Allah in the Quran, Chapter 17

 

ALLAH'S OMNISCIENCE

 

001 To say that someone is omniscient, is just another word for to say he knows everything.

Allah's claimed omniscience is in the Quran mainly used for:

  1. Warning: Allah sees you and will punish your bad deeds.
  2. "Carrot": Allah sees you and will reward your good deeds.
  3. "Be good and obedient - remember that Allah sees you.
  4. A threat against non-Muslims.
  5. A consolation for Muslims seeing non-Muslims having a good life, etc.

Many or most places at least 3 purposes may be intended, even though we normally point to one or two of them in each case.

002 The Quran claims Allah is omniscient. If this is true - and especially if he on top of all predestines everything - there is no logic in his claimed need to test you - he can learn absolutely nothing from it, as he already knows everything.

003 Look at the long list below: 200+ points. Nearly each and every point tells that Allah knows every atom of your deeds, your words, your thoughts, your meanings - even your heart. And the list is not even complete - there are more.

How is it possible for anybody knowing the Quran, and knowing all the points below and more - how is it possible to believe that Allah sent - and sends - men on raids and to war in order to test them?! Knowing absolutely everything already, there is not one iota he can learn from such "tests".

There is neither logic nor realism in the claim.

004 ######We know something about "taqlid" - the main fact behind most Muslims belief. We know something about the difficulties of accepting that the "truths" one learnt as a small child - before 6-7 years - may be wrong. (The plasticity and lost plasticity of the brain - 75% adults who become Muslims, leave the religion again within 3 years.) We know something about humans in addition. But we do not know enough about psychology to understand, not to mention explain, how it is possible to believe in that "explanation", when hundred verses in the Quran strongly tell in clear words that the "explanation" is wrong - Allah knows EVERYTHING already.

005 But of course the "testing" was/is a good argument for somebody on Earth needing warriors. If the real explanation for the claims about "testing", was that Muhammad needed some way to explain why Allah(?) wanted his followers to steal and rob and extort and fight wars for him, then suddenly everything is possible to understand.

(Many of the points in the previous chapter - about predestination - are relevant also here. Also see the next chapter - about Allah's claimed knowledge.)

006 Finally a most pertinent impertinent question: Why does a claimed omniscient god need to write down things - to keep a record? - and in books, not even a PC or something even more advanced?

###### Another - and serious - point is that to "explain" that the Quran means something different from what it really says, is to falsify and corrupt it.

Also: What is sure, is that no god ever made a holy book as full of wrong facts, other errors, contradictions, unclear language, etc. like the Quran. ##### Besides: Which one of the 20-30 known versions accepted by Islam of the Quran (see 15/9c) - if any (and there were even more versions through the times) - is in case the correct one?

007 We also remind you of:

40/75: “- - - the Truth (the Quran*) - - -”. To repeat things:

  1. The Quran contains more than 1750 (likely 2ooo+) places with wrong facts. Add the ones we have overlooked (some more we have found during the work with this book will be added - perhaps 250 new ones? - 2ooo all together?) + all the other kinds of mistakes and other types of wrongs and you may have some 3000 or more places with mistaken facts, other errors, contradictions, etc. in one single book.
  2. The Quran in addition contains at least 200+ “most likely“ wrong facts.
  3. The Quran is likely to contain more mistaken facts we have not seen.
  4. The Quran contains lots of invalid “signs” claiming to be indicating or “proving” Allah/Islam. The use of invalid arguments is the hallmark of cheats.
  5. The Quran contains hundreds of point with unclear language or meaning. Not from an omniscient god declaring that his words are easy and plain to understand.
  6. The Quran contains a number of invalid “proofs,” pretending to indicate or “prove” Allah/Islam. The use of invalid “signs” and “proofs” are strong hallmarks for cheats, swindlers, and deceivers.
  7. The Quran contains a huge number of claims and statements taken from thin air or resting on other invalid claims, statements, “signs”, or “proofs”. The use of such invalid arguments and cheap words is the hallmark of cheats and deceivers.
  8. There is not one single statement, “sign” or “proof” in the Quran which really proves Allah - they without exception are logically invalid, mostly because it is not first proved that it really is Allah who is behind them. There are a few taken from the Bible that may indicate a god - not Allah, but a god. But the Bible talks about Yahweh, not about Allah (and the teachings are fundamentally so different - see 29/46 - that in spite of what the Quran and Hadith say, Allah is not the same god as the one Jesus told about - not unless he is schizophrenic.)
  9. The Arab Quran contains more than 100 linguistic mistakes according to linguists.
  10. The Quran is said to be pure Arabic. But it contains a lot of non-Arabic words. We have seen different numbers, but perhaps 275 different words according to Arthur Jeffries (the word Quran is said to be one of them). For the story these are not serious, but they are mistakes compared to what the Quran says, and the Quran pretends to be perfect and without mistakes - sent down from an omniscient god. Islam has an explanation, though: Arabs has used the foreign words and made them Arab. A Negro does not become an Arab even if he moves to Arabia. A very practical way of making something look true only.
  11. The Quran contains at least ca. 400 contradictions. (To be on the careful side we often say 300+)
  12. The Quran contains at very least 400+ places where the original Arab text is so unclear that it is impossible to be sure what is really meant. (To be on the careful side we often say 300+)
  13. The Quran contains lots and lots and lots of places where the text is unclear (at least 300+ only of "different ways of reading") - this is openly admitted also by Muslim scholar (you will find it in any reasonably thorough book explaining Quranic texts).

The Quran at best is partly true. There are very good reasons for doubt and skepticism.

It is also told that the Quran is a copy of a revered “Mother Book” in the Heaven of Allah. This has to be wrong. An omnipotent god impossibly can have revered - not kept as a funny curiosum, but revered!! - a book with that many mistakes and contradictions, that number of loose and without value claims and statements, not to mention all the invalid “signs” and “proofs”- hallmarks of an imbecile or a cheat or deceiver. Besides: The other 124ooo (= 620 at any time for 5ooo years or 12-15 for 160-200ooo years. No traces from them found. Believe it if you can.)+ earlier prophets (or at least many of them) according to Islam received a similar copy of the Mother Book. Pretend you were the prophets Hud or Salih living at least 2000 years before Muhammad (because Moses spoke about them according to the Quran, and he lived (?) some 2000 years before Muhammad - Hud and Salih consequently must have lived before that), or that you were one of the Indian prophets in the Americas before 1492 AD – or in the Arctic or in Australia 100 years before Botany Bay – the Quran and Islam claims that all people have had prophets. Then read the Quran and see how much you would understand and how much not – even words like cows, sheep, goats, camels, ships, coats of mail, and a number of other words – what did they mean in old South America or Australia? And how much is irrelevant? – f.x. Muhammad’s family problems, all the facts and happenings relevant mostly for Arabia, etc.

Read the Quran with that in your mind – and weep.

008 Would a god make or revere or use copies of such a claimed timeless and unchangeable book for his prophets through all times and all over the world? – Remember we here talk about the perfect and timeless Mother Book that the Quran and all other not falsified books sent down to the prophets all over the world from Adam to Muhammad, are exact copies of. This in spite of that Islam explains that the reason for new prophets and new scriptures were that time changed, so the scriptures had to be changed a little - how to change perfect copies of the one and perfect Mother Book?

Finally: Always when you read the Quran, Hadiths, and other Islamic books, you should remember that Muhammad accepted the use of and himself used dishonesty in many forms in words and deeds. Even if the names are younger, it was he who institutionalized dishonesty like al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie), Kitman (the lawful half-truth), Hilah (the lawful pretending/circumventing), the use of deceit ("war is deceit" - and "everything" is war), betrayal (f.x. the peace delegation from Khaybar), and even the disuse of oaths (2/225, 5/89, 16/91, 66/2 - and the star case 3/54 (if Allah could cheat, cheating is ok)), which also includes the disuse of words and promises, as they are weaker than oaths = when oaths can be disused, so can words and promises. On top of this it is very clear from the Quran and all other central Islamic books, that Muhammad also liked respect and power and women. Combine these lusts with his acceptance of and personal use of dishonesty - even the gravest kinds: How reliable is that kind of men normally? - and how true and reliable are their never proved claims and tales?

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009 1/1-7b: “In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful, Praise be to Allah - - - Thee do we (Muhammad and Muslims*) worship and thine aid we seek. Show us the straight way - - -“. Allah knows everything, also "the way". But all the same the Quran starts with a contradiction. All the places where Muhammad quotes Allah, starts with the word “Say”. It is not present here, ###########which means that it is Muhammad or Muslims who are praying - as said above; in a book claimed and presumed to have been made by Allah at least before Adam, since also Adam (who in reality never existed, as man developed from earlier primates according to science) was introduced to the book (even though it would be extremely unlikely he knew how to read, if he had existed - the first alphabet, the cuneiform one of the Sumerians, just is 5ooo-6ooo years old. Homo Sapiens - modern man - is 160ooo - 200ooo years old according to science), but perhaps have existed since eternity – which means at least since before the Universe was created some 13.7 billion years ago). And a book which is the revered and unalterable "Mother of the Book" (= Mother of the Quran) in Heaven (13/39, 43/4, 85/21-22) – revered by Allah and his angels in his own “home”. Impossible and a solid internal contradiction.

Muslims try to explain it with that Allah is omniscient and knows everything, and of course knew this, too – that Muhammad would be praying, and included it in the "mother book" at the beginning of time.

The problem only is that this is even theoretically impossible, if man has free will – and if man has no free will, then for one thing the Quran is lying on this point, and for another thing: How then explain that all the bad and unjust persons in reality are acting according to Allah's wishes/predestination, and how to justify that a presumably good and benevolent god forces humans to behave in such ways that they end in Hell?

The combination of that Allah knows everything long before – not to mention that he decides and predestines everything – and free will for man is an absolute impossibility, even for gods. Actually it is a version of “the Time Travel Paradox”, and that paradox is long since proved unsolvable.

An easy way to understand this is:

  1. If Allah is omniscient: The moment Allah says: "Now I know the future", man can do nothing that changes what Allah knows, because that would make Allah’s knowledge wrong. Man has no free will from that moment (and remember that Allah has decided and knows your life since before you were born, and in this special case much longer - he f.x. according to Hadiths decides your future and whether you are to end in Hell or in Heaven, when the fetus which is to become you, is 4 months old = 5 months before you even are born) – .
  2. If man has free will: Then it is not possible for Allah to know the future, because a man - or an animal - can always change his/its mind one more time, after Allah thought that now he knows the future. Then Allah is not omniscient, or at least not fully clairvoyant.
  3. Some Muslims try to explain this away with claiming that man has partly free will - an expression never used in the Quran, and we also never have found an explanation for what it means. But this "explanation" is meaningless, as if a person cannot change his mind about something, then he has no free will in that case, and is just a puppet, and if he can change his mind even the fraction of an inch, this will change the future, and Allah's full precognition is lost. Besides as mentioned: The claim that man has free will is never restricted in any way in the Quran.

Actually Islam admits they are unable to explain this – probably largest – contradiction in the Quran. Their solution simply is to say: We cannot understand or explain it, but is has to be true, as Allah say so in the Quran (!!!) We quote from "The Message of the Quran" - a book certified by Al-Azhar Al-Sharif Islamic Research Academy (Al-Azhar in Cairo is one of the 2-3 foremost Islamic universities in the world),(A6/141 - In the English 2008 edition A6/143): "- - - the real relationship between Allah's knowledge of the future (and, therefore, the ineluctability of what is to happen in the future) on the one side, and man's free will, on the other - two propositions which, on the face of it, seem to contradict one another - is beyond man's comprehension; but since both are postulated by Allah (in the Quran - a book full of mistakes*), both must be true".

The ultimate defeat for intelligence and knowledge. And the ultimate victory for blind belief.

But as for this explaining away of how the prayer is taken into in the Quran – a copy of the claimed very old "Mother of the Book" - there are only these 5 possible solutions:

  1. Allah was praying to himself in the "mother book". Too ridiculous to discuss.
  2. Muhammad was really praying, but outside the text from the "mother book" and then adding it into the Quran. But how much more of the texts in the Quran is then from outside the "mother book" - just added to it?
  3. It really is from the "mother book", but Allah or Gabriel forgot the essential word "say"– but how many more words are then forgotten in the Quran?
  4. It - the order "Say" - was in the "mother book" and neither Allah nor Gabriel forgot – but Muhammad did. But then – if he forgot something, how much more did he forget which should have been in the Quran?
  5. Muhammad or someone made up the Quran or at least this surah, and forgot to pretend it was from Allah.

Pick your choice.

There are similar contradictions - Muhammad speaking - with the claim that it is all from Allah, at least in these verses: 2/286, 6/104, 6/114, 11/2b, 19/36b, 27/91a, 42/10a and 51/50-51a (and likely in 16/63a). In addition there as mentioned above, is at least one place where it is clear that angels are speaking (41/30-32) - which makes it impossible that the book can be from eternity, as at least some of the angels had to be created before the book (if not angels could not speak in the book (and as they spoke to humans, the book could not be made before there were humans) - and actually the similar goes for Muhammad - ###############he could not speak in the Quran before he was born, so the Quran cannot be older than Muhammad.

010 2/33e: "- - - I (Allah*) know what ye reveal and what ye conceal- - -". According to the Quran Allah knows absolutely everything. But why then 2/233h or similar? But also see 35/38b below.

011 2/77b: "Know they not that Allah knoweth what they conceal and what they reveal?" This unclear verse may instead be the warning you often meet in the Quran: Do not try to cheat - Allah sees everything. Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

012 2/95c: "And Allah is well-acquainted with the wrongdoers" See 2/233h below.

013 2/96: "For Allah sees well what they (non-Muslims, here likely Jews*) do". See 2/85c above and 2/233h and 35/38b below.

###014 2/110c: “- - - Allah sees well what all that ye do.” May be true. Or may be a smart trick by a cunning someone to keep you obeying at all times? It is not possible to know just on basis of a loose statement: To believe - yes. To believe strongly - yes. To know - no. One of the many never proved claims in the Quran. And a psychologically wise one if it was Muhammad's intention to keep his followers "good and obedient" at all times.

015 2/110d: “- - - Allah sees well what all that ye do.” See 2/233h and 35/38b below.

016 2/115c: “For Allah is All-Pervading, All-Knowing”. Looking at the miserable state the facts, "facts", the “signs”, and the "proofs" in the Quran are in, strong real proofs for this are urgently needed. ("A proof is one or more proved facts which can give only one conclusion".) Also see 2/233h and 35/38b below.

017 2/127e: "- - - Thou (Allah*) art the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing". So do not try to cheat - and also see 2/233h and 35/38b below.

018 2/137f: “He (Allah*) is the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing”. See 2/233h and 35/38b below.

019 2/140j: "Say: Do you know better than Allah?" No - not if Allah exists and is omniscient. But we many times know better than all the mistakes, etc. in the Quran - a book which is not from a god, as no god - omniscient or not - would make that many mistakes, errors, contradictions, cases of wrong logic, or helpless language, etc. Conclusions:

  1. No – if Allah really exists and is omniscient and contacted Muhammad. All of which seems to be extremely doubtful judging from all the mistakes, etc. in the Quran.
  2. Perhaps – if Allah really exists, but is not omniscient, but contacted Muhammad – which Muhammad only claimed, never proved, even though it should be possible for Allah.
  3. Yes, compared to the Quran – if Allah really exists, but did not contact Muhammad. Modern science knows a lot more than Muhammad did – and are not going all out for power, etc. = more reliable.
  4. Yes, definitely – if Allah does not exist and just was a fiction from a perhaps sick man (TLE?) building himself a platform of power.

020 2/181b: "For Allah hears and knows (all things). The final threat in many a religion; we cannot know what you do always. But just you wait till the god decides! It is frequently used in the Quran. Also see 2/233h and 35/38b below.

022 2/220b: "- - - Allah knows the man who means mischief (here towards orphans*) from the man who means good" Such things - how an orphan was treated - was impossible fully to check for humans - but remember that Allah sees everything - god or bad. A warning and a carrot.

023 2/224g: "- - - Allah is one who heareth and knoweth all things". Here it seems to mean that Allah understands what you really meant when you swore an oath, and thus can forgive - against expiation - the not too strongly meant oaths (and even the strong ones if there is a reason for breaking them).

But disuse of oaths also have another side: The humans. How can anyone know when a Muslim is telling the truth and when not, when not even an oath is very serious to break, if he thinks there is a reason for doing so? And how can a Muslim telling the plain truth strengthen his/her words in order to be believed, when the opposite part knows about al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie), Kitman (the lawful half-truth), Hilah (the lawful pretending/circumventing), the advices about breaking even oaths if that gives a better result, Muhammad's practicing (and thus permitting all Muslims to do the same) of deceit, etc.?

There are clear samples for that Muhammad lied (f.x. promising the peace delegation from Khaybar safe return (Hadiths)) or advised people to lie (f.x. to hit enemies or save one's money (Hadiths)) + several samples in the Quran itself.

Just for the record: Al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie), Kitman (the lawful half-truth), and Hilah (the lawful pretending/circumventing) can be used at least in these cases (for betrayal, deceit, and broken oaths there are given no real limitations if the broken oath, etc. will give a better result. By implication this also goes for ordinary words and promises, as an oath is something stronger than a normal word or promise):

  1. To save your or others' health or life.
  2. To get out of a tight spot or a dangerous problem.
  3. To make peace in a family.
  4. When it will give a better result than honesty or honoring one’s oath.
  5. To cheat women (should be remembered by girls with Muslim boyfriends wanting sex - or wanting a marriage to get residence or work permit in a rich country (we have personally seen such cases).)
  6. To deceive opponents/enemies.
  7. To betray enemies.
  8. To secure one’s money (very clear from Hadiths).
  9. To defend Islam. (Advised used if necessary to succeed.)
  10. To promote Islam. (Advised used if necessary to succeed.)

But al-Taqiyya is a double-edged sword: In the short run you may cheat and deceive some ones – actually also in the long run if the opposite part does not know about this side of Muslims and of Islam, or if he/she is naïve. But in the long run: No-one can quite trust a Muslim/Muslims/Islam in serious questions.

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

024 2/227b: "- - - Allah heareth and knoweth all things". According to the Quran Allah registered absolutely every detail which happened on Earth (and in Heaven) - a never proved claim which sometimes makes one wonder about this and that - f.x. demands which have no meaning if Allah knows the answer already (f.x. his demands for proofs or for testing his followers - meaningless if he already knew the answers). Also see 2/233h and 35/38b below.

025 2/231h: "- - - Allah is well acquainted with all things". If he made the Quran, that book with all its mistakes, etc. proves the opposite. Also see 2/233h and 35/38b below.

026 2/232f: "- - - Allah knows - - -". A warning - do what is right. But this statement only is correct if Allah exists and if the Quran tells the full and only truth on this point. Also see 2/233h and 35/38b below.

027 2/233h: "But fear Allah and know that Allah sees well what ye do". This is the last resort; "You know that may be you can cheat us, but there is a god working together with us, and him you cannot cheat. Be good and obedient - and go to war - and he will reward you. Be disobedient or cheat, and he will punish you." This is a carrot and a stick - or a whip - which costs nothing for a leader, but which is efficient if the underlings believe in it - the ultimate means of total control and dictatorship. True or not does not matter - what counts is what the underlings believe.

But one impertinent question: If Allah knows everything and even predestines everything according to his own unchangeable Plan like the Quran frequently states, why - why - does he then need to test his followers, f.x. by sending them on raids for riches or to war for Muhammad to may be become invalids or be killed? - if he knows everything, he cannot learn anything from testing them. There is no logic in it. And this even more so if Allah as said on top of all really predestines everything you do, and thus knows - and forces you to do - every detail of your life and deeds. Allah's claimed need for testing you is a farce or worse, as a test for one thing could tell him nothing he did not already know, and for another thing: If he predestines everything - like MANY points in the Quran very clearly state and confirm - he also predestines what you do during the claimed tests. The tests thus doubly are without meaning.

But if this was Muhammad who needed the carrot and the whip, the logic appears.

This kind of whip (and also the carrot) is much used by Muhammad in the Quran.

028 2/233i: "- - - know that Allah sees well what ye (Muslims*) do". See 2/2b, 2/233h, and 35/38b above.

029 2/234c: "And Allah is well acquainted with what ye do". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

030 2/237d: "For Allah sees well what ye do". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

The whip and the carrot in one sentence. The under lying claim is that Allah is behind the moral code etc, and you have to follow his rules. But no omniscient god is behind a book of a quality like the Quran, and no good and benevolent god is behind a moral code or laws like the dark parts of what you find in the Quran.

031 2/244f: "- - - Allah heareth and knoweth all things." One of the innumerable not documented claims you find in the Quran - but some of them (like this one) acted as good "whips" for obedience and discipline from their followers to leaders (included Muhammad). But also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

032 2/261d: "- - - He (Allah*) knoweth all things." See 2/233h and 35/38b above.

033 2/265b: "Allah seeth well whatever ye do". See 2/233h and 35/38b above.

034 2/270a: "- - - be sure Allah knows it all". - and will reward you for it. The carrot - but also the whip. Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

035 2/271c: "And Allah is well acquainted with what ye do". In this case the carrot. But also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

036 2/283b: "And Allah knoweth all that ye do". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

037 3/5b: "From Allah, verily nothing is hidden - - -". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

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###038 3/7c: “- - - in it are verses basic or fundamental (of established meaning); they (all the verses that are to be understood literally*) are the foundation of the Book”: There is no doubt that the Quran is meant to be understood literally where nothing else is specified. And as Allah knows EVERYTHING, this has to be true. Also see 3/7b just above and 11/1b below.

We also want to add a little more about this verse, as the addition is essential in some of all the places Islam/Muslims try to “explain” away statements, etc., that obviously are not true, by saying they are allegories:

There are some scattered verses said to be allegories or similar, and which are explained the meanings of. As the meanings are explained, these must be understood as included in “verses basic or fundamental”.

There are no clear allegories, where the meaning is not obvious or explained. There are a number of verses where the meaning is difficult or impossible to see. But unclear speech does not mean an allegory – an allegory is a (clear) story which means something else. Unclear speech only is indistinct or unclear speech. And wrong facts or other wrong information only are wrong information.

###039 3/7d: ”- - - no one knows its hidden meaning except Allah”. In any text – even in Donald Duck – it is possible to find – or make up - hidden meanings. But this is strongly advised against in this verse (3/7): Only Allah is qualified to do that:”- - - no one knows its hidden meaning except Allah”. And who is better to know just that than Allah? – the maker of the book (?) - and the one revering the presumed "Mother Book" in Allah's home, a book which the Quran is claimed to be a copy of(without proofs like normal for Islam)?

But all the same a standard explanation used by Islam to “explain” any mistake or contradiction which is difficult to explain, is that it must not be understood literally, but allegorically. As soon as f.x. science shows that something in the Quran is wrong, that text switches from being “basic and fundamental – of established meaning”, to becoming an allegory. This in spite of Allah's and in spite of the Quran's clear words. It is one of the three most frequently used last ditch ways Islam and Muslims use to try to “explain” away things that cannot be explained. (The other ones are: “You cannot take the meaning from just one point or a few verse – you have to judge from the whole surah (or the whole Quran)", and: "You are just a Muslim hater or Israel lover and what facts you tell consequently are invalid and of no interest"). This in spite of that they themselves happily and with glee quotes and often even twists words far out of context to favor Islam (f.x. “There is (even wrongly quoted) no compulsion in religion”) or to discredit any other religion). But 3/7 proves that to make up hidden meanings behind the words – f.x. changing its meaning to be allegorical where an allegory is not indicated – is wrong and strongly against Allah’s wish and order: It is the work of “those in whose hearts is perversity”. ################(Actually to claim the Quran means something different from what it says where no allegory, etc. is indicated, is to pervert the text and the book)

Well, you may add one more last ditch way of flying from difficult facts: "You cannot understand the Quran correctly, unless you read it in Arab". This is nonsense - what one brain is able to express, another brain of similar quality and knowledge/education is able to understand. There may be a few words which will need explanation, but that is it - and that is normal for all languages. Arab even only is a medium difficult language to translate, according to linguists. (We my add that the Japanese used to say similar things - other languages impossibly could express the same as the advanced cultural language Japanese. They stopped saying it when many enough had learnt other languages to see the idiocy in the claim - and Japanese really was an advanced, cultural language. The Arab of the Quran is the language of primitive pre-medieval tribes - a lot polished by early scholars, but still that language. But Islam cannot let the naive claim go, because they need it as a last resort "argument".)

Similar in 6/114c-d, 11/1b, 16/103f, 18/1d-g, 18/1-2, 18/2a-b, 19/97b, 27/1b, 28/2, 41/3a-d, 43/2a-b, 44/2a-b, 44/58b-e, 54/17a, 54/32a-b, 54/40a below.

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040 3/20j: "- - - in Allah's sight are (all) His servants". If they are in his sight, why then did he have to test them? Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

041 3/20k: "- - - in Allah's sight are (all) His servants". This only can be true if Allah exists and in addition is a god.

042 3/29a: "Whether ye hide what is in your hearts or reveal it, Allah knows it all". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

043 3/34: "- - - Allah heareth and knoweth all things". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

044 3/35f: "- - - Thou (Allah*) hearest and knowest all things". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

045 3/63a: "- - - Allah hath full knowledge of those who do mischief". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

046 3/66c: "It is Allah who knows, and ye who know not." Wrong if the Quran is a sample of Allah's knowledge.

047 3/73h: "- - - He (Allah*) knoweth all things". See 2/233h above.

048 3/92e: "- - - Allah knoweth it well". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

049 3/98e: "- - - Allah is Himself witness to all ye do". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

050 3/115c: "- - - Allah knoweth well those who do right". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

051 3/119d: "Allah knoweth well all the secret of the heart". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

052 3/120d: "- - - Allah compasseth round about all that they (non-Muslims*) do". = Allah sees and knows everything. Just here it also means that Allah is smarter than them, and cheats them. One of the verses behind the al-Taqiyya dogma. Also see 2/233h above.

053 3/121f: "- - - Allah heareth and knoweth all things - - -". See 2/233h above.

054 3/153f: "For Allah is well aware of all that ye do". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

055 3/154j: "For Allah knoweth well the secrets of your hearts". Well, this is just the point: If this is true, why does he then have to test them in bloody battles? Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

056 3/156i: "- - - Allah sees well all that ye do". Do not try to cheat - you cannot cheat Allah. Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

057 3/180g: "- - - Allah is well acquainted with what ye do". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

058 4/32c: "For Allah hath full knowledge of all things". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

059 4/33d: "For truly Allah is witness to all things". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

060 4/39b: "For Allah hath full knowledge of them". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

061 4/42h: "- - - never will they (not good Muslims* and non-Muslims*) hide a single fact for Allah". See 2/233h above and 35/38 below.

062 4/58g: "For Allah is He Who heareth and seeth all things". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

063 4/94i: "For Allah is well aware of all that ye do". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

064 4/127g: "- - - Allah is well acquainted therewith". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below. And also: Do not cheat - Allah sees you.

065 4/128d: "- - - Allah is well acquainted with all ye (Muslims*) do". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below. Though in just this case it may be meant as a "carrot" for a peaceful settlement.

066 4/134f: "- - - for Allah is He that heareth and seeth (all things)". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

067 4/135h: "- - - Allah is well acquainted with all that ye do." This cannot be written by a god; in one end of the verse he needs witnesses, and in the other end he knows everything. When you know everything you do not need witnesses - at least not unless you think people will disbelieve you - and definitely not if you are an omniscient god with total power. Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

068 4/147a: "Nay, it is Allah that recogniseth (all good), and knoweth all things". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

069 4/148e: "- - - Allah is He Who heareth and knoweth all things". See 2/233h above.

070 5/7d: "- - - fear Allah, for Allah knoweth well all the secrets of your (Muslims') hearts." The often used warning: Do not try to cheat, because Allah knows everything. (But also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below).

071 5/54j: "- - - He (Allah*) knoweth all thing". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

072 5/61c: "But Allah knoweth fully what they hide". Se 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

073 5/71c: "But Allah sees well all that they do". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

074 5/76e: "- - - He (Allah*) is it that heareth and knoweth all things". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

075 5/97f: "- - - Allah hath knowledge of what is in the heavens (plural and wrong*) and on earth - - -". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

076 5/97i: "- - - Allah is well acquainted with all things." See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

077 5/99d: "But Allah knoweth all that ye (humans*) reveal or ye conceal". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

078 5/116e: "For Thou (Allah*) knowest in full all that is hidden". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

079 6/3b: "He (Allah*) knoweth what ye hide, and what ye reveal - - -". The Quran makes it clear that Allah knows absolutely everything. But see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

080 6/3c: "- - - He (Allah*) knoweth the (recompense) which ye (people*) earn (by your deeds)". Then why - WHY - does he need to test his followers and others to find out what he already knows??! This even more so as he decides everything which happens according to the Quran! There is no logic in this. Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

081 6/18b: "- - - (Allah is looking at you from above*), and He is the Wise, acquainted with all things." Mind your steps - and be obedient - - - which on Earth meant obedient to Muhammad in reality. Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

082 6/18d: "- - - He (Allah*) is - - - acquainted with all things". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

083 6/59b: "He (Allah*) knoweth whatever is on the earth and in the sea". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

084 6/73n: "- - - He (Allah*) is - - - well acquainted (with all things)". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

085 A CONTRAST:

6/104c: "Now have (the Quran*) come - - - from your (Muslim's) Lord (Allah*) - - - I (Muhammad*) am not here to watch over your (people's) doings". THIS IS A SERIOUS ONE: Here it is Muhammad who is speaking - - - in a book presumably made eons ago in Heaven!!! (- or may be it has existed since eternity according to Islam) - an impossibility and a clear contradiction of the Islamic claim that it is a copy of "the Mother of the Book" in the Heaven. (There are some 8 or more such mistakes in the Quran (1/1-7, 2/286c, 6/104c, 6/114, 11/2b, 19/36b, 27/91a, 42/10a and 51/50-51a + likely 16/63, 84/15-16), and at least one case where angels are speaking (41/30-32)) Clear proof(s) for that the Quran is not from Heaven and not from eternity or from before Muhammad - at least not all of it. This lines up with facts like:

    1. There are lots and lots of mistaken facts in the book.
    2. There are lots and lots of other mistakes in the book.
    3. There are lots and lots of wrong scientific facts in the book.
    4. There are lots and lots of invalid “signs” in the book.
    5. There are lots and lots of invalid “proofs” in the book.
    6. There are lots and lots of invalid logic in the book.
    7. There are lots and lots and lots of invalid statements in the book.
    8. There are lots and lots of contradictions in the book.
    9. There are lots and lots of unclear language in the book.
    10. There are lots and lots of grammatical and linguistic errors in the book.
    11. There are lots and lots of non-Arab words in a book claiming to be in pure Arab.
    12. And not least: There is not one valid proof for any of the central religious claims. Not one.

     

    This proves 100% or more that the Quran is not made by an omniscient god - the mistaken facts alone prove this at least 100%.

    086 6/115g: "- - - He (Allah*) is the One Who heareth and knoweth all". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    087 6/117a: "Thy (Muslims'/Muhammad's*) Lord (Allah*) knoweth best who strays from His Way - - -". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    088 6/119c: "Thy Lord (Allah*) knows best those who transgress". Just a reminder: Watch your steps or Allah will punish you. But also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    089 6/132b: "- - - thy (Muslims'*) Lord (Allah) is not mindful of anything that they (good Muslims*) do". Allah knows everything you do and reacts accordingly. Why, if he has predestined everything and humans just are "puppets on strings"? And there also is the problem of 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    090 6/159b: "He (Allah*) will in the end tell them (the not good Muslims and others*) the truth of all that they did". But if Allah knows the truth about everything, why then does he have to test people, f.x. by sending them to war for Muhammad and later leaders? Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    091 7/200: "- - - He (Allah') heareth and knoweth (all things)". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    092 8/17c: "- - - Allah is He Who heareth and knoweth (all things)." A proud, but never documented claim - but also a reminder you frequently meet in the Quran: Allah sees everything, so be good and be obedient to Allah's representative Muhammad (and his successors) - if not punishment will reach you in this or the next life. A good "fact"(?) at least for Muhammad - - - and it was Muhammad who told this to his followers. Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    093 8/42h: "And verily Allah knoweth and heareth (all things)". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    094 8/53c: "- - - Allah is He Who heareth and knoweth (all things). The often repeated warning: Allah sees everything and knows everything. If you do good he, will be kind to you (at least in the next life), but mind you: If you do bad he will punish you. Be good and obedient to Muhammad! ###Remember: The best of all deeds is to go on raids and war. Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    095 8/75g: "Verily Allah is well acquainted with all things". It definitely is no proved verity/truth. Similar to 8/53c and 8/63a above. But also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    096 9/16f: "- - - Allah is well acquainted with (all) that ye (Muslims*) do". A warning - do not try to cheat, because the god will see you. But also see 2/233h above.

    097 9/28j: "- - - Allah is All-Knowing - - -". Just another example of never proved claims in the Quran - you will find more than we refer. Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    Another fact: If Allah delivered the Quran and all its mistaken facts and other errors, all its internal and external contradictions, all its invalid logic, etc. there is a good reason to laugh - and laugh loudly - from claims like this.

    098 9/44e: “And Allah knoweth well those (the Muslims going to war for Allah/Muhammad*) who do their duty”. It is not possible to deny - like most Muslims and many politically correct others try to do today - that war (against “unbelievers”) is a duty for Muslims. It is impossible to say it more directly than the Quran does here. And also that Allah knows the ones who goes to war - and the ones who do not. Ominous for the ones who do not. Also see 2/233h above. "The Religion of Peace"? - do not laugh, it is impolite.

    099 9/78a: "Know they not that Allah doth know their secret (thoughts) and their secret counsels - - -". Here a warning - do not cheat, because Allah will know - but some places also a promise (true or not true is another question) - plus see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    100 9/78d: "- - - Allah knoweth well all things unseen?" A warning - plus see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    101 9/94k: "- - - Him (Allah*) who knoweth what is hidden and what is open - - -". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    102 9/98e: "- - - Allah is He that heareth and knoweth (all things)". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    103 9/103d: "- - - Allah is One Who heareth and knoweth (everything*)". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    104 9/106b: "- - - Allah is All-Knowing, Wise". Not if he made the Quran - too much is wrong. Also see 2/233h and 35/38b below.

    Another fact: If Allah delivered the Quran and all its mistaken facts and other errors, all its internal and external contradictions, all its invalid logic, etc. there is a good reason to laugh - and laugh loudly - from claims like this.

    105 10/40c: "- - - thy (people's*) Lord (Allah*) knoweth best those who are out for mischief". Obviously a warning. But if he knows, why then does he have to test everybody? Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    106 10/65c: "- - - it is He (Allah*)Who heareth and knoweth (all things)". In this case: Remain calm - he will punish them. But also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    *107 11/1e: “- - - from one (Allah*) Who is - - - Well-Acquainted (with all things)”. The mistaken facts in the Quran shows he is not well enough acquainted with all things. Or that someone else made the Quran. But also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    108 11/5a: "- - - He (Allah*) knoweth what they (non-Muslims*) conceal - - - for He knoweth well the (innermost secrets) of the hearts". You will be better off in the next life if you are a good and obedient Muslim - and "they" will get their well deserved punishment. Good! But also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    109 11/5b: "- - - He knoweth well the (innermost secrets) of the hearts". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    110 11/6b: "Allah knoweth (everything*) - - -". Why then 2/233h above and 35/38b below?

    111 11/57b: "For my /Hud's*) Lord (Allah*) - - - watch over all things". See 2/233h above. and 35/38b below

    112 12/76h: "(Allah is*) the All-Knowing". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    113 13/8: "Every single thing is before His (Allah's*) sight - - -". Allah sees - and knows - everything. See 2/233h above.

    114 13/10: Condensed: Allah sees everything. Hidden meaning: The carrot and the stick. Also see 2/233h above.

    115 13/33b: "- - - He (Allah*) Who - - - (knoweth) all that it (people*) doth - - -". See 2/233h above.

    116 13/42d: "He (Allah*) knoweth the doings of every soul - - -". See 2/233h above.

    117 14/38b: "Truly Thou (Allah*) dost know what we (humans*) conceal and what we reveal: for nothing whatever is hidden from Allah - - -". See 2/233h above."

    118 15/86b: “For verily it is thy Lord (Allah*) who is the Master-Creator, knowing all things.” The mistakes in the Quran in case mean that someone else has made the book – or that Allah does not know all things. But see 2/233h above.

    119 16/19: "And Allah doth know what ye conceal, and what ye reveal". One of the often repeated reminders in the Quran: Allah sees everything and punishes the non-Muslims, but rewards good Muslims - both of which are nice and comforting to know for "us". But he also punishes bad Muslims and is good only to the good ones, so stay in line and be good and obedient. Even if Islam should happen to be a false religion, this is a good reminder for Muhammad and his successors - it keeps his/their followers and subjects willing and obedient as long as they believe at least a little. Also see 2/233h and 3/77b above and 35/38b below.

    Another point: If Allah knows everything about you, why then has he to test you? - if he knows everything, he can learn nothing from the test, and this even more so if he predestines everything.

    120 16/23c: "Undoubtedly Allah doth know what they (humans*) conceal, and what they reveal - - -". See 2/233h above.

    121 16/28f: "- - - verily Allah knoweth all that ye (sinners*) did - - -". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    122 16/91i: "- - - Allah knoweth all that ye do". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    123 16/101b: "- - - Allah knows best what He reveals - - -". When revelations are contradicting or there are other errors, it is not Muhammad who has made mistakes, but Allah who in his unfathomable wisdom has chosen to do it like that, so do not question it!.

    124 16/125h: "- - - for thy (people's) Lord (Allah*) knoweth best, who strayed from His Path, and who received guidance". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    125 17/25a: "Thy Lord (Allah*) knoweth best what is in your hearts - - -". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    126 17/30d: "For He (Allah*) doth know - - - all His servants". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    127 17/60a: "- - - thy Lord (Allah*) doth encompass mankind round about - - -". Allah knows everything and dominates man completely. Then why 2/233h and 35/38b?

    128 17/84b: "- - - (Allah*) knows best who it is that is best who it is that is best guided on the Way". But if Allah knows everything, why then 2/233h above and 35/38b below?

    129 17/96b: "- - - He (Allah*) is well acquainted with His servants, and He sees (all things)". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    130 18/26c: "- - - With Him (Allah*) is (the knowledge of) the heavens (plural and wrong*) and the earth: how clearly He sees, how finely he hears (everything) - - -". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    131 19/70a: "And certainly We (Allah*) know best those who are most worthy of being burned therein". Allah knows absolutely everything - - - but he needs books, records and tests. Why? Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    132 20/7b: "- - - He (Allah*) knoweth what is secret and what is yet more hidden". So take care and be good and be obedient. A reminder and a warning - there are many similar, and we mention some of them. But if he knows - and predestines - everything, why then does he have to test even his followers?! Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    133 21/81d: "- - - for We (Allah*) so know all things". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    134 21/110: "It is He (Allah*) Who knows what is open in speech and what ye (people*) hide (in youth hearts)". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    135 22/17h: "- - - for Allah is witness of all things." See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    136 22/59e: "- - - Allah is All-Knowing - - -". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    137 22/61c: "- - - it is Allah Who hears and sees (all things) - - -". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    138 22/75b: "- - - Allah is He Who hears and sees (all things)". See 2/233h above. and 35/38b below

    139 23/92a: "He (Allah') knows what is hidden and what is open - - -". = See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    140 24/19c: "Allah knows - - -". Then why 2/233h above and 35/38b below?.

    141 24/21f: "- - - Allah is One Who hears and knows (all things)". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    142 24/29b: "- - - Allah has knowledge of what ye reveal and what ye conceal. Similar to 24/28b above. But also see 2/233h above.

    143 24/32c:

    "- - - He (Allah*) knoweth all things". Why did he then need records? And also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    144 24/35f: "- - - Allah doth know all things". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    145 24/53c: "- - - Allah is well acquainted with all that ye do", This and similar sentences are much used warnings in the Quran to remind/claim that you can as well speaks the truth, because Allah knows what is true anyhow - - - f.x. he knows when you are making excuses in order not to obey Muhammad. But also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    146 24/60c: "- - - Allah is One Who sees and knows all things". - so do not try to cheat. Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    147 24/64h: "- - - Allah doth know all things". = do not try to cheat. But another point: Why does a god who knows all things, have to test his followers? - Muhammad's main explanation for why Muslims have to go to war and for why they experience setbacks. Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    148 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 and 35/38b below? - and why so much wrong in the Quran?

    149 25/20d: "For Allah is One Who sees (all things)". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    150 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 and 35/38b below.

    151 26/220: "For it is He (Allah*) who heareth and knoweth all things". Remember that - for better or worse. Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    152 27/25b: "- - - Allah, Who brings to light what is hidden - - -". Why then 2/233h above and 35/38b below?

    153 27/25d: "- - - (Allah') knows what ye hide and what ye reveal". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    154 27/65a: "Say: None in the heavens (plural and wrong*) or on earth, except Allah, knows what is hidden - - -". This is one of the many things which are easy to say, but which is logically invalid as indication or proof for Allah, unless Allah proves he, and he alone, is able to do this. Claims are cheap. Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    #######But it is one more proof for that Muhammad did not know what is hidden = he was unable to make prophesies. No real prophet.

    155 27/74a: "And, verily, thy (humans'*) Lord (Allah*) knoweth all that their (humans'*) hearts do hide, as well as all they reveal". This is a reminder you meet in different forms many places in the Quran: Allah knows everything, so do not try to cheat. Also be a good and obedient Muslim so as not to end in Hell. But if you are a good and obedient Muslim you can be glad because then you end in Heaven if the Quran tells the truth, and because the bad ones who are better off than you will be punished in the next life - - - if the Quran tells the truth. Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    156 27/75b: "(Everything) is (recorded) in a clear record". But if he sees and knows everything - which he has to in order to be able to record it - why then 2/233h and 35/38b below?

    157 27/78d: "- - - He (Allah*) is - - - All-Knowing". Not if the Quran is representative for his knowledge". Also see 2/233h above.

    158 28/85e: "My Lord (Allah*) knows best who it is that brings true guidance (Muhammad/good Muslims*), and who (non-Muslims*/bad Muslims*) is in manifest error". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    159 28/85f: "My Lord (Allah*) knows best who it is that brings true guidance (Muhammad/good Muslims*), and who (non-Muslims*/bad Muslims*) is in manifest error". Once more back to the old fact: Only if he exists and in addition is something supernatural - white or dark.

    160 29/3c: "- - - Allah will certainly know those who are true from those who are false". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    161 29/5f: "- - - He (Allah*) hears and knows (all things)". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    162 29/11a: "And Allah most certainly knows those who believe, and as certainly those who are Hypocrites". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    163 29/45j: "And Allah knows the (deeds) that ye do". The old reminder: Allah knows - do not try cheating him or his representatives. Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    164 29/52a: "He (Allah*) knows what is in the heavens (plural and wrong*) and on earth". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    165 29/60b: "- - - He (Allah*) hears and knows (all things)". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    166 29/62b: "- - - for Allah has full knowledge of all things". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    167 31/23h: "- - - Allah knows well all that is in (men's) hearts". See 2/233h above. and 35/38b below

    168 31/28b: "- - - Allah is He Who hears and sees (all things)". This is an often repeated, but never proved warning to Muslims about on one hand to be good and obedient, or they will get punishment instead of joy, and on the other hand a reminder of that "be soothed" - the bad non-Muslims will get their well deserved punishment. Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    169 31/29f: "- - - Allah is well acquainted with what ye do - - -". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    170 31/34h: “Verily, with Allah is full knowledge and he is acquainted (with all things)”. See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    171 33/2e: "- - - for Allah is well acquainted with (all) that ye know". The old reminder: Do not try to cheat Allah or your leaders. But also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    172 33/9g: "- - - Allah sees (clearly) what ye (people*) do". The standard but never proved warning and promise - "the carrot and the stick" - but also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    173 33/34d: "- - - Allah understands the finest mysteries and is well acquainted with them". Why then f.x. 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    174 33/51e: "- - - Allah knows (all) that is in your hearts - - -". Why then 2/233h above and 35/38b below?

    175 33/51f: "- - - Allah is All-Knowing - - -". Not if he made the Quran - too many mistaken facts, etc.

    ###176 33/51g: "- - - Allah is All-Knowing - - -". How can it then be possible he does not know that to be robbed of everything is a catastrophe for a human? - that to be made a slave is destroying for the life of any human? - and how can it be possible that he does not know that to be raped is destroying for the life of a woman - not to mention a child?. Or does he know, but does not care as long as his warriors and terrorists get money and pleasure and power?

    177 33/54b: "- - - Allah has full knowledge of all things." The old reminder and warning - here connected to: Do not have sex with my widows. A self centered man? But also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    178 33/55d: "- - - Allah witness to all things". The standard warning and reminder - here connected to that women should not try to cheat and be indecent. But also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    179 34/1h: "- - - He (Allah*) is - - - acquainted with all things". A warning - do not try to cheat. But also a promise - real or not - about good things for good Muslims . Plus see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    But if he is acquainted with all things, he was not involved in the making or delivery of a book as full of errors, etc. as the Quran.

    180 34/3k: "- - - from Whom (Allah*) is not hidden the least little atom in the heavens (plural and wrong*) or on earth - - -". 1): Often claimed, never proved. 2): Remember that words are cheap. 3): See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    181 34/11e: "- - - be sure I (Allah*) see (clearly) all that ye do." The often used warning - and promise (never documented to be kept). But also see 2/233h above.

    182 34/12g: "- - - Penalty - - -". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    183 34/26g: "- - - Allah is*) the One who knows all". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    184 34/50e: "- - - it is He (Allah*) Who hears all things - - -". The oft repeated warning (and sometimes promise). But also see 2/233h above.

    185 35/8l: "- - - for Allah knows well all that they do". So do not try to cheat Allah - and at the same time Muhammad or his successors? But also see 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    186 35/14e: "- - - the One (Allah*) who is acquainted with all things". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

    187 35/38b: "Verily Allah knows (all) the hidden things of the heavens (plural and wrong*) and earth: verily He has full knowledge if all that is in (men's) hearts". This is a reminder and a warning you meet in different forms many places in the Quran. It normally has one (if often more) of 3 functions: Warn you against trying to cheat Allah (in reality Muhammad on this Earth) by doing not your best. Or an incitement to do your best because Allah sees you and rewards you - good also for Muhammad and his successors. Or soothing you that the ones who do bad things will be punished sooner or later, even if they have a good life now.

    But why does a god who knows "all that is in your heart" need to test you - f.x. by sending you on raids and into wars for stealing, rape, suppression, extortion, slave taking, etc.? If he knows everything - and on top of all predestines everything - there is not a comma he can learn from it. Not to mention the zero effect - or less - if it on top is true that he predestines every bit of your acts and lives.

    188 35/38d: "- - - He (Allah*) has full knowledge of all that is in (men's) hearts". See 2/233h and 35/38b above.

    189 36/76c: "Verily We (Allah*) know what they hide as well as what they disclose". See 2/233h and 35/38b above.

    190 39/7k: "For He (Allah*) knoweth well all that is in (men's) hearts". See 2/233h and 35/38b above.

    191 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 and 35/38b above.

    192 39/70c: "- - - (Allah) knoweth best all that they (people*) do". See 2/233h and 35/38b above.

    193 40/16b: "- - - not a single thing concerning them will be hidden from Allah". Why then does Allah need witnesses that day? And why does he need to test even his followers when he will know everything anyhow? See 2/233h and 35/38b above.

    194 40/19b: "(Allah) knows - - - all that the hearts (of men) conceal". Se 2/233h and 35/38b above above.

    195 40/20l: "- - - (Allah*) hears and sees (all things)". See 2/233h and 35/38b above above.

    196 41/36c: "He (Allah*) is the One who hears and knows all things". See 2/233h and 35/38b above above.

    197 41/40k: "- - - verily He (Allah*) seeth (clearly) all that ye do". See f.x. 2/233h and 35/38b above above.

    198 41/53d: "- - - thy (Muslims'*) Lord (Allah*) doth witness all things - - -". Why then 2/233h and 35/38b above above?

    199 42/12e: "- - - He (Allah*) knows full well all things". Not if he made the Quran. Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b above.

    200 42/25d: "- - - He (Allah*) knows all that ye do". The old warning and reminder. But also see 2/233h above and 35/38b above.

    201 43/80a: "- - - do they (people) think that We (Allah*) hear not their secrets - - -". Allah sees and hears everything. See 2/233h above and 35/38b above.

    202 44/6c: “He (Allah*) hears and knows (all things) - - -”. See 2/233h, 40/75 and 41/12 above.

    203 46/8e: "He (Allah*) knows best that whereof ye (skeptics about Muhammad*) talk - - -". Allah knows everything according to the Quran, but why then 2/233h above and 35/38b above?

    204 47/30c: "And Allah knows all that ye do". See 2/233h above and 35/38b above.

    205 48/11f: "But Allah is well acquainted with all that ye (people*) do". The old warning: Be obedient and do not try to cheat. But also see 2/233h above and 35/38b above.

    206 48/24d: "And Allah sees well all that ye (people*) do". The carrot and the stick: Allah sees all good deeds and rewards them. But Allah also sees all bad deeds and punishes them, so do not try to cheat. Also see 2/233h above - if he sees everything, why then does he have to test even his followers?

    207 49/1i: “- - - Allah - - - hears and knows all things.” See 2/233h above.

    208 49/13f: “And Allah has full knowledge and is well acquainted (with all things).” See 2/233h and 35/38b above.

    209 49/18e: "- - - Allah sees well all that ye (Muslims*) do". Once more the carrot and the stick: Allah sees and rewards all good deeds, so stay good and obedient. But Allah also sees and punishes all bad deeds, so do not try to cheat. Also see 2/233h above and 35/38b.

    And if true: Why does Allah have to test even his followers?

    210 50/16c: "- - - We (Allah*) know what dark suggestions his (man's*) soul makes for him". Why then 2/233h and 35/38b above?

    211 50/16d: "- - - We (Allah*) are nearer to him (man*) than (his) jugular vein". One of the many, many never proved claims in the Quran. And once more: Why then 2/233h above and 35/38b?

    212 53/30c: "- - - (Allah*) knoweth best those who stray from His Path, and He knoweth best those who receive guidance". See 2/233h and 35/38b above.

    213 53/32f: "He (Allah*) knows you well - - -". See 2/233h above and 35/38b.

    214 53/32i: "He (Allah*) knows best who it is that guards against evil". See 2/233h and 35/38b above.

    215 57/10j: "And Allah is well acquainted with all that (people*) do". A warning - be good and obedient, or Allah may punish you - and an incitement - be good and obedient, and Allah will reward you. But also see 2/233h above and 35/38b.

    216 58/1f: "- - - Allah hears and sees (all things)". See 2/233h above and 35/38b.

    217 58/6d: "- - - Allah is Witness to all things". Why then does the Quran so often tell about his needing witnesses? And why 2/233h and 35/38b above?

    218 58/7b: “- - - Allah doth know (all) that is in the heavens (plural and wrong) and on earth - - -”. See 2/233h and 35/38b above.

    219 58/7f: "For Allah has full Knowledge of all things". So be a good and obedient Muslim. Also see 2/233h and 35/38b above.

    220 58/11f: "And Allah is well acquainted with all that ye do." See f.x. 2/233h, 58/7c and 58/7d above.

    221 58/13g: "And Allah is well acquainted with all that ye do." See f.x. 2/233h, 58/7c and 58/7d above.

    222 59/18d: "Yea, fear Allah: for Allah is well acquainted with (all) that ye (people/Muslims*) do". Yes, be good and obedient Muslims, including going to war, etc. But also see 2/233h and 59/18b above.

    223 59/22b: “Allah - - - knows (all things) - - -”. See 2/233h, 13/1g, 40/75 - and others.

    224 60/1k: "- - - I (Allah*) know full well all that ye (people*) conceal - - -" - so do not try to cheat on Allah - or in this life on Muhammad. But also see 2/233h and 35/38b above.

    225 60/3c: "- - - for Allah sees well all that ye do." Why does he the need the witnesses which are mentioned time and again in the Quran? - no logic. But sentences like this also are "carrots and sticks": Be good and obedient and end in Heaven, be bad and disobedient and end in Hell. And one more thing: If Allah sees everything, why then f.x. 2/233h and 35/38b above?

    226 62/8f: "- - - the Knower of things secret and open - - -". See 2/233h above and 35/38b.

    227 63/11c: "- - - Allah is well acquainted with (all) that ye do". See 2/233h and 35/38b above.

    228 64/2d: "- - - Allah sees well all that ye do". If he exists and is something supernatural. Also see 2/233h and 35/38b above.

    229 64/4a: “He (Allah*) knows what is in the heavens (plural and wrong) and on earth - - -”. Proved by the Quran, he knows only parts of it - too much is wrong. See f.x. 40/75 - and 2/233h and 35/38b above.

    230 64/8j: "And Allah is well acquainted with all that ye (people*) do". See 2/233h and 64/4c above.

    231 72/28e: "- - - (Allah*) takes account of every single thing". If he takes account of every single thing, then he knows every single thing - then why f.x. 2/233h and 35/38b above?

    232 75/36: "Does Man think that he will be left uncontrolled (by Allah*) - - -?" But if Allah controls everyone, why then f.x. 2/233h and 35/38b above?"

    233 100/11a: "- - - their Lord (Allah*) had been well acquainted with them - - -". = Allah knows everything. But why then f.x. 2/233h and 35/38b above?

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    It also is pretty thought provoking that f.x. all the errors, contradictions, wrong facts, etc., only and alone, in the Quran, prove 100% that there is no god behind that book. And that f.x. the fact that Jesus accepted OT as correct, proves to both Christians and Muslims that the OT was not falsified at that time - and that the Qumran scrolls prove that even OT was not falsified any time later, too.

    It further is an insult to that possible god to "explain" that his texts means something different from what they really says = you are more clever than him at explaining what the god "really" meant, than the god is himself, even when he tries to explain things "clearly and easy to understand", and says his words are to be understood literally and without hidden meanings. Also only "the sick of heart" look for hidden meanings behind his words, according to the Quran - the very claimed hidden meanings the wise Muslims claim are what Allah really meant, but was unable to express clearly himself, so that they have to help the bumbling god and tell what he "really" tried to say. This in spite of that the Quran clearly states that meanings hidden behind Allah's clear and easy to understand words, only are possible for Allah to understand, and like said above are "only for the sick of heart" to look for.

    May be as bad: To claim that the Quran means something different from what the texts clearly say, is to falsify or corrupt the quranic texts.

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