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These confusion happened after the 4th Century CE, created by the enemies of ALLAH in order to create sedition in the believe of the true Faith as prescribed by the Quran

The evidence of the 1st Century has been examined with great care many times by great minds. There appears to be a vacuum of evidence with respect to anything “Christian”. With the history available to the 1st and 4th century is compared, there are a great number of events and historical figures in the 2nd and 3rd and 4th centuries which, if considered, suggest that Christianity was a product of the 4th century. It shows explicitly, Christianity was an invented religion. Unambiguous evidence of Christianity, the New Testament, Christians and Jesus, does not exist before the appearance of the Constantine Bible in the 4th Century CE!
Many doctrines that constitute the foundation of Christianity, such as the Trinity, have no origin in the Bible. The article of faith up until the middle of the 3rd Century CE was:

“I believe in God the Almighty” (Articles of the Apostolic Creed, Theodore Zahn, p. 33-37)

The New Testament: claimed as primary evidence but was fabricated.

a.   Eusebius’s “Church History etc”: claimed as secondary evidence but was forged.
b.   Mention in Josephus claimed from the 4th century but was interpolated by Eusebius.
c.   Mention in Pliny claimed from the 15th century, but no manuscript survives.
d.   Mention in Tacitus claimed from 11th century of “Chrestians” – ultraviolet reveals tampering
e.   Mentions in Suetonius, Marcus Aurelius, Lucian, Galen etc are interpolations
f.   The Persecutions are Eusebian propaganda, “The Martyrs of Palestine” is fiction.
g.   Unambiguous Inscriptions and Papyri, securely dated do not exist before the 4th century
h.   Primary dating via C14 is being overlooked, secondary dating of paleography is being used as a category of primary dating.

Three different types of Christian architecture have been conjectured: Christian Churches, Christian Church-Houses and Christian House-Churches. Of these there are no examples of the first two categories, and one disputed example of the last. A dwelling located at Dura-Europos on the Persian border is often cited as a Christian House-Church. However, on the basis of the appreciation of its murals, it shows the concept of Proto-Islam - Manichean.  Christian art is non-existent before the emperor centric images of the 4th and later centuries.


In the early third century c.222CE the Persian "King of Kings" Ardashir accepted a new State Monotheistic religion which he actively promoted, organized, supported and protected. He guaranteed its orthodoxy by the sword. It was characterized by a strong centralized power structure, centered on the King and the Quranic Seal of the Prophets – Prophet Mani, an Aramaic speaker. Prophet Mani, as a high cleric of this religion and by God’s legislation in the tradition ordered authorized canonical version of the "Avesta", the holy writ of Zoroastrian, which is similar to what the Prophet preached, to be preserved. Finally, the Sassanid state – Proto Islam Monotheistic way (Manichean) was an official religion throughout the major cities and provinces of the Sassanid Persian empire.

In matters of religion, miraculously, since c.222CE, the Persians were united by means of this centralized Monotheistic state religion, the basis of which was a canonized “Holy Writ – the Quran”. The strong and vigorous new centralized state monotheism of the Sassanid Persian Empire, that had been established by Ardashir c.224 CE, at that precise time he acquired military supremacy.The Persian army had since been vigorous and there had been a number of Roman embarrassments, where Roman emperors and entire legions had been captured by the Persians. Nevertheless, after the death of Shapur 1, the empire began to decline, in which, the Monotheistic state religion that were enforced by Ardashir, his son Shapur 1 and grandson Hormizh, were forced to be abdicated by Bahram 1 under the instigation of Zoroastrian Priest! 

On the other hand, until Constantine’s appearance, in matters of religion, the Manichaean problem had worried Diocletian. Large numbers had converted in the 3rd Century CE. The Roman Empire was not united in any sense of the word.  There was a great milieu of religions and cults. The Roman Empire had no religious unity and had been driven for according to a religious tradition which was based on collegiate tolerance and general acceptance of a great milieu of competing religions and cults.  Prior to Nicaea Constantine commenced to destroy the most ancient and highly revered religious cults to Asclepius and Apollo.  In some cases, he set examples by publicly executing the head priests. In all cases the traditional practices of the temple cults were prohibited, and the prohibition was enforced by the army. At Nicaea, Constantine pushed for the acceptance of the so-called monotheistic state religion of Christianity based upon the authority of the Constantine Bible. Like the Persian, their purpose was to strengthen and unify the Roman Empire against the Persians!

The history of the Prophet Mani and that of his followers, the Proto-Islam Manichaeans existed in Anatolia and the Levant, where Manichaean monasteries have existed c.312CE.  Constantine knew this and plausible he meets the Prophet! In order to create an individual similar to Prophet Mani, at least the story of sage somewhere within the Roman Empire, and one who was not Greek, the Aramaic speaking Prophet Mani was chosen to be a replica of Jesus Christ and Christianity commissioned in c.325CE, with his life pre-dated to the 1st Century CE!

As for Quranic Esa, he was the Biblical Esaias – the 5th Century BCE Israeli Prophet! Please read my articles



Indeed the Quran is very old, and actually goes back to more than 1700 years.

Empirical research by Christian apologist Jay Smith, and with RC14 carried out on the San'a folios, in 4 laboratories across Europe proves that the Ancient Quranic folios dated back between 400 CE to 550 CE! This datings is on par with the Hijazi Script used during that era!

Also check out my articles


In the Name of the AlMighty - Most Gracious

Peace All,

I left this forum more than a year ago and i am back. I am not a good writer but i am compel to write as i find that it is important. I hope what i have written, will not cause any animosity to members. 

I wrote before that there were 2 individuals mentioned in the Quran, one was the teacher/narrator and the other one, the student. Both were AlMuhammad - the Praise Ones! The Quran 33:40 -

Not the Praiseworthy tenaciously one of you men, but the Messenger of Allah and Last of the Prophets. And ever is ALLAH of all things, Knowing.

The above is the correct translation of 33:40....[Any objection, wil be explain in the next thread, insha ALLAH.]

The Quran, was revealed to the Prophet directly by the AlMighty HIMSELF, like Prophet Moses, as both were Messenger-Prophets & Noble Messenger, and NOT through Jibreel as we know from the Traditional Islamic sources. The Quran, in Chapter 53, confirmed this! Traditional sources are nothing more but blatant lies. As people who claimed that the Quran is the only Divine source, then it is appropriate that we put away all traditional sources including the fake history of Quran-Islam and the Prophet!

[Pay attention on the sentence/words highlighted in green and red]

Q:09:26 - Then ALLAH sent down HIS tranquillity upon HIS Messenger and upon the believers and sent down Military assistance whom you all cannot see and punished those who disbelieved. And that is the recompense of the disbelievers.

Cross reference with 09:40

If not you help him, surely ALLAH helped him when drove him out those who disbelieve, [BEING] THE SECOND OF THE TWO; when TWO of THEM were in hostile territory and he [the Prophet] said unto his [the Prophet?s] comrade: ?Grieve not. Indeed, ALLAH is with us.? Then ALLAH sent down HIS tranquillity upon him and supported him with military assistant in which you all cannot see, and made the word of those who disbelieved the nethermost, while ALLAH's Word it is the uppermost. ALLAH is Mighty, Wise.

Base on Traditional Islamic sources, the Prophet was with his companion Abu Bakar. Needless to say, nowhere in verse 40, mention Abu Bakar! Lets examine further verses 26 & 40, in context!

The Quran, in 09:26, it is mentioned that a Messenger was given tranquillity and military assistance which no one could see. In 09:40 above, tells us that, there were two individuals who were in hostile territory and the verse is focusing on the second individual.

1. The second individual was given an assurance by the 1st individual and that is, not to worry, ALLAH is with them.

2. The verse continues with ALLAH sent down HIS tranquillity upon the 2nd individual and supported him with military assistant in which no one could see!

We know that The Messenger mentioned in verse 26, was the one who was given TRANQUILLITY AND MILITARY ASSISTANCE. In verse 40, since the subject of this verse was about the second individual, whom the 1st individual gave him an assurance and SUBSEQUENTLY, ALLAH gave the 2nd individual, tranquillity and supported him with military assistance in which no one could see!

The Quran explicitly shows that the second individual mentioned in verse 40 was the Messenger mentioned in verse 26.

The question is, who was the 1st individual that was with the Messenger in hostile territory and who gave an assurance to the Messenger that ALLAH was with them?

The Quran says that messengers were sent to mankind, speaking to them in their respective languages

Q:14:04 - And that We sent message of a messenger except with the language his people that he manifests for them??

Obviously, in this case, base from the above Quranic verses, the Messenger was an Arab, assigned with the Arabic Quran so that he will manifest the Quranic message to his people, the Arabs, in the Arabic language!

Q.41:44 - And if We had made it an A3jamiy [the so called Aramiac language] Qur'an, they would have said, "Why are its verses not explained in detail [in the Arab language]? A3jamiy and Arabiy" Say, "It is, for those who believe, a guidance and cure."???..

If this Qur'an happened to be written in the A3jamiy language, then the Arabs, will questioned, why does it not explain in their language? Similarly, the A3jamiy speaking people will question, why does the Quran not explain in their own language? It contradicts 14:04. Right?

75:19 - Moreover, indeed, it is for Us to explain it.

We, meaning, ALLAH and HIS Prophet [seal of the Prophets], convey/ explain it to the messengers who received the Quran in their respective languages according to what ALLAH intended and legislated.

Further to substantiate my findings, the Quran 16:103

And We certainly know that they say, "Indeed it is a MORTAL that teaches him." Tongue of the ONE whom they point to him is A3jamiy, and this is clear 3rabiy language.

The above verse confirmed that the Human Mortal, who was an A3JAMIY SPEAKING TEACHER and the same 1st individual who gave an assurance to the Messenger [2nd individual] mentioned in verse 09:40, was the Seal of the Prophets. He taught his student - the Arab Messenger [same person mentioned in 09:26 & 40], the Quran!

The Quran recorded what is in the mind of the people when they saw for themselves that the Arabic version Quran was taught to an Arab by an Aramaic speaker.

Quran in Chapter 55:01-02

Most Gracious, taught the Quran.

It was ALLAH, the teacher of the Quran, taught the Prophet directly without any intermediaries, the Prophet in turn, taught the Messengers who were assigned to their people. X reference with Chapter 53:01 to 10 of the Quran. As such, explicitly,  the Message of this Quran is the Hadith of the Prophet - Q:69:40

PS; anywhere in the Quran, if you find verses such "O Prophet", especially in Chapter 33, is actually "O Messenger"! As i have said earlier, the Prophet is the narrator/teacher of this Quran.]So obviously, he was not talking about himself, but conveyed/explained, on behalf of the ALMIGHTY.


General Issues / Questions / RE: GOOD BYE
« on: September 30, 2016, 06:59:24 AM »
I would like to say GOOD-BYE to my dear free-minder sisters and brothers, especially to

Reel ? You are such a beautiful and knowledgeable person that I have chat with and I wanna thank you so much for the knowledge and support. May ALLAH bless you and family with the best of both world.

Javalatte ? You too are such a beautiful person and thank you so much for your concern. May ALLAH bless you and family with the best of both worlds.

Pazuzu, hicam, truthseeker11, mmkhan, Timotheus, good logic, parvez, hanslan, hawk99, Mazhar. Although some of you guys are no more with free-mind, but still like to convey these message, that is, I have learn a lot from you guys and thank you so much. May ALLAH bless you guys and families with the best of both worlds.

Take care all and best wishes


Questions/Comments on the Quran / RE: THE ARABIC QURAN?
« on: September 19, 2016, 06:03:33 AM »
Salam brothers and sisters

I am not sure whether this has been discuss yet

The Qur'ān describes itself, in many verses (e.g. Q. 16:103, 12:2, and 42:7) as being in pure Arabic.

However, it is an indisputable fact that the Qur'ān uses 'foreign vocabulary', that is to say, vocabulary that was adopted into the Arabic language of the Qur'ān as loanwords derived from Persian, Nabatean, Greek and many others. So how do you critically assess these phenomena of the Qur'ān in view of the claim that the Qur'ān is in Arabic?

These contradicts the verses stipulated in the Quran, isn?t? It is also a fact that since the Quran says that it is written in the clear Arabic language, that means to say it really was in clear Arabic. No loanwords! The only clear Arabic will be the Ancient South Arabian language. A language that was spoken widely in present Yemen and Oman!

Please take a look at the cover of a new book that was issued at the beginning of this year:[/size]

The book is called: ?Yemeni Dialect in the Noble Quran?

Here is a link to a Jazeera News webpage, containing a report of this book, and the stunning evidences that its author was able to uncover regarding the language of the Quran.

Unfortunately the link is in Arabic, and I don?t have time to translate the entire report. However, to summarize the main points:

1) The author isolated over 900 linguistic roots in the Quran, which matched, to the letter, archaeological inscriptions unearthed in Yemen. These roots, as well as their derivatives, appear in the Quran about 23,000 times.

2) The author uncovers the relation between the ancient Yemeni dialects (notably of Sheba, Himyar and Hadhramawt), and proves they are nothing but offshoot dialects of Arabic.

3) The allegation that they have been shoving down our throats for centuries, which claims that the Quran was revealed in the so-called ?Tongue of Quraysh? is a complete fallacy, and a blatant lie. (Unfortunately, it would seem the author is of the pre-disposition that ?Quraysh? was the name of a North Arabian tribe).

I am now trying to get my hands on this book, by whatever means, and through whatever channels. It is still not yet widespread, and obtaining a copy will not be easy. However, I have a strong feeling that this book will bear the explanation of why so-many South Arabian slang terms are found in the Quran, and why the commentators are silent on this issue.
It will mark the beginning of the end of Islamic History as we know it.

Q:63:04 - And when you see them, you wonder their personality and if they speak, you listen to their speech. Indeed, as they were MUSNAD [on] wood

So if the Quran contains so many Ancient South Arabian slang, it will be correct to say that it was also originally written purely in the Ancient South Arabian script. But this is not the case, because, there are foreign loan words and written in a new script that they called "Arabic"


Salamun alikum all,

The Quran use the word BILAD in which it does not seems to mean LAND, but something else. This word is mentioned in the Quran as

(2:126:7) baladan   a city   وَإِذْ قَالَ إِبْرَاهِيمُ رَبِّ اجْعَلْ هَٰذَا بَلَدًا آمِنًا

(3:196:7) l-bilādi   the land   لَا يَغُرَّنَّكَ تَقَلُّبُ الَّذِينَ كَفَرُوا فِي الْبِلَادِ

(7:57:15) libaladin   to a land   حَتَّىٰ إِذَا أَقَلَّتْ سَحَابًا ثِقَالًا سُقْنَاهُ لِبَلَدٍ مَيِّتٍ فَأَنْزَلْنَا بِهِ الْمَاءَ

(7:58:1) wal-baladu   And the land   وَالْبَلَدُ الطَّيِّبُ يَخْرُجُ نَبَاتُهُ بِإِذْنِ رَبِّهِ

(14:35:7) l-balada   city   وَإِذْ قَالَ إِبْرَاهِيمُ رَبِّ اجْعَلْ هَٰذَا الْبَلَدَ آمِنًا

(16:7:4) baladin   a land   وَتَحْمِلُ أَثْقَالَكُمْ إِلَىٰ بَلَدٍ لَمْ تَكُونُوا بَالِغِيهِ إِلَّا بِشِقِّ الْأَنْفُسِ

(35:9:9) baladin   a land   فَسُقْنَاهُ إِلَىٰ بَلَدٍ مَيِّتٍ فَأَحْيَيْنَا بِهِ الْأَرْضَ بَعْدَ مَوْتِهَا

(40:4:13) l-bilādi   the cities   مَا يُجَادِلُ فِي آيَاتِ اللَّهِ إِلَّا الَّذِينَ كَفَرُوا فَلَا يَغْرُرْكَ تَقَلُّبُهُمْ فِي الْبِلَادِ

(50:36:12) l-bilādi   the lands   فَنَقَّبُوا فِي الْبِلَادِ هَلْ مِنْ مَحِيصٍ

(89:8:6) l-bilādi   the cities   الَّتِي لَمْ يُخْلَقْ مِثْلُهَا فِي الْبِلَادِ

(89:11:4) l-bilādi   the lands   الَّذِينَ طَغَوْا فِي الْبِلَادِ

(90:1:4) l-baladi   city   لَا أُقْسِمُ بِهَٰذَا الْبَلَدِ

(90:2:4) l-baladi   city   وَأَنْتَ حِلٌّ بِهَٰذَا الْبَلَدِ

(95:3:2) l-baladi   [the] city   وَهَٰذَا الْبَلَدِ الْأَمِينِ

(25:49:3) baldatan   (to) a land   لِنُحْيِيَ بِهِ بَلْدَةً مَيْتًا وَنُسْقِيَهُ مِمَّا خَلَقْنَا أَنْعَامًا وَأَنَاسِيَّ كَثِيرًا

(27:91:7) l-baldati   city   إِنَّمَا أُمِرْتُ أَنْ أَعْبُدَ رَبَّ هَٰذِهِ الْبَلْدَةِ الَّذِي حَرَّمَهَا

(34:15:17) baldatun   A land   بَلْدَةٌ طَيِّبَةٌ وَرَبٌّ غَفُورٌ

(43:11:9) baldatan   a land   وَالَّذِي نَزَّلَ مِنَ السَّمَاءِ مَاءً بِقَدَرٍ فَأَنْشَرْنَا بِهِ بَلْدَةً مَيْتًا

(50:11:5) baldatan   (to) a land   وَأَحْيَيْنَا بِهِ بَلْدَةً مَيْتً

The Arabic word ر ب (bar), which means "land", occurred 12 times in the Quran while the Arabic word ر ح ب (bahr), which means "sea", occurred 39 times in the Quran. Both are mentioned inconjunction with each other. So what does it means when the Quran mentioned BILAD. Take a look at the maps provided by Pazuzu pertaining to the Bless land.

Coincidence # 7:  Macphela

What is even more shocking is that the Torah, in its mention of Abraham?s wife Sarah, talks about a cave by the name of ?Macphelah?, which served as a burial site. Here are the words of Abraham (P) himself, as reported by the Torah:

That he may give me the cave of Machpelah, which he hath, which is in the end of his field; for as much money as it is worth he shall give it me for a possession of a burying place amongst you (Genesis ? 23:9)

To summarize the story, is appears that Abraham bought a small patch of prairie land and a nearby cave somewhere in the desolate wilderness of Hebran-Hebra, from a man named Ephron son of Sohar. (The Arabic rendering of the name is: 3afroun bin Sawhar - I think it?s a no-brainer).  And, as was the old Yemeni tradition, buried his wife in the cave, which the Torah calls ?Macphelah?.

In his book ?The Bible Came from Arabia?, Kamal Salibi, who visited the region of Hebran in Saudi Arabia, in the early 1980?s, and spoke with the locals there, brings to our attention the following:

Below is an old map of the region taken from a Saudi gazetteer in 1977. You can see the town of Al-Miqfalah, barely 50 kilometers east of Al-Qunfudha, a once prominent Saudi town on the Red Sea coast, some 300 Km south of Mecca.  Not only that, but the region ?coincidently? happens to be mountainous, and full of caves, and the stories of prophets buried there have been local legends for centuries uncounted.

Old map of the Asir region, showing the site of al-Miqfalah (in relation to Makkah)

Blue circle: Miqfalah
Red circle: Al-Qunfudha
Orange circle: Misrama
Black square: Makkah

Of course, no one in the world listens to these legends, as the memories of the people living in Asir and Yemen are viewed as no more than baseless ranting. Instead, the world has gone on imagining Palestine as the theater of events that never happened there - events which archeologists have disproved time and time again.

The ruins in the Asir region (which the Zionist Saudis have been hiding from the public media), date back to as early as 3500 BC. The towns in that region (the ?Qaryats?) have maintained their names at least since the 7th Century BC. So you can bet that the name ?Miqfalah? existed since the Babylonian exile era, when the Jewish scribes corrupted the Torah for the first time, distributing "Promised Lands" to their descendants as a revenge on the world for the suffering and destruction that were perpetrated against them by the Assyrians (Remember: REAL places as theaters for possibly legendary events).

It also shows you how all the descendants of Abraham (P) actually lived in the same region, and that the ridiculous stories that the Muslims believe in, which separate between Abraham?s progeny, placing some in the Levant and others in Arabia are all LIES.

The very scarce archeological digs in Yemen, for example, have demonstrated the habit of burial in caves since the most ancient of times. This agrees with the old traditions of that country, as well as their legends (for example, there are folk stories in Yemen, transmitted from generation to generation, telling of the burial of the Prophet Hud in a cave north of Hadramaut. Also, the prophet Shuaib is believed to be buried in a cave located in a mountain that was named after him: Jabal al Nabi Shuaib, which happens to be the tallest peak in all of Arabia). You can read about these legends in such books as: ?Al Tijan fi Muluk Himyar" (The Crowns of the Kings of Himyar) by Wahb bin Manbah, and ?Akhbar al Yemen? (Tales from Yemen) by Obaid bin Sharia al Jurhumi.  The burial of prophets, kings and heroic figures in caves have been a part of Yemeni culture for many generations.

Coincidence # 8:  Mamre

We have seen so far, that Abraham migrated from his original homeland, which was NOWHERE near Iraq, towards a land that Allah described as ?blessed to the worlds?. This blessing existed since the time of Abraham (around 1700 BC), and had nothing to do with Jerusalem (which didn?t even exist back then), nor with Mecca (which also didn?t exist), and certainly had nothing to do with Christianity nor Judaism. It was land full of trees, fruits, flowing mountain streams, and immense resources. By now, you have probably figured out where that mountainous land was.

Allah led the Patriarch to the location of the Sacred Valley - The Bayt.  (The same valley in which Allah would later address Moses, on the slopes of "al-Tur"). And there, very near to that valley, Abraham set up his tents.

But what was the original place he settled in called? (According to the Torah).

Let?s read:

Then Abram removed his tent, and came and dwelt in the oaks of Mamre, which is in Hebron, and built there an altar unto the LORD (Genesis ? 13:18)

A bit further down we have:

So the field of Ephron which [was] in Machpelah, which [was] before Mamre, the field and the cave which [was] in it, and all the trees that [were] in the field, which [were] within all the surrounding borders, were deeded (Genesis - 23:17)

Mamre, which is in Hebron, and near Macphelah?

Has the city of Al-Khaleel in current-day Palestine ever been connected to a place called Mamre? I defy anyone on this planet to bring me proof of this claim. The Palestinians themselves, who lived in that land for generations until the KHAZAR PIRATES came and took it from them, have never heard of the name  ?Mamre?  in association with the occupied city of Al-Khaleel. Their elders know very well that this mysterious name was introduced by force onto their land.

But the Bani Kananah of Arabia knew of such a place. And they sang many legends about it in their poetry, describing it as wilderness place where ancient Arab heroes and warriors would rest in the shade of trees, and where mystics and oracles would commune with the gods.

In fact, the Torah relates to us an extraordinary event that took place in that copse of oak trees. Here it is:

Then the LORD appeared to him by the terebinth trees of Mamre, as he was sitting in the tent door in the heat of the day.   2 So he lifted his eyes and looked, and behold, three men were standing by him; and when he saw [them,] he ran from the tent door to meet them, and bowed himself to the ground,   3 and said, "My Lord, if I have now found favor in Your sight, do not pass on by Your servant.   4 "Please let a little water be brought, and wash your feet, and rest yourselves under the tree.   5 "And I will bring a morsel of bread, that you may refresh your hearts. After that you may pass by, inasmuch as you have come to your servant." They said, "Do as you have said."   6 So Abraham hurried into the tent to Sarah and said, "Quickly, make ready three measures of fine meal; knead [it] and make cakes."   7 And Abraham ran to the herd, took a tender and good calf, gave [it] to a young man, and he hastened to prepare it.   8 So he took butter and milk and the calf which he had prepared, and set [it] before them; and he stood by them under the tree as they ate.   9 Then they said to him, "Where [is] Sarah your wife?" So he said, "Here, in the tent."   10 And He said, "I will certainly return to you according to the time of life, and behold, Sarah your wife shall have a son." (Sarah was listening in the tent door which [was] behind him.)   11 Now Abraham and Sarah were old, well advanced in age; [and] Sarah had passed the age of childbearing.   12 Therefore Sarah laughed within herself, saying, "After I have grown old, shall I have pleasure, my lord being old also?"   13 And the LORD said to Abraham, "Why did Sarah laugh, saying, 'Shall I surely bear [a child,] since I am old?'   14 "Is anything too hard for the LORD? At the appointed time I will return to you, according to the time of life, and Sarah shall have a son." (Genesis 18: 1 - 14)

This same story appears in the Quran, albeit in slightly different details.

1- No names of places are mentioned, nor any copse of oak trees.
2- The name of the wife who laughed as she received the tidings is not mentioned.
3- The guests who visited Abraham were very unusual in appearance and behaved very strangely, causing Abraham to have some fear in his heart.
4- The guests did not even touch the food.

Here is the uncorrupted version of this story:

{Has the narrative of the noble guests of Abraham come to you? * When they entered upon him, they said: ?Peace!?. He said: ?Peace, O people unknown! * Then he went to his family and brought a fat calf. * He offered it to them, he said: ?Do you not eat?? * He then became fearful of them. They said: ?Do not fear?, and they gave him good news of a knowledgeable son * His wife then approached in amazement. She slapped upon her face, and said: ?A barren old woman!?}?[51:24-33]

Elsewhere in Allah?s book, we read the same story again, and get a new perspective (note how the two perspectives complete each other, forming an independent whole):

{And Our messengers came to Abraham with good news, they said: "Peace" He said: "Peace," and he made no delay in bringing a roasted calf * But when he saw that their hands did not reach towards it, he mistrusted them, and he began to have fear of them. They said: "Have no fear, we have been sent to the people of Lot? * And his wife was standing, so she laughed when We gave her the good news of Isaac, and after Isaac, Jacob. * She said: "O my! Shall I give birth when I am an old woman, and here is my husband an old man? This is indeed a strange thing!" * They said: "Do you wonder at the decree of Allah? The mercy and blessings of Allah are upon you O people of the Sanctuary. He is Praiseworthy, Glorious."?[11:69-74]

We understand, from the above, that the guests of Abraham were unfamiliar and behaved strangely. The word that Abraham used to describe them was ?munkaroon? (plural of munkar), which means simply that: strange / unknown / unfamiliar. Also, not eating the food of the host was considered an insult (and still is), in Arabian culture. We also understand that Lot?s town was nearby, and that the messengers were going there to bring down the wrath of Allah on that place.  So, Lot?s town is not far from Hebran - Hebra, which itself is near the Oaks of Mamre (sometimes spelled ?Mamra?), which is also near the Kirjat-Arba (the ?Four Towns?). The region is no more than 300 KM south of Mecca.

Please keep this in mind, for later on, when we finally pinpoint where Muhammad (P) was initially located. 

What do the ancient Arab poets say about Mamre-Mamra?

Read this and gawk:

Yemeni poet A?mr bin Maad Yakreb (more famous by the name Karb al-Zubaidi) wrote:

و يومَ ممرَ قد حَميَت لقائحي     و ضَبني عن أبناء جُعفٍ و مازنِ

He is remembering past events of a great battle that took place between the tribes of Hamadan and Zubaid (the poet?s own tribe), where their foes, the Hamadani warriors, took refuge in a mountainous vale full of trees. And the day of that battle was called ?Yawmu Mamra? (The Day of Mamra). The verse also mentions the very famous Asiri tribe of Mazen (These events took place during the first or second century A.D. at the latest). In fact, the tribe of Bani Mazen in southern Saudi Arabia, were located in and around the city of Abha, and the name is still - until today - very famous there. If you don?t believe me, type in   بني مازن      (Bani Mazen) in the search bar, and see what you get: DOZENS of links associating this tribe to the city of Abha, which is 2000 Km above sea level (it will only work if you make the search in Arabic ). Where is Abha?  Look at the map below, and see how close this town is to the region depicted in the previous map:

Blue circle: Al-Qunfudha
Red circle: Abha
Green circle: Najran
Black circle: Makkah

Another poet, known simply as "Zhul-Rimma", also mentions the same legendary place - The warrior?s solace of Mamra.

Note how often the Yemenis use the pronoun ?Zhu? or "Zhul" in their names. Over 30 Yemeni kings were labeled as ?Zhul - something":  ( Zhul? Azhar , Zhu Nawwas , Zhu Raydan, Zhu Jayhan, etc? ). Also, prophet  "Zhul? Kifl" mentioned in the Quran was obviously a Yemeni.   What about "Pharaoh"?    The Quran calls him   "Far?oun Zhul? Awtad" , meaning: Far?oun of the Tent Pegs (denoting he was no more than a tribal chief).

The list goes on and on?

Every time you encounter a name that begins with ?Zhul? or ?Zhu?, you can rest assured it?s Yemeni.

Here?s what "Zhul? Rimma" says about Mamre-Mamra. If you can read Arabic, you will immediately note how outstanding the description is:

كأني و رحلي فوق أحقـــــــبَ لاحه           من الصيف شل المخلفات الرواجع 
                                  ممرَ أمــــــرت مَتنــــــهُ أســــــــيدة             يمانية حلـــت جنوب المضاجـــــــع     
                                 دعاها من الأصلاب أصلاب شُنطبِ            أخاديدُ عهدٍ مُســــــتحيل المواقـــــع
                                 كسا الأرض بُهمى غضة حبشـــــية             نؤاساً و بقـــــعان الظهور الأقـارع 

I just wish you folks could read what I?m reading, because this is absolutely earth-shattering.
No words in English can do justice to these timeless verses?poetry that comes from the soul. In the second line, he is describing the desolate grove of Mamre as a location to the south of the resting place of the Heroes of Yemen (The cavern graveyards). In the third line, he describes how difficult and treacherous the mountain paths leading to it can be. Finally, in the fourth line he describes the vestiges of an Ethiopian campaign in the region, and the destruction it left behind.  Does this ring a bell?  Who was the leader of this Ethiopian excursion against the south of Arabia?   (Scratch your heads a little, and you?ll get the answer. This is another major clue as to where Muhammad was located). 

Here is what a third poet, Kaab bin Zuhair (a pre- Islamic poet) says of this legendary tree grove:

فكأني كسوتُ ذلك رحلي     أو ممرَ السراة جأباً ذريرا

Again, we have a description of ?Mamra of the Sarat??In the heart of Asir?The greenest, most fertile, and most river-abundant region in all of Arabia, and in the past, the heart of the incense and myrrh trade routes that ran along the slopes of the Sarat Mountains.

It is the same region and the same trade routes mentioned in the story of Joseph.

And they sat down to eat a meal. Then they lifted their eyes and looked, and there was a company of Ishmaelites, coming from Gilead with their camels, bearing spices, balm, and myrrh, on their way to carry [them] down to Misraim (Genesis 37:25)

And their father Israel said to them, "If [it must be] so, then do this: Take some of the best fruits of the land in your vessels and carry down a present for the man -- a little balm and a little honey, spices and myrrh, pistachio nuts and almonds (Genesis 43:11)

If there is any land in ancient history (before Jerusalem...before Mecca...before Christianity and Judaism) that was blessed to the world, that would be it. There is not a single spot on this entire planet where you will find the names: Mamre - Hebran - Miqfalah - all together bundled up in the same region, other than Asir.

Asir , the theater of the Old Testament, was the cradle of all civilizations, and the land of the prophets.  And the Muslims who keep insisting that the Levant was the land of the prophets are deluded to the point of insanity.

And the story of Abraham and Sarah, their tribulations and wanderings in the wilderness looking for a place to settle, their digging of the ?Well of Fullness? (Bir? Shabba3a), at the Holy Bayt (the sacred vale where Adam first descended from the earthly paradise high up in the Sarat Mountains) is a 100% ancient Arabic folkloric tale that has been told and retold by the people of that region for over 3000 years.

It has nothing to do with Palestine whatsoever. And the Palestinians have been right all along. The city of Al-Khaleel is NOT the Hebron of the Torah.

And God only knows who is buried there in that catacomb they call ?The Tomb of Abraham?.

The alleged site of Abraham's tomb in "Hebron", Palestine

Could all these be coincidences?

Study the map carefully and tell me what it means when the Quran tells us that,

1. The Bless Land was in the Bilad where Kinanah is / was,

2. Abraham sojourned to the Bilad where Kinanah is / was,

3. Saba was in the Bilad where Kinanah is / was,

4. Our resurrection will be at the Bilad where Kinanah is / was

So could it be that the Bilad is referring to AlMiqfalah [Macpela as per the OT] 50 km from the present Mecca?


Questions/Comments on the Quran / UMM al KITAB
« on: April 10, 2016, 02:08:54 AM »
Salamun alaikum

The knowledge of ALLAH the most High, for HE is all-Knowledgeable of all the knowledges of what is existent (Mawjood) and what is non-existent (Maa?doom). Here is an explicit understanding that Umm al Kitab is the the identification of the Prophets AND origin of the Quran, as stated in the Quran 06:83 to 89, which shows the names of the 18 Prophets exclusive Prophets Idris and the Last Prophet, who received the Umm al Kitab, the Quran 06:89

Those are the ones to whom We gave the Book and Authority and Prophethood?..

The Quran explain 03:07.

HE is the one who has sent down to you the Book. In it are verses that are authoritative, these are the FOUNDATION OF THE BOOK [UMM al KITAB]; and others, similar ones. So as for those in whose hearts there is an aberration (from the truth) they follow that which it likes, seeking sedition, and seeking its interpretations, but none knows its interpretations except ALLAH. And those who know the secrets says: "We believe in it; all of it is from our Lord.'' And none receive admonition except men of knowledge.

ALLAH states that in the Book [UMM al KITAB], the verses which are Muhkamat, are the foundations of the Book [UMM al KITAB] which are known only to ALLAH. The interpretation of the verses of the Umm al Kitab were also known only to those who knows the secrets of the Book [UMM al KITAB]. These people were the Prophets, Messengers and those who were given the knowledge. The Umm al Kitab, interpreted and recorded in the Qur'an as the ?others? that are Mutashabihat [similar ones]. Similar ones in the sense that the contents of the ?others? Quran were similar to a certain extent, meaning, the laws and stories of the Prophets are the same for all the ?other? Quran as per the Umm al Kitab but scenario and structure are different considering the fact that different people with different languages and from countries received the Quran. In order to comprehend and confirm the above verse, we will have to cross reference with a number of Quranic verses to substantiate that the Quran explained in detail the Umm al Kitab.

10:37  "This Qur'an is not such as can be produced by other than ALLAH, but a verification which is between, supports it, and EXPLAIN IN DETAIL the Book [UMM al KITAB], wherein there IS no doubt, from the Lord of the worlds."

11:01. A Book [UMM al KTAB], the verses, whereof are authoritative (in every sphere of knowledge), and THEN EXPLAINED IN DETAIL from One, Who is All-Wise Well-Acquainted.

12:111 - "...It (the Qur'an) is not a fabricated story, but a verification, which IS between, supports it and a detailed explanation [of the UMM al KITAB], a guide and a mercy to the people who believe."

Study the above verses carefully especially 03:07, 06:89 and11:01. You will see the words ?Hikmah? and ?Tafseel? used. Verses 03:07 and 11:01 tells us in verses 06:89; 10:37 and 12;111, that the Book [Umm al Kitab] was the Book that all Prophets received and explained in detail into the Qur'an which is a confirmation of that is between, support it of the Book, that is, the Furqan [Tawrat & Injeel] ? 05:44 to 48. It is a witness to the Furqan. The Quran explained in detail the Book [the Umm al Kitab]. That is, fully and truly explaining and detailing the rules and the lawful and the unlawful. With this complete and more than sufficient explanation into the Grand Qur?an, so as for mankind who will be receiving the Quran for their own salvation.

This is why ALLAH says that the authoritative verses are the FOUNDATION of the BOOK?, meaning, authoritative verses which were translated and taught by ALLAH and his legislation - [the Prophet and the Spirits] and recorded into what is the Grand Qur'an as the ?others similar ones? / ?Similar Books? which explained in details the fundamental verses of the Umm al Kitab / Kitaban Munira. To support my claims, please check the Quran which explicitly says

15:87. And indeed, We have bestowed upon you seven of the Second One, and the Grand Qur'an.

39:23. ALLAH has sent down the Best Statement, a Book, Similar One, Second One. The skins of those who fear their Lord shiver from it. Then their skin and their heart soften to the remembrance of Allah. That is the guidance of Allah. He guides there with
whom He wills; and whomever Allah sends astray, for him there is no guide.

Allah has sent down the best statement, a Book (this Qur'an), So it is recited into possibly, seven languages in order for mankind to comprehend the divine message! The explicit explanation above, tells us that there were seven of the second one. Its plausible that the Quran is the second addendum or it is the second Book after the Umm al Kitab or both, which th Last Prophet received.

Further to substantiate that this Quran was the interpreted Arabic version of the Ummul Kitab.

Q.43:02 - And the clear Book [QURAN], 03. We have made it an Arabic recitation that you might understand. 04. And indeed it [the Quran] is, in the UMM al KITAB with Us, exalted and full of wisdom.

The Quran also says in 14:04

And that We send message of a messenger except in the language of his people to state clearly for them?..

Since the Quran stated clearly that it is a Book of Explanation and a clear Book, as such it is obvious that it will explain to mankind in the different languages that exists in this world and not only in one  geographical area and in that geographical language. Than it is going to be another explanation from that particular language from people who have no knowledge of the secrets of the Quran, as per 03:07!

Q.41:03 - A Book [the Quran], explain in detailed its verses, an Arabic recitation for a people [QAUM] who know,

It is explicit that this is an Arabic version Quran. The verse ?an Arabic recitation FOR A PEOPLE?, shows clearly that this Quran was sent to the Arabs. That?s where the contradiction and fallacy pertaining to the outrageous translation of the Quran was born! The Quran also confirms that it is a judgement in Arabic. That shows clearly it is the Arabic version, sent to Arabs considering the verses of Chapter 13 below?

37. And thus have We sent it (the Qur'an) down to be a judgement of authority in Arabic. Were you to follow their (vain) desires after the knowledge which has come to you, then you will not have any protector or defender against Allah.
38. And indeed We sent Messengers before you, and made for them wives and offspring. And it was not for a Messenger to bring a sign except by Allah's leave. (For) every matter there is a decree (from Allah).)
39. ALLAH eliminates what He wills or confirms, and with HIM is the UMM al KITAB

It tells us pertaining to this Quran that all rules and regulation had already been conveyed and explain to the Arab Messenger in Arabic. His job is to convey the message to his people, the Arabs. And if there is going to be any verses that is to be replace, it is up to ALLAH, considering the fact that in verse 39, ?ALLAH eliminates what He wills or confirms,?  And ALLAH confirms that the Ummul Kitab is with him.

Q.41:44 - And if We had made it a non-Arabic Qur'an, they would have said, "Why are its verses not explained in detail [in our language]? Foreign [recitation] and Arab [recitation]" Say, "It is, for those who believe, a guidance and cure." And those who do not believe - in their ears is deafness, and it is upon them blindness. Those are being called from a distant place.

If this is a non-Arabic Qur'an, then the Arabs, will questioned, why is it not explain in their language? Similarly, the non-Arabs, will question, why is the Quran not explain in their own language? Does 41:44 contradicts 14:04? Definitly not. In fact it proves that this Quran was the Arabic version!

75:19 - Moreover, indeed, it is for Us to explain it.

We meaning, ALLAH and HIS legislation [the Prophet and the Spirits] will explain it, clarify it with whoever the messenger were that received the Quran in their respective languages with its meaning according to what ALLAH and HIS legislation intended and legislated.
And further to substantiate my findings, Quran 16:103

And We certainly know that they say, "Indeed it is a MORTAL that teaches him." The tongue of the one who deviates on him is foreign, and this is clear Arabic language.

The above verse confirmed that the Last Prophet was the Mortal and the Foreign teacher. He was accused of deviating his student, who could only be the Arab Messenger. The Quran recorded what is in the mind of the people when they saw for themselves that the Arabic version Quran was taught to an Arab by someone who was not from their own culture or race. They taught that the foreigner was only deviating their Arab brother. The verse proves that the Prophet taught not only the Arab Messenger but Messengers assigned to their respective people.


Projects / Conferences / Events / Gaddafi speech
« on: April 03, 2016, 12:01:57 AM »
Salamun alaikum

i m not sure whether the link below had been shown before,

The Late Muammar Gadafi said the truth pertaining Palestine. Its seems the Arabs just dont bother

The Bible - Genesis; Chapter 17

1. And Abram was ninety-nine years old, and the LORD appeared to Abram and said to him, I am thy God, be well-pleasing before me, and be blameless.
3. And Abram fell upon his face, and God spoke to him, saying,

GOD spoke to Abraham and that is HE makes a covenant with Abraham and that Abraham will be made a father of nations.

5. And thy name shall no more be called Abram, but thy name shall be Abraam, for I HAVE MADE THEE A FATHER OF MANY NATIONS.
7. And I will establish MY COVENANT between thee and thy seed after thee, to their generations, for an everlasting COVENANT, to be thy God, and [the God] of thy seed after thee.
8. And I will give to thee and to thy seed after thee the land [A] wherein thou sojournest, even all the land of Chanaan [South Arabia] for an everlasting possession, and I will be to them a God.
9. And God said to Abraam, Thou also shalt fully keep MY COVENANT, thou and thy seed after thee for their generations.......

to further substantiate the family of Abraham PERTAINING TO THE COVENANT AND THE GIFT OF NATIONS?..

15 And God said to Abraam, Sara thy wife, her name shall not be called Sara, Sarrha shall be her name.
16 And I will bless her, and give thee a son of her, and I will bless him, and he shall become NATIONS, and KINGS OF NATIONS shall be of him.

Sara will give birth, that child, his progeny will be the GREAT NATIONS. 

17 And Abraham fell upon his face, and laughed; and spoke in his heart, saying, shall there be a child to one who is a hundred years old, and shall Sarrha who is ninety years old, bear?
18 And Abraham said to GOD, Let this ISHMAEL - [GREAT NATION] live before thee.

Abraham and his wife, Sara were already OLD, they dont have any children yet!
A. ALLAH promise that Abraham and his wife Sarah who will bore him children.
B. ALLAH made a COVENANT with Abraham pertaining to his eldest son [17:04; 07; 09; 19; 21] and pertaining to his second son HE made a GREAT NATION [17:05; 06; 16; 20].

19 And God said to Abraam, Yea, behold, Sarrha thy wife shall bear thee a son, and thou shalt call his name Isaac; and I will establish MY COVENANT WITH HIM, for an everlasting covenant, to be a God to him and to his seed after him.


And thus will your Lord choose you [Muhammad] and teach you the interpretation of narratives and complete HIS favor upon you and upon the family of Jacob, as HE completed it upon your fathers before, Abraham and Isaac. Indeed, your Lord is Knowing and Wise.

And further to substantiate the verse above, we need to cross reference with The Quran 29:27?

And We gave to him, Isaac and Jacob and placed in his descendants Prophet hood and a Book. And We gave him his reward in this world, and indeed, he is in the Hereafter among the righteous.

So the Quran confirms that Muhammad was a direct descendent of Prophet Ishhaq [Isaac] and as such Muhammad was a TRUE PROPHET OF ALLAH!

Please scrutinize verse 20, it started with concerning Ishmael not Ishhaq

20 And CONCERNING ISHMAEL, behold, I have heard thee, and, behold, I have blessed him, and will increase him and multiply him exceedingly; NATIONS shall he beget, and I will make him a GREAT NATION.

Genesis 17:20 above must be read in conjunction with Genesis 17: 05; 06; 16, which clearly shows that Sara will give birth to a second son, which in this case was Ishmael and that his descendants will be made the GREAT NATIONS. However, with regards to Ishhaq, please scrutinize 17:21, which if you read the verse in context, you will fine that the covenant was made pertaining Ishhaq.

17:21 But I will establish MY COVENANT WITH ISHHAQ, whom Sarrha shall bear to thee at this time, in the next year.

So ALLAH made HIS first  promise with Abraham that HE will make the COVENANT pertaining to his first born and that is Ishhaq [Genesis 17:21] before HIS second promise for Abraham?s second son - ISHMAEL [Genesis 17:20]!



To proof that the Last Prophet was born in the 3rd Century CE and plausible live through the early 4th Century CE, please read carefully below; Any comment is most welcome.

This story written by Ibn Hisham, who wrote a work on South Arabian antiquities - Kitab al-Tijan li ma'rifatimuluk alzaman - Book of Crowns in knowing kings of the age.

What we have here is a story from the South Arabian tradition, meant to explain the presence of the (genealogically) South Arabian Lakhmids in Iraq and al-Hirah. The story is traced back to the time of a generation before Shamir Yur'ish / Yuhar'ish, i.e., the first part of the third century CE, when Rabi?ah b. Nasr had a dream that alarmed him and that continued to disquiet him. Rabi'ah b. Nasr al-Lakhmi is the first figure in the royal genealogy, father of 'Amr, the father of Imru' al-Qays I. At the end of the story of the dream, the Lakhmids are made to migrate from Yemen to al-Hirah in order to escape the prophesied invasion of the Ethiopians, being allowed to settle at al-Hirah by the Persian King Ardashir. When Rabiah had this dream, he sent out enquiries among the people of his kingdom and gathered together in his presence every soothsayer, magician, drawer of omens from the flight of birds. Then he informed them, "I have had a dream which has alarmed me and caused me disquiet, so tell me its interpretation." They replied, "Recount it to us, so that we might inform you of its meaning." He replied, however, "If I recount it to you, I shall have no confidence that you will be able to tell me its correct interpretation; the only person who will know its correct interpretation is the one who already knows about the dream without my telling him." When Rabi'ah had said all this to them, one of the assembled group of experts on dreams said, "If the king requires this, then he should send for Satih and Shiqq, for there is no one more knowledgeable than these two, and they will certainly be able to tell you what you ask." Satih's (real) name was Rabi'ah b. Mas'-ud b. Mdzin b. Dhi'b b. 'Ad b. Mdzin b. Ghassdn, and because of his genealogical connections with Dhi'b he was called al-Dhi'bi. Shiqq was the son of Sa'b b. Yashkur b. Ruhm. b. Afrak b. Nadhir b. Qays b. 'Abqar b. Anmiir.
[Satih and Shiqq appear in Arabic lore as legendary personages and they have roles in pre-Islamic history as diviners: here for the Lakhmid Rabi'ah but also (anachronistically) for al-Nu'man b. al-Mundhir (IV) and Khusraw An-asharwdn in predicting the fall of the Persian kingdom and the triumph of the Arabs]. This was the event of Qardasiyyah!

When they told Rabi'ah that, he sent for the two men. Satih came to him before Shiqq; there were no soothsayers like them in their time. So when Satih arrived, the king summoned him and said, "O Satih, I have had a dream which has alarmed me and disquieted me, so tell me about it, for if you comprehend the dream correctly, you will know correctly its interpretation.  "Satih replied, "I will do this. You saw in your dream a skull [jumiumah - Abfija'far al-Tabaril says: I have found the rendering of it in other places as '. . . I saw blazing coals, humamah'-which came forth from the darkness-and fell upon the lowlands descending to the sea-and devoured there everything with a skull!"]The king said, "O Satih, you have got it exactly right; so what, in your opinion, is the interpretation of it?

The king said to Satih, "By your father! O Satih, this is indeed distressing and painful for us; but when will this take place, in my own time, or subsequently?" Satih replied, "Nay, indeed, a good while after it more than sixty or seventy years will elapse." The king said, "Will that dominion of theirs endure, or will it be cut short?" he answered, "Nay, it will be cut short after seventy odd years have gone by and then all of them there will be slain or will be expelled from it as fugitives." The king said, "Who, then, will assume that task of killing and expelling them?" Satih replied, "Iram of DhuYazan[Muslim lore identified Iram with the Biblical Aram, son of Shem and made various peoples of Arabia his descendants.] When the Qur'an, LXXXIX, 6, speaks of Iram, it is probably referring to a tribe or people, the Antiquities of South Arabia, who will come forth against them from Aden and ?not leave a single one of them in Yemen." The king enquired, "Will Iram's dominion there endure, or will it be cut short?" He replied, "It will indeed be cut short." The king said, "And who will cut it short?"
He replied, "A Prophet, a pure one, to whom the inspired revelation (al-wahy) will come from on high." The king asked, "Who will this prophet spring from?" He replied, "[He will be] a man from the progeny of Ishaq-his dominion over his people shall last until the end of time." The king said, "0 Satih, will time (al-dahr) have an end?" He replied, "Yes, a day on which the first generations and the last generations will be assembled, the righteous will be joyful on it but the evil doers shall be made wretched." The king said, "Is what you are informing us true, 0 Satih?" the latter replied, "Yes, by the redness of the dying sun at evening and the beginning of the darkness of nightand the dawn when it is complete-what I have told you is undoubtedly true. "

When Satih had finished, Shiqq arrived, so the king summoned him. He said, "O Shiqq, I have had a dream that has alarmed and disquieted me, so tell me about it, for if you comprehend the dream correctly, you will know correctly its interpretation," just as he had said to Satih. But he concealed from him what Satih had said in order that he might see whether the two interpretations agreed or differed. Shiqq said, "Yes, you saw a skull, which came forth from the darkness, and fell upon all the, land, meadows, and thickets and devoured everything there with living breath." When that king perceived that the words of the two soothsayers agreed with each other totally, he said to Shiqq, "0 Shiqq, you have got it exactly right, so what, in your opinion, is the interpretation of it?" Shiqq replied, "I swear by the men living between the two harrahs, THE BLACKS [Ethiopians] will certainly come down on your land and will seize custody of every tender one from your hands and will then rule over all the land from Abyan to Najran.? [Again implying the whole length of Yemen, since Najran lay on its north-eastern fringes.] The king exclaimed, "By your father! O Shiqq, this is indeed distressing and painful for us; but when will this take place, in my own time, or subsequently?" Shiqq answered, "Nay indeed, a stretch of time after you-then a mighty one, lofty of status, shall rescue you from it-and will make them taste the deepest abasement." The king said, "Who is this person mighty of status?"

Shiqq retorted, "A youth neither base nor inadequate for what he attempts, he will issue forth from the house of DhuYazan." The king said, "Will his dominion endure, or will it be cut short?" He replied, "Indeed, it will be ended by a Prophet who will be sent,who will come with right and justice among the people of religion and virtue. The dominion will remain among his people until the Day of Separation.One may ask, 'What is the Day of Separation? " -The reply is, the day on which those near to God will be recompensed invocations from the heavens will be made which both the quick and the dead shall hear and on which the people will be gathered together at the appointed place on which there will be salvation and blessings for those who fear God." The king said, "Is what you say true, O Shiqq?" The latter replied, "Yes, by the lord of heaven and earth and the highlands and the lowlands which lie between them, what I have communicated to you is indeed the truth, in which there is no dissimulation. "

When the king had finished questioning the two men, there came into his mind that what the two of them had told him regarding the invasion of the Ethiopians was really going to take place, so he fitted out his sons and other members of his house for the journey to Iraq, together with what they needed, and wrote on their behalf to one of the kings of Persia called Adashir, son of Khurrazdd, [Presumably the reference is to Shabur I, since his father Ardashir's mother was Khurrazad, who allowed them to settle at al-Hirah]. AI-Nu'man b. al-Mundhir, the king of al-Hirah, was a descendant of Rabi'ah b. Nasr; he is al-Nu'man b. al-Mundhir b. al-Nu'man b. al-Mundhir b. 'Amr b. 'Adi b. Rabi'ah b. Nasr, that same king in the genealogy and the lore of the scholars of Yemen . As noted above the dream described thus becomes an explanation for the movement of a South Arabian group like the Lakhmid family from Yemen to Iraq.

There related to us Ibn Hisham, who said: When Satih and Shiqq told that to Rabi'ah b. Nasr, and Rabi'ah did with regard to his sons and other members of his house what he in fact did, the mention of all this spread among the Arabs, and they talked about it extensively until his fame and his reputation for knowledge became widely disseminated among them. However, what the soothsayer said were not 100%. The only truth they said was that of the coming of the Last Prophet after the Greco-Roman / Ethiopian invasion. To establish these facts, I will outline the time and the people involved.

1.   Quranic and historical evidence proofs that the Quranic Last Prophet was NEVER an Arab as per the Quran ? 12:06; 29:27; not born in the 7th Century CE in Mecca; and no evidence what so ever of an Arab Prophet that exists in the 7th Century CE.  However, there was a Prophet who was born in the 3rd Century - 214 CE and claimed himself the Last of the Prophets and the Paraclete. If there is a migration of believe than that prophet was the true Quranic Last Prophet of ALLAH. He was known as Prophet Mani [P]. Ironically, the Quran was not traditionally written in the Arabic script. Quranic evidence ? 44:58; tells us that the Quran was sent to the Prophet in his tongue. As such, Prophet Mani [P] who spoke the Manichean language originating from Babylon, the Grand Quran was written in Manichean language.  These evidence proofs that ?Manichean? is the ?prestige dialect' of the Grand Quran. There is already an element of translation inherent in the Quran in which there are 7.

2.   The Sasanian King Ardashir, who ruled in 224 to 242 CE, shows clearly that Rabiah b, Nasr was his contemporary. History tells us that King Ardahir and his son, Shapur I [ruled from 242 to 272] was very staunch supporter of Prophet Mani. History also tells us that Rabiah b. Nasr?s grandson Amr b. Adi b. Rabiah b. Nasr who was the 1stLakhmid King and father of Imru AlQays, was also a staunch supporter of Prophet Mani. He also maintained close relation with the Persians and ruled before and after the time of King Ardashir. [source: Byzantine and the Arabs in the 4th Century Irfan Shahid and DeArabizing Arabia by Irfan Shahid and Saad Abulhab respectively]

3.   The Ethiopians occupied Yemen, and the events which had previously been talking about, including the interpretations of the two soothsayers, came to pass, and proofs that the royal titulature of the Ethiopian Negus in the 4th Century was along one that included the South Arabian titles of ?King of Himyar, Saba, Raydan and Salhen?, very similar to what Shammar Yuha?rish, who claimed the royal style as ?King of Sabaʾ and the Raydān and Hadhramaut. This composite title has been somewhat of a ?puzzle? and as such one of the explanations ? the most natural one ? can relate it to an Ethiopian victory over the Sabaeans of South Arabia, resulting in the acquisition by the victorious Negus of the titles of his vanquished adversary, the Sabaeans King. This was in the year 270 - 300 CE.[source: Byzantine and the Arabs in the 4th Century by authored Irfan Shahid]

4.   Shammar Yuha?rish, in AD 275, he led his troops to victory over Najran, Mareb and Hadhramaut. He succeeded in ?uniting? much of Yemen, assuming the title "King of Saba and Dhu Raydan and Hadhramaut and Yamnat". Khawarizmi, a prominient Muslim scholar who lived from 780 t0 850 CE, called him Shimr Yar?ish or Abu Karab Alifriqis, which could means he was of African origins considering the fact that he used the word ?Alifriqis?. This proofs that he was the Ethiopian Negus that conquered Yemen as predicted by the two soothsayers. [Source: DeArabizing Arabia by Saad Abulhab]

5.   The case of a joint Roman-Ethiopians expedition and possibly for an occupation of South Arabia, however short, may be supported by reference in the Byzantine sources relating to the reign of Constantine and his son Constantius, who sends an ecclesiastical mission to both Ethiopia and Himyar in a way that implies a relationship of some sort and what is more, suggests that the two countries were conceived by the autokratoras one region. Constantine edicts regulating the travel of his political agents to those parts, in which, he speaks of gentem Axumetarumet Homeritarum. The used of the singular, gentem, is significant; it implies that the two peoples were under one political domination![source: Byzantine and the Arabs in the 4th Century authored Irfan Shahid]

6.   Most importantly of these events that happened in the 3rd / 4th Century is validated by the Quran in Surah Arrum ? verses 2 to 4.

30:02 The Romans have won.
30:03 At the lowest part on the earth. But after their victory, they will be defeated.
30:04 In several years. The decision before and after is for ALLAH, and on that day the believers will rejoice.

The Quranic evidence shows that the Romans who have won will be defeated in several years? later. Historical evidences show that on the Romans side, they lost much of their territory in the middle of the 4th Century. On the Persian side, it was the Century of Shapur II, who reigned from 326 ? 379 CE. Shabur II aggressiveness was irredentist and that set the two world powers in collision course. He considered the Diocletianic acquisition of the Mesopotamian and Trans-Tigrine provinces a rape. He was thus determine to recover the lost provinces. And it was not until the latter half of the Century and by the terms of the Peace of Jovian in 363 CE and of the settlement in 387 CE that the Persian considered the wrong has been righted.

These events proofs ALLAH promise the truth. It also proofs that the Traditional Islamic history is nothing but a lie against ALLAH and also to mankind!

The Quran in 06:116

And if you obey most of those in the earth, they will mislead you from the way of ALLAH. Indeed they follow except assumption, and indeed they except guessing.


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