296c. Who is Samiri and the calf in al Quran?


                                                                           Updated. 
                                                            7 November 2017 (1439 AH).


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




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

Comment 1. Who is Samiri?
Samiri (Saamari, Samirii, Sameri, Samira, Samiriyy, Samri, Samariy).
Allaah used Samiri to test who among the children of Israel believed in idol worship.

1a.
Some people say that the name Samiri is not important.
Why is the name Samiri important?
In the sacrifice of the son of Abraham Ibrahim Quran chapter 37 surah 37 sura 37 why did Allaah not name Ishmael Ismail and not bless Ishmael Ismail but instead names Isaac Ishaq and Abraham Ibrahim and blesses Isaac Ishaq and Abraham Ibrahim?

The answer is that in Quran chapter 37 surah 37 sura 37 Ishmael Ismail is not in the story of the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham Ibrahim.
In Quran chapter 37 surah 37 it is important to know the names Isaac Ishaq and Abraham Ibrahim because these are the only names that are mentioned by Allaah and blessed by Allaah in the story of the sacrifice. 

Here is another example that shows why it is important when names are given in the Quran.
Allaah has not included Prophet Ishmael Ismail with the blessing of vision in Quran 38:45 but instead Allaah purposefully mentions Prophet Ishmael Ismail separately without his father in the next verse Quran 38:48. Why? Because Allaah is showing us that the father and the son who was to be sacrificed in the vision of the dream was Prophet Abraham Ibrahim and Prophet Isaac Ishaq in Quran 38:45.
During the time of the sacrifice Prophet Isaac Ishaq was “the only son” living with Prophet Abraham Ibrahim because Allaah had already taken Prophet Ishmael Ismail away from Prophet Abraham Ibrahim into Allaah’s care in the desert.
In Quran 38:48 Allaah mentions Prophet Ishmael Ismail without his father because Allaah had taken Prophet Ishmael Ismail and his mother Hagar Hajar away to Allaah’s care in the desert and Allaah was now asking Prophet Abraham Ibrahim to give as a sacrifice to Allaah Prophet Isaac Ishaq who was “the only son” that Prophet Abraham Ibrahim still had living with him.
Would Prophet Abraham Ibrahim sacrifice to Allaah “his only son” Prophet Isaac Ishaq who was the only son living with Prophet Abraham Ibrahim?
Prophet Abraham Ibrahim had earlier already given away his first son Prophet Ishmael Ismail to Allaah’s care by leaving Prophet Ishmael Ismail and his mother Hagar Hajar in the desert with little food or water.
Allaah had already taken the first son and now Allaah wanted “the only son” Prophet Isaac Ishaq who was still living with Prophet Abraham Ibrahim to be sacrificed. That was the test from Allaah.

For these same reasons it is important to know Samiri because Allaah has revealed this name (... and Samiri has led them astray).
If it was not important to know the name Samiri then Allaah would have revealed “and Satan Shaitan has led them astray."

See 1.
Quran chapter 37Sacrifice of Isaac and Ishmael.

Quran surah 37. Sacrifice of Prophet Ishaq and Prophet Ismail.

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


Comment 2. How can we find why Allaah has revealed the name Samiri?
Quran 41:43 Verse 41:43 Nothing is said (by Allaah) to you (Prophet Muhammad) except what has already been said to the messengers before you. Your Lord (Allaah) is the possessor of forgiveness and severe punishment.

2a.
What has been revealed about Samiri by the messengers of Allaah before Prophet Muhammad?
The story of the golden calf at Mount Sinai Horeb is in the Torah Taurat.
Samiri is not in the Torah Taurat.
Samiri is not in the Gospel Injil.

2b.
What does the Quran say about Jewish stories told by rabbis?
Stories in Jewish rabbinical literature can be true or false or a faulty mixture of truth and falsehood.
This is the same for Muslim hadith stories and Christian stories from humans.

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

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

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

 

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

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


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

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

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

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

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

Note 3. Satan Shaitan obeys Allaah unwillingly. 

Satan Shaitan whispers to humans suggesting they do evil.

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

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

Quran 17:60 Verse 17:60 “.... We (Allaah) warn (people to do what is good and avoid what is evil) and make them afraid (of Allaah by describing the home for evil doers in Hell Fire in the Hereafter) but it only increases them (some of the humans) in nothing but greater disobedience against Allaah (and the commandment to do what is good and avoid what is evil). 

 

Comment 3. The golden calf in Jewish rabbinic literature is a story from humans that explains what is not explained in the story of the golden calf in the Torah Taurat.

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

Angel Samael (Sammael Samil) is said to have tempted Eve Hawa according to stories from Rabbi Eliezer.

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

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

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


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

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

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


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

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

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

The Quran inspires the correct understanding of this faulty Jewish story from humans which has mixed truth with falsehood.

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


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

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


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

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

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


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




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


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

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

The story of Prophet Moses Musa and the Holy land is in Quran 5:20 – 5:26

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




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


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

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


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


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

See Quran 20:85 – 20:98 comments.




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


Comment 1. What is a lowing sound?

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


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

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


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

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


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


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


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

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

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



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


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


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


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


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

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


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

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


See 1. Haman is the same in the Torah and Quran.

320 god https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/haman-is-the-same-in-the-torah-and-quran

320A allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/haman-is-the-same-in-the-taurat-and-quran 
320B 
allaah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/hamaan-is-the-same-in-the-taurat-and-quran

 

See 2. Haman in the Koran. 

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

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



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

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


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

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


Comment 3. How does the Quran correct the Jewish understanding of Angel Samael (Sammael Samil)?

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


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


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


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


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

See Quran 20:85 – 20:98 comments.




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

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




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

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




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

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




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

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




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

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




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

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




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

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




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


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

Who is the messenger in the story of Samari?

Who is the messenger in the story of Sameri?

Who is the messenger in the story of Samiri?

Who is the messenger in the story of Samirii?

Who is the messenger in the story of Sameri?

Who is the messenger in the story of Samira?

Who is the messenger in the story of Samiriyy?

Who is the messenger in the story of Samri?

Who is the messenger in the story of Samariy?


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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

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

Quran 20:96 corrects the religious error in this Jewish story by rabbis by showing that it was the dust in the footprint of Angel Samael (Sammael Samil) that had been put in the statue of the golden calf and not the Angel. In other words the Angel of Allaah was not promoting idol worship.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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




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


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

Quran 17:60 Verse 17:60 “.... We (Allaah) warn (people to do what is good and avoid what is evil) and make them afraid (of Allaah by describing the home for evil doers in Hell Fire in the Hereafter) but it only increases them (some of the humans) in nothing but greater disobedience against Allaah (and the commandment to do what is good and avoid what is evil). 


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

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

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

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




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


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


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


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


3000 years ago the Torah Taurat warned against the evil of idol worship and human sacrifice which existed in the world and offered an alternate view of a life that is righteous.


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


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

Quran 17:60 Verse 17:60 “.... We (Allaah) warn (people to do what is good and avoid what is evil) and make them afraid (of Allaah by describing the home for evil doers in Hell Fire in the Hereafter) but it only increases them (some of the humans) in nothing but greater disobedience against Allaah (and the commandment to do what is good and avoid what is evil). 


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

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


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

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

 

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

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


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

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


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



The story of Samiri and the calf.

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

Jews today have understood the correction to this story.

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


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

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


 


 

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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