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Your repeat this for each of the 19 suras. The result is a 35-digit number which is also a multiple of 19:

__ Sura 2 __ __ Sura 3__ __Sura 4__…… __ Sura 73__

10 12 2 6 9 15 …… 9

= multiple of 19

**Fact 9. ** Take the numbers listed in the previous fact (Fact 8). Add the numbers that belong to each sura. Therefore, instead of putting 10 and 12 for Sura 2, put 22 (10 + 12), and instead of putting 2, 6, 9 for Sura 3, put 17 (2 + 6 + 9).

You repeat this for each of the 19 suras. The result is a 27-digit number which is also a multiple of 19:

__ Sura 2 __ __ Sura 3__ __Sura 4 __ …… __ Sura 73__

22 17 15 …… 9

= multiple of 19

**Fact 10. **Put the number of verses of the 19 suras (Table 2, second column) in which *La elaaha ella Hoo *occurs side by side. For example, the first sura in which *La elaaha ella Hoo* occurs is Sura 2 which has 286 verses. Therefore, we put 286 first. We do this for all of the 19 suras.

The result is a 47-digit number which is also a multiple of 19:

__ Sura 2 __ __ Sura 3__ __Sura 4 __ …… __ Sura 73__

286 200 176 …… 20

= multiple of 19

**Fact 11. ** For each of the 19 suras in which *La elaaha ella Hoo *is mentioned, put the following side by side, starting with 29 for the total number of occurrences of this statement:

- The number of occurrences of
*La elaaha ella Hoo*in the sura, - The numbers of the verses in this sura in which
*La elaaha ella Hoo*is mentioned.

For example, the first sura in which *La elaaha ella Hoo* occurs is Sura 2. There are two occurrences of *La elaaha ella Hoo *in this sura. One occurs in Verse 163, the other occurs in Verse 255. Therefore, we put 2, for the two occurrences, and 163, 255 for the two verses in this sura. We do this for all of the 19 suras.

The result is a 75-digit number which is a multiple of 19:

1st Sura 2nd Sura 19th Sura

__ Sura 2 __ __ Sura 3__ __Sura 73__

29 2 163 255 4 2 6 18 …. 19

= multiple of 19

**Fact 12. **In the above fact, there are no sura numbers involved. Therefore, one could ask how we would know if these verses belonged to a particular sura. How about including the sura numbers in the above fact?

No problem. Let us insert the sura numbers before the numbers representing the sura in the above fact, for each of the 19 suras in which *La elaaha ella Hoo *is mentioned. The result is a 107-digit number which is also a multiple of 19:

1st Sura 2nd Sura 19th Sura

__ Sura 2 __ __ Sura 3__ __Sura 73__

29 2 2 163 255 3 4 2 6 18 ... 73 19

= multiple of 19

**Fact 13. **For each of the 19 suras in which *La elaaha ella Hoo *is mentioned put the following side by side:

- The sura number.
- The number of verses of the sura,
- The number of occurrences of
*La elaaha ella Hoo*in this sura, - The numbers of the verses in which
*La elaaha ella Hoo*is mentioned.

For example, Sura 2 has 286 verses, *La elaaha ella Hoo *is mentioned in this sura twice, the first one in Verse 163, the second one in Verse 255. Therefore, for Sura 2, we put 2, 286, 2, 163, and 255 together. We repeat this process for all suras in which *La elaaha ella Hoo *is mentioned. For Sura 73, the last sura in which *La elaaha ella Hoo *is mentioned, we put 73, 20, 1, and 9 together. (Refer to Tables 1 and 2 for these numbers).

If we put all the numbers together in this fashion for all the 19 suras in which *La elaaha ella Hoo *is mentioned, the result is a 152 (19x8)-digit number which is also a multiple of 19:

1st Sura 2nd Sura 19th Sura

__ Sura 2 __ __ Sura 3__ __ Sura 73__

__2____ 286 2 163 255 __**3 **

= multiple of 19

**Fact 14. **For this fact, we include all the suras of the Quran from start to end, to make it comprehensive of the entire Quran. Thus, for each of the 114 suras in the Quran, we put the following side by side:

- The sura number.
- The number of verses of the sura,
- The number of occurrences of
*La elaaha ella Hoo*in this sura.

For example, Sura 1 has 7 verses. There is no (zero) occurrence of *La elaaha ella Hoo*. Therefore, for Sura 1 we put 1,7,0 together. Sura 2 has 286 verses, *La elaaha ella Hoo *is mentioned twice. Therefore, for Sura 2, we put 2, 286, 2 together. We repeat this process for all suras in the Quran. The resulting number of all suras put together is a 575-digit number which is also a multiple of 19:

__ Sura 1 __ __ Sura 2__ __ Sura 3 __ __Sura 114__

**1 **7 0** ** **2** 286 2. **3** 200 4 ... **114 **6 0

= multiple of 19

This fact not only assures us of the correct number of verses in the 19 suras in which *La elaaha ella Hoo *is mentioned, but it also verifies the number of verses of the remaining 95 suras of the Quran.

**Fact 15.** The first occurrence of *La elaaha ella Hoo *is in Verse 2:163, the last occurrence is in 73:9. If we add the sura numbers, plus the number of verses, plus the sum of all the verse numbers from the first occurrence of *La elaaha ella Hoo *to the last occurrence, the total comes to 316502, or 19 x 16658.

What does all that mean?

The specific mathematical coding of the statement *La elaaha ella Hoo *“There is no god except He” shows us how important this statements is. This is the first pillar of all monotheist religions, practiced by those who submit to God alone. Mentioning any other name beside God is not approved by God.

Thus the correct *Shahadah *(the statement of faith) is and has always been *La elaaha ella Hoo *“There is no god except He” of *La elaaha ella Allah *“There is no god except God. ” (3:19, 39:45)

Secondly, this is a further proof that the Quran is the word of God, and every element in it is mathematically composed - the suras, the verses, the key words, the key statements, and many other things. It is a blessing for those who want to take heed and for the believers since it strengthens their faith. On the other hand, it exposes those who have doubts in their hearts (74:31).

Thirdly, this is also another proof that Sura 9 has 127 verses, not 129. The traditionally accepted verses 9:128 and 9:129 indeed do not belong to the Quran. Here is why:

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