Not every person is allowed to read
and understand Qur'an. For Qur'an is not a common book; it is the
book of God that bears His message to the world. The Qur'an is described
as “glorious” (50:1), “great” (15:87), and
“honorable” (56:77). Only very special people are permitted
to grasp the Qur'an’s message.
In order to qualify as a recipient of Qur'an, one must satisfy
a certain prerequisite, which i term the key to Qur'an.
Without this key, there is absolutely no way any person can grasp
a single verse or even a single word from Qur'an.
The existence of a key to Qur'an explains the strange phenomenon
that certain Arabic speaking individuals, even authorities in the
Arabic language, are often forbidden from
As it turns out, God Himself forbids them for understanding Qur'an.
Thus, unlike any other book, there are hidden forces that control
our access to Qur'an. Only those who possess the key to Qur'an are
permitted access to Qur'an.
What is the key to Qur'an?
The key to Qur'an is to believe Qur'an, i.e., to believe
that Qur'an is complete, perfect, fully detailed, and shall be the
only source of religious guidance (6:19, 38, 114). People
who believe in other sources of religious guidance such as the sayings
and actions falsely attributed to the prophet can never attain access
to Qur'an. This is clearly stated in verse 57 of sura 18:
Who is more evil than those
who are reminded of God’s revelations, then reject them without
being aware of their sinfulness? Consequently, we place shields
on their hearts to prevent them from understanding it (the Qur'an)
and we place deafness in their ears. Thus, when you invite them
to the guidance, they can never ever be guided.
Even the language of the Qur'an reader is irrelevant to understanding
Qur'an. A person who does not know a single letter in the Arabic
language, but possesses the key to Qur'an is guaranteed access to
Qur'an (see 41:44).
As detailed in the books “Visual Presentation of
the Miracle” and “The Computer Speaks”
(Published by this Masjid), it is the computer that discovered the
key to Qur'an.