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We are agree, the content of the Reading is sifficient to realize that it is divine message.

The language is not a barrier, when we read the reading with a healthy and sincere spirit, our educator Rabb guides all sincere seekers whatever their language.
What I mean by that, when the translation of a verse is not right, we feel it in our heart.


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Following the article by the author of the NAWAT website

The Quran is to be read in serenity, in trust, far from all Satan's attempts to question his authenticity, his history and the conditions of his revelation. All these aspects are secondary for those who seek the salvation of their own souls from their God.

For others, at least sincere, I can only ask them to give the Quran the chance they give to other books, to think that there is a successful author who wrote things in the hope to be read without a priori, with honesty. That they do not block the idea that it comes from God. Let them judge on the piece and not on what they are told.

The Qur'an is a link of great purity between Allah and his followers. With the Qur'an in the hands, no intermediary between Allah and his faithful is required. And even if we do not understand everything, what we can understand is already huge.

Whatever the history of the book, even if there are areas of shadows in the understanding, the Qur'an is a book that is worth by itself, by its content, and by the subtleties that Allah reserves for its faithful in the sense of those who study it, I must specify. It is a book just waiting to be read and studied. A book that pays off at every reading as a reward for hard-working students.

14:24    Did you not note how God puts forth the example that a good word is like a good tree, whose root is firm and whose branches are in the sky.

14:25    It bears its fruit every so often with the permission of its Lord; and God puts forth the examples for the people,

The debate on the authenticity of the Qur'an will never be closed. This is impossible simply because the Qur'an will always be considered false by those who do not want to believe in it and also and especially by those who do not want to believe in the existence of a God provider in spirit of truth. It's a long story and Ibliss was the first arrogant spirit to think himself a geyser of truths.

The Qur'an establishes the institution of Hajj for the contradictory debates with the recalcitrant, the "Salat" for individual meditation and the Salat Joumaa (in group), the most suitable day, for the deeper debates between the faithful who have gone beyond asking questions about authenticity. That the reader (sincere) excuses the mixture of genres in this article.perhaps they will remember.

39:32    Who is more wicked than he who lies about God, and denies the truth when it comes to him? Is there not in Hell an abode for the rejecters?


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Thank Jikhan for your input.

It is up to each one to judge his authenticity in all conscience. God has promised to preserve the content of the Qur'an. It is a guide for sincere believers, free of contradiction whenone  meditate eache verse  with a healthy mind. Those who rely on tradition to highlight contradictions, no importance. God reveals good understanding to sincere believers.

No need for a password to prove its authenticity, the content of the Koran is self-sufficient, God revealed it to the prophet and takes care himself to preserve its content.

God does not need any human being to prove his authenticity.
if our understandings diverge, the Koran does not contain any contradiction. contradictions are created by the human spirit.
We must be patient, all these contradictions will gradually disappear. Hence the need to meditate each verse to receive the guidance of our educator.

I do not need to have parchment from the time of the prophet to be convinced of its authenticity. The current version  is enough to me. It is the content of the message that matters, not the age of the parchment. I believe in its authenticity in the absence (bilghayb) of the version at the time of the prophet because Its content is inimitable, infinite source of wisdom and teaching free from contradictions.

God bless


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Peace,

The fatiha. On a beautiful read and reread, it is not Allah who speaks. It is clearly a prayer and an invocation where it is the faithful of Allah who are supposed to express themselves to ask the guidance of their God.

15:87    And We have given you seven that are dual, and the great Qur'an.

The Fatiha / the opening (seven verses). Therefore, it is probably not part of what Allah calls Qur'an. A kind of preface. Still, it is well "tagged" by the famous Bismillah (with the verb of Allah) at the beginning to indicate that it is Allah himself who chose the words. Obviously, nowadays, Bismillah has lost its meaning.

15-87 obviously offers another dual reading. The number seven, which has the etymological meaning of "wild", may indicate an indefinite range (7 heavens, 7 gates, etc.). 15-87 could therefore translate this into a conference with several dualities of meaning, thus pointing to the several levels of conference offered parallel to the primary meaning.

15-87 obviously offers another dual reading. Allah loves to do that. The number seven, which has the etymological meaning of "wild", may indicate an indefinite range (7 heavens, 7 gates, etc.). 15-87 could therefore translate this into a conference with several dualities of meaning, thus pointing to the several levels of conference offered parallel to the primary meaning.

Basically, what the Fatiha expresses as an idea, in preface to the Qur'an, is that the reader who will open the Qur'an must pray to God to have the right interpretation and to be on the path of those who are guided, not that of those who are lost or those who encourage anger.

Leave aside the Fatiha and move on to the first verses of the Qur'an :

2:1    ALM.
2:2    That is the book, which is without doubt-a guide for the righteous.
2:3    The ones who believe in the unseen, and hold the Connection, and from Our provisions to them they spend.

The first verse is a kind of challenge. A reminder to humility.

The first intelligible words for us, for the moment, are "This is the book".

52:2    And a recorded Book.
52:3    In parchment published.

98:2    A messenger from God reciting purified scripts.

80:11    No, this is but a reminder.
80:12    For whoever wills to remember.
80:13    In scripts which are honorable.
80:14    Raised and pure.
80:15    By the hands of scribes.
80:16    Honorable and righteous.

Verse 2-2 also explains that the book is not for everyone. It is a book "without doubts" certainly, but only for those who want to take refuge near God. Either the famous sound of Sabil (same root as tap), which are attached to the flow that comes from above.

Those who do not have the twisted mind, taking the famous book in their hands, have to make the decision whether it comes from a God, a wise man, a madman. of a counterfeiter.
As stupid as it may seem, it is a decision that one takes in one's soul and conscience, by reading the book.

The "philosophical" depth of the Qur'an is proof of authenticity for the Qur'an reader. By not reading the book, we miss the point.

The Koran reinforces the almost fundamentalist love of truth. Even minority. Even lonely. Even against national unity and cultural heritage. Even taunted. Even "excommunicated", even treated of madness. How many examples with Noah, Lot, Salih, Chuaib and many others.

The enemy of Islam is obscurantism. Those who lay the lie on the truth (kafir). The great purveyor in the wrong sense explained that the "dhalimin" of the Koran, repeatedly mentioned, are the unjust ones. But this term designates darkness and opposes clarity. Injustice is a consequence of obscurantism. And those who fight injustice by being tolerant of obscurantism are allies to injustice in the eyes of the Koran. Truth and faithfulness to the word given are supreme values ​​for the Qur'an. A people tolerant with lies, who practice lies can not succeed.

7:58    And the good land, its plants are brought forth with the permission of its Lord. And for the one that is nasty, it does not bring forth except very little. It is such that We dispatch the signs for a people who are thankful.

A people who tolerate being led by people who see their commitments broken and take advantage of what is entrusted to them can not succeed.

17:16    And if We wish to annihilate a town, We leave its reckless to rule it, then they commit wickedness in it, then the word is given, then We destroy it completely.

The primacy of values ​​over the rest is an essential Qur'anic teaching. And a people who wants to pass on to a future generation the lies inherited from the previous one, in the name of a cultural identity idealized publicly and denigrated in intimacy, can not succeed.

To say the truth, or failing that which is sincerely believed, is a fight for light against obscurantism. To defend what is believed true with false arguments is to cover the true with the false. It's obscurantism.

For the author of this article, the depth of what he reads in the Koran relegates to the second place the question of its authenticity. Comment a fake can tell if true? How can a book that fervently preaches the truth and the right word perhaps a falsehood and a lie?

One of the greatest teachings of the Quran is that if it is the eyes that read, it is the mind that interprets. The same verses will be understood differently by a healthy spirit and a perverse spirit. Allah gives the book to all but the wahy (understanding, revelation) only to his followers.

The Quran is obviously about its own authenticity. The Quran reassures its followers by saying:

15:9    Indeed it is We who have sent down the reminder, and indeed it is We who will preserve it.

as if to say, "do not worry, Allah takes care of it", then address others by basing the whole argument in the form of challenges.


The contradictions to find

4:82    Do they not reflect on the Qur'an? If it was from any other than God they would have found in it many a discrepancy.

and reproducibility:
2:23    And if you are in doubt as to what We have sent down to Our servant, then bring a chapter like this, and call upon your witnesses other than God if you are truthful.

10:38    Or do they say: "He has invented it!" Say: "Then bring a chapter like it, and call on whom you can besides God if you are truthful."

11:13    Or do they say: "He has invented it!" Say: "Then bring ten invented chapters like it, and call on whom you can besides God if you are truthful."

Nowhere does the Quran recommend other methods to prove its authenticity. Neither excavations, nor the story of his compilation, nor anything else. What an intellectual challenge.

This article is extracted from the site nawat

https://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?depth=1&hl=fr&prev=search&rurl=translate.google.com&sl=en&sp=nmt4&u=https://nawaat.org/portail/author/dukhani/&xid=17259,15700023,15700186,15700190,15700256,15700259,15700262,15700265,15700271,15700283&usg=ALkJrhgIzJzICVo0uzBiT84Wee-eKSZN1w

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Peace,

Other example of "You will find me, God willing, to be patient"

18:69    He said (Moses): "You will find me, God willing, to be patient. And I will not disobey any command of yours."
18:70    He said: "If you follow me, then do not ask about anything until I mention it to you."
18:71    So they ventured forth until they rode in a boat and he made a hole in it. He said: "Have you made a hole in it to drown its people? You have done something dreadful!"
18:72    He said: "Did I not tell you that you will not be able to have patience with me?"

For Moses, this is  the future that precedes the following action : they ventured forth until they rode in a boat and he made a hole in it. Moses was not patient

In the case of Abraham's son, this is  the future that precedes the following action  : Abraham has confirmed the vision, they both had submitted, .

The clear test is the confirmation of the vision by Abraham, the patience of his son, and their submission.

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Questions/Comments on the Quran / Re: Slay the ego : verse 2:54
« on: December 09, 2019, 01:57:08 AM »
Thank you very much for your excellent inputs.

Be aware to realize the presence of God in us, the heart in peace and love. We lose the connection with the presence of God when the ego takes control over our being.

The ego collapses, when one lets go.

God bless

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Questions/Comments on the Quran / Slay the ego : verse 2:54
« on: December 08, 2019, 01:52:14 AM »
Peace,

2:54    And Moses said to his people: "O my people, you have wronged yourselves by taking the calf, so repent to your Maker, and slay yourselves / ego; that is better for you with your Maker, so He would forgive you. He is the Forgiving, the Merciful."

I translate  slay yourselves by slay your ego, the false self.


To die before dying; to slay the ego is like a little death before the death of the physical body.

Like all deaths, let the ego die is very difficult to accept and to do.

The ego misleads the right path, critic, judge, denigrate, always wants to be right, to persuade himself that he is doing well...etc

Why the ego behaves so because he is afraid of dying, he constantly struggles not to die, to let his false beliefs.

Slay our ego that is better for us.

We are not the ego.

Freedom begins when we free ourselves from the ego.




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Peace,

No comment.


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Following the article

The same, two, three, and four expressions were also used in verse 35-1 to indicate the number of angels sent as messengers at one and the same time (not numbers of angels' wings as translated, a three-winged angel !!!).

Finally, it goes without saying that it is not up to each Muslim to marry disadvantaged in batches. The use of the plural indicates that many Muslims can contribute together to organize batch marriages.

The word ZAWJ means both husband and couple. Every day, they say zawj to mean two. So much stupidity is crying with laughter.
ZAWJ is structurally, linguistically, etymologically totally antinomic with polygamy.

In the verse 4:20


And if you want to substitute one woman with another and you have given a large quantity to one of them, do not get anything out of it. Will you take it by lying when it is clearly a sin?

The important word here is "substitute". It does not add or transfer from one wife to another. The Koran banned polygamy and demanded the regularization of old situations.

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Peace,


Quote from this site : https://nawaat.org/portail/2012/12/23/ibadat-el-chouyoukhs-8-polygamie-et-esclavage-chez-les-islamisto-paiens/

4:3    And if you fear that you cannot be equitable to the orphans, then you may marry / marry /get married ankihoo  those who are agreeable to you / taba /willingly for you of the women: by two, and by three, and by four. But if you fear you will not be fair, then only one, or whom you are committed to by your oath / or help a concubine get married. This is best that you do not face financial hardship / it's better than social injustice.


Never, therefore, was there any question of polygamy or slavery in this verse. Absolutely nothing to do except for those who want to reinstate their old pagan practices in Islam. It was only a question of helping, in the absence of orphans, women in need to marry and to found a family, or, failing that, to help a concubine to regain a more dignified social status.

Finally, the word TABA as well as the expression "charity as a dowry" from verse 4-4 concludes the debate for the 100% "charity" context of the so-called polygamy verse.

The two, three, or four expressions have been "transformed" into two, three, and four. Without going into linguistic details, the expression mouthanna was used in verse 34-46 to mean that one must think about God by two or individually.

Verse 4-3 requires some additional comments.

The author of the article translated ANKIHOU by getting married and not marrying you.

Even traditional translation has thus translated into verse 24-32 where the demand of "ANKIHOU" the singles and the servants. The same word is used in 28-27 by the future father-in-law of Moses who expresses his desire to marry one of his daughters.

24:32    And marry / get married / waankihoo off those among you that are single, and the good from among your male and female servants. If they are poor, then God will grant them from His grace. And God is Encompassing, Knowledgeable.

The author of the article does not invent anything and the form "ANKAHA", imperative, was never used by the Koran to give a "marry-you" type order. It's that the hardcore bachelor has rights too.


28:27    He said: "I wish you to marry you / get you married / onkihaka one of my two daughters, on condition that you work for me through eight pilgrimage periods; if you complete them to ten, it will be voluntary on your part. I do not wish to make this matter too difficult for you. You will find me, God willing, of the righteous."

This is an interesting article to read.

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