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Submitters Perspective

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Has God forsaken the Arabs

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The explanation of the Arabs’ total and obviously deliberate isolation from Qur’an and its Miracle is thoroughly explained in Verse 57 of Sura 18:

Who is more evil than those who are reminded of God’s revelations, but continue to disregard them, totally heedless? Consequently, we place shields on their hearts to prevent them from understanding, and we place deafness in their ears. Thus, when you invite them to the guidance, they CAN NEVER EVER BE GUIDED.”

Based on my observations during the last fifteen years regarding he Miracle of Qur’an, I herein challenge any Arab to come forward and prove that he has actually understood the Miracle of Qur’an. Let any Arab come forward and prove that I am wrong in believing that God has indeed forsaken the Arabs. None will be happier than me if this happens.

More Evidence Confirms The Falsehood Of The Last Two Verses Of Sura 9

(Continued from the March Issue)

(1) All classic and modern references dealing with the documentation of Qur’an agree that it was scrupulously written down out of the Prophet’s mouth, immediately following revelation.

As reported here in the March issue, the process of documentation took place during Abu Bakr’s era. Abu Bakr and Omar appointed Zeid Ibn Thabet (the Prophet’s secretary) to collect and document Qur’an. The three men established a criterion: that every single verse had o be confirmed through the multiplicity of sources; a minimum of two sources was agreed upon. EVERY SINGLE VERSE OF QUR’AN HAD TO BE CONFIRMED BY A MINIMUM OF TWO WITNESSES. This criterion was so strictly observed that when Omar came up with a verse, it was not accepted from him because no other witness was found to confirm that verse.

Yet, the same classic and modern reference inform us that the last two verses of Sura 9 were found with only one source, namely, Khuzeimah Ibn Thabet Al-Ansary!!! Thus, the last two verses of Sura 9 were the only verses in Qur’an that failed to meet the criterion for documentation into the Qur’an.

Naturally, some intelligent Muslim had asked the inevitable question: “Why was Omar’s verse rejected, when Omar was an intimate friend of the Prophet from early Islam, a son-in-law of the Prophet, the second Khalifa, and a man nick-named Al-Farouk because he was staunch in adhering to the truth and rejecting falsehood, while the last two verses of Sura 9 were accepted from a relative unknown, Khuzeimah Ibn Thabet Al-Ansary (a late Medinan Muslim)???”

Here is what the classic and modern references tell us about that. When this question came up, someone said, “Oh, I heard the Messenger of God, may God exalt him and bless him, say, “One testimony by Khuzeimah equals two!!!” (GIMME A BREAK!)

Are we going to be fooled by such primitive liars who are trying to tamper with Qu’an? One cannot help but ask, “How about the fellow who claimed that he had heard the Prophet state that one testimony by Khuzeimah equals two? Is HIS testimony also equals two???!!!

As reported in the March Issue of MP, most probably the last two verses of Sura 9 were injected into Qur’an by the

Prophet’s idolizers much later than the time of Abu Bakr, Omar and Zeid. The stories were then fabricated (and one lie led to another) in order to justify the existence of the alien verses, and to give them credibility through the names of Abu Bakr, Omar and Zeid Ibn Thabet.

However, God has provided a formidable standard, the Qur’an’s mathematical miracle, in order to fulfill His promise regarding the perfect preservation of Qur’an. It is the Miracle of Qur’an that enabled us to uncover the blasphemy and restore Qur’an to its pristine purity. God, of course, has pointed out the location of the blasphemy by refusing to start Sura 9 with His Holy Name.

(2) The following is reported in the classic and modern references dealing with documentation of Qur’an:

“Abdullah Ibn Ahmad in Zawa’ed Al Musnad, and Ibn Mardaweih reported that Ubayy Ibn Kaab (the famous revelation writer) told of collecting and recording Qur’an during the reign of Abu Bakr. He said that a group of scribes were writing Sura 9, and when they reached the verse that says: ‘God has turned their hearts away, for they are people

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