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  • Scientists and ..........!
     Reply #150 - October 03, 2018, 08:23 AM

    Verse Of the Qur'an
    O assembly of Jinns and men, if you can penetrate the regions of the heavens and the earth, then penetrate them! You will not penetrate them except with authority.”
    Qur’an,55:33

    Here  the manual is the ability of God to the amount of his power
    No one of the jinn or people can pass through the seven heavens or the seven lands
    Only by His own will alone

    O assembly of jinns and men! If you have power to pass beyond the zones of the heavens and the earth, then pass (them)! But you will never be able to pass them, except with authority (from Allah)!

    هل كان محمد ﷺ رجل حرب - خالد ياسين (مترجم) Was Muhamma ...


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCi0eCbtTP8

    Funny commands in the bible by Ahmed Deedat. - YouTube
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TMmqBFwT8VY

    الشيخ خالد ياسين - لماذا نحن هنا في الدنيا - مترجم - YouTube
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUSMyGs8lVA

    محاضرة :: غرباء :: خالد ياسين :: مترجم 1/4 - YouTube
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60fyqSyEH-Y
  • Scientists and ..........!
     Reply #151 - October 03, 2018, 05:17 PM

    akay  puts out a verse from Quran and SOME JUNK TUBES and writes some junk
    Quote
    Verse Of the Qur'an
    O assembly of Jinns and men, if you can penetrate the regions of the heavens and the earth, then penetrate them! You will not penetrate them except with authority.”
    Qur’an,55:33


    Here  the manual is the ability of God to the amount of his power
    No one of the jinn or people can pass through the seven heavens or the seven lands
    Only by His own will alone

    O assembly of jinns and men! If you have power to pass beyond the zones of the heavens and the earth, then pass (them)! But you will never be able to pass them, except with authority (from Allah)!


    هل كان محمد ﷺ رجل حرب - خالد ياسين (مترجم) Was Muhamma ...


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCi0eCbtTP8

    Funny commands in the bible by Ahmed Deedat. - YouTube
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TMmqBFwT8VY

    الشيخ خالد ياسين - لماذا نحن هنا في الدنيا - مترجم - YouTube
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUSMyGs8lVA

    محاضرة :: غرباء :: خالد ياسين :: مترجم 1/4 - YouTube
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60fyqSyEH-Y

    akay  READING QURAN IS OK...

    but reading junk from you and watching those junk tubes ??


    here watch some children magic tricks and other magic shows

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fK53fzA2qa4

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3SD1EI430Wo

    and watch these

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kl0sI47tVgY

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cUqprRLASC4

    Do not let silence become your legacy  
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
  • Scientists and ..........!
     Reply #152 - October 10, 2018, 07:26 AM

    the water cycle in nature. This is a topic which is well known today. Consequently, the verses in the Qur’an that refer to the water cycle seem to express ideas that are now totally self-evident. But if we consider the ideas prevalent at that time, they appear to be based more on myth and philosophical speculation than on observed fact, even though useful practical knowledge on soil irrigation was current at that period.

    Let us examine, for example, the following verse in chapter az-Zumar:
    “Have you not seen that Allah sent rain down from the sky and caused it to penetrate the ground and come forth as springs, then He caused crops of different colors to grow…” Qur’an,39:21

    Such notions seem quite natural to us today, but we should not forget that, not so long ago, they were not prevalent. It was not until the sixteenth century, with Bernard Palissy, that we gained the first coherent description of the water cycle. Prior to this, people believed that the waters of the oceans, under the effect of winds, were thrust towards the interior of the continents.

    They then returned to the oceans via the great abyss, which, since Plato’s time was called the Tartarus .In the seventeenth century, great thinkers such as Descartes still believed in this myth. Even in the nineteenth century there were still those who believed in Aristotle’s theory that water was condensed in cool mountain caverns and formed underground lakes that fed

    springs. Today, we know that it is the infiltration of rain water into the ground that is responsible for this. If one compares the facts of modern hydrology with the data found in numerous verses of the Qur’an on this subject, one cannot fail to notice the remarkable degree of agreement between the two.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StPobH5ODTw

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJXk6eG6Y-A

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TiLBGHwX_4c

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fluiDCYCVhw
  • Scientists and ..........!
     Reply #153 - October 10, 2018, 11:15 AM

    Akay quotes another Quran verse along with some rubbish and videos of FOOLS WHO WASTE INTERNET BANDWIDTH and brain wash Muslim kids to run around Quran and mambo-jumbo  faith jargon so they grow up in to incompetent fellows with no job skills in this very competitive world
    [font=Verdana][s] the water cycle in nature. This is a topic which is well known today. Consequently, the verses in the Qur’an that refer to the water cycle seem to express ideas that are now totally self-evident. But if we consider the ideas prevalent at that time, they appear to be based more on myth and philosophical speculation than on observed fact, even though useful practical knowledge on soil irrigation was current at that period. [/s][/font]
    TO READ THE ABOVE JUNK  READ akay POST

    Quote
    Let us examine, for example, the following verse in chapter az-Zumar:
    “Have you not seen that Allah sent rain down from the sky and caused it to penetrate the ground and come forth as springs, then He caused crops of different colors to grow…” Qur’an,39:21

    [font=Verdana][s] Such notions seem quite natural to us today, but we should not forget that, not so long ago, they were not prevalent. It was not until the sixteenth century, with Bernard Palissy, that we gained the first coherent description of the water cycle. Prior to this, people believed that the waters of the oceans, under the effect of winds, were thrust towards the interior of the continents.

    They then returned to the oceans via the great abyss, which, since Plato’s time was called the Tartarus .In the seventeenth century, great thinkers such as Descartes still believed in this myth. Even in the nineteenth century there were still those who believed in Aristotle’s theory that water was condensed in cool mountain caverns and formed underground lakes that fed

    springs. Today, we know that it is the infiltration of rain water into the ground that is responsible for this. If one compares the facts of modern hydrology with the data found in numerous verses of the Qur’an on this subject, one cannot fail to notice the remarkable degree of agreement between the two. [/s][/font]
      TO READ THE ABOVE JUNK GIBBERISH  READ akay POST

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StPobH5ODTw

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJXk6eG6Y-A
    SILLY YOU TUBES FROM  THAT INDIAN GUY AND SOUTH AFRICAN GREEN GUY
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TiLBGHwX_4c

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


    well I like reading Quran,, So let me read and explain that verse to Akay,,

    Quote
    Let us examine, for example, the following verse in chapter az-Zumar:
    “Have you not seen that Allah sent rain down from the sky and caused it to penetrate the ground and come forth as springs, then He caused crops of different colors to grow…” Qur’an,39:21


    Akay ideally you should read at least 5 verses below and 5 verses above the verse of interest  to understand the function of a verse in Quran .  In this case you must read all the verses from 39:15 to 39:26 .. that is minimum requirement, for Muslim folks as well Non Muslim folks  to even think about the verse

    So let us read,,

    Quote
    14   Say: Allah (it is Whom) I serve, being sincere to Him in my obedience:   
     
    15   Serve then what you like besides Him. Say: The losers surely are those who shall have lost themselves and their families on the day of resurrection; now surely that is the clear loss.   
     
    16   They shall have coverings of fire above them and coverings beneath them; with that Allah makes His servants to fear, so be careful of (your duty to) Me, O My servants!   
     
    17   And (as for) those who keep off from the worship of the idols and turn to Allah, they shall have good news, therefore give good news to My servants,   
     
    18   Those who listen to the word, then follow the best of it; those are they whom Allah has guided, and those it is who are the men of understanding.   
     
    19   What! as for him then against whom the sentence of chastisement is due: What! can you save him who is in the fire?   
     
    20   But (as for) those who are careful of (their duty to) their Lord, they shall have high places, above them higher places, built (for them), beneath which flow rivers; (this is) the promise of Allah: Allah will not fail in (His) promise.   
     
    21   Do you not see that Allah sends down water from the cloud, then makes it go along in the earth in springs, then brings forth therewith herbage of various colors, then it withers so that you see it becoming yellow, then He makes it a thing crushed and broken into pieces? Most surely there is a reminder in this for the men of understanding.   
     
    22   What! is he whose heart Allah has opened for Islam so that he is in a light from his Lord (like the hard-hearted)? Nay, woe to those whose hearts are hard against the remembrance of Allah; those are in clear error.   
     
    23   Allah has revealed the best announcement, a book conformable in its various parts, repeating, whereat do shudder the skins of those who fear their Lord, then their skins and their hearts become pliant to the remembrance of Allah; this is Allah's guidance, He guides with it whom He pleases; and (as for) him whom Allah makes err, there is no guide for him.   
     
    24   Is he then who has to guard himself with his own person against the evil chastisement on the resurrection day? And it will be said to the unjust: Taste what you earned.   
     
    25   Those before them rejected (prophets), therefore there came to them the chastisement from whence they perceived not.   
     
    26   So Allah made them taste the disgrace in this world's life, and certainly the punishment of the hereafter is greater; did they but know!


    Those verses you must read to make some sense out of 39:21.....

    So what does that verse tell us??  with reference to  "SCIENCE OF WATER CYCLE ON EARTH  OR SCIENCE BEHIND WATER SPRINGS ON EARTH "  it tells you nothing ., and is nothing to do with water

    It is a verse  for faith heads  to reinforce faith in allah/god.  Quran has many such verses that tries to brain wash faith heads either by fear or by enticing them with goody-goodies such as heaven with honey filled swimming pools.. wide eyed houries..etc.,   and hell fire to others who do not believe in nonsense in Islamic scripture.,  

    watch these Idiots talking nonsense on Jannah to faith heads and hell fire for those who question these fools .

    by the way  you will also find similar stuff if not same in other faiths  and their books..  incidentally Quran has many such faith reinforcing  verses with

    "HAVE YOU NOT SEEN"   ....Qur’an, 39:21  .....  or "DO YOU NOT SEE"..........   statements  in it ., You can literally replace  one with other without making any difference to the inner reason  for  "Why Quran saying  what it is saying "

    here are such  .."HAVE YOU NOT SEEN ",,, .... "DO YOU NOT SEE"....examples for you from Quran..

    Quote
    1.  have you not seen those to whom a portion of the Book has been given? They believe in idols and false deities and say of those who disbelieve: These are better guided in the path than those who believe. ............Surah An-Nisaa, .Verse #51)

    2. have you not seen  those who assert that they believe in what has been revealed to you and what was revealed before you? They desire to summon one another to the judgment of the Shaitan, though they were commanded to deny him, and the Shaitan desires to lead them astray into a remote error. .........Surah An-Nisaa, . Verse #60)

    3.  have you not seen those who are forbidden secret counsels, then they return to what they are forbidden, and they hold secret counsels for sin and revolt and disobedience to the Apostle, and when they come to you they greet you with a greeting with which Allah does not greet you, and they say in themselves: Why does not Allah punish us for what we say? Hell is enough for them; they shall enter it, and evil is the resort.   Al-Mujaadila, Chapter #58, Verse #8)

    (4) have you not seen those who have become hypocrites? They say to those of their brethren who disbelieve from among the followers of the Book: If you are driven forth, we shall certainly go forth with you, and we will never obey any one concerning you, and if you are fought against, we will certainly help you, and Allah bears witness that they are most surely liars.  Al-Hashr, Chapter #59, Verse #11)

    (5)have you not seen those who befriend a people with whom Allah is wroth? They are neither of you nor of them, and they swear falsely while they know.
     Al-Mujaadila, Chapter #58, Verse #14)


    Quote
    1, do you not see how Allah has created the seven heavens, one above another,  Surah, Nooh, Chapter #71, Verse #15)

    2, do you not see  that Allah sends down water from the cloud, then makes it go along in the earth in springs, then brings forth therewith herbage of various colors, then it withers so that you see it becoming yellow, then He makes it a thing crushed and broken into pieces? Most surely there is a reminder in this for the men of understanding.   Az-Zumar, Chapter #39, Verse #21)

    3, do you not see   that Allah knows whatever is in the heavens and whatever is in the earth? Nowhere is there a secret counsel between three persons but He is the fourth of them, nor (between) five but He is the sixth of them, nor less than that nor more but He is with them wheresoever they are; then He will inform them of what they did on the day of resurrection: surely Allah is Cognizant of all things..............., Al-Mujaadila, Verse #7)


    So in short these .," Have you not seen".,   and :"Do you not see" are easily be replaceable with each other  without changing the meaning of a Surah in Quran  .. So dear akay.....

    Go .......Read Quran ........ Read Quran ........Read Quran ........
    with best wishes
    yeezevee

    Do not let silence become your legacy  
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
  • Scientists and ..........!
     Reply #154 - October 17, 2018, 07:01 AM

    The Qur'an is the very Word of God, revealed to the Prophet Muhammad , brought down by the honourable and noble angel Gabriel. It is not only guidance from God to all of mankind, but it is also the proof of the Prophethood of Muhammad . It is the greatest of all miracles and the most sacred and blessed, and the clearest in proof. The very beginning of the Prophethood and mission of Muhammad began with the first few verses of the Qur'an being revealed. Thereafter it was revealed piecemeal over the course of 23 or so years during which the Muslim community grew and flourished. It was preserved both orally and textually since then, and will remain protected by God until the end of time.

    The Qur'an is central to the life of every Muslim. It is a living reality. Just as it was for those who heard it for the first time from the lips of the Prophet , it is a communication from God directly addressing every person. Its words are timeless and eternally valid. It transforms events from a particular time and place into a great and complete lesson which is not limited by the specific circumstances in which they were revealed. Every word of it is deeply relevant to our concerns and experiences, and they are to be integrated fully into our lives. Day and night, it is ceaselessly recited. In homes, in mosques and from pulpits. Its recitation forms an integral part of the daily religious practice of each and every muslim in the world. The Imam recites from the Qur'an in the congregational prayers, and during Ramadhan every year the entire Qur'an is recited from cover to cover in most mosques by the Imam from memory.

    Whilst the Qur'an outlines the basic tenets of the religion and the principles of ethical behavior, it is not merely a collection of rulings or facts. The Qur'an focuses on building a firm foundation in one's heart, and strengthening and nourishing the faith and spirituality of the reader. Whatever challenge one is facing in life, there is certainty that the Qur'an will provide immense comfort and encouragement, just as it consoled the Prophet in his greatest struggles to convey the religion to his people. We are also connected to the struggles of many of the earlier Prophets, many of which are found in the Bible. So many lessons and morals are derived from their lives that we find their stories woven and repeated uniquely throughout the Qur'an. Thus is ingrained very effectively that the core message to humanity has remained the same since the first man and Prophet on earth until the last.

    Among our duties towards the Qur'an is reciting and memorising it, both of which are highly virtuous and rewarding actions. The Qur'an is unique in demanding to be preserved in memory. This is not a mechanical, ritual act; it is an act of high spiritual and devotional importance. It aids a person in pondering over its meaning, it makes the Qur'an flow on one's tongue, reside in one's mind, dwell in one's heart, such that it becomes a constant companion. Muslims everywhere memorise the Qur'an, many millions memorising the entire Qur'an from cover to cover, to the extent that such people have become ubiquitous within the Muslim community. The Qur'an can be recited in almost any place and situation, whether sitting, walking or riding.

    Studying and reflecting upon the meanings of the Qur'an is also a highly important matter. Its knowledge is like a sea: the deeper one dives into it, the more pearls he will find. Hence it is no surprise that voluminous exegetical works exist expounding its meaning. With the same diligence and scrupulousness that the Words of the Qur'an were preserved and transmitted from generation to generation, so too were its meanings and explanations. This science of Qur'anic exegesis is considered the most honourable of all sciences, and is like a key unlocking the treasure that is the Qur'an. Words pour out incessantly to explain its teachings and to exhort us to live by it. Our predecessors have set a great precedence in their attachment and reflection upon the Qur'an. Some of them would spend entire nights or mornings reflecting and weeping upon a single verse.

    Another unique aspect of the Qur'an is that it is a healing and protection, and part of our duty towards it is seeking cure from it. It is used to treat any form of illness, whether physical, psychological or spiritual. It is also recited to ward off evil and remove its effects. Among the names given to the very first chapter of the Qur'an are Ash-Shifa' (the Cure) and Ar-Ruqyah (remedy), due to its being used for these purposes - there is the narration of a Companion of the Prophet who used it as a remedy for a tribal chief who was poisoned. Also, when the Prophet was in his final illness, he would recite the last two chapters over himself. Muslims are likewise instructed to do the same. In addition, we are taught to recite specific portions of the Qur'an before sleeping, in the morning and the evening, and one can recite it over another who is ill. Similarly, the Qur'an dispels sadness, worry and regret. God tells us in the Qur'an: '...Verily, in the remembrance of Allah do hearts find rest.' [13:28].

    We see from the above glimpse that the Qur'an is an extraordinary Book that penetrates every aspect of one's life. Its message is for everyone. Its benefits are endless. It just needs an open, sincere heart that is looking for truth.

    When first reading the Qur'an, some people are initially confused by the seemingly random order. They may have expected to read a history book in chronological order, with chapters organized around certain themes or time periods. The Qur'an sometimes repeats particular points and recounts particular scenes in different ways throughout the different chapters. Historical accounts are interspersed with the lessons that can be learned from them. Exhortations to be kind and just are intertwined with reminders of the rewards of Paradise for those who are righteous.

    Major Themes of the Qur'an

    Muslims believe the Qur'an, together with the Hadith, contain all the knowledge and wisdom God gave us to live good lives on earth and to worship Him in the proper way: “And We have sent down to you the Book explaining all things — a guide, a mercy, and glad tidings” (Qur'an 16:89). Muslims believe that the Qur'an is the final revelation to human beings, and as such contains a universal message.

    Meccan and Madinian Chapters

    During the first ten years of his mission, Muhammad and his small group of followers faced the opposition of the powerful, polytheistic Meccan tribes. The verses of revelation that came to Muhammad during this time mainly focus on matters of faith: they stress the unity of God, denounce idol worship, remind us of the messages of previous prophets, and encourage the believers to persevere in patience and constancy. These chapters of the Qur'an are called the Meccan Chapters.

    After the Muslim community migrated to Madinah, the needs of the community changed. For the first time, the Muslims were able to organize a social system based in Islam. Thus, the focus of the revelation also began to shift. The chapters are longer, and they go into more detail about moral and ethical codes, criminal law, economic and state policy, and guidelines for relations with other communities. These chapters of the Qur'an are called the Madinian Chapters.

    The Qur'an is composed of 114 chapters of varying lengths. The longest is 286 verses long; the shortest is merely three verses. The Qur'an is also divided into thirty equal sections, called juz (Arabic for “division” or “fraction”). These divisions make it easier for a person to read equal portions during each night of the month of Ramadan.

    Overall Message

    Throughout the text, the Qur'an tells stories and parables about previous prophets and peoples and the lessons that can be learned from them. It provides clear instructions about what is permitted and forbidden in our daily lives. It gives encouragement, calling upon believers to put their faith and trust in Allah and to be patient. It describes the character of righteous people as opposed to evildoers. It warns of the punishment to come for those who reject faith and wreak havoc on earth and sends messages of glad tidings for “believers, who do deeds of righteousness.” It calls upon people to ponder on the natural world and to wonder about the signs of Allah's creation. Above all, the Qur'an heralds Allah's mercy and perfect justice.

    The Qur'an contains stories of past prophets, including many that have been mentioned in the Bible. Rather than focus on genealogies or long narratives, the Qur'an cites examples of righteousness and elaborates on the people's reactions to God's message. The fate of past nations is given as a warning to the believers not to make the same mistakes.

    Style

    There are various techniques used in the Qur'an to spark interest in the reader and drive points home. One common method is the use of parables. For example, when describing the great reward for people who spend money in charity, the Qur'an uses the corn seed as an example. Each seed of corn grows a plant with several ears, each of which has a hundred more grains (Qur'an 2:261).

    More than 200 passages of the Qur'an begin with the Arabic word Qul (Say!), a direct command to the Prophet Muhammad. What follows is usually a legal ruling, a reply to a question, or an explanation of some matter of faith. The word is used to grab attention and highlight the importance of what is to follow.

    Finally, the Qur'an uses repetition, one of the most powerful rhetorical techniques of the Arabic language. Repetition also allows the various themes of the Qur'an to wrap back to the common thread: that God is One and that in order for us to succeed in this life and the hereafter, we must follow His guidance. No topic is mentioned without relating it back to this central message.

     the Holy Qur'an does not depend on time and place. Its brilliance and authority that illuminated the darkness of Arabia fourteen centuries ago continues unwaveringly to shine with its original splendor. Besides that, the passing of time, the advancement of science and the development of information have made it possible for us to understand it and take its advantages even more than the nations of former ages did. It is evident that what time and place cannot influence will continue to be everywhere in the world for eternity. It is also clear that a world-wide everlasting religion should have a world-wide everlasting document of legitimacy in its possession.
    Not only with science. It is a book of history, philosophy, laws and many more. An unique book to guide the humanity.

    Then we can discuss the Holy Qur'an :
    from the point of modern science;
    and the scientific explorations;
    and the rotation of the Earth;
    and reproduction in the plant kingdom;
    and general reproduction in all the particles of the world;
    and general gravity;
    and the surrendering of the Sun and the Moon;
    and the secrets of the creation of mountains;
    and the advent of the world;
    and the existence of life on other planets;
    and the winds, the pollinator of plants;
    and the question of the roundness of the Earth; (
    And many other scientific facts and knowledge about the world can be found in the Holy Qur'an, too.
    FULL - How to Read and Understand the Quran - Dr. Zakir ...
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etFQ1Iv6J-E
  • Scientists and ..........!
     Reply #155 - January 19, 2019, 03:56 PM


    ركن المتحدثين: الأخ منصور يكتسح الكاهن الكاثوليكى فى النقاش. الجزء الثالث
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ckU24ze84A
  • Scientists and ..........!
     Reply #156 - January 20, 2019, 07:04 PM

    The Qur'an is the very Word of God, revealed to the Prophet Muhammad , brought down by the honourable and noble angel Gabriel. It is not only guidance from God to all of mankind, but it is also the proof of the Prophethood of Muhammad . It is the greatest of all miracles and the most sacred and blessed, and the clearest in proof. The very beginning of the Prophethood and mission of Muhammad began with the first few verses of the Qur'an being revealed. Thereafter it was revealed piecemeal over the course of 23 or so years during which the Muslim community grew and flourished. It was preserved both orally and textually since then, and will remain protected by God until the end of time.

    The Qur'an is central to the life of every Muslim. It is a living reality. Just as it was for those who heard it for the first time from the lips of the Prophet , it is a communication from God directly addressing every person. Its words are timeless and eternally valid. It transforms events from a particular time and place into a great and complete lesson which is not limited by the specific circumstances in which they were revealed. Every word of it is deeply relevant to our concerns and experiences, and they are to be integrated fully into our lives. Day and night, it is ceaselessly recited. In homes, in mosques and from pulpits. Its recitation forms an integral part of the daily religious practice of each and every muslim in the world. The Imam recites from the Qur'an in the congregational prayers, and during Ramadhan every year the entire Qur'an is recited from cover to cover in most mosques by the Imam from memory.

    Whilst the Qur'an outlines the basic tenets of the religion and the principles of ethical behavior, it is not merely a collection of rulings or facts. The Qur'an focuses on building a firm foundation in one's heart, and strengthening and nourishing the faith and spirituality of the reader. Whatever challenge one is facing in life, there is certainty that the Qur'an will provide immense comfort and encouragement, just as it consoled the Prophet in his greatest struggles to convey the religion to his people. We are also connected to the struggles of many of the earlier Prophets, many of which are found in the Bible. So many lessons and morals are derived from their lives that we find their stories woven and repeated uniquely throughout the Qur'an. Thus is ingrained very effectively that the core message to humanity has remained the same since the first man and Prophet on earth until the last.

    Among our duties towards the Qur'an is reciting and memorising it, both of which are highly virtuous and rewarding actions. The Qur'an is unique in demanding to be preserved in memory. This is not a mechanical, ritual act; it is an act of high spiritual and devotional importance. It aids a person in pondering over its meaning, it makes the Qur'an flow on one's tongue, reside in one's mind, dwell in one's heart, such that it becomes a constant companion. Muslims everywhere memorise the Qur'an, many millions memorising the entire Qur'an from cover to cover, to the extent that such people have become ubiquitous within the Muslim community. The Qur'an can be recited in almost any place and situation, whether sitting, walking or riding.

    Studying and reflecting upon the meanings of the Qur'an is also a highly important matter. Its knowledge is like a sea: the deeper one dives into it, the more pearls he will find. Hence it is no surprise that voluminous exegetical works exist expounding its meaning. With the same diligence and scrupulousness that the Words of the Qur'an were preserved and transmitted from generation to generation, so too were its meanings and explanations. This science of Qur'anic exegesis is considered the most honourable of all sciences, and is like a key unlocking the treasure that is the Qur'an. Words pour out incessantly to explain its teachings and to exhort us to live by it. Our predecessors have set a great precedence in their attachment and reflection upon the Qur'an. Some of them would spend entire nights or mornings reflecting and weeping upon a single verse.

    Another unique aspect of the Qur'an is that it is a healing and protection, and part of our duty towards it is seeking cure from it. It is used to treat any form of illness, whether physical, psychological or spiritual. It is also recited to ward off evil and remove its effects. Among the names given to the very first chapter of the Qur'an are Ash-Shifa' (the Cure) and Ar-Ruqyah (remedy), due to its being used for these purposes - there is the narration of a Companion of the Prophet who used it as a remedy for a tribal chief who was poisoned. Also, when the Prophet was in his final illness, he would recite the last two chapters over himself. Muslims are likewise instructed to do the same. In addition, we are taught to recite specific portions of the Qur'an before sleeping, in the morning and the evening, and one can recite it over another who is ill. Similarly, the Qur'an dispels sadness, worry and regret. God tells us in the Qur'an: '...Verily, in the remembrance of Allah do hearts find rest.' [13:28].

    We see from the above glimpse that the Qur'an is an extraordinary Book that penetrates every aspect of one's life. Its message is for everyone. Its benefits are endless. It just needs an open, sincere heart that is looking for truth.

    When first reading the Qur'an, some people are initially confused by the seemingly random order. They may have expected to read a history book in chronological order, with chapters organized around certain themes or time periods. The Qur'an sometimes repeats particular points and recounts particular scenes in different ways throughout the different chapters. Historical accounts are interspersed with the lessons that can be learned from them. Exhortations to be kind and just are intertwined with reminders of the rewards of Paradise for those who are righteous.

    Major Themes of the Qur'an

    Muslims believe the Qur'an, together with the Hadith, contain all the knowledge and wisdom God gave us to live good lives on earth and to worship Him in the proper way: “And We have sent down to you the Book explaining all things — a guide, a mercy, and glad tidings” (Qur'an 16:89). Muslims believe that the Qur'an is the final revelation to human beings, and as such contains a universal message.

    Meccan and Madinian Chapters

    During the first ten years of his mission, Muhammad and his small group of followers faced the opposition of the powerful, polytheistic Meccan tribes. The verses of revelation that came to Muhammad during this time mainly focus on matters of faith: they stress the unity of God, denounce idol worship, remind us of the messages of previous prophets, and encourage the believers to persevere in patience and constancy. These chapters of the Qur'an are called the Meccan Chapters.

    After the Muslim community migrated to Madinah, the needs of the community changed. For the first time, the Muslims were able to organize a social system based in Islam. Thus, the focus of the revelation also began to shift. The chapters are longer, and they go into more detail about moral and ethical codes, criminal law, economic and state policy, and guidelines for relations with other communities. These chapters of the Qur'an are called the Madinian Chapters.

    The Qur'an is composed of 114 chapters of varying lengths. The longest is 286 verses long; the shortest is merely three verses. The Qur'an is also divided into thirty equal sections, called juz (Arabic for “division” or “fraction”). These divisions make it easier for a person to read equal portions during each night of the month of Ramadan.

    Overall Message

    Throughout the text, the Qur'an tells stories and parables about previous prophets and peoples and the lessons that can be learned from them. It provides clear instructions about what is permitted and forbidden in our daily lives. It gives encouragement, calling upon believers to put their faith and trust in Allah and to be patient. It describes the character of righteous people as opposed to evildoers. It warns of the punishment to come for those who reject faith and wreak havoc on earth and sends messages of glad tidings for “believers, who do deeds of righteousness.” It calls upon people to ponder on the natural world and to wonder about the signs of Allah's creation. Above all, the Qur'an heralds Allah's mercy and perfect justice.

    The Qur'an contains stories of past prophets, including many that have been mentioned in the Bible. Rather than focus on genealogies or long narratives, the Qur'an cites examples of righteousness and elaborates on the people's reactions to God's message. The fate of past nations is given as a warning to the believers not to make the same mistakes.

    Style

    There are various techniques used in the Qur'an to spark interest in the reader and drive points home. One common method is the use of parables. For example, when describing the great reward for people who spend money in charity, the Qur'an uses the corn seed as an example. Each seed of corn grows a plant with several ears, each of which has a hundred more grains (Qur'an 2:261).

    More than 200 passages of the Qur'an begin with the Arabic word Qul (Say!), a direct command to the Prophet Muhammad. What follows is usually a legal ruling, a reply to a question, or an explanation of some matter of faith. The word is used to grab attention and highlight the importance of what is to follow.

    Finally, the Qur'an uses repetition, one of the most powerful rhetorical techniques of the Arabic language. Repetition also allows the various themes of the Qur'an to wrap back to the common thread: that God is One and that in order for us to succeed in this life and the hereafter, we must follow His guidance. No topic is mentioned without relating it back to this central message.

     the Holy Qur'an does not depend on time and place. Its brilliance and authority that illuminated the darkness of Arabia fourteen centuries ago continues unwaveringly to shine with its original splendor. Besides that, the passing of time, the advancement of science and the development of information have made it possible for us to understand it and take its advantages even more than the nations of former ages did. It is evident that what time and place cannot influence will continue to be everywhere in the world for eternity. It is also clear that a world-wide everlasting religion should have a world-wide everlasting document of legitimacy in its possession.
    Not only with science. It is a book of history, philosophy, laws and many more. An unique book to guide the humanity.

    Then we can discuss the Holy Qur'an :
    from the point of modern science;
    and the scientific explorations;
    and the rotation of the Earth;
    and reproduction in the plant kingdom;
    and general reproduction in all the particles of the world;
    and general gravity;
    and the surrendering of the Sun and the Moon;
    and the secrets of the creation of mountains;
    and the advent of the world;
    and the existence of life on other planets;
    and the winds, the pollinator of plants;
    and the question of the roundness of the Earth; (
    And many other scientific facts and knowledge about the world can be found in the Holy Qur'an, too.
    FULL - How to Read and Understand the Quran - Dr. Zakir .
    ..


      RUBBISH Video  from a nut case


    here is the one for you and for that fool in that video on Quran dear akay..

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

    with best wishes
    yeezevee

    Do not let silence become your legacy  
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
  • Scientists and ..........!
     Reply #157 - January 24, 2019, 06:59 AM


    the story of Moses  peace be upon him and especially the Exodus from Egypt of the Hebrews. concerning the historical time-frame occupied by the Exodus in the history of the pharaohs, I have concluded that the most likely is the theory which makes Merneptah, Ramesses II’s successor, the pharaoh of the Exodus.

    evidence leading us to situate Moses in the history of the pharaohs. Moses was probably born during the reign of Ramesses II. Biblical data. are therefore of considerable historical value in the story of Moses. A medical study of the mummy of Merneptah has yielded further useful information on the possible causes of this pharaoh’s death. The fact that we possess the mummy of this pharaoh is one of paramount importance. The Bible records that pharaoh was engulfed in the sea, but does not give any details as to what subsequently became of his corpse. The Qur’an, in chapter Yoonus, notes that the body of the pharaoh would be saved from the waters:
    “Today I will save your dead body so that you may be a sign for those who come after you.” Qur’an, 10:92
    A medical examination of this mummy, has, shown that the body could not have stayed in the water for long, because it does not show signs of deterioration due to prolonged submersion. Here again, the comparison between the narration in the Qur’an and the data provided by modern knowledge does not give rise to the slightest objection from a scientific point of view.
    Such points of agreement are characteristic of the Qur’anic revelation.

    The main causes which brought about such differences as arise from the comparison between the Holy Scriptures and modern knowledge is known to modern scholars. The Old Testament constitutes a collection of literary works produced in the course of roughly nine centuries and which has undergone many alterations. The part played by men in the actual composition of the texts of the Bible is quite considerable.

    The Qur’anic revelation, on the other hand, has a history which is radically different. As we have already seen, from the moment it was first commto humans, it was learnt by heart and written down during Muhammad’s own lifetime. It is thanks to this fact that the Qur’an does not pose any problem of authenticity.

    A totally objective examination of the Qur’an, in the light of modern knowledge, leads us to recognize the agreement between the two, as has already been noted on repeated occasions throughout this presentation.

    It makes us deem it quite unthinkable for a man of Muhammad’s time to have been the author of such statements, on account of the state of knowledge in his day. Such considerations are part of what gives the Qur’anic revelation its unique place among religious and non-religious texts, and forces the impartial scientist to admit his inability to provide an explanation based solely upon materialistic reasoning.

    Such facts as I have had the pleasure of exposing to you here, appear to represent a genuine challenge to human explanation leaving only one alternative: the Qur’an is undoubtedly a revelation from allah.

    كلام الله، هل هو القرآن أم الإنجيل؟|The Qur'an Or The Bible, Which Is God's Word
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  • Scientists and ..........!
     Reply #158 - February 05, 2019, 11:15 AM


    You should
    Studying the Qur'an

    Read and learn

    Now I know you have a problem
    Surprise
    The surprising result
    Exact match between the Holy Qur'an and the Hadith and science

    I beseech you to excuse
    Throughout your life you hear from the church ,the community around  you and  the western
    Islam on the mistakes

    Now you hear the Holy Qur'an and the Hadith
    And find fascinating facts and miracles a scientific approach

    Feel bewildered

    53. We will show them Our Signs in the universe, and in their ownselves, until it becomes manifest to them that this (the Qur'an) is the truth. Is it not sufficient in regard to your Lord that He is a Witness over all things?

    Lots and lots of miracles, material and scientific and medical all areas
    Mentioned by modern science

    These discoveries are compatible with the Qur'an fully
    In the past, present and future
    More And More physical evidence
    And so
    There is no excuse for not ratifying
    Not for a Muslim
    But for a non-Muslim
    To go in the direction of faith in God and His messengers


    Why don't you stop waiting and start looking? God has promised that anyone who seeks him with his whole heart will find him. He hasn't promised to reveal himself to those who don't care enough to look for truth.


    -- "scientific miracles of islam
    Prophet Mohamed (peace be upon him) spoke very carefully about a scientific fact realized by scientists few years ago. He said ( God will not held day of resurrection unless Arab land returns greens and rivers again ) [Narrated by Muslim.]

    scientifically, it was proved that one day the Arabian peninsula was full of greens and rivers as satellite photos confirm that there are buried rivers under the sand of Arab land , one of the great scientists of the American space agency (NASA) says that the taken photos for the desert had shown that one day this area was covered with rivers and lakes like Europe and one day in the future it will back again like the past."


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FpjPyWoSkfY

    Exact match between the Holy Qur'an and the Hadith and science
    In all fields of medicine - Astronomy - Heaven - earth - space - self 00000
    And the testimony of scientists

    must study Quran and Hadith


    Will say allah akbar
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    European Scientist converts to Islam youtube


    53. We will show them Our Signs in the universe, and in their ownselves, until it becomes manifest to them that this (the Qur'an) is the truth. Is it not sufficient in regard to your Lord that He is a Witness over all things?


    This is the reason for the return Atheist to the Oneness of allah
    allah guided you

    داعية مسلم يشرح لفتاة غير مسلمة الإسلام لقرابة ساعتين دون أن تقاطعه الجزء الاول
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=czmDPAHzg9o


    داعية مسلم يشرح لفتاة غير مسلمة الإسلام لقرابة ساعتين دون أن تقاطعه الجزء الثانى
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRantJkyJUw


    داعية مسلم يشرح لفتاة غير مسلمة الإسلام لقرابة ساعتين دون أن تقاطعه الجزء الثالث
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh9AOtIiDgE


    داعية مسلم يشرح لفتاة غير مسلمة الإسلام لقرابة ساعتين دون أن تقاطعه الجزء الرابع
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cV-lAJXA0C8


    داعية مسلم يشرح لفتاة غير مسلمة الإسلام لقرابة ساعتين دون أن تقاطعه الجزء الخامس
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDARqBr1eFE
  • Scientists and ..........!
     Reply #159 - February 13, 2019, 06:57 AM

    محامي أمريكي إذا أردت الأمان لعائلتك فجاور مسلم

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9tjZ-ZvwqI
    حمزة يتعامل مع الأسئلة الفضولية | Hamza Deals with Curious Questions

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xrBoxZ_ztpo
    امرأة فرنسية تبكي بعد إعتناقها الإسلام

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zREIfK24Dm4
  • Scientists and ..........!
     Reply #160 - February 19, 2019, 06:47 PM

    botany at the time of Muhammad (S) was not advanced enough in any country for scientists to know that plants have both male and female parts.

    but
    in the Qur’an
    “(God is the One who) sent down rain from the sky and with it brought forth a variety of plants in pairs.” Qur’an, 20:53
    Today we know that fruit comes from plants that have sexual characteristics even when they come from unfertilized flowers, like bananas. In the chapter ar-Ra‘d we read the following:
    “… and of all fruits (God) placed (on the earth) two pairs.” Qur’an, 13:3



    In the field of physiology, there is one verse which appears extremely significant to me. One thousand years before the discovery of the blood circulatory system, and roughly thirteen centuries before it was determined that the internal organs were nourished by the process of digestive , a verse in the Qur’an described the source of the constituents of milk, in conformity with scientific facts.

    To understand this verse, it must first be known that chemical reactions occur between food and enzymes in the mouth, the stomach and the intestines releasing nutrients in molecular form which are then absorbed into the circulatory system through countless microscopic projections of the intestinal wall called villi. Blood in the circulatory system then transports the nutrients to all the organs of the body, among which are the milk-producing mammary glands.


    This biological process must be basically understood, if we are to understand a verse in the Qur’an which has for many centuries given rise to commentaries that were totally incomprehensible.

    Today it is not difficult to see why! This verse is taken from the chapter an-Nahl:
    “Verily, in cattle there is a lesson for yon. I give you drink from their insides, coming from a conjunction between the digested contents ( of the intestines ) and the blood, milk pure and pleasant for those who drink it.” Qur’an, 16:66
    The constituents of milk are secreted by the mammary glands which are nourished by the product of food digestion brought to them by the bloodstream.

    The initial event which sets the whole process in motion is the conjunction of the contents of the intestine and blood at the level of the intestinal wall itself.
    This very precise concept is the result of the discoveries made in the chemistry and physiology of the digestive system over one thousand years after the time of Prophet Muhammad (S).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_Uy6lzQb7U

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NzXVXSvqhw

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtA4HXfcIXA
  • Scientists and ..........!
     Reply #161 - February 26, 2019, 06:43 PM

    the complexity of the semen and the fact that an infinitely small quantity is required to ensure fertilization. In chapter al-Insaan the Qur’an states:
    “Verily, I created humankind from a small quantity of mingled fluids.” Qur’an, 76:2

    The Arabic word nutfah has been translated as “small quantity”. It comes from the verb meaning ‘to dribble, to trickle’ and is used to describe what remains in the bottom of a bucket which has been emptied. The verse correctly implies that fertilization is performed by only a very small volume of liquid.
    On the other hand, mingled fluids ( amshaaj ) has been understood by early commentators to refer to the mixture of male and female discharges. Modern authors have corrected this view and note that the sperm is made up of various components.

    When the Qur’an talks of a fertilizing fluid composed of different components, it also informs us that human progeny will be formed from something extracted from this liquid. This is the meaning of the following verse in chapter as-Sajdah:
    “Then He made [ man's ] offspring from the essence of a despised fluid.”
    Qur’an, 32:8
    The Arabic word translated by the term ‘essence’ is sulaalah which means ‘something extracted, the best part of a thing’. In whatever way it is translated, it refers to part of a whole. Under normal conditions, only one single cell, spermatozoon, out of over 50 million ejaculated by a man during sexual intercourse will actually penetrate the ovule.
    Sh Khalid Yasin ماذا يجب ان افعل؟ I love a girl
    -
    ماذا يجب

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bD0Gll4IRr8
    Watch the video
    You will be shocked

    Debate: Dr. Zakir Naik vs. Dr William Campbell - The Quran and the Bible in the Light of Science
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOD2KXXzsjM

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pnc4woJSfk

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

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2eghBcXYddk
  • Scientists and ..........!
     Reply #162 - March 06, 2019, 11:57 AM

    Once the egg has been fertilized in the fallopian tube, it descends to lodge itself inside the uterus. This process is called the ‘implantation of the egg’. Implantation is a result of the development of villosities, which, like roots in the soil, draw nourishment from the wall of the uterus and make the egg literally cling to the womb. The process of implantation is appropriately described in several verses by the word ‘alaq, which is also the title of the chapter in which one of the verses appears:
    “God fashioned humans from a clinging entity.” Qur’an, 96:2


    The evolution of the embryo inside the maternal uterus is only briefly described, but the description is accurate, because the simple words referring to it correspond exactly to fundamental stages in its growth. This is what we read in a verse from the chapter al-Mu’minoon:
    “I fashioned the clinging entity into a chewed lump of flesh and I fashioned the chewed flesh into bones and I clothed the bones with intact flesh.” Qur’an, 23:14
    The term ‘chewed flesh’ (mudghah) corresponds exactly to the appearance of the embryo at a certain stage in its development.
    It is known that the bones develop inside this mass and that they are then covered with muscle. This is the meaning of the term ‘intact flesh’ (lahm).


    The embryo passes through a stage where some parts are in proportion and others out of proportion with what is later to become the individual. This is the obvious meaning of a verse in the chapter al-Hajj, which reads as follows:
    “I fashioned (humans) a clinging entity, then into a lump of flesh in proportion and out of proportion.” Qur’an, 22:5.
    Next, we have a reference to the appearance of the senses and internal organs in the chapter as-Sajdah:
    “… and (God) gave you ears, eyes and hearts.” Qur’an, 32:9
    Nothing here contradicts today’s data and, furthermore, none of the mistaken ideas of the time have crept into the Qur’an. Throughout the Middle Ages there were a variety of beliefs about human development based on myths and speculations which continued for several centuries after the period.


    The most fundamental stage in the history of embryology came in 1651 with Harvey’s statement that “all life initially comes from an egg”. At that time, when science had benefited greatly from the invention of the microscope, people were still arguing about the respective roles of the egg and spermatozoon. Buffon, the great naturalist, was one of those in favor of the egg theory.Bonnet, on the other hand, supported the theory of ‘the ovaries of Eve’, which stated that Eve, the mother of the human race, was-supposed to have had inside her the seeds of all human beings packed together one inside the other.

    ماذا سوف يحدث عندما يعود المسيح؟ Joshua Evans - YouTube


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3g0_ry5c7Y


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsD2Dnbd4ps
  • Scientists and ..........!
     Reply #163 - March 12, 2019, 10:25 PM

    I love a girl خالد ياسين مترجم

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEff5yQOIgA

    عودة المسيح عيسى Yusha Evans

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMvD1JfZnn4
    صورتي على الفيس حلال ام حرام ؟ الشيخ Haitham al-Haddad

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=myLMUS2_FxA&t=73s

    فتاة تسأل اومن ان الله واحد و ان عيسى ليس ابن الله | يوشع ايفانز مترجم
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUd5UdpLZ8s
  • Scientists and ..........!
     Reply #164 - March 13, 2019, 10:34 AM

    Once the egg has been fertilized in the fallopian tube, it descends to lodge itself inside the uterus. This process is called the ‘implantation of the egg’. Implantation is a result of the development of villosities, which, like roots in the soil, draw nourishment from the wall of the uterus and make the egg literally cling to the womb. The process of implantation is appropriately described in several verses by the word ‘alaq, which is also the title of the chapter in which one of the verses appears:
    “God fashioned humans from a clinging entity.” Qur’an, 96:2


    The evolution of the embryo inside the maternal uterus is only briefly described, but the description is accurate, because the simple words referring to it correspond exactly to fundamental stages in its growth. This is what we read in a verse from the chapter al-Mu’minoon:
    “I fashioned the clinging entity into a chewed lump of flesh and I fashioned the chewed flesh into bones and I clothed the bones with intact flesh.” Qur’an, 23:14
    The term ‘chewed flesh’ (mudghah) corresponds exactly to the appearance of the embryo at a certain stage in its development.
    It is known that the bones develop inside this mass and that they are then covered with muscle. This is the meaning of the term ‘intact flesh’ (lahm).


    The embryo passes through a stage where some parts are in proportion and others out of proportion with what is later to become the individual. This is the obvious meaning of a verse in the chapter al-Hajj, which reads as follows:
    “I fashioned (humans) a clinging entity, then into a lump of flesh in proportion and out of proportion.” Qur’an, 22:5.
    Next, we have a reference to the appearance of the senses and internal organs in the chapter as-Sajdah:
    “… and (God) gave you ears, eyes and hearts.” Qur’an, 32:9
    Nothing here contradicts today’s data and, furthermore, none of the mistaken ideas of the time have crept into the Qur’an. Throughout the Middle Ages there were a variety of beliefs about human development based on myths and speculations which continued for several centuries after the period


    The most fundamental stage in the history of embryology came in 1651 with Harvey’s statement that “all life initially comes from an egg”. At that time, when science had benefited greatly from the invention of the microscope, people were still arguing about the respective roles of the egg and spermatozoon. Buffon, the great naturalist, was one of those in favor of the egg theory.Bonnet, on the other hand, supported the theory of ‘the ovaries of Eve’, which stated that Eve, the mother of the human race, was-supposed to have had inside her the seeds of all human beings packed together one inside the other.
    .

    [s]ماذا سوف يحدث عندما يعود المسيح؟ Joshua Evans - YouTube


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3g0_ry5c7Y

    JUNK TUBES
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsD2Dnbd4ps[/s]

    what happened dear akay??. Science went out of the window in the science folder..  you are filling the folder with JUNK TUBES and gibberish posts

    Do not let silence become your legacy  
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
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