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In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

Submission Perspective

Monthly Bulletin of United Submitters International ***

Proclaiming the only religion acceptable to God

November 1989

[No 59]

Rabi II 1410

Editor: Rashad Khalifa, Ph.D.


Visitors to Masjid Tucson witness a miracle that is described by Almighty God as "One of the greatest miracles" (74:30-35). On the south wall is posted a long sheet of paper (40 in/92 cm) where a very long number is written down. This long number consists of every verse in the Quran, with the number of verses in every sura preceding its verses. Thus, Sura 1 is represented by the number 71234567. Sura 2 consists of 286 verses and, therefore, is represented by the long number 286 12345….285 286. This is done for all suras of the Quran, and all these numbers are placed next to one another to form one huge number consisting of 12692 digits, and looking like this:

712345672861234………..  6123456

The very long number, which contains the number of every verse in the Quran, is a multiple of 19. It consists of 12692 digits, and this number also is a multiple of 19. Readers of S.P. are familiar with this miracle. This is a perpetual miracle that can be witnessed by anyone, at any time, in any place.

Collective Divine Inspiration of the Believers

During the annual conference of United Submitters International (Sept. 1-3, 1989), Brother Dr. Ali Fazely remarked to Brother Abdullah Arik that the Basmalahs have not been taken into consideration in writing down the long number described above. Since the Basmalahs constitute an integral part of the Quran, Ali suggested that we include them in writing the numbers of verses, and to assign a number zero to each unnumbered Basmalah. There are 2 numbered Basmalahs (1:1 & 27:30) and 112 un-numbered Basmalahs in the Quran. Sura 9 is the only sura without Basmalah.

Another Awesome Miracle

Brother Abdullah Arik wrote down the Sura

number, followed by its number of verses, followed by the number of every verse. A Zero was assigned to every un-numbered Basmalah. Thus, Sura 1 is represented by the number:

1 7 1234567

Sura 2 is represented by the number:

2 286 012345…....286

This is done for all 114 suras. Sura 9 is represented by the number: 

9 127 12345………127

It is important to note that Sura 9 is the only sura that is not prefixed with a Basmalah. If we place zero between the number of verses (127) and Verse 1, this whole phenomenon collapses. Similarly, if the false verses 128-129 are included, the phenomenon collapses.

The last sura is represented by:  

114 6 0123456

The numbers representing all 114 suras are placed next to each other in order to form one verylong number consisting of 13038 digits. This very long number was found to be a multiple of 19.

The Ultimate Miracle

Let us look at all verses of the Quran, and give them sequential numbers from the first verse to the last verse. Thus, the 7 verses of Sura 1, The Key, will have the same numbers (1 through 7). Then we get to the Basmalah of Sura 2; we give it the number 8. The first verse of Sura 2 is assigned number 9, and so on to the end of the Quran. The last verse is 114:6 and is assigned number 6346 (19x334). This gives us two numbering systems; the verse numbers as we know them within every sura, and the sequential numbers.


Now let us write down the sura number, followed by the number of its first verse, followed by the sequential number of that verse, and so on to the end of the Quran. Thus, we first write down the number of Sura 1, then the number of its verses with their sequential numbers:

1 11 22 33 44 55 66 77

Then we write down the number of the second sura, followed by Zero for the Basmalah of Sura 2, followed by this Basmalah's sequential number which is 8, then 1 for the first verse of Sura 2, then the sequential number of Verse 2:1, and so on:

2 08 19 210 311…… 286 294

The number representing the first two suras, therefore, looks like this:

1 11 22 33 44 55 66 77 2 08 19…286 294

The number representing the last sura begins with the sura number (114), followed by the number assigned to every un-numbered Basmalah (0), followed by the sequential number of that Basmalah (6340), followed by 1, then 6341, then 2, then 6342, then 3, then 6343, then 4, then 6344, then 5, then 6345, then the last verse (6), then 6346:

114 0 6340 1 6341....6 6346

The resulting very long number:
[1] consists of 12806 numbers (19x674),
[2] consists of 37088 digits (19x1952), &
[3] the very long number itself is also a multiple of 19

This miraculous phenomenon adds even more power to the great miracle of the Quran, and more proof that 9:128 -129 never belonged in the Quran.

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