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Offline Zakir

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Did the Queen copy the Bible ?
« on: December 24, 2017, 03:18:18 PM »
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.
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Re: Did the Queen copy the Bible ?
« Reply #1 on: December 24, 2017, 03:18:59 PM »
Sorry I meant Quran

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Re: Did the Queen copy the Bible ?
« Reply #2 on: December 25, 2017, 12:08:12 AM »
Surah Ali 'Imran [3:3]

"He has sent down upon you, [O Muhammad], the Book in truth, confirming what was before it. And He revealed the Torah and the Gospel."

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Re: Did the Queen copy the Bible ?
« Reply #3 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:
http://www.islamic-awareness.org/Quran/Contrad/External/josephdetail.html

2) Similarity doesn't equal plagiarize.

Sincerely,
Slave of Allah (swt)

 

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