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I think that probably evolution happened, but NOT darwinian evolution based on random mutations + natural selection, because this is impossible. If evolution occured, It was directed by Allah (swt). This is a scientific fact.

Anyone?? It's important!!

I view jizya as the equivalente of zakat but for non muslims.

« on: July 07, 2015, 08:56:31 PM »
As salam 3likum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh.
Here you do have lots of information about people of Thamud, Petra, nabateans..

That's why i will never read Harun Yahya again.
¿Why? ¿What is wrong with this article? (I know Harun is not very accurate sometimes).

Quran Morality and Moral Code, Laws & QA / Re: Trinity
« on: July 01, 2015, 09:38:34 AM »
The clearest proof from the Bible in my opinion is:


"17 As Jesus started on his way, a man ran up to him and fell on his knees before him. “Good teacher,” he asked, “what must I do to inherit eternal life?”

18 “Why do you call me good?” Jesus answered. “No one is good—except God alone."

This is 100% proof against trinity or Jesus being God.


This hadeeth supports my interpretation, because Adam (as) was created in paradise.

Yep, but people didn't decrease in stature in Paradise!

There is no other interpretation except that people were taller in the past.
With regard to the words of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), “People kept growing smaller until now,” al-Haafiz ibn Hajar said in Fath al-Baari (6/367): “This means that in every generation people grew shorter than the previous generation, and continued to grow shorter until the time of this ummah, then they stayed like that.”

I don't mind al-Haafiz ibn Hajar, John Doe or Perico el de los Palotes opinion about this hadeeth, and the hadeeth does not state in how many steps it decreased, nor if it did it gradually or suddenly in two or three generations.

Narrated Abu Huraira:
The Prophet (ﷺ) said, "Khosrau will be ruined, and there will be no Khosrau after him, and Caesar will surely be ruined and there will be no Caesar after him, and you will spend their treasures in Allah's Cause." He called, "War is deceit'.

What do you think this hadeeth is predicting?


The hadith says that Adam was 90 ft tall in PARADISE, not at earth. Look at this hadeeth:

عن أبي هريرة رضي الله عنه, قال: قال رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم: «إن أول زمرة يدخلون الجنة على صورة القمر ليلة البدر, ثم الذين يلونهم على أشد كوكب دري في السماء إضاءة, لا يبولون ولا يتغوطون, ولا يتفلون ولا يمتخطون, أمشاطهم الذهب, ورشحهم المسك, ومجامرهم الألوة الأنجوج, عود الطيب وأزواجهم الحور العين, على خلق رجل واحد , على صورة أبيهم آدم, ستون ذراعا في السماء

That's just your interpretation and nothing else. People in the past were uncomfortable with the ayah about city of Iram and expanding heaven and were outsmarted by ALLAH that Iram was in fact a city, and heaven is actually expanding.

Another Sahih hadith explicitly states:

The Prophet said, "Allah created Adam, making him 60 cubits tall. When He created him, He said to him, "Go and greet that group of angels, and listen to their reply, for it will be your greeting (salutation) and the greeting (salutations of your offspring." So, Adam said (to the angels), As-Salamu Alaikum (i.e. Peace be upon you). The angels said, "As-salamu Alaika wa Rahmatu-l-lahi" (i.e. Peace and Allah's Mercy be upon you). Thus the angels added to Adam's salutation the expression, 'Wa Rahmatu-l-lahi,' Any person who will enter Paradise will resemble Adam (in appearance and figure). People have been decreasing in stature since Adam's creation.(Sahih Bukhari)
This hadeeth supports my interpretation, because Adam (as) was created in paradise.

As'salamu Alaikum dear brother Mohammed Rashid,

Jazaka Allah Khayr for your kind words and offer, dear brother.  May Allah Almighty bless you and your family.  Ameen.  I will Insha'Allah come up with a PDF file that contains the shortened version of this enter website, dear brother.  It'll be a book with chapters and pictures (illustrations), Insha'Allah.  This way it is organized and easy to follow through, and also easy to pickup and translate.

As to translation, I will hire either brothers and sisters, or a professional service to do this.  I will pay everyone to be fair and to also keep the incentive high so that this monumental task doesn't become an unbearable burden.  I will Insha'Allah put it all together soon.  I think the website has reached its mature phase and is ready to be launched in many different languages, Insha'Allah. 

I will keep everyone posted on this progress, Insha'Allah.  There are several new articles and rebuttals that I need to write, and I will Insha'Allah after that put it all together after that.

May Allah Almighty bless you, akhi.  Ameen.

Take care,
Osama Abdallah

As salamu 'likom wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh

I can translate in sha Allah this capsuled content to Spanish language (470 millions of native speakers, more than English) with good expression and accurate Spanish terms.

Prophet Muhammad said that humans were taller in the past. That single statement blows the evolution theory out of the water.

As'salamu Alaikum dear brother Sama663,

Please visit this link:

Take care,
Osama Abdallah

Walikum Asalam

Mainstream media doesn't support Low Gravity theory, think you should remove that section.

The hadith says that Adam was 90 ft tall in PARADISE, not at earth. Look at this hadeeth:

عن أبي هريرة رضي الله عنه, قال: قال رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم: «إن أول زمرة يدخلون الجنة على صورة القمر ليلة البدر, ثم الذين يلونهم على أشد كوكب دري في السماء إضاءة, لا يبولون ولا يتغوطون, ولا يتفلون ولا يمتخطون, أمشاطهم الذهب, ورشحهم المسك, ومجامرهم الألوة الأنجوج, عود الطيب وأزواجهم الحور العين, على خلق رجل واحد , على صورة أبيهم آدم, ستون ذراعا في السماء

The major proof of Islam beeing the first religion is the "fitrah", which is supported by scientifical evidence. I share with you this interesting text by Hamza Tzortzis about the fitrah and the evidences of the fitrah:

"This whole idea of basic beliefs, of self-evident truths concerning God’s existence, is in line with the Islamic theological tradition concerning the fitrah. The fitrah is an Arabic word that essentially means the natural state, the innate nature, or the innate disposition of the human being. This innate nature acknowledges God and wants to worship Him.[9] As the Prophet Muhammad (upon whom be peace) said in an authentic prophetic tradition, “that every child is born in a state of fitrah. Then his parents make him a Jew, a Christian or a Magian…”.[10]

The concept of the fitrah has been a topic of scholarly discussion in the Islamic intellectual tradition. The 14th century theologian and polymath Ibn Taymiyyah explained that “affirmation of a Maker is firmly-rooted in the hearts of all men…it is from the binding necessities of their creation…”[11] The 12th century scholar Al-Raghib al-Asfahani similarly asserts that knowledge of God “is firmly-rooted in the soul”.[12]

In spite of this, the fitrah can be ‘veiled’ or ‘spoiled’ by external influences. These influences, as indicated by the above Prophetic tradition, can include parenting, society and peer pressure. These influences can cloud the fitrah and prevent it from acknowledging the truth. In this light Ibn Taymiyyah argues that when the natural state of someone is “altered” that person may need “other evidences” for God’s existence:

“Affirmation of a Creator and His perfection is innate and necessary with respect to one whose innate disposition remains intact, even though alongside such an affirmation it has many other evidences for it as well, and often when the innate disposition is altered…many people may be in need of such other evidences.”[13]

These other evidences can include rational arguments. Ibn Taymiyyah asserts that the originated being “itself knows through clear reason that it has an originator”.[14] However these rational arguments must conform to Islamic theology and not adopt premises that contradict it. From this perspective, it is important to know that belief in God is not inferred from some type of inductive, deductive, philosophical or scientific evidence. Instead, this type of evidence acts as a trigger to wake up the fitrah, the innate natural disposition to believe in God. In addition to this, a key principle is that the Qur’anic arguments ‘unveil’ or ‘uncloud’ the fitrah. These Quranic arguments include encouraging reflection, pondering, and introspection:

“Thus do We explain in detail the signs for a people who give thought.”
The Qur’an 10:24

“Indeed in that is a sign for a people who give thought.”
The Qur’an 16:69

“Or were they created by nothing? Or were they the creators (of themselves)? Or did they create heavens and earth? Rather, they are not certain.”
The Qur’an 52:35-36

Interestingly, the Islamic concept of the fitrah is supported by psychological, sociological and anthropological evidence. Below are some brief examples:

• Psychological evidence: the academic Olivera Petrovich  conducted some studies concerning the psychology of the human being and God’s existence. She concludes that the belief in a non-anthropomorphic God is the natural state of a human being. Atheism is a learned psychology.[15] Theism is our natural state.

“The possibility that some religious beliefs are universal (e.g., basic belief in a non-anthropomorphic God as creator of the natural world) seems to have a stronger empirical foundation than could be inferred from religious texts. Some of the initial findings of research into early religious understanding are consistent with other areas of developmental research which suggest that there are cognitive universals in a number of domains of human knowledge…”[16]

• Sociological evidence: Take for instance, Prof Justin Barrett. Professor Barrett’s research in his book Born believers: the science of children’s religious belief looked at the behaviour and claims of children.  He concluded that the children believed in what he calls “natural religion”. This is the idea that there is a personal being that created the entire universe. That ‘being’ cannot be human – it must be divine, supernatural.

“Scientific research on children’s developing minds and supernatural beliefs suggests that children normally and rapidly acquire minds that facilitate belief in supernatural agents. Particularly in the first year after birth, children distinguish between agents and non-agents, understanding agents as able to move themselves in purposeful ways to pursue goals. They are keen to find agency around them, even given scant evidence. Not long after their first birthday, babies appear to understand that agents, but not natural forces or ordinary objects, can create order out of disorder…This tendency to see function and purpose, plus an understanding that purpose and order come from minded beings, makes children likely to see natural phenomena as intentionally created. Who is the Creator? Children know people are not good candidates. It must have been a god…children are born believers of what I call natural religion…”[17]

• Anthropological evidence: Consider the atheism of communist Russia and communist China. They still had signs of what you would call a worship instinct, a sanctification instinct, awe of a greater being, which relates to the fitrah. For example their big statues of Stalin and Lenin were almost revered. When you look at different cultures you can see this worship instinct coming through. This instinct even manifests itself in Atheist cultures.

In summary, to deny God is like denying the real world is actually real. We previously discussed self-evident truths and that the reality of our world is one of them, although we have no evidence for it. This is why if you deny God, Who is also a self-evident truth, you are denying reality itself."

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The Title explains it all my cousin told me that Islam today was different before thats why there is no archeological evidence is that true?

Asalamu 'likom wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh

We muslims do not build any kind of idols like egyptians or babylonians, and there is no special building needed to worship Allah that can leave archeological buildings. For more info about Islam beeing the first religion, click this link:

Asalamo 'likom wa rahmatullahi wa barakatu, brother Osama

I have read your post about the splitting of the moon in two, and you quote 4 hadith that can be rejected because they give no details and they use phrases like "during the lifetime of the Prophet", indicating that they were not written by direct witnesses. But I found another hadith that gives details and is allegedly to be narrated by a direct witness of the event:

"Transmitted on the authority of Abdullah b. Mas'ud (who said):
We were along with Allah's Messenger (sws) at Mina, that moon was split up into two. One of its parts was behind the mountain and the other one was on this side of the mountain. Allah's Messenger (may peace be upbn him) said to us: Bear witness to this."

Reference    : Sahih Muslim 2800 b
In-book reference    : Book 52, Hadith 28
USC-MSA web (English) reference    : Book 39, Hadith 6725
  (deprecated numbering scheme)

¿Are those hadith also false? ¿Is Abdullah b. Mas'ud a lier?

Jazaku Allahu khairan for your response.

As salam 'likom wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh, brother Osama. I recently hace seen the two programs of Mr Adnan Al Rifai which you uploaded to your youtube channel. I didn't know nothing about this miracle, I am dazzled and astounded. But i have some questions about this miracle.

a) If the numerical value of every statement in the Quran can be divided by 19 with no remainder, and every sura is composed by a certain number of statements, does it mean that the numerical value of every sura of the Quran can be divided by 19 without any reminder?

b)What is the criteria to establish what is a whole statement and what is not a whole statement? Is division in statements abstract or subjective?

c)Is it this miracle the same 19 numerical miracle than Edip Yuksel 19 numerical miracle?

Jazaku Allahu khairan for translating brother 'Adnan Alrifai vídeos to english. Are you going to translate the rest of Alrifai's vídeos on the future?

Wa 'likom salaam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh
In the big bang, as the noble verse say, all was together, therefore the heavens and the earth were together. The verse does not establish temporal order.

Assalam Alaikum brothers,
Does The Holy Qur'an support evolution theory?In most of the places i see,the answer is no.But this site says Qur'an supports evolution:'an%20By%20Hassan%20El-Najjar.htm
I don't mind if quran suports darwinian evolution or not because darwinian evolution has been refuted several times.

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