1000+ Comments on the Quran: Surah 39 -- AZ-ZUMAR (The Crowds)

Revelation: Mecca, 615-617 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 39/1a: "The revelation..." But is a book with so much wrong really a revelation? - and in case from whom? As no god ever was involved in a work with so much errors, contradictions, etc, there remain 3 possibilities: Dark forces, a sick brain (f.x. TLE - Temporal Lobe Epilepsy), of a cold, scheming brain (f.x. Muhammad's own).

003 39/1b: “The revelation of this Book (the Quran*) is from Allah”. No. NO god has ever been involved in a book of a quality like the Quran. See 38/29a-d above.

004 39/1c: "...Allah, the Exalted in Power...". He in case never has proved his power.

005 39/1d: “(Allah is*) Full of Wisdom”. See 38/29a-d above. If the Quran is from Allah, he is not full of wisdom – too many mistakes, etc.

006 39/2a: "Verily..." In a book where so much is wrong, Words like "verily" is not reliable without proofs.

007 39/2b: “Verily it is We (Allah*) Who have revealed the Book (the Quran*)..” Is that really so? Verily, it is impossible to believe so - too many mistakes, etc. No god ever was involved in a book of a quality like the Quran. See 38/29a-d above.

008 39/2c: "- - - reveled - - -". See 39/1a above.

009 39/2d: “(Allah has*) revealed the Book (the Quran*) to thee (Muhammad*)..." No god was behind Muhammad's teaching - too much was wrong. And if there had been a god, he had not been a good or benevolent one with that kind of ethical, moral, and judicial codes.

010 39/2e: “(Allah has*) revealed the Book (the Quran*) to thee (Muhammad*) in Truth“. Can it really be the truth that Allah has sent down a book like this, with so many errors? - see 2/2b, 13/1g, and 40/75 above. In that case Allah cannot be omniscient. Something is wrong.

011 39/2f: "...so serve Allah, offering Him sincere devotion". The chances for that he exists are too small - the rumor about him is only based on a book choke full of mistaken facts and other errors, told by a man who even according to central Islamic literature was of very dubious moral quality (read the facts, not the glorious words of propaganda), believing in the use of dishonesty and liking power, riches for bribes for more power - and women (also this according to central Islamic sources).

012 39/3a: "Is it not to Allah that sincere devotion is due?" No. Not unless he really exists and is a major god. There only exist claims for his existence, and on top of all just in a book full of mistakes, and dictated by a man of very doubtful moral standing (this in spite of Muslims' glorification of him - also Hitler, Stalin, Mao and Pol Pot were glorified by themselves and by their followers - especially by the mentally bolind ones and the ones who had things to gain by believing or "believing"). Also see 39/2f just above.

013 39/3b: "...those who take for protectors other gods than Allah..." One of Muhammad's many negative names for non-Muslims.

014 39/3c: "...(non-Muslims*) (say) (to Muhammad*): 'We only serve..." How could this reliably be written 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, 14/22b, and not least 27/22-26 above.

015 39/3d: "Truly..." See 2/2b above.

016 39/3e: "Truly Allah will judge..." Only possible if he exists and is something supernatural (but beware that he also can "judge" if he in case belongs to the dark forces.)

017 39/3f: "...Allah guides not..." See 16/107 above.

018 39/3g: "...false...". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

019 39/4a: "Had Allah wished..." See 14/19d above.

022 39/4b: "Had Allah wished to take to Himself a son, He could have chosen whom He pleased out of those whom He doth create..." Which may be was what he did (but which neither Muhammad nor Islam could/can accept because for one thing then Muhammad is not the greatest of self proclaimed prophets, and for another: Then they must admit that something is seriously wrong with the religion. Better with blind belief, than to have to do a real check and may be find out the religion is a made up one.

021 39/4c: "...Glory be to Him (Allah*)!" Please read 1/1a above and see if you think he deserves it - if he exists.

022 39/4d: "(He (Allah*) is above such things (having a son))". The Quran is not made by any god - no god uses so many wrong facts and other mistakes. And who else but a god knows what is above a god or what is his wish? Invalid argument as it is lacking a basis for the conclusion, as the underlying arguments are invalid.

##023 39/4e: "He (Allah*) is "limitless in His glory" - i.e. complete in His excellence and utterly remote from all imperfection - He is 'ipso facto' remote from the incompleteness inherent in the need of, or desire for, progeny, which logically precludes the possibility of His having a son". The logic here is wrong - a wish for company or a co-worker does not have to be because of an imperfection. And wrong also because:

1. Mr. Azad here presumes he knows how a god thinks or wishes. No-one knows that. Then it impossible to make logical conclusions about a god's thoughts, conclusions and deeds, like Mr. Asad here does, as one does not have the necessary knowledge.

2. From the same logic there also would be no angels - no omniscient and omnipotent god needs angels. According to the Quran there all the same are thousands and millions and more of them.

##This argument is an "ad hock" construction made up - partly outside the rules for logical conclusions - for to explain away a problem. You find quite a number of such ones in Islam - frequently outside the rules for logical conclusions like here (often simply omitting facts which would make the conclusion invalid - like here omitting the fact that no human really can know how a god thinks).

##024 39/4f: (YA4246): "It is blasphemy to say that Allah begot a son. If that were true, He should have had a wife - - -". This argument is nonsense in this case. For one thing Islam claims that Allah is the same god as Yahweh, and it is known that in the really old times Yahweh had a female companion - his Amat (source New Scientist and others). Even if this is not widely known, it is unlikely that a learned man like Abdullah Yusuf Ali did not know it. And what is 110% sure he knew is that according to the Quran if the god wished something "He just could say 'Be' and it was" - the god just could say "Be a son" and Jesus was. This simply is one of the many places where Muslims find the answer they want, by omitting facts which make their wanted answer invalid and often even impossible.

025 39/4g: "He is Allah - - - the Irresistible". Similar often claimed but never proved.

026 39/5a: “He (Allah*) created the heavens (plural and wrong*) and the earth in true (proportions)”. True to Muhammad’s picture of the heaven(s) and the Earth - the Earth f. ex. is flat like a disk in the Quran. And 7 heavens + 7 earths (65/12b below). And just not “in true proportions”. Wrong. Also see 11/7a above.

027 39/5b: “- - - heavens - - -“. Plural and wrong (at least 199 times in the Quran, included other words for heaven as we see it from Earth – like “firmaments” or “tracts”). See 2/22d.

028 39/5c: “He makes the Night overlap the Day, and the Day overlap the Night - - -”. Wrong. That is done by the Earth's own spinning in the sunshine in space, as the night really is just a shadow. If Islam pretends something else, they will have to produce real proofs - not just cheap words. “Strong statements demand strong proofs”. Any god had known this - not Muhammad. Yes, any god could have proved himself for the future just by telling things like that - no miracle necessary. Then who composed the Quran? Contradicted by astronomical fact!. Also sell 11/7a above.

029 39/5d: "He (Allah*) has subjected the sun and the moon (to His law) - - -". See 11/7a above.

030 39/5e: “- - - each one (the sun and the moon) follows a course - - -“. As related to the Earth (and that relation was all Muhammad knew about), the sun does not follow a course. It is the Earth which runs a course around it.

031 39/5f: "- - - for a time appointed". This is a Quranic expression normally meaning "until the point of time Allah has predestined".

032 39/5g: "Is He (Allah*) not the Exalted in Power? - - -" He at least never unmistakably has proved his power. He has not even proved his very existence.

033 39/5h: "He (Allah*) Who forgives again and again - - -". There only are 2 who can forgive, the victim and a god. Then this quote only is true if Allah exists and is a god.

034 39/6a: "Allah created you - - -": See 6/2b, 11/7, and 21/56c above.

035 39/6b: "He (Allah*) created you (all) from a single person (Adam*) - - -". Wrong. According to science, man developed from earlier primates. Also: If there were only one couple, the DNA-pool would be too small for survival of the race (this actually is a problem for the tale about the animals and the ark, too.

036 39/6c: "- - - then (Allah*) created, of like nature, his (Adam's*) mate (Eve - the name is nowhere given in the Quran, only in the Bible*) - - -". One more never proved claim in the Quran. But see 39/6b just above.

037 39/6d: “He (Allah*) sent down for you eight head of cattle - - -”. According to science, cattle are not sent down, but have developed.

038 39/6e: “He (Allah*) sent down for you eight head of cattle in pairs - - -”. From other places in the Quran we know the cattle were: 2 cows, 2 sheep, 2 goats, 2 camels = 4 pairs = 8 heads. That is wrong, as the Quran is for the entire world: There also are water buffalo (Asia), reindeer (in the north), lama (S. America), the alpaca (S. America), the guanaco (S. America), the vicuna (S. America - the 4 from S. America are distantly related to the camel) - the yak (Asia), and (Indian) elephant - and perhaps others (+ horse, donkey, etc. (and the interesting animal pigs, also created by Allah according to Islam, but for some reason which nobody knows taboo for Jews and Muslims – the meat is tasty and of high quality - - - but an abomination according to the Quran, without any explanation. There are theories that it is because pig is a dirty animal – but in the wild they are not. Another theory is the danger of trichinosis – but that is easy to check for. Yet another is that the pig eats the same kind of food as people, and therefore became too “expensive” for many societies. But nobody really knows and the Quran does not explain)). Besides cattle were not created or “sent down”, but developed. Any god knew this – Muhammad not. Any god knew this – Muhammad not. Who made the Quran? Contradicted by zoological facts. As for "8 heads" and DNA see 39/6b above.

039 39/6f: “He (Allah*) makes you, in the womb of your mothers, in stages, one after the other - - -.” According to old Greek medicine (Galen, Aristotle), the fetus developed in 4 stages. Modern medicine disagrees – it is continuous.

040 39/6g: "- - - three wails of darkness". Different layers surround a fetus. If you pick them "correctly", you can end up with 3.

041 39/6h: "...Allah, your Lord and Cherisher..." Often claimed in the Quran, never proved anywhere.

042 39/6i: "....to Him (Allah*) belongs (all) dominion". Often claimed, never proved.

043 39/6j: "...to Him (Allah*) belongs (all) dominion". 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.

044 39/6k: "There is no god but He (Allah*)..." Well, as the Quran testifies there was a god for the old Jews and Christians - Yahweh - but (inadvertently) makes it clear this god cannot have been Allah like they claim, as there are too big and too fundamental differences between the teachings, at least one thing is clear here: Either there are more than one god, or at least one of these two (not to mention others) does not exist, if this sentence is correct. Which one?

045 39/6l: "...then how are you (non-Muslims*) turned away (from your true Centre (Allah*)..." If Allah does not exist, he is no kind of center, and if there in addition exists a real god somewhere, the rumors or claims about Allah are way off any center.

046 39/6m: "...true..." See 2/2b above.

047 39/7a: "...truly..." See 2/2b above.

048 39/7b: "...truly Allah hat no need of you..." At least true if he does not exist.

049 39/7c: "...His (Allah's*) servants..." In the Quran and its "very clear, easy to understand, and not possible to misunderstand", this expression may mean one of three things: All humanity, all (good) Muslims, all claimed prophets/messengers from Allah. You each time have to guess from the context what is meant - in this case most likely "all humanity".

050 39/7d: "...if you are grateful, He (Allah*) is pleased with you". Allah is very self-centered.

**051 39/7e: “No bearer of burdens can bear the burdens of another”. Can this really be true? In that case this is yet another proof for that Allah cannot be the same god as Yahweh, because one of the things Yahweh stresses in the NT via Jesus, is that a good Christian shall help others with their burdens.

+052 39/7f: (A39/11): “If ye (people*) reject Allah...” Or: “...if you are ungrateful...." Not exactly the same meaning? Both are possible from the original Arab text.

053 39/7g: "In the end..." Here: At the Day of Doom".

054 39/7h: "In the end, to your (peoples'*) Lord (Allah*) is your Return..." Often claimed, never documented.

055 39/7i: "In the end, to your (peoples'*) Lord (Allah*) is your Return...." According to the Bible, you return to Yahweh, not to Allah.

056 39/7j: "...truth...." See 2/2b and 13/1g above.

057 39/7k: "For He (Allah*) knoweth well all that is in (men's) hearts." See 2/233h above.

058 39/8a: "....rivals unto Allah..." Other gods than Allah - f.x. Yahweh.

059 39/8b: "...misleading others from Allah's Path". Who is misleading who if the Quran is a made up book - and it at least is from no god - and Allah does not exist? -- especially if there instead exists another god somewhere whom Muslims are prohibited from looking for?

060 3978c: "...Allah's Path". The road to the Quran's Paradise. See 10/9f above.

061 39/8d: "Say (Muhammad*)..." A historical anomaly.

062 39/8e: "...blasphemy...." It is not blasphemy do doubt Allah's existence if he does not exist, or if he exists, but is not a major god. Yes, it hardly is blasphemy even if he is a top god, as there are no clear indications for his existence.

063 39/8f: "...verily..." See f. ex 39/2a above.

064 39/8g: "....the Companions of the Fire". Bad persons who are going to end in the Fire.

065 39/8h: "....the Fire". Hell.

066 39/9a: “Is one (Muslim*) who worship devotedly during the hours of the night - (like one who does not (non-Muslim*)) - - -?” According to the Quran there is big difference. And who in a primitive or brain washed audience or in an audience WANTING to believe, understand they are manipulated? But what if the Quran is made up? - as it is not from any god (too much is wrong) it must be made in some way.

067 39/9b: "...one who places his hope in the Mercy of his Lord (here intended to be Allah*)..." This hope in reality is pretty feeble, as it is highly unlikely that Allah exists. The rumor about his existence only is built on a book full of errors, based on tales from a man of very doubtful reliability and moral even according to the facts - not the glorifying words, but the underlying facts - even in central Islamic literature, using the religion for his platform of power.

068 39/9c: "...the Mercy of (Allah*)..." See 1/1a above.

069 39/9d: “Are those equal, those who know (Muslims*) and those (non-Muslims*) who do not know?” A rhetoric question expecting the answer "No". But what about the ones where the knowledge is not knowledge, but belief, compared to the ones able to see that something is seriously wrong in that belief?

070 39/9e: “Are those equal, those who know and those who do not know?” Statements and questions like this is a psychological efficient way to build up a belief in “our” own superiority and the opponents’ inferiority and badness. Many dictators frequently use similar technique - be it countries or organizations. The not too intelligent and/or those with limited education mostly do not understand they are manipulated. Also there is another point: What is the situation if the Quran is a made up book? - a relevant question as no book with so much wrong is from any god.

071 39/9f: "...those who know..." Muslims - names for Muslims always are neutral or positive in the Quran.

072 39/9g: "...those who know..." Here intended to mean the Muslims. But a person who believes something blindly - does he/she really know if what he believe is wrong?

073 39/9h: "....those who do not know..." One of Muhammad's many negative names for non-Muslims. Names for non-Muslims in the Quran normally always have a negative or very negative underlying meaning - at least in the ears of Muslims.

074 39/9i: "...those who do not know..." Non-Muslims. But who is the wisest - the person who is blindly believing he knows, or the one who sees that something is wrong?

075 39/9j: "...know..." As for words related to "knowledge" see 26/83a above.

076 39/9k: “It is those who are endued with understanding that receives admonition”. This is another efficient way of manipulating: Flattery. Especially the ones not endued with too much understanding - moderate intelligence and/or education (and in this case religious education and other education that does not include education in critical thinking do not count) - easily like to believe things like this. It makes their self esteem swell. And if other groups in addition are said to be inferior to them, that surely does not hurt their self esteem either.

077 39/9l: “- - - those who are endued with understanding - - -". Muslims.

078 39/9m: "- - - receive admonition". - from a book of a quality like the Quran?!

079 39/10a: "- - - My (Allah's*) servants who believe - - -". Muslims.

080 39/10b: "Fear your Lord (Allah*) - - -". Why, if he does not exist?

081 39/10c: "- - - your (people's*) Lord (Allah*) - - -". Allah is nobody's lord unless he exists and is something supernatural (remember he can be your lord/ruler even if he belongs t the dark forces).

082 39/10d: "- - - good is (the reward) - - -". If the Quran tells the full truth and only the truth.

083 39/10e: "- - - (the reward) - - -". The Quran's and Islam's paradise. See 10/9f above.

084 39/10f: "- - - those who do good in this world - - -". Muslims.

085 39/10g: "- - - do good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

086 39/10h: "- - - Allah's earth - - -". Wrong if Allah does not exist. Doubly wrong if there in addition exists a real god to whom it belongs.

087 39/10i: "Those who patiently persevere - - -". Good Muslims.

088 39/10j: "Those who patiently persevere will truly receive a reward without measure!" Yes, if Allah exists, if he is a major god, and if the Quran in addition has told the full truth and only the truth about him.

089 39/10k: "- - - patiently persevere - - -". An expression no non-Muslim should ever forget is impressed and impressed on Muslims: Patiently persevere and sooner or later your opponent or enemy tires and you win - - - and may suppress him or force your will on him.

090 39/10l: "- - - truly - - -". See 2/2b above.

091 39/10m: "- - - a reward without measure - - -". The Quran's and Islam's paradise. See 10/9f above.

092 39/11a: "Say (Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

093 39/11b: "Verily - - -". See f.x. 39/2a. This goes even more in the cases where - like here - Muhammad is speaking; the man who institutionalizes al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie), Kitman (the lawful half-truth) and advised and practiced even broken oaths if that gave a better result.

094 39/12a: "- - - I (Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

*095 39/12b: (likely 615-617 AD:) “And I (Muhammad*) am commanded to be the first of those who bow to Allah in Islam.” How is that possible if the Quran is correct and lots of people had been Muslims before him, and bowed to Allah? (Though in reality it is highly likely he was right: That he was the first one ever). Muslims explain that it means the first in a community, but that is not what the Quran says. Besides both Abraham and Ishmael according to what the Quran claims, lived and of course preached in Mecca - at least for some time. Also see 6/14d above.

(At least 6 contradictions).

096 39/13a: "Say (Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

097 39/13b: "I (Muhammad*) would - - - indeed have fear for the Penalty of a Mighty Day". See 3/77b above. But also: If Muhammad knew that what he told was made up, he had no reason to fear - at least not Allah. But if he was mentally ill, he may honestly have believed at least parts of what he told.

098 39/13c: "- - - indeed - - -".

099 39/13d: "- - - the Penalty - - -". Here: Hell.

100 39/13e: "- - - a Mighty Day". The Day of Doom".

101 39/14a: "Say (Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

102 39/14b: "It is Allah I (Muhammad*) serve - - -". This may - may - be true if Allah existed and was something supernatural - white or dark. If he not only served Muhammad - like many a self-proclaimed "prophet" through the times (though not with as much success as Muhammad).

103 39/15a: "Serve ye (non-Muslims*) what ye will besides Him (Allah*)". Just you guess if this from ca. 615-617 AD was contradicted and abrogated later on!! This verse is abrogated – made invalid - and contradicted 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).

104 39/15b: "- - - (gods*) beside Him (Allah*)". See 2/255, 6/106b, and 25/18a above.

105 39/15c: "- - - I (Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

106 39/15d: "Truly - - -". See f.x. 39/2a+b.

107 39/15e: "Truly, those in loss ate those who lose their own souls and their People on the Day of Judgment.

The intended meaning here only may be correct if Allah exists and is a god, and if the Quran in addition tells the full truth and only the truth about the possible next life and also about how to qualify for it. 

108 39/15f: "That is indeed the (real and) evident Loss!" Yes - but only if a book not from any god and with lots of mistaken facts and other errors are right on this point.

109 39/15g: "- - - indeed - - -". See 2/2b above.

110 39/15h: "- - - evident - - -". See 2/2b above. Also beware that Muslims tend to be very free with the use of words like "evidence", etc. They often put fort never proved claims or statements or not proved quotes from the Quran, and claim it is proofs.

111 39/16a: "They (non-Muslims*) shall have Layers of Fire above them, and layers (of Fire) below them - - -". See 3/77b above.

112 39/16b: "- - - with this doth Allah warn - - -". Once more: This only can be true if Allah exists and is something supernatural.

113 39/16c: "- - - His (Allah's*) Servants - - -". This expression may in the Quran and its "clear and easy to understand language" mean 1): All humans. 2): All Muslims (sometimes only all good Muslims). 3): The claimed prophets/messengers of Allah. In this case it is likely it means all humans or all Muslims.

114 39/16d: "- - - fear ye (people/Muslims*) Me (Allah*)!" Why, if he does not exist?

115 39/17a: "Those who eschew Evil - - -". Muslims.

116 39/17b: "- - - Evil - - -": Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

117 39/17c: "- - - Good News - - -". No religion based on war, suppression, and partly on dishonesty is "good news" for anyone but the leaders of the religion, and for the ones who grows rich and/or powerful because of that religion. And, well, yes for the small percent of humans (5 - 10%?) who needs a religion to lean to, but they will be satisfied by any religion they believe in, as it is the belief itself which helps them, not the religion.

118 39/17d: "- - - good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

119 39/17e: "- - - My (Allah's*) Servants - - -". This expression may in the Quran and its "clear and easy to understand language" mean 1): All humans. 2): All Muslims (sometimes only all good Muslims). 3): The claimed prophets/messengers of Allah. In this case it is likely it means all humans or all Muslims.

120 39/18a: "Those who listen to the Word (the Quran*) - - -". Muslims.

121 39/18b: "Those who listen to the Word (the Quran*), and follow the (best) meaning in it: those are the ones whom Allah has guided - - -". Yes - but only if the Quran is from Allah, and no god ever made a book with so many mistakes, contradictions, etc.

122 39/18c: "- - - the Word - - -". In this case = the Quran quite likely, but see 39/18c just below.

123 39/18d: "- - - the best (meaning) - - -". But what is to be understood as the best meaning? - the exact printed words in the Quran? - or the words understood according to the Quran's ethical, moral, and judicial codes? - or the same according to normal ethical, moral, and judicial codes (made in accordance with "do unto others like you want others do unto you)?. Muslims - and especially the militant ones - have a tendency to choose the meaning which fits themselves and their beliefs/wishes best, and those often are not "the best (meaning)" for anyone but themselves.

124 39/18e: (A39/22): “Those who listen to the Word, and follow the best in it - - -.” Does this mean those who follow the best in the Quran? – or those who listen to every religious proposition and chooses what his brain tells him must be the best (Razi)? It is not said any clearer.

125 39/18f: "- - - Allah has guided - - -". He cannot do good guiding by means of a guide-book full of mistakes, etc.

126 39/18g: "- - - those (Muslims*) are the ones endued with understanding". If the Quran is from a god, the understanding is correct. If it is not from a god, the understanding is wrong. And no god ever made a book that full of mistaken facts, contradictions, etc. etc. NB: Also see 13/3j above.

127 39/19a: “Is, then, one against whom the decree of Punishment is justly due (equal to one who eschews evil)?”. Still another technique for manipulation, and in this case partly to induce really discrimination - “they” are bad people and cannot be compared to “us”. May be we even had better shun them - or worse?

128 39/19b: “- - - one against whom the decree of Punishment is justly due - - -". One of Muhammad's many negative names for non-Muslims.

129 39/19c: "- - - one who eschews evil - - -".

130 39/19d: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

131 39/19e: "- - - in the Fire". In Hell.

132 39/20a: “But it is for those who fear their Lord (Allah*) that lofty mansions, one above another, have been built: beneath them flow rivers (of delight).” The Quran's paradise is mainly like a luxury condominium only – even if it suould betrue. Also see 10/9f above.

133 39/20b: "- - - those who fear their Lord (Allah*) - - -". Muslims.

134 39/20c: "- - - never doth Allah fail in (His) promise". Can all Islam and all Muslims put together give one unmistakable proof for that Allah has kept one single promise - or even given such a promise? No such proof exists anywhere - all the words about Allah and about what he promises, are just that: Words.

135 39/21a: This verse is one of the many places where Muhammad claims the honor of natural phenomena for his god - always without the slightest proof. Just like so many other self proclaimed prophets or be livers do for their relevant god(s). Totally without any value as an indication - not to mention a proof - for Allah as long as it is not proved that Allah really did it. Worse: Who is it who has to rely on invalid proof and fast talk? Cheats and deceivers.

136 39/21b: "Seest thou (a person*) not that Allah sends down rain - - -". No, we do not. We see that nature does so, but it is impossible to see Allah behind it. Even if there should happen to be a god behind it, it may as well be another god - f.x Yahweh. But most likely nature manage this itself.

137 39/21c: "Then He (Allah*) causes to grow - - -". See 11/7a above.

*138 39/21d: “- - - He (Allah*) makes it (nature) dry up and crumble away. Truly, in this, is a Message of remembrance to men of understanding.” Allah does not have to do anything for this to happen - nature itself does it all alone just by sending the rain to other places for some time. But of course to be able to control the nature gives status and seemingly power as long as you do not have to prove anything at all, and as long as uneducated or naïve or religiously blind followers are satisfied with that “Allah and His Messenger know best”.

139 39/21e: "Truly - - -". See f.x. 39/2a above.

140 39/21f: "Truly, in this, is a Message of remembrance for men of understanding." Yes - but only if the Quran is telling the truth on this point. There are many points which are wrong in the book - too many by far for that it can be from any god - which men of understanding easily see. And NB: It is a strange message if this claim about the rain - and other claims - is wrong.

141 39/21g: "- - - men of understanding". See 13/3j above.

142 39/22a: “Is one whose heart Allah has opened to Islam - - - (no better than one hardhearted)”. Of course Muslims are the best - at least according to the Quran. Good for the self esteem, at least for the ones needing a boost of their self-esteem - which often includes the rubble in a society.

143 39/22b: “- - - one whose heart Allah has opened to Islam - - -". Muslim.

144 39/22c: "- - - (- - - one hardhearted) - - -". One of Muhammad's many negative names for non-Muslims.

145 39/22d: “In one whose heart has opened to Islam, so that he has received enlightenment (the contents of the Quran*) from Allah - - -”. With all the mistakes, invalid “signs”, etc. in the Quran, it at best partly gives enlightenment. Whereas the mistakes, etc., give the opposite of enlightenment.

146 39/22e: "- - - celebrate the praises of Allah!". Read 1/1a above and see if you think he deserves it - if he exists.

147 39/22f: “They (non-Muslims*) are manifestly wandering (in error)!” Islam claims that only Muslims do not “wander in error”. But it only is (as normal for Islam) an undocumented claim – it definitely is not manifested. (Another fact is that with all the mistakes and worse in the Quran, it is a very open question who is wandering in the worst error). We also should mention that claims like this is normal for fringe sects like Islam once was. This claim only is true if the Quran is completely true.

148 39/22g: "- - - manifestly - - -". See 2/2b above.

149 39/23a: “Allah has revealed (the Quran*) - - -”. Really? Absolutely no. See 38/29a-e above and others.

150 39/23b: “Allah has revealed - - -". Wrong if Allah is a god - no god ever was involved in a book of a quality like the Quran.

***151 39/23c: “Allah has revealed - - - the most beautiful Message - - -”. Incitement to hate, dishonesty, suppression, extortion, taking slaves, murder, mass murder and war + full permission for raping any slave or prisoner and + 100% dictatorship by the warlord (Muhammad and his successors). Yes that is a beautiful message. (or in reality: Horrible). Or to say it in another way: If this is the most beautiful Message, we hope never to meet a normal one. .

152 39/23d: “(The Quran*) is consistent with itself”. Wrong – there are plenty of contradictions. Plenty - several hundred (at least 300 internal ones + all the external ones)! Islam even needs a special abrogation rule for deciding which paragraph is the correct one when two or more “collide” (the youngest one is normally claimed to be the correct one - that is one of the reasons why the age of the different verses counts in Islam and why the question of ages of the surahs are integrated parts of Islamic judicial procedures). Some Muslims tell this is not true - Allah just made the rules stricter. It may look like an ok explanation in some, but only some, cases, f.x. concerning alcohol. But what kind of omniscient god did not know from the very beginning what kind of rules was needed? – besides; more strict rules also are abrogations.

Contradicted by all the contradictions in the book.

153 39/23e: "- - - those who feat their Lord (Allah*) - - -". Muslims.

154 39/23f: "- - - the celebration of Allah's praises". Please read 1/1a above and see if you think he deserves it - if he exists.

155 39/23g: "- - - the guidance of Allah - - -". See 7/192a above.

156 39/23h: "He (Allah*) guides therewith whom He pleases - - -". Here is one of the many fundamental differences between Yahweh and Allah: NT tells about a god trying to save as many as possible - if they want and are able to qualify or honestly repent, they go to Paradise. The Quran tells about a god who "guides - - - whom He pleases" and block the road for the others. One more indication for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god. Also see 39/23j below.

157 39/23i: (A27 – in 2008 edition A29): “He (Allah*) guides therewith (the Quran*) whom He pleases - - -.” But if you read the Arab text this interpretation is exactly as correct: “He guides - - - him that wills (to be guided)”. Exactly the 100% opposite meaning. Clear language?

158 39/23j: "- - - for such (humans*) as Allah leaves to stray, can have none to guide".

Wrong if Allah does not exist or if he is no major god.

Wrong if other gods exist - f. x. Yahweh.

159 39/23k: "- - - such (humans*) as Allah leaves to stray - - -". According to NT Yahweh of his (Yahweh's*) free will leaves no-one to stray (perhaps with a few exceptions where the persons are so determined and bat that there is no hope) - you will have to choose that yourself. The same god? No possibility.

160 39/24a: “Is, then, one who has to fear the brunt of the Penalty on the Day of Judgment - - - (like one who guarded therefrom)?” Like 39/22a-d above..

161 39/24b: “- - - one who has to fear the brunt of the Penalty - - -". Non-Muslim.

162 39/24c: "- - - the Penalty of the Day of Judgment - - -". Hell.

163 39/24d: "- - - (- - -one who is guarded therefrom (Hell*)) - - -". Muslims.

164 39/24e: "- - - the wrongdoers - - -". One of Muhammad's many negative names for non-Muslims.

165 39/24f: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

166 39/24g: "Taste ye (non-Muslims*) (the fruits of) what ye earned!" In plain words: You non-Muslims well deserve to end in Hell.

167 39/25a: "- - - those before them - - -". In this case Arabs and others from before Muhammad and his generation.

168 39/25b: "- - - Punishment - - -". See 3/77b above.

169 39/25c: "- - - from directions they (non-Muslims*) did not perceive". Islam does not specify exactly what is meant here.

170 39/26a: "- - - the Punishment of the Hereafter - - -". Hell. Also see 3/77b above.

171 39/26b: "- - - if they (non-Muslims*) only knew!". As for words related to knowledge, see 26/83a above.

172 39/27: "- - - in order that they (humans*) may receive admonition". Admonition from a book so full of errors, contradictions, etc., that it is clear it has no connection to any god?

*173 39/28a: “(It is) a Quran in Arabic - - -”. We have never been able to understand why it is a good thing that the Quran is in Arab if Allah wanted to be the god for all earth – well, even the Arabs tell it is a difficult language (though language experts say the claim is blown up by Islam – perhaps as an extra defence to avoid having to explain mistakes, etc. they cannot explain, perhaps as an artificial back up for the demand that Muslims must read the Quran in Arabic - and say it is just a medium difficult language).

###Muslims further insist it is impossible to translate it (just like the Japanese used to say about Japanese before they learnt other languages well). That is rubbish. What one human brain is able to think, another human brain at the same level of knowledge and intelligence is able to understand.

Of course there is the fact that all languages have special words, etc. which you do not find in other languages - that is the case for all languages, and nothing special for Arab, like some uneducated Muslims like to claim (and some of them even believe it, we think). Take f.x. the Norwegian very simple word “tran”. This word exists in few other languages. F.x. English has to say “cod liver oil” – and French similar. In Arab one would have to say something like “oil from the liver of the North Atlantic fish which in English is called cod” – but the main thing is that even if they need an explanation which the Norwegians in this case do not need, it tells 100% exactly and correctly the same and correct meaning. Or take the Inuit – they are said to have 42 different words for different kinds of snow and snow conditions – Arab hardly has more than a couple. But it would not be too difficult to explain to an Arab that this Inuit word means that the snow is wet, this that it is laying full of water, this that the snow is dry, this that it is or has been wind driven, this that it is frozen hard, this that it is sticky (so you can make snow balls f.x.), this that it is powdery, etc.

And it is just the same with Arab: Arab f.x. has a word for “2-years-old she-camel”. “Solch ein Wort gibt es nicht in Deutch” (“such a word does not exist in German”) – but it is no problem to explain to a German that one is talking about a female camel which is 2 years old. As said: What one human brain can think, another human brain at the same level can understand with a little explanation.

**Besides: To demand that an Afghan farmer shall read the Quran in Arab just means that you demand he shall be explained all those different words and different meanings on beforehand – because that is the only way he can understand them when he reads them later. Just the same words and the same explanations – but a lot more words, because he may not know on beforehand exactly which words that may give him extra insight.

In addition the Arab alphabet at that time was unfit for writing down exactly what was said – the alphabet at that time was very incomplete. (That was one of the reasons why there were so many varieties of the Quran in earlier times. Now there mainly are 2 of the earlier 14 “canonized” ones that are used – one (Warsh) in parts of Africa, and one (Hafs) in the rest of the world – though they call it “ways of reading” to hide that the reality is “varieties”. Those two expressions in this case are exactly identical). If Allah wanted to reach many, the natural language in that area had been Greek or perhaps Latin or Persian. Or why not Bahasa Indonesian? - one of the easiest languages in the world to learn and with as many potential Muslims as in Arabia, and with good connections to surrounding countries. In case of a western language or Persian they also could have written down the book correctly, as those languages already had perfected alphabets. Then they had not had the problem of not knowing what was really said and written. Now Muslims only can make unfounded – or wrong – statements claiming that the Quran of today is correct to the last letter and last comma, even though a number of the letters – and the comma – did even exist around 650 AD in Arab.

Many Muslims even believe what they say, partly because they do not know the history of neither the Arab alphabet, nor of the Quran. Only with a complete alphabet in around 650 AD the claim could have been correct. But the fact of the incomplete alphabet of that time, makes the claim a joke. But why do the mullahs, imams, etc. lie to their congregations on these points - or hide the points?

*174 39/28b: “(It is) a Quran in Arabic, without any crookedness - - -”. Without crookedness? With all the mistakes?!! With all those contradictions?! With all the invalid “signs” and “proofs”? With all the loose claims and statements? Such facts normally are the very hallmarks of crookedness.

175 39/28c: "- - - a Quran in Arabic - - -". A historical anomaly.

176 39/28d: "- - - Evil". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. It f. x. is a great evil to refuse to go war or on raids for Muhammad or his successors - an extra informative fact as most of Muhammad's raids were for to steal/rob riches, etc. (see the list in our book "1000+ Mistakes in the Quran".

177 39/29a: "- - - a man belonging to (being the slave of*) many partners - - - and a man belonging to (being the slave of) one master - - -". Muslims even officially are the slaves of Allah. Perhaps a man knowing he was a free man was even better - especially if there is no Allah, and the slavery just is a slavery of mind and perhaps under the religious and religious/political leaders?

***178 39/29b: “- - - most of them (non-Muslims*) have no knowledge.” But Muslims of course have, and are much better people. This included not one single new thought promoting the life of man in some 900 years in all the Muslim society. Actually there is a well-known Hadith saying something like ‘All new ideas (“bida” in Arab*) are heresy (“wrong teaching“*), all heresy is wrong, and everything that is wrong leads to hell’. Islam found a way to moderate it a little, though: If a new idea - a “bida” - is in accordance with the Quran, with all Hadiths (there are some thousands accepted ones) and all decisions made by consensus among the leading learned Muslims through the times (such decisions are called “ijma” in Arab*), the new idea may - may - be a good “bida”.’ If not it is a bad one.

Under such conditions it is not strange that few new ideas emerges - and none that is not meant to question (or at least not conflict with) old ideas, not to mention with the religion.

179 39/29c: "Praise be to Allah!" Read 1/1a above and see if he deserves it - if he exists.

180 39/29d: "- - - knowledge". See 26/83a above.

181 39/30: "- - - thou (Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

182 39/31a: "In the End ye (all), on the day of Judgment, settle your disputes in the presence of your Lord (Allah*)". Only if Allah exists, is a major god, and only if the Quran has described what will happen in the claimed next life correctly.

183 39/31b: "In the End ye (all), on the day of Judgment, settle your disputes in the presence of your Lord". Well, but the Bible says the lord is Yahweh, not Allah.

184 39/32a: "Who, then, doth more wrong than one who utters a lie concerning Allah - - -". A question of great philosophical interest if the Quran is not from a god - and no god makes that many mistakes, etc. like you find in the Quran

185 39/32b: “- - - rejects the Truth (the Quran) - - -”. See 13/1g and 38/29 above. The book at best is partly true.

#########186 39/32c: "- - - utters a lie concerning Allah - - -". There is no bigger lie against Allah than the Quran, this whether ha exists or not. Why we can say this so 100% sure and definitely, is that the book is so full of mistakes, contradictions, etc. that no god has been involved in it, not to mention a claimed omniscient god. It is not possible to say who made it, though there are good reasons for to suspect Muhammad, partly because one recognize the methods used by false prophets, partly because many of the mistakes are things one believed was correct science at his time in that area, partly because it is clear from f.x. Arabisms that it was made in or near Arabia, partly because of all the times Allah helped him with family and other personal problems, partly because he was the main benefactor, partly because it was his platform of power, and not least because the religion changed when Muhammad needed or wanted changes.

If he was mentally ill like modern medical science, he can however partly have believed in his tales and preaching himself. But he was too intelligent and knew too much about people not to know that he was lying some times, even in surahs and verses in the Quran. Some things there is not possible for an intelligent person knowing people to believe.

But if one believes in supernatural beings, there also is the possibility that the Quran is from the dark forces. If f.x. the Devil dressed up like the angel Gabriel no human - included - Muhammad would have a chance to know the difference. The partly immoral moral code, the partly unethical ethical code, the partly unjust judicial code, the permission of stealing/robbing, raping, suppressing, enslaving, murdering, etc., etc., may point in this direction.

Also see 34/8b above.

187 39/32d: "- - - the Truth - - -". See 13/1g above and 40/75 below.

188 39/32e: "- - - blasphemers - - -". Blasphemy in connection with Islam only is possible if Allah exists and is a god, both of which only are claims in a book full of mistakes and told by a man of doubtful moral and reliability (believing in al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie), Kitman (the lawful half-truth), cheating and even in broken oaths if that gave a better result - and liking power and riches for bribes for more power - and women).

189 39/32f: "- - - he who brings the Truth - - -". Muhammad or Muslims.

190 39/33a: "- - - the Truth - - -". See 13/1g above and 40/75 below.

191 39/33b: “And he (Muhammad - see the rest of the sentence in 39/33d below*) who brings the Truth and he who confirms (and supports) it - - -“. The Quran at best is partly true – also see f. x. 13/1g, 40/75 and 41/12. Similar claim in 37/37.

192 39/33c: "- - - confirming it (the Quran*) - - -". There is some irony in glorifying "confirming" of a book full of errors, etc.

193 39/33d: "- - - such are the men who do right". If Muhammad mostly did right, we hope never to meet a man mostly doing wrong.

194 39/33e: "- - - such are the men who do right". Good Muslims.

195 39/33f: "- - - doing right". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

196 39/34a: "They (good Muslims*) shall have (in Paradise*) all that they wish for - - -". See 10/9f above.

197 39/34b: "They (good Muslims*) shall have (in Paradise*) all that they wish for, in the presence of their Lord (Allah*) - - -". But only if Allah exists, is a major god, and only if the Quran is reliable at least on this point.

198 39/34c: "- - - such is the reward - - -". Only if Allah exists and is a god, and only it he Quran in addition tells the full truth and only the truth.

199 39/34d: "- - - do good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

200 39/35a: "So that Allah will turn off from them (good Muslims*) (even) the worst in their deeds and give them their reward according to the best of what they have done". See the comment to 39/34b above.

201 39/35b: "- - - reward according to the best of what they (good Muslims*) have done". In the Quran's paradise according both to the Quran and to Hadiths there are many grades. There are 4 or 6 or more gardens, one better than the other, and in addition there are the higher heavens for especially good Muslims. Allah has to decide - if he has not predestined - which grade you deserve.(we may add that especially if Islam is a made up religion, this with better reward the more eager you are to serve the boss, is very efficient for the boss - and very cheap.)

This is one more proof for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god. The Bible does not mention such a system - only that one "becomes like angels".

202 39/36a: "Is not Allah enough for His servant?" No - at least not if he does not exist - there only is Muhammad's unproved words for his existence (see the comment to 34/8b and 39/32c above).

203 39/36b: "- - - His (Allah's) servant - - -". Here likely Muhammad.

#204 39/36c: "- - - other (gods) besides Him (Allah*) - - -". Another Arabism, because no non-Muslim had Allah as a god in addition to their real god(s) - an expression Muhammad often used because it made Allah sound bigger (the underlying claim: Everybody believe in Allah, though some have other gods in addition - Allah must be the central and main god for all in reality!). But you only could use this claim in Arabia, where the main pagan god was named al-Lah (the god Muhammad took over and renamed Allah), because for one thing the names were so alike that a little twist of the pronunciation was enough to be able to claim that the pagans talked about Allah, and for another when the pagans meant the pagan god al-Lah, Muhammad easily could claim they really meant his monotheistic Allah, as he had taken over al-Lah and dressed him up only, so that in reality they spoke about the same god.

205 39/36d: "For such as Allah leaves to stray, there can be no guide". See f.x. 16/107 or 39/23e above.

206 39/36e: "For such as Allah leaves to stray, there can be no guide". Well, we are back to the fact that as the Quran's moral and other codes are made for a thieving, suppressing, and discriminating slave and war religion, these were so "far out", that even if Allah do not like you, a god with more normal codes of moral and conducts, may think you were a very good person and intervene - f.x. the often mentioned Yahweh.

##207 39/37a: "And such as Allah doth guide there can be none to lead astray". Wrong. As the claimed guide from Allah is the Quran, this sentence only can be true if the Quran is 100% correct on all points, and the Quran is full of many kinds of errors.

##208 39/37b: "And such as Allah doth guide there can be none to lead astray". There is no need to lead them astray - following especially the surahs from Medina they already are far astray compared to normal codes of conduct and moral. Compare to "do unto others like you want others to do unto you" and see for yourself.

209 39/37c: "Is not Allah exalted in Power - - - ?" Well, he in case never really has proved his power. Never. Till now it has been only words - and from a man with doubtful morality.

210 39/37d: "((Allah is*) Able to enforce his Will.))" Often claimed, never proved - and even big words are cheap.

211 39/37e: "((Allah is*) Able to enforce his Will.))" Why then does he have to use humans to do the dirty work for him - destroying the lives of others, killing, raiding, waging war, terrorizing?

212 39/37f: "(Allah is*) Lord of Retribution - - -". See 39/37c above.

*213 39/38a: “If you ask them (non-Muslim Arabs*) who it is that created the heavens (plural and wrong*) and the earth, they would be sure to say ‘Allah’ - - -”. Wrong. If they believed a god created it, they had named their own god(s) - though there and then it might have been the polytheistic al-Lah, whose name sounds quite similar (and was the pagan god Muhammad dressed up - Muhammad thus could claim it was the same god, even if al-Lah was pagan and his own version monotheistic - see 34/8b and 39/32c above).

214 39/38b: "- - - indeed - - -". See 2/2b above.

215 39/38c: “- - - heavens - - -“. Plural and wrong. See 2/22d.

216 39/38d: "Say (Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

217 39/38e: "The things that ye (non-Muslims*) invokes besides Allah - - -". Wrong. Non-Muslims do not invoke anything besides Allah - they involve other gods than Allah, and not Allah at all. Even the pagan Arabs invoked the old pagan god al-Lah, not Muhammad's modernized copy of him, Allah. But claiming that they invoked Allah, but added other gods, of course fitted Muhammad, as it made his god the central one - - - even in cases where the opposite part did not accept Allah at all - f.x. most of the local Jews.

218 39/38f: "- - - can they (other gods*), if Allah wills some penalty for me, remove His Penalty?". Can Allah do either of this? - not one proved case is documented in 1400 years and more. Lots of claims, but never a proved case - and claims cost nothing.

219 39/38g: "- - - or if He (Allah*) wills some Grace for me, can they keep back His Grace?" See 39/38d just above.

220 39/38h: "Sufficient is Allah for me (Muhammad/Muslims*)!" Yes - if the Quran is reliable.

221 39/38i: "In Him (Allah*) trust those who put their trust". And they are cheated if not the Quran is 100% reliable (one of the reason why Islam can accept no mistakes in the Quran (even though they have had to accept a few, though they never mention this fact - see separate chapter in "1000+ Mistakes in the Quran"). If there are mistakes in the Quran, the book is not from a god, and the religion is a made up one - a chain of logical steps in which they are very right).

222 39/38j: "- - - those who put their trust". Here: Muslims.

223 39/39a: "Say (Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

224 39/39b: "O my (Allah's or Muhammad's*) people ("infidel" Arabs in Mecca ca.616-617 AD*)! Do whatever ye can (against Muhammad's teaching*)- - -". There was a 180 degree change of this point of view half a dozen years later - Allah changed his mind? This verse is abrogated – made invalid - and contradicted 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).

225 39/40a: The intended answers to both the rhetoric questions in this verse are: Non-Muslims. But the answer only is correct if Allah exists and is a god - and if the Quran in addition has told the full truth and only the truth about the claimed next life.

226 39/40b: "- - - a Penalty - - -". See 3/77b above.

227 39/41a: "Verily - - -." See f.x. 2/2b above.

228 39/41b: ”Verily We (Allah*) have revealed the Book (the Quran*) - - -.” Can Allah have made book of this quality? Simply no. No god makes a second rate - or third rate - book. See 38/39.

229 39/41c: “Verily We (Allah*) have revealed the Book (the Quran*) to thee (Muhammad*) - - -". One ominous question was raised already in the first years, and still exists: Was the Quran revealed to Muhammad, or did Muhammad (perhaps helped by some accomplice or a mental illness - TLE (Temporal Lobe Epilepsy)) "reveal" the Quran? In the last case Islam is a made up religion - and all the errors in the book indicate something sinister.

230 39/41d: “Verily We (Allah*) have revealed the Book (the Quran*) to thee (Muhammad*) in Truth - - -”. At best partly the truth - see all the mistakes, etc.

231 39/41e: “Verily We (Allah*) revealed the Book (the Quran*) - - -, for (instructing) mankind.” If Allah is a good god, like Islam pretends, why then all the immoral instructions and inhumanity one finds especially in the some 22-24 surahs from Medina? And a book with this many errors is not fit for instruction – not as a basis for the religion of a benevolent god and claimed omniscient god.

232 39/41f: "- - - revealed - - -". Is the Quran at all revealed? With all its errors, etc., it is form no god - then who in case revealed it?

233 39/41g: “He, then, that receive guidance (see 39/41c*) benefits his own soul - - -“. How can it benefit your soul to steal/loot, hate, rape, murder, mass murder (many, many cases in Muslim history), enslave, etc? It benefits your pocket – and gives Muhammad and his successors many and cheap warriors – but your soul? Wrong. This kind of life only brutalizes a man – and his culture and religion. For similar claims see 2/2 – 2/5 – 2/120 – 10/35 – 12/111 – 16/64 - 16/89 - 18/55 – 22/54 - 27/2 – 31/3 – 41/44 – 45/11 – 46/30 – 47/32 – 68/7 – 71/13 – 87/3.

234 39/41h: "- - - guidance - - -". See 7/192a above.

235 39/41i: "- - - he (non-Muslim*) who strays (from the Quran*) injures his own soul". This only is true if the Quran is 100% correct in everything.

236 39/41j: “Nor art thou (Muhammad*) set over them (“infidels”) to dispose of their affairs.” But 5 – 7 years later, when Muhammad started to gain power from 622 AD on, that changed – he became an overseer, enforcer and a robber baron – and later a warlord - - - and rules/religion had to change. Or was it the other way around – that it was Allah who changed his mind and wanted more inhumanity, immoral action, and blood? Anyhow the result was contradictions and abrogations compared to the old. 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 in "1000 Mistakes in the Quran". (At least 28 abrogations).

237 39/41k: “Nor art thou (Muhammad*) set over them (“infidels”) to dispose of their affairs.” But 5 – 7 years later, when Muhammad started to gain power from 622 AD on, that changed – he became an overseer, enforcer and robber baron – and later a warlord - - - and rules/religion had to change. Or was it the other way around – that it was Allah who changed his mind and wanted more inhumanity, immoral action, and blood? Anyhow the result was contradictions and abrogations compared to the old. 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).

238 39/41l: "- - - thou (Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

239 39/42a: “It is Allah who takes the souls (of men) at death - - -.”

32/11: “The Angel of Death (singular* and obviously a name – capital letters*) - - - will (duly) take your souls - - -.” But:

47/27: “- - - the angels (plural*) take their souls at death - - -.”

(2 contradictions.)

240 39/42b: "- - - those that did not (He (Allah*) takes (the soul from*) during their sleep". Sleep according to the Quran has to do with that Allah takes away your soul for some time. You wake up when/if he sends it back. Not exactly the explanation modern science use.

241 39/42c: ”- - - those on whom He (Allah*) has passed the decree of death - - -.” Allah decides - predestination.

242 39/42d: "- - - for a time appointed". = For the predestined time - Allah predestines everything.

243 39/42e: "Verily - - -". See 2/2b above.

244 39/42f: “- - - Sign - - -.” Invalid as proof for Allah. See 2/39b above.

245 39/42g: "- - - for those who reflect". See 13/3j above.

246 39/43a: "Do they take for intercessors others beside Allah?" See 2/165c, 2/255a, 6/106b and especially 25/18a above.

247 39/43b: "Say (Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

248 39/43c: "Even if they (pagan gods*) have no power and no intelligence+". But honestly the only one in the Quran who has proved power and intelligence, is Muhammad himself - yes, and perhaps Yahweh. Allah in reality has proved absolutely nothing about himself - even not that he exists. Everything about Allah are just words from Muhammad - a not too reliable person (read the Quran and look for his demands and deeds, not for his words, and this is easy to see - - - and demands and deeds are far more reliable than unproved, cheap words.)

249 39/44a: "Say (Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

250 39/44b: "To Allah belongs (the right to grant) intercession - - -". One more of Muhammad's never proved claims - claims any believer in any religion can make free of charge on behalf of his/her god(s) as long as one can fast-talk requests for proofs away, as lofty claims are that cheap.

251 39/44c: "To Allah belongs (the right to grant) intercession - - -". Contradicted by the Bible which tells that this right belongs to Yahweh. Also see 67/9c below - a strong one. 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.

252 39/44d: "- - - to Him (Allah*) belongs the dominion of the heavens (plural and wrong*) and the earth - - -". See 39/44b above.

253 39/44e: "- - - heavens - - -". Wrong. See f.x. 2/22d above.

254 39/44f: "- - - in the End - - -". At the Day of Doom.

255 39/44g: "- - - in the End, it is to Him (Allah*) that ye (people*) shall be brought back". See 39/44b+c above.

256 39/45a: "When Allah, the One and Only, is mentioned, the hearts of those who believe not in the Hereafter are filled with disgust and horror - - -." This may be because of the war mentality and the partly immoral moral and ethical codes. In addition there are disbelief, because something is seriously wrong in the Quran, and thus in the religion of Islam.

257 39/45b: "When Allah - - - is mentioned, the hearts of those not believing in the Hereafter - - -." Muhammad claimed his god was for all the world. Any god had known nearly all people in the world even at that time, believed in a "hereafter". Then who made the Quran?

258 39/45c: "- - - Allah, the One and Only - - -". Often claimed, but never proved in the Quran - and as the Quran is not from a god, Allah may not even exist, this even more so as his existence has never been proved, but rests only on the words of Muhammad, a man with a doubtful moral and lust for riches (for attracting and keeping followers) and power (and women). See 2/255a, 2/165c, and 26/18a above.

259 39/45d: "- - - those who believe not in the Hereafter - - -". The intended meaning is the non-Muslims - one of Muhammad's many negative names for them - even though many non-Muslims believe in a hereafter.

260 39/46a: "Say (Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

261 39/46b: "(Allah*). Creator of the heavens(plural and wrong*) and the earth!" Often claimed in the Quran, never proved anywhere. See f.x. 6/1e above.

262 39/46c: “- - - heavens - - -“. Plural and wrong. See 2/22d.

263 39/46d: "(Allah is*) Knower of all that is hidden and open". Definitely wrong if he made the Quran - f.x. far too many facts are wrong. Also see 2/233h above.

264 39/46e: "- - - Thy (Allah's*) Servants - - -". In the Quran this expression may mean all humanity, all Muslims (or all good Muslims), or (all) claimed prophets/messengers for Allah. The clear and not to be misunderstood language in the Quran! In this case it seems to mean all humanity.

265 39/46f: "- - - in matters about which they (the humans*) have differed". This somewhat unclear remark most likely means religious differences - that is nearly the only differences worth mentioning for the maker(s?) of the Quran.

266 39/47a: "- - - the wrongdoers - - -". One of Muhammad's many distaste inducing names for non-Muslims.

267 39/47b: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

268 39/47c: "- - - the pain of the Penalty - - -". See 3/77b above.

269 39/47d: "- - - the Penalty - - -". Here: Hell.

270 39/47e: "- - - something will confront them (non-Muslims) - - -". See next verse.

271 39/48a: "- - - the Evil of their (non-Muslims and too bad Muslims*) Deeds will confront them (on the Day of Doom*) - - -". In the Quran your deeds in this world are more essential on the Day of Doom than in the Bible, where the benevolence of and forgiving from the god is more central than in the Quran. This is done so from the maker of the Quran, and if this maker was Muhammad, we point to the fact that such weight-laying on deeds and obedience in this life, gave Muhammad more benefit from his followers - an more power over them. At least false prophets normally go for power, riches for things and more power - and sometimes women.

272 39/48b: "- - - Evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

273 39/48c: "- - - that which they (non-Muslims*) used to mock at". Islam. Also pep-talk to Muhammad's followers.

274 39/49a: "Nay, but this is but a trial - - -". Why does an omniscient god who on top of all decides everything himself, have to try his followers? There is no logic in it.

275 39/49b: "- - - but most of them (people*) understand not!" We are back to the old fact: May be that was just what some of them did - understood that something was really wrong with Muhammad's new religion.

276 39/50: "Thus (that their prosperity was because of their own work*) did the (generations) before them (some non-Muslims*) say!" Unbelievable for Muhammad or at least for his religion, as the Quran claims everything you own are gifts from Allah.

277 39/51a: "- - - the evil results - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

278 39/51b: "- - - the wrongdoers - - ". Normally Quran-speak for non-Muslims - one of Muhammad's many negative names for non-Muslims.

279 39/51c: "- - - wrongdoers - - ". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

280 39/51d: "- - - and they ("wrongdoers"*) will never be able to frustrate (our (Allah's*) Plan)". The predestination again: Allah decides everything and nothing can change his decisions and Plan.

281 39/51e: "- - - (our (Allah's*) Plan) - - -". Allah has made a Plan for everything which is going to happen in all the future, and he predestines everything according to this plan. If this is true, out of the window goes even the smallest morsel of man's claimed free will - - - and in comes a question Islam is not able to meet: How can Allah punish - and reward - humans for their deeds if he himself has predestined everything? Islam tries to cover this problem by means of mysticism ("partly free will" which the laws oc chaos makes as destroying for predestination and precognition as full free will - or: "it is just that humans cannot understand how the combination of Allah's deciding of everything and man's free will is possible" - but in the immaterial parts of existence there are things impossible even for an omnipotent god), but the combination simply is not possible.

282 39/52a: "Know they (people*) not that Allah enlarges the provision or restricts it, for any He pleases?" The standard Quranic explanation for why some have a better life than others, even if they are not good people or good Muslims; Allah in his unfathomable wisdom has decided it so.

283 39/52b: "Verily - - -". See f.x. 2/2b and 39/2a above.

284 39/52c: “- - - signs - - -.” Invalid as proof for Allah. See 2/39 above.

285 39/52d: "- - - those who believe - - -". Muslims - the Quran uses such expressions only for Muslims.

285 39/53a: "Say (Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

287 39/53b: "- - - my (Allah's*) Servants who have transgressed - - -". Normally "Allah's servants" means either all humanity, (all) Muslims, or the claimed prophets/messengers claimed sent by Allah. But with these restrictions it means all non-Muslim.

288 39/53c: "- - - transgressed against their (non-Muslims*) souls". Nobody transgresses against themselves or their souls by not believing in a claimed message which obviously is wrong.

289 39/53d: "- - - the Mercy of Allah - - -". See 2/2b above.

290 39/53e: "- - - for Allah forgives all sins - - -". There only are 2 who can forgive a sin; the victim and a god. For this sentence to be true, Allah has to exist and to be a god, neither of which is ever proved. There only are the words of Muhammad, and if you omit the glorifying words and just look for the realities, you also in all the central Islamic literature see that Muhammad had doubtful moral, ethics and reliability.

291 39/53f: "(Allah*) is Oft-Forgiving - - -". Allah can forgive nobody unless he exists and in addition is a god.

292 39/53g: "(Allah*) is - - - Most Merciful". Please read the surahs from Medina, the immoral rules included in the Islamic moral code, and the unjust/immoral laws included in the sharia laws, and see if you agree - reality is much more reliable than not proved words, even words often repeated.

293 39/53-61: A pep-talk to Muhammad’s followers.

##294 39/54a: "Turn to our Lord (Allah*) - - -". It is not possible to turn to a god unless he exists - one may try, but if he just is a made up one, you either cheat yourself or it is a result of that you are cheated by others.

295 39/54b: "- - - bow to His (Allah's*) (Will) - - -". Similar comment as 39/54a just above.

296 39/54c: "- - - before the Penalty comes on you - - -". This is likely intended to mean "before you end in Hell".

297 39/54d: "- - - Penalty - - -". See 3/77b above.

298 39/54e: "- - - after that (after ending in Hell*) ye (non-Muslims*) shall not be helped". This raises a question: What are the real rules for ending in Hell? As the Quran is not from a god, it is unreliable on points like this, too. Even worse: Its partly immoral moral and ethical codes may indicate that there may be something in the rumor that the Devil was involved in the making of the Quran (and honestly some of its moral and ethical rules, some of its rules for war, etc., etc. really may indicate that there may be a reason for the rumor).

299 39/55a: “And follow the Best of (the courses) (the teachings of the Quran*) revealed to you (Muslims*) from your Lord (Allah*) - - -“. A book overflowing with mistakes, twisted arguments and logic, contradictions, and even obvious lies (like that miracles would make no-one believers), is not the best pilot.

300 39/55b: "- - - revealed - - -". But is the Quran really revealed? - and in case from whom, as no god is involved in a book where so much is wrong like in the Quran?

#301 39/55c: "- - - from your (Muslims*) Lord (Allah*) - - -". No god was involved in the making or delivery of a book so full of mistakes, contradictions, invalid logic, unclear language, little or no innovation (most are from surrounding religions and cultures or from the old Arab pagan religion and culture, included the god al-Lah/Allah), bad composition, etc. like the Quran. It simply is an insult and heresy to blame a god for something of a quality like the Quran.

302 39/55d: "- - - Penalty - - -". See 3/77b above.

303 39/56a: "- - - (my Duty) towards Allah - - -". Nobody has a duty towards Allah unless he exists and is one's real god.

304 39/56b: "- - - (I) was among those who mocked - - -". This is part of a pep-talk from Muhammad to his followers. But there was a reason for mocking if the Quran was/is a made up book - and with all its errors, etc. it is not from any god - and thus Islam a made up religion. Muhammad himself must take the blame for the mocking, as he did not produce one single proof for his claim, in spite of requests for proofs and in spite of that he had to know that all experiences tell that to believe blindly in loose words is a sure way to be deceived and cheated. Muhammad only had loose words and fast-talk to offer - like so many a self proclaimed "prophet" and starter of religions or sects. There were a number of such persons during the early centuries of Christianity, which resulted in a number of apocryphal - made up - "biblical" scriptures. Is the Quran one more of those? - a very apocryphal one in case.

305 39/57a: "- - - if only Allah had guided me (a non-Muslim) - - -". Allah cannot guide anyone unless he exists and in addition is a god. There has been not one proved case of guidance from Allah in 1400 years and more - a lot of claims, but not one proved case (the best proof for this is Islam's silence on this point).

306 39/57b: "- - - guided - - -". No reliable guiding is possible from a guide-book full of errors, contradictions, etc.

307 39/57c: "- - - certainly - - -". See 2/2b above.

308 39/57d: "- - - the righteous - - -". Muslims.

309 39/57e: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

310 39/58a: "- - - the Penalty - - -". See 3/77b above. Though here = Hell.

311 39/58b: "- - - those who do good - - -". Muslims.

312 39/58c: "- - - do good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

313 39/59a: “- - - My (Allah's) Signs - - -.” Invalid as proof for Allah. See 2/39b above.

314 39/59b: "- - - those who reject faith". One of Muhammad's many negative names for non-Muslims.

315 39/59c: "- - - faith - - -". Islam - only Islam is called faith in the Quran.

316 39/60: "- - - lies against Allah - - -". Where is/are he/they ranged who has/have made up the Quran if it is a made up book? - and with all those mistakes, etc. it at least is from no god, as a god does not make such mistakes.

317 39/61a: "But Allah will deliver the righteous to their place of salvation - - -". Again: If Allah exists and is a god, and if the Quran in addition has told the full truth and only the truth about him.

318 39/61b: "- - - the righteous - - -". Muslims.

319 39/61c: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

320 39/61d: "- - - no evil shall touch them (good Muslims in Paradise*), nor shall they grieve". See 39/61a above.

321 39/61e: "- - - their (Muslims'*) place of salvation - - -". The Quran's paradise. See 10/9f above.

322 39/62a: "Allah is the Creator of all things". Often claimed, never proved - and wrong unless Islam proves the opposite. See 6/1e, 6/2b, 11/7a, 21/56c above.

323 39/62b: "- - - He (Allah*) is the Guardian and disposer of all affairs." Allah decides everything - the predestination.

324 39/63a: "To him (Allah*) belong the keys of the heavens (plural and wrong*) and the earth - - -". Yet another of the many of Muhammad's never proved claims in the Quran.

325 39/63b: "To him (Allah*) belong the keys of the heavens (plural and wrong*) and the earth - - -". Contradicted by the Bible, which tells it belongs to Yahweh. 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.

326 39/63c: “- - - heavens - - -“. Plural and wrong. See 2/2a.

327 39/63d: "- - - those who rejects the Sign of Allah - - -". One of Muhammad's many negative names for non-Muslims.

328 39/63e: "- - - those who rejects the Sign of Allah - it is they who will be at a loss". The fact that there does not exist even one sign clearly from Allah aside: If Allah does not exist and is a god, nobody will be at a loss because of not believing in him.

329 39/63f: “- - - Signs of Allah - - -.” Invalid as proof for Allah. See 2/39b above.

330 39/64a: "Say (Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

331 39/64b: "- - - O ye ignorant ones (non-Muslims*)". Accepting the contents of a book in spite of lots and lots of errors, contradictions, invalid logic, etc. also may indicate not only stubborn ignorance, but blindness like in "blind belief".

332 39/65a: (A39/63 – in the English 2008 edition the text is “corrected”): “But it has already been revealed to thee - - -.” Who is “thee” here? From the text it seems to be Muhammad. But Islam says the contents impossible can be meant for him – he would never join gods with Allah, like it is said in the next line. Is it then said to the Muslims or to others? Just pick your choice.

333 39/65b: "- - - revealed - - -". Is the Quran really revealed? - and in case from whom, as no god ever was involved in a book so full of mistakes, etc.?

334 39/65c: "- - - thee (Muhammad*) - - -". A historical anomaly.

335 39/65d: "- - - join (gods with Allah) - - -". See 25/18a above.

336 39/65e: "- - - truly - - -". See 2/2b above.

337 39/65f: "- - - truly fruitless will thy (non-Muslim, not believing in Allah*) work (in life)". This only is true if Allah exists and is a god - and is definitely untrue if the non-Muslim believes in a really existing god (f. x. Yahweh if he exists, which he does both according to the Bible and to the Quran, even though the Quran falsely mixes him with Allah).

338 39/65g: "- - - surely - - -". See 2/2b above.

339 39/65h: "- - - and thou (non-Muslim*) wilt surely be in the ranks of those who loose (all spiritual good)". See 39/65f above.

340 39/66a: "- - - worship Allah - - -". What for as it is extremely unlikely he exists?

341 39/66b: "- - - and be among those who give thanks". For what as long as there in all history and prehistory has been not one proved case of a deed or a gift from Allah? Lots of claims, but never anything but claims and loose words. Also see 39/66a just above.

342 39/67a: "No just estimate have they (non-Muslims*) made of Allah - - -". But the reality is: If they have understood the problem with all the errors, etc. in the Quran correctly, maybe it is they who have understood the book and the religion correctly.

343 39/67b: “- - - heavens - - -.” Plural and wrong. See 2/22d.

344 39/67c: “- - - the heavens (plural and wrong) will be rolled up in His (Allah’s) right hand - - -”. The heaven as the Quran thinks it is, are 7 invisible hemispheres made from some material. How do you roll up hemispheres? But more to the point: The heaven as Muhammad and we saw/see it, is an optical illusion in near vacuum. How do you roll up an optical illusion, and how do you roll up vacuum? Not to mention: How do you roll up a universe?

345 39/67d: "High is He (Allah*) above (all others*) - - -". Only if he exists and is a major god.

346 39/67e: "- the Partners they (non-Muslims*) attribute to him (Allah*) - - -". Wrong. Most non-Muslims do not have gods in addition to Allah, but one or more god(s) instead of Allah. Allah is far from as central as Muhammad liked to pretend with expressions like this. Also see 34/8b and 39/32c above.

347 39/68: “- - - heavens - - -.” Plural and wrong. See 2/22d.

348 39/69a: "- - - the Record (of Deeds) will be placed open - - -". This record is a book according to the Quran. But why does an omniscient god need such a record? And why in case does he use so primitive a means as a book? Because Muhammad did not know anything more advanced when he told the story?

349 39/69b: "- - - the witnesses will be brought forward - - -". Why does an omniscient god need witnesses?

350 39/69c: "- - - just - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes - and not to forget: Its partly unjust judicial code. Compare to "do unto others like you want others do unto you" and see for youtself.

351 39/69d: "- - - not be wronged - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

352 39/70a: "- - - will be paid in full (the fruit) of its Deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

353 39/70b: "- - - will be paid in full (the fruit) of its Deeds - - -". Beware that in the Quran the balance between your bad and good deeds counts more at the Day of Doom than in NT, where the benevolence of the god and forgiving is more central than in the Quran. There also is another difference: In the Quran the good deeds are enlarged and weigh up to 10 times of what a similar bad deed weighs - and some deeds guarantees you entrance to paradise no matter of how bad you are (to be killed in war/raid for Allah/Muhammad/the leader). It is easy to enter paradise in Islam - if it exists.

354 39/70c: "- - - (Allah) knoweth best all that they (people*) do". See 2/233h above.

355 39/71a: "The Unbelievers will be led to Hell - - -". If there really exist a god and a next life, this may be true. But as the Quran with all its errors is from no god, the 64ooo dollar question is: The believers of what religion will end in Paradise? - and the rest will may be not end there. If the Quran is a made up book, Islam is a made up religion, and the Muslims will be among "the rest". Sorry, but this is an undisputable fact.

356 39/71b: "- - - the Unbelievers - - -". Non-Muslims.

357 39/71c: “- - - Did not messengers come to you from among yourselves - - -?” No they did not. The Hadith/Islam speaks about 124ooo prophets. If so many had been working somewhere, sometime, at least a few of them had left traces. There are none. See 35/24i+j.

358 39/71d: "- - - from among yourselves - - -". Muhammad again and again stresses that prophets come from the people it is going to work among (even to the claim is not 100% true). This makes it natural that a prophet in Arabia is and Arab - "ergo" Muhammad was an normal prophet (thought the greatest of them all). As Muhammad had no proofs for his claims, he had to legitimize himself in other ways.

359 39/71e: “- - - Signs of your (peoples'*) Lord (Allah*) - - -.” Invalid as proof for Allah. See 2/39b above.

360 39/71f: "- - - this Day of yours (sinners*) - - -". The Day of Doom.

362 39/71h: "- - - true - - -". See 2/2b and 13/1g above and 40/75 below.

363 39/71-75: Pep-talk for the followers of Muhammad (like so much more in the Quran).

364 39/72: "- - - the arrogant". One of Muhammad's many negative names for non-Muslims. This one is a bit ironic, because if you leaf through Muslim history, you will find a lot of arrogance - even arrogance within Islam between groups. Arabs f.x. for centuries reckoned themselves to be better than other Muslims (which made a lot of strife). And for to mention a modern(?) sample: Muslims in large parts of Afghanistan see that their surroundings practice Islam in the same way as they themselves. Then that way may be the correct one, and Muslims in other countries practicing it differently - f.x. no beard like Muhammad - are lower quality Muslims. Etc.

365 39/73a: "- - - those who feared their Lord (Allah*) - - -". Muslims.

366 39/73b: "- - - the Garden - - -". The Quran's and Islam's Paradise. See 10/9f above.

367 39/73c: "Enter ye (Muslims*) here (in Paradise*), to dwell therein". If Allah exists and is a major god, and if the Quran has told 100% the truth and only the truth for once. Also see 10/9f above.

368 39/74a: "Praise be to Allah - - -". See 1/1a above - do you agree to that he deserves it?

369 39/74b: "- - - Allah, who has fulfilled his promise to us (Muslims*) - - -". For the sake of Muslims we most hope this pep-talk tells the truth. But we must remind you that never on this side of Adam there have been no single proved incidence neither of Allah giving a promise, not of him keeping one. Not even Muhammad was able to prove a millimeter about Allah (or about his own claimed connection to a god - Allah or another).

370 39/74c: "- - - truly - - -". Similar to 39/2a above. Also see 2/2b and 13/1g above.

371 39/74d: "- - - the Garden - - -". The Quran's and Islam's Paradise. See 10/9f above.

372 39/74e: "- - - how excellent a reward (for Muslims*) - - -". Yes, but it only is true - if the Quran unerringly has told the full truth and only the truth.

373 39/74f: "- - - work (righteousness) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

374 39/75a: “And thou will see the angles surrounding the Throne (divine) on all sides, singing Glory and Prize to their Lord (Allah*)”. As Allah lives above the 7. heaven and mere normal Muslims live far down even in Paradise - in the lowest Heaven - this sight will take a little explaining. The distance simply will be too big (especially as Hadiths indicate there is a long distance between each of the heavens.

375 39/75b: "- - - (perfect) justice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral and unethical moral and ethical codes, and not to forget in accordance with its own partly unjust judicial code.

376 39/75c: "- - - Allah, the Lord of the Worlds!". Often claimed in the Quran, never really documented anywhere. One of the very many never proved claims in the Quran.

377 39/75d: "- - - Allah, the Lord of the Worlds!". Contradicted by the Bible, which tells that the lord of the world is Yahweh, not Allah. (And we remind you: When we some places - far from all - points to contradictions between the Bible and the Quran, we do not say that the Bible is right. We just point to differences, and give Islam the possibility to do what they never have done through all times: Prove that it is they who are telling the truth.)

378 39/75e: “- - - the Worlds - - -“. One more reference to the 7 flat Earths which exist according to the Quran – and according to Hadiths are placed one above the other. No comments necessary. See 65/12.

Surah 39: Sub-total 378 + 15.215 = 15.593 comments.

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