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GENERAL TOPICS | BOARD ANNOUNCEMENTS / Re: Did the Queen copy the Bible ?
« on: January 05, 2018, 05:37:55 AM »
Assalamu alaikum

This is a common claim made by Christians "The Bible came 600 years before the Quran but alot of the stories are the same like: Noahs ark , Adam and Eve and the story of Moses. So if the Bible came before the Quran that means the Quran copied stories from the Bible.
Any answers ?

1) The Noble Qur'an offers many historical statements similar to the Bible, however, the Bible has made outrageous errors, while the Noble Qur'an has told the Truth, and this is backed up by recent Scientific discoveries. One of the best examples is Malik of Yusuf (as) vs Pharaoh of Musa (as). It has been proven that Yusuf (as) was present in Egypt at the time of Middle Kingdom, while Musa (as) at the time of New Kingdom. The rulers of Egypt at the period of the Middle Kingdom didn't carry the title Pharaoh, while this term was introduced at the period of the New Kingdom just like the Noble Qur'an had described.

Pharaoh: Term used regularly by modern writers to refer to the Egyptian king. The word is the Greek form of the ancient Egyptian phrase per-aa ('the great house') which was originally used to refer to the royal palace rather than the king. The 'great house' was responsible for taxation of the lesser 'houses' (perw), such as the temple lands and private estates. From the New Kingdom (1550-1069 BC) onwards, the term was used to refer to the king himself.
("Pharaoh" in I. Shaw & P. Nicholson, British Museum Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt, 1995, British Museum Press: London, p. 222.)

Allahu Akbar! The Bible on the contrary mentions both rulers by the name Pharaoh thus making a tremendous error:

2) Similarity doesn't equal plagiarize.

Slave of Allah (swt)

Assalamu alaikum

It looks like the salafi prostitute is back.  LOL.  You keep spewing the nonsense that there are no Miracles in the Glorious Quran.  Ok, I will give you this chance.  If you prostitute around it like last time, I will ban you.  Let's take the Numerical Miracles.  Last time you said they don't exist.  You even said it when I gave you an XLS file that thoroughly demonstrates and proves one of the Miracles:

What is your response?

To the reader, the Numerical and Scientific Miracles and Prophecies of the Glorious Quran that I have on the website can be found at:

Allah's Divine Promise Fulfilled:

Allah Almighty's Divine Promise to preserve Pharaoh's body for all mankind to see had been thoroughly fulfilled.  And mankind did indeed see it and will continue to see it till the last day.  See my previous posts above for ample proofs.

You and your salafi prostitutes can vomit all of your nonsense about Pharaoh's body.  Scientists have proven that the body found died from drowning, and it is widely believed that it is Pharaoh's body.  And who said that his body had to be on the read sea?  People took his body back then after it washed ashore and preserved it.  Another Divine Miracle and Prophecy fulfilled.  The Glroious Quran is indeed Miraculous. 

I am waiting for your answer on the Numerical Miracles.  I feel your answer will be another ludicrous joke like before.

Osama Abdallah

WaAllahi I'm sincere in my heart. I absolutely believe that there are Linguistic, Historical and Scientific Miracles in the Noble Qur'an, as well as fulfilled prophecies. I only asked you to provide evidence for claiming that the Body of Ramses 2nd was found in the Red Sea, because I couldn't find a reliable source. Anyway thank you for your response!

I'm not the person you might be looking for.
Sorry akhi!

« on: January 04, 2018, 05:42:59 PM »
Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullah

There's two things I think you guys could help me on:

1) There is just so much against Islam I was always told that islam was perfect and now if feel in doubt. These Christian apologist I know you call them liars but sometimes I think what if there right? They have so many points against Islam.
2)  I'm in doubt so I beg and cry and ask Allah for a sign for months but nothing not the smallest thing this pushes me towards the idea of atheism.

1) There is no "if", someone is either right or wrong. Islam is PERFECT. The problem I see with many brothers and sisters is that when Islam is challenged, they instantly doubt. They have made *INVALID points against Islam. Hence? I don't see any problem. A lot of people are willfully ignorant thus they make easily refuted points. You could have a simpler reasoning. Try to understand the following concept. If something is proven True, everything that contradicts it, is False. There are clear Evidences from the Linguistic, Prophecies, Scientific and Numerical Miracles, that Islam is the Truth. It is so certain that the Noble Qur'an even offers a falsification test:

2) Don't ask Allah (swt) for Signs, His Signs are everywhere.

16:11He causes to grow for you thereby herbage, and the olives, and the date-palms, and the grapes, and all the fruits. Surely there is a sign in this for a people who reflect.

2) Just the thought of the Kalam Cosmological Argument, Teleological Argument, Ontological Argument and the Moral Argument for the existence of God, avoids me to even assert anything further concerning Atheism at all.

Allah (swt) says:

29:2 Do men think that they will be left alone on saying, We believe, and will not be tried?

29:3 And indeed We tried those before them, so Allah will certainly know those who are true and He will know the liars.

Praise be to Allah! May Allah send His Blessings upon Muhammad and the family of Muhammad! And may Allah (swt) help you escalate your doubts!

« on: January 04, 2018, 04:39:28 PM »
Assalamu alaikum brothers

I have a question regarding Sufi Philosophical arguments. Sufis have embraced the view that the Creation is not separate from the Creator, or that the Creation is a manifestation of Him, by the premise that if Allah was all there was before He created the Universe, then He should be the source or substance from which everything came from (Wahdat al-Wujood). We see in our world that everything that is created from something maintains its substance, hence they argue by the same premise. How do you respond to that?

Assalamu alaikum ya akhi

As'salamu Alaikum dear brother,

The infidels have nothing:

The doomed-to-Hell infidels have nothing on Islam. 

Though, could you refute this Website's response?

<salafi prostitutes link removed>

In short, is there any evidence that the Body of Pharaoh (namely Ramses 2nd) was found on the Red Sea?

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