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Miracles of Prophet Muhammad Part 2 FOOD MULTIPLICATION

The Miracle in Wedding Dinner.

A SMALL AMOUNT OF FOOD FED 300 PEOPLE.

Anas b. Malik narrates:

During the feast on the occasion of the Prophet’s (PBUH) marriage to Zaynab bint Jahsh, my mother, Umm Sulaym said to me:

“O Anas! The prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is going to marry today. I think they do not have any food. Bring that oil here!” I brought it. My mum prepared a dish called hays by mixing pure Madinah dates only enough for the apostle of Allah and his wife with oil in an earthenware pot.

“O Anas! Take this dish to the Apostle of Allah and say to Him: ‘My mum has sent this to you. She is sending her kindest regards to you. Say to the apostle of Allah that this is a small and insufficient gift from us for you”.

I took it to the apostle of Allah and said:

“My mum is sending her kindest regards to you. This is a small and insufficient gift from us for you” Read more of this post

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The Glorious Quran’s Moral Code: (100s of them)

From:

http://www.answering-christianity.com/quran_moral_code.htm


With Allah Almighty’s Grace, Mercy and Will, I have gone through the entire Glorious Quran, Word for Word and Verse for Verse, and came up with the list of the Moral Law and Code in our Holy Book.  All Praise and Glory and Thanks are due to Allah Almighty Alone!  The table below can also be used as a Topic Search on the Glorious Quran.  To do word searches on this page, press the “CONTROL” and “F” keys, and type in your topic. 

  • For example, you can search for “bribery” or “bullying”.  Simple word searches won’t find the Noble Verses that contain these topics.  But the table below will.

  • The following are the “Do” and “Do not do” Commands that Muslims are obligated to live by, in the Glorious Quran.  You can also use this website’s www.QuranSearch.com to verify all of the Noble Verses, below.
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    Quran 8:61 – 75 Battle Of Badr – refuting claim sura 8:65

    Background

    These verses refer to the battle of Badr (624 AD) and those who migrated to Madinah, fleeing persecution.

    Analysing Verses

    8:61 And if they incline to peace, then incline to it [also] and rely upon Allah. Indeed, it is He who is the Hearing, the Knowing.

    8:65 O Prophet, urge the believers to battle. If there are among you twenty [who are] steadfast, they will overcome two hundred. And if there are among you one hundred [who are] steadfast, they will overcome a thousand of those who have disbelieved because they are a people who do not understand.

    8:66 Now, Allah has lightened [the hardship] for you, and He knows that among you is weakness. So if there are from you one hundred [who are] steadfast, they will overcome two hundred. And if there are among you a thousand, they will overcome two thousand by permission of Allah. And Allah is with the steadfast.

    8:67 It is not for a prophet to have captives [of war] until he inflicts a massacre [upon Allah’s enemies] in the land. Some Muslims desire the commodities of this world, but Allah desires [for you] the Hereafter. And Allah is Exalted in Might and Wise.

    8:68 If not for a decree from Allah that preceded, you would have been touched for what you took by a great punishment.

    8:69 So consume what you have taken of war booty [as being] lawful and good, and fear Allah. Indeed, Allah is Forgiving and Merciful. Read more of this post

    Who was the First Muslim in the Quran? No Contradiction/Error!

    The Critics allege a contradiction against the Quran and ask; who was the first Muslim?

    Secular critics such as the sceptics use this claim as well as Christians though I would imagine it was borne out of the Christian camp; it is used in evangelical Christian work such as GJO Moshay’s evangelism [1].

    The critics point to two references from the Quran, 6:14 and 6:161-163, and claim these references show Muhammad as the first Muslim and then the critics turns their attention to another verse of the Quran (7;143) concerning Moses being the first of the believers. Just to further their agenda they may also highlight other Quranic references indicating there were Muslims before Muhammed (pbuh) and Moses namely the first man Adam (S. 2:30, 34-35, 37) and Abraham as well as other Prophets (S. 4:163, S. 6:84) as believers. However they mainly use the Quranic verse about Moses (7:143) and try to put it along side the two concerning Muhammed (6:14 and 6:163) and they then allege contradiction/error


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    How did Previous Scriptures alter if God says His Words cannot be Changed?

    Without pondering upon all the verses of the Qur’an, it is impossible to understand it correctly. Furthermore, this understanding can only be granted if God wishes. This fact has been revealed in the following verse:

     “It is such that We clarify the Revelations to a people who think.” (Qur’an 10:24)

    This means, people who do not think over the Qur’an’s verses, cannot grasp it correctly.

    Having true faith in God is also an essential prerequisite to understand the Qur’an correctly:

    “When you recite the Qur’an, We place an obscuring veil between you and those who do not believe in the hereafter. And we have placed coverings over their hearts, preventing them from understand it, and a heaviness in their ears. And if you mention your Lord alone in the Qur’an, they turn their backs and run away.” (Qur’an 17:45) Read more of this post

    Why Did the Religious Leaders Want to Kill Jesus?

    FOR KNOWLEDGE


    The New Testament records that the religious leaders hated Jesus to the point that they arrested Him, tried Him, and brought Him to Pilate for a sentence of death. What made them so angry at Jesus that they wanted to see Him dead?

    There Are Many Reasons They Wanted Jesus Dead

    There were a number of things about Jesus that infuriated the religious leaders. These included.

    1. The claims that He made.
    2. The deeds that He did.
    3. His threat to their religious system.
    4. His threat to their way of life.
    5. The people with whom He socialized.
    6. The lack of respect He had for their religious traditions.

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    Quran Preservation & Compilation -4 (under ‘Uthman)

    This article I made for my reference against ISLAMOPHOBES who keep attacking by saying “Uthman burned Al-Qur’an becasue of Mistakes and contradictions”.


    We have actually seen in earlier posts of this series that Qur’an was put into written record during the lifetime of the Holy Prophet –may Allah bless him- but it was scattered. During the time of Abu Bakr –may Allah be pleased with him- the circumstances demanded for making an official copy of the Qur’anic text which was done by a committee headed by Zaid bin Thabit –may Allah be pleased with him. Today we discuss the the steps taken by ‘Uthman in this regard.

    The background:

    The manuscripts prepared under Abu Bakr –may Allah be pleased with him- remained in his custody as long as he lived. After his death they were kept with ‘Umar –may Allah be pleased with him- and when he was martyred they went to Hafsa –may Allah be pleased with her- who was not only the daughter of ‘Umar but also the widow of the Holy Prophet –may Allah bless him.

    During the rule of ‘Uthman Muslim conquests reached regions like Armenia and Azerbijan. So with Islam reaching many non-Arab nations the differences in recitation of the Qur’an got manifest. Following report says about it; Read more of this post

    Bible: Child Marriage in Ancient Israelite times – Paedophilia?

    by  • SEPTEMBER 14, 2013

    In Biblical times people were married at a very young age. Girls were usually betrothed before they reached puberty – majority of the time the marriage would have consummated when the girl reached puberty, and that was usually between the ages of 8, 9 or older,(Note: when a girl reached puberty prior to the 20th century, she was considered to be an adult in most cultures/societies). In this article I will mostly quote Scholarly sources to prove that marriage in ancient Israelite times took place at a very young age, sometimes the girls who were married off were pre-pubescent. There was no law against a pre-pubescent girl being married off. Actually as you will read further, you will come to realise that the Mishnah gave approval for a Man to have intercourse to a betrothed girl, any-time after the age of three years old.

    Related Articles:
    12 year old Mary’s marriage with 90 year old Joseph the Carpenter
    Bible sanctions pre-pubescent marriages (child marriage)
    Age of Consent in European & American History

    Isaac’s wife was Rebecca, mother of Jacob, and Esua. According to calculations made by Rabbi Solomon Itzhaki (A.K.A. Rashi a well-known respected Jewish Scholar), Rebecca was three years old when she married Isaac. Read more of this post

    Age of Consent in European & American History

    by  • SEPTEMBER 9, 2013

    What was the ‘Age of Consent’ in European and American history, prior to the 20th century? In this article, I shall bring forth evidences which demonstrate that the ‘Age of consent’ was indeed, very young, even by today’s standards. I will provide academic sources which show that girls were allowed to be married at the age of 10 years old and sometimes times, as young as 7 years old, legally. It was norm just over 100 years ago to see girls being married off at very young ages. In most cultures, the marriage would have been consummated at the onset of puberty.

    1. Professor of history Margaret Wade Labarge

    “It needs to be remembered that many Medieval widows were not old, Important heiresses were often married between the ages of 5 and 10 and might find themselves widowed while still in their teens.” [1]

    2. Professor Richard Wortley and Professor Stephen Smallbone, both of whom state that prior to the 1900s girls married very young, Read more of this post

    X RATED (PORN) STORY IN BIBLE (TALKING ABOUT BREAST)

    Your two BREASTS are like two fawns, twins of a gazelle, that feed among the lilies.

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