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GENERAL TOPICS | BOARD ANNOUNCEMENTS / No heliocentric or geocentric
« on: July 02, 2020, 04:42:41 PM »
Assalamualaikum Osama and The Team,
I have read the website's articles which say that the universe is expanding. But I never saw an article that said that every BODY (Stars, planets, galixies, everything) is moving and on their own orbit. The sun orbits around the center of the milky way and moves. The earth orbits the sun and the moon orbits the earth. Do you know what a sidereal day is? It is the amount of time the earth takes to do a full rotate around it's axis by ITSELF. This time is equal to 23 hours 56 minutes and 4.1 seconds. Now the solar day is how long it takes the earth to rotate so that the SUN stays in the same position in the sky (for example, the sun is 60 degrees high in the sky, so how long will it take for the sun to stay in the same spot in the sky the next day?) . So a solar day is 24 hours. Now we see the difference 24 hours vs 23 hours 56 minutes and 4.1 seconds. The difference shows that the sun moves so as a result a solar day is different than a sidereal day. Finally, we see that the Quran in 39:5 says: "He created the heavens and earth in truth. He wraps the night over the day and wraps the day over the night and has subjected the sun and the moon, each running [its course] for a specified term. Unquestionably, He is the Exalted in Might, the Perpetual Forgiver." The word for "each running" is Kullon yajree كُلٌ يَّجْرِيْ which means "All running" and Kullon yajree is used for 3 or more things moving so these words do not just refer to the sun and moon moving but also earth. (Note: The words used for 2 things moving is Kulahuma Yajreean كلاهما يجريان but the Quran uses Kullon yajree كُلٌ يَّجْرِيْ proof that the Quran refered to three or more.) So according to the Quran, the earth, moon, and sun move and Kullon yajree could also mean more than 3 things move which means that EVERY BODY in the universe moves and not just the sun,moon,and earth. I hope you guys liked this miracle. Assalamualaikum.


« on: July 02, 2020, 02:40:46 PM »
Still have a question. What does مَوَاضِعِه [their (right) places] refer to? Does the “place” refer to the church and synagogue? Does it mean that priests and rabbis changed the words of the Law inside their churches and synagogues? Also I know that the current gospels of John,Luke,Mark, and Matthew are not the Injeel because Allah sent the Injeel but the modern day gospels are about Christ’s preachings from the perspective of the disciples. Even the gospel of Barnabas cannot be the Injeel because it does not have God’s commands that he sent to Christ directly because the gospel is in Barnabas point of view. An example is that in the true Injeel it should have said things like “I (God) do not want you guys to do this or that” instead of a disciple’s point of view like “Christ said to me and the other disciples to not do this or that.” So can you answering my question in the beginning and say if I’m wrong about the Injeel theory?
(BTW I say Christ instead of Jesus because in one of your articles you said that Jesus is not the real name and saying Jesus is cursing Christ.)

« on: July 01, 2020, 11:20:47 PM »
Who is Answering Christianity on facebook? Is that Osama Abdallah?

« on: July 01, 2020, 10:21:39 PM »
The Quran mentions number 19, so therefore is must be important. The Quran has 6236 verses. In Surah Shu'ara the opening verse is طسم (Taw Sin Mim). This verse has no meaning in arabic but the verse after this verse should explain everything. So the verse after is تِلْكَ اٰيٰتُ الْكِتٰبِ الْمُبِيْنِ which means "These are the verses of the Clear Book." The second verse is referring to the previous verse Taw Sin Mim, so this means that the first verse is equal to every verse in the Quran. Since there are 6236 verses in the Quran and the Quran told us that number 19 is important, we will see how many verses are in the Quran in Base-19 (In Base-19, the number 10 has to be equal to 19 in Base-10. So the numbers in Base 19 are 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I, and 10. If you count all numbers of Base 19, you'll see that 10 in Base 19 is equal to 19 in Base 10). 6236 is equal to H54 in Base 19 (I used a base calculator). Now let's go back to the verse طسم. Let's see how many times each letter of the verse is repeated in other verses that have no meaning in arabic throughout the Quran in Base 19 form. م appears H (17) times, س appears 5 times, and ط appears 4 times.

ط س م
H 5  4
You see! H54 is the amount of verses in the Quran and is the quantity of each letter in Taw Sin Mim! Sorry I worded this so badly.

(Mim, H times in Quran verses 2:1,3:1,7:1,13:1,26:1,28:1,29:1,30:1,31:1,32:1,40:1,41:1,42:1,43:1,44:1,45:1, and 46:1 Sin, 5 times in Quran verses 26:1,27:1,28:1,36:1, and 42:2 Taw, 4 times in Quran verses 20:1,26:1,27:1, and 28:1)


« on: June 30, 2020, 07:34:31 PM »
I have a question in regards to Quran verse 10:94. Why does it tell Muhammad pbuh to read past scriptures even though the Bible is corrupted? Does the verse mean to say "read the remnants of the truth from the Bible"? Also does يحرفون الكلم من بعد مواضعه refer to physical and textual corruption of the Bible or tongue distortion and just hiding the truth? What does "right places" in Surah Maidah mean? Does it refer to the priests corrupting the text in the church (right places)? Does "their (right) places" (مواضعه) refer to the church? I would like to know the answers please.


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