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Re: Symmetric Book Noble Quran by Prof. Ayedmir
« Reply #10 on: December 13, 2017, 12:10:10 AM »

Noon, what is this liquid stain?



Text fading, and liquid stains.



Text fading, and liquid stains.

36:82   His command, when He wants anything, is to say to it: "Be,' and it is.
36:83   Therefore, praise be to the One in whose Hand is the sovereignty of all things, and to Him you will be returned.

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Re: Symmetric Book Noble Quran by Prof. Ayedmir
« Reply #11 on: December 13, 2017, 09:47:18 AM »
Noon, what is this liquid stain?

I can read neither does it trouble and suffices me.

2:2 ذلك such الكتب the book لا not رىب doubt فىه in it هدى guidance للمتقىن for the righteous


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Re: Symmetric Book Noble Quran by Prof. Ayedmir
« Reply #12 on: December 18, 2017, 03:25:14 AM »
no cannot stand numerologists or trolls pretending to be believers.



I don't think Mist is a troll.



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likewise in context obviously the word 15:24 المستقدمىن the ones prior



peace, you've not looked into it "symmetry" is simpleton numerology with numerous combinations.


That would make accounting numerology also.

PS: What if the old manuscript actually had the wrong word, but the  Book we have showed the correct one? Do we go back to changing the correct to that wrong word? The ultimate answer to understanding the words lies in practical tests and the fact that God is merciful.
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Re: Symmetric Book Noble Quran by Prof. Ayedmir
« Reply #13 on: December 18, 2017, 03:22:55 PM »
That would make accounting numerology also.

No perhaps "cooked accounting" or fudging books committing fraud.

PS: What if the old manuscript actually had the wrong word, but the  Book we have showed the correct one? Do we go back to changing the correct to that wrong word? The ultimate answer to understanding the words lies in practical tests and the fact that God is merciful.

Please show example of word wrong in old manuscript and correct in new?

Itís actually other way around the old books can be used to confirm new e.g.

Partial taping on kalala in one early muṣḥaf: https://iqsaweb.wordpress.com/2013/07/01/kalala/

View above here: http://corpuscoranicum.de/handschriften/index/sure/4/vers/176?handschrift=170

Likewise the word الكلله confirmed in another manuscript:



Peace!