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Peace be upon you and your family,

I want to prove to you that Prophet Mohamed is mentioned in the Torah and the Bible.

1.   First, let me prove to you that the Jewish changed the name of the sacrificed son of Prophet Abraham from Ishmael to Isaac.
 
•   Genesis (16:16) Abram was eighty-six years old when Hagar bore him Ishmael.
•   Genesis (21:5) Abraham was a hundred years old when his son Isaac was born to him.

According to these two verses, Ishmael was 14 years older than Isaac.

•   Genesis (22:2) Then God said, “Take your son, your only son, whom you love-Isaac- and go to the region of Moriah. Sacrifice him there as a burnt offering on a mountain I will show you.”

According to this verse, God told Prophet Abraham to sacrifice his only son Isaac. But as I mentioned in previous two verses, Ishmael was 14 years older than Isaac. Therefore, the only son prophet Abraham had when God instructed him to sacrifice was Ishmael.


2.   Let me remind you that God is Jealous. Jealous does not mean that He is jealous of someone who has a better car or house, etc. Jealous here means that He does not share anything with anyone. For example, a human or animal has a son; therefore, God does not have a son.

•   Isaiah (42:8) I am the Lord; that is my name; my glory I give to no other, nor my praise to carved idols.
•   Exodus (34:14) for you shall not worship any other god, for the Lord, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God.

Some Christians may say that Jesus is not a son of God, but he is god, or the shadow of God, or trinity i.e. part of God. Let me prove to you that Jesus claimed in the Bible that he is nothing, not even good.

•   Luke (18:18-19) Then a certain ruler asked Him, “Good Teacher, what must I do to inherit eternal life?” “Why do you call Me good?” Jesus replied. “No one is good except God alone.

If Jesus did not allow people to call him even “good”, why then Christians call him son of God or God. Some Christians may claim that Jesus meant to be humble. Let me then tell you that in this case Jesus misled mankind and I don’t believe this.

3.   God told Prophet Moses in the Torah that He will send another prophet. Why God did not mention the name of the prophet? Is God playing games with us? Of course not, God mentioned the name of the prophet but the Jewish deleted it.

•   Deuteronomy (18:18-20) I will raise up for them a prophet like you from among their brothers. And I will put my words in his mouth, and he shall speak to them all that I command him. And whoever will not listen to my words that he shall speak in my name, I myself will require it of him. But the prophet who presumes to speak a word in my name that I have not commanded him to speak, or who speaks in the name of other gods, that same prophet shall die.

Let us analyze these three verses. The Christians believe that the man that God spoke about is Jesus.
1.   Prophet (as I bolded above in the verse): God told Moses “a prophet”, so why do Christians call Jesus son of God, or God.
2.   Like you (as I highlighted above in the verse in red color): Please note that God told Moses that the prophet will be like Moses. But Jesus is different than Moses because Jesus was born from a mother and Moses was born from a father and a mother. Therefore, God meant another person.
3.   From among their brothers (as I highlighted above in the verse in blue color): God told Moses that the prophet will be from among their brothers. Jesus is from the Israelites, but Mohamed is from the brothers of the Israelites, because Jesus came from the descendants of Isaac and Mohamed came from the descendants of Ishmael, and as I mentioned above Ishmael is the brother of Isaac.
4.   That same prophet shall die (as I highlighted above in the verse in purple color): God told Moses if the prophet is a liar, he shall die. But Mohamed’s book “Quran” is still with us for more than 1400 years.

4.   God also said in the Bible that a man will come after the departure of Jesus. Why God did not mention the name of this person. It’s because Christians deleted his name. Christians today believe that this person is the Holy Spirit. Please note that the verse said: “him” which means a male (man).

•   John (16:7) But very truly I tell you, it is for your good that I am going away. Unless I go away, the Advocate will not come to you; but if I go, I will send him to you.

•   John (16:14) He will glorify me because it is from me that he will receive what he will make known to you.

Please note that Jesus said in the Bible that the person who will come will glorify him. Let me inform you that Quran glorifies Jesus and his mother Mary. Please note that Quran is the holy book for Muslims.

•   Quran (3:42) And [mention] when the angels said, O Mary, indeed God has chosen you and purified you and chosen you above the women of the worlds.

•   Quran (19:30-36) [Jesus] said, Indeed, I am the servant of God. He has given me the Scripture and made me a prophet. And He has made me blessed wherever I am and has enjoined upon me prayer and zakah (paying charity) as long as I remain alive. And [made me] dutiful to my mother, and He has not made me a wretched tyrant. And peace is on me the day I was born and the day I will die and the day I am raised alive. That is Jesus, the son of Mary - the word of truth about which they are in dispute. It is not [befitting] for God to take a son; exalted is He! When He decrees an affair, He only says to it, “Be,” and it is. [Jesus said], “And indeed, God is my Lord and your Lord, so worship Him. That is a straight path.

5.   I hope this proves to you that Prophet Mohamed is mentioned in the Torah and the Bible but his name was deleted similar to the name of the sacrificed son of Prophet Abraham whose name was changed to Isaac as I mentioned in the first page.

6.     Now if Prophet Mohamed is a liar and he is not a prophet of God and he only wants to become famous, why then he told Christians that they are disbelievers. If a man wants to be famous, he should be friend with everyone to gain more supporters.

•   Quran (5:72) They have certainly disbelieved who say, “God is the Messiah, the son of Mary” while the Messiah has said, “O Children of Israel, worship God, my Lord and your Lord.” Indeed, he who associates others with God - God has forbidden him Paradise, and his refuge is the Fire. And there are not for the wrongdoers any helpers.

•   Quran (5:73) They have certainly disbelieved who say, “God is the third of three.” And there is no god except one God. And if they do not desist from what they are saying, there will surely afflict the disbelievers among them a painful punishment.

•   Quran (9:30-31) The Jews say, “Ezra is the son of God”; and the Christians say, “The Messiah is the son of God.” That is their statement from their mouths; they imitate the saying of those who disbelieved [before them]. May God destroy them; how are they deluded? They have taken their scholars and monks as lords besides God, and [also] the Messiah, the son of Mary. And they were not commanded except to worship one God; there is no deity except Him. Exalted is He above whatever they associate with Him.

What do Muslims believe in?
1.   Muslims believe in one God, who is not Jesus, we don’t associate any partner with Him,
2.   And His angels,
3.   And all His prophets from Adam till Mohamed,
4.   And all the books that He sent to mankind i.e. Zober for prophet David (does not exist anymore), Torah for prophet Moses (that some of it are currently altered), Bible for prophet Jesus (that some of it are currently altered), and Quran for prophet Mohamed (which God promised to protect from alteration till the end of the world because God will not send any books anymore). Please click this link to watch scientists from England that tested the original copy of the Quran that was written more than 1400 years and compared it to the current copy of the Quran that we have today and found it to be the same.
https://www.cnn.com/videos/world/2015/07/22/oldest-quran-manuscript-found-orig.cnn/video/playlists/the-quran/
5.   And the unseen (i.e. we don’t know the future, whatever happens, is the will of God whether good or not and we have to accept it and be grateful to God even if it’s not good),
6.   And in the Day of Judgment and the disbelievers will go to hellfire forever as a punishment and believers will go to heaven forever as a reward.

Muslims believe that God will count a sin as one point and a good doing as 10 points. When we make more sins than our good doings, God may delete them if He wills except if you associate any partner with Him. If anyone associates any partner with God like Jesus, Ezra, etc, there will be no court for them and they will go directly to hellfire forever.

To become a Muslim, you must believe in your heart and say in your tongue the following statement:
•   I testify that there is no god but one God, and I testify that Mohamed is His servant and His prophet, and I testify that Jesus (son of Mary) is His servant and His prophet.

Thank you kindly for taking the time to read this article. May God enlighten your heart and the heart of every human on earth to see the way of heaven? Please forward a copy of this article to all non-Muslim friends that may God guides them.

With Great Respect,
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Learn Arabic / Verb Conjugation Part II: Doubled Root Verbs
« Last post by Qualities of Allah on January 03, 2022, 07:09:41 PM »
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

 

We have covered conjugation of simple sound verbs and the three possible shapes they can have in the past tense. We will now move on to conjugating doubled root verbs, the second type of sound verb.

So doubled root verbs are verbs where the third radical and second radical are the same. As a result of this, the two radicals combine into one with a tashdeed. The verb شَكَّ (to doubt, lit:he doubted) is a good example. This verb was originally شَكَكَ but since the last two radicals (root letters) are the same they have combined into شَكَّ.

Let's conjugate شَكَّ in the past tense. The verb شَكَّ (and all doubled root verbs in general) opens up into three radicals in the third person plural feminine and the entirety of the second and first person conjugations in the past tense. You will understand what this means when I start conjugating. Let's start:

(Masculine will be in blue and feminine will be in pink. Unisex will be green.)

Third Person Singular

He doubted: شَكَّ
She doubted: شَكَّتْ

Third Person Dual

They doubted: شَكَّا
They doubted: شَكَّتَا

Third Person Plural

They doubted: شَكُّوا
They doubted: شَكَكْنَ

Second Person Singular

You doubted: شَكَكْتَ
You doubted: شَكَكْتِ

Second Person Dual

You doubted: شَكَكْتُمَا

Second Person Plural

You doubted: شَكَكْتُمْ
You doubted: شَكَكْتُنَّ

First Person Singular

I doubted: شَكَكْتُ

First Person Plural

We doubted: شَكَكْنَا











As you can see, the verb is left double rooted in all the cases except for the third-person plural feminine and the entirety of the second and first persons, where it opens up. For example, "I doubted" is شَكَكْتُ while "he doubted" is شَكَّ. In شَكَكْتُ, the kaaf opens up to two kaafs. This will happen for all doubled root verbs.

Now moving on to present tense. In the present tense the verb (and all doubled root verbs) will be opened up in only the second person and third person feminine plural.

(Masculine will be in blue and feminine will be in pink. Unisex will be green.)

Third Person Singular

He doubts: يَشُكُّ
She doubts: تَشُكُّ

Third Person Dual

They doubt: يَشُكَّانِ
They doubt: تَشُكَّانِ

Third Person Plural

They doubt: يَشُكُّوْنَ
They doubt: يَشْكُكْنَ

Second Person Singular

You doubt: تَشُكُّ
You doubt: تَشُكِّيْنَ

Second Person Dual

You doubt: تَشُكَّانِ

Second Person Plural

You doubt: تَشُكُّوْنَ
You doubt: تَشْكُكْنَ

First Person Singular

I doubt: اَشُكُّ

First Person Plural

We doubt: نَشُكُّ












As you can see, the third and second person feminine plurals opened up in conjugation to two kaafs. Whenever the conjugation opens up in the present tense, the vowel (hark) on the first radical is moved to the second radical. For example "he doubts" is يَشُكُّ and "they (f. plural) doubt" is يَشْكُكْنَ. The dhamma of the first radical ش in the former conjugation, is moved to the ك in the latter conjugation. This rule applies to every doubled root letter verb. Another example is the verb يَمَسُّ (he touches), it turns into يَمْسَسْنَ (they f. plural touch). The fatha of the first radical م of the former conjugation was moved to the second radical س in the latter conjugation.

We will not do future tense since its conjugations are obvious. All you have to do is precede the present tense verb with سَ or سَوْفَ.

One last thing to mention about doubled root verbs is that it can have two possible shapes when opened up in the past tense. It can either have a fatha on its second radical or a kasra. An example of an opened doubled root verb with a kasra on its second radical is وَدِدْتُ (I loved). As for the example of an opened doubled root verb with a fatha on the second radical you already know it as we dedicated this whole topic to conjugate it, شَكَكْتُ (I doubted). As for what vowel the second radical will have in the present tense when it opens up, it can be either of the three vowels but dhamma is the most common. For example it could either be يَشْكُكْنَ (they f. plural doubt), يَمْسَسْنَ (they f. plural touch), or يَحْبِبْنَ (they f. plural love). This would make the vowel go back to the first letter if it was masculine singular and make يَشُكُّ (he doubts), يَمَسُّ (he touches), and يَحِبُّ (he loves).

I am now done with this lesson.

السلام عليكم
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Quran Morality and Moral Code, Laws & QA / Re: Quran abolished slavery
« Last post by Emre_1974tr on December 28, 2021, 04:44:07 AM »
My Turkish article translated with machine:

Quran abolished slavery

And the subject of slavery is constantly being asked and discussed. Although some authors have made necessary explanations on this subject, I thought I would mention it.

The Qur'an forbade slavery and declared that people are equal.

As stated in the Qur'an, even the prophets do not have the authority to take slaves. Servitude-slavery to something other than Allah, that is, created is one of the greatest sins:

Zumer
29. GOD gives the example of a man with conflicting partners and a man who is dependent on a single person. Will these two ever be equal? Praise is to GOD. But many do not know.

(Man has only one master, and that is our Lord. Servitude-slavery to anyone other than the Almighty Creator is shirk, and in this verse, those who serve only Allah and those who are created are compared with an example. And it is stated that these two are not the same.)

Religion They have taken the scholars, the priests, and the Messiah, son of Mary, as lords (masters) after GOD. However, they were commanded to serve only one God. There is no god but Him. He is Higher than those whom he associates with. (

9:31 ) Say: 'People of the Books! Come to a principle that is the same between us and you: that we should not serve anyone but Allah, and that we should not associate anything with Him, and that neither of us should take the other as lords after Allah. ` If they do not accept, `bear witness, we are Muslims! say. (3: 64)

Surah Ali Imran
Verse 79: No one to whom Allah has given the book, knowledge and prophethood has the authority to stand up and say to people: "Be a servant to me, not to Allah". But: "Become the soldiers of Allah's way because you are teaching the book and taking lessons!" says.

Surah Hud Verse 2: That is, do not be a servant to anyone but Allah! I am a prophet sent by Him to give good news and warn you!

Surah Anbiya,
Verse 98: "You and those you serve as slaves besides Allah are the firewood of Hell. You will all enter there."

No Muslim could acquire slaves after the religion of Islam (the periods when true Islam in the Qur'an was practiced). But the cessation of slaves from the period of ignorance took place step by step. The verses command the release of the slaves in the smallest thing, financial assistance to them, and getting them married if the age has come. For example:

5 Maide Surah
89 GOD does not hold you responsible for your random oaths. However, it holds you accountable for what you knowingly do. If you break your oath, the punishment is to feed or clothe ten poor people from the food you usually feed your family, or release a slave. Whoever cannot find it should fast for three days. This is the punishment for your willful oaths. Keep your vows. This is how Allah explains His verses so that you may respond well.

BELED
12. Do you know what the hard way is?
13. To liberate slaves;


It is clearly stated that even prisoners of war cannot be enslaved.

"When you finally prevail, take them captive; release them either free of charge or for ransom. Apply this until the war situation is over. "(47-4)

Allah, with a slave who has no power and is the property of someone else, secretly and openly from the beautiful sustenance We have given him. He gives as an example the one who spends in the way of Allah. Are they ever equal? Praise be to Allah, but most of them do not know. (Nahl 75)

Here again, a person who serves other than Allah is compared with a free person who serves only Allah, and slavery is condemned. We also see in the verse that wealth is held above poverty. These and similar verses indicate that servitude should only be against Allah.

And in fact, in a religion where even stealing is prohibited, slavery, that is, stealing human freedom, is completely abolished.

Think about it, while it is forbidden to even take a person's car or pen without permission, it is highly prohibited to acquire a slave by stealing that person's self.

In other words, if you cannot take even one item of a person without permission, it means that you cannot make that person a slave to you by force.

And again, as stated in the verses, since all people are free to believe and live as they wish, slavery is prohibited in the religion of Islam, due to the world of testing.

Peace

http://emre1974tr.blogspot.com/2011/07/kuran-koleligi-kaldrmstr.html

The Quran completely abolishes slavery. So it suddenly removes it without a phase.

However, since non-Muslim slave owners and non-Muslim countries do not abandon their slaves, the liberation of those slaves by Muslims involves stages/times.

The slave emancipation desired in the verses is the stage of freeing the slaves of non-Muslims from them.

Already, Muslims cannot acquire slaves, nor can they become slaves.
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GENERAL TOPICS | BOARD ANNOUNCEMENTS / Re: Noah
« Last post by QuranSearchCom on December 21, 2021, 12:45:40 AM »
[037:076]  And We delivered him and his people from the Great Calamity,
[037:077]  And made his progeny to endure (on this earth);
[037:078]  And We left (this blessing) for him among generations to come in later times:
[037:079]  "Peace and salutation to Noah among the nations!"

Prophet Noah, peace be upon him, and his followers (people) were saved.  The believers were not drowned.  Noah's son was among the disbelievers and he perished.

Noah's offspring after the flood were the fathers and bloodline of Prophets.  This I believe is limited to the Middle Eastern Prophets and Messengers. 
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Learn Arabic / Re: Plurals
« Last post by Qualities of Allah on December 20, 2021, 03:30:10 PM »
*CORRECTION:This is important. I dont knowwhat I was thinking of the day I made this lesson but the plural for "وَالِدٌ (father)" is وَالِدُوْنَ, not وَالِدَانِ. The latter is the dual form (2 fathers), while the former is the plural form (3+ fathers).

SORRY FOR TEACHING FALSE KNOWLEDGE!
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GENERAL TOPICS | BOARD ANNOUNCEMENTS / Re: Noah
« Last post by Qualities of Allah on December 20, 2021, 03:00:29 PM »
Ok one last question. Why does Quran verse 37:77 say that only Noah's descendents were saved from the flood when Noah's followers who were not his family were also in the Ark?

(I now understand that the verse says only his household OUT OF HIS PEOPLE were saved and not out of the whole world but now I am asking why it says only his descendents were saved as he also had unrelated followers?)

Jazakallah Khayran
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GENERAL TOPICS | BOARD ANNOUNCEMENTS / Re: Noah
« Last post by QuranSearchCom on December 20, 2021, 10:38:48 AM »
wa Alaikum As'salam Wa Rahmatu Allah Wa Barakatuh,

"...We could drown them: then no one would respond to their cries, nor would they be rescued"


The flood was local.  It did not include all nations of the earth.  It was only a punishment to Noah's people similar GOD Almighty's punishment to Lot's people.  Please visit:

www.answering-christianity.com/100_percent_guarantee_that_quran_is_divine.htm
www.answering-christianity.com/noah_is_cornerstone_of_number_19_miracle.htm



Take care,
Osama Abdallah
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Quran Morality and Moral Code, Laws & QA / Quran abolished slavery
« Last post by Emre_1974tr on December 20, 2021, 04:02:07 AM »
My Turkish article translated with machine:

Quran abolished slavery

And the subject of slavery is constantly being asked and discussed. Although some authors have made necessary explanations on this subject, I thought I would mention it.

The Qur'an forbade slavery and declared that people are equal.

As stated in the Qur'an, even the prophets do not have the authority to take slaves. Servitude-slavery to something other than Allah, that is, created is one of the greatest sins:

Zumer
29. GOD gives the example of a man with conflicting partners and a man who is dependent on a single person. Will these two ever be equal? Praise is to GOD. But many do not know.

(Man has only one master, and that is our Lord. Servitude-slavery to anyone other than the Almighty Creator is shirk, and in this verse, those who serve only Allah and those who are created are compared with an example. And it is stated that these two are not the same.)

Religion They have taken the scholars, the priests, and the Messiah, son of Mary, as lords (masters) after GOD. However, they were commanded to serve only one God. There is no god but Him. He is Higher than those whom he associates with. (

9:31 ) Say: 'People of the Books! Come to a principle that is the same between us and you: that we should not serve anyone but Allah, and that we should not associate anything with Him, and that neither of us should take the other as lords after Allah. ` If they do not accept, `bear witness, we are Muslims! say. (3: 64)

Surah Ali Imran
Verse 79: No one to whom Allah has given the book, knowledge and prophethood has the authority to stand up and say to people: "Be a servant to me, not to Allah". But: "Become the soldiers of Allah's way because you are teaching the book and taking lessons!" says.

Surah Hud Verse 2: That is, do not be a servant to anyone but Allah! I am a prophet sent by Him to give good news and warn you!

Surah Anbiya,
Verse 98: "You and those you serve as slaves besides Allah are the firewood of Hell. You will all enter there."

No Muslim could acquire slaves after the religion of Islam (the periods when true Islam in the Qur'an was practiced). But the cessation of slaves from the period of ignorance took place step by step. The verses command the release of the slaves in the smallest thing, financial assistance to them, and getting them married if the age has come. For example:

5 Maide Surah
89 GOD does not hold you responsible for your random oaths. However, it holds you accountable for what you knowingly do. If you break your oath, the punishment is to feed or clothe ten poor people from the food you usually feed your family, or release a slave. Whoever cannot find it should fast for three days. This is the punishment for your willful oaths. Keep your vows. This is how Allah explains His verses so that you may respond well.

BELED
12. Do you know what the hard way is?
13. To liberate slaves;


It is clearly stated that even prisoners of war cannot be enslaved.

"When you finally prevail, take them captive; release them either free of charge or for ransom. Apply this until the war situation is over. "(47-4)

Allah, with a slave who has no power and is the property of someone else, secretly and openly from the beautiful sustenance We have given him. He gives as an example the one who spends in the way of Allah. Are they ever equal? Praise be to Allah, but most of them do not know. (Nahl 75)

Here again, a person who serves other than Allah is compared with a free person who serves only Allah, and slavery is condemned. We also see in the verse that wealth is held above poverty. These and similar verses indicate that servitude should only be against Allah.

And in fact, in a religion where even stealing is prohibited, slavery, that is, stealing human freedom, is completely abolished.

Think about it, while it is forbidden to even take a person's car or pen without permission, it is highly prohibited to acquire a slave by stealing that person's self.

In other words, if you cannot take even one item of a person without permission, it means that you cannot make that person a slave to you by force.

And again, as stated in the verses, since all people are free to believe and live as they wish, slavery is prohibited in the religion of Islam, due to the world of testing.

Peace

http://emre1974tr.blogspot.com/2011/07/kuran-koleligi-kaldrmstr.html
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Learn Arabic / Simple Sound Verbs: Three Possible Shapes
« Last post by Qualities of Allah on December 19, 2021, 06:50:59 PM »
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

I have not been here for half a year but now we will continue from where we left off.

So last topic, we conjugated كَتَبَ, a simple sound verb. This topic, I will show the three different shapes simple sound verbs can have. The different shapes depend on the vowel of the second root letter of the verb, which can either be fatha, dhamma, or kasra. Usually, Arabs use the verb فَعَلَ (to do) as the dummy verb, so we will use this verb.

The three different shapes are: فَعَلَ (ex. كَتَبَ), فَعِلَ (ex. لَعِبَ), and فَعُلَ (ex. قَرُبَ).

Now, when verbs in the form of فَعَلَ (fatha on second root letter) are conjugated into the present tense, the second root letter can have any of the three vowels on it depending on which verb it is. For example, كَتَبَ (he wrote) is conjugated into يَكْتُبُ (he writes) with a dhamma on the second root letter, thus following the pattern يَفْعُلُ. Now the verb جَلَسَ (he sat) is conjugated into يَجْلِسُ (he sits) with a kasra on the second root letter, following the pattern يَفْعِلُ. Finally, the verb فَعَلَ (he did) itself is conjugated into يَفْعَلُ (he does) with a fatha on the second root letter, following the form يَفْعَلُ (obviously).

As you can see, verbs of the form فَعَلَ can be conjugated into three different shapes in the present tense. There is no method (that I know of) of knowing which verbs get conjugated into which form in the present tense. The shape each verb becomes in the present tense form has to be memorized by heart manually.

Now moving on to verbs in the shape of فَعِلَ. When verbs of these shapes are conjugated into the present tense, they either take the pattern of يَفْعَلُ or يَفْعِلُ. For example, the verb لَعِبَ (he played) becomes يَلْعَبُ (he plays) with a fatha on the second root letter, following the model يَفْعَلُ, while the verb حَسِبَ (he thought) becomes يَحْسِبُ (he thinks) with a kasra on the second root letter, following the model يَفْعِلُ. (*NOTE: حَسِبَ is one of those verbs that can either be conjugated into يَحْسِبُ or يَحْسَبُ, so it follows both possible patterns it can take in the present tense form.)

Now for verbs with this shape (فَعِلَ), you also have to memorize by heart which form it will take in the present tense. However, for this one there are only two forms it can take, in contrast to the three forms of فَعَلَ shaped verbs. So this should be easier to memorize by heart than the last one.

Finally, the last shape a verb can have in the past tense, فَعُلَ. This one does not require any memorizing manually. You just need to know that verbs of these shape will be in the form of يَفْعُلُ in the present tense with a dhamma on the second root letter. The second root letter is dhamma in the past tense as well as present tense. For example, the verb قَرُبَ (he was near) is conjugated into يَقْرُبُ (he is near).

So this one is easy.

Last thing I want to mention before I am done with this topic, simple sound verbs aren't the only verbs with different possible shapes. Other verbs also have different possible shapes.

السلام عليكم
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GENERAL TOPICS | BOARD ANNOUNCEMENTS / Re: Noah
« Last post by Qualities of Allah on December 19, 2021, 04:27:24 PM »
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

How is everyone?

I have not been here for almost half a year but now I am back to ask more questions. So if the flood of Nuh عليه السلام was local can anyone on this forum explain these verses?

[36:41-43]"Another sign for them is that We carried their ancestors ˹with Noah˺ in the fully loaded Ark,
and created for them similar things to ride in.
If We willed, We could drown them: then no one would respond to their cries, nor would they be rescued—"


[17:003]"O descendants of those We carried [in the ship] with Noah. Indeed, he was a grateful servant."

[69:011]"Indeed, when the floodwater had overflowed, We carried you in the floating Ark ˹with Noah˺,"

As for verse 37:77, brother Osama cleared that up for me completely so Jazakallah Khayran for that.

But please tell me why these 3 verses say we are descendants of those in the ship with Noah.

Please address these 3 verses one by one.

جزاكم الله خيرا
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