

The sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim.

 (Comments are in brackets).

 

 

 

Quran 37:98 Verse 37:98 And they (the idol worshippers where Prophet Abraham Ibrahim lived with his father) made a plan against him (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim), but We (God) made them the humiliated (by them being unsuccessful in their efforts to kill Prophet Abraham Ibrahim).

Comment 1. Prophet Abraham Ibrahim leaves his father. 

  


Quran 37:99 Verse 37:99 And he (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) said, I am going to (pray to) my Lord (God) who shall guide me.

Explain Quran 37:99 Verse 37:99 The story of the Good News son Prophet Isaac Ishaq is in Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51. 

Quran 37:99 is Quran 19:46 – 19:49.


Comment 1. Prophet Abraham Ibrahim leaves his father and prays to God.

Quran 37:99 is Quran 19:46 – 19:49.

Prophet Abraham Ibrahim moved away from his father and the idol worshippers and prayed to God.

Quran 19:46 Verse 19:46 He (Terah, the father of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) said, “Are you rejecting my gods Abraham Ibrahim? If you do not stop (rejecting my gods) then I shall surely stone you (to death) so go away from me for a long time.”

Quran 19:47 Verse 19:47 He (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) said, “Peace to you (my father Terah). I shall ask forgiveness of my Lord (God) for you (my father Terah). He (God) is always merciful to me.”

Quran 19:48 Verse 19:48 “I (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) shall go away from you (my father Terah) and the (stone idols) to which you pray, instead (of praying to) God (as you should), and I shall pray to my Lord (God). It may be that, in prayer to my Lord (God), I shall not be unblessed (meaning, I shall not be unhappy with what God gives to me).”

Quran 19:49 Verse 19:49 So, when he (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) had gone away from them (his father and his idol worshipping community) and that which they were worshipping (the stone idols) instead of (praying to) God (as they should), We (God) gave him Isaac Ishaq and Jacob Yaqub. Each of them We (God) made a prophet.

Note 1. Prophet Abraham Ibrahim moved away from his father and prayed to God. 

God gave him Prophet Isaac Ishaq in Quran 19:46 – 19:49.

Prophet Isaac Ishaq is named in Quran 19:49 at the start of what would become the Good News story.

The good news story of Prophet Isaac Ishaq is spread out across Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51.

 


Quran 37:100 Verse 37:100 (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim said) “My Lord (God), Grant me a righteous (son)."

Explain Quran 37:100 Verse 37:100 The story of the Good News son Prophet Isaac Ishaq is in Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51. 

Quran 37:100 is Quran 19:46 – 19:49.


Comment 1. Prophet Abraham Ibrahim leaves his father and prays to God. 

Quran 37:100 is Quran 19:48

Prophet Abraham Ibrahim moved away from his father and the idol worshippers and prayed to God. 

Quran 19:48 Verse 19:48 “I (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) shall go away from you (my father Terah) and the (stone idols) to which you pray, instead (of praying to) God (as you should), and I shall pray to my Lord (God). It may be that, in prayer to my Lord (God), I shall not be unblessed (meaning, I shall not be unhappy with what God gives to me).”


Comment 2. Prayer before the sacrifice.

The prayer before the flood in Quran 37:75 is the same verse structure as the prayer before the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in Quran 37:100 


Comment 3. Who is the righteous son?

Who is the righteous son that God gives to Prophet Abraham Ibrahim?

Quran 37:100 Verse 37:100 (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim said) “My Lord (God), Grant me righteous (son)."

Quran 37:101 Verse 37:101 So We (God through His angles) gave him (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) the good news of a forbearing (meaning patient, not complaining) son (Prophet Isaac Ishaq who is also unnamed in Quran 15:53, 15:54, 15:55 and 51:28 because good news is always the name God gives to Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51).

Note 1. The righteous son in Quran 37:100 is the good news son God gives to Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in Quran 37:101.


Quran 37:102 Verse 37:102 And (then, therefore, so)when he (the “good news son” in Quran 37:101 Prophet Isaac Ishaq who is also unnamed in Quran 15:53, 15:54, 15:55 and 51:28 because good news is always the name God gives to Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran) was old enough to work with him (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim), he (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) said, "O my son (Prophet Isaac Ishaq), I see in a dream that I am slaughtering (sacrificing) you, (my son) so look (at my dream as remembered in Quran 12:6 and 38:45 and showing three verses later in Quran 38:48 that it was not Prophet Ishmael Ismail by blessing Prophet Ishmael Ismail without his father and without the power of vision and so God decreed those revelations in Quran chapter 38 after the story of the sacrifice in Quran chapter 37 to guide by God’s word those who understand what God is teaching. Those who understand are guided by the words of God. Those who do not understand are misguided by the words of humans. So look) what (do) you see (what do you think about my dream)?" He (Prophet Isaac Ishaq) said, "O my father, do as you are commanded, God willing you shall find me patience (not complaining, forbearing as in Quran 37:101).”

Note 1. The righteous son in Quran 37:100 is the good news son God gives to Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in Quran 37:101 and in Quran 37:102 when that son is old enough to work with him they both understand the vision in a dream that showed he will be sacrificed.


Quran 37:112 Verse 37:112 And We (God) gave him (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) the good news of Isaac Ishaq, a prophet of the righteous.

Note 1. The righteous son in Quran 37:100 is the good news son God gives to Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in Quran 37:101 and when that son is old enough to work with him they both understand the vision in a dream that showed he will be sacrificed. After God has blessed Prophet Abraham Ibrahim God then confirms in Quran 37:112 that the righteous good new son that God gave to Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in Quran 37:101 for the sacrifice is Prophet Isaac Ishaq.


Quran 37:113 Verse 37:113 We (God) blessed him (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) and Prophet Isaac Ishaq but of their offspring (the generations of children who come after him) are some that do good (to their souls) and some that do wrong to themselves (to their souls).

Note 1. God blesses the father and son in the story of the sacrifice in Quran 37:113.

Note 2. God blesses both the father and the righteous good news son together in the story of the sacrifice in Quran 37:113.

Note 3. The righteous son that Prophet Abraham Ibrahim asked for in Quran 37:100 and was given by God as the good news son to Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in Quran 37:101 and in Quran 37:102 when he was old enough to work with Prophet Abraham Ibrahim they both understood the meaning of the vision in the dream of the sacrifice. 

In Quran 37:112 God tells us that Prophet Isaac Ishaq is the name of the righteous son that Prophet Abraham Ibrahim prayed for in Quran 37:100 and which God gave to Prophet Abraham Ibrahim with the name the good news son in Quran 37:101. The story of the good news son Prophet Isaac Ishaq is spread across Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51

 


Quran 37:101 Verse 37:101 So We (God through His angles) gave him (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) the good news of a forbearing (meaning patient, not complaining) son (Prophet Isaac Ishaq who is also unnamed in Quran 15:53, 15:54, 15:55 and 51:28 because good news is always the name God gives to Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51).

Explain Quran 37:101 Verse 37:101 The story of the Good News son Prophet Isaac Ishaq is in Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51. 

Quran 37:101 is in Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51 where the angels of God give Prophet Abraham Ibrahim the good news of the son Prophet Isaac Ishaq. 

Note 1. Prophet Ishmael Ismail was a natural birth which was agreed between Sarah, Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Hagar Hajar. This is expected good news 9 months after sexual intercourse among humans but in the Quran God never uses the words good news as a name for Prophet Ishmael Ismail.

In the Quran God did not give Prophet Abraham Ibrahim news about Prophet Ishmael Ismail because this was a matter in which humans agreed among themselves and human birth is normally expected 9 months later.

Note 2. The angels of God brought the unexpected good news that God had decreed the birth of Prophet Isaac Ishaq in a miracle birth at a time when Sarah would be 90 years old and Prophet Abraham Ibrahim would be 100 years old. 

God in the Quran uses the words good news as the name for Prophet Isaac Ishaq throughout the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in Quran chapter 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51.

In the Quran God gave Prophet Abraham Ibrahim good news about what God had decreed in a matter about which humans had no knowledge. This is why God uses the words good news in the Quran as the name of Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story.


Comment 1. Who is the unnamed good news son in Quran 37:101?

The unnamed good news son is also unnamed in Quran 15:53, 15:54, 15:55 and 51:28 because good news is always the name God gives to Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran.

Quran 15:53 Verse 15:53 They (the angels) said, “Do not be afraid. We (the angels) bring you good news (of the birth) of a knowledgeable son.”

Quran 15:54 Verse 15:54 He (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) said, “Do you bring me good news (of a son) when old age has overtaken me? What do you bring (that is) good news?" 

Quran 15:55 Verse 15:55 They (the angels) said, “We truly bring you good news so do not despair.”

Quran 51:28 Verse 51:28 Then he (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) felt a fear of them (the travelers who were really angels). They (the angels) said, “Do not fear” and gave him good news of (the birth of) a knowledgeable son.

Note 1. God uses the words good news four times without naming the son in Quran 15:53, 15:54, 15:55 and 51:28 because good news is always the name God gives to Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran.

Note 2. Since God has used good news four times without naming the son as the name of Prophet Isaac Ishaq it is clear that the unnamed good news son in Quran 37:101 is also Prophet  Isaac Ishaq.

Good news is always the name God gives to Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran.

Comment 2. Prophet Abraham Ibrahim leaves his father and prays to God. 

Quran 37:101 is Quran 19:49.

Prophet Isaac Ishaq is named in Quran 19:49 at the start of what would become the Good News story.

The good news story of Prophet Isaac Ishaq is spread out across Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51.

Quran 19:49 Verse 19:49 So, when he (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) had gone away from them (his father and his idol worshipping community) and that which they were worshipping (the stone idols) instead of (praying to) God (as they should), We (God) gave him Isaac Ishaq and Jacob Yaqub. Each of them We (God) made a prophet.

Comment 3. Why is good news the name of Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran?

Who is the good news son in Quran 37:101?  

“Good news” refers to the angels of God who delivered the “good news” to Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and his wife Sarah telling them “the good news” that they shall have a son called Prophet Isaac Ishaq. This is why God uses good news as the name for Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

The angels of God gave news of the promise of a son to Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Sarah Sara one year before Prophet Isaac’s Ishaq’s birth when Sarah would be 90 years old and Prophet Abraham Ibrahim would be 100 years old in Taurat Torah Genesis 17:17 and 21:5. This miracle birth of a son promised by God is why God uses the words “good news” as the name of Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran including the story of the sacrifice of the good news son Prophet Isaac Ishaq in Quran chapter 37.

In Quran 37:112 God tells us “the good news” son is Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

 

In the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran “the good news son” is always Prophet Isaac Ishaq

“The good news son” in the story of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim is found in these 6 chapters of the Quran.

Quran chapter 11 in Quran 11:69 – 11:74 where the good news son is in verse 11:69, 11:71, 11:74.

Quran chapter 15 in Quran 15:51 – 15:60 where the good news son is in verse 15:53, 15:54, 15:55.

Quran chapter 19 in Quran 19:46 – 19:49 where the good news son is in verse 19:49.

Quran chapter 29 in Quran 29:26 – 29:34 where the good news son is in verse 29:27, 29:31.

Quran chapter 37 in Quran 37:98 – 37:113 where the good news son is in verse 37:101, 37:112, 37:113.

Quran chapter 51 in Quran 51:24 – 51:37 where the good news son is in verse 51:28.

 

The “good news” son in the Quran is used as the name of Prophet Isaac Ishaq. 

Quran chapter 11 uses the good news son 3 times and is named in verse 11:69, 11:71, 11:74 as Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

Quran chapter 15 uses the good news son 4 times but is not named in verse 15:53, 15:54, 15:55 is Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

Quran chapter 19 is named in verse 19:49 as Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

Quran chapter 29 uses the good news son 1 time and is named in verse 29:27, 29:31 as Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

Quran chapter 51 uses the good news son 1 time but is not named in verse 51:28 is Prophet Isaac Ishaq.  

 

God shows in Quran chapter 11, 15, 19, 29 and 51 that in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story the good news son is the name given by God to Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

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

In Quran chapter 37 God mentions “the good news” son 2 times.

Since God already used the “good news” son 9 times to mean Prophet Isaac Ishaq in Quran chapter 11, 15, 19, 29 and 51 it is clear that in Quran chapter 37 the two uses of “the good news” son both refer to Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29 and 51 introduce Prophet Isaac Ishaq as “the good news son” and then Quran chapter 37 continues the story of “the good news son.”

No where in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran does God use the word “the good news son” to be the name of anyone except Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

The good news son in Quran 37:101 is Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

For those who do not know that God always calls Prophet Isaac Ishaq “the good news son” in the story of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim, God confirms this in Quran 37:112 by showing that the name of the “good news son” in the story of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim is always Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

Quran 37:101 is repeated in Quran 37:112 to confirm that “the good news son” in the sacrifice is Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

Quran 37:101 where Prophet Isaac Ishaq is unnamed is repeated in Quran 37:112 where Prophet Isaac Ishaq is named to confirm that “the good news son” is the story of Prophet Isaac Ishaq and to confirm that good news is the name given by God in the Quran to Prophet Isaac Ishaq..

 


Quran 37:102 Verse 37:102 And (then, therefore, so)when he (the “good news son” in Quran 37:101 Prophet Isaac Ishaq who is also unnamed in Quran 15:53, 15:54, 15:55 and 51:28 because good news is always the name God gives to Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran) was old enough to work with him (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim), he (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) said, "O my son (Prophet Isaac Ishaq), I see in a dream that I am slaughtering (sacrificing) you, (my son) so look (at my dream as remembered in Quran 12:6 and 38:45 and showing three verses later in Quran 38:48 that it was not Prophet Ishmael Ismail by blessing Prophet Ishmael Ismail without his father and without the power of vision and so God decreed those revelations in Quran chapter 38 after the story of the sacrifice in Quran chapter 37 to guide by God’s word those who understand what God is teaching. Those who understand are guided by the words of God. Those who do not understand are misguided by the words of humans. So Look) what (do) you see (what do you think about my dream)?" He (Prophet Isaac Ishaq) said, "O my father, do as you are commanded, God willing you shall find me patience (not complaining, forbearing as in Quran 37:101).”  

Explain Quran 37:102 Verse 37:102 The story of the Good News son Prophet Isaac Ishaq is in Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51. 

Quran 37:102 describes what happened when the good news son Prophet Isaac Ishaq was old enough to work with Prophet Abraham Ibrahim.


Comment 1. Who is the “good news" in Quran 37:101 who is sacrificed in Quran 37:102?”

See Quran 37:101 comments.

Comment 2. Who is “he” in Quran 37:102?

The first word of Quran 37:102 is “And (then, therefore, so) when.”

“And (then, therefore, so) when” is used to connect two sentences together. 

“And (then, therefore, so) when” connects Quran 37:101 and Quran 37:102 together.

In Quran 37:102 “And (then, therefore, so), when he was old enough to work……”

“He” refers to the son in Quran 37:101.

Quran 37:101 is “the good news” and forbearing (meaning patient) son.

In Quran 37:102 And, when he was old enough to work with him (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) …"

God tells us that the “He” in Quran 37:102 is “the good news” and the forbearing (meaning patient) son Prophet Isaac Ishaq in Quran 37:101.

He” in Quran 37:102 is Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

Comment 3. The father and son in the vision of the dream of the sacrifice is confirmed in Quran chapter 12 and 38.  

Quran 12:6 Verse 12:6 – “And so your Lord (God) shall choose you (Prophet Joseph Yusuf) and shall teach you the interpretation of stories (dreams) and shall perfect His (God’s) favour on you and on the family of Prophet Jacob Yaqub Israel as He (God) perfected it on your fathers before you, (who were) Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Prophet Isaac Ishaq. Your Lord (God) knows all things and is wise.”


Quran 38:45 Verse 38:45 And mention Our (God’s) servant Prophet Abraham Ibrahim, Prophet Isaac Ishaq and Prophet Jacob Yaqub Israel (who were), men with strength (of faith in God) and vision (to understand the will of God).

Note 1. God decreed what would be contained in Quran chapter 38 which would follow the story of the sacrifice in Quran chapter 37. 

In Quran Chapter 38 God names the son who was given the same powers as his father to understand the dream of the vision of the sacrifice.

In Quran chapter 38 God reveals that the father and son with the power to understand the dream of vision of the sacrifice is Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Prophet Isaac Ishaq because God tells us that both were given the ability to understand the vision of dreams.


Quran 38:48 Verse 38:48 And mention Prophet Ishmael Ismail and Prophet Elisha Al-Yasa and Prophet Ezekiel Zulkifl Dhul-Kifl. All are among the chosen (messengers of God).

Note 1. God decreed what would be contained in Quran chapter 38 which would follow the story of the sacrifice in Quran chapter 37. 

After the story of the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in Quran chapter 37 God confirms in the next chapter Quran chapter 38 that the father and son in the dream of the vision of the sacrifice is not Prophet Ishmael Ismail by blessing Prophet Ishmael Ismail without his father and by blessing Prophet Ishmael Ismail without the power to understand the vision of dreams.

In Quran 38:48 God has blessed Prophet Ishmael Ismail three verses after God had already blessed Prophet Abraham Ibrahim together with Prophet Isaac Ishaq in Quran 38:45 to show that the story of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Prophet Isaac Ishaq is the story of the vision of the dream of the sacrifice of the son whereas the story of Prophet Ishmael Ismail is a different story (the story of the building of the Kabah).


3a. Why does God bless Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Prophet Isaac Ishaq together in Quran 38:45 but Prophet Ishmael Ismail is blessed without his father in Quran 38:48? 

In the first test God ordered Prophet Abraham Ibrahim to send Prophet Ishmael Ismail and his mother Hagar Hajar into the desert.

In the second test God ordered Prophet Abraham Ibrahim to sacrifice Prophet Isaac Ishaq who was the only son still living with him after God had long ago taken away Ishmael Ismail and his mother Hagar Hajar to God’s care in the desert

Would Prophet Abraham Ibrahim reject God by saying first you took Ishmael Ismail away from me and now you want to take my only son who is still living with me? No, Prophet Abraham Ibrahim did not say that.

Would Prophet Abraham Ibrahim reject God by saying you promised future generations for me from Isaac Ishaq and now you want me to kill him? No, Prophet Abraham Ibrahim did not say that.

Prophet Abraham Ibrahim passed the test and God showed that God always keeps a promise by stopping the sacrifice and returning Isaac Ishaq to Prophet Abraham Ibrahim to produce the future generations as God had promised.

In the Taurat Torah God names Prophet Isaac Ishaq as the son who was to be sacrificed.

Torah Genesis 22:2 And He (God) said: “Take now your son, your only son (who still lives with you, reminding him that God had earlier taken Ishmael Ismail and Hagar Hajar away from him into God’s care in the desert), whom you love (God makes the test very hard by demanding his second son and reminding him that this is his only remaining son and reminding him that he already gave God one son and reminding him of his love for these sons), even (namely, that is) Isaac Ishaq.

In the story of the sacrifice God blesses Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in Quran 37:110 – 37:111 and then confirms that the name of the good news son is Prophet Isaac Ishaq in Quran 37:112.

God then blesses both Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and his son Prophet Isaac Ishaq together as the father and son in Quran 37:113.

In the story of the sacrifice in the Quran God only blesses Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and his son Prophet Isaac Ishaq. God has left no other blessing.

The Torah Taurat and the Koran Quran confirm each other because they belong to God.

If the Torah Taurat and the Koran Quran were in unresolvable conflict in the story of the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim such as one Book naming Prophet Ishmael Ismail as the sacrifice and the other Book naming Prophet Isaac Ishaq as the sacrifice then that would be proof that God does not exist because it would show that humans had the power to invent whatever they wanted in Books that were not protected.

God in the Quran has guaranteed that humans do not have the power to change the Books of God because the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran all belong to God as evidence and confirmation of God to humans in every generation until the Day of Judgement.

Proof of God is the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran.

Proof of God is the sacrifice of Isaac Ishaq in all the Books of God because God protects His word.

It is Satan Shaitan who fights God by whispering to humans the lie that humans had the power to change the Books of God and that God did not protect His words.

Satan Shaitan wants Jews to believe that only the Torah Taurat is protected.

Satan Shaitan wants Christians to believe that only the Gospel Injil is protected.

Satan Shaitan wants Muslims to believe that only the Koran Quran is protected.

Satan Shaitan does not want humans to believe God when God in Quran 4:136 says those humans who do not believe all the Books of God have strayed far away from God.

However God has revealed that no one has power to change the word of God.

If the Torah Taurat is not protected then in the hereafter Jews could say they were misled by a Book that was not protected.

If the Gospel Injil is not protected then in the hereafter Christians could say they were misled by a Book that was not protected.

If the Koran Quran is not protected then in the hereafter Muslims could say they were misled by a Book that was not protected.

The Torah, Gospel and Quran are from God.

The Taurat, Injil and Quran are from God.

God protects all His books so in the hereafter no Jew or Christian or Muslim can say their Book misled them.

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Comment 4. Why is Isaac Ishaq "the only son" living with Abraham Ibrahim during the dream of the sacrifice in the Quran? 

Where was Ishmael Ismail during the sacrifice of Isaac Ishaq?

Quran 37:102 Verse 37:102 And (then, therefore, so), when he (the “good news son” in Quran 37:101 Prophet Isaac Ishaq who is also unnamed in Quran 15:53, 15:54, 15:55 and 51:28 because good news is always the name God gives to Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran) was old enough to work with him (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim), he (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) said, "O my son (Prophet Isaac Ishaq), I see in a dream that I am slaughtering (sacrificing) you, (my son) so look (at my dream as remembered in Quran 12:6 and 38:45 and showing three verses later in Quran 38:48 that it was not Prophet Ishmael Ismail by blessing Prophet Ishmael Ismail without his father and without the power of vision and so God decreed those revelations in Quran chapter 38 after the story of the sacrifice in Quran chapter 37 to guide by God’s word those who understand what God is teaching. Those who understand are guided by the words of God. Those who do not understand are misguided by the words of humans. So Look) what (do) you see (what do you think about my dream)?" He (Prophet Isaac Ishaq) said, "O my father, do as you are commanded, God willing you shall find me patience (not complaining, forbearing as in Quran 37:101).” 

 

Quran 12:6 Verse 12:6 – “And so your Lord (God) shall choose you (Prophet Joseph Yusuf) and shall teach you the interpretation of stories (dreams) and shall perfect His (God's) favour on you and on the family of Prophet Jacob Yaqub Israel as He (Godperfected it on your fathers before you, (who were) Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Prophet Isaac Ishaq. Your Lord (God) knows all things and is wise.” 

 

Quran 38:45 Verse 38:45 And mention Our (God’s) servant Prophet Abraham Ibrahim, Prophet Isaac Ishaq and Prophet Jacob Yaqub Israel who were), men with strength (of faith in God) and vision (to understand the will of God).

Note 1. God decreed these revelations in Quran chapter 38 after the story of the sacrifice in Quran chapter 37 to guide by God’s word those who understand what God is teaching.

God knows the future and the confusion by some about the name of the son to be sacrificed by Prophet Abraham Ibrahim.

Why is Ishmael Ismail not blessed with his father in Quran 38:48 like Isaac Ishaq is blessed with his father in Quran 38:45?

Why is Ishmael Ismail not blessed with the power of vision to understand dreams in Quran 38:48 like Isaac Ishaq and his father in Quran 38:45?


Quran 38:48 Verse 38:48 And mention Prophet Ishmael Ismail and Prophet Elisha Al-Yasha and Prophet Ezekiel Zulkifl Dhul-Kifl. All are among the chosen (messengers of God).

Note 1. God decreed these revelations in Quran chapter 38 after the story of the sacrifice in Quran chapter 37 to guide by God’s word those who understand what God is teaching.

God knows the future and the confusion by some about the name of the son to be sacrificed by Prophet Abraham Ibrahim.

Why is Prophet Ishmael Ismail not blessed with his father in Quran 38:48 like Prophet Isaac Ishaq is blessed with his father in Quran 38:45?

Why is Prophet Ishmael Ismail not blessed with the power of vision to understand dreams in Quran 38:48 like Prophet Isaac Ishaq and his father in Quran 38:45?


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

The second test from God 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 God 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 God had early taken away his first son Prophet Ishmael Ismail?

God reminds Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in the Torah Taurat that God had already taken one son away from him by ordering him to sacrifice Prophet Isaac Ishaq who was “his only son” that was still living with him.

Would Prophet Abraham Ibrahim obey God or would Prophet Abraham Ibrahim refuse God by saying "but you promised future generations for me from Prophet Isaac Ishaq?"

The only people who God 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.


Torah Genesis 22:2 And He (God) said: “Take now your son, your only son (who still lives with you, reminding him that God had earlier taken Ishmael Ismail and Hagar Hajar away from him into God’s care in the desert), whom you love (God makes the test very hard by demanding his second son and reminding him that this is his only remaining son and reminding him that he already gave God one son and reminding him of his love for these sons), even (namely, that is) Isaac Ishaq.

Note 1. Satan Shaitan whispers to every Jew and to every Christian and to every Muslim that humans changed the word of God in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran.

No one has changed the word of God in God’s Books because humans do not have such power.

If the Torah Taurat was changed then in the hereafter Jews could say they were misled by a Book of God that was not protected.

If the Gospel Injil was changed then in the hereafter Christians could say they were misled by a Book of God that was not protected.

If the Koran Quran was changed then in the hereafter Muslims could say they were misled by a Book of God that was not protected.

God protects all the Books of God so that no Jew or Christian or Muslim can say they were misled by their Book of God.

Note 2. No one can change the word of God in the Books of God.

Proof of God is that God has protected the Books of God.

Proof that God does not exist is that God has not protected the Books of God.

Jews Christians and Sabians can only be rewarded in the hereafter if God has protected the Books of God.

Video 1: Does the Qur'an say that Jews, Christians and Sabians will be rewarded? 

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


Comment 5. Which son does God bless in the story of the sacrifice?

In Quran 37:112 God tells us that “the good news” son is Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

In Quran 37:113 God tells us he has blessed Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and his son Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

God leaves no blessing for anyone in the story of the sacrifice except for Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and his son Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

The Quran is confirmed in the Torah Taurat where God also blesses Prophet Isaac Ishaq and Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in the story of the sacrifice.


Comment 6. In Quran 37:102 is a story that no one can change in the Books of God because God’s word is protected.

It is Satan Shaitan who whispers doubts about the Books of God.

Satan Shaitan whispers to the Jews trust only the Torah Taurat.

Satan Shaitan whispers to the Christians trust only the Gospel Injil.

Satan Shaitan whispers to the Muslims trust only the Koran Quran.

Satan Shaitan can only deceive those who do not trust all the Books of God.

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

Note 1. God protects God's word in all the Books of God.

If the Torah Taurat is not protected then in the hereafter Jews could say they were misled by the Torah Taurat which is their Book of God.

If the Gospel Injil is not protected then in the hereafter Christians could say they were misled by the Gospel Injil which is their Book of God.

If the Koran Quran is not protected then in the hereafter Muslims could say they were misled by the Koran Quran which is their Book of God.

Note 2. God protects all the Books of God so that in the hereafter no Jew or Christian or Muslim can say they were misled by their Book of God,

Note 3. If the Torah Taurat and or Gospel Injil and or the Koran Quran are not protected then that would be proof that God does not exist because God did not protect God's word.

Note 4. If the Torah Taurat named Isaac Ishaq as the son to be sacrificed and the Koran Quran named Ishmael Ismail as the son to be sacrificed that would be proof that God does not exist.

Note 5. The proof that God exists is that God has named Isaac Ishaq as the son to be sacrificed in the Torah Taurat and in the Koran Quran.

Note 6. Satan Shaitan fights the Books of God by whispering into the heart of each human do not believe the Books of God because they are not protected, the Books of God have been changed by humans, the Books of God are not the original books, the original Books of God have been hidden, humans have more power than God because humans changed the Books of God.

Note 7. The proof that God exists is that God protects all the Books of God for every generation until the Day of Resurrection and Judgement.

The proof that God does not exist is that God did not protect all the Books of God for every generation until the Day of Resurrection and Judgement.

See Proof that the Torah Taurat and Psalm Zabur and Gospel Injil and Koran Quran are protected.

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

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


Comment 7. The confusion about the meaning of unlettered ummi is the same confusion that exists about the meaning of the good news son in the story of the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim.

Everywhere the word ummi unlettered is used in Quran 2:78, 3:20, 3:75, 7:157, 7:158 and 62:2 it means uneducated in the knowledge that is contained in the book of God and this meaning is confirmed in Quran 42:52.

In the Quran ummi unlettered never means cannot read and write.

In the same way everywhere the word good news is used in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51 it is the name for Prophet Isaac Ishaq weather the good news son is named or not named.

In Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29 and 51 God uses the name good news nine times for Prophet Isaac Ishaq where four times he is not named in Quran 15:53, 15:54, 15:55 and 51:28 and five times he is named in Quran 11:69, 11:71, 11:74, 29:27 and 29:31 to show that when good news is named or unnamed it is always the name God uses for Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the story of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim.

Since God used the name good news nine times both naming and not naming Prophet Isaac Ishaq it is clear that the two uses of good news one unnamed in Quran 37:101 and the other named as Prophet Isaac Ishaq in Quran 37:112 are both Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

God blesses the father and the son Prophet Isaac Ishaq in Quran 37:112.

God has left no other blessing in the story of the sacrifice.

This blessing is confirmed in Quran 12:6 and 38:45 where God blesses the father and the son Prophet Isaac Ishaq with vision to understand dreams and showing three verses later in Quran 38:48 that it was not Prophet Ishmael Ismail that Prophet Abraham Ibrahim had seen being sacrificed in a dream by blessing Prophet Ishmael Ismail without his father and without the power of vision.


Comment 8. The confusion about who God has named as the honourable messenger of the Quran is the same confusion that exists about who God has named the good news son in the story of the sacrifice.

The honourable messenger of the Quran could be Prophet Muhammad or angel Gabriel Jibril but in the Quran God uses the words honourable messenger of the Quran only as the name of angel Gabriel Jibril. 
In this same way the good news son in the story of the sacrifice could be Prophet Ishmael Ismail or Prophet Isaac Ishaq but in the Quran God uses the words good news only as the name for Prophet Isaac Ishaq.
In the story of the sacrifice the only blessing left by God is for Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Prophet Isaac Ishaq.
The words in Quran 69:40 and Quran 81:19 are the same words that God uses to describe the honourable messenger of the Quran angel Gabriel Jibril in the same way as the words in Quran 37:101 and Quran 37:112 are the same words that God uses to describe the good news son Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the story of the sacrifice.

See Quran 81:19 comments.

81 god/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-81-god-confirms-that-nothing-is-missing-from-the-quran

81a allah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-81-why-does-allah-swear-differently-in-the-quran-and-torah 

81b allah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-81-allah-confirms-that-nothing-is-missing-from-al-quran 

81c allaah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-81-the-seventh-revelation-of-prophet-muhammad

81d allaah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-81-allaah-confirms-that-nothing-is-missing-from-al-quran



Comment 9. How does God show that Prophet Isaac Ishaq was the son to be sacrificed?

Quran 4:136 and Quran 53:36 confirm that those who believe the news in the Torah Taurat are correctly guided.

If humans could change the word of God in the Torah Taurat or the Gospel Injil or the Quran then it would be proof that God does not exist because it would be proof that humans changed words that were not protected.

The son to be sacrificed in the Torah Taurat is named as Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

To say that the son to be sacrificed is Prophet Ishmael Ismail is to say that humans changed the Torah Taurat which would be proof that God does not exist because the words in the Torah Taurat were not protected.


Quran 4:136 Verse 4:136 All you who believe, have faith in God and His (God’s) messenger (Prophet Muhammad) and the Book (of God, the Quran) which He (God) has revealed to His (God’s) messenger (Prophet Muhammad) and the Book which He (God) revealed to those before (to the Jews in the Torah Taurat and to the Christians in the Gospel Injil), and whoever has no faith in God, His (God’s) angels, His (God’s) Books, His (God’s) messengers (prophets), and the Last Day (the Day of Judgement) then he has strayed far away (from God).
Quran 53:36 Verse 53:36 Or has such a person not had news of what is in the Scriptures of Prophet Moses Musa (in the Torah Taurat which contain the truth from God)?
Note 1. Whoever has no faith in God's Books has strayed far away from God.
The Torah Taurat of Prophet Moses Musa included the Scriptures of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim which name the son to be sacrificed as Prophet Isaac Ishaq

See 1. God protects the Torah and Gospel and Koran because they are the words of God.
God protects the Taurat and Injil and Quran because they are the proof that God is real.

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


See 2. Humans did not change Ishmael and Isaac in the Torah because no one can change the word of God.
Humans did not change Ismail and Ishaq in the Taurat because if humans had such power it would be proof that God does not exist.
319 god https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/humans-did-not-change-ishmael-and-isaac-in-the-torah-gospel-and-quran 
319A 
allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/humans-did-not-change-ismail-and-ishaq-in-the-taurat-injil-and-quran 
319B 
allaah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/humans-did-not-change-ismail-and-ishaq-in-the-taurat-injil-and-quran-a



Comment 10. Satan Shaitan misguides by confusing humans about the true meaning of some verses in the Quran.

Quran 14:4 Verse 14:4 And We (God) did not send any messenger (prophet) except with the language of their people, so that they might explain to them clearly (God’s revelations); then God makes whom He (God) pleases to go astray (in error with the wrong understanding and the wrong behaviour) and He (God) guides (to the correct understanding and correct behaviour) whom He (God) pleases. He (God) is the all mighty and the all wise.  
Quran 38:82 Verse 38:82 He (Satan Shaitan) said, “By then (the Day of Resurrection and JudgementI shall have misled all of them (humans).”
Quran 38:83 Verse 38:83 Except those among them (humans) who are your (God’s) chosen servants.

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

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

 


Quran 37:103 Verse 37:103 Then when they had both submitted (to God’s will) and he (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) had laid him (the “good news son” in Quran 37:101 Prophet Isaac Ishaq who is also unnamed in Quran 15:53, 15:54, 15:55 and 51:28 because good news is always the name God gives to Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran) on his forehead (for sacrifice),

Explain Quran 37:103 Verse 37:103  The story of the Good News son Prophet Isaac Ishaq is in Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51. 

Quran 37:102 and 37:103 describes what happened when the good news son Prophet Isaac Ishaq was old enough to work with Prophet Abraham Ibrahim.

 


Quran 37:104 Verse 37:104 We (God through God’s angles) called out to him, “O Abraham Ibrahim”,



Quran 37:105 Verse 37:105 “You have already fulfilled the (orders you received in your) dream (as remembered in Quran 12:6 and 38:45 and showing three verses later in Quran 38:48 that it was not Prophet Ishmael Ismail by blessing Prophet Ishmael Ismail without his father and without the power of vision and so God decreed those revelations in Quran chapter 38 after the story of the sacrifice in Quran chapter 37 to guide by God’s word those who understand what God is teaching. Those who understand are guided by the words of God. Those who do not understand are misguided by the words of humans).” This is how We (God) reward the good doers (with mercy by cancelling the order to sacrifice the “good news son” in Quran 37:101 Prophet Isaac Ishaq who is also unnamed in Quran 15:53, 15:54, 15:55 and 51:28 because good news is always the name God gives to Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran and returning the son to his father Prophet Abraham Ibrahim).

Explain Quran 37:105 Verse 37:105 The story of the Good News son Prophet Isaac Ishaq is in Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51. 

Quran 37:102  37:105 describes what happened when the good news son Prophet Isaac Ishaq was old enough to work with Prophet Abraham Ibrahim.

 


Quran 37:106 Verse 37:106 This (willingness to sacrifice his only remaining son Prophet Isaac Ishaq to God after he had earlier given his first son Prophet Ishmael Ismail to God's care in the desert) was clearly a test (of Prophet Abraham’s Ibrahim’s faith and love for God).

Comment 1. The test to give to God the only son who was still living with Prophet Abraham Ibrahim

In the first test God ordered Prophet Abraham Ibrahim to send Prophet Ishmael Ismail and his mother Hagar Hajar into the desert.

In the second test God ordered Prophet Abraham Ibrahim to sacrifice Prophet Isaac Ishaq who was the only son still living with him after God had long ago taken away Ishmael Ismail and his mother Hagar Hajar to God’s care in the desert

Would Prophet Abraham Ibrahim reject God by saying first you took Ishmael Ismail away from me and now you want to take my only son who is still living with me? No, Prophet Abraham Ibrahim did not say that.

Would Prophet Abraham Ibrahim reject God by saying you promised future generations for me from Isaac Ishaq and now you want me to kill him? No, Prophet Abraham Ibrahim did not say that.

Prophet Abraham Ibrahim passed the test and God showed that God always keeps a promise by stopping the sacrifice and returning Isaac Ishaq to Prophet Abraham Ibrahim to produce the future generations as God had promised.

God explained the purpose of that sacrifice in Quran 37:106 This (willingness to give his only remaining son Prophet Isaac Ishaq to God) was clearly a test (of Prophet Abraham’s Ibrahim’s faith and love for God).

Comment 2. The saving from the distress of the sacrifice.

The saving from the distress of the flood in Quran 37:76 is the same verse structure as the saving from the distress of the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in Quran 37:106



Quran 37:107 Verse 37:107 Then We (God through His angles) exchanged him (Prophet Abraham’s Ibrahim’s) son (Prophet Isaac Ishaq) with a great sacrifice (meaning God gave Prophet Abraham Ibrahim an animal to be sacrificed instead of ordering Prophet Abraham Ibrahim to sacrifice his son Prophet Isaac Ishaq. This is called a great sacrifice because God not humans has both provided and chosen this sacrifice for Himself).

Comment 1. The sacrifice of the son ended.

The end of the flood in Quran 37:77 is the same verse structure as the end of the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in Quran 31:107



Quran 37:108 Verse 37:108 And We (God) left (this blessing) for him (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim as a remembrance of him) among the generations to come.

Comment 1. Blessing of Remembrance after the sacrifice.

The blessing of remembrance after the flood in Quran 37:78 is the same verse structure as the blessing of remembrance after the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in Quran 37:108 

Comment 2. Where is the Blessing of Remembrance of the son who was to be sacrificed by Prophet Abraham Ibrahim?

After blessing the father in Quran 37:108 – Quran 37:111 God then names Prophet Isaac Ishaq in Quran 37:112 as the righteous son in Quran 37:100 who is given the name the good news son in Quran 37:101 and when in Quran 37:102 Prophet Isaac Ishaq is old enough to work with Prophet Abraham Ibrahim they both understand the vision in a dream that showed Prophet Isaac Ishaq will be sacrificed and is remembered in Quran 12:6 and 38:45 and showing three verses later in Quran 38:48 that it was not Prophet Ishmael Ismail by blessing Prophet Ishmael Ismail without his father and without the power of vision and so God decreed those revelations in Quran chapter 38 after the story of the sacrifice in Quran chapter 37 to guide by God’s word those who understand what God is teaching. Those who understand are guided by the words of God. Those who do not understand are misguided by the words of humans. The righteous good news son is named Prophet Isaac Ishaq in Quran 37:112 and God blesses both the father Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and the son Prophet Isaac Ishaq in Quran 37:113.

Quran 37:113 Verse 37:113 We (Godblessed him (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) and Prophet Isaac Ishaq but of their offspring (the generations of children who come after him) are some that do good (to their souls) and some that do wrong to themselves (to their souls).

Note 1. God has left no blessing for anyone in the story of sacrifice except for Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

Note 2. Good news is always the name God gives to Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran.

Note 3. The story of the good news son is spread across Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51.

 


Quran 37:109 Verse 37:109 Peace is on Prophet Abraham Ibrahim (whose soul is in Heaven under the care of God).

Comment 1. The soul of Prophet Abraham Ibraham is alive in Heaven. 

The soul of Prophet Abraham Ibraham is among the righteous in Heaven.

The soul of Prophet Abraham Ibraham is alive in Heaven means his soul exists in Heaven waiting for the Day of Resurrection and Judgment.

Quran 29:27 Verse 29:27 And to him (Prophet Abraham Ibraham) We (God) gave Isaac Ishaq and Jacob Yaqub and established the prophethood and the Scripture among his descendants. And We (God) gave him his reward in the world and in the Hereafter he (Prophet Abraham Ibraham) is among the righteous.

Quran 36:58 Verse 36:58 (To the people in Paradise), “Peace” shall be the (greeting) word from a merciful Lord (God).

Quran 37:109 Verse 37:109 Peace is on Prophet Abraham Ibrahim (whose soul is in Heaven under the care of God).

Quran 37:110 Verse 37:110 This is how (with that greeting of peace) We (God) reward those who do good (with Paradise).

Comment 2. Blessing of Peace after the sacrifice.

The blessing of peace after the flood in Quran 37:79 is that same verse structure as the blessing of peace after the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in Quran 37:109 

 


Quran 37:110 Verse 37:110 This is how (with that greeting of peace) We (God) reward those who do good (with Paradise).

Comment 1. See Quran 37:109 comments.

Comment 2. Blessing of Reward after the sacrifice.

The blessing of reward after the flood in Quran 37:80 is that same verse structure as the blessing of reward after the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in Quran 37:110 

 


Quran 37:111 Verse 37:111 He (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) is one of Our (God’s) believing servants.

Comment 1. Blessing of Belief after the sacrifice.

The blessing of belief after the flood in Quran 37:81 is that same verse structure as the blessing of belief after the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in Quran 37:111  

 


Quran 37:112 Verse 37:112 And We (God) gave him (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) the good news (in Quran 37:101) of Isaac Ishaq (the good news is always the name of Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51)a prophet of the righteous (requested in Quran 37:100 and given by God as the good news son in Quran 37:101 and when in Quran 37:102 Prophet Isaac Ishaq is old enough to work with Prophet Abraham Ibrahim they both understand the vision in a dream that showed Prophet Isaac Ishaq will be sacrificed and is remembered in Quran 12:6 and 38:45 and showing three verses later in Quran 38:48 that it was not Prophet Ishmael Ismail by blessing Prophet Ishmael Ismail without his father and without the power of vision and so God decreed those revelations in Quran chapter 38 after the story of the sacrifice in Quran chapter 37 to guide by God’s word those who understand what God is teaching. Those who understand are guided by the words of God. Those who do not understand are misguided by the words of humans. The righteous good news son is named Prophet Isaac Ishaq in Quran 37:112 and God blesses both the father Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and the son Prophet Isaac Ishaq in Quran 37:113. Quran 11:69 where good news is unnamed like in the story of the sacrifice in Quran 37:101 and together with Quran 11:71 where the good news is named as Prophet Isaac Ishaq like in the story of the sacrifice in Quran 37:112 show that good news both when it is named or not named is the name for Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran. Quran 11:74 where good news is unnamed like in the story of the sacrifice in Quran 37:101 and together with Quran 11:71 where the good news is named as Prophet Isaac Ishaq like in the story of the sacrifice in Quran 37:112 show that good news both when it is named or not named is the name for Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran. Quran 29:31 which mentions good news is related to Quran 29:27 which mentions Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the same way as in the story of the sacrifice in Quran 37:101 which mentions good news is related to Quran 37:112 which mentions Prophet Isaac Ishaq because good news is always the name of Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran).

Explain Quran 37:112 Verse 37:112 The story of the Good News son Prophet Isaac Ishaq is in Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51.

Quran 37:112 confirms that the good news son is Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

Note 1. First God blesses Prophet Abraham Ibrahim as the father in the sacrifice and then in Quran 37:112 God confirms that the good news son in the sacrifice is Prophet Isaac Ishaq and then in the next verse 37:113 God blesses both the father and the son together.

Note 2. In the story of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in the Quran the good news is always the name for Prophet Isaac Ishaq as confirmed in Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51.

Note 3. God has left no blessing for anyone in the story of sacrifice except for Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

Note 4. God has left a remembrance in the story of the sacrifice by blessing Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Prophet Isaac Ishaq separetely and then blessing both of them together as the father and the good news son.

Note 5. God has left a remembrance of the vision in dreams in Quran 12:6 and 38:45 blessing Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Prophet Isaac Ishaq as the father and the son with the power to understand the vision in dreams and showing three verses later in Quran 38:48 that it was not Prophet Ishmael Ismail by blessing Prophet Ishmael Ismail without his father and without the power of vision and so God decreed those revelations in Quran chapter 38 after the story of the sacrifice in Quran chapter 37 to guide by God’s word those who understand what God is teaching. Those who understand are guided by the words of God. Those who do not understand are misguided by the words of humans.


Quran 37:112 Verse 37:112 is not a reward to Prophet Abraham Ibrahim 

Quran 37:112 Verse 37:112 is not a reward to Prophet Abraham Ibrahim because the son requested in Quran 37:100 was given by God in Quran 37:101 and 37:102.
Quran 37:105 Verse 37:105 “You have already fulfilled the (orders you received in your) dream.” This is how We (God) reward the good doers (with mercy by cancelling the order to sacrifice the “good news son” in Quran 37:101 Prophet Isaac Ishaq who is also unnamed in Quran 15:53, 15:54, 15:55 and 51:28 because good news is always the name God gives to Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran and returning the son to his father Prophet Abraham Ibrahim).
Quran 37:110 Verse 37:110 This is how (with that greeting of peace) We (God) reward those 
who do good (with Paradise).

Quran 37:112 Verse 37:112 is a confirmation that the righteous good news son in Quran 37:100 and 37:101 and 37:102 is Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

The righteous son that Prophet Abraham Ibrahim asked for in Quran 37:100 and was given by God as the good news son to Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in Quran 37:101 and in Quran 37:102 when he was old enough to work with Prophet Abraham Ibrahim they both understood the meaning of the vision in the dream of the sacrifice as remembered in Quran 12:6 and 38:45 and showing three verses later in Quran 38:48 that it was not Prophet Ishmael Ismail by blessing Prophet Ishmael Ismail without his father and without the power of vision and so God decreed those revelations in Quran chapter 38 after the story of the sacrifice in Quran chapter 37 to guide by God’s word those who understand what God is teaching. Those who understand are guided by the words of God. Those who do not understand are misguided by the words of humans. 

In Quran 37:112 God tells us that Prophet Isaac Ishaq is the name of the righteous son that Prophet Abraham Ibrahim prayed for in Quran 37:100 and which God gave to Prophet Abraham Ibrahim with the name the good news son in Quran 37:101. The story of the good news son Prophet Isaac Ishaq is spread across Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51.


Comment 1. After blessing Prophet Abraham Ibrahim God confirms that the Good News son who was to be sacrificed is Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

In the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story the Good News is always the name for Prophet Isaac Ishaq as a remembrance of God who gave the Good News of the miracle birth of Prophet Isaac Ishaq to Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Sarah. 

In the next verse 37:113 God then blesses Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and his son Prophet Isaac Ishaq as the father and son in the story of the sacrifice.


Comment 2. Good News is always the name of Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran.


IQuran 37:101 the unnamed good news son is Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

The unnamed good news son in Quran 37:101 is also unnamed in Quran 15:53, 15:54, 15:55 and 51:28 because good news is always the name God gives to Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran.

See Quran 37:101 comments.


IQuran 37:112 the good news son is named Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

Prophet Isaac Ishaq is named the good news son in Quran 37:112 in the same way as Prophet Isaac Ishaq is named the good news in Quran 11:69, 11:71, 11:74, 29:27 and 29:31 because good news is always the name God gives to Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran..


Quran 11:69 Verse 11:69 And Our (God’s) messengers (the angels from God) came to Prophet Abraham Ibrahim with good news (of the coming miracle birth of Prophet Isaac Ishaq). They (the angels) said, “peace,” and he (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) answered, “peace” and he did not delay to bring a roasted calf (for the travelers who looked like men but were really angels).

Quran 11:71 Verse 11:71 And his wife (Sarah, the wife of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) was standing there and laughed when We (God through God’s angels) gave her the good news (of the birth) of Isaac Ishaq, and, after Isaac, of Jacob Yaqub.

Note 1. Quran 11:69 where good news is unnamed like in the story of the sacrifice in Quran 37:101 and together with Quran 11:71 where the good news is named as Prophet Isaac Ishaq like in the story of the sacrifice in Quran 37:112 show that good news both when it is named or not named is the name for Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story.

Note 2. Good news is the name of Prophet Isaac Ishaq as a remembrance of God who gave the Good News of the miracle birth of Prophet Isaac Ishaq to Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Sarah.

The name good news is a reminder from God that Prophet Isaac Ishaq is a miracle birth because at his birth Sarah would be 90 years old and Prophet Abraham Ibrahim would be 100 years old.

Note 3. Sarah laughed because it is funny to imagine that a 90 year old lady can give birth and can breast feed milk to her new born baby. 

Sarah thinks that any person that hears of this will also laugh because such a thing would be a great surprise.


Quran 11:74 Verse 11:74 So when fear had gone away from Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and the good news came to him, he began to plead with Us (the Angles of God) for (sparing the life of) Prophet Lot's Lut’s people (in the town of Sodom, near the Dead Sea, today in Israel and Palestine).

Note 1. Quran 11:74 where good news is unnamed like in the story of the sacrifice in Quran 37:101 and together with Quran 11:71 where the good news is named as Prophet Isaac Ishaq like in the story of the sacrifice in Quran 37:112 show that good news both when it is named or not named is the name for Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story.


Quran 29:27 Verse 29:27 And to him (Prophet Abraham Ibraham) We (God) gave Isaac Ishaq and Jacob Yaqub and established the prophethood and the Scripture among his descendants. And We (God) gave him his reward in the world and in the Hereafter he (Prophet Abraham Ibraham) is among the righteous.

Quran 29:31 Verse 29:31 And when Our (God’s) messengers brought Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) the good news (of the coming birth of Prophet Isaac Ishaq), they (the angels of God) said, “We are going to destroy the people of that town (Sodom) because its people are wrongdoers.”

Note 1. Quran 29:31 which mentions good news is related to Quran 29:27 which mentions Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the same way as in the story of the sacrifice in Quran 37:101 which mentions good news is related to Quran 37:112 which mentions Prophet Isaac Ishaq.


Comment 3. After the blessing of belief God tells us what happened during the sacrifice.

After the blessing of belief God tells us what happened during the flood in Quran 37:82 and this is the same verse structure as after the blessing of belief where God tells us what happened during the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in Quran 37:112.

Note 1. God confirms in Quran 37:112 that the name of the good news son is Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

Note 2. Quran 37:75  37:82 about the flood has the same verse structure as Quran 37:100  37:112 about the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abrahan Ibrahim.

Note 3. Quran 37:112 in the verse structure Quran 37:100  37:112 is the same as Quran 37:82 in the verse structure Quran 37:75  37:82.

Quran 37:82 reveals the people who died in the flood. 

Quran 37:112 reveals the people in the sacrifice.

Quran 37:82 reveals the people who died in the flood were those who were not with Prophet Noah Nuh in the same way as Quran 37:112 reveals that the people in the sacrifice were the father and the good news son Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

Note 4. In Quran 37:112 God returns to what happened during the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in the same way as God returns to what happened during the flood in Quran 37:82

Quran 37:112 is not about what happened after the blessing of belief in Quran 37:111 just as Quran 37:82 is not about what happened after the blessing of belief in Quran 37:81.

Quran 37:112 is about what happened before the blessing of belief in Quran 37:111 just as Quran 37:82 is about what happened before the blessing of belief in Quran 37:81.

Quran 37:112 is about what happened in the sacrifice just as Quran 37:82 is about what happened in the flood.

God confirms in Quran 37:112 what happened during the sacrifice.

God confirms in Quran 37:112 the name of the good news son during the sacrifice.

The good news son in Quran 11:69, 11:71, 11:74, 29:27, 29:31, 5:53, 15:54, 15:55 and 51:28 is Prophet Isaac Ishaq. 

The good news son in Quran 37:101 and 37:112 is like Quran 29:27 which names Prophet Isaac Ishaq and Quran 29:31 which uses the name good news.

The good news son in Quran 37:101 and 37:112 is like Quran 11:69 were good news is not named and Quran 11:71 were the good news is named and Quran 11:74 where the good news is not named and all of them are Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

God confirms in Quran 37:112 that the good news son in verses 37:101 who was to be sacrificed in Quran 37:102 is named Prophet Isaac Ishaq because good news is the name God has given to Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the story of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim as a remembrance of the good news that was delivered by the angels of God to Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Sarah of the miricle birth of Prophet Isaac Ishaq..

The structure of this verse shows that Prophet Isaac Ishaq is not a reward from God after Prophet Abraham Ibrahim is blessed because Quran 37:112 which is after the blessing of belief returns to reveal what happened during the sacrifice in the same way as Quran 37:82 which is also after the blessing of belief also returns to reveal what happened during the flood.  

Quran 37:112 Verse 37:112 is not a reward to Prophet Abraham Ibrahim because the son requested in Quran 37:100 was given by God in Quran 37:101 and 37:102.

Note 5. When the good news son is not named in Quran 15:53, 15:54, 15:55 and 51:28 it is the name of Prophet Isaac Ishaq and this is the same when the good news son is not named in Quran 37:101 because good news is always the name God gives to Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran.

When the good news son is named in Quran 11:69, 11:71, 11:74, 29:27 and 29:31 this is the same as when the good news son is named in Quran 37:112.

The Quran shows that when the good news is named and not named it is always the name God uses for Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran.

Since God has used good news 9 times (unnamed 4 times as the good news in Quran 15:53, 15:54, 15:55 and 51:28 and named 5 times as the good news in Quran 11:69, 11:71, 11:74, 29:27 and 29:31) to all be the name of Prophet Isaac Ishaq, it is clear that the two uses of good news in the story of the sacrifice one unnamed in verse 37:101 and one named in verse 37:112 are both Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

The good news story of Prophet Isaac Ishaq is spread out across Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51.

Note 6. As soon as Prophet Muhammad died God tested Muslims when Satan Shaitan whispered truth with falsehood by whispering correctly that, “The Quran confirms what is in the Torah Taurat and Gospel Injil,” and then whispering incorrectly, “but do not believe the Torah Taurat and Gospel Injil,” and then whispering correctly, “that the Torah Taurat names the son to be sacrificed by Prophet Abraham Ibrahim as Prophet Isaac Ishaq,” and then whispering incorrectly that, “Jews and Christians had the power to change the word of God in the Torah Taurat and Gospel Injil and then whispering incorrectly that, “The Quran names the son to be sacrificed by Prophet Abraham Ibrahim as Prophet Ishmael Ismail in Quran chapter 37,” even when God only blesses Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the story of the sacrifice and never mentions the name of Prophet Ishmael Ismail one time but instead God mentions Prophet Isaac Ishaq four times (twice by his name and twice by his title “the good news son”) in Quran chapter 37.

Proof of God is the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran.

Proof of God is the sacrifice of Isaac Ishaq in all the Books of God because God protects His word.

It is Satan Shaitan who fights God by whispering to humans the lie that humans had the power to change the Books of God and that God did not protect His words.

Satan Shaitan wants Jews to believe that only the Torah Taurat is protected.

Satan Shaitan wants Christians to believe that only the Gospel Injil is protected.

Satan Shaitan wants Muslims to believe that only the Koran Quran is protected.

Satan Shaitan does not want humans to believe God when God in Quran 4:136 says those humans who do not believe all the Books of God have strayed far away from God.

However God has revealed that no one has power to change the word of God.

If the Torah Taurat is not protected then in the hereafter Jews could say they were misled by a Book that was not protected.

If the Gospel Injil is not protected then in the hereafter Christians could say they were misled by a Book that was not protected.

If the Koran Quran is not protected then in the hereafter Muslims could say they were misled by a Book that was not protected.

The Torah, Gospel and Quran are from God.

The Taurat, Injil and Quran are from God.

God protects all His books so in the hereafter no Jew or Christian or Muslim can say their Book misled them.

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Quran 37:113 Verse 37:113 We (God) blessed him (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) and Prophet Isaac Ishaq but of their offspring (the generations of children who come after him) are some that do good (to their souls) and some that do wrong to themselves (to their souls).

1. Explain Quran 37:113 Verse 37:113 

The story of the Good News son Prophet Isaac Ishaq is in Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51. 

What happened at the end of the sacrifice? 

Who does God bless in the story of the sacrifice?

Where is the Blessing of Remembrance of the son who was to be sacrificed by Prophet Abraham Ibrahim?

After blessing the father in Quran 37:108 – Quran 37:111 God then names Prophet Isaac Ishaq in Quran 37:112 as the righteous son in Quran 37:100 who is given the name the good news son in Quran 37:101 and when in Quran 37:102 Prophet Isaac Ishaq is old enough to work with Prophet Abraham Ibrahim they both understand the vision in a dream that showed Prophet Isaac Ishaq will be sacrificed and is remembered in Quran 12:6 and 38:45 and showing three verses later in Quran 38:48 that it was not Prophet Ishmael Ismail by blessing Prophet Ishmael Ismail without his father and without the power of vision and so God decreed those revelations in Quran chapter 38 after the story of the sacrifice in Quran chapter 37 to guide by God’s word those who understand what God is teaching. Those who understand are guided by the words of God. Those who do not understand are misguided by the words of humans. The righteous good news son is named Prophet Isaac Ishaq in Quran 37:112 and God blesses both the father Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and the son Prophet Isaac Ishaq in Quran 37:113.

Quran 37:113 Verse 37:113 We (Godblessed him (Prophet Abraham Ibrahim) and Prophet Isaac Ishaq but of their offspring (the generations of children who come after him) are some that do good (to their souls) and some that do wrong to themselves (to their souls).

Note 1. God has left no blessing for anyone in the story of sacrifice except for Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

Note 2. The story of the good news son is spread across Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37 and 51 and is always the name God gives to Prophet Isaac Ishaq in the Prophet Abraham Ibrahim story in the Quran..


2. Explain the story of sacrifice in the story oProphet Abraham Ibrahim. 

God ordered Prophet Abraham Ibrahim to sacrifice the life of Prophet Ishmael Ismail and Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

a. The sacrifice of Prophet Ishmael Ismail.

First God ordered Prophet Abraham Ibrahim to sacrifice his first son by sending Prophet Ishmael Ismail and Hagar Hajar into the desert with a small amount of water. 

Prophet Abraham Ibrahim passed the first test by obeying God's command.

God the most kind and the most merciful saved Prophet Ishmael Ismail and Hagar Hajar by providing water and a safe place to live in the desert.

See Quran 37:99 – 37:113 comments. See Abraham in the index.

b. The sacrifice of Prophet Isaac Ishaq.

Later God ordered Prophet Abraham Ibrahim to sacrifice by slaughter his second son the good news son Prophet Isaac Ishaq who was his only son that was living with him after he had long ago sacrificed his first son Prophet Ishmael Ismail by sending him to God's care in the desert.

Prophet Abraham Ibrahim passed the second test by obeying God's command.

God the most kind and the most merciful saved Prophet Isaac Ishaq by providing an animal instead of Prophet Isaac Ishaq for the slaughter.

See Quran 37:99 – 37:113 comments.See Abraham in the index.

c. Why did God not order Prophet Abraham Ibrahim to sacrifice Prophet Ishmael Ismail two times?

God saved Prophet Ishmael Ismail in the first test after God ordered Prophet Abraham Ibrahim to send Prophet Ishmael Ismail and his mother Hagar Hajar into the desert with little water.

God could not repeat a similar test by ordering Prophet Ishmael Ismail to be slaughtered because Prophet Abraham Ibrahim would remember the first test and would think that God would save Prophet Ishmael Ismail a second time like God saved Prophet Ishmael Ismail and Hagar Hajar the first time in the desert.

d. The sacrifice was clearly a test.

To be a real test Prophet Abraham Ibrahim had to believe the test was real so God reminded Prophet Abraham Ibrahim that God had already taken Prophet Ishmael Ismail away from him when God said in Torah Genesis 22:2 And He (God) said: “Take now your son, your only son (who still lives with you, reminding him that God had earlier taken Ishmael Ismail and Hagar Hajar away from him into God’s care in the desert) ...”

To be a real test God reminded Prophet Abraham Ibrahim of his love for the son who was taken away from him and the only son who still lives with him because when Prophet Abraham Ibrahim thinks of one son he will also remember the other son in Torah Genesis 22:2 And He (God) said: “Take now your son, your only son (who still lives with you, reminding him that God had earlier taken Ishmael Ismail and Hagar Hajar away from him into God’s care in the desert), whom you love (God makes the test very hard by demanding his second son and reminding him that this is his only remaining son and reminding him that he already gave God one son and reminding him of his love for these sons), even (namely, that is) Isaac Ishaq.


Quran 37:106 Verse 37:106 This (willingness to sacrifice his only remaining son Prophet Isaac Ishaq to God after he had earlier given his first son Prophet Ishmael Ismail to God's care in the desert) was clearly a test (of Prophet Abraham’s Ibrahim’s faith and love for God).


Quran 38:45 Verse 38:45 And mention Our (God’s) servant Prophet Abraham Ibrahim, Prophet Isaac Ishaq and Prophet Jacob Yaqub Israel (who were), men with strength (of faith in God) and vision (to understand the will of God).

Note 1. God decreed what would be contained in Quran chapter 38 which would follow the story of the sacrifice in Quran chapter 37. 

In Quran Chapter 38 God names the son who was given the same powers as his father to understand the dream of the vision of the sacrifice.

In Quran chapter 38 God reveals that the father and son with the power to understand the dream of vision of the sacrifice is Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Prophet Isaac Ishaq because God tells us that both were given the ability to understand the vision of dreams.

Note 2. In Quran 38:45 and Quran 38:48 Prophet Isaac Ishaq was the only son living with Prophet Abraham Ibrahim as confirmed in Torah Genesis 22:2 And He (God) said: “Take now your son, your only son (who still lives with you, reminding him that God had earlier taken Ishmael Ismail and Hagar Hajar away from him into God’s care in the desert) ...”

 

Quran 38:48 Verse 38:48 And mention Prophet Ishmael Ismail and Prophet Elisha Al-Yasa and Prophet Ezekiel Zulkifl Dhul-Kifl. All are among the chosen (messengers of God).

Note 1. God decreed what would be contained in Quran chapter 38 which would follow the story of the sacrifice in Quran chapter 37. 

After the story of the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in Quran chapter 37 God confirms in the next chapter Quran chapter 38 that the father and son in the dream of the vision of the sacrifice is not Prophet Ishmael Ismail by blessing Prophet Ishmael Ismail without his father and by blessing Prophet Ishmael Ismail without the power to understand the vision of dreams.

In Quran 38:48 God has blessed Prophet Ishmael Ismail three verses after God had already blessed Prophet Abraham Ibrahim together with Prophet Isaac Ishaq in Quran 38:45 to show that the story of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Prophet Isaac Ishaq is the story of the vision of the dream of the sacrifice of the son whereas the story of Prophet Ishmael Ismail is a different story (the story of the building of the Kabah).

Note 2. In Quran 38:45 and Quran 38:48 Prophet Ishmael Ismail was not living with Prophet Abraham Ibrahim as confirmed in Torah Genesis 22:2 And He (God) said: “Take now your son, your only son (who still lives with you, reminding him that God had earlier taken Ishmael Ismail and Hagar Hajar away from him into God’s care in the desert), whom you love (God makes the test very hard by demanding his second son and reminding him that this is his only remaining son and reminding him that he already gave God one son and reminding him of his love for these sons), even (namely, that is) Isaac Ishaq.


Quran 12:6 Verse 12:6 – “And so your Lord (God) shall choose you (Prophet Joseph Yusuf) and  shall teach you the interpretation of stories (dreams) and shall perfect His (God’s) favour on you and on the family of Prophet Jacob Yaqub Israel as He (God) perfected it on your fathers before you, (who were) Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Prophet Isaac Ishaq. Your Lord (God) knows all things and is wise.”

Note 1. The understanding of the vision of the dream in the sacrifice of Prophet Isaac Ishaq by Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in Quran 37:102 is confirmed iQuran 38:45 and in Quran 12:6 by the words “God shall teach you the interpretation of stories (dreams) as God perfected it on your fathers before you, (who were) Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Prophet Isaac Ishaq.”


3. Explain the purpose of the story of the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim.
The story of the sacrifice is a story to end the sacrifice of humans to stone idol gods that was common in the time of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim 3700 years ago and also in the time of Prophet Muhammad in Arabia 1400 years ago.

Quran 4:29 Verse 4:29 All you who believe, do not unjustly take the wealth of each other, but trade by mutual consent; and do not destroy yourselves (do not kill yourself, do not commit suicide, do not kill each other). God is Merciful to you.

Note 1. Do not kill each other. 

Note 2. Do not commit suicide.


Quran 17:31 Verse 17:31 Do not kill your children because you fear poverty, We (God) shall provide for them and for you. The killing of them (children) is a great sin.

Quran 22:15 Verse 22:15 Whoever thinks that God shall not give him (Prophet Muhammad) help in the world and in the Hereafter (and is enraged at the thought that God would support Prophet Muhammad), let them stretch a rope up to the roof and let them hang them self. Let them then see if that strategy chases away what they rage against? (No, it shall not change anything if you killed yourself because it is God who decides what shall happen and whatever humans do cannot change what God has decided).
Note 1. Do not commit suicide.

Quran 37:149 Verse 37:149 (Prophet Muhammad) now ask them (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca Arabia today Makkah Saudi Arabia), “Does (meaning, Do you say that) your Lord (God) only have daughters but you (prefer to) have sons?

Quran 37:153 Verse 37:153 (And the stone idol worshippers in Makkah Arabia say falsely that), “He (God) prefers daughters instead of sons.

Quran 37:154 Verse 37:154 What is the matter with you and your judgement? (You say God prefers daughters but you prefer sons. Who is the best judge God or you? That shows there is something wrong with your thinking).

Quran 37:155 Verse 37:155 Shall you (the stone idol worshippers in Makkah) not then think (again about what you are saying)?

Quran 37:156 Verse 37:156 Or have you (the stone idol worshippers in Makkah) a clear authority (from God to say what you are saying)?

Quran 37:157 Verse 37:157 Then show your scripture (from God that is your guidance) if you (the stone idol worshippers in Makkah) are truthful.

Note 1. The stone idol worshippers killed female babies in Makkah.

The birth of a human daughter is equal in value to the birth of a human son. God does not allow the practice of killing human daughters at birth which was the custom of some of the stone idol worshippers in Makkah Arabia.

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


3a. In the Torah Taurat Prophet Abraham Ibrahim talks in a way decreed by God to teach humans the importance of protecting every innocent human life.

The good news story starts when the angels of God deliver the good news to Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Sarah of the birth of Prophet Isaac Ishaq and reveal they are delivering God's punishment to the people in Sodom in Canaan today in Israel and Palestine

Genesis 18:24 If there are fifty innocent people in the city, will you destroy the whole city? Won't you spare it in order to save the fifty? 

Genesis 18:25 Surely you won't kill the innocent with the guilty. That's impossible! You can't do that. If you did, the innocent would be punished along with the guilty. That is impossible. The judge of all the earth has to act justly.” 

Genesis 18:26 The Lord answered, “If I find fifty innocent people in Sodom, I will spare the whole city for their sake.” 

Genesis 18:27 Abraham Ibrahim spoke again: “Please forgive my boldness in continuing to speak to you, Lord. I am only a man and have no right to say anything. 

Genesis 18:28 But perhaps there will be only forty-five innocent people instead of fifty. Will you destroy the whole city because there are five too few?”

The Lord answered, “I will not destroy the city if I find forty-five innocent people.”

Genesis 18:29 Abraham Ibrahim spoke again: “Perhaps there will be only forty.”

He replied, “I will not destroy it if there are forty.”

Genesis 18:30 Abraham Ibrahim said, “Please don't be angry, Lord, but I must speak again. What if there are only thirty?”

He said, “I will not do it if I find thirty.”

Genesis 18:31 Abraham Ibrahim said, “Please forgive my boldness in continuing to speak to you, Lord. Suppose that only twenty are found?”

He said, “I will not destroy the city if I find twenty.”

Genesis 18:32 Abraham Ibrahim said, “Please don't be angry, Lord, and I will speak only once more. What if only ten are found?”

He said, “I will not destroy it (the city) if there are ten (innocent people).” 

Genesis 18:33 After he had finished speaking with Abraham Ibrahim, the Lord went away, and Abraham Ibrahim returned home. 

Note 1. Protect every innocent life in the Torah.

Note 2. Do not kill the innocent with the guilty in the Torah.


Quran 48:25 Verse 48:25 They (the stone idol worshippers of Mecca Arabia today Makkah Saudi Arabia) are the ones who disbelieved (in God) and turned you (Prophet Muhammad) away from the Sacred Mosque (Al-Masjid-al-Haram in Mecca) and your offerings (of 70 camels to God for the feeding of the poor which) were prevented from reaching their place of sacrifice. (You would have been allowed to enter Mecca and fight for the sake of God to worship God at God’s Sacred Mosque in Mecca) if it were not that there were believing men and women who you did not know that you may have trampled (with your offerings of 70 camels that would have killed both the believers who you did not know and the non believers because of a stampede by those animals caused by fighting that God knew would occur) and so unknowingly you would have an evil deed against you(However God stopped you from entering Mecca) so that God might bring to His (God’s) mercy whom He (God) willed (by preventing you from making sin through your actions which would have killed innocent people). If they (the believers who you did not know and the wrongdoers who had sinned against God) had been apart (so that only the wrongdoers who had sinned against God were present) then We (God) would have punished those of them who disbelieved with a painful punishment (by allowing you into Mecca and allowing the animal stampede to occur to punish the stone idol worshippers who forbid your worship of God at the Sacred Mosque Al-Masjid-al-Haram in Mecca).

Note 1. Protect every innocent life in the Quran.

Note 2. Do not kill the innocent with the guilty in the Quran.


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

Note 1. Saving of one human life is a great deed because saving one life is like saving every human life on the Earth in the sight of God in the Jewish Talmud. 

Note 2. A deed like this must have a great reward on the Day of Judgement God willing.


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

Note 1. Saving of one human life is a great deed because saving one life is like saving every human life on the Earth in the sight of God in the Quran. 

Note 2. A deed like this must have a great reward on the Day of Judgement God willing.


3b. How did God protect the innocent life of Jesus Isa the messenger of God?

Quran 4:157 Verse 4:157 And they (some of the Jews of Yathrib in Arabia later Medina Arabia today Madinah Saudi Arabia) said (showing their pride and their disbelief by threatening and mocking the messenger Prophet Muhammad and his followers by boasting), "We killed messiah Jesus Isa, the son of Mary Maryam, the messenger of God," but (in fact) they did not kill him (Prophet Jesus Isa) nor crucify him (Prophet Jesus Isa to death, they did not crucify Prophet Jesus Isa to death), but it was made to appear so (to them, so they believed he was dead on the cross but in fact he was still alive on the cross) and those (Jews of Yathrib Arabia) who differ in this (in what happened to Prophet Jesus Isa on the cross) are full of doubts with no (certain) knowledge so they (the Jews of Yathrib) follow only conjecture (assumptions, speculation, guess). It is certain that they (the Jews) did not kill him (because God protected Prophet Jesus Isa from the death of crucifixion in 607 BH 33 CE 33 AD on Friday 3 April 33 in Jerusalem Al-Quds Yerussalem Yerushalayim in Judea today in Israel and Palestine).

Note 1. Prophet Jesus Isa was seen alive three days later as proof that no one killed Jesus Isa.


The Gospel confirms that no human killed Jesus.
The Injil confirms that no human killed Isa.

Gospel of John 10:18 No one takes it (my life) from me (Jesus Isa); I lay it down (my life) of myself (voluntarily as God has ordered Jesus Isa to do). I (Jesus Isa) have authority (from God) to lay it down (on the cross where humans shall try to kill Jesus Isa through crucifixion) and I (Jesus Isa) have authority (by the order of God) to take it (my life) up again (as proof that no one killed Jesus Isa)this order I have received from my Father (God).

Note 1. God is the Father of every creation including Jesus Isa.

Note 2. Son of God means Servant of God. Jesus Isa is the Servant of God. 

Son of God means Slave of God. Jesus Isa is the Slave of God. 

Note 3. Son of God means servant and slave of God in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran but some people have misunderstood Son to mean a real biological relationship or partnership with God.

Note 4. Jesus Isa is a creation and every creation is a servant of God not a partner with God or a biological relation with God. 


Corinthians 15:14 And if Christ has not been raised, our preaching is useless and so is your faith.

Note 1. If you believe that Jesus Isa is God then 1 Corinthians 15:14 is correct and your faith is useless because the belief that a human is God is called idol worship.

Note 2. If you believe that Jesus Isa is a prophet like every prophet that came before him then your faith is the same as the faith of every human who believed in the prophets before Jesus Isa.

Note 3. The good news in the Koran Quran that God protected Prophet Jesus Isa from death on the cross like God protected Prophet Ishmael Ismail from thirst in the desert and protected Prophet Isaac Ishaq from slaughter shows that the lesson God teaches humans is to look after every life that God has created. 


See the Gospel Injil explained by the Torah Taurat and the Quran.

See 1. Injil of Isa by Mark. 

Gospel of Mark https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-mark-1-5    

See 2. Injil of Isa by Matthew. 

Gospel of Matthew https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-matthew-1-7

See 3. Injil of Isa by Luke. 

Gospel of Luke https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-377-signs-of-prophet-muhammad-in-the-gospel-of-luke    

See 4. Injil of Isa by John. 

Gospel of John https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-1-3 


4. Explain the story that Jews changed the Torah Taurat.

Explain the story that Christians changed the Gospel Injil.

Explain the story that Muslims changed the Koran Quran.

The hadith story that humans changed the word of God in the Torah Taurat or Gospel Injil or Koran Quran is a false hadith story that is whispered into the heart of every human by Satan Shaitan.

Satan Shaitan wants Jews to believe that only the Torah Taurat is protected.

Satan Shaitan wants Christians to believe that only the Gospel Injil is protected.

Satan Shaitan wants Muslims to believe that only the Koran Quran is protected.

Satan Shaitan does not want humans to believe God when God in Quran 4:136 says those humans who do not believe all the Books of God have strayed far away from God.

No one can change the word of God.

Proof of God is the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran.

Proof that God does not exist is that humans changed the Torah Taurat. 

Proof that God does not exist is that humans changed the Gospel Injil. 

Proof that God does not exist is that humans changed the Koran Quran. 


Quran 4:136 Verse 4:136 All you who believe, have faith in God and His (God’s) messenger (Prophet Muhammad) and the Book (of God, the Quran) which He (God) has revealed to His (God’s) messenger (Prophet Muhammad) and the Book which He (God) revealed to those before (to the Jews in the Torah Taurat and to the Christians in the Gospel Injil), and whoever has no faith in God, His (God’s) angels, His (God’s) Books, His (God’s) messengers (prophets), and the Last Day (the Day of Judgement) then he has strayed far away (from God).
Note 1. Whoever has no faith in God's Books has strayed far away from God.

Quran 5:48 Verse 5:48 And to you (Prophet Muhammad) We (God) revealed the Scripture (the Quran) with the truth that confirmed the Scripture that was before it (in the Gospel Injil and the Torah Taurat) and (for you to be) a guardian over it. So judge between them (the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims) by what God has revealed and do not let their desires move you away from the truth that has come to you. For each (community of Jews, Christians and Muslims) We (God) have appointed a divine law and a way (of religion). If God willed He (God) could have made you (the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims) one community. But He (God) tests you by what He (God) has given you (to show who is best in behaviour). So strive for all that is good. To God you shall all return and He (God) shall then inform you (in the Hereafter) about (the correctness of) the religious matters in which you argue among each other.
Note 1. Do not let the desires of humans move you away from what God has revealed in God's Books.
Note 2. Nothing can change the word of God no matter how many people may dislike what God has revealed to them.

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

Note 1. God protects God's word in the Torah Taurat and the Koran Quran.

Note 2. God in the Torah Taurat confirms God in the Koran Quran.
Note 3. If the Torah Taurat is not protected then in the hereafter Jews could say they were misled by a Book of God that was not protected.
If the Gospel Injil is not protected then in the hereafter Christians could say they were misled by a Book of God that was not protected.
If the Koran Quran is not protected then in the hereafter Muslims could say they were misled by a Book of God that was not protected.
Note 4. If the Torah Taurat and Koran Quran were not protected then that would be proof that God does not exist.
Note 5. If the Torah Taurat named Isaac Ishaq as the son to be sacrificed and the Koran Quran named Ishmael Ismail as the son to be sacrificed that would be proof that God does not exist.
Note 6. The proof that God exists is that God has named Isaac Ishaq as the son to be sacrificed in the Torah Taurat and in the Koran Quran.

The Torah, Gospel and Quran are from God.

The Taurat, Injil and Quran are from God.

God protects all His books so in the hereafter no Jew or Christian or Muslim can say their Book misled them. 

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

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


5. Some say Prophet Isaac Ishaq was to be sacrificed.

Some say Prophet Ishmael Ismail was to be sacrificed.

What does God teach?

God knew the confusion that would occur over Prophet Isaac Ishaq and Prophet Ishmael Ismail. 

When the son is old enough to work with Prophet Abraham Ibrahim both father and son understand the vision in a dream that showed Prophet Isaac Ishaq will be sacrificed in Quran 37:102 and is remembered in Quran 12:6 and 38:45 and showing three verses later in Quran 38:48 that it was not Prophet Ishmael Ismail by blessing Prophet Ishmael Ismail without his father and without the power of vision and so God decreed those revelations in Quran chapter 38 after the story of the sacrifice in Quran chapter 37 to guide by God’s word those who understand what God is teaching. Those who understand are guided by the words of God. Those who do not understand are misguided by the words of humans.

This is the same misguidance among some Christians who believe that Jesus Isa is God or a partner with God.

In the Gospel Injil there is nothing about Jesus Isa being God. Jesus Isa prays to God like every prophet before him.

In the Koran Quran Prophet Ishmael Ismail is never mentioned one time in Quran chapter 37 the story of the sacrifice but God blesses Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Prophet Isaac Ishaq as the father and the son in the story of the sacrifice.

When humans believe the words of humans more than they believe the words of God in the Books of God the result is misguidance. Problems in the world come from misguidance.


6. Prophet Muhammad hadith story about Prophet Ishmael Ismail. 

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

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

07 god http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/prophet-muhammad-hadith-about-prophet-ishmael 

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


  

 

 

PART B: 

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

The proof that God is real is that no one can change the word of God. 

The Torah and the Quran name the same son Isaac in the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham because God protects His word.

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


See 1. Quran chapter 37 The Sacrifice of Prophet Isaac in the Quran. 

The first test from God was the order to Prophet Abraham to leave Prophet Ishmael and his mother Hagar in God’s care in the desert. 

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

Would Prophet Abraham sacrifice Prophet Isaac who was his only son after God had early taken away his first son Prophet Ishmael? 

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

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

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

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

See here:

37 god/verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-37-sacrifice-of-isaac-or-ishmael

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

37b allah/ayah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-37-sacrifice-of-hadhrat-ishaq-and-hadhrat-ismail  

37c allaah/verse https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-37-sacrifice-of-hadrat-ishaq-and-hadrat-ismail

37d allaah/ayah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-37-sacrifice-of-hazrat-ishaq-and-hazrat-ismail


See 2. The Torah, Gospel and Quran united - Part 2Humans did not change Ishmael and Isaac in the Torah, Gospel and Quran.

Did humans change Ishmael and Isaac in the Torah, Gospel and Quran?

Humans did not change Ishmael and Isaac in the Torah, Gospel and Quran.

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

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

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

 

See 3. Prophet Muhammad story (hadith) about Prophet Ishmael. 

07 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/prophet-muhammad-hadith-about-prophet-ishmael 

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

07B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/prophet-muhammad-hadith-about-prophet-ismail-a 

 

 

 

INDEX:

Sacrifice of Isaac in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Isaak in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Isaaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Isac in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Isaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Is-haaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Ishaaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Ishaak in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Ishak in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Ishaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Is'haq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Yizhaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Yitzchak in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Yitzchaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Prophet Isaac in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Prophet Isaak in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Prophet Isaaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Prophet Isac in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Prophet Isaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Prophet Is-haaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Prophet Ishaaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Prophet Ishaak in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Prophet Ishak in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Prophet Ishaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Prophet Is'haq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Prophet Yizhaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Prophet Yitzchak in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Prophet Yitzchaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Isaac in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Isaak in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Isaaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Isac in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Isaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Is-haaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ishaaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ishaak in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ishak in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ishaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Is'haq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Yizhaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Yitzchak in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Yitzchaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Nabi Isaac in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Nabi Isaak in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Nabi Isaaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Nabi Isac in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Nabi Isaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Nabi Is-haaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Nabi Ishaaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Nabi Ishaak in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Nabi Ishak in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Nabi Ishaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Nabi Is'haq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Nabi Yizhaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Nabi Yitzchak in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Nabi Yitzchaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Isaac in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Isaak in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Isaaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Isac in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Isaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Is-haaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ishaaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ishaak in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ishak in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ishaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Is'haq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Yizhaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Yitzchak in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Yitzchaq in the Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Abraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Abraahaam in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Abrahaam in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Abrahem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Abraheem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Abraahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Abraahiim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Abrahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Abrahiim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Avrahaam in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Avraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Avrohom in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Avruhom in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Ebraahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Ebraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Ebraheem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Ebrahiim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Ebrahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Ibraahiim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Ibrahaam in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Ibraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Ibraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Ibrahem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Ibraheem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Ibrahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Ibriheem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Ibrihim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraahaam in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abrahaam in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abrahem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraheem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraahiim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abrahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abrahiim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Avrahaam in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Avraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Avrohom in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Avruhom in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Ebraahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Ebraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Ebraheem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Ebrahiim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Ebrahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Ibraahiim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Ibrahaam in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Ibraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Ibraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Ibrahem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Ibraheem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Ibrahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Ibriheem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Ibrihim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Abraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Abraahaam in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Abrahaam in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Abrahem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Abraheem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Abraahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Abraahiim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Abrahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Abrahiim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Avrahaam in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Avraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Avrohom in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Avruhom in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ebraahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ebraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ebraheem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ebrahiim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ebrahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ibraahiim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ibrahaam in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ibraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ibraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ibrahem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ibraheem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ibrahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ibriheem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ibrihim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Abraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Abraahaam in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Abrahaam in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Abrahem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Abraheem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Abraahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Abraahiim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Abrahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Abrahiim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Avrahaam in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Avraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Avrohom in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Avruhom in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Ebraahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Ebraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Ebraheem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Ebrahiim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Ebrahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Ibraahiim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Ibrahaam in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Ibraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Ibraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Ibrahem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Ibraheem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Ibrahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Ibriheem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Nabi Ibrihim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Abraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Abraahaam in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Abrahaam in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Abrahem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Abraheem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Abraahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Abraahiim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Abrahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Abrahiim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Avrahaam in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Avraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Avrohom in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Avruhom in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ebraahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ebraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ebraheem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ebrahiim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ebrahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ibraahiim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ibrahaam in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ibraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ibraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ibrahem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ibraheem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ibrahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ibriheem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ibrihim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Prophet Abraham in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Hazrat Abraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat Abraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Abraham in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of the son of Hazrat Abraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat Abraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Abraham in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Prophet Ibrahim in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Hazrat Ibrahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat Ibrahim in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Ibrahim in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Ibrahim in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of the son of Hazrat Ibrahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat Ibrahim in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of the son of Ibrahim in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Prophet Ibraham in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Hazrat Ibraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat Ibraham in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Ibraham in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Ibraham in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of the son of Hazrat Ibraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat Ibraham in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of the son of Ibraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Prophet Ibraheem in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Hazrat Ibraheem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat Ibraheem in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Ibraheem in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Ibraheem in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of the son of Hazrat Ibraheem in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat Ibraheem in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of the son of Ibraheem in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Prophet Ebrahim in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Hazrat Ebrahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat Ebrahim in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Ebrahim in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Ebrahim in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of the son of Hazrat Ebrahim in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat Ebrahim in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of the son of Ebrahim in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Prophet Avraham in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Hazrat Avraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat Avraham in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Avraham in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of the son of Prophet Avraham in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of the son of Hazrat Avraham in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat Avraham in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of the son of Avraham in Quran chapter 37.
No Sacrifice of Prophet Ishmael in Quran chapter 37.
No Sacrifice of Hazrat Ishmael in Quran chapter 37.

No Sacrifice of Hadhrat Ishmael in Quran chapter 37.
No Sacrifice of Ishmael in Quran chapter 37.
No Sacrifice of Prophet Ismail in Quran chapter 37.
No Sacrifice of Hazrat Ismail in Quran chapter 37.

No Sacrifice of Hadhrat Ismail in Quran chapter 37.
No Sacrifice of Ismail in Quran chapter 37.
No Sacrifice of Prophet Ismael in Quran chapter 37.
No Sacrifice of Hazrat Ismael in Quran chapter 37.

No Sacrifice of Hadhrat Ismael in Quran chapter 37.
No Sacrifice of Ismael in Quran chapter 37.
No Sacrifice of Prophet Isma'il in Quran chapter 37.
No Sacrifice of Hazrat Isma'il in Quran chapter 37.

No Sacrifice of Hadhrat Isma'il in Quran chapter 37.
No Sacrifice of Isma'il in Quran chapter 37.
No Sacrifice of Prophet Yismael in Quran chapter 37.
No Sacrifice of Hazrat Yismael in Quran chapter 37.

No Sacrifice of Hadhrat Yismael in Quran chapter 37
No Sacrifice of Yismael in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Prophet Isaac in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Hazrat Isaac in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat Isaac in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Isaac in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Prophet Ishaq in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Hazrat Ishaq in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat Ishaq in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Ishaq in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Prophet Is'haq in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Hazrat Is'haq in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat Is'haq in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Is'haq in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Prophet Isac in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Hazrat Isac in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat Isac in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Isaac in Isac chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Prophet Isaq in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Hazrat Isaq in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat Isaq in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Isaq in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Prophet Ishaak in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Hazrat Ishaak in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat Ishaak in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Ishaak in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Prophet Ishak in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Hazrat Ishak in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat Ishak in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Ishak in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Prophet Ishaaq in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Hazrat Ishaaq in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat Ishaaq in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Ishaaq in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Prophet Yizhaq in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Hazrat Yizhaq in Quran chapter 37.

Sacrifice of Hadhrat Yizhaq in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Yizhaq in Quran chapter 37.
Hazrat Ishmael is not in Quran chapter 37.
Prophet Ishmael is not in Quran chapter 37.

Hadhrat Ishmael is not in Quran chapter 37.
Ishmael is not in Quran chapter 37.
Sacrifice of Prophet Ishmael or Prophet Isaac in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Hazrat Ishmael or Hazrat Isaac in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Hadhrat Ishmael or Hadhrat Isaac in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Ishmael or Isaac in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Prophet Isaac or Prophet Ishmael in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Hazrat Isaac or Hazrat Ishmael in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Hadhrat Isaac or Hadhrat Ishmael in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Isaac or Ishmael in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Prophet Ismail or Prophet Ishaq in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Hazrat Ismail or Hazrat Ishaq in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Hadhrat Ismail or Hadhrat Ishaq in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishaq in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Prophet Ishaq or Prophet Ismail in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Hazrat Ishaq or Hazrat Ismail in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Hadhrat Ishaq or Hadhrat Ismail in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Isaac or Ismail in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Ismael or Isaac in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Isaac or Ismael in Quran chapter 37?  

Sacrifice of Ismail or Is'haq in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Is'haq or Ismail in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Ishmael or Is'haq in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Is'haq or Ishmael in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Ismail or Isaaq in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Isaaq or Ismail in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Ismail and Isaaq in Quran chapter 37?  

Sacrifice of Isaaq and Ismail in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Ishmael or Isaaq in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Isaaq or Ishmael in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Ismail or Isac in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Isac or Ismail in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Ishmael or Isac in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Isac or Ishmael in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Ismail or Isaq in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Isaq or Ismail in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Ishmael or Isaq in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Isaq or Ishmael in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishak in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Ishak or Ismail in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Ishmael or Ishak in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Ishak or Ishmael in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishaak in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Ishaak or Ismail in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Ishmael or Ishaak in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Ishaak or Ishmael in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Yismael or Yizhaq in Quran chapter 37? 

Sacrifice of Yizhaq or Yismael in Quran chapter 37? 

No sacrifice of Ishmaeel in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Ishmael in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Ishmeel in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Ismaail in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Ismaa'il in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Ismael in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Isma'el in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Ismaeel in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Ismail in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Isma'il in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Ismaiil in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Yismael in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Yishma'el in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Izmael in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Izmail in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Prophet Ishmaeel in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Prophet Ishmael in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Prophet Ishmeel in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Prophet Ismaail in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Prophet Ismaa'il in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Prophet Ismael in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Prophet Isma'el in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Prophet Ismaeel in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Prophet Ismail in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Prophet Isma'il in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Prophet Ismaiil in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Prophet Yismael in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Prophet Yishma'el in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Prophet Izmael in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Prophet Izmail in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ishmaeel in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ishmael in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ishmeel in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ismaail in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ismaa'il in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ismael in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Isma'el in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ismaeel in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ismail in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Isma'il in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Ismaiil in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Yismael in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Yishma'el in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Izmael in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Hadhrat (Hadrat, Hazrat) Izmail in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Nabi Ishmaeel in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Nabi Ishmael in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Nabi Ishmeel in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Nabi Ismaail in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Nabi Ismaa'il in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Nabi Ismael in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Nabi Isma'el in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Nabi Ismaeel in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Nabi Ismail in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Nabi Isma'il in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Nabi Ismaiil in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Nabi Yismael in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Nabi Yishma'el in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Nabi Izmael in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Nabi Izmail in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ishmaeel in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ishmael in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ishmeel in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ismaail in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ismaa'il in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ismael in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Isma'el in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ismaeel in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ismail in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Isma'il in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Ismaiil in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Yismael in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Yishma'el in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Izmael in the Quran chapter 37.

No sacrifice of Naabi (Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Izmail in the Quran chapter 37.

Quran Hazrat Abraham sacrifice.

Quran story of Abraham sacrifice.

Quran Abraham sacrificing his son.

Quran Hadhrat Abraham sacrifice.

Quran Abraham the prophet.

Quran Ibrahim sacrifice Ismail?

Quran Ibrahim sacrifice Ishaq.

Quran Prophet Ibrahim sacrifice.

Quran Hazrat Ibrahim sacrifice.

Quran Story of Ibrahim sacrifice.

Quran Ibrahim sacrificing his son.

Quran Hadhrat Ibrahim sacrifice.

Quran Ibrahim the prophet.

Quran Ibraham sacrifice Ismail.

Quran Ibraham sacrifice Ishaq.

Quran Prophet Ibraham sacrifice.

Quran Hazrat Ibraham sacrifice.

Quran story of Ibraham sacrifice.

Quran Ibraham sacrificing his son.

Quran Hadhrat Ibraham sacrifice.

Quran Ibraham the prophet.

Quran Ibraheem sacrifice Ismail.

Quran Ibraheem sacrifice Ishaq.

Quran Prophet Ibraheem sacrifice.

Quran Hazrat Ibraheem sacrifice.

Quran story of Ibraheem sacrifice.

Quran Ibraheem sacrificing his son.

Quran Hadhrat Ibraheem sacrifice.

Quran Ibraheem the prophet.

Quran Ebrahim sacrifice Ismail.

Quran Ebrahim sacrifice Ishaq.

Quran Prophet Ebrahim sacrifice.

Quran Hazrat Ebrahim sacrifice.

Quran story of Ebrahim sacrifice.

Quran Ebrahim sacrificing his son.

Quran Hadhrat Ebrahim sacrifice.

Quran Ebrahim the prophet.

Quran Avraham sacrifice Ismail.

Quran Avraham sacrifice Ishaq.

Quran Prophet Avraham sacrifice.

Quran Hazrat Avraham sacrifice.

Quran story of Avraham sacrifice.

Quran Avraham sacrificing his son.

Quran Hadhrat Avraham sacrifice.

Quran Avraham the prophet.

Quran Sacrifice of Hadhrat Abraham.

Quran Sacrifice of Ibrahim.

Quran Sacrifice of Ibraheem.

Quran Sacrifice of Ebrahim.

Quran Sacrifice of Avraham

Quran Sacrifice of Abraham’s son.

Quran Sacrifice of Hadhrat Ibrahim’s son.

Quran Sacrifice of Ibraheem’s son.

Quran Sacrifice of Ebrahim’s son.

Quran Sacrifice of Avraham’s son.

Quran Sacrifice of the son of Abraham.

Quran Sacrifice of the son of Ibrahim.

Quran Sacrifice of the son of Hadhrat Ibraheem.

Quran Sacrifice of the son of Ebrahim.

Quran Sacrifice of the son of Avraham

Quran Sacrifice of Ishmael or Isaac? 
Quran Sacrifice of Ismail or Isaac? 
Quran Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishaq? 
Quran Sacrifice of Ismail or Is'haq? 
Quran Sacrifice of Ismail or Isac? 
Quran Sacrifice of Ismail or Isaq? 
Quran Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishaak? 
Quran Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishak? 
Quran Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishaaq? 
Quran Sacrifice of Ishmael or Ishaaq? 
Quran Sacrifice of Yismael or Yizhaq?

Quran Prophet Ishmael story.

Quran Prophet Ismael story.

Quran Prophet Ismail story.

Quran Prophet Isma'il story.

Quran Prophet Yismael story.

Quran Hazrat Ishmael story.

Quran Hazrat Ismael story.

Quran Hazrat Ismail story.

Quran Hazrat Isma'il story.

Quran Hazrat Yismael story.

Quran Hadhrat Ishmael story.

Quran Hadhrat Ismael story.

Quran Hadhrat Ismail story.

Quran Hadhrat Isma'il story.

Quran Hadhrat Yismael story.

Quran Prophet Isaac story.

Quran Prophet Ishaq story.

Quran Prophet Is'haq story.

Quran Prophet Isac story.

Quran Prophet Isaq story.

Quran Prophet Ishaak story.

Quran Prophet Ishak story.

Quran Prophet Ishaaq story.

Quran Prophet Yizhaq story.

Quran Hazrat Isaac story.

Quran Hazrat Ishaq story.

Quran Hazrat Is'haq story.

Quran Hazrat Isac story.

Quran Hazrat Isaq story.

Quran Hazrat  Ishaak story.

Quran Hazrat  Ishak story.

Quran Hazrat  Ishaaq story.

Quran Hazrat  Yizhaq story.

Quran Hadhrat Isaac story.

Quran Hadhrat Ishaq story.

Quran Hadhrat Is'haq story.

Quran Hadhrat Isac story.

Quran Hadhrat Isaq story.

Quran Hadhrat Ishaak story.

Quran Hadhrat Ishak story.

Quran Hadhrat Ishaaq story.

Quran Hadhrat Yizhaq story.

Hazrat Muhammad and Hazrat Ishaak story.

Hazrat Muhammad and Hazrat Ishak story.

Hazrat Muhammad and Hazrat Ishaaq story.

Hazrat Muhammad and Hazrat Yizhaq story. 

Which son of Abraham was to be sacrificed in the Quran? 

Which son of Ibrahim was to be sacrificed in the Quran? 

Which son of Ibraham was to be sacrificed in the Quran? 

Which son of Ibraheem was to be sacrificed in the Quran? 

Which son of Ebrahim was to be sacrificed in the Quran? 

Which son of Avraham was to be sacrificed in the Quran?

Sacrifice of Isaac or Ishmael? Sacrifice of Ishmael or Isaac? 

The Quran says Isaac was the son to be sacrificed. 

Sacrifice of Ishaq or Ismail? Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishaq? 

The Quran says Ishaq was the son to be sacrificed.

Disagreement in early Islam about which son of Ibrahim was to be sacrificed. 

Confusion in early Islam about which son of Abraham was to be sacrificed.

Which son was to be sacrificed by Abraham (Ibrahim) in the Quran?

The name in the Quran of the son to be sacrificed by Abraham.

The name in the Quran of the son to be sacrificed by Ibrahim.

The sacrifice of Ishmael or Isaac in the Quran?

The sacrifice of Ismail or Ishaq in the Quran?

Confusion in early Islam about the name of the son of Abraham that was to be sacrificed.

Confusion in early Islam about the name of the son of Ibrahim that was to be sacrificed.

Confusion in early Islam about the name of the son of Ibraham that was to be sacrificed.

Confusion in early Islam about the name of the son of Ibraheem that was to be sacrificed.

Confusion in early Islam about the name of the son of Ebrahim that was to be sacrificed.

The name of the son of Abraham to be sacrificed is named in the Quran.

The name of the son of Ibrahim to be sacrificed is named in the Quran.

Which son of Abraham was to be sacrificed?

Which son of Ibrahim was to be sacrificed?

The name of the son sacrificed by Abraham in the Quran.

The name of the son sacrificed by Ibrahim in the Quran.

The name of the son sacrificed by Ibraham in the Quran.

The name of the son sacrificed by Ibraheem in the Quran.

The name of the son sacrificed by Ebrahim in the Quran.

Sacrifice of the son of Abraham in the Quran.

Abraham, Ishmael and Isaac in the Quran.

Ibrahim, Ismail and Ishaq on the Quran.

The sons of Abraham in the Quran.

Abraham sacrifice Ishmael.

Abraham sacrifice Isaac.

Prophet Abraham sacrifice.

Hazrat Abraham sacrifice.

Story of Abraham sacrifice.

Abraham sacrificing his son.

Quran Abraham sacrifice.

Abraham the prophet.

Ibrahim sacrifice Ismail.

Ibrahim sacrifice Ishaq.

Prophet Ibrahim sacrifice.

Hazrat Ibrahim sacrifice.

Story of Ibrahim sacrifice.

Ibrahim sacrificing his son.

Quran Ibrahim sacrifice.

Ibrahim the prophet.

Ibraham sacrifice Ismail.

Ibraham sacrifice Ishaq.

Prophet Ibraham sacrifice.

Hazrat Ibraham sacrifice.

Story of Ibraham sacrifice.

Ibraham sacrificing his son.

Quran Ibraham sacrifice.

Ibraham the prophet.

Ibraheem sacrifice Ismail.

Ibraheem sacrifice Ishaq.

Prophet Ibraheem sacrifice.

Hazrat Ibraheem sacrifice.

Story of Ibraheem sacrifice.

Ibraheem sacrificing his son.

Quran Ibraheem sacrifice.

Ibraheem the prophet.

Ebrahim sacrifice Ismail.

Ebrahim sacrifice Ishaq.

Prophet Ebrahim sacrifice.

Hazrat Ebrahim sacrifice.

Story of Ebrahim sacrifice.

Ebrahim sacrificing his son.

Quran Ebrahim sacrifice.

Ebrahim the prophet.

Sacrifice of Abraham.

Sacrifice of Ibrahim.

Sacrifice of Ibraheem.

Sacrifice of Ebrahim.

Sacrifice of Abraham’s son.

Sacrifice of Ibrahim’s son.

Sacrifice of Ibraheem’s son.

Sacrifice of Ebrahim’s son.

Sacrifice of the son of Abraham.

Sacrifice of the son of Ibrahim.

Sacrifice of the son of Ibraheem.

Sacrifice of the son of Ebrahim.

Sacrifice of Ishmael or Isaac? 
Sacrifice of Ismail or Isaac? 
Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishaq? 
Sacrifice of Ismail or Is'haq? 
Sacrifice of Ismail or Isac? 
Sacrifice of Ismail or Isaq? 
Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishaak? 
Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishak? 
Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishaaq? 
Sacrifice of Ishmael or Ishaaq? 
Sacrifice of Yismael or Yizhaq?

Prophet Ishmael story.

Prophet Ismael story.

Prophet Ismail story.

Prophet Isma'il story.

Prophet Yismael story.

Hazrat Ishmael story.

Hazrat Ismael story.

Hazrat Ismail story.

Hazrat Isma'il story.

Hazrat Yismael story.

Prophet Isaac story.

Prophet Ishaq story.

Prophet Is'haq story.

Prophet Isac story.

Prophet Isaq story.

Prophet Ishaak story.

Prophet Ishak story.

Prophet Ishaaq story.

Prophet Yizhaq story.

Hazrat Isaac story.

Hazrat Ishaq story.

Hazrat Is'haq story.

Hazrat Isac story.

Hazrat Isaq story.

Hazrat Ishaak story.

Hazrat Ishak story.

Hazrat Ishaaq story.

Hazrat Yizhaq story. 

Which of the sons of Abraham were to be sacrificed to God? 

Which of the sons of Ibrahim were to be sacrificed to God? 

Which of the sons of Ibraham were to be sacrificed to God? 

Which of the sons of Ibraheem were to be sacrificed to God? 

Which of the sons of Ebrahim were to be sacrificed to God? 

Sacrifice of Ishmael or Isaac? 

Sacrifice of Isaac or Ishmael? 

Ishmael and Isaac. 

Isaac or Ishmael. 

Was Ishmael to be sacrificed to God? 

Was Isaac to be sacrificed to God? 

Sacrifice of Ismael or Isaac? 

Sacrifice of Isaac or Ismael? 

Ismael or Isaac. 

Isaac and Ismael. 

Was Ismael to be sacrificed? 

Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishaq? 

Sacrifice of Ishaq or Ismail? 

Ismail and Ishaq. 

Ishaq and Ismail. 

Was Ismail to be sacrificed to God? 

Was Ishaq to be sacrificed to God? 

Sacrifice of Ishmael or Ishaq? 

Sacrifice of Ishaq or Ishmael? 

Ishaq and Ishmael. 

Sacrifice of Ismail or Is'haq? 

Sacrifice of Is'haq or Ismail? 

Ismail and Is'haq. 

Is'haq or Ismail. 

Was Is'haq to be sacrificed to God? 

Sacrifice of Ishmael or Is'haq? 

Sacrifice of Is'haq or Ishmael? 

Ishmael and Is'haq. 

Is'haq and Ishmael. 

Sacrifice of Ismail or Isaaq? 

Sacrifice of Isaaq or Ismail? 

Ismail and Isaaq.  

Isaaq and Ismail. 

Was Isaaq to be sacrificed to God? 

Sacrifice of Ishmael or Isaaq? 

Sacrifice of Isaaq or Ishmael? 

Ishmael and Isaaq. 

Isaaq and Ishmael. 

Sacrifice  of Ismail or Isac? 

Sacrifice  of Isac or Ismail? 

Ismail and Isac. 

Isac and Ismail. 

Was Isac to be sacrificed to God? 

Sacrifice of Ishmael or Isac? 

Sacrifice of Isac or Ishmael? 

Ishmael and Isac. 

Isac and Ishmael. 

Sacrifice of Ismail or Isaq? 

Sacrifice of Isaq or Ismail? 

Ismail and Isaq. 

Isaq and Ismail.

Was Isaq to be sacrificed to God? 

Sacrifice of Ishmael or Isaq? 

Sacrifice of Isaq or Ishmael? 

Ishmael and Isaq. 

Isaq and Ishmael. 

Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishak? 

Sacrifice of Ishak or Ismail? 

Ismail and Ishak. 

Ishak and Ismail. 

Was Ishak to be sacrificed to God? 

Sacrifice of Ishmael or Ishak? 

Sacrifice of Ishak or Ishmael? 

Ishmael and Ishak. 

Ishak and Ishmael. 

Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishaak? 

Sacrifice of Ishaak or Ismail? 

Ismail and Ishaak. 

Ishaak and Ismail. 

Was Ishaak to be sacrificed to God? 

Sacrifice of Ishmael or Ishaak? 

Sacrifice of Ishaak or Ishmael? 

Ishmael and Ishaak. 

Ishaak and Ishmael. 

Sacrifice of Yismael or Yizhaq? 

Sacrifice of Yizhaq or Yismael? 

Yismael and Yizhaq. 

Yizhaq and Yismael. 

Was Yismael to be sacrificed to God? 

Was Yizhaq to be sacrificed to God? 

Ishmael in the Quran.

Ismael in the Quran.

Ismail in the Quran.

Isma'il in the Quran.

Yismael in the Quran.

Ishmael in Islam.

Ismael in Islam.

Ismail in Islam.

Isma'il in Islam.

Yismael in Islam.

Isaac in the Quran.

Ishaq in the Quran.

Is'haq in the Quran.

Isac in the Quran.

Isaq in the Quran.

Ishaak in the Quran.

Ishak in the Quran.

Isaaq in the Quran.

Yizhaq in the Quran.

Isaac in Islam.

Ishaq in Islam.

Is'haq in Islam.

Isac in Islam.

Isaq in Islam.

Ishaak in Islam.

Ishak in Islam.

Isaaq in Islam.

Yizhaq in Islam. 

Islam and the son of Abraham (Ibrahim, Ibraham, Ibraheem, Ebrahim) that was to be sacrificed.

Islam and the son of Abraham that was to be sacrificed.

Islam and the son of Ibrahim that was to be sacrificed.

The son sacrificed by Abraham (Ibrahim, Ibraham, Ibraheem, Ebrahim) in the Quran.

The son sacrificed by Abraham in the Quran.

The son sacrificed by Ibrahim in the Quran.

The son of Abraham to be sacrificed is named in the Quran.

The son of Ibrahim to be sacrificed is named in the Quran.

Sacrifice of Hazrat Ishmael (Ismail, Ismael, Isma'il, Yismael) or Hazrat Isaac (Ishaq , Isac, Isaq, Isaaq, Ishaak, Ishak, Is'haq, Yizhaq, Yitzchak)?

Sacrifice of Prophet Ishmael (Ismail, Ismael, Isma'il, Yismael)?

Sacrifice of Prophet Isaac (Ishaq , Isac, Isaq, Isaaq, Ishaak, Ishak, Is'haq, Yizhaq, Yitzchak)?

Sacrifice of Hazrat Ishmael (Ismail, Ismael, Isma'il, Yismael)?

Sacrifice of Hazrat Isaac (Ishaq , Isac, Isaq, Isaaq, Ishaak, Ishak, Is'haq, Yizhaq, Yitzchak)? 

Sacrifice of the son of Hazrat Abraham (Ibrahim, Ibraham, Ibraheem, Ebrahim, Avraham) in Quran 37:98 - Quran 37:113.

 

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القرآن الكريم   

القرآن   

הקוראן   

הקוראן הקדוש   

קוראן   

قرآن   

قرآن کریم   

قورئان   

قۇرئان كەرىم   

কোরান   

কোরানের  

থে কোরান   

অনলাইন পবিত্র কোরআন   

পবিত্র কোরআন   

অনলাইন পবিত্র

कुरान  

पवित्र कुरान     

কুরআন শরীফ    

কুরআন  

કુરાન  

Ղուրան 

कुर॑आन   

कुराण   

Ti Koran   

Ti Quran   

Ti Kuran    

ყურანი    

ഖു   

ഖുർആൻ 

திருக்குர்ஆன்  

ఖోరాన్   

ఖురాన్  

อัลกุรอาน     

กุรอานอันศักดิ์สิทธิ์    

กุรอาน   

እስልምና 

ܐܣܠܐܡ 

ကိုရမ်ကျမ်း 

කුර්ආන් 

សាសនាឥស្លាម   

ඉස්ලාම් ආගම     

聖クルアーン   

聖なるコーラン   

コーラン   

クルアーン   

アル=クルアーン   

Священный Коран   

Коран   

Кура́нот   

Святой Коран   

Свещения Коран   

Корана   

Свети Куран   

Кур'ан   

Korán   

Святы Каран   

Кора́н   

Священний Коран   

Светиот Куран   

Свети Кур'ан   

Куран   

Қуръон   

Къуръан   

Каран   

аль-К̣ур’ан   

Коранът   

Хъуыран   

Къуран   

Құран  

Құран Кәрім   

Ҡөръән   

Koránu 

거룩한 꾸란   

성령 꾸란   

꾸란    

兰经    

兰经   

兰经*   

古蘭經    

可蘭經   

Gǔlánjīng  

 

 

 


 

 

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

 

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

 

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