300c. Swine and apes in the Quran.


                                                                          Updated. 
                                                              2 May 2018 (1439 AH).

 


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INDEX:

1. Apes and Pigs in the Quran.

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

    Quran 2:65

    Quran 2:66

    Quran 5:60

    Quran 7:163

    Quran 7:164

    Quran 7:165

    Quran 7:166

2. The Sabbath in the Torah Taurat.

3. Violating the Sabbath and the wrath anger of Allaah in the Torah Taurat.

4. The Ten Commandments from Allaah and the wrath anger of Allaah in the Torah Taurat.

5. Not all the Jews are the same.

    Quran 3:113 

    Quran 3:114 

    Quran 3:115 

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

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

    8. Prophet Muhammad confirms that the Torah Taurat is protected forever.

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

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

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

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




1. Jews who did not observe the Sabbath law in the Torah Taurat were called Apes and Pigs meaning “despised” because they were not observing their covenant agreement with Allaah which is binding on them forever in the Torah Taurat

Jewish people who do not follow the mitzvah commandments in the Torah Taurat law like observing the Sabbath Shabbat Shabbas which is Saturday the day of rest from Friday evening until Saturday evening are like apes and pigs meaning they are behaving like animals. 

Allaah is protecting the Torah Taurat for every Jewish generation until the Day of Judgement as explained in 6 to 12 below.

Jews who keep the Torah Taurat are following the message delivered to them in the Quran as explained in 6 to 12 below.

The Quran confirms the message of every prophet after Prophet Moses Musa including Prophet Jesus Isa and Prophet Muhammad reminding the Jewish people to follow the Torah Taurat forever as explained in 6 to 12 below.

See Video: Why does the Quran call the Jews 'Apes'? Rabbi Tovia Singer responds.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=REb8HNM1z6E



Quran 2:65 Verse 2:65 And certainly you (the Jews of Yathrib) have known (from the oral story of a rabbi in Yathrib explaining the Jewish bible Nehemiah 13:18) that those amongst you (the Jews in the past) who broke the Sabbath (Saturday, the Jewish day of rest and praise to Allaah), We (Allaah) said to them, “Be apes, despised (by Allaah for working on the Sabbath Day meaning despised by Allaah for not observing the Torah Taurat which is a binding covenant agreement between Allaah and the Jewish people in each generation until the Day of Resurrection and Judgement in Quran 2:40, Quran 2:41, Quran 2:63, Quran 2:66, Quran 7:171, Gospel of Matthew 5:17 - 5:19, Torah Deuteronomy 4:2, 5:10, 13:1 and 29:28, Zabur Psalm 19:8 - 19:12 and 111:7 - 111:9 and Jewish Bible Malachi 3:22).” 


Note 1. Although Jews and Christians have been told to follow their Books in Quran 3:93, Quran 5:43, Quran 5:47, Quran 5:48, Quran 5:68 and Quran 32:23, Allaah shall attract some Jews and Christians to Islam and those Jews and Christians will receive a double reward in the hereafter in Quran 28:54.  


Quran 2:66 Verse 2:66 So We (Allaah) made it (the story about what happened when some among the Jewish people did not observe the Sabbath Day as commanded in the Torah Taurat) a deterrent punishment for those who were in front of them (“be Apes” in the mind of Jewish children means humans were changed into apes when Allaah said “Be apes” they became apes. For those familiar with the oral stories of rabbis the word apes means “despised” as shown in Quran 5:60 where the words apes and pigs both mean “despised” when Allaah said “Be apes” they became despised by righteous Jews in Quran 7:164 and Jewish Bible Nehemiah 13:17 - 13:18) and (as a warning to observe the Torah Taurat) for those who came after them (among the Jewish people who heard this story) and as a warning for (all) those (people who hear this story and) who fear Allaah. 


Quran 5:60 Verse 5:60 (Prophet Muhammad) Say (to those among the Jews of Yathrib, Medina, Arabia who mock and ridicule you), “Shall I tell you of (a sin that is) worse for punishment from Allaah than that (of the sin of envy between humans shown by some of the Jews of Yathrib, Arabia when they mock and ridicule some of the Muslims for no other reason than that Muslims and Jews both believe in the same one Allaah who is the creator of all the creation? (The worst sin against Allaah is by those) whom Allaah has cursed (by removing Allaah’s mercy away from them) and on whom His (Allaah’s) wrath (anger) falls when He (Allaah) made them apes (monkeys) and pigs (swine) (meaning those in the past who were despised by Allaah because they broke their covenant agreement with Allaah by not observing the Sabbath Day as commanded in the Torah Taurat as explained in Quran 2:65, Quran 2:66, Quran 7:163 and Quran 7:166) and idol worshippers (who have no covenant agreement with Allaah), these are (all) in a worse situation (because they sin not against humans but against Allaah) and (so they are) further away from the right path (of Allaah’s guidance. The question for Jews in Yathrib Arabia is to ask yourself do you support Idol worship or your covenant with Allaah? Are you among the misguided that support the stone idol worshipers in Makkah Arabia or are you among the rightly guided that support the Muslims in Yathrib, Medina who believe in Allaah? The question for Christians in Arabia is to ask yourself do you support idol worship or your covenant with Allaah? Are you among the misguided that pray to and idol worship a created human or are you among the rightly guided that pray to and worship Allaah who is the creator of every created human? The question for idol worshippers is to ask yourself do you support stone statues or Allaah? Are you among the misguided that pray to and worship stone statues that were built by humans or are you among the rightly guided that pray to and worship Allaah who is the creator of everything that is created? The question for Muslims who break their covenant with Allaah and are misguided to return to idol worship is how can stone idols help you on the Day of Judgment? 


Quran 7:163 Verse 7:163 And (Prophet Muhammad) ask them about the town that was situated by the sea (in the Jewish Bible Nehemiah 13:16), when they transgressed in the (matter of the Jewish) Sabbath (when work is forbidden from Friday sunset to Saturday sunset on the Jewish day of rest and praise to Allaah) when they could see fish come to them on the day of the Sabbath and on the day they did not have the Sabbath they (the fish) did not come to them. In this way We (Allaah) tested them because they were defiantly disobeying (the Torah Taurat and indeed they were fishing on the Sabbath day). 


Quran 7:164 Verse 7:164 And when some of them (among the righteous of the children of Israel) said (to others among the righteous of the children of Israel), “Why do you preach to (the wicked among our) people (who are disrespecting the Sabbath day) whom Allaah is going to destroy or punish with a severe punishment, they (the most righteous of the children of Israel) said, “So as to be free from the blame (of not trying to prevent evil behaviour in the Jewish Bible Nehemiah 13:15, Nehemiah 13:17 and Nehemiah 13:18) before your Lord (Allaah), and so that they (the wicked among our people) might become righteous.” 


Quran 7:165 Verse 7:165 And when they (the wrong doers) forgot about what (evil) they had been reminded (to avoid), We (Allaah) saved those who forbade the evil (of violating the Sabbath Day) and visited the wrong doers with a dreadful punishment because they were defiantly disobeying (the Torah Taurat).


Quran 7:166 Verse 7:166 When they (the wrongdoers) took pride in doing what had been forbidden We (Allaah) said to them, Be apes, despised (for what you did).”



2. The Sabbath in the Torah Taurat.

The Ten Commandments were revealed by Allaah to Prophet Moses Musa in Torah Taurat Exodus.

Torah Exodus 20:8 Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.

Torah Exodus 20:9 Six days you shall do all your work.

Torah Exodus 20:10 But the seventh day is a Sabbath (when you rest) to (remember) the Lord your Allaah, in it you shall not do any type of work, you, nor your son, nor your daughter, nor your man-servant, nor your woman-servant, nor your cattle, nor your stranger that is within your gates (property)

Torah Exodus 20:11 because in six days the Lord (Allaah) made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that is in them, and rested (meaning Allaah completed the creation in six days and made it a day to remember) on the seventh say, so the Lord blessed the Sabbath day (the day you rest as a remembrance to Allaah) and made it holy.



3. Violating the Sabbath and the wrath anger of Allaah in the Torah Taurat.

Jewish Bible Nehemiah 13:14 Remember me (Nehemiah), O my Allaah, concerning this (good deed), and do not wipe out my good deeds that I have done for the house of my Allaah, and for your wards (the children of Israel).

Nehemiah 13:15 In those days I saw in Judah (today Israel and Palestine) some (people) treading wine-presses on the Sabbath (Saturday, the Jewish day of rest and praise to Allaah), and (people) bringing in heaps of corn, and (people with) laden asses carrying wine, grapes, figs and all manner of burdens which they brought into Jerusalem on the Sabbath day and I warned them in the day (of their sin) when they sold (their) provisions.

Nehemiah 13:16 There also lived there men from Tyre (today in Lebanon), who brought in fish, and all manner of ware, and sold on the Sabbath to the children of Judah and in Jerusalem.

Nehemiah 13:17 Then I contended with the nobles of Judah, and said to them, “What evil thing is this that you do and disrespect the Sabbath day?”

Nehemiah 13:18 “Did not your fathers (the Children of Israel in the past) do that? And did not our Allaah bring all this evil upon us and upon this city? Yet you bring more wrath (from Allaah) upon Israel (today Israel and Palestine) by disrespecting the Sabbath.”



4. The Ten Commandments from Allaah and the wrath anger of Allaah in the Torah Taurat.

Torah Deuteronomy 5:9 (The Third commandment from Allaah) You shall not bow down to them (any man made image) nor serve them (meaning do not direct pray to such an image, do not direct worship to such an image) because I the Lord your Allaah am a jealous Allaah (meaning, pray only to Me (Allaah) the one Allaah) and I (Allaah) give punishment to the father (who disobeys this command) and also to his children (who disobeys this command) and also to the third generation and to the fourth generation of them (the children of Israel) that hate me (by disobeying this command). (Continued in Torah Deuteronomy 5:10)

Note 1. The Third commandment of Allaah means that Allaah has forbidden the use of images during prayer or in the presence of prayer.

Note 2. The Third commandment of Allaah says that those that hate Allaah shall not keep these commandments.

 

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

Note 1. The Third commandment of Allaah continues stating that those that love Allaah shall keep these commandments. If humans lived for 100 years then the thousandth generation of humans would be in 100,000 years.

Allaah made clear that no one can cancel the central commandments in the Torah Taurat which are the first three commandments given by Allaah to Prophet Moses Musa and confirmed by both Prophet Jesus Isa and Prophet Muhammad.

Note 2. It was because the children of Israel were not following the law in the Torah Taurat that Allaah sent his messenger Prophet Jesus Isa to the children of Israel in Jerusalem Al-Quds Judea today Israel and Palestine and Prophet Muhammad to Yathrib Arabia today Madinah Saudi Arabia to warn them to obey Allaah’s law.


The Ten Commandments from Allaah in the Torah Taurat.

See Quran 28:44 comments. 

28 god/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-28-haman-in-the-quran-and-the-bible

28a allah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-28-the-story-of-korah-qarun 

28b allah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-28-haman-in-al-quran-and-al-bible

28c. allaah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-28-the-ten-commandments  

28d allaah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-28-haman-in-al-bible-and-al-quran



5. Not all the Jews are the same.

Quran 3:113 Verse 3:113 Not all of them (the Jews of Yathrib Arabia later Medina Arabia today Madinah Saudi Arabia) are the same, some of the people of the Scripture (the Jews of Yathrib) stand for what is right (correct) and they recite the revelations of Allaah during the hours of the night prostrating themselves in prayer (to Allaah). 


Quran 3:114 Verse 3:114 Those (Jews of Yathrib) believe in Allaah and the Last Day and they do what is right and forbid what is wrong and they are quick to do good deeds and they are among the righteous. 


Quran 3:115 Verse 3:115 And whatever good they (the Jews of Yathrib) do, it shall be accepted and Allaah knows very well who are the righteous (among the Jews of Yathrib). 

Note 1. In the time of Prophet Muhammad the righteous among the Jews are promised Paradise Jannah.



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

Allaah will judge Jews living today by the Torah Taurat. 

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

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

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

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

c. Quran 5:48 “... But He (Allaah) tests you (the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims) by what He (Allaah) has given you (in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil of Jesus Isa by Mark, Matthew, Luke and John and the Koran Quran to show who is best in behaviour) …” 

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

e. Quran 5:48 “... To Allaah you shall all return and He (Allaah) shall then inform you (in the Hereafter) about (the correctness of) the religious matters in which you (the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims) argue among each other.

Note 1. Although Jews and Christians have been told to follow their Books in Quran 3:93, Quran 5:43, Quran 5:47, Quran 5:48, Quran 5:68 and Quran 32:23, Allaah shall attract some Jews and Christians to Islam and those Jews and Christians will receive a double reward in the hereafter in Quran 28:54.  



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

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

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

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

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

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


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


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

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



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

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


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


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


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

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


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


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

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


Note 1. Allaah confirms the Jewish Bible is protected because Allaah says he is fulfilling His covenant with the Children of Israel meaning the Children of Israel have a covenant with Allaah until the Day of Judgement meaning forever which is confirmed in the Jewish Bible and the Gospel Injil and in the Quran for every generation who obey the commandments in the Torah Taurat. 

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


Note 2. Although Jews and Christians have been told to follow their Books in Quran 3:93, Quran 5:43, Quran 5:47, Quran 5:48, Quran 5:68 and Quran 32:23, Allaah shall attract some Jews and Christians to Islam and those Jews and Christians will receive a double reward in the hereafter in Quran 28:54.  



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

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

Note 1. The Torah Taurat is protected forever.


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

Note 1. The Torah Taurat is protected forever. 


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

Note 1. The Torah Taurat is protected forever.



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

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



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

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

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


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

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


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

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


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

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

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



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

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

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

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

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

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




References: 


See 1. The 13 articles of Jewish faith explained by the Quran. 

The 13 principles of Jewish faith explained by the Quran. The 13 beliefs of Jewish faith explained by the Quran.

280 god/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/13-principles-of-jewish-faith-explained-by-the-quran

280allah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/13-pillars-of-jewish-faith-explained-by-the-quran

280allah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/13-articles-of-jewish-faith-explained-by-the-quran

280allaah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/13-foundations-of-jewish-faith-explained-by-the-quran

280allaah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/13-beliefs-of-jewish-faith-explained-by-the-quran

 


See 2. Allaah protects the Torah, Gospel and Koran. 

God protects the Taurat, Injil and Quran.

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   



See 3. The story of Prophet Jesus Isa in the Quran and in the Gospel Injil is the same story protected by Allaah.

See 1. The 8 signs of Prophet Muhammad in the Gospel of Mark. 

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-mark-1-5 
See 2. The 50 signs of Prophet Muhammad in the Gospel of Matthew. 
https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-matthew-1-7 
See 3. The 377 signs of Prophet Muhammad in the Gospel of Luke. 
https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-377-signs-of-prophet-muhammad-in-the-gospel-of-luke 
See 4. The hundreds of signs of Prophet Muhammad in the Gospel of John. 
https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-1-3 



See 4. The meaning of the mysterious letters in the Quran.

The meaning of ALM ALR ALMR ALMS HM TH TS TSM YS ASQ KHYAS N Q S 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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





  

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

 

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

 

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