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Old 08-29-2015, 03:36 PM
 
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"Very strange indeed how these atheists ask for impossibilities."
To God there is nothing impossible, but why should He do any request of them; the messenger conveys the message, and anyone deserving the guidance will accept it, and anyone who does not deserve the guidance, will not be guided whatever any man may speak to him and give him all proofs and arguments; because the disbeliever is bad and is a wrong-doer who wrongs people and transgresses on the orphan and the poor and needy, whatever he may deny this.

One:This meaning is so clear in these ayat:
107: 1-3:
{ 1. Have you considered him who denies 'the punishment and the reward' [in the Next Life!?]

2. It is he who repulses the orphan [away from his rights. a]

3. And [on account of his misery] he never urges [people] to feed the needy. b}
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a And does not give him.
b The meaning: if he is capable to feed, he will not feed the needy; and if he is not capable, he will not urge people to feed him.


Two: And this aya is very clear in this respect:
45: 23
{ 23. Have you [Mohammed] considered him who takes as his god according to his ego b,
and God misguides him in spite of his knowledge c,
and has set a seal upon his hearing and his heart, and has placed upon his eyesight a covering d?
Who then shall guide him after God [has misguided him?] e
Will you not then reflect f ?}
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b i.e. his own desires.
c It means: He is a scientist or is educated, and is not ignorant; but in spite of that, God misguides Him from the way of the truth, because he is a wrong-doer: he wrongs the weak and needy, and plunder their rights.
d So that he does not hear the voice of the truth, neither does he see his way nor can find it.
e i.e. none can guide him.
f About the consequence and punishment, and so you may receive admonition and may refrain from doing wrong.

The interpretation is by Mohammed-Ali Hassan Al-Hilly.
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Old 08-29-2015, 03:47 PM
 
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"I should here explain an important point:
God does not want the disbelievers to believe, but He misguides them because they are wrong-doers;"

How very evil. The creator of the universe creates us and the makes us wrongdoers (while he tells Muslims to mass rape women in front of their husbands) and then misleads us so he can roast us in hell for eternity while torturing us.

Wow. Just wow.
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Old 08-29-2015, 04:01 PM
 
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"I should here explain an important point:
God does not want the disbelievers to believe, but He misguides them because they are wrong-doers;"

How very evil. The creator of the universe creates us and the makes us wrongdoers (while he tells Muslims to mass rape women in front of their husbands) and then misleads us so he can roast us in hell for eternity while torturing us.

Wow. Just wow.
People are two kinds:
One of them are kind-hearted and merciful to the weak, the poor, the needy, the orphan and the widow; and they are modest, they are generous with their money, and they are not proud over the parent and their conduct is good and righteous.
The other category: are with bad conduct, proud, haughty, miser and they dislike to spend of their money on the poor and do not help the weak, and they are disobedient to parents, moreover, they transgress on people, defame them ...etc the rest of the bad manners of behavior.

God likes the first category and dislikes the second; therefore, He will guide the righteous and the one with good conduct, and will not guide the wrong-doer who wrongs people and transgresses on them, and if not all these features with him, some of such manners are with him.

So God knows better who deserves the guidance and is prepared to it, and so he will guide him and reward him, and knows better who deserves the misguidance and so will misguide him and punish him.

17: 46
{46. And We have laid 'tight coverings' on their hearts, lest they should understand it, and impairment of hearing in their ears j; and if you [Mohammed] mention, in the Quran, [the might of] your Lord, alone [and that their gods have no ability to do anything], they will turn away [from you] with aversion k.}
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j Lest they should hear it.
This has been explained in the interpretation of the Quran 6: 25.
k And so they cannot listen to such words of yours.

The interpretation is by Mohammed-Ali Hassan Al-Hilly.
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Old 08-29-2015, 04:16 PM
 
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People are two kinds:

Those who rape captive women and let their men mass rape captive women. Those that steal and order others to slaughter the ones that don't like them. The ones that own and trade slaves and sell women and have sex with children and demand terrorism and hate and make their child brides clean gobs of sperm from their clothes and create evil gods to threaten people.

Then there are those that want nothing to do with people who rape, murder, steal, own and trade slaves and have sex with children and demand terrorism and hate and create evil gods to threaten people.
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Old 08-29-2015, 04:17 PM
 
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1.13 The Cause of Shadows
Shadows are produced when the sun's light is blocked by an obstacle. It is the Earth's rotation that causes these shadows to change size and location. However, by calling the sun the guide of shadows, this verse claims shadows are caused due to the sun's movement. A non-living "guide" can have two meanings: a controller of movement or an indicator. Other translations of this verse do call the sun an indicator but this is also unscientific because the sun cannot indicate them.

(Hast thou not turned thy vision to thy Lord?- How He doth prolong the shadow! If He willed, He could make it stationary! then do We make the sun its guide; Then We draw it in towards Ourselves,- a contraction by easy stages.)
Qur'an 25:45-46


Answer:
So these atheists and other adversaries of God and His messenger and His Quran; they go to such ambiguous ayat, which even Muslims do not know their exact meaning and implication, then they misinterpret it and take it a pretext to disprove the Quran, as they imagine.

Now, this is the interpretation of this aya according to the inspired interpreter of the Quran and the Bible: Mohammed-Ali Hassan Al-Hilly:

Qur'an 25:45-46
{ 45. Haven’t you [man] considered [the acts of] your Lord: how He has kept on the shadow a [of the earth, which is the night, lasting on successive zones of the earth, due to its axial rotation]?
Had He willed, He could have made it stationary [by stopping the earth from its axial rotation a]; then We have made the sun [setting] a sign indicative of the [coming of the night.]

46. Then We have withdrawn [the shadow: the night] to Us [by the sun-rising on that zone of the earth b], with an easy withdrawal.}
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a So that the shadow will be lasting on one side of the earth, and then those who will be on the day side will perish from the extreme heat; and those on the night side will perish from the extreme coldness.
b So that the shadow disappears from it.
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Old 08-29-2015, 04:23 PM
 
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People are two kinds:

Those who rape captive women and let their men mass rape captive women. Those that steal and order others to slaughter the ones that don't like them. The ones that own and trade slaves and sell women and have sex with children and demand terrorism and hate and make their child brides clean gobs of sperm from their clothes and create evil gods to threaten people.

Then there are those that want nothing to do with people who rape, murder, steal, own and trade slaves and have sex with children and demand terrorism and hate and create evil gods to threaten people.
This is not our discussion.
This is your trickery of people, by ascribing such acts to God and to the Islam, while such groups have been founded by your Zionists and Imperialists, to disfigure the religion of God and to devastate the countries of Muslims, and in my opinion I think they invented such groups to remove the ruler of Syria, whom they could not till now remove , because of disagreement between US and Russia.
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Old 08-29-2015, 05:56 PM
 
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"This is your trickery of people, by ascribing such acts to God and to the Islam,"

I've proved over and over every one of these things comes from Islam.
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Old 08-30-2015, 02:15 PM
 
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1.14 Sun is a Flat Disk
This verse suggests that the Sun is flat and can be folded up. The Sun appears as a flat disc from the perspective of a person on earth, but the sun is in fact a near-perfect sphere (oblate spheroid). The verse implies the authors ignorance of this fact.

(When the sun (with its spacious light) is folded up)
Qur'an 81:1



Answer:
This is an obvious example of the lies of the atheist, because in one of the atheists book of Dawkins, he listed flaws as he called them in the Torah (the Bible of Jews) and in the Gospel and in the Quran, as he claimed, of course he took them from some Christians and Jews: rancorous, who saw the Islam propagate before their eyes, and they inserted some websites and books full of such claimed flaws so as to disprove the Glorious Quran. They depended on some ayat that are Mutashabihat or ambiguous in meaning, and depended also on some traditions and words ascribed to Prophet Mohammed, that are not certainly authentic.

To the reader, who do not know Arabic: I tell him: this is a dirty lie; because nothing is said in the Quran that the sun is a flat disc!
But these atheists lie to themselves before lying to others; they go to the ayat that are obscure: Mutashabihat, the meaning of which none knows, even Muslims themselves, then they give it a distorted misinterpretation and take it as a pretext to disprove the Quran, according to their claim.

So now this is the meaning of the aya 81:1
The reason for revealing the following ayat:
[Some associaters and idolaters asked about Doomsday when it will be, so God – be glorified – said in reply to their question:]
{81: 1. When the sun shall be 'divided into many spheres'. a}
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a At that time, Doomsday will take place.
Because when the life of the sun will end, and its surface will cool down, then it will have a cold earthy crust which will prevent the emergence of the gases out of its core, but then when the gases will increase in its core and will be imprisoned inside it, then the sun will burst and will be cut up to become nineteen pieces, which will be drawn by the gravity of the sun nearest to them, which is called Saqar, and they will circle around it as do the planets circle around our present sun.
In this way, a new solar system, else than our present solar system, will be formed. The indication of this is His saying – be glorified – in the Quran 14: 48, which means:
(On the day [of Doom] when the earth shall be exchanged by another earth, and the [gaseous] heavens too [shall be exchanged by other gaseous heavens]; and [all] shall come forth unto God, the One, the Subduer.)

The interpretation is by Mohammed-Ali Hassan Al-Hilly.
The Universe and the Quran 4
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Old 08-30-2015, 02:45 PM
 
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2.7 Corn has Seven Ears, Each with a Hundred Grains
A corn plant generally has only one or two ears and an ear has up to 600 grains.

The parable of those who spend their substance in the way of Allah is that of a grain of corn: it groweth seven ears, and each ear Hath a hundred grains.
Qur'an 2:261


Answer:
I will reply to this, and I am surprised of the ignorance of such atheists, so that they rush to say things about the Glorious Quran, without true knowledge; and this one is a very good example of this.

Anyone has only a simple knowledge about wheat, he knows also that the one stock or stem of the wheat plant may branch and its branches may bear seven ears or less.
Wheat Stock Photo | Thinkstock

Moreover, the parable intended to explain that the reward of doing a good work and charity will be 700 folds or more in the Next Life.
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Old 08-30-2015, 03:37 PM
 
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2.7 Corn has Seven Ears, Each with a Hundred Grains
A corn plant generally has only one or two ears and an ear has up to 600 grains.

The parable of those who spend their substance in the way of Allah is that of a grain of corn: it groweth seven ears, and each ear Hath a hundred grains.
Qur'an 2:261


Answer:
I will reply to this, and I am surprised of the ignorance of such atheists, so that they rush to say things about the Glorious Quran, without true knowledge; and this one is a very good example of this.

Anyone has only a simple knowledge about wheat, he knows also that the one stock or stem of the wheat plant may branch and its branches may bear seven ears or less.
Wheat Stock Photo | Thinkstock

Moreover, the parable intended to explain that the reward of doing a good work and charity will be 700 folds or more in the Next Life.
One cause of cunfision. It is only in America and a few other places corn refers to Maize while in the rest of the world corn refers to Wheat or in some cases also oats or barly.

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Corn made America what it is today. For thousands of years before European contact and takeover, the civilizations of Central America painstakingly bred a hard little nubbin of a wild grain called teosinte into modern corn’s giant, food-packed ear. It became such a central part of the culture that the Aztecs, for one, had a whole god dedicated to corn, and it proved just as valuable for the first colonists to hit these shores: without stealing some ears that the local tribes had stashed for the winter on Cape Cod, the first wave of Pilgrims wouldn’t have lived till spring. And now, it’s the most commonly farmed plant in the whole country.

But what made us call it “corn”? The more technical name for the big green stalk, maize, came to English from the Spanish maiz, a barely altered version of the Taino (the language native to Hispaniola, the island of Haiti and the Dominican Republic) word for the plant, mahiz.

“Corn” itself, though, has much deeper roots, going back to the misty prehistory of Proto-Indo-European. Both “grain” and “corn” come from the same very old PIE word, though there are two options for which that might be: either ger-, meaning “worn down,” or gher-, meaning “matured.” That stem wound up through Latin, on the one hand, which kept the G and gave us today’s “grain,” and through the Germanic languages, which, in their no-nonsense way, turned the G into a hard K, and gave us “corn.”

That conflation, of “grain” and “corn,” gets at another whole facet of corn’s past, too. Back in the day, English speakers could use “corn” to refer to any grain they felt like, though it usually meant the predominant crop in a given region. In England, wheat was “corn,” while oats were “corn” in Scotland and Ireland, and even rice was “the only corn that grows in the island” of Batavia (a.k.a. the Indonesian island of Java), as described in a 1767 travelogue.

What we call just plain “corn” today started out as “Indian corn,” but we dropped the qualifier by the early 1800s. Today Americans, Canadians, and Australians are still the only Anglophones who call the stuff on the cob “corn,” and a trip down a British Tesco aisle will yield more references to “maize” than you’d ever find stateside (unless you’re at a grade school Thanksgiving pageant).

The Etymology of the Word 'Corn' - Bon Appétit
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