1000+ Comments on the Quran: Surah 25 -- Al-Furkan (The Criterion)

Revelation: Mecca, 614 - 615 AD

(See general comments on Surahs here: Introduction)


 

The quotes and comments

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 captured - and see if you agree. Always when there is a distance between words and corresponding demands and deeds, we personally believe in the demands and deeds. Glorious words are cheap, demands and deeds 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 25/1a: "Blessed is He (Allah*) who sent down the Criterion (the Quran*) - - -". No god sent down a book with his many mistakes, contradictions, cases of invalid logic, unclear language, etc., not to mention reveres it in his own "home" as the "mother book" (13/39, 43/4, 85/21-22).

003 25/1b: (YA:3054): “Blessed is He (Allah*) Who has sent down the Criterion to His servant - - -.” The pronoun in “yaquna” may refer to Furqan (= The Criterion = the name of this surah) or to the “’Abd” (“the Holy Prophet” (Muhammad*)). In the last case it will mean: “- - - sent down the Holy Prophet - - -“. Clear language in the Quran? And in addition:

Muhammad was not even a real prophet. The definition of a prophet is a person who:

Have the gift of and close enough connection to a god for making prophesies.

Makes prophesies that always or at least mostly come true.

Makes so frequent and/or essential prophesies, that it is a clear part of his mission.

A few things Muhammad said, came true – like it has to do for a person saying many things through many years – and most of what he said which did not come true, was forgotten (also this is what normally happens if it is nothing spectacular). But he did not see the future correctly often - actually he statistically and according to the laws of probability should have "hit the mark" far more often by sheer chance than he did - there just are a few cases where Muslims will claim he foretold something correctly, and few if any of them are "perfect hits". But then the Quran makes it pretty clear that even though he was intelligent, he had little fantasy and that he also was nearly unable to make innovative thinking (nearly all his tales and his ideas in reality were "borrowed" ones - though often twisted to fit his new religion).

The main things here are that Muhammad never indicated that anything of what he said was meant as prophesies, that he never indicated, not to mention claimed, that he had the gift of prophesying, that it nowhere is documented that all/most of what he said about the future came true (point 2 above), and finally that both he and Islam said and says that there were no miracles connected to Muhammad “except the Quran”; prophesying is a kind of miracle -seeing what has not yet happened). (This last fact also is a solid proof for that all the miracles connected to Muhammad mentioned in the Hadiths, are made up stories). Also see 30/40a and 30/46a, and we also should add that his favorite wife (and infamous child wife) Aishah according to Hadiths (f. ex. Al-Bukhari) states that anyone saying Muhammad could foresee things, were wrong.

Verse 7/188b also is very relevant here: "If I (Muhammad*) has knowledge of the Unseen (= what is hidden and what has not happened yet*), I should have - - -". IT IS VERY CLEAR THAT MUHAMMAD DID NOT HAVE THE PROPHETS' ABILITY TO SEE "THE UNSEEN" - he was no real prophet.

Also relevant here is that the original title of the Jewish prophets was not "prophet" but "seer" - one who saw at least parts of the unseen. (F. ex. 1. Sam. 9/9, 1. Chr. 26/28, 1.Chr.29/29, Amos 7/12, Mic. 3/7 - some places the two titles even are used side by side). Muhammad so definitely was no seer - prophet - even according to his own words; he had no "knowledge of the unseen".

***And this is a fact no Muslim will admit: Muhammad in reality simply was no real prophet or seer. Perhaps a messenger for someone or something or for himself – or perhaps an apostle – but not a real prophet. He only “borrowed” that impressive and imposing title. It is up to anyone to guess why.

004 25/1c: "- - - His (Allah's*) servant (Muhammad*) - - -". Can an omniscient god have had a servant giving his followers so much wrong information and facts?

005 25/1d: "- - - an admonition to all creatures - - -". Admonition? - with that much of mistakes, contradictions, invalid logic, unclear language, immoral "moral" etc. - and clearly not from a god?006 25/2a: "To Him (Allah*) belongs the dominion of the heavens (plural and wrong*) and the earth - - -". This must be told a couple of dozen times in the Quran, but never documented - any priest in any religion can say the same as long as he can evade all questions for proof. Invalid claim.

007 25/2b: "To Him (Allah*) belongs the dominion of the heavens (plural and wrong*) and the earth - - -". Contradicted by the Bible, which says it belongs to Yahweh, not to Allah. Also see 67/9c below - a strong one. But of course it is ok for Islam to prove - prove - the Bible wrong and the Quran right. But as we say: Prove, not just loose claims and as loose and invalid words like the Quran always use instead of proofs. Also see 67/9c below - a strong one. But of course it is ok for Islam to prove - prove - the Bible wrong and the Quran right. But as we say: Prove, not just loose claims and as loose and invalid words like the Quran always use instead of proofs.

008 25/2c: “- - - heavens - - -“. Plural and wrong. See 2/22d. 

009 25/2d: “- - - no son has He (Allah*) begotten - - -”. If Allah is another god than Yahweh, this may be correct. If Islam insists Allah is just another name for Yahweh (which it cannot be, because too many fundamental aspects of the teachings are too different) it may be another question, as Jesus frequently called Yahweh his father in front of many witnesses. The word “Father” is used at least 204 times in the Bible for Yahweh’s relationship to Jesus, and “son” at least 87 times for Jesus’ relationship to Yahweh according to our last leafing through the Bible - and we still hardly have found all. Roughly half the times it is said by Jesus - a reliable person also according to the Quran.

*010 25/2e: “- - - nor has He (Allah*) a partner in his dominion - - -”. Well, if Allah should happen to be just another name for Yahweh: In the very old Hebrew religion there was a female deity - Yahweh’s Amat (woman or wife). (Source: New Scientist among others). In the very masculine society there, she simply was forgotten. And then there is the question of Jesus and of the Holy Spirit, which even the Quran mentions a few (3?) times - are they a kind of partners? At least underlings. (But here it most likely means no wife/woman, and thus no mother for Jesus.)

011 25/2f: "- - - it is He (Allah*) who created all things - - -". See 6/2b, 7/158i and 21/56c above.

012 25/2g: "- - - in due proportions". Given them size, shape, and functions.

013 25/3a: Made up gods are no good. But a reminder: Allah has never been really proved to be any better. Muhammad never had anything but undocumented claims to give to people. And Muhammad was a very dubious character according to claimed facts in central Islamic literature - far from the semi-saint Muslims like to claim.

014 25/3b: "- - - besides Him (Allah*) - - -". Mostly wrong - the correct mostly was and is "instead of him". By his choice of words, Muhammad indicates that also non-Muslims pray to Allah, but to other gods in addition. This is wrong. With few exceptions they prayed and pray only to their own god(s) - f.x. Yahweh. (In Arabia in the old time this included f.x. al-Lah).

015 25/3c: "- - - gods that can create nothing - - -". Just this one we think is an interesting one, as Allah never proved his ability neither to create or to recreate anything himself - there only are empty words and as empty claims.

016 25/3d: "- - - gods that can create nothing, but are themselves created; that have no control of hurt or good to themselves - - -". But the irony here is that the Quran here blames other gods for defects it is likely also Allah has - if he exists - as there is not one single known proved incident during all the time Homo Sapiens has existed on Earth, where Allah has done anything of this. A very good proof for this is Islam's silence about such proved cases. Claims yes, proved cases no.

017 25/3e "- - - hurt - - - good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this - at least when using them in the non-physical meaning - it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

018 25/3f: "- - - nor can they control Death nor Life nor Resurrection". See 25/3c+d just above + 7/158i and 21/56c+d further up.

019 25/4a: "But the Misbelievers say (about Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

020 25/4b: "But the Misbelievers say: "Naught is this but a lie which he (Muhammad*) has forged - - -". Already then some people saw that things might be seriously wrong - but Muhammad became military too strong. (Arabia to a large degree was won for Islam by the sword (and not only Arabia)).

021 25/4c: “But the Misbelievers say: ’Naught is this but a lie which he (Muhammad*) has forged - - -". How could this end up in the claimed "Mother Book" (of which the Quran is a copy according to Muhammad) billions of years before it was said or happened? One more of the many texts or quotes in the Quran which could not have been reliably written into the claimed "Mother Book" (13/39b, 43/4b+c, 85/21-22) in Heaven (of which the Quran is claimed to be a copy) eons ago, unless predestination was and is 100% like the Quran claims many places (if you look, you will find more cases than we mention - we only mention some of the obvious ones). If man has free will - even partly only (an expression some Muslims use to flee from the problem full predestination contra free will for man (and also contra that there is no meaning in praying to Allah for help, if everything already is predestined in accordance with a plan "nobody and nothing can change" - a problem which Muslims seldom mention), and an expression no Muslim we have met has ever defined) - and can change his mind, full and reliable clairvoyance about the future, not to mention the distant future, is impossible even for a god, as the man always could/can change his mind or his words once more, in spite of Islam's claims. There are at least 3 reasons - 2 of them unavoidable - for this:

When something is changed, automatically the future is changed.

The laws of chaos will be at work and change things, if even a tiny part is made different.

The so-called "Butterfly Effect"; "a butterfly flapping its wing in Brazil may cause a storm in China later on" or "a small bump may overturn a big load".

This that Allah predestines everything like the Quran claims and states many places, is an essential point, because besides totally removing the free will of man (in spite of the Quran's claims of such free will, or some Muslims' adjusted "partly free will for man" - to adjust the meanings where the texts in the Quran are wrong, is typical for Islam and its Muslims) - it also removes the moral behind Allah's punishing (and rewarding) persons for what they say and do - Allah cannot reward or punish people for things he himself has forced them to say or do, and still expect to be believed when he (Muhammad?) claims to be a good or benevolent or moral or just god. Also see 2/51b and 3/24a above.

And as mentioned above, full predestination also makes prayers to Allah meaningless, as everything already is predestined according to Allah's Plan - a Plan which no prayer ("nobody and nothing") can change.

Also see 3/154e, 6/149a, 7/34a, and 14/22b above.

022 25/4d: “But the Misbelievers say: ’Naught is this but a lie which he has forged, and others have helped him at it.’" There was a persistent rumor that he had one or more helpers who helped him making up the stories and the religion - Arabs or foreigners. Even names were mentioned.

016a 25/4e: “But the Misbelievers say: ’Naught is this but a lie which he has forged, and others have helped him at it.’ In truth it is they who have put forward an iniquity and a falsehood”. With this many mistakes in the Quran, it is a very open question if it is the misbelievers who have put forward a falsehood. It might even be Muhammad. The Quran at least is not from an omniscient god - too many mistakes, etc.

023 25/4f: "- - - Misbelievers - - -". One of Muhammad's many negative tales for non-Muslims.

024 25/4g: "in truth it is they (the skeptics*) who have put forward an inequity and a falsehood". All the mistakes, contradictions, etc. in the Quran indicates that at least some of their suspicions were true.

025 25/4h: "In truth - - -". See 2/2b and 13/1g above.

026 25/4i: "- - -an iniquity and a falsehood". At least the skeptics were right when they said Muhammad told old stories - more or less all stories in the Quran were stories know in the old Arabia, just twisted some to fit Muhammad's new religion. No god would have to rely on old stories, even often with wrong facts. The skeptics also were right in that there could be no god behind the religion - no god ever was behind a claimed holy book so full of mistakes, etc.

027 25/4j: "- - - an inequity and a falsehood". See 2/2b above.

028 25/5a: "And they (the Misbelievers*) say (to Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

029 25/5b: "And they (the Misbelievers*) say (to Muhammad*): 'Tales of the ancient'". See 25/4c above.

030 25/5c: "- - - tales of the ancient - - -". This is correct - more or less everything in the Quran is older tales Muhammad "borrowed" and then twisted some to adjust them for his new religion. No god would have needed to do this + if a god did need to do so, he had not taken only from in and around Arabia at the time of Muhammad, if he intended to make a book for all people and all times. Not to mention he had not made large quantities of mistakes, contradictions, invalid logic, unclear language, etc. in the book.

031 25/5d: "- - - they (the made up or twisted stories*) are dictated before him (Muhammad*) morning and evening". See 25/4d above.

032 25/6a: “Say: ’The (Quran) was sent down by Him (Allah*) - - -”. Same old question: Can a book with hundreds of mistakes have been sent down by an omniscient god? - and if not: Who composed it? Not an omniscient Allah.

033 25/6b: “Say: ’The (Quran) was sent down by Him (Allah*) Who knows the Mystery (that is) in the heavens (plural and wrong*) and the earth - - -”. If Allah knows everything, then why 2/233h?

034 25/6c: “- - - heavens - - -“. Plural and wrong. See 2/22d.

035 25/6d: "- - - verily - - -". See 2/2b above.

036 25/6e: "- - - He (Allah*) is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful". Not entirely so if he made the surahs from Medina, or the harsh part of Islam's (im)moral code, or the most unjust laws within sharia,

037 25/7a: "And they (the Misbelievers*) say (to Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

038 25/7b: "And they (the Misbelievers*) say (to Muhammad*): 'What sort of - - -'". See 25/4c above.

039 25/7c: "- - - a messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". See 63/5a above.

040 25/7d: "- - - a messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

041 25/7e: "Why were not an angel sent down to him (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad was asked for proofs from very early from both followers and opponents. He never was able to prove anything. And in a way worse: Some of the "explanations" he used for evading the requests for proofs, so obviously were untrue, that an intelligent man like him knew he was lying.

042 25/7f: "- - - give admonition - - -". See 2/2b above.

043 25/8a: "Or (why) has not a treasure been bestowed on him (Muhammad*) - - -". See 25/7a above.

044 25/8b: "- - - on him (Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

045 25/8c: "The wicked - - -". One of Muhammad's many distaste inducing names for non-Muslims.

046 25/8d: "The wicked say (about Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

047 25/8e: "The wicked say (about Muhammad*): 'Ye (Muslims*) follow - - -". See 25/4c above.

048 25/8f: "Ye (Muslims*) follow none other than a man bewitched." They may have been right, as persons with mental disorders often were described as bewitched at that time - modern medical expertise suspects Muhammad had Temporal Lobe Epilepsy (TLE). This mental disorder can give just the kind of symptoms and religious "experiences" Muhammad is said to have experienced. (Source among others BBC).

049 25/9a: "See what kind of companions they (the skeptics*) make for thee (Muhammad*)!" This refers to the - often named - helpers the skeptics told - right or wrong - Muhammad had.

050 25/9b: "See what kind of companions they (the skeptics*) make for thee (Muhammad*)!" A historical anomaly.

051 25/9c: "See what kind of companions they (the skeptics*) make for thee (Muhammad*)!" See 25/4c above.

052 25/9d: "But they (skeptics*) have gone astray - - -". But they also easily may have been right - see 25/8f above.

053 25/9e: "- - - never a way (to Paradise) will they (skeptics to Muhammad*) be able to find!" If Islam is a made up religion - f.x. by Muhammad partly inspired by an illness (see 25/8b above) - the skeptics stand a better chance so find such a way if it exists, than any Muslim, Muhammad and al-Ghazali included. Because what is sure, is that the Quran with all its errors is not from any god - Allah or a baby one or any other. No omniscient god makes mistakes or contradictions, etc. and so absolutely not by the hundreds and more.

054 25/10a: "Blessed is He (Allah*) - - -". See 1/1a above and see if you think he deserves it - if he exists.

055 25/10b: "Blessed is He (Allah*) Who - - - could give thee (people*) better (things) than those - - -". The word "those" here refers to "the wicked" in 25/8-9 above.

056 25/10c: "Blessed is He (Allah*) Who - - - could give thee (people*) better (things) than those - - -". Often claimed, but there never was a proved case where Allah gave anything to anybody.

057 25/10d: "- - - if it were His (Allah's*) Will - - -". Similar sentences you find many places in the Quran - they resemble the bluffs one sometimes hears from children and others needing to impress others, but are unable to do so in reality. The thought provoking fact is that it never - never - was Allah's will. Also see 14/19d above.

058 25/10e: "- - - and He (Allah*) could give thee (Muslims*) - - -". See 25/10a just above.

059 25/10f: "- - - Gardens beneath which rivers flow - - -". The Quran's Paradise. See 10/9f above. Also the most frequently used Arabism in the Quran.

060 25/10g: "- - - (if it were his will*) He (Allah*) could give thee (Muslims*) Palaces - - -". See 14/19d and 25/10d above.

061 25/11a: "Nay, they (opponents of Muhammad*) deny - - -". See 25/4c above.

062 25/11b: "- - - the Hour (of the Judgment to come) - - -" The Day of Doom.

063 25/11c: "- - - a Blazing Fire - - -". see 3/77b above.

064 25/11d: "We (Allah*) have prepared a Blazing Fire for such (non-Muslims*) - - -". Is this a slip of the tongue confirming that Allah also is the real master of Hell?

065 25/11e: "We (Allah*) have prepared a Blazing Fire for such (non-Muslims*) - - -". If he exists and in addition is either a god or a devil (dressed up like Gabriel, Muhammad would not have a chance to see the difference between the dressed up Iblis/the Devil and Gabriel - this even more so as he had never seen Gabriel in case.

066 25/11f: "- - - such as deny the Hour - - -". One of Muhammad's many distance inducing names for non-Muslims.

067 25/11g: "- - - the Hour". The Day of Doom.

068 25/12a: "When it sees them from far off - - -". Some Muslims say "it" her refers to the death, but most likely it means the Hell-fire.

069 25/12b: "- - - its fury and its raging sigh". The terrifying sounds from the fire of Hell.

070 25/13: “And when they are cast, bound together, into a constricted place therein (Hell*), they will plead for destruction there and then! Hell means to be burnt to death constantly without the possibility to get release from the pain by being destructed. The maximum of sadism. Also see 3/77b above.

071 25/14: "This day plead not for a single destruction: plead for destruction oft-repeated”. According to Muhammad you in Hell get new skin as soon as one is burned through, so that you will never get a release from the horrible pain - there are few pains worse or more intense than the pain from burns (the reason why the old pagans used fire in Hell when they first dreamt up a really sadistic Hell really long ago?). And because of the new skins, you will need/want to be destructed each time, so as to be released from the pain.

072 25/15a: "- - - the eternal Garden - - -". The Quran's Paradise. See 10/9f and 11/108c.

073 25/15b: "- - - the eternal Garden, promised to the righteous?" But what is a promise in a book with so much wrong like in the Quran, and with all its mistakes not from a god, worth?

074 25/15c: "- - - the righteous - - -". Muslims.

075 25/15d: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is compared to the book's own partly immoral moral code.

076 25/16a: "- - - all that they (Muslims*) wish for - - -". See 10/9f.

077 25/16b: "- - - they (Muslims*) will dwell (there (in Paradise*)) for aye - - -". See 11/108c above.

078 25/16c: "- - - a promise - - -". But what is a promise worth in a book with so many errors as in the Quran? - and dictated by a man of doubtful moral believing in the use of al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie), Kitman (the lawful half-truth), deceit ("War is deceit" and "everything" is Jihad), broken words/promises/oaths according to the Quran, and a man wanting power, riches for bribes - and women".

079 25/16d: "- - - a promise to be prayed for from thy (Muslims'*) Lord (Allah*)". But what is the use of praying if everything already is predestined like the Quran unequivocally claims MANY places? - predestined according to a Plan nobody and nothing can change!

080 25/17a: "The Day - - -". The Day of Doom.

081 25/17b: "The Day He (Allah*) will gather them (non-Muslims) together as well as those whom they worship (other gods*) besides Allah, He (Allah*) will ask (the other gods*) - - -". Wrong. Believers in other gods did not worship those gods in addition to Allah, but instead of Allah - they simply did not believe in or even know about Allah. But to say it like this, made Allah more central and big. (There may with some twisting be said there was one exception: The old Arab chief pagan god al-Lah had a name so close to the name Allah, that even when non-Muslim Arabs talked about their old god al-Lah, Muslims could claim they said Allah - dishonest, but sometimes efficient in a debate - - - and Muhammad was not unknown to the use of dishonesty.

082 25/17c: "The Day He (Allah*) will gather them (non-Muslims) together as well as those whom they worship (other gods*) besides Allah, He (Allah*) will ask (the other gods*) - - -". According to the Quran the other gods will be given life on the Day of Doom, to be able to witness against their followers. Nothing is said about what happens to them afterwards, except that they belong in Hell - but are they guilty of Hell as they are made by others and had no will of their own? And why does Allah need such witnesses if he is omniscient and has predestined everything - which must include the making of the other gods and the praying to them, if the Quran tells the truth about predestination and about how Allah predestines absolutely everything?

083 25/17d: "- - - stray from the Path - - -". As no book of a quality like the Quran is from a god, this may be a good idea - perhaps - if that meant that Jews and Christians instead strayed onto "the Narrow Road". ("The Narrow Road" is a biblical expression for the road to (Yahweh's) Paradise).

084 25/17e: "- - - the Path - - -". The road to the Quran's and Islam's Paradise.

085 25/18aa: "Glory to Thee (Allah*)". Read 1/1a above and see if you think he deserves it - if he exists.

086 25/18a: "- - - others (other gods*) besides Thee (Allah*) - - -". Muhammad very often chooses his(?) words in such a way that it sounds like everyone had Allah for a god, but that many had other gods in addition. (This claim makes Allah very big and central - but it only is a never documented claim.) The correct was and is that with the exception of Arabia where they had the pagan god al-Lah which Muhammad renamed a little and claimed was Allah, they had/have one or more god(s) not in addition to Allah but instead of Allah - f. ex. Yahweh.

At it - twisting the truth some between pagan and monotheistic god - could be after a fashion correct and understood like that, this in reality is one more Arabism - and one you meet often in the Quran.

014 42/6a: "- - - take as protectors others (other gods*) besides Him (Allah*) - - -".

087 25/18b: "- - - Thou (Allah*) didst bestow, on them (non-Muslims*) and their fathers good things (in life) - - -". Everything you and all others have are gifts from Allah - even things you have toiled hard for.

088 25/18c: "- - - until they (former Muslims*) forgot the Message - - -". The Quran claims that the religion of Islam has been thought to all people during all times, but that it has been forgotten or falsified, and that Islam and Muhammad meant the resurrection of the one and universal religion. The claim is wrong - neither science nor Islam have ever found traces of a religion even remotely connected to and similar to Islam (except the two connected to the Bible, and in spite of Islamic claims those two - and especially Christianity - are fundamentally so different on central points that they clearly never were like Islam. This even more so as the Islamic claim about falsified Bible also clearly is wrong, according to science and to Islam.) But never try to tell facts they do not like to strongly religious persons. They all the same believe only what they wish to believe, and bagatelles like facts or truth do not interest them at all.

089 25/18d: "- - - the Message - - -". The Quran (or earlier copies claimed given to earlier prophets).

090 25/18e: "- - - they (non-Muslims*) were a people (worthless and) lost". One of Muhammad's many repulsive descriptions of non-Muslims. But there is another aspect of this claim: What about Muslims if Allah is a made up god? - and even more so if there somewhere exists a real god they have been prohibited to look for (such prohibition is a fact in the Quran - logical if Allah f.x. is part of the dark forces).

091 25/18f: "- - - worthless - - -". Beware that Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

092 25/19a: "Allah will say): 'Now they (the false gods*) have proved you (non-Muslims*) liars - - -". A not documented claim in a made up speech in a book dictated by a morally very doubtful person liking power and riches - at least for bribes - and women. You are free to believe what you want.

093 25/19b: "- - - proved - - -". Why did an omniscient god need profs? - would the people not believe his words?

094 25/19c: "- - - wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

095 25/19d: "- - - a grievous Penalty". See 3/77b above.

096 25/20a: “And the messengers whom We (Allah*) sent before thee, were all (men) - - -.”

Well: In that case these are wrong – or contradictions:

3/42: “Behold the angels (plural*) said (when they came to tell Mary she was going to have the baby Jesus*)”.

6/130: “O ye assembly of Jinns and men! Came there not unto you messengers (from Us, Allah*) from amongst you - - -.” A rhetoric question demanding the answer “yes” – yes, there came Jinn messengers from Allah to the Jinns, and human messenger from Allah to the humans.

11/69: “There came Our (Allah’s*) Messengers to Abraham - - -“. It is clear from the following verses that these messengers were angels.

11/77: “When Our (Allah’s*) Messengers (it is clear from the text they were angles – they f. ex ate no food*) came to Lut (Lot*) - - -.”

11/81: “(The Messengers (angels from Allah*)) said: O Lut (Lot*)! We are Messengers from thy Lord!”

19/17b: “- - - We (Allah*) sent to her our angel (singular – to tell Mary she was going to have the baby Jesus*), and he appeared before her as a man in all respects.”

19/19: “He (the angel*) said: ‘Nay, I am only a messenger from thy (Mary’s*) Lord - - -“.

22//75: “Allah chooses Messengers from both angels and from men - - -“.

There also is the fact that some of the prophets in the Bible (the Bible does not use the title messenger - all are named prophets or seers) were not men but women, f. x. Miriam (sister of Moses - 2.Mos. 15/20), and Huldah (2. Chr. 34/22). One more difference between the Bible and the Quran.

Well, 3/42 - 6/130 - 11/69 – 11/77 – 11/81– 19/17b – 19/19 – 22/75 all say that not all were men. A nice little contradiction to 12/109 – 16/43 – 21/7 – 25/20 which all says all messengers were men.

(8 - 9 contradictions).

097 25/20b: "- - - men who ate food and walked through the streets - - -". In the Quran this is used like proofs for that certain beings could not be angels. The logic is invalid, as if the god could give angels human bodies, he also could give them bodily functions. (Yahweh and the two angels who visited Abraham near Mamre, ate food according to the Bible - 1. Mos. 18/8).

098 25/20c: "- - - a trial - - -". Why does an omniscient, predestining god need to put somebody through a trial? Also see 8/28a above.

099 25/20d: "For Allah is One Who sees (all things)". See 2/233h above.

100 25/21a: "Such as fear not the meeting with Us (Allah*) - - -". Non-Muslims.

101 25/21b: "Such as fear not the meeting with Us (Allah*) - - -". There is little reason for such fear, because it is clear there is no god behind the Quran - too much is wrong in that book.

102 25/21c: "- - -(for Judgment) - - -". = On the Day of Doom.

103 25/21a: "Why are not angels sent down to us (people*) - - -". See 25/7e above.

104 25/21b: "Indeed - - -". See 2/2b above.

105 25/21c: "- - - mighty is the insolence if their (non-Muslims'*) impiety". Not if the Quran is not from a god. And especially not if they in case also happened to believe in a real god - if such one exists.

106 25/21d: "- - - impiety - - -". = Not believing in Allah and Muhammad - every other belief is impiety, according to the Quran.

107 25/22a: "The Day they see the angels - no joy will there be to the sinners that Day - - -". It is indicated here and directly said at least one other place in the Quran that there will be no angels on Earth until the Day of Doom. But this is strongly contradicted by several places telling about much traffic of angels between the Heaven and Earth - sometimes they even are seen by humans. F.x. see 25/20a+b above.

108 25/22b: "- - - sinners - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, than in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exists.

109 25/22c: "- - - that Day - - -". The Day of Doom.

110 25/22d: "There is a barrier forbidden (to you (sinners*)) altogether". It is likely this somewhat unclear sentence means: "It is forbidden for you to cross into Paradise, because of your sins".

Would an omniscient god addressing also the uneducated and the little intelligent ones, use unclear language? 

111 25/23: "And We (Allah*) shall turn to whatever deeds they (non-Muslims/sinners*) did (in this life) - - -". According to the Quran your access to Paradise to a large degree will be decided by the balance between your good and bad deeds. If it is not the truth that Allah has predestined everything, also if you will be permitted to enter Paradise.

112 25/24a: "The Companions of the Garden - - -". The good Muslims who will end in Paradise.

113 25/24b: "- - - the Garden - - -". Islam's Paradise. See 10/9f above.

114 25/24c: “The Companions of the Garden will be well, that Day (of Doom*), in their abode, and have the fairest places for repose”. A good future – if true.

115 25/24d: "- - - (Muslims in Paradise will*) have the fairest of places for repose." - - - if the Quran tells the truth and only the truth. (Which is not the case).

116 25/25a: The Day the Heaven shall be rent asunder - - -". The Day of Doom.

117 25/25b: "- - - the heaven shall be rent asunder - - -". How do you "rent asunder" vacuum?

118 25/25c: "- - - the heaven shall be rent asunder with clouds - - -". How do you rent asunder vacuum with clouds? - not to mention if you include the stars, planets, etc., and try to rent them asunder with clouds. Scientifically gobbledygookook. (The word is wrongly spelled on purpose, to show that this "science" is even worse). Any god had known better - who made the Quran?

119 25/26a: "That Day - - -". Here the Day of Doom.

120 25/26b: "That Day - - - shall be (wholly) for (Allah*) - - -". Strongly contradicted by the Bible which says the ruler that day will be Yahweh, not Allah. Also see 67/9c below - a strong one. But of course it is ok for Islam to prove - prove - the Bible wrong and the Quran right. But as we say: Prove, not just loose claims and as loose and invalid words like the Quran always use instead of proofs.

121 25/26c: "- - - right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

122 25/26d: "- - - right and truth - - -". See 2/2b above.

123 25/26f: "- - - (Allah) Most Merciful - - -". See f.x. 1/1a and 25/6e above.

124 25/26g: "- - - Misbelievers - - -". One of Muhammad's many negative names for non-Muslims.

125 25/26h: "- - - Misbelievers - - -". One serious question: If Allah does not exist - and he only exists in the most clearly made up book "the Quran" - who are then the misbelievers? - this especially if there somewhere exists a god - f.x. Yahweh?

126 25/26-29: Punishment for the bad ones. See 3/77b above.

127 25/27a: "The Day - - -". The Day of Doom.

128 25/27b: "- - - wrongdoer - - -". One of Muhammad's many distaste inducing names for non-Muslims.

129 25/27c: "Oh! Would that I (non-Muslim*) had taken a (straight) path with the Messenger (Muhammad*)". Pep-talk for his followers - and a very ordinary kind of such.

130 25/27d: "- - - the (straight) path - - -". Is there a symbolism in the fact that in the Quran it is the easy road ("the straight pat") which leads to Paradise, whereas in the Bible it is the difficult one ("the narrow road")? One possible answer is "populism contra reality", but several others are possible.

131 25/27e: "- - - the Messenger (Muhammad*)". See 63/3a below.

132 25/28a: “Ah! Woe is me (bad Muslim*)! Would that I had never taken such a one (non-Muslim*) for a friend!” One of Muhammad's many negative remarks about non-Muslims.

133 25/28b: “Ah! Woe is me (bad Muslim*)! Would that I had never taken such a one (non-Muslim*) for a friend!” It took 4-5 years from Muhammad started his teachings, till the first time appeared that we have found in the Quran, where Muhammad wants to segregate his group in this way.

134 25/29a: "He (non-Muslim*) did lead me (bad Muslim*) astray from the Message - - -". Bad if Allah exists, was involved in making the Quran, and the Quran tells the full and only the truth. Good if not - this even if there are no other gods, as Islam is a primitive, inhuman and partly immoral religion, not only for the surroundings, but also for Muslims - with a possible exception for the leaders.

135 25/29b: "- - - the Message (the Quran*) (of Allah) - - -". No god sent down the Quran - too much is wrong in that book".

#136 25/29c: "Satan is but a traitor to man". Correct according to any main religion - but was he involved in the making of the Quran? (This is one of the theories about who made the book.) Personally we are reluctant to believe so, as not even a devil would make a book where so much is wrong - he had to know he would be found out and the book loose credence sooner or later. But there is one possibility: May be he got permission from the god to use also this way - making the Quran - to lead people astray, but on the condition that it should be so badly done that intelligent persons had a real chance to see through the deception. To be flippant: Perhaps the god did not want too many stupid persons or persons unable to use their brain into his Paradise?

137 25/30a: "- - - the Messenger - - -" = Muhammad.

138 25/30b: "- - - the Messenger - - -". But see 63/5a below.

139 25/30c: "- - - the Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

140 25/30d: "Truly - - -". See 2/2b above.

141 25/30e: "Truly my (Muhammad's*) people took the Quran for just foolish nonsense". It may look like they were at least partly right - much is wrong in the book.

142 25/30f: (A25/23-24): “Truly my (Muhammad’s) people took this Quran for just foolish nonsense.” Or perhaps it means (translated from Swedish): “My people looks at this Quran as something outdated (which may be put away).” There is a distinction between foolish nonsense and something that may have been ok, but now is outdated (most of Muhammad’s stories in the Quran, were “borrowed” and “adjusted” from older stories.)

143 25/31a: "Thus have We (Allah*) made for every prophet (included Muhammad*) - - -". But Muhammad was no real prophet. The definition of a prophet was a person who could see at least parts of the unseen, and thus a person who:

Has the gift of and close enough connection to a god for making prophesies.

Makes prophesies which always or at least mostly come true.

Makes so frequent and/or essential prophesies, that it is a clear part of his mission.

A few things Muhammad said, came true – like it has to do for any person saying many things through many years – and most of what he said which did not come true, was forgotten (also this is what normally happens if it is nothing spectacular). But he did not guess the future correctly often - actually he statistically and according to the laws of probability should have "hit the mark" far more often by sheer chance than he did - there just are a few cases where Muslims will claim he foretold something correctly, and few if any of them are "perfect hits". But then the Quran makes it pretty clear that even though he was intelligent, he had little fantasy, and that he also was nearly unable to make innovative thinking (nearly all his tales and his ideas in reality were "borrowed" ones - though often twisted to fit his new religion).

The main things here are that Muhammad never indicated that anything of what he said was meant as prophesies, that he never indicated, not to mention claimed, that he had the gift of prophesying - of "seeing the unseen" - that it nowhere is documented that all/most of what he said about the future came true (point 2 above), and finally that both he and Islam said and says that Muhammad was unable to see the unseen (extra revealing here is that the old Biblical title for a prophet, was "a seer" - one who saw the unseen (f.x. 1. Sam. 9/9)) and also that Islam even today admits there were no miracles connected to Muhammad “except the Quran” (prophesying is a kind of miracle - seeing what has not yet happened). (This fact that Islam admits there were no miracles connected to Muhammad "except the revelation of the Quran" also is a solid proof for that all the miracles connected to Muhammad mentioned in the Hadiths, are made up stories - but all the same many a mullah and imam and scholar use these stories, which Islam admits are made up ones, as "proofs" for that Muhammad had supernatural powers and was a prophet. Honesty is not the strong side of Muslim religious leaders.) Also see 30/40a and 30/46a, and we also should add that his favorite wife (and infamous child wife) Aishah according to Hadiths (f.x. Al-Bukhari) stated that anyone saying Muhammad could foresee things, were wrong.

Verse 7/188b also is very relevant here: "If I (Muhammad*) had knowledge of the Unseen (= what is hidden or what has not happened yet*), I should have - - -". IT IS VERY CLEAR THAT MUHAMMAD DID NOT HAVE THE PROPHETS' ABILITY TO SEE "THE UNSEEN" - he was no real prophet. Similar in 6/50a, 7/188b, 10/20c+d, 10/49a+b, and 72/26. 

As mentioned: Also relevant here is that the original title of the Jewish prophets as mentioned was not "prophet" but "seer" - one who saw at least parts of the unseen. (F.x. 1. Sam. 9/9#, 1. Sam. 9/11, 1. Sam. 9/18, 1. Sam. 9/19, 2. Kings. 17/13, 1. Chr. 9/22, 1. Chr. 26/28, 1. Chr. 29/29, 2. Chr. 9/29, 2. Chr. 16/7, 2. Chr.16/10, 2. Chr. 19/2, 2. Chr. 29/25, Amos 7/12, Mic. 3/7 - some places the two titles even are used side by side). Muhammad thus so definitely was no seer - prophet - even according to his own words; he had no "knowledge of the unseen". One more proof for that he was not in the same line - not to say league - as Jesus, if the Bible and/or the Quran tell the truth about Jesus on this point.

Many liked - and like - the title prophet, and there have been made other definitions for this title - the most common of these are "one who brings messages from a god", or "one who represents a god", or "one who acts/talks on behalf of a god". But the fact remains: Without being able to prophesy, he or she is no real prophet. A messenger for someone or something - ok. An apostle - ok. But not a real prophet.

***This is a fact no Muslim will admit: Muhammad in reality simply was no real prophet or seer. Perhaps a messenger for someone or something or for himself – or perhaps an apostle – but not a real prophet. He only “borrowed” that impressive and imposing title. It is up to anyone to guess why.

Also see 30/40h below.

144 25/31b: "- - - sinners - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, than in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exists.

145 25/31c: "- - - but enough is thy (Muhammad's/Muslims'*) Lord (Allah*) to guide and to help." There has not in 1400 years been even one documented case of guidance or help from Allah. Lots of claims, but not one documented case.

146 25/31d: "- - - guide - - -". No guide is reliable if he relies on a guidebook full of errors. Also see 2/2b above.

147 25/32a: "Those who reject Faith - - -". One of Muhammad's many distance inducing names for non-Muslims.

148 25/32b: "Those who reject Faith say (to Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

149 25/32c: "Those who reject Faith say (to Muhammad*): 'Why is not - - -'". See 25/4c above.

150 25/32d: "- - - Faith - - -". Islam - only Islam is faith in the Quran.

#151 25/32e: "Why is not the Quran revealed to him (Muhammad*) all at once?)" If it had really been a god behind the book, there had been big pluses with revealing all at once - now f.x. believers had to wait up to 23 years for the verses. If it on the other hand was f.x. Muhammad who made the verses, it is much easier to understand why it came little by little when new situations emerged. It also is much easier to understand all the trying and failing, and the sudden and marked change in the religion from rather peaceful to a robber baron and war religion around 622 - 624 AD. The explanation given in this verse, simply and obviously is an explanation of convenience.

152 25/32f: "- - - revealed - - -". Was the Quran really revealed? - and in case by whom? A god is impossible - too much is wrong in the book. Then remains dark forces, an illness (f. ex. TLE - Temporal Lobe Epilepsy), or a cold brain.

153 25/32g: "- - - stages, gradually". But always after things had happened, so that it f.x. could help Muhammad in a fix or give weight to his decisions. An omniscient god had sent the verses in advance so that one could have been prepared or even avoided the problems.

154 25/33a: "And no question do they (people*) bring thee (Muhammad*) but We (Allah*) reveal to thee the truth and the best explanation (thereof)". But always afterwards, instead of before, so that problems could have been evaded - - - and not until after Muhammad was aware of that there was a problem (a coincidence?) Also see 25/32g just above.

155 25/33b: “- - - We (Allah*) reveal to thee (Muhammad or the Muslims*) - - -”. Did a god reveal a book with that many mistakes, contradictions, loose statements and invalid “signs” and “proofs”? No.

156 25/33c: “- - - We (Allah*) reveal to thee (Muhammad or the Muslims*) the truth - - -”. At most bits and pieces of the "revelation" (the Quran) are true - see all the mistaken facts, contradictions, and other mistakes - f.x. linguistic ones, and not unlikely religious ones as they should make no exception.

157 25/33d: “- - - We (Allah) reveal to thee (Muhammad or the Muslims) the truth and the best explanations (thereof).” The best explanations are never - never - built on a lot of mistaken facts. The Quran also many places states that belief in Islam is built on intelligence, intellectual capacity, and knowledge. Is it?

Sometimes it seems like it is built on sheer blind belief and suppression of the true facts. (“The Message of the Quran” even tells that it is primitive not to be able to see that the Quran is made of a god, without any proofs - and another place that it is a no good believer who search for real proofs. The sorry truth is that it is primitive and naïve to believe only because something is said or written. Words are cheap.)

A book with lots of mistakes, contradictions, twisted arguments, as twisted logic, and dictated by a man of very suspect morality, defending and enlarging his platform of power – his self-proclaimed religion – is no reliable guidance and of suspected truth. More proofs are strongly needed to make this believable.

158 25/34a: "Those who will be gathered to Hell - - -". One of Muhammad's more harsh names for non-Muslims.

159 25/34b: "- - - an evil plight (for non-Muslims*) - - -". See 3/77b above.

160 25/34c: "- - - as to Path, most astray (to Hell)". Yes, but as the Quran is not from a god, this "guide-book" is wrong, and perhaps this path does not really lead to Hell, at least not for all.

161 25/35a: “- - - We sent Moses the Book - - -”. Wrong. The Torah (containing those books) was written some hundreds years later according to science - may be as much as 400 - 800 years later. (Moses got the 10 commandments in writing + the law verbally and wrote it down himself later, according to the Bible - this sometimes was called The Book of Covenance. The law became part of the Books of Moses.)

162 25/35b: “- - - Moses - - -”. A historical anomaly.

163 25/35c: “- - - Aaron - - -”. A historical anomaly.

164 25/36a: “’Go ye both (Moses and Aaron - remember that Islam claims Allah is the same god as Yahweh - what Yahweh did, consequently Allah did*), to the people (the people of Egypt*) who have rejected our Signs’. And those (people) We destroyed with utter destruction”. Some more mass murder. Besides it was not the people of Egypt who were destroyed, only a part of their army.

165 25/36b: “’Go ye both (Moses and Aaron*) to the people who have rejected our Signs’. And those (people) We (Allah*) destroyed with utter destruction.” A clear message: Kill. This verse contradicts (and abrogates) at least these milder verses (here are 88 out of the 124 Muslim scholars say are abrogated by f. ex. 9/5): 2/109, 2/190, 2/256, 2/272, 3/20, 4/62, 4/81, 4/90, 5/3, 5/28, 5/48, 5/99, 6/60, 6/66, 6/70, 6/104, 6/107, 6/112, 6/158, 7/87, 7/188, 7/193, 7/199, 8/61, 9/68, 10/41, 10/99, 10/102, 10/108, 11/12, 11/121, 13/40, 15/3, 15/94, 16/35, 16/82, 16/125, 16/126, 16/127, 17/54, 18/29, 18/56, 19/39, 20/130, 21/107, 21/112, 22/49, 22/68, 23/54, 23/96, 24/54, 26/216, 27/92, 28/50, 28/55, 29/18, 29/46, 32/30, 34/25, 34/28, 35/23, 35/24a, 36/17, 39/41, 41/34, 42/6, 42/15, 42/48, 43/83, 43/89, 44/59, 45/14, 46/9, 46/135a, 46/135b, 46/135b, 50/39, 50/45, 51/50-51, 51/54, 52/45, 52/47, 53/29, 67/26, 73/10, 73/11, 79/45, 86/17, 88/22, 109/6. They are all quoted under 9/5. (At least 91 contradictions).

166 25/36c: "- - - the people (the Egyptians*) who have rejected our (Allah's*) Signs - - -". This is not a motif or even mentioned in the Bible".

167 25/36d: “- - - our (Allah's*) Sign - - -.” Invalid as proof for Allah. See 2/39b above.

168 25/37a: “And the people of Noah - - -". > historical anomaly.

169 25/37b: “And the people of Noah - - - We (Allah*) drowned them - - -”. See 25/36a and 25/36b above.

170 25/37c: “- - - a Sign - - -.” Invalid as proof for Allah. See 2/39b above.

171 25/37d: "- - - We (Allah') have prepared for (all) wrongdoers a grievous Penalty". Who wants to befriend such people? (It is easy to forget that it only is true if Allah exists and is a major god - and if the Quran in addition has described him correctly.)

172 25/37e: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Normally a - somewhat loaded - Quranic word for non-Muslims.

173 25/37f: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

174 25/37g: "- - - grievous Penalty - - -". See 3/77b above.

175 25/38a: "- - - 'Ad and Thamud - - -". 2 tribes from old Arab folklore. They may or may not have existed. Islam will have to prove what is told about them in the Quran, as there exists no reliable source of information about them.

176 25/38b: (YA3094): “- - - the Companions of the Rass - - -.” “The Rass may mean “an old well” or “a shallow water-pit” or be connected to “the burial of the dead” or it may be the name of a town or a place. Islam is at a loss what people here is meant – the Quran simply is too unclear.

177 25/38-39a: “- - - also ’Ad and Thamud and the People of the Rass - - -". 3 historical anomalies.

178 25/38-39b: “- - - also ’Ad and Thamud and the People of the Rass (3 large tribes “borrowed” from Arab folklore, except one does not know who "the People of the Rass" refers to*), and many generations between them - - - and each one We (Allah*) broke to utter annihilation - - -”. It is not easy for Yahweh/God to compete with all this wholesale slaughter, even if Yahweh was a bit bloody until the Jews had found their home and for some time after that.

179 25/39a: "- - - and each one ('Ad, Thamud, the Rass*) We (Allah*) broke to utter annihilation (for their sins)". There were ruins and there were folk tales about former tribes in and around Arabia. Muhammad claimed they were all from people destroyed because of sins against Allah. Science points to other possibilities in a harsh and warlike area.

180 25/39b: "- - - (- - - sins) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, than in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exists.

#181 25/40a: "And the (unbelievers) must indeed have passed the town on which was rained a shower of evil: did they then not see it (with their own eyes)?". This is plainly wrong. It refers to Sodom and/or Gomorrah, and nobody knows where they lay - if they ever existed (except that if they once existed, it was in the region of the Dead Sea). It therefore was and is impossible for anyone to see the towns "with their own eyes". It also is impressive that Yusuf Ali hides this mistake in the Quran by saying (YA3095): "The site lies on the highway between Arabia and Syria". But you can bet high money on 2 things: If this had been true -- there had been 100,000 tourists a year.

- the site had been on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.

This is the kind of dishonesty we all the time have to sort out when we work with Islamic sources - even heavy names like Abdullah Yusuf Ali. Everything has to be checked. Al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie) etc. not only is permitted, but advised "if necessary" to defend or forward Islam. (And this is the main reason why you should check all claims or "facts" given by refuters of our and other books: Al-Taqiyya and its brothers are busy at work and makes any claimed information from Muslims and Islam unreliable - - - but blind believers happy).

182 25/40b: "- - - the (unbelievers) - - -". One of Muhammad's many negative names for non-Muslims.

183 25/41a: "When they (skeptics*) see thee (Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

184 25/41b: "When they (skeptics*) see thee (Muhammad*), they treat thee - - -". See 25/4c above.

185 25/41c: "Is this (Muhammad*) the one whom Allah has sent as a messenger?" May well be Allah sent him, but in that case Allah neither was an omniscient god, nor a good or benevolent god. Too many mistakes in his teaching, too much hate and blood and stealing and inhumanities - a primitive, uneducated war god with a war religion simply.

186 25/41d: "- - - a messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". See 63/5a above.

187 25/42a: "He (Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

188 25/42b: "He (Muhammad*) indeed would well-nigh have misled us from our (non-Muslims*) gods - - -". If Yahweh exists, at least the Jews and the few Christians spoke the truth - and even more so if Allah and his(?) Quran in addition are made up.

189 25/42c: "- - - the Penalty - - -". See 3/77b above.

#190 25/42d: "- - - who is most mislead in the Path!" As the Quran with all its errors is from no god, this is a very open question. But there is a chance that "the narrow road" of Jesus is real. And if all religions are made up - which is not unlikely as no gods show their existence - the war and suppression religion Islam is one of the most inhuman ones, whereas Christianity like it is described in NT (do not protest until you have read the NT) and Buddhism likely are the most human ones, at least of the big religions, and thus alternatives for the ones needing or unable to give in the "highte spheres". Islam is the only of the big religions which itself (in the Quran) really proves things are seriously wrong with the religion, as all the mistakes in a book pretended made/sent down by a god, proves it is from no god.

191 25/42e: "- - - the Path - - -". The way to the Quran's paradise.

192 25/43a: “Seest thou (Muhammad/Muslim*) such a one (non-Muslim*) as taketh for his god his own passion (or impulse)?" Muhammad took good care of his 2 passions: Power and women. And riches - mainly for bribes.

193 25/43b: “Seest thou (Muhammad/Muslim*) such a one (non-Muslim*) as taketh for his god his own passion (or impulse)? Couldst thou be a disposer of affairs for him?” Of course not - no good Muslim could do so. Or - - -?

194 25/44a: "- - - most of them (non-Muslims*) listen or understand?" That very obviously was what a lot of them did - and understood that something was very wrong - that was why all those Jews preferred flight or death to believing Muhammad.

195 25/44b: “They (non-Muslims*) are only like cattle - nay, they are worse astray in the Path.” Non-Muslims less worth than cattle. Well, we have heard that in some madrasas (Muslim religious schools*) they discuss if non-Muslims have half the value of Muslims or less. It may be true?

196 25/44c: “They (non-Muslims*) are only like cattle - nay, they are worse astray - - -". Who are most similar to cattle - the ones able to think for themselves, or the ones saying to the leader: "We hear and we obey"?

111b 25/44d: "- - - they (non-Muslims are worse astray in the Path". See 25/42d above.

197 25/44e: "- - - astray - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

198 25/45a: “- - - He (Allah*) doth prolong the Shadow!” It is the turning of the Earth that prolongs shadows. Any god had known, but Muhammad not - it is new knowledge. Then who made the Quran? Not an omniscient god. And Allah is said to be omniscient - or is he? Also see 11/7a above.

*199 25/45b: “If he (Allah*) willed - - -". Sayings like “If Allah willed - - -” are frequent in the Quran. The phrases are typical for some ones who have to boast to gloss over that they are not able to prove themselves - you f.x. often hear it from half bully children trying to impress others. If that is what is the case in the Quran, it is either Allah or Muhammad who frequently has to boast like that. Also see 14/19d above.

*200 25/45c: “If he (Allah*) willed, he could make it (the shadows) stationary!” The only way to do that is to stop the Earth spinning. Islam will have to prove that Allah is able to do that - especially since all the mistakes and all the "if Allah willed - - -" in the Quran give serious and reasonable doubt about if he is omnipotent - and omniscient.

201 25/46: "Then We (Allah*) draw it (the shadows*) in towards Ourselves - - -". Shadows are lack of (sun)light. How do you pull lack of something? Also see25/45a above.

202 25/47a: "And He (Allah*)is it Who makes the Night - - - and the Day - - -". See f.x. 11/7a and 24/44a above.

203 25/47b: "And He (Allah*)is it Who makes the Night as a Robe for you, and Sleep as Repose, and makes the Day (as it were) a Resurrection". See 11/7a above.

204 25/48a: "And it is He (Allah*) Who sends the Winds as heralds of glad tidings (rain*) - - -". For one thing rain is not automatically glad tidings except in the dry parts of the world - would not a universal god use an example which was a glad tiding everywhere? But for another and more serious thing: This is one more of the very many natural phenomena any priest in any religion can claim for his god(s) free of charge as long as he does not have to prove anything - just like Muhammad does time and again and again and again, without proving anything at all. It has exactly no value as an indication, not to mention as a proof for Allah, which is indicated many places in the Quran. Also see 11/7a above.

205 25/48b: "- - - his (Allah's - one of the places where they have forgotten capital 1. letter*) Mercy - - -". See 1/1a above.

206 25/48c: "- - - his Mercy - - -". Here "Mercy" means rain. Rain is far from a mercy many places in the world - many places in the world they have both enough and too much. A universal god should have chosen an example which is a mercy to all humans - only to desert rain is (nearly) always a mercy. Who made the Quran?

207 25/48d: "- - - and We (Allah*) send down pure water from the sky". See 11/7b above.

208 25/49a: "- - - with it (rain) We (Allah*) may give life to dead land - - -". Similar to 25/48a above.

209 25/49b: “- - - with it (water*), We (Allah*) may give life to a dead land - - -“. If all it takes to awaken the nature is water, the land is not dead, but alive with roots and seeds – it only looks dead. Also see 11/7a above.

210 25/49c: "- - - things We (Allah*) have created - - -". Often claimed, never documented.

211 25/50a: "And We (Allah) have distributed the (water) - - -". See 11/7a and 2548a above.

212 25/50b: "- - - most men are averse (to aught) but (rank) ingratitude". It is not ingratitude not to thank Allah, if he did not do the job - and nothing about neither his existence, nor about his job was ever documented.

213 25/51a: "Had it been Our (Allah's*) Will - - -". See f.x. 14/19d and 25/10a above.

214 25/51b: “Had it been Our (Allah’s*) Will, We could have sent a warner to every centre of population”. If he had been able to do so, he had saved billions of humans from going to Hell - if Islam tells the truth. Benevolence? Malevolence? Or inability to produce anything but the words?

###215 25/52a: “Therefore listen not to the Unbelievers, but strive against them with the utmost strenuousness, with the (Quran)”. As you see: Religious mildness ("- - - no compulsion - - -) is not included when you strive against the “infidels”. This verse contradicts (and abrogates) at least these verses (here are 88 out of the 124 Muslim scholars say are abrogated by 9/5): 2/109, 2/190, 2/256, 2/272, 3/20, 4/62, 4/81, 4/90, 5/3, 5/28, 5/48, 5/99, 6/60, 6/66, 6/70, 6/104, 6/107, 6/112, 6/158, 7/87, 7/188, 7/193, 7/199, 8/61, 9/68, 10/41, 10/99, 10/102, 10/108, 11/12, 11/121, 13/40, 15/3, 15/94, 16/35, 16/82, 16/125, 16/126, 16/127, 17/54, 18/29, 18/56, 19/39, 20/130, 21/107, 21/112, 22/49, 22/68, 23/54, 23/96, 24/54, 26/216, 27/92, 28/50, 28/55, 29/18, 29/46, 32/30, 34/25, 34/28, 35/23, 35/24a, 36/17, 39/41, 41/34, 42/6, 42/15, 42/48, 43/83, 43/89, 44/59, 45/14, 46/9, 46/135a, 46/135b, 46/135b, 50/39, 50/45, 51/50-51, 51/54, 52/45, 52/47, 53/29, 67/26, 73/10, 73/11, 79/45, 86/17, 88/22, 109/6. They are all quoted under 9/5. (At least 91 contradictions).

216 25/52b: "- - - with the (Quran)". We quote YA3110: "The distribution of Allah's Signs (we here remind you that in all history and the entire world there never was a sign proving Allah*) being universal, the Prophet Allah pays no heed to carping critics who reject Faith (= Islam*). He wages the biggest Jihad (holy war*) of all, with the weapons of Allah's Revelation". As you perhaps remember the Jihad means that any weapon and any stratagy of war - included dishonesty, betrayal, and broken oaths, are permitted - everything as long as you win over the opposition/the non-Muslims. (Rather different from Jesus and NT to say the least of it - the same gods and the same line of prophets? You bet!)

217 25/52c: "- - - Unbelievers - - -". One of Muhammad's many not sympathetic names for non-Muslims.

218 25/53a: "It is He (Allah*) Who has let free the two bodies of water - - - yet He has made a barrier between them - - -". See f. ex. 11/7a above.

219 25/53b: "The "two bodies of water" = salt and sweet water.

220 25/54a : “It is He (Allah*) Who created man from water - - -.” One thing which is absolutely sure, is that man is not made from water. And a wider truth: It is likely life started in water, but not created from water - in this case there is a huge difference between "in" and "from". Another thing which is as sure, is that Muhammad has made a lot of contradiction in his tales about how man – and the rest, too – was created.

This is contradicted by 6/2, 7/12, 17/61, 32/7, 38/71, and 38/76 that tell man/Adam was made from clay, 15/26, 15/26, and 15/33 that tell man/Adam was made from sounding clay, 55/14 that tells man/Adam was made from ringing clay, 37/11 that tells man/Adam was made from sticky clay, 23/12, that tells man/Adam was made from essence of clay, 15/26, 15/28, and 15/33 that tells man/Adam was made from mud, 3/59, 22/5, 35/11, 40/67, that tell man/Adam was made from dust, 20/55 that tells man/Adam was made from earth, 96/2 that tells man/Adam was made from a clot of congealed blood, 16/4, 75/37, 76/2, 80/19, that tell man/Adam was made from semen (without explaining from where the semen came), 70/39 that tells man/Adam was made from “base material”. (Also see verse 6/2 in the chapter about the 1000+ mistakes in the Quran.) (Strictly reckoned this contradicts 28 other verses. And here minimum 28 contradictions.)

221 25/54b: "- - - thy (Muslims'*) Lord (Allah*) has power over all (things)". Often claimed, never proved. One of the many claims any priest in any religion can make as long as he does not have to prove anything.

222 25/55a: "Yet do they (non-Muslims*) worship, besides Allah, things that can neither profit them nor harm them - - -". The trouble is that also Allah has not one single time clearly and unmistakably shown that he can do any better. Not one single time. There only are Muhammad's claims for the power of Allah - and neither Muhammad (al-Taqiyya, Kitman, "War is deceit", broken words/promises/oats) nor the Quran is much reliable .

223 25/55b: "- - - (other gods*) besides Allah - - -". See 25/18a above.

224 25/55c: "- - - the Misbeliever - - -". One of Muhammad's many negative names for non-Muslims.

##225 25/55d: "- - - the Misbeliever - - -". Who is a misbeliever and who not, will depend on who believe in a real god and who in one or more made up ones. Islam is in a weak position here, at it is proved beyond both reasonable and unreasonable doubts (but not beyond religious blindness, brainwashing, and wishful thinking - that is impossible) that its claimed holy book has no connection to a god - no god makes that many mistakes, contradictions, etc.

226 25/55e: "- - - (- - - Evil) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

227 25/55f: "- - - his (the skeptic's*) own Lord (Allah*) - - -". Only if Allah exists and is a major god, and only if the non-Muslim does not happen to believe in a real god.

228 25/56a: "But thee (Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

229 25/56b: "But thee (Muhammad*) We (Allah*) only sent - - -". No benevolent, omniscient god sent a man preaching so many mistaken facts and other mistakes, and so much hate and injustice like Muhammad.

*230 25/56c: “- - - glad tidings (the Quran*) - - -“. Wrong. At the very best one can say that the Quran brought some glad tidings to all the bad ones, wanting loot and slaves, and among some longing for a strong religion - - - if it was not because the Quran itself proves 100% that something is very wrong in the book. So wrong that it neither can be made nor revered by any god – not even by a small mini god. Too much is wrong in the book. And a "holy" book not connected to a god, also is not "glad tidings".

231 25/56d: "- - - admonition". Admonition from a book full of errors, immoral moral and ethical rules, no compassion or empathy except with some of your nearest, etc?

***232 25/57a: “No reward do I (Muhammad*) ask of you - - -“. Nothing - - - except 20% of everything stolen or extorted in/after raids and wars, 100% of what was looted or extorted without fighting, plenty of women and total and unrestricted power. And 2.5% (up to 10%) of your possessions each year in “poor-tax” - - - partly for the poor, but also at least as partly to pay the lukewarm to become or stay Muslims, and not to forget to use for waging war. And a little to himself and all his women and few children (may be not of the "poor-tax", but plenty from the looting - Muhammad f.x. had estates 3 different places (Medina, Khaybar and Fadang), something which is never mentioned by Muslims, when they talk about how poor he was personally). Hypocrisy.

****To be exact the "poor-tax" - zakat - according to Hadiths after Al-Bukhari (comment 1 to Chapter 24) is for 8 different purposes:

Help the "Fuqara" - a category of poor people.

Help the "Al-Masakin" - another category of poor people. (These two points = the purpose of helping the poor.)

Paying the persons administrating the zakat.(Originally Muhammad).

Bribing people to become Muslims and in other ways to promote Islam.

Bribing lukewarm Muslims to stay Muslims.

To free Muslim captives.

To help indebted persons.

To wage war for the religion - and for its leader(s).

To assist travelers (often pilgrims to Mecca).

It seems that a sizable percentage was used for points 4, 5, and 8. (You also will find claims that there are 5 purposes for the zakat. Then they lump 1 and 2 together and omit something - often 6 and 8. We some places in this book have used that list.)

233 25/57b: "- - - I (Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

234 25/57c: "- - - a (straight) Path to his (Muslim's*) Lord (Allah*)". The road to the Quran's and Islam's paradise. See 10/9f above.

235 25/58a: "- - - put thy (Muslim's*) trust in Him (Allah*) - - -". Rather risky as long as he has not left one single proved indication for that he even exists, let alone is powerful and do not belong to the dark forces.

236 25/58b: "- - - Him (Allah*) Who lives - - -". This only is true if he exists.

237 25/58c: "- - - celebrate His (Allah's*) praise - - -". Read 1/1a above and see if he deserves it - - - if he exists.

238 25/58d: "- - - and enough is He (Allah*) to be acquainted with the faults of His servants (Muslims/humans*) - - -". = Allah knows everything. See 2/233h above.

*239 25/59a: “He (Allah*) Who created the heavens (plural and wrong) and the earth and all that is between, in six days - - -”. Wrong. It took 4.6 billion years to create the Earth like it is today. (Actually the latest numbers are 4.567 billion - and for the Universe/heaven 13.7 billion). Even in the Quran you can find contradicting information saying it took 2 + 4 + 2 days = 8 days:

41/9-12: These verses tell that Allah took 2 + 4 + 2 days = 8 days to create everything. (Muslims tries to tell that the first 2 days are included in the 4 days, but just read this yourself and see – what they wish you to believe is not what the Quran says. It says very clearly 2 days for one job, 4 for the next, and 2 for the last = 8 days. Some also wants you to believe that "day" in Arab = eon. For one thing it is not a correct translation, and for another read 2/117 and see if Allah should need 6 – 8 eons.)

240 25/59b: “- - - heavens - - -“. Plural and wrong. See 2/22d.

241 25/59c: "- - - (Allah*) is firmly established on the Throne (of authority) - - -". Contradicted by the Bible, which says that one belongs to Yahweh, not to Allah. Also see 67/9c below - a strong one. But of course it is ok for Islam to prove - prove - the Bible wrong and the Quran right. But as we say: Prove, not just loose claims and as loose and invalid words like the Quran always use instead of proofs.

242 25/59d: "Allah, Most Gracious - - -". See 1/1a above.

243 25/59e: (A25/46 – in 2008 edition A25/47, but the alternative “disappeared”): “- - - ask thou (man*), then, about Him (Allah*) of any acquainted (with such things)”. Is this “any” Allah? – or Muhammad? – or the Quran? Many Muslims guess it is Allah, but it only is guessing – the others are quite possible. Clear text?

244 25/60a: "Allah, Most Gracious - - -". See 1/1a above.

245 25/60b: "- - - they (skeptics*) say (to Muhammad*) - - -". Time anomalies.

246 25/60c: "- - - they (skeptics*) say (to Muhammad*) - - -". See 25/4c above.

247 25/60d: "- - - the Truth (the Quran*) - - -". Wrong. With that many mistakes, etc. the Quran at best is partly true. Also see 13/1g and 40/75 above.

248 25/61: "- - - He (Allah*) who made the constellations in the skies, and placed therein a Lamp (the sun*) and a Moon giving light." See f. ex. 11/7a or 24/44a+c above.

**249 25/62a: “And it is He (Allah*) Who made the Night and the Day follow each other”. Wrong. It is the turning of the Earth in the sunshine that causes this - any god had known. See 11/7a above.

250 25/62b: "- - - for such as have the will to celebrate His (Allah's*) praises or to show their gratitude". This sentence gives no meaning in this context. Muslims try different "explanations", but we have seen no good one.

251 25/62c: "- - - for such as have the will to celebrate His (Allah's*) praises - - -". Muslims (if this should happen to be the meaning of this verse, the meaning is wrong - night and day hardly was created just for Muslims).

252 25/62d: "- - - celebrate His (Allah's*) praise - - -". See 1/1a above and think over if he deserves it - if he exists.

253 25/62e: "- - - show their (Muslims'*) gratitude". What for as long as everything just is lose words and as loose claims from a man believing in the use of dishonesty - even broken oaths - and liking power, riches for bribes for more power - and women?

254 25/63a: "- - - (Allah) Most Gracious - - -". See 1/1a above.

255 25/63b: "- - - when the ignorant (non-Muslims*) address them (Muslims*), they (Muslims*) say, 'Peace'". They may have done so in 615 - 616 AD when this surah was made. Islam still was weak. When it became stronger, the words more was "become Muslim or fight us and die" - large parts of Arabia and further were forced to change religion. "Let there be no compulsion in religion"?!

256 25/63c: "- - - the ignorant - - -". One of Muhammad's many negative names for non-Muslims.

257 25/63d: "- - - the ignorant - - -". Who is really the ignorant? - the one who knows nothing? - the one who knows enough to see that things may be seriously wrong? - or the one who is strong as iron in his belief in something which is wrong?

258 25/63e: "- - - ignorant - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant concerning religious knowledge, and only Islam and related subjects. Only such knowledge is of any interest to Islam.

259 25/64: "Those who spend the night in adoration of their Lord (Allah*) - - -". Muslims.

260 25/65a: "Those who say, "Our Lord (Allah*)!. - - -". Muslims.

261 25/65b: "- - - indeed - - -". See 2/2b above.

262 25/67a: "Those (Muslims*) who, when they spend, are not extravagant and not niggardly - - -". Muslims - this is the economical ideal for charity. A bit different from NT's widow and her small coins (f.x. Luke 3-4).

263 25/67b: "Those (Muslims*) who, when they spend, are not extravagant and not niggardly(included in charity*), but hold a just (balance) between those (extremes) - - -". This - "the Middle Way" is the ideal of the Buddhists. The Arab tradesmen had connections with India and perhaps already then even with China. India was partly Buddhist (like China) until Muslims later killed the Buddhist monks and lots - to say the least of it - of other Buddhists and mostly finished off Buddhism in India by means of the sword - the famous "Let there be no compulsion in religion". Can Muhammad have got this idea from Buddhism? And another thing: This is the Muslim ideal about f. x. charity. The Christian ideal is the old widow and the small coin (she was the best, because she gave everything she owned - Mark 12/44). The same god making these ideals? Definitely no.

264 25/68a: "Those who invoke not, with Allah, any other god - - -". Muslims.

265 25/68b: "- - - invoke not, with Allah, any other god - - -". See 2/255a and 25/18a above.

266 25/68c: "- - - nor slay such life as Allah has made sacred except for just cause - - -". The 10 Commandments: "You shall not Kill". There is a deep difference between these two sentences. The same god? Guess!

267 25/68d: "- - - and any who does this - - -". Anyone who is not a good Muslim, and instead does these sins (will be doubly punished).

268 25/69a: "- - - the Penalty - - -". See 3/77b above.

269 25/69b: "- - - therein - - -". In Hell.

270 25/70a: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is relative to the same book's partly immoral moral code.

271 25/70b: "- - - evil - - - good- - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like these, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

272 25/70c: "- - - Allah is Oft-Forgiving - - -". Allah can forgive nobody unless he exists and in addition is a god.

273 25/70d: "- - - Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful". Please read the surahs from Medina + the most unjust ones of the sharia laws and see if you agree. Honestly, when there is a difference between what someone says and what he/she demands or does, we always believe the demands and the deeds - words are too cheap in comparison.

**We may add that the Quran many places talks about natural phenomena, and says Allah makes it or causes it. This needs solid proofs just like claims about mercy etc., as it is things that happens by itself from physical laws - and especially since words and statements are very cheap, and even more so AS ANY PRIEST IN ANY RELIGION CAN SAY JUST THE SAME ABOUT HIS GOD(S) FREE OF CHARGE - words are that cheap. Strong claims demand strong proofs, scientists say, and Muhammad did not prove one single of these statements or claims. Not one single.

274 25/71a: "- - - does good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

275 25/71b: "- - - truly - - -". See 2/2b above.

276 25/72: Muslims. (The good ones in the Quran always are Muslims - the book is very "black and white" (a signature for cheap literature).

277 25/73a: Muslims. See 25/72 just above.

278 25/73b: “- - - Signs of their (Muslims'*) Lord (Allah*) - - -.” Invalid as proof for Allah or anything. See 2/39b above.

279 25/74a: Muslims. See 25/72 above.

280 25/74b: “And those who pray - - ". But what is the idea of praying, when Allah predestines everything according to his Plan - a Plan nobody or nothing can change? If this statement is true, all prayers are wasted time, as Allah already has decided what is going to happen.

As for the value of prayers in Islam, also see 62/9c. And if you combine 62/9c with 67/9c - a strong one - you get something thought-provoking. (And relevant here: Muslims often are thought that a question or problem can have 2 or more true and correct solutions - Islam is forced to teach this, because if not, many of the mistakes and contradictions in the Quran become too obvious. But this ONLY is true if parallel true solutions are possible. In cases where 2 or more possible solutions are mutually excluding each other, maximum 1 of the mutually excluding ones can be true. It should be a bit thought provoking for Muslims, that just this "small" difference in theoretical thinking and teaching, was one of the reasons (there were several of course) for why Europe and the West exploded into the Technical Revolution, while the Muslim area stagnated). Two star examples are: 1) Full predestination is not possible even for an omnipotent god to combine with even the smallest piece of free will for man - the two are mutually excluding. The same for full and unchangeable predestination long time before, combined with any claimed effect of prayers - the two are mutually excluding each other.)

281 25/74c: “And those who pray, ‘Our Lord (Allah*) Grant unto us wives and offspring who will be the comfort to our eyes - - - (and some other prayers, are good Muslims and will end in Paradise)” No comments, except it tells not a little about how the Quran looks on women.

282 25/74d: “O Lord (Allah*)! Grant unto us wives and offspring who will be the comfort to our eyes, and give us (the grace) to lead the righteous.” "I" pray for good things and reputation for myself, not primarily for a good life for the child, here in the Quran. The only person in the centre for the Quran's interest – except Muhammad – is the man - the actual or potential warrior.

283 25/74e: "- - - the righteous - - -". The good Muslims.

284 25/74f: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is relative to the same book's partly immoral moral code.

<>385 25/75a: "Those (the good Muslims*) are the ones who will be rewarded with the highest place in Heaven." If the Quran tells the full and only truth. And if Allah exists and is a god.

286 25/75b: "- - - the highest place in heaven - - -". In the Islamic Heaven there are many levels. As far as we understand the common people - medium good Muslims - stay in the lowest heaven, whereas the higher heavens are shared among extra good Muslims, and the better Muslim the higher heaven and the nearer Allah. A somewhat good Muslim like Jesus ends in 2. heaven f.x. (he is the main competitor to Muhammad and has to be reduced), whereas the thief/robber, womanizer, rapist, enslaver, murderer, liar, deceiver (all according to the Quran, Hadiths, etc.) and a lot more, Muhammad, of course ends in the 7. and best heaven. Also the 1. heaven is split in good, better, best - at least 4 "gardens", may be 6 or more. Different from f.x. the Christian one to say the least of it. The same god do you believe?

287 25/76: "Dwelling therein (Paradise) - how beautiful an abode and place to rest!" The Quran's and Islam's paradise is like a high quality earthly king's palace in a place with nice climate and plenty of women. See 10/9f above.

288 25/77a: "My (Muslim's*) Lord (Allah*) is not uneasy because of you (non-believers who will be lost*) - - -". Compare this to "the lost coin" (Luke 15/8-10), "the lost sheep" (Matt. 18/12-14), "the lost son" (Luke 15/11-31) - one more 100% proof for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god - and Jesus and Muhammad not in the same line of prophets (Muhammad was not even a real prophet - he did not have that gift. But an imposing title is cheap to "borrow").

298 25/77b: "- - - if ye (non-Muslims*) call not on Him (Allah*) - - -". But what would be the idea of calling on him when everything all the same is predestined according to many places in the Quran?

290 25/77c: "- - - indeed - - -". See 2/2b above.

291 25/77d: "- - - the inevitable (punishment)!" See 3/77b above.

Surah 25: Sub-total: 291 + 11.601 = 11.892 comments.

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