1000+ Claims in the Quran - Invalid Unless Proven,  Surah 10

 

Surah 10 : Yunus (Jonah)

(Mecca, 621 AD)

 

001 "In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful". Please read the surahs from Medina, the immoral parts of the Muslim moral code, the unjust/immoral parts of sharia, and the Quran's rules for lying, thieving/looting, enslaving, raids and wars, plus the rules for treatment of girls and women - free and captives - and see if you agree. Always when there is a distance between words and corresponding demands and deeds, etc., we personally believe in the demands and deeds, etc.. Glorious words are cheap, demands and deeds, and moral codes, etc. are reliable. Glorifying words and claims are too cheap for anyone to use and disuse - when you read, judge from realities, not from propaganda.

#002 10/1c: “- - - the Book (the Quran*) of Wisdom.” With that many mistaken facts, it is not a book of wisdom - and when there are many mistakes you see, how many others are there? - it is difficult to trust the rest of the text, too.

Take a look at all the errors, contradictions, cases of invalid logic, etc. from the Quran listed in www.1000mistakes.com, Book A, and you get a good laugh from the quoted claim.

003 10/2a: "Is it a matter of wonderment to man that We (Allah*) have sent our inspiration to a man from among themselves?" Many were skeptical and perhaps with a reason, to that Muhammad - a local citizen - suddenly and without any proof claimed to be a prophet.

#004 10/2c: "- - - inspiration - - -". This word is nowhere mentioned in the Bible in connection with information from the god to a prophet. The Bible clearly states that such contacts were made by dreams, vision or direct contact. Muhammad, however, claimed both that he got much of his messages from Allah via "inspiration" and that this was a normal way for the earlier prophets, included the Biblical ones, to get such messages. Inspiration is a normal part of human intellectual life, and the Quran never tells how Muhammad in case saw the difference between his own inspirations and the ones claimed to be from Allah. "Inspiration" also is ever so easy to fake - and never mentioned for such use in the Bible.

005 10/2d: "- - - he (Muhammad*) should warn mankind - - -". The problem is that even though he started as a warner, after he gained power after 622 AD he also became an enforcer.

006 10/3b: "Verily your (peoples'*) Lord is Allah - - -". If he exists. If he is a major god. And if he is correctly described in the Quran.

007 10/3g: "- - - (Allah*) is firmly established on the throne (of authority) - - -". Similar is often claimed, but never proved. Claims are very cheap, especially for a man even Islam admits did not respect truth very much if untruth or broken words gave a better result.

008 10/3h: "- - - (Allah is*) regulating and governing all things". See 10/3d just above. If there had been even one single proved case of Allah regulating anything at all throughout the times, Muslims had screamed about it.

009 10/3i: "No intercessor (can plead with Him (Allah*)) except after his leave hath been obtained)". One more never proved claim - and a claim in strict contradiction with the Bible and Yahweh.

010 10/3j: "This is your (Muslims'*) Lord - - -". Well, that at least is what the Quran claims, though never proves - but the Quran is so full of mistakes, contradictions, etc., that it is very unreliable, and this even more so when you remember the moral quality of the man who told it.

011 10/3k: "- - - Him (Allah*) therefore serve ye - - -". The word "therefore" here shows to not proved claims - and from a man with proved (by Islam - al-Taqiyya, Kitman, "break even your oaths", and betrayals) low morality.

012 10/3l: "- - - will ye (Muslims/humans*) not receive admonition?" Sure - but preferably from a reliable source.

013 10/4a: "To Him (Allah*) will be your return (at the Day of Doom*) - all of you". Often claimed, never documented. An easy claim for any religion as long as demands for proofs can be evaded.

014 10/4d: "It is He (Allah*) who beginneth the process of Creation - - -". Frequently claimed in the Quran, but Muhammad never was able to show that Allah could create anything at all, not once. There only are words and claims. Also see 21/56c below.

015 10/4j: "- - - those who reject Him (Allah*) will have draughts of boiling fluid (for drinking*), and a Penalty grievous - - -.” Hell is no Paradise – and Allah a strict god. If he exists and is a god.

#016 10/5a: “It is He (Allah*) who made the sun - - -". The Quran often claims that Allah created this and that - but it never proves anything. Claims are cheap and easy and can be made by anyone.

#017 10/5b: “It is He (Allah*) who made the sun to be a shining glory - - - (Thus) doth He explain His Signs in detail, for those who understand (a little flattery of the believers*)”. Those who understand know that the sun is a shining glory because of radioactive activity inside it - a fact Muhammad did not know. If Islam insists it is Allah who causes it - not just a god, but Allah - they will have to prove it, not just use megalomaniac, but lose statements. Added flattery often gives good effect for cheap money when talking to uneducated, naive listeners. But an unproved claim still is unproved claim - and an unreliable "explanation" for Muhammad's followers.

BUT THE MOST CENTRAL POINT HERE IS THAT THE QURAN CONFIRMS THAT THE THINGS ARE EXPLAINED IN DETAIL = TO BE UNDERSTOOD LITERALLY. THIS DOCUMENTS THAT WHEN ISLAM AND MUSLIMS CLAIM THAT ERRORS, CONTRADICTIONS, ETC. AND OTHER BAD POINTS DO NOT MEAN WHAT THE TEXTS SAY, BUT ARE ALLEGORIES OR SOMETHING, SUCH CLAIMS AND EXPLAINING AWAY ARE WRONG. BESIDES: WHO CAN EXPLAIN BETTER THAN AN OMNISCIENT GOD?

018 10/5c: “It is He (Allah*) who made - - - the moon to be a light (of beauty) - - - that ye (Muslims/humans*) might know the number of years and the count (of time)". If anyone is naive enough to believe this is why the moon was created, just let him believe so.

019 10/5d: “It is He (Allah*) who made - - - the moon to be a light (of beauty) - - - (Thus) doth He explain His Signs in detail, for those who understand”. In this case those who understand, understand that it is the sun which makes the moon shine (beautifully or not), as the moon is no light (it only reflects sunlight). If Allah - or any god - is involved, it has never been proved. But it is a nice thing for any priest of any religion to claim responsibility for on behalf of his religion, of course. That is to say: As long as you do not have to prove it. Muhammad also knew the value of flattery. Also beware of another thing here: You will meet the claim that the Quran one or two places tell the moon shine with reflected light. But not one single place in the whole Quran will you find an Arab word that means "reflected" or something similar. The claim simply is an "al-Taqiyya"- a lawful lie - to defend the religion and claim that it knew that moonlight was reflected sunshine. An easy bluff as most people does not know enough Arab to see that it is a bluff.

BUT THE MOST CENTRAL POINT HERE IS THAT THE QURAN CONFIRMS THAT THE THINGS ARE EXPLAINED IN DETAIL = TO BE UNDERSTOOD LITERALLY. THIS DOCUMENTS THAT WHEN ISLAM AND MUSLIMS CLAIM THAT ERRORS, CONTRADICTIONS, ETC. AND OTHER BAD POINTS DO NOT MEAN WHAT THE TEXTS SAY, BUT ARE ALLEGORIES OR SOMETHING, SUCH CLAIMS AND EXPLAINING AWAY ARE WRONG. BESIDES: WHO CAN EXPLAIN BETTER THAN AN OMNISCIENT GOD?

020 10/5h: "- - - righteousness - - -". See 2/2b above. Also beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

021 10/6b: "The alteration of the Night and the Day - - - are Signs - - -". This alteration is a natural result of that Earth is spinning in the sunshine. Muhammad often took natural phenomena and told they were signs - which are "Quran-speak" for proof - for Allah. Not one of them - included this one - has any value as a proof, until Islam first proves that it really was Allah who made the natural phenomena. After all a proof is one or more proved facts which can give only one logical conclusion.

022 10/6c: “- - - in all that Allah has created - - - are Signs for those who fear Him”. First Muhammad and Islam have to prove Allah has created anything at all - there is till now not one single proof for his creation of even a virus, or an atom - even if Muhammad got the question several times. He only had fast talk and childlike boasting (“if Allah willed - - -”) for an answer - the Quran only offers loose claims.

023 10/6f: “- - - in the (creation or existence of*) the earth - - - are Signs for those who fear Him.” Even when it comes to a thing as close as Earth, Muhammad - and Islam - was and is unable to produce any proofs - only big, cheap claims.

There are 7 (flat) Earths (65/12) according to the Quran + 7 heavens.

024 10/9b: “Those who believe, and work righteousness (included fighting in wars, stealing, raping, and killing*) – their Lord (Allah*) will guide them because of their Faith: beneath them will flow rivers in Gardens of bliss.” The paradise of a primitive warrior from the hot desert - most boring in the long run to say the least of it. Has an omniscient, omnipotent god nothing better to offer? A curiosum: According to Hadiths 2 of "our" rivers - the Nile and the Euphrates - start in Heaven/Paradise.

025 10/9d: "- - -(Allah*) will guide them (Muslims*) - - -". There is not much guidance in a guidebook as full of mistakes as the Quran is.

026 10/9f: "- - - Gardens of Bliss." One of the Quran's names for Paradise. The Quran describes Paradise like the dream of a poor, naive warrior in a hot desert about the life of a rich king on Earth: Good food and drinks, exquisite clothes and flat/house, luxury, cool shades, rivers, a harem, and not much more except that Allah is not too far off. A very boring "life" in the long run. (Little is said about "life" in Paradise for women or for children. What counts in the Quran is the man - the warrior). Also see separate chapter in "1000+ Mistakes in the Quran".

For comparison: The Bible tells that you become "like an angel" in its Paradise. The same god? - at least very far from the same paradise.

027 10/10a: "- - - Allah, the Cherisher and Sustainer of the Worlds (plural and wrong*) - - -". Similar claims many places in the Quran, but never a proof - only claims".028 10/11a: This seemingly obscure verse simply is one of the many explanations the Quran has for why non-Muslims often have a better life than Muslims: God in his unfathomable wisdom for some reason have decided it like this, but is going to punish them in the claimed next life.

029 10/12a: "When trouble toucheth a man, he crieth (prays loudly*) unto Us (Allah*) - - -. But when We (Allah*) have solved his trouble - - -". How is it possible to explain that Allah "solves trouble" because of prayers, when the Quran many places makes it 100% clear that Allah has predestine every detail of what happens on Earth according to his Plan, and that nothing and no-one, and thus no prayer from anyone, can change anything in that Plan? + that there in the entire world never was one single proved case of Allah helping anyone at all? (Guess if Islam had told about it if even one such case had happened!!)

030 10/12b: "Thus do the deeds of the transgressors seem fair in their (non-Muslims'*) eyes". Comment to this in (YA1400): "Those without Faith (= non-Muslims*) are selfish - - - (and) - - - They do not see their own faults." Clear distinctions from Muslims - selfish and no good.

But: Please read the Quran, and you will see the selfishness on behalf of the Muslims and even more on behalf of Muhammad MANY places - f.x. the permission to steal, rob, rape, take slaves "lawful and good", without the slightest bit of caring for the victims.

One of the many curiosa in this connection is why f.x. slavery abolishment came from Europe and later USA? Another why most of the NGO help organizations originated in the so-called West with few Muslims? Or in more modern times: The Tsunami in Asia - was it the good Muslims or the selfish non-Muslims who did the heavy tasks and who financed the better part of it? Small Norway (then 4.7 million inhabitants) gave some 210 - 220 million US dollars in the first phase, from mainly Christians to mainly Muslims (except for Sri Lanka most places who asked for large scale help, were Muslim areas). How much did the super rich of the Gulf States give until international opinion forced them to give more? - from Muslims to Muslims. Find your own examples and draw your own conclusion of whether YA are honest when he teaches that Muslims are unselfish and non-Muslims selfish. But of course many Muslims believe such things when they are told so - true or not true. An extra tit-bit which surfaced in Scandinavia in 2010 AD: People doing the foot-work during large actions to collect money for NGO help and relief organizations, divulged that when they came to doors with Muslim names, mostly they were given little or nothing.

Well, correct shall be correct: Muslim help and relief organizations, etc. used to help Muslims mainly, but international information tells that in later years they to a larger degree have helped also non-Muslims. There is a long way to go to catch up with non-Muslim help and relief organizations, but at least it is measurably better than before.

031 10/12c: "Thus does the deeds of the transgressors seem fair in their (non-Muslims'*) eyes". Comment to this in (YA1400): "Those without Faith (= non-Muslims*) are selfish - - - (and) - - - They do not see their own faults." Muslims "forget" that this also goes for them: This may also be the reason why Muslims - often very honestly - are unable to see f.x. the horrors in their war religion, or the immoral - often highly immoral - sides of their moral code, etc. They have so often been told that this and this is just and right and glorious, that it simply feels right for them. And when then Islam has no moral philosophy - thinking - they also never learn to think over such things over.

Also: Please read the Quran, and you will see the selfishness on behalf of the Muslims and even more on behalf of Muhammad MANY places - f.x. the permission to steal, rob, rape, take slaves "lawful and good", without the slightest bit of caring for the victims.

032 10/13a: “Generations before you (non-Muslims*) We (Allah*) destroyed when they did wrong - - -”. Obey Allah (and Muhammad) or die - and many did die before you. At least that is what the Quran tells. (The background here was the ruins in the area and the folklore tales about former tribes - Muhammad claimed they all were killed because of sins against Allah. Science points to different other possible reasons for their disappearance in a harsh and war-like area.)

033 10/14a: "Then We (Allah*) made you heirs in the land after them - - -". In and around Arabia there were remains from earlier habitations - plus old tales and legends about earlier tribes and people. Muhammad claimed they all had been exterminated for sins by Allah - if Yahweh could be hard sometimes in OT, he was an amateur compared to Allah - and that his time's Arab were their inheritors - by the grace of Allah.

034 10/14b: "- - - to see how ye (Arabs*) would behave". Where is the logic here if Allah predestines everything, like the Quran states many places? - not to mention if Allah is fully clairvoyant and knows everything also in the future (because he predestined it?)!

035 10/15d: "- - - but what is revealed unto me (Muhammad*) - - -". That is just the question: Is it revealed? It is clear it is not revealed from a god, as no god makes so many mistakes, contradictions, etc. But it also is unlikely that dark forces would produce a book with so much wrong - he/it/they had to know that sooner or later it would be found out and followers disappear. This even though the at many point horrible moral and ethical codes can make one think in this direction. Then there is illness - modern medicine believes that Temporal Lobe Epilepsy (TLE) explains Muhammad's possible experiences. In that case Muhammad may at least partly have believed in the stories himself - at least in the beginning. And finally there is the possibility: It is made up by a man/men in Arabia - all the mistakes and stories which are in accordance with correct or wrong knowledge in that area at that time, hints at this solution.

As for dark forces there is one possible explanation if it is they who have made such a sorry quality book: That the god only has permitted them to make such a trick for luring more humans to Hell, if the book contained so many mistakes, etc., that humans with a little brain easily should see the trap - f.x. if the god did not want the too stupid or naive or egocentric ones into his Paradise.

036 10/17d: "But never will prosper those who sin". But what is the correct definition of a sin? As the Quran very obviously is form no god, and as it as obviously is unable to see the difference between sins and not sins - its definitions at points are very obviously wrong - where do one find a correct definition of sin contra not sin? Some proposals:

1: If there is a god: Sins against him is to believe in another god, to deny the real god, and to break the real god's rules, moral codes, etc.

2: Sins towards humanity: To destroy or reduce the quality of our habitat and conditions of life.

3: Sins against humans: Not to live according to "Do to others like you want others do to you".(No religion of war lives or teaches in accordance with this.)

4: Sins against other living beings: Hurt or kill them without a good reason (f.x. for food, and then without unnecessary pain). Not to help them if they are in pain or danger.

5: Sin against nature: Destroy or reduce its quality.

How many of these points does Islam satisfy? - especially beware of point 1, as no god would deliver a "holy book" of a quality like the Quran and all its mistakes, contradictions, unclear language, etc.

037 10/18c: "- - - hurt them (people*) not nor profit them - - -". But this also goes for Allah: In all history and 1400 real years exactly as this is written in 2010 AD, there never was one single proved incident or deed clearly done by Allah - for good or bad. Not one. Jesus had proofs, both according to the Quran and to the Bible. Muhammad only had words that cost zero - and is worth the same, especially coming from a man believing in al-Taqiyya (lawful lies), Kitman (lawful half-truths), broken oaths - and on top had all his future sins forgiven (the last according to Hadiths).

As for forgiving from Allah: See 2/187d above.

038 10/18e: "And far is He (Allah*) above partners they (humans*) ascribe (to Him (Allah*))". Not unless he exists. Not to mention if he exists not, but another - f.x. Yahweh - does. And is he above or below if there exists another god, and if Allah turns out to be from the dark forces?

039 10/18f: "- - - the partners they (non-Muslims*) ascribe (to Him (Allah*))". See 2/255a and 2/272b above. Also remember that partners can be ascribed - ascribed - to a made up god.

040 10/19b: "Had it not been for a Word that went forth before from thy Lord, their differences would have been settled between them (our distant ancestors*)". An obscure sentence, but it tells that Allah wanted disagreement among humans. A nice god?

041 10/20a: “Why is not a Sign sent down to him (Muhammad*)”. Well, that really is a question. Friends and foes often asked for proofs - Muhammad only had fast words and sometimes lies to give them.

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###############042 10/20d: "The Unseen is only for Allah to know - - -". This is another proof in the Quran for that Muhammad was no real prophet: Muhammad was unable to see the unseen, included the future - that only Allah is able to it says here - and he thus was unable to make prophesies = no prophet. (We remind you that the original title of a prophet was "a seer" - one able to see the unseen (f.x. 1. Sam. 9/9).

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043 10/21d: "Our (Allah's*) messengers record all the plots ye (non-Muslims*) make!.

Untrue for the simple reason that it is impossible - at best they can record the ones they get to know about. How much of things and hidden deeds did f.x. Muhammad report? - only bits and pieces, and much of that was suspicions, not real knowledge.

 

044 10/22a: "It is He (Allah*) who enableth you to traverse (travel*) through land and sea - - -". No comments - and none should be necessary..

045 10/23a: "- - - in defiance of right". Beware that when the Quran uses words like "right" it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

046 10/23b: "- - - in the end (at the Day of Doom*), to Us (Allah*) is your (human's*) return". If Allah exists. If he is a major god. And if he is correctly described in the Quran.

047 10/23c: "- - - We (Allah*) shall show you (human*) the truth of all that ye did". Only possible if Allah exists and is a god, none of which is proved - there only exist claims and fast-talk for it.

048 10/24a: "- - - the rain which We (Allah*) send down from the sky - - -". Muhammad often uses natural phenomena for glorification and/or "proof" for his god - he never proved that it really was Allah who caused those phenomena, just like any believer in any religion claimed it was done by his god. Easy. In this case it means a lot of work for Allah, as the Quran another place tells he breaks the clouds to pieces to make the raindrops (the opposite of what really happens).

But as he never proves it is he who in reality sends the rain, it may as well be another god - many priests in many religions as said claim the same honor for their god(s). An easy and cheap claim as long as one flees from all requests for proofs. (And maybe it is done by nature?)

049 10/24d: "Thus do We (Allah*) explain the Signs in detail - - -". If Allah explains in detail, how then can humans/Muslims explain things better or "explain what Allah really means" f.x. when facts or logic or something is wrong in the Quran?

THE MOST CENTRAL POINT HERE IS THAT THE QURAN CONFIRMS THAT THE THINGS ARE EXPLAINED IN DETAIL = TO BE UNDERSTOOD LITERALLY. THIS DOCUMENTS THAT WHEN ISLAM AND MUSLIMS CLAIM THAT ERRORS, CONTRADICTIONS, ETC. AND OTHER BAD POINTS DO NOT MEAN WHAT THE TEXTS SAY, BUT ARE ALLEGORIES OR SOMETHING, SUCH CLAIMS AND EXPLAINING AWAY ARE WRONG. BESIDES: WHO CAN EXPLAIN BETTER THAN AN OMNISCIENT GOD?

050 10/25a: "- - - the Home of Peace". = Paradise. The fact that one of the nice things in Paradise also for Muslims was that there was peace, shows that fundamentally that was what also most Arabs preferred.

118 10/25b: "He (Allah*) doth guide whom He pleaseth to a Way that is straight (= direction Heaven*)". It is Allah who decides ("whom He pleaseth"), not you (in Hadiths it even is made clear that Allah decides whether you are to end in Hell or Heaven before you are born, and there is nothing you can do about that decision). A bit different from NT to say the least of it: Yahweh wants everybody to Paradise - you have to be a sinner by your own merit and from real free will, and not honestly regretting your sins, to be closed out. The same god? Hardly. Or Nyet!

051 10/25d: "- - - a Way that is straight". It there a symbolism in that Muhammad himself slaloms, the way to his Paradise is claimed to be "straight" = the easy way, and Jesus talks about the narrow road = more difficult? The populist versus the reality?

052 10/26a: "To those who do right is a goodly (reward) - - -" - especially if you have gone on raid or to war for Muhammad - or his successors. Because battles give more merit than anything else in Heaven, in the "religion of peace".

053 10/26d: "- - - they (good Muslims*) will abide therein (in Paradise*) (for aye)!". But 11/108c may indicate it is not quite forever.

054 10/27a: “But those who earned evil will have a reward of like evil - - -“. Muhammad, his men and his successors did enormously much evil – stealing/robbing, raping, enslaving, destroying places and lives and lands and cultures, extorting, terrorizing, torturing, murdering, inciting to dislike, hate and war and mass killings and suppression of other humans – only that it was claimed sanctioned by a benevolent god, according to Muhammad, though a god who in case neither was omniscient, nor omnipotent. (He f.x. had to explain away all questions for proofs or miracles – sometimes with obviously logically invalid claims.) Compare f.x. the Quran's ethical and moral codes with the basis for all inter-human moral: "Do onto others like you want others do onto you". And at the same time compare Islam's and Muslims behavior through history with this. It will take quite a lot to give them “a reward of like evil.”

055 10/27d: "- - - they will abide therein (in Hell*) (for aye)!" Actually there are some verses in the Quran which may indicate that Hell is not quite forever - at least not for Muslims who all the same have ended in Hell (6/128c, 11/107b, 43/74b-c, 78/23, plus some Hadiths). One other verse (11/108c) may hint that the same goes for Paradise (Muslims explain that this in case means that the inmates of Paradise will be transferred to an even better place, but this is not said in the Quran.

056 10/29a: The made up gods claim (see 10/28c just above) they are not guilty in the unbelief in Allah they have been involuntary parts of. Nothing similar in the Bible - one more indication for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

057 10/29b: "Enough is Allah for a witness - - -". Only if he exists - and not if he in case is from the dark forces, like much of the Quran indicates, if he exists.

058 10/30a: "- - - the deeds it (the soul/person*) sent before - - -". All the deeds - good and bad - you have done during your life on Earth. Deeds which at the Day of Doom will decide if you go to Heaven or Hell. Only beware that Islam's thoughts about what is just and what is unjust often are peculiar.

A contradicting point is that according to Hadiths, Allah predestined whether you are to end in Paradise or Hell already 5 months before you are born. Explain this contradiction if you are able to.

059 10/30b: "- - - they (every soul*) will be brought back to Allah - - -". This only may be true if Allah exists, is a central god, and is correctly described in the Quran.

060 10/30c: "- - - they (every soul*) will be brought back to Allah - - -". Comment A18/48: "I.e., will be brought back to the realization of Allah's oneness, uniqueness and almightiness - the instinctive cognition which has been implanted in human nature as such". As Islam has no proofs or even clear indications at all for the existence of a top god named Allah or for Muhammad's connection to a god, you rather frequently will meet claims like this about instinctive knowledge, etc. about Allah/a god. Science has found no traces from such knowledge (actually man has few if any intellectual instincts). Neither has Islam - claims, yes - documentation, no. (Science has found longing for a god in a minor part of humans - some few (5 - 10?) percents - but a longing or a need for something strong to lean to, is something very different from knowledge of a god, and as said only in a minor group of man).

The claim is scientific dishonesty and gobbledygook and not even that. But it tells something that Islam and its Muslims have to stoop to dishonest "arguments" like this.

061 10/30e: "- - - their (non-Muslims'*) invented falsehoods (false gods*) will leave them in the lurch". But as the Quran is not from a god - far too much is wrong - where does this fact leave the Muslims?

#062 10/30f: "- - - their (non-Muslims'*) invented falsehoods (false gods*) will leave them in the lurch". This only is "invented falsehood" if it really is invented. There f.x. is a reasonable chance that Yahweh exists, and Jesus is a historical fact (he f.x. is mentioned by the renown Jewish writer of contemporary history, Josephus Flavius, and by Tacitus, Suetonius, and Plinius the younger - just mentioned, but mentioned). (A small curiosity here: There exists no real proof for that Muhammad really has lived. A few scientists honestly believe he is an invention.)

063 10/31a: Some natural phenomena (dis)used as "signs" for Allah without proving Allah is behind the phenomena - like Islam often does. See 10/6b+c above.

064 10/31b: "(Allah*) brings out the living from the dead - - -". This is one of the interesting claims, as the Quran frequently repeats it, but there never was a proof - only words, and words are very cheap. Whereas Yahweh/Jesus proved their power over death according to both the Quran (5/110)and the Bible (f.x. 1. Kings 17/22, 2. Kings 4/34-35, Matt. 9/25 and 27/52, Luke 7/15, John 11/44, Acts 9/40, and Acts 20/10 - not to mention Jesus himself).

065 10/32a: "- - - Allah, your (peoples*) real Cherisher and Sustainer - - -". Often claimed in the Quran, never proved anywhere - and one of those cheap claims any religion can claim for their god(s) free of charge as long as they do not have to prove anything.

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######066 10/32b: “- - - apart from Truth, what remains but error?” It is very clear that much of what is said in the Quran is not true – and then #####“what remains but error”?

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067 10/32c: “- - - Truth (the Quran) - - -“. That the Quran is the truth, is just a claim, not a proved fact. See 2/2b, 13/1g, and 40/75. Actually it is clear that much is wrong in the Quran.

##068 10/33a: “Thus is the Word of thy Lord (Allah*) proved true - - -”. The trouble is that the sentence refers to nothing - there is nothing even remotely like a proof in the neighborhood. It may refer to 10/31, but what is said there is just some not proved claims, and has nothing to do with a proof - and most non-Muslims would not even give the intended answer (and even if they did, it was no proof). On the other hand this is the kind of argumentation you too often meet from Muslims: They take an argument which at most may merit the conclusion "this may indicate that - - -", and instead say "this proves that - - -". This is not argumentation worthy a god - not even a minor, uneducated one hidden in a distant corner.

069 10/33d: "- - - they (non-Muslims*) will not believe". For a number of them this was not strange, as they saw something was very wrong with Muhammad's new religion.

070 10/34b: "Say (Muhammad*): 'Of your (non-Muslims'*) "partners" (gods*), can any originate creation and repeat it?' Say:’ It is Allah Who originates creation and repeats it - - -." This is a kind of debate you meet all too often from Islam and Muslims: You have to prove everything - for them loose and never proved claims are enough. Demand proofs from them when they just claim or states out of the air. Also see 7/38e and 10/31b above.

071 10/34c: “Say: ‘It is Allah Who originates creation and repeats it - - -’”. That is very easy to say - why not for once try to prove it is Allah and not nature? It costs nothing to just say something. Any priest in any religion can say just the same about his god(s) - just as cheaply. Also see 10/31b above.

072 10/34d: “Say: ‘It is Allah Who originates creation and repeats it - - -’”. This is a very interesting claim, as Allah never proved he had such power (whereas if the old books tell the truth, Yahweh did - both in OT and NT). See 7/158i above and 21/56c below.

073 10/34e: “- - - how are ye (people*) deluded away (from the truth (the teachings of the Quran*))”. The Quran with all its errors, contradictions, etc. at best is only partly the truth. Then it may be an open question who are deluded. See 13/1g and 40/75 below.

074 10/35a: "Say (Muhammad*): 'Of your (non-Muslims'*) "partners" (gods*) is there any that can give any guidance towards Truth?' Say: "It is Allah who gives guidance towards Truth (the Quran*)". That the Quran is the truth, is just a claim, not a proved fact. See 10/34a above.

075 10/35c: “It is (only*) Allah who gives guidance towards the Truth.” But this is contradicted by the fact that he is not reliable – he also can lead you astray, proved by many points in the Quran, f.x. by his acceptance of the use of dishonesty in words and deeds as working tools. It actually collides with all the verses that tell Allah leads to Heaven whom he wants, and leads astray whom he wants. Or maybe the book only talks about those he wants to guide to Paradise? In NT Yahweh wishes everybody to reach Paradise - in the Quran Allah picks the ones he wishes.

Besides: Is this just an undocumented claim, or a proved fact? - hardly anything of any consequence in the Quran is proved - f.x. not even the existence of Allah.

076 10/35e: “- - - towards Truth?” With that many mistakes, contradictions, etc. the teachings of the Quran at best is partly true. Also see 2/2b above.

077 10/35f: "Is then He (Allah*) who (claims he*) gives guidance to (the claimed*) Truth more worthy to be followed, or he (other gods*) who finds not guidance (himself) unless he is guided?" The answer will depend entirely on whether Allah is a made up bluff or not. In addition there is the question of f.x. Yahweh, who has proved his existence if the old books tell the truth. There also may be other religions whose followers will vouch as strongly for their gods, as Muslims do for Allah - perhaps with as much reason. Exactly nothing is ever proved about Allah, and not once in 1400+ years has there been an action of any kind provably from him.

078 10/35g: "- - - He (Allah*) who (claims he*) gives guidance to (the claimed*) Truth - - -". Allah's claimed guidance is to be found in the Quran - a book so full of errors, etc., that it at the very best only is partly true, and thus clearly is from no god, not to mention from an omniscient one. (There is a chance, though, that the Quran is from a dressed up something from the dark forces - f.x. it’s partly immoral moral code, its inbuilt prohibition against ethical and moral philosophy, its partly immoral and unjust sharia laws, etc. may indicate this.)

079 10/35h: "What is the matter with you (when you do not believe Muhammad)?" What is matter is simply that one knows too much, and has learnt critical thinking - not only accepting claims and "taqlid" (= uncritical acceptance of what your father and surroundings claim must be the truth "because so our fathers were told, and then it must be true) - and sees that things are very wrong in the Quran.

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#####080 10/35i: "How judge ye?" We judge that religion and a possible eternal life is too serious a matter to accept that mistakes, contradictions, lies, etc., etc. can be used when trying to find out if a god/gods exist(s), and in case which one(s) is/are true and which not. Only complete honesty can lead to a correct answer in such a question - and the Quran/Islam most likely is the most dishonest of all big religions - the only one who on top of all not only accepts, but advocates dishonesty on central points "if necessary" to win a discussion - not to find the truth, but to win a discussion or a new believer, or to defend or promote Islam.

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081 10/36b: "- - - truly (definitely not a proved truth - only a not proved claim*) fancy can be to no avail against Truth - - -". That the Quran is the truth, is just a claim, not a proved fact - actually it is clear that much in the book is wrong. And it at least is from no god with all those errors, contradictions, etc. A very sobering fact for all Muslims if the Quran is a made up book - fantasy and/or fancy. This especially so if there somewhere exists a real good Muslims have been prohibited to look for.

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082 10/36c: "- - - Truth (in this case likely the Quran) - - -" - but the Quran at best is partly true with all those errors, etc. Also see 2/2b above.

083 10/36e: "Verily, Allah is well aware of all that they (non-Muslims*) do". See 2/233h above - if he exists.

084 10/37b: From comment A10/60: "- - - the wisdom inherent in the Quran precludes any possibility of its having been composed by a human being - - -". ####This is an example of the kind of arguments Muslims sometimes resort to in lack of real facts and proofs. A normal word for such "arguments" is "bluff". On the background of all the mistaken facts and other errors in the Quran, there are some other words one could use to characterize this sentence and its claim, but in a serious work you do not use that kind of words.

####A challenge to all well educated persons and scientists used to think things over themselves: Please read the Quran with this claim in your mind. Are you able to do so with an open mind without laughing?

"The fact that a claim is told or even repeated, does not necessarily mean it is true".

"Repeat a lie frequently enough, and people starts believing it". (Joseph Goebbels).

085 10/37e: "- - - a fuller explanation of the Book - - -". Here it must be meant that the Quran is a fuller explanation of the Bible. But as the Bible is proved not falsified and still is very different from the Quran (Muhammad claimed that originally it was like the Quran, or at least nearly so, but that the bad Jews and the bad Christians had falsified it), this claim is proved wrong by both science and by Islam. Also quantitatively the claim is wrong - there is much more stuff in the Bible (4 - 5 times as much - only NT alone has more text than the Quran), so the Quran is not "fuller" that way either.

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086 10/37g: "- - - the Book - - -". Comment YA1429: "Allah's revelations throughout the ages are one. The Quran confirms, fulfils, completes, and further explains the one true revelation, which has been sent by the One True God (Allah*) in all ages". No comment to this is necessary", except that all these claims are wrong - - - at least unless Islam produces proofs instead of just claims. There are miles and kilometers - also in depth - between the contents and f.x. the moral codes of the two books, and only one single sentence in the entire books which are the same - 6 small words in a verse in the Psalms: "- - - the righteous will inherit the land - - -" This is all which is the same in the two books, and it is a sentence of a kind which may well have become identical by coincidence. The quality as literature also is very different. Rubbish would be a correct word for this claim, but we do not use that kind of words.

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087 10/37i: "- - - (Allah is*) the Lord of the Worlds." Often claimed, never documented.

#088 10/38d: "Bring then a surah like unto it - - -". This claim that the Quran is so perfect that it only can be made by a god, is one of the most used "alibis" Islam has for that the Quran must be from a god. This is a tale they could tell to uneducated desert dwellers. ANYONE used to quality literature sees that the Quran is not high quality literature (perhaps excepted the language - which was polished for some 250 years before it got the present form), and that many a writer could write a book of considerably higher standard from collected legends, etc. The reason why it is not done and why nobody wants to do it, simply is that no matter how good a book and no matter how close to the contents of the Quran one writes, Muslims will claim it is not like the Quran and not as good as the Quran - if it is, their religion may be a faked one, and that is too hard to face. Also see 10/37a above.

##089 10/39c: “- - - (the Quran*) whose knowledge they cannot compass, - - -”. For the uneducated, often an-alphabetic members of Muhammad’s early followers, that might be true, except for the question: Who has most knowledge – the one without knowledge, or the one with much wrong knowledge?. But the claim is in no case true today - and we see that a lot of the “facts” Muhammad used, are wrong - something any god had known. A god also had made none of all the other errors in the book.

090 10/40b: "- - - thy (people's*) Lord (Allah*) knoweth best - - -". Only possible if he exists and in addition is a god of some standing (well, even a devil may know things). But according to the Bibl Yahweh is the one who knows best.

091 10/40c: "- - - thy (people's*) Lord (Allah*) knoweth best those who are out for mischief". Obviously a warning. But if he knows, why then does he have to test everybody? Also see 2/233h above.

092 10/40d: "- - - mischief". Here it is likely to mean "those who opposes Muhammad", but what about Muslims? They did huge amounts of mischief through the times - many of them even believing that what they did were good deeds.

093 10/41a: "If they (skeptics*) charge thee (Muhammad*) with falsehood - - -". Already at that time there were many who understood that something was deeply wrong in Muhammad's new religion.

094 10/41c: "- - - I (Muhammad, am free form responsibility*) for what ye (non-Muslims*) do". This was in 621 AD. Later when Muhammad gained more power he "forgot" this, and forced people to become Muslims: Believe, or fight us and die, or milder forms for pressure - or bribes and the promise of riches from loot.

095 10/42b: "- - - but canst thou make the deaf hear - - -?" That is nearly as difficult as to make religiously blind Muslims see the realities they do not want to see in and about the Quran and thus about Muhammad, Islam, and Allah. No blind person is so blind or deaf as the one who does not want to see or hear.

096 10/42c: "- - - they (some non-Muslims or lukewarm Muslims*) are without understanding - - -". But may be the real reason was just that they understood something was much wrong.

097 10/43b: "- - - guide the blind - - -". Who is most blind - the ones who blindly accepts a new religion, the later ones who as blindly live in "taqlid" like Muslims did "forever after", or the ones able to see that something is wrong, or at least to ask questions?

098 10/43c: "- - - they (skeptics*) will not see - - -". What Muhammad means here is "they will not see things my way". There were good reasons for them not to do that - f.x. all the mistakes in his teaching/the Quran.

099 10/44b: "Verily, Allah will not deal unjustly with man in aught - - -". Perhaps. But some of the moral rules and some of the laws said to be from him, are pretty unjust and/or immoral - some even worse. Actually 1 or 2 of the laws in sharia - Allah's laws - may be the most unjust and immoral in any somewhat civilized culture in this whole world.

100 10/44c: "- - - it is man that wrongs his own soul (by sinning*)". How is that possible if Allah decides and predestines every detail in your life, like the Quran states MANY places?

101 10/45b: "One day He (Allah*) will gather them (the dead*) together - - -". Often claimed, never documented - and similar claims are made by most religions, some/one of them may even be true.

102 10/45d: "One day He (Allah*) will gather them (the dead*) together: (it will be) as if they had tarried but an hour of a day - - -". This may be of no interest in itself. But in Hadiths you meet claims that some dead are punished in the grave. For one thing this punishment is not mentioned in the Quran, and for another among others this verse tells that it is impossible - the dead ones do not experience time until they wake up at the Day of Doom, and consequently Hadiths - or the Quran - have/has to be wrong: There is not time lapse as experienced by the dead ones for such punishment.

103 10/45f: "- - - assuredly those will be lost who denied the meeting with Allah - - -". Often claimed in a book full of mistakes, never documented.

104 10/45i: "- - - true (religious*) guidance". Not possible with a book so full of mistakes as the Quran, and even less so as no book with so many errors, contradictions, etc. is from no god.

105 10/46c: "- - - to Us (Allah*) is their (peoples'*) return (at the Day of Doom*) - - -". Often claimed in the Quran, never proved anywhere.

106 10/46f: "- - - ultimately Allah is witness to all that they (people*) do". If he exists and if he is a powerful enough god or devil to see everything.

##107 10/47c: “To every people (was sent) a Messenger - - -.” Comment A10/68 (translated from Swedish): "This verse stresses the continuity of religious revelation in mankind's history and the fact (!*) that through the times no community , period or civilization - - - has been left without prophetic guidance - - -". Neither science nor Islam has been able to find the slightest traces from such prophets (except the Jewish, and they talked about Yahweh, not about Allah) older than 610 AD. It simply is a fairy tale - if Islam is not able to prove it is true. (Actually it is a lie, because Muslim scholars know that except for the Biblical prophets, there are no traces from relevant prophets/"messengers" older than 610 AD.)

It also tells something strong about Islam and about Muslims - and about the use of moral expressions like "truth" and "honesty" when highly qualified believing Muslims are able to use the word "fact" about claims which for one thing never was anything but a claim, and for another long since is proved wrong by many and strong both circumstantial and empirical proofs, and also by historical facts.

######A mathematical fact: If we operate with a normal religious time frame, Adam lived something like 5ooo years before the claimed last prophet, Muhammad. If we say that Hadiths' number 124ooo had been correct, and that each of them worked for 25 years, there all the time from Adam till Muhammad should be on average 620 active prophets working for Allah around the world (more than 3 in every country during all those thousands of years). None of them (except the old Jewish ones - really working for Yahweh) left one single trace anywhere on the entire Earth. Even if you reckon the entire age of Homo Sapiens - 160ooo-200ooo years - there in case during all these eons have been 15-20 prophets working all the time. But no trace from them or a religion like Islam, a god like Allah - or a book like the Quran.

Believe it if you are able to.

108 10/47d: "- - - with justice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

109 10/47e: "- - - not be wronged". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

110 10/48b: "- - - if ye (Muhammad*) speak the truth - - -". At least he does not always speak the full truth when he tells the verses and surahs in the Quran, and at least a few times he knows he is lying - f.x. some of his "explanations" for why there are no miracles from his god, he knows are untrue - he was to intelligent not to see that.<(p>

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####111 10/49a: "I (Muhammad*) have no power over any harm or profit to myself except as Allah willeth". In clear language: Muhammad had no supernatural power. M. Asad understands it the same way - to quote his comment (A10/69) to this verse: "and since I (Muhammad*) do not possess any supernatural powers, I cannot predict that which is beyond the reach of human perception (al-ghayb)." This is a good verse and a good fact to remember when you meet Muslims who in triumph tell about miracles or foreseeing performed by Muhammad, or read about such ones in the Hadiths - there are a number. This is one of the many verses in the Quran which prove that all such stories are made up legends no matter where you meet them, even with Al-Bukhari or Imam Muslim, and this even though many learned Muslims use big words about these claimed miracles. AND NB: ALL THESE LEARNED MUSLIM SCHOLARS HAVE STUDIED THE QURAN AND HAVE TO KNOW THE STORIES ARE MADE UP - this fact tells something about ethics, moral and integrity among at least large parts of the Islamic religious intelligentsia, when they tell their lay people about Muhammad's "miracles" or "prophesies".

This verse also is one of several proofs for that Muhammad was no real prophet - he was not able to make prophesies, and without that ability, you are no real prophet. (The same is said in 7/188b, and by his favorite (child) wife Aishah).

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####112 10/49b: "I (Muhammad*) have no power over any harm or profit to myself except as Allah willeth". Y10/69: "and since I (Muhammad*) do not possess any supernatural powers, I cannot predict that which is beyond the reach of human perception". Muhammad also had not the ability to make prophesies - thus no prophet. It may here be relevant to mention that in the really old times the title among the Jews was not prophet but seer (f.x. 1. Sam. 9/9) - one who could see or at least glimpse the future or what was in other ways hidden.

THE REALLY ESSENTIAL POINT OF THESE TWO QUOTES IS THAT FOR ONE THING MUHAMMAD HIMSELF IN THE QURAN STATES THAT HE HAS NO SUPERNATURAL POWER, AND THAT THIS FACT IS CONFIRMED BY ISLAM - HERE AND MANY OTHER PLACES. THIS KILLS ALL THE CLAIMS FROM MUSLIMS ABOUT THE FORETELLINGS AND WONDERFUL MIRACLES MUHAMMAD PERFORMED - EVEN THE CLAIMS IN THE HADITHS. THIS AND SOME OTHER VERSES - SE JUST BELOW - PROVE THAT THOSE STORIES JUST ARE MADE UP LEGENDS - - - AND THAT THE COLLECTORS OF HADITHS DID NOT DO A PROPER JOB.

Muhammad unable to make miracles: 3/144, 7/188, 10/49, 17/93, 72/21.

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113 10/49c: “To every people is a term (a date of ending*) appointed: when their term is reached, not an hour can they cause delay, nor (an hour) can they advance (it in anticipation)”. No matter what humans do, Allah is it who decides and predestines. Thus f.x. prayers will be in vain - nothing can change Allah's predestined Plan. And what about forgiving? - also this means a change of Allah's Plan for you.

114 10/50: "- - - what proportion of it (punishment*) would the Sinners wish to hasten?" Skeptics sometimes told Muhammad to ask Allah to send the punishment Muhammad declared, as a proof for that he told the truth. Muhammad never was able to prove anything, neither this way nor in any other way. He only tried to "explain" everything away, or used fast talk.

115 10/51: "Would ye (non-Muslims*) then (if/when premature punishment came*) believe in it at last, when it actually cometh to pass? (It will be said:) 'Ah! Now? And ye wanted (aforetime) to hasten it on!" A leading question based on a hypothetical possibility. Muhammad indicates that the answer would be "yes", but that is Muhammad's wish or claim simply.

116 10/52b: "At length it will be said to the wrongdoers: 'Taste ye the enduring punishment!'". See 3/77b above.

117 10/52d: “Ye (sinners*) get but the recompense of what ye earned!” Is there really real justice in the terrible and everlasting punishment in hell, compared to the after all not too big sins of many of the sinners?

118 10/52e: “Ye (sinners*) get but the recompense of what ye earned!” When you look at the partly immoral moral rules of the Quran (compare them to "do against others like you want others do against you" - the only really ethical and moral guideline) - do humans who are judged according to Muhammad's, the Quran's, and Islam's partly immoral and unjust moral and judicial rules, always get fair punishment or fair reward?

119 10/53a: "It is the very truth". May be. But with so much in the book wrong, such a statement is not reliable without a proof.

120 10/53d: "And ye (wrongdoers*) cannot frustrate it (your destiny*)". Allah has decided - predestination rules. Different from NT where there is possibility to the very end, if there is honest regret and remorse.

121 10/55a: "Is it not (the case) that to Allah belongeth (everything*)?" No, it is an unproved claim, not "the case".

122 10/55d: “Is it not (the case) that Allah’s promise (the Quran*) is assuredly true?” The Quran itself in this case like in many others proves it is not true – too many mistakes, etc. For short here: No, it is a claim, not a truth. Because of all he mistakes in the book, nothing there is assuredly true there, unless it is proved. The claim even is seriously weakened by the fact that the Quran is not from a god - no god makes that many mistakes.

123 10/55h: "Yet most of them (humans*) understand not". The real problem might have been that a number already then really understood that something was very wrong.

124 10/56a: "It is He (Allah*) who giveth life - - -". A claim frequently repeated in the Quran, but never with the slightest proof. Reality or a bluff? (But if the Quran or/and the Bible tells the truth on this point, Yahweh/Jesus did prove to have power over death and thus ability to give life). Also see 7/158i above and 21/56c below.

Actually this claim is pretty interesting, as the Quran nowhere proves that Allah is able neither to give original life, nor resurrect dead ones, whereas if the old books tells the truth, Yahweh has proved at least his power of resurrection.

125 10/56b: "- - - to Him (Allah*) shall ye (people*) all be brought back (at the Day of Doom*)". Often claimed in the Quran, never proved anywhere.

126 10/57b: "- - - a direction (the Quran*) from your (mankind's*) Lord (Allah*) - - -". It is heresy and an insult and slander to any god to blame him for a book of a quality like the Quran. (Parts of the linguistics are good - was polished by top Muslim scholars for some 250 years - whereas the other aspects of quality are very amateurish.)

127 10/57c: "- - - (the Quran is*) a healing for the (diseases) in your hearts - - -". There is not much healing in a "medical" book full of mistakes, contradictions, etc.

###On the other hand it is a very well known phenomenon that your psychology can be at work if you believe something strongly enough. The question often is not if it is right or wrong, but if you really believe in something. Because of this f.x. all religions and several other strong beliefs may have an effect on your health, both the psychological one and the bodily/somatic one. It f.x. is a medical fact that believing Christians on average feel more inner peace than non-believers, and likely it is more or less similar in several religions. The effect at least is the same for f.x. Buddhists and should be similar for Muslims (if not the fact that Islam is a religion of war and discrimination disturbs the picture).

128 10/57d: "- - - the (diseases) in your (unbelievers'*) hearts - - -". From other places in the Quran it is clear that if you do not believe in "Allah and His Prophet Muhammad" the reason is a disease in your heart. No comments - and none necessary.

It tells something also about today's Islam, that they reckon this - included the slave taking, etc. - to be glorious times for Islam and glorious deeds.

130 10/58b: "- - - His (Allah's*) Mercy - - -". Read the surahs from Medina and see how much mercy there really is in Allah. Also see 1/1a above.

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131 10/58c: "- - - that (Allah's bounty - here likely Paradise*) is better than the (wealth) they (people*) hoard". Only if Allah and his version of a Paradise exists, and if Muslims in spite of all the mistakes and the partly immoral moral code in the Quran may end there.

132 10/59a: "See ye (humans*) what things Allah hath sent down to you for sustenance?" One of the very many, but never documented claims Muhammad makes, claiming that ordinary natural phenomena - here food, etc. - are "signs" ("Quran-speak" for indications or proofs) or "proofs" for his god - or for glorification of him. 100% invalid as long as Islam does not first prove it really is Allah who is behind the phenomena. Claims so cheap that any priest or believer in any religion can say just the same on behalf of his/her own god(s),

133 10/59b: "Hath Allah indeed permitted you (people*), or do ye invent (things) to attribute to Allah?" The underlying meaning is that only the Quran/Muhammad/Islam has the right rules. This may - may - be correct if Allah exists, is a major god, and the Quran has described him and his sometimes doubtful moral code, etc. correctly. But only then.

134 10/60b: "- - - those who invented lies against Allah - - -". Was Muhammad one of them? - the Quran is not made by a god - too many mistakes, contradictions, cases of invalid logic, and of unclear language, etc. - and it has to be made by someone. Well, if Muhammad invented him, he was in the nice position that he knew an invented god could not punish him, no matter what he himself did. (But to be fair: If the reason for his belief was an illness like TLE (Temporal Lobe Epilepsy), he may have believed at least partly in his stories himself, at least the first years.)

135 10/60d: "- - - Allah is full of Bounty to mankind - - -". There still was much and rich loot to be taken, Muhammad said. Whereas at least for the old Protestants, the world was full of work to be done - work which turned out to bring the word forwards, instead of war and robbery bringing it into stagnation, like happened to the Islamic parts of the world. (And which is likely to happen to the whole world if Islam with its view on non-religious knowledge and on religious ruling of the communities and the world, wins out in the end. But remember we say Islam, not Arabs or Berbers, or other groups of people).

136 10/62d: "- - - nor shall they (Muslims*) grieve (in the next life?*) - - -". This will depend entirely on whether the Quran speaks the truth, the full truth, and only the truth.

###137 10/64b: “- - - in the life of the Present and in the Hereafter; no change can there be in the words of Allah”. What Allah decides is final - pure predestination. And many things he decides early – f.x. the day of your death and whether you will end in Hell or Heaven is (according to Hadiths) decided 5 months before you are born. And remember: According to the Quran Allah's predestined Plan is impossible to change by anyone or anything. Good or bad deeds, prayers, pilgrimage, or whatever (f.x. forgiving) - nothing can change Allah's predestined Plan, according to the Quran.

10/64 also totally abrogates the claim about free will for man, as it tells Allah's predestination cannot be changed. And not to forget: If Allah's predestined Plan is unchangeable like the Quran flatly states many places, also prayers are meaningless - they will have no effect on the predestined Plan.

One more dark fact: The Quran is claimed to be Allah's words - words nothing can change. This means that f.x. neither its harsh war religion, nor its partly immoral moral code, nor its partly unjust sharia laws, etc. can ever be changed for something closer to "do to others like you want others do to you", or to a religion better fitting a god who really is good and benevolent, not only claimed to be so.

#####138 10/64d: “Hereafter; no change can there be in the words of Allah. This is indeed the supreme Felicity.” The first sentence may partly explain why Muslims cannot admit the mistakes in the Quran, no matter how wild “explanations” they have to use. The second one is plainly wrong - see f.x. 10/39 above.

Also: This surah was dictated by Muhammad ca. 621. There were many changes in Islam after that – Islam even changed its basis fundamentally and completely from rather peaceful to a religion of dishonesty, robbing, apartheid, suppression, hate and war, built on the sword and at least partly on dishonesty - al-Taqiyya, Kitman, Hilah, "break your oat if that gives a better result", "war is deceit". (How could both these two conflicting directions - peaceful vs. full war religion - both be right and parts of the unchangeable teaching of Allah?) There also were many mistakes which science now see, where the “facts” are changed by reality, and there were many “signs” and “proofs” which the laws of logic in reality changed the moment they were pronounced (Muslims only do not know or refuse to see). And a religion living largely on "taqlid" and on the problem and dangers it means to express disbelief. His felicity was not and is not 100%.

10/64 also totally abrogates the claim about free will for man, as it tells Allah's predestination cannot be changed. And not to forget: If Allah's predestined Plan is unchangeable like the Quran flatly states many places, also prayers are meaningless - they will have no effect on the predestined Plan.

139 10/66b: "- - - verily to Allah belong all creatures, in the heavens (plural and wrong*) and on earth". Often claimed, never proved - and a claim any believer in any religion can make on behalf of his/her god(s) if no proof is required".

140 10/66d: "What do they (non-Muslims*) follow who worship as His (Allah's*) 'partners' other than Allah?" The trouble is that a similar question can be asked about Muslims, as all the mistakes, etc. in the Quran prove that the book is not from a god.

The answer in reality is plain and simple: They simply did not believe in Muhammad and his new religion or in Allah - some of them because they saw that things were very wrong in that religion.

141 10/66f "They (non-Muslims*) follow nothing but fancy - - -". At least if their religion should not happen to be a real one. And what about Muslims? - no god ever made a book of a quality like the Quran, so who made it? - whom or what do they follow?

142 10/66g: "- - - they (non-Muslims*) do nothing but lie". No comments - except Muhammad knew that even in the Quran he put lies - he f.x. was too intelligent not to know that miracles would give believers. Plus that Islam is the only one of the big religions which to a large degree accepts the use of dishonesty and even broken words/promises/oaths (2/225, 5/89, 16/91, 66/2).

Also a bit ironic slander from the only one of the big religions which accepts the use of dishonesty as a working tool.

143 10/67a: "He (Allah*) it is who hath made you Night - - - and Day - - -." Yet another natural phenomenon Muhammad grabs as a "sign"/"proof" for his god - totally invalid as anything as long as it is not proved it really is Allah who causes it. Just another of very many loose and never documented claims in the Quran any believer in any religion can claim for his god(s) - unproved words are that cheap and worthless. And the fact that the Quran only have such logically worthless words for "proofs", is a main reason why Islam so strongly glorifies blind belief and so frequently talks about "instinctive" knowledge, etc., even though man may be the one of the higher animals with least instinctive knowledge (nearly the only instinctive knowledge a human baby has, is the instincts weep when it is not satisfied and to suck, and the fear of falling). And of what such we after all have got, hardly anything is at any intellectual level, where "instinctive knowledge about god" would have to have been situated. (Another thing is that a small percent of humans - 10% or lower - have a drive for something stronger than oneself to lean to. A drive which perhaps is based on insecurity. But that is a drive, not knowledge - and strong belief in any religion satisfies it). It also is a main reason why Islam so often backbites and derides requests for intellectual or scientific knowledge; as they have no facts to show for themselves, the value of facts and real knowledge must be downplayed and discredited.

144 10/67b: "- - - made you (humans*) Night that ye may rest therein - - -". The night simply is an effect of that Earth is spinning in sunshine, and not something made for that humans shall have a rest. It really is the other way around: Humans - and animals - have adjusted to the fact that there are nights, and adjusted their activity accordingly. Muhammad here simply has the cause/effect 180 degrees wrong.

146 10/67f: "- - - (- - - His (Allah's*) Message (the Quran*))- - -". The Quran is not a message from any god - too many mistakes, too many contradictions, too much invalid logic, too much unclear language, etc. NO omniscient god makes such and so many errors, etc.

147 10/68b: “Allah hath begotten a son!” An exclamation in disbelief. But Jesus many, many times called God/Yahweh his father (the word “father” (of Jesus) is used for God/Yahweh at least 204 times in NT and the word “son” (of God/Yahweh) is used for Jesus at least 89 times.) Some of the times it is meant figuratively, but most times it is clear it is meant literally. And even the Quran says Jesus was reliable - and both science and Islam have proved that the Bible is not falsified.

And if the Bible is not falsified, much is wrong in the Quran and in Islam.

Besides: Also the Quran tells that the god started the fetus Jesus to grow inside his mother, and the one starting a fetus to grow inside a woman, normally is the father of that child. Further 19/19 states that Jesus was a holy child, and hardly anyone but a god is able to make a holy child.

148 10/68c: "- - - His (Allah's*) are all things in the heavens (plural and wrong*) and on earth!". Often claimed, never proved - and a claim any believer in any religion can make on behalf of his/her god(s) if no proof is required".

#149 10/68g: "Say ye about Allah what ye know not?" We say very little about Allah, except that he never has proved neither his claimed powers nor his existence. But we say a lot about the Quran, as so many things are wrong in it - and the most essential of those points is that a book with so much wrong, is not from a god. It is heresy and a deep insult and slander to any god to blame him/her for making a book of a quality and an intellectual and scientific level like the Quran. Our educated guess is that every second good writer of historical novels and a good number of other good writers, not to mention scientist of history or religion with "a good pen", could have written a better quality book.

150 10/70a: "- - - to Us (Allah*) will be their return (on the Day of Doom*) - - -". Often claimed in the Quran, never proved anywhere. And a claim as cheaply made by any believer in any religion on behalf of his/her god(s).

151 10/70c: "- - - blasphemies". It is not possible to blaspheme against Allah unless he for one thing exists, and for another is a god (if he is from the dark forces which f.x. the partly immoral moral code in the Quran, and its acceptance of dishonesty, its partly unjust laws, its drive for hate- and war-mongering, etc. may indicate, we think blasphemy also is not possible - who can blaspheme dark forces? - and how to do it? - tell they are gods and not devils?).

152 10/71a: "- - - the story of Noah". You should beware that the story of Noah in the Quran in many details is different from the one in the Bible - the only perhaps (somewhat?) reliable account of that story. And as the Quran with all its errors, etc. is not from any god - from where did Muhammad get the information or "information"? Parts of the details also are physically impossible

153 10/71d: "- - - I (Noah*) put my trust in Allah". Noah is claimed to be a good Muslim. But there exists no documented or in other ways proved traces of Islam inside or outside the Quran older than 610 AD. A lot of words and claims, but nothing else - and words and claims are very cheap, especially when used for propaganda. And as the Quran with all its errors is not from any god - from where did Muhammad get this information or "information"?

154 10/72a: "- - - no reward have I (Noah*) asked of you (his followers*) - - -". This was one of Muhammad's claims about himself, and then it was psychologically wise to "show" that former claimed prophet said the same - it made Muhammad a normal prophet. And Muhammad only claimed 20% of everything stolen, included enslaved victims - 100% if they did not have to fight for it - some 2.5% of all your belongings each and every year in tax (zakat), all fit men as warriors for him whenever he wanted, 100% power, 100% dictatorship, 100% control of what you said and meant. And lots of women (at least 36 are known by name - Muslims normally only mention his 11long time wives and sometimes his two concubines - - - and never his rapes). Of course this was all (except the women?) for Allah, but here on Earth the reality was for Muhammad. Yes, we agree; Muhammad like Noah demanded no reward. Or - - -?

155 10/72c: "- - - Allah's Will - - -". The only source for claims about this, is the Quran - a book so full of mistakes, contradictions, etc. that it is from no god - and thus also not from Allah if he is a god. Thus there is no reliable source for Allah's will - even if he should happen to exist. (And we do wonder what is his real will if he belongs to the dark forces - one of the very few possibilities if the Quran is from him - the Quran with all its errors, etc. in case proves he is no god.)

156 10/73d: "Then see what was the end of those who were warned (but heeded not)!" Yes, something happened according to the books - but who was behind it? - Yahweh or Allah? - or nature? (One possible explanation is an extreme natural flooding which has been enlarged through retelling over the generations. One has found traces from such a flooding in Iraq some 5600 years ago - roughly at the time of a possible Noah - according to the former Scandinavian popular scientific magazine Lexicon.)

157 10/74a: "Then after him (Noah*) We (Allah*) sent (many) messengers to their Peoples - - -". Hadiths claims that there have been 124ooo messengers/prophets for Allah through the times. Except for the biblical ones (who Muhammad wrongly claimed spoke about Allah) not one single trace has ever been found from any of them - not in history, not in religion, not in architecture/decoration, not in folklore, not in legends, not even in fairy tales older than 610 AD. This in spite of that if Adam lived 5ooo years before Muhammad, there through all times were some 620 prophets/messengers - some 3 in each and every country - proselytizing on Earth (if each worked for an average of 25 years). Believe it if you are able to.

158 10/74b: "- - - messengers to their Peoples - - -". Muhammad frequently told that Allah sent the prophets to the people they belonged to - this was an argument for that he was a real prophet, as he was an Arab among Arabs. The claim is only documented for the Biblical prophets, where Yahweh MOSTLY sent prophets among their own people.

159 10/74d: "- - - they would not believe what they had already rejected beforehand". A parallel to Muslims? - rejection without even checking neither their blind belief in a religion, nor looking into facts they do not like, and because of that dismiss.

#160 10/74e: "Thus do We (Allah*) seal the hearts of transgressors." Allah for one thing according to Hadiths decides who are going to Hell and who to Heaven when the fetus is 4 months = 5 months before you even are born, and according to many verses in the Quran in addition makes it impossible for many to find the road to Heaven. Yahweh according to NT gives man full free will, but wants everyone to reach Heaven - even the worst persons and even in the last moment if there only is real and honest remorse. The same god? Impossible unless he is strongly ill mentally. One of the many proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god - and for that Jesus and Muhammad are not in the same religion or line of prophets (in addition to that Muhammad was no real prophet).

#161 10/82b: “And Allah by His Words (the Quran*) prove and establish His Truth, - - -”. Actually this sentence is of no consequence here: As all the mistakes, etc. in the Quran proves the book is not from a god, Allah's words are not involved - not if he is a god.

162 10/83e: "- - - certainly Pharaoh was mighty on the earth - - -". Pharaoh Ramses II was one of the mightiest - if not the mightiest - pharaoh ever in old Egypt. Worse: We know his history pretty well, f.x. that he did not drown. Because of this Muslims wants Exodus (the Jews leaving Egypt) and Moses to have happened earlier under less well known pharaohs which perhaps may have drowned (they often indicate around 1500 - 1600 BC, and never an indication about from where they have the numbers). But science is clear: If Exodus ever happened, it happened around 1235 BC, (sources f.x. Encyclopedia Britannica) which means during the reign of Ramses II. (Or at utmost during the reign of Ramses II'S son and successor, Merneptah - 1213-1203 BC.)

163 10/87b: "- - - make your (new*) dwellings into places of worship - - -". This and a lot more in this story is not from the Bible.

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#164 10/90c: “I (Ramses II) believe that there is no god except Him Whom the Children of Israel believe in”. One more thing we know about Ramses II (see 10/90), is that he was a polytheist and never a Muslim – and never a Jew. This episode is nowhere mentioned in the Bible.

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165 10/92a: “This day (when the Egyptian army caught up with Moses and the Jews*) shall We (Allah*) save thee (Pharaoh*) in the body - - -.” The expression “in the body” should mean the same as “bodily” or “safe and (relatively at least) sound”. This may be true, as Ramses II did not drown. But it strongly contradicts other verses in the Quran which tells that he drowned. It also must be said that to save the Pharaoh in the very moment of death, would contradict 4/18, which tells it is too late to repent when you know you are about to die.

17/103: “- - - but We (Allah*) drowned him (Pharaoh) and all that were with him.”

28/40: “- - - and We (Allah*) flung them (Pharaoh and his men*) into the sea: now behold what was the End of those who did wrong!”

43/55: “- - - and We (Allah*) drowned them all (Pharaoh and his men*) .”

(4 contradictions - and also contradicting the truth, as Ramses II did not drown).

166 10/92c: "- - - many among mankind are headless of Our (Allah's*) Signs". With a good reason, as many among mankind know there is not and never was one single proved sign clearly from Allah - not even his very existence is proved, and that the claim that he exists only rests on the word of one single, quite unreliable man who provably and according to the Quran did not even respect his own oaths if breaking them gave a better result (f.x. 2/225a, 5/89a+b, 16/91e, and 66/2a). Allah today mainly is living on "taqlid", the disproved claim that the Quran is the Truth, social pressure, and the problems and dangers it means to leave the religion.

167 10/94a: "- - - what We (Allah*) hath revealed (the Quran*) unto thee (Muhammad or Muslims*) - - -". No god has revealed a book like the Quran to anyone. For one thing it is too low quality as literature, but mainly: Too much is wrong.

168 10/94d: “- - - the Truth hath indeed come to thee from thy Lord (Allah*): - - -”. Also once more: Can a book with that many mistaken facts, be made by a god? Simply no.

169 10/94i: "- - - be in nowise of those in doubt". With all the errors in the Quran there is every reason to be in doubt. Well, the reality is not "doubt", as all the mistakes, etc. prove something is seriously wrong, and also prove that no god ever was involved. The correct expression for the book thus is "surely wrong".

170 10/95c: "- - - those who perish". Here: Those who end in Hell. But who ends in Hell when Islam clearly is a made up religion? - at least no god ever was involved in a book of a quality like the Quran.

###171 10/96b: “Those against whom the Word of thy Lord has been verified - - -.” This is one of the main problems for Islam – as it was for Muhammad: There exists no verification of Islam – not one single proof, not in the Quran and not any other place. Only cheap words and claims which in NO case are verified. But glorification of and demands for blind belief you find aplenty, and the same with invalid "signs" and "proofs". (Necessary when there is nothing else to build on than the words of a man of very doubtful character and morality. Reliance on untrue arguments and bluffs are strong indicators for a cheat, a deceiver, a swindler.)

Whenever we meet people using bluffs and defending bluffs, not to mention glorifying blind belief – like here – for us that strongly indicates not only that they have no real arguments, but also that they know it themselves, and just try to defend wishful thinking or beliefs they are mentally and morally unable to question.

172 10/96-97: “Those (non-Muslims*) against whom the Word of thy Lord (Allah’) hath been verified (the words of Allah = the Quran, have never in any place been verified – there ONLY are the words of Muhammad. Even worse: Muhammad/the Quran use a lot mistaken facts and invalid statements, “signs”, etc. No omniscient god would ever do that.*) would not believe, Even if every Sign was brought unto them - - -”. It may be right that they would not believe those signs, if one talks about the signs in the Quran not borrowed from the Bible, because not one of them is logically valid – they are just unproved statements anyone can use about his/her god(s). But real proofs would have had an effect. And Muhammad was more than intelligent enough to know that, and knew this argument was a lie.

173 10/98a: "Why was there not a single township (among those We (Allah*) warned) who believed". Yes, this is one of the points in the Quran which is not possible to believe: When you see the effects of two handfuls of named prophets included Jesus and (claimed) Muhammad, and then are told that 124ooo others left not one single trace anywhere or any time on Earth, ######the probability for that this claim is true, is zero. ######Add to this the fact that neither science nor Islam have found even the smallest trace from a religion like Islam, a god like Muhammad's Allah, or a book like the Quran anywhere or any time in the world, and you have the correct answer: There never was an Islam or a monotheistic Allah before 610 AD when Muhammad started his mission.

174 10/98d: "When they (the people of Nineveh*) believed, We (here indicated to be Allah*) removed from them the Penalty of Ignominy - - -". How was that possible if Allah has everything predestined according to his Plan which nobody and nothing can change?

175 10/99b: “If it had been thy Lord’s (Allah’s*) Will, they would all have believed (in Islam*) - all who are on earth!” Far from all believe - not after 1400 years. This either means Allah does not want the majority to believe, but instead go to Hell - or he is not able to make them believe in spite of the big words via/from(?) Muhammad.

176 10/99c: "If it had been thy (Muhammad's or Muslims'*) Lord (Allah*) Will, they would all (all humans*) have believed - - -". When you know the claim that all not good believers will end in Hell and a horrible future, this means Allah is a horrible god - letting so many end up in such a place when he just could have decide that they should be believers and end in Paradise.

177 10/99d: “Wilt thou (Muhammad*) then compel mankind, against their will, to believe!”

Of course he would as soon as he was military strong enough! - lots of people during his time and later were forced to become Muslims. This peaceful verse from Mecca 621 AD soon was abrogated! This verse is abrogated – made invalid - by at least these verses: 2/191, 2/193, 3/38, 3/85, 3/148, 4/90, 5/33, 5/72, 8/12, 8/38, 8/38-39 (the warning), 8/39, 8/60, 9/3, 9/5, 9/14, 9/23, 9/29, 9/33, 9/73, 9/123, 25/36, 25/52, 33/61, 33/73, 35/36, 47/4, 66/9. This includes many bloody threats, but also verses advising or permitting political, social, economical, etc. compulsion (with the sword in the background if you protest) – we mention a few here: 3/28, 3/85, 3/148, 4/81, 5/72, 5/73, 9/23, 14/7, 15/3, 33/73, 35/36. They are all quoted under 2/256. (At least 28 abrogations).

178 10/100a: "No soul can believe, except by the Will of Allah - - -." Is it then morally acceptable to condemn all the others to Hell, when their lack of belief is because Allah has decided it so? (according to Hadiths he decides whether to send you to Hell or to Heaven 5 months before you are even born). Very different from NT where everybody have the possibility and are welcome to search for Heaven.

179 10/100b: "No soul can believe, except by the Will of Allah, and He will place Doubt (or obscurity) on those who will not understand." Similar comment to 10/100a, but much stronger, especially since their inability to understand is because of the brain Allah gave them, and because in spite of a bad quality brain he all the same could have made them believe: Order "Be" and it is for Allah.

180 10/100c: "- - - those who will not understand". Will not understand - or know too much not to see the wrongs in the Quran and Islam?

###181 10/101b: "- - - neither Signs nor Warners profit those who believe not". It is a matter of course that when you understand that claimed "signs" are invalid, you grow skeptical, because who relies on invalid, but claimed "signs" and as invalid "proofs"? - the cheat, the swindler, the deceiver. And you have to be very naive or stupid or blind if you take such a person for a warner without checking his claims and words - and when it turns out that everything just are loose words, not documented as loose claims, and as invalid statements - words and claims and statements anyone can use for free as long as he or she can evade any request for proofs like Muhammad did - and when it on top of all turns out that the claimed "warner's" tales are so full of mistaken "facts" and other mistakes, contradictions, cases of unclear language, etc. that no god can be involved, it is not possible for a not brainwashed, intelligent person to believe in such stories told by a not reliable person liking power, riches of bribes - and women. You simply do not base your possible next and eternal life on obvious fairy tales made up by dark forces or humans - the only alternatives as no god ever was involved in a book of a quality like the Quran.

182 10/103a: "- - - Our (Allah's*) messengers - - -". Muhammad claimed messengers/prophets had been sent from Allah to all times and to all places on Earth - Hadiths mention the number 124ooo. For the prophets he "borrowed" from the Bible this claim clearly is wrong, as the Bible and present-day reality (based on an unbroken tradition and old books) show that their god was Yahweh, and as both science and Islam clearly has proved that the Bible is not falsified. And for all the rest with the single exception of Muhammad, not one single trace from them has been found in any aspect of life, history, religions, traditions, or even fairy tales. Wrong unless Islam proves the opposite.

######A mathematical fact: If we operate with a normal religious time frame, Adam lived something like 5ooo years before the claimed last prophet, Muhammad. If we say that Hadiths' number 124ooo had been correct, and that each of them worked for 25 years, there all the time from Adam till Muhammad should be on average 620 active prophets working for Allah around the world (more than 3 in every country during all those thousands of years). None of them (except the old Jewish ones - really working for Yahweh) left one single trace anywhere on the entire Earth. Even if you reckon the entire age of Homo Sapiens - 160ooo-200ooo years - there in case during all these eons have been 15-20 prophets working all the time. But no trace from them or a religion like Islam, a god like Allah - or a book like the Quran.

Believe it if you are able to.

183 10/103c: "- - - thus it is fitting on Our (Allah's*) part that We should deliver those who believe!" Yes, it is very fitting - especially if all Muslims have been led by the nose by a deceiver. But the old fact: The claim only is possible if Allah exists and in addition is a god of some standing (and not f.x. from the dark forces like among other things his partly immoral moral code, his dishonesty, his lust for and inhuman rules for war and blood, and his partly unjust laws, may indicate).

184 10/104c: "- - - Allah - Who will take your (peoples'*) souls (at death) - - -". One more of the easy claims any believer can make on behalf of his god(s) as long as no proof is necessary. But what is the connection between the soul and resurrection in body is never explained in the Quran - actually not even clearly what the soul is. - And it is never proved if Allah is even involved in these processes - if they exists.

###185 10/104e: "- - - I (Muhammad*) am commanded - - -". Was he really commanded, or did he make up things himself - alone or by means of helpers like contemporary rumors told. And if he was commanded - fully or partly - then by whom? - a sick brain (TLE - temporal Lobe Epilepsy - like modern medical science believe) or by dark forces like his new religion may indicate? What is 110% sure is that no omniscient god ever was involved in a book of a quality like the Quran, and even more sure: No good and benevolent god ever was involved in an immoral, unjust and inhuman war, apartheid, and distaste/hate religion like Islam - not to mention revered a book of a quality like the Quran in his home.

186 10/105a: "- - - (the*) Religion with true piety - - -". Islam only has true piety if the Quran is from a god.

####187 10/106a: "Nor call on any, other than Allah - - -". Why call on Allah when the Quran is very clear on that nobody and nothing - which includes prayers - can change his predestined Plan, and thus that also prayers just is a waste of time and effort which can have no effect?! That prayers can have effect is a contradiction "par excellence" if it is true that Allah predestines everything and does so according to an unchangeable Plan. One of the most serious of the many contradictions in the Quran in case. (And if predestination is not true, where then is Islam?)

188 10/106b: "- - - such (other gods than Allah*) will neither profit thee (humans*) nor hurt thee - - -". But as the Quran is not from a god - too many mistakes, etc. - the question is: Does this also go for Allah - if he exists?

189 10/106d: "(If you call on another god than Allah) "you (a human*) shalt certainly be of those who do wrong". This not proved statement only is correct if the Quran is from a god and in addition tells the full truth and only the truth. AND IF THERE IS NO OTHER REAL GOD.

190 10/107a: This verse contains some more of the many, many, never proved claims you find in the Quran about Allah - claims any person in any religion as easily and as cheaply can use for his own god(s). Invalid/wrong claims unless Islam proves the opposite.

191 10/107d: "- - - He (Allah*) causeth it (a benefit*) to reach whomsoever of His servants He pleaseth". As the servants of the claimed god Allah go by the made up (or at least not from a god) book the Quran, they clearly are on wrong tracks and in a doubtful religion. What then if f.x. Yahweh - a god even the Quran admits exists, even though it wrongly mixes him up with Allah - opposes the delivery of a benefit? Also see 10/107a above.

192 10/108c: “Now truth (the Quran*) hath reached you from your Lord (Allah*)”. No book of a quality like the Quran is from a god.

193 10/108d: "- - - truth - - -". See 2/2b above. And also 13/1g and 40/75 below.

194 10/108h: “- - - those (“infidels”*) who stray, do so for their own loss, and I (Muhammad*) am (not set) over you to arrange your affair.” Not yet - he did not have the power to do so. But later when he got the power, Muhammad did not only want them to arrange their own affairs – then he wanted them to become Muslims and soldier, so that they could strengthen his own affairs of war and power. This verse is contradicted and often “killed” by at least these verses: 2/191, 2/193, 3/28, 3/85, 3/148, 4/81, 4/90, 5/33, 5/72, 5/73, 8/12, 8/38-39 (the warning), 8/39, 8/60, 9/3, 9/5, 9/14, 9/23, 9/29, 9/33, 9/73, 9/123, 25/36, 25/52, 33/61, 33/73, 35/36, 47/4, 66/9. This includes many advising or permitting political, social, economical, etc. compulsion (with the sword in the background if you protest) – we mention a few here: 3/28, 3/85, 3/148, 4/81, 5/72, 5/73, 9/23, 14/7, 15/3, 33/73, 35/36. They are all quoted under 2/256. (At least 29 contradictions).

195 10/109b: "- - - the inspiration (the Quran - much was claimed received "by inspiration"*) sent unto thee (Muhammad*) - - -". But who in case sent it? - with all those errors it was not from a god. Then remains dark forces/the devil, an illness like TLE (temporal Lobe Epilepsy) like medical expertise believes, or humans - or he himself made up both the verses and the claim that they were sent.

#196 10/109c: "- - - inspiration - - -". It may be worth mentioning that in spite of Muhammad's as normal never documented claims about the opposite, Yahweh in the Bible never uses transfer of information by inspiration. The word is not even mentioned in such a connection in the Bible - not once. Yahweh only used direct contact, visions or dreams. (But as Muhammad claimed he got much of his "information"(?) via inspiration, he many places in the Quran claims - without documentation - that also the old Biblical prophets got information that way. A claim which might make Muhammad look more like a normal prophet.)

197 10/109d: "- - - He (Allah*) is the Best to decide." Only if he exists and if the Quran is from a god - and if Allah in addition is a god (and Allah f.x. not from the dark forces - - - if he as questioned exists).

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Not formed like questions for proofs, but what needs to be proved normally easy to see all the same. And: References you do not find here, go to "1000+ Comments on the Quran".


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