Bible versus Quran: 1000+ Differences & Contradictions

 

The Quran: Its Divergence from the Bible

Surah 6: Al-An'am (The Cattle)

Mecca 621 AD (except 2-3 verses)

 

001 6/1a: "Praise be to Allah - - -". Please read the surahs from Medina - skip the cheap, glorifying words dictators normally use about themselves, and judge from the far more reliable deeds, demands, introduced codes of conduct, codes of moral, etc. (When there are discrepancies between words and reality, we always believe in the reality.) Do you find he deserves praise? - - - if he exists? (And if he does not exist, there is absolutely no reason for praise.)

002 6/1b: "Praise be to Allah, Who created the heavens (plural and wrong*) and the earth, and made darkness and light". According to 1. Mos. in the Bible this was created by Yahweh, not by Allah. And according to science both books may be wrong on this point.

003 6/1c: "- - - those (non-Muslims*) who reject faith (Islam*) hold (others) as equal with their Guardian-Lord (Allah*)". According to the Bible Yahweh not only is equal to Allah, but far surpasses him. Yes, the Bible even indirectly, but very clearly tells that Allah does not exist, as it declares that there is no god but Yahweh - and the Quran by means of all its mistakes, contradictions, etc. at least proves that there is no omniscient god behind itself. (We comment on just some of these many totally obvious disagreements between the Bible and the Quran. Also beware that the fact that we do not comment on something does not mean that it does not merit a comment - the point only is too obvious or repeated too often.)

004 6/2a: "He (Allah*) it is Who created you from clay - - -". One thing is that created from clay is one of a whopping 13 different (or 5 - 7 if you lump some of them together) ways of creating Adam claimed in the Quran. Another thing is that according to the Bible Adam was created by Yahweh. And a third thing that according to science man was not created, but developed from earlier primates (not from apes, like some like to say, but from earlier primates).

005 6/2b: "He (Allah*) it is Who created you from clay, and then decreed a stated term (for you)".Here is a more fundamental point perhaps: The words "decreed a stated term (for you)" = predestined the date of your death. Total predestination is one of the fundamental differences between the two claimed gods, and thus a total proof for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

006 6/3a: "And He is Allah in the heavens (plural and wrong*) and on earth". According to the Bible there only is one god in Heaven, and that one is Yahweh, not Allah. Both books cannot be true here.

007 6/3b: "He (Allah*) knoweth what ye (humans*) hide, and what ye reveal - - -". If he knows everything, why then does he have to test even his followers - claims about Allah/Muhammad having to test even good Muslims, f.x. by sending them on raids and into wars, have no meaning if Allah already knows everything, not to mention if he predestines everything like the Quran states several places, and thus can learn nothing from the claimed tests because he has predestined the results himself. (But it does have meaning if the reality was that the "need" for tests just was arguments Muhammad used to get more and harsher and cheap warriors.)

Besides: As the Quran with all its errors is not from any god (and Allah thus only seems to be a rumor started by Muhammad and kept alive by a book not from any god + compulsion from their father, forefathers, surroundings, mullahs/imams, etc.): Were they tested by Allah or by Muhammad?

One more fact here: The demand for testing, testing, testing is not found in the Bible. People sometimes were tested, but not maniacally like in the Quran. One more indication for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

Also see 29/2 below.

008 6/3c: "- - - the (recompense) which ye (people/Muslims*) earn (by your deeds)". One of the marked differences between the Bible and the Quran, is the Quran's stronger weight laying of good deeds, and the Bible's - especially NT's - stronger weight laying of the god's love and forgiving as means to enter the Paradise.

009 6/4: "- - - the Signs of their (here the non-Muslim's*) Lord (Allah*) - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

010 6/5a: "- - - the truth - - -". See 2/26 above.

011 6/5b: "- - - the reality - - -". Which one is the reality? - the Quran or the Bible? (If any of them?) The books and the teachings are so fundamentally different that both cannot be the reality. As the Quran by means of all its mistakes, contradictions, invalid logic, etc. proves it is not from a god, it simply at the same time proves it is not the reality, whereas the Bible may or may not be so.

012 6/6a: "See they (non-Muslims*) not how many of those before them We (Allah*) did destroy?" You meet Muslims - and others - slandering Yahweh for being a bloody good in OT, but Allah is by far bloodier according to the Quran. And if Muslims claim Allah and Yahweh is the same god, Allah then made all the killing done by the Israelites to establish and defend a home country + all this other killing the Quran tells about. Another fact is that the claims cannot be true unless Allah exists and is something supernatural, white or black, none of which was ever proved. Really the opposite is proved (all errors, etc. in the Quran + no manifestation of Allah ever).

013 6/6b: "- - - We (Allah*) poured out rain - - -". According to the Bible this is done by Yahweh, not by Allah - - - and according to science it is done by nature.

014 6/6c: "- - - sins - - -". See 2/21b above.

###015 6/8: "If We (Allah*) did send down an angel (for a proof for Muhammad*), the matter would be settled at once (= then it would be the Day of Doom*), and no respite would be granted them (skeptics*)". This is one of the ways Muhammad used to explain away the fact that he was unable to prove anything at all of central points in his new religion: Of course descending angels would be strong proofs, but Allah could not send any down, because that meant that the Day of Doom had started. But other places in the Quran Muhammad tells about lots - even thousands - of angels descending on Earth. It takes a lot of blind belief, naivety, wishful thinking, and lack of brain power to be able to overlook contradictions like this.

016 6/9: "If We (Allah*) had made it (the proof sent down*) an angel, We should have sent him as a man - - -". There was and is no logical reason for that - it actually would be directly illogical if the angel were sent down to prove that supernatural forces were involved.

017 6/11: "- - - Truth - - -". See 2/26 above.

018 6/12a: "He (Allah*) hath inscribed for Himself (the rule of) Mercy". One thing is that Allah could inscribe nothing unless he existed, another: Please read the surahs from Medina and see how much real mercy you find from him even in this world, especially towards non-Muslims.

019 6/12b: "That He (Allah*) will gather you (people*) together for the Day of Judgment, there is no doubt whatever". One thing is that according to the Bible the ruler of that day is Yahweh and not Allah. Much graver is that there were and are plenty of reasons for doubt about a claimed Day of Judgment, and especially about if it will happen like described in the Quran, and if Allah will be the ruler of that day. Nothing of this is proved, and in addition it is strongly proved by the Quran that much of what it tells is wrong and that there also is no god behind the book. The Quranic claim here that there is no doubt, at best is a self delusion of Muhammad, at worst one of his lies in the Quran.

Also see 45/13a below.

020 6/12c: "It is they who have lost their own souls, that will not believe (in Islam*)". Who have lost their souls: The ones believing in a book so full or errors or worse, that there is no god behind it? Or the ones able to see that things were horribly wrong in Muhammad's new religion, and understand what it means? - if there should happen to exist a real god somewhere, some of the last ones even might find him, whereas Muslims are prohibited from even looking for him. What an irony if Yahweh should happen to be reality! - the Jewish and Christian god whose teaching Muslims strongly deny.

021 6/13a: "To Him (Allah*) belongeth (everything*) - - -". According to the Bible everything belongs to Yahweh, not to Allah. (And according to the Bible Allah is not even a god - indirectly, but very clearly told).

022 6/13b: "He (Allah*) is the One Who heareth and knoweth all things". All the errors, contradictions, etc. here prove either that this sentence is wrong, or that the Quran is not made by Allah or any other omniscient god.

023 6/14a: "- - - Allah, the Maker of the heavens (plural and wrong*) and earth". According to the Bible this was made by Yahweh, not by Allah (and actually both books may be wrong on creation - science has other descriptions).

024 6/14b: "- - - I (Muhammad*) am commanded to be the first of those who bow to Allah (in Islam)". It is highly likely that this sentence is true - that Muhammad really was the first Muslim (if he believed in all of it himself - though his few(?) lies in the Quran prove that he at least did not believe absolutely all of it). Islam and its Muslims have a number of ways to explain away this sentence, but it is a fact that no place on Earth and no time in history and prehistory older than 610 AD there has been found a single trace of a book like the Quran a god like Allah, or a religion like Islam. The most obvious proof for that this is the truth, is Islam's silence on among others these two points. Guess if Muslims had told you if even the slightest proof for something different had existed! (It also is symptomatic that science names Islam "the youngest of the world religions" - not one unbiased scientist believe Islam is older than 610 AD.)

025 6/14c: "- - - those who join gods with Allah". At least when it comes to the followers of Yahweh, they do not join gods with Allah - they simply do not believe he exists (well, many are not better informed than they believe in Muhammad's never proved - and documented wrong - claim that Allah is the same god as Yahweh, but Allah in case was a very twisted and wrong image of Yahweh). And actually it is the same for other religions - there are few non-Muslim religions believing in Allah, so they do not "join other gods" with him, but have one or more gods INSTEAD OF Allah. Another fact is that if Allah does not exist, it is not possible to join anything with him, included other gods - - - and there nowhere was or is any proof or even clear indication for the existence of Allah - only Muhammad's words, and Muhammad was a man with a very doubtful moral and reliability.

Another point is that if Allah does not exist, it is impossible to join gods with him - you cannot join anything with nothing.

026 6/15: "I (Muhammad*) would, if I disobeyed my Lord (Allah*), indeed have fear of the Penalty of a Mighty Day (of Doom*)". This may be true if Muhammad himself believed a better part of his own religion. But there was no reason for the fear unless Allah existed and was something supernatural, white or black, none of which was ever proved. Really the opposite is proved (all errors, etc. in the Quran + no manifestation of Allah ever).

027 6/16: "On that day (of Judgment*), if the Penalty is averted from any, it is due to Allah's Mercy". According to the Bible, it is Yahweh who is ruling that day, not Allah - and then that possible outcome depends on Yahweh's mercy in case. And as for Allah's mercy: Take a look on the reality behind the flowering words in the surahs from Medina.

028 6/17a: "If Allah touches thee (Muhammad/Muslims/people*) with affliction, none can remove it - - -". According to the Bible Yahweh can. (We comment on just some of these many totally obvious disagreements between the Bible and the Quran. Also beware that the fact that we do not comment on something, does not mean that it does not merit a comment - the point only is too obvious or repeated too often, though central points we repeat more often. And just to mention it: According to the Bible Yahweh is the true one (and in other religions other gods - and one should here remember that Islam has no more proof for Allah than other religions have for their god(s) (and strong believers in other religions are as sure that their god(s) is/are real, as Muslims are about Allah - we may even mention that if the old books tell the truth about this, there are proofs for the old Jewish/Christian god (and for Jesus' supernatural nature), but for Allah no proof exists as the claimed "proofs" for Allah without exception are built on not proved claims (it also is striking that the Quran demands strong proofs from all opponents and from other religions - and thus state that proofs are valuable and necessary and meaningful - but never gives logically valid proofs itself - Muhammad even avoids and explain away all requests for real proofs, even requests from followers). But serious: To use and use and use invalid claims and "signs" and "proofs" and arguments, invalid logic, etc. makes one wonder, because such argumentation is a smelly affair, as the use of only such arguments not backed by at least some proved or provable facts, normally is the hallmark of the cheater and the deceiver.

Thought provoking: "What is claimed without a proof, can be dismissed without a proof". Also remember: "A strong claim needs a strong proof", "Big words are too cheap to prove anything without a proof", and "A proof is one or more proved facts which can give only one conclusion". And: "The Quran is so full of errors, etc. and at least some lies, and Muhammad's view on dishonesty as a working tool so clear, that the Quran's words are not proofs without additional documentation". Also note that Muhammad all too often "forgot" - and Muslims "forget" - that "perhaps a possibility", "a possibility", "a probability", "likely", "a fact", "a proof", etc. are different words with different meanings, and consequently call possibilities they like, facts or proofs - just keep your eyes and ears open, and see how often this is the case. (Muhammad never gave a valid proof for any of his central religious claims. Never. And the "Signs" (read "proof") and "proofs" he often claimed, without exception are invalid, because he never first proved that it really was Allah who was behind the phenomena Muhammad claimed proved Allah or anything else central in his religion.)

In addition: When Muslims claim or state things, demand proofs (or dismiss what they claim) - Muslims have no valid proof for any central point in their entire religion.

029 6/17b: "- - - He (Allah*) hath power over all things". Allah has power over nothing if he does not exist, and over little if he exists, but is not something supernatural, white or black, none of which was ever proved. Really the opposite is proved (all errors, etc. in the Quran + no manifestation of Allah ever). If the Bible tells the truth, only Yahweh has power over all things.

030 6/18a: "He (Allah*) is the Irresistible - - -". Only if he exists and is something supernatural, white or black, none of which was ever proved - and even so it is likely Yahweh can resist him if the Bible is to be believed, as according to the Bible Yahweh is the only real god.

031 6/18b: "- - - He (Allah*) is the Wise, acquainted with all things". See 6/13b above.

032 6/19a: "Allah is witness - - -". Invalid unless he exist and in addition is reliable - the Quran is doubtful when it comes to treatment of honesty (f.x. 2/225a, 5/89a, 16/91b, 66/2a).

033 6/19b: "- - - this Quran hath been revealed - - -". See 2/285b above.

034 6/19c: "- - - inspiration - - -". Muhammad claimed he got most of his information from Allah by inspiration - a most convenient method, as a man can be inspired by many things and thoughts and ideas. The word is not used anywhere in the Bible in such a connection (Yahweh used direct contact, visions, or dreams - 4. Mos. 12/6-8) - another strong indication for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god, and Jesus and Muhammad not serving the same god or religion.

035 6/19d: "Can ye (people*) possibly bear witness that besides Allah there is another God?" The "besides Allah" is impossible to prove unless it first is proved that Allah do exist - if Allah does not exist, there is nothing and no-one "beside him". Also see 6/14c above.

036 6/19e: "But in truth He (Allah*) is the One God". Strongly contradicted by the Bible which says Yahweh is the one god - both cannot be right here.

037 6/19f: "- - - truth - - - truly - - -". See 2/26 above.

An extra point: How much do you respect the use of strengthening, but cheap words like "verily", "in truth", "truly", "certainly", etc. for strengthening loose claims, etc.? After all any cheat, deceiver, charlatan, swindler, etc. can use such words free of charge as long as they do not have to prove anything. But a zero multiplied with even a billion, still only is a zero.

038 6/19g: "- - - (your (doubters'*) blasphemy) - - -". There is no blasphemy in doubting Allah if he does not exist and/or is not a god.

039 6/19h: "- - - joining others (other gods*) with Him (Allah*)". See 1/5 and 6/14c above.

###040 6/20a: "Those We (Allah*) have given the Book (here the Bible - the word "the Book" is a bit difficult in the Quran, because sometimes it is meant the Bible and sometimes the Quran and sometimes the (wrongly) claimed "original, not falsified Bible"*) knows this (that Allah has sent the Quran down to Muhammad*) as they know their own sons". For one thing this is one of Muhammad's many, many lose claims - and claims he like normal does not even try to prove - and for another thing it was and is not true. The reality is that Muhammad's problems with converting "the People of the Book" (mainly Jews and Christians*) was that they saw the difference between what Muhammad told the Bible said, and what it really said, and understood things were very wrong in Muhammad's new religion.

041 6/20b: "Those who have lost their own souls (non-Muslims*) - - -". According to the Bible it is the followers of Yahweh who have not lost their souls - and the Bible also indirectly, but very clearly tells that Muslims are not followers of Yahweh.

042 6/21a: "- - - wrong - - - wrongdoer - - -". See 2/21b above.

043 6/21b: "- - - inventeth a lie against Allah - - -". Is it a lie against Allah to follow the Bible? - and is it a lie against Allah to teach the Quran if Allah does not exist or is different from what the Quran claims? (After all the Quran by means of all its errors, contradictions, invalid logic, etc. proves that the book is not from a god, and how much of its contents are then correct and how much may be "a lie against Allah"?)

044 6/21c: "- - - His (Allah's*) Signs - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

045 6/21d: "- - - verily - - -". How much do you respect the use of strengthening, but cheap words like "verily", "in truth", "truly", "certainly", etc. for strengthening loose claims, etc.? After all any cheat, deceiver, charlatan, swindler, etc. can use such words free of charge as long as they do not have to prove anything. And a zero multiplied with even a billion, still only is a zero.

046 6/22a: "One day (of Doom*) shall We (Allah*) gather them (non-Muslims*) all together - - -". According to the Bible it will be Yahweh, not Allah who gathers people together that day.

047 6/22b: "- - - ascribed partners (other gods*) (to Us) (Allah*) - - -". See 1/5 and 6/14c above.

048 6/23: "- - - joined gods with Allah". See 6/14c above.

049 6/24: "But the (lie) which they (non-Muslims*) invented (other god(s) than Allah*) will leave them in the lurch". One of Muhammad's very many never proved loose claims. According to the Bible it is wrong for the followers of Yahweh. As bad: The realities around the Quran prove that the book is not from any god, and thus a made up one - what then about the future of the Muslims if there is a next life? - left in the lurch?

050 6/25a: "- - - We (Allah*) have thrown veils over their hearts, so they understand not - - -". How can Allah then sentence them to Hell if he himself has blocked their possibility to learn? Also compare this to "the lost coin" (Luke 15/8-10), "the lost sheep" (Matt. 18/12-14), "the lost son" (Luke /15/11-31), "the 11. hour" (Matt. 20/8-13) - not the same god. (This also was one of Muhammad's "explanations" for why many did not believe in his new religion - it was the will of Allah).

051 6/25b: "- - - they (non-Muslims*) understand it not - - -". Who are the ones who understand and who not? - the ones able to see at least some of the mistakes in the Quran and understand what they mean, or the ones not able to see them?

052 6/25c: "- - - the Signs - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

053 6/25d: "These (the stories in the Quran*) are nothing but tales of the ancient". This is one of the big differences between the Bible and the Quran: The Bible mainly is original stories, even though the oldest parts may be somewhat influenced by very old religions in and around Mesopotamia (now roughly Iraq). In the Quran nearly all stories are "borrowed" from other sources, included the Bible (or mostly Biblical legends, etc., not the Bible itself). What omniscient god needs to borrow - mostly made up - stories (included from fairy tales) for his holy book? (The original sources for most of the stories in the Quran are known.)

054 6/26: "- - - others they (the skeptics*) keep away from it (the Quran*) - - - but they only destroy their own soul - - -". According to the Bible at least the followers of Yahweh do not destroy their soul. On the other hand the Bible indirectly, but very clearly tells that Muslims are not followers of Yahweh, so what about Muslims? 

055 6/27a: "- - - when they (non-Muslims*) are confronted with the Fire (Hell*)!" According to the Bible at least the followers of Yahweh are safe from Hell. According to that book Muslims, however, may be in danger, as they are way too far from Yahweh and his religion.

056 6/27b: "- - - the Signs of our Lord (Allah*) - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

057 6/28: "But if they (non-Muslims*) were returned (to Earth from Hell*), they would certainly relapse to the things they were forbidden - - -". Muhammad was too intelligent and knew too much about people to believe this himself. For one thing they had now have had proofs for that Hell existed, and that was where they would end if they did not change, and at the same time Hell was an indirect proof for that also Heaven most likely existed - in other words for that the religion was true. And for another they had seen how terrible the result would be if they did not change.

Muhammad knew he was lying each time ha said this.

It here is worthwhile to remember that Muhammad and his Quran in reality does not address man's intelligence - this in spite of Muhammad's claims to the opposite - like here. Read the Quran and you will see Muhammad and his book are playing on man's feelings, not his intelligence - the wish for a good second life, the fear of hell, the wish to be respected (f.x. to be reckoned among "the men of understanding"), the insecurity ("what if Muhammad is right?) - not to forget the wish for becoming rich - by stealing/looting - and gaining slaves and women. He never tries to systematically prove his tales. Oh, he throws around claims about "signs" and "proofs", but they just are distinguished words influencing people's feeling about and impression from his preaching and claims - nothing systematically proving anything, yes, not proving anything at all, just loose claims built on positive words but without logically acceptable facts behind them.

Muhammad talked to the feelings, but to pretend he aimed at their intelligence was wiser - flattery often works.

058 6/30a: "- - - the truth - - -". See 6/26 above.

059 6/30b: "- - - Faith (Islam*)". According to The Bible, the only right faith is the belief in Yahweh. The Bible also indirectly, but absolutely impossible to mistake, says that belief in Allah is far from belief in Yahweh, and thus unfaith.(We comment on just some of these many totally obvious disagreements between the Bible and the Quran. Also beware that the fact that we do not comment on something, does not mean that it does not merit a comment - the point only is too obvious or repeated too often, or we have overlooked it, though central points we repeat rather often. And just to mention it: According to the Bible Yahweh is the true one (and in other religions other gods - and one should here remember that Islam has no more proof for Allah than other religions have for their pagan god(s) (and strong believers in other religions are as sure that their god(s) is/are real, as Muslims are about Allah - but we may mention that if the old books tell the truth about this, there are proofs for the old Jewish/Christian god (and for Jesus' supernatural nature), but for Allah no proof exists, as the claimed "proofs" for Allah without exception are built on other not proved claims only (it also is striking that the Quran demands strong proofs from all opponents and from other religions - and thus state that proofs are valuable and necessary and meaningful - but never gives logically valid proofs itself - Muhammad even avoids and explains away all requests for real proofs, even requests from followers).

Another point: As Muhammad for one thing clearly lies in the Quran (f.x. by saying that miracles will make no-one believe anyhow, and that this was the reason why Allah did not make any miracles), and in addition accepts the use of dishonesty and even broken oaths (2/225a, 5/89a, 16/91b, 66/2a), the Quran needs extra strong - and many - proofs to be believed - anything not really proved may be one of Muhammad's permitted lies. Therefore remember: Al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie) and Kitman (the lawful half-truth) is not only permitted by Islam, but advised to use "if necessary" to promote or defend "the Religion of Truth", and as Muhammad could use deceit and even broken oaths, it is morally ok to do so and thus of course any Muslim can do the same. But serious: To use and use and use invalid claims and "signs" and "proofs" and arguments, invalid logic, etc. makes one wonder, because such argumentation is a smelly affair, as the use of only such arguments not backed by at least some proved or provable facts, normally is the hallmark of the cheater and the deceiver.

As a "brother" of al-Takiyya and Kitman, etc., we should also mention the tradition for "Hilah": A "device to stop, hinder, or trick - - -. Stratagem to avoid or circumvent legal principles or rigid constructs. - - - utilized - - - to solve contradictions between (political powers, cultural choises, etc*) and Quranic principles". (The Oxford Dictionary of Islam). In plain words: ways/tricks of seemingly or formally being honest or correct, while in reality being dishonest or incorrect. It seems that this aspect of "the religion of truth" was first campaigned of the Hanifi law school, but later utilized also by the other 3 Muslim law schools. "Hilah" is dishonesty in disguise. True honesty is not always central in Islam and among Islam's religious and moral forefront.

And: Like Muhammad it is normal for Muslims in debates to throw never documented or in other ways proved claims around, and then claim/pretend they are valid arguments. Just there and then it may be difficult to disprove such claims - and they "win" the debate. Do not be cheated by such traps - whenever they try this method (and they use it often), demand that they prove their claim or statement (or dismiss what they claim). As there exist no proofs for any of the central religious claims in Islam, and hardly even for the less central ones, they will not be able to prove anything - except perhaps by means of fast talk or new not proved claims, if you are not sharp enough to see through such things.

Also see 45/13a below.

Thought provoking: "What is claimed without a proof, can be dismissed without a proof". Also remember: "A strong claim needs a strong proof", "Big words are too cheap to prove anything without a proof", and "A proof is one or more proved facts which can give only one conclusion". And: "The Quran is so full of errors, etc. and at least some lies, and Muhammad's view on dishonesty as a working tool so clear, that the Quran's words are not proofs without additional documentation". Also note that Muhammad all too often "forgot" - and Muslims "forget" - that "perhaps a possibility", "a possibility", "a probability", "likely", "a fact", "a proof", etc. are different words with different meanings, and consequently call possibilities they like, facts or proofs - just keep your eyes and ears open, and see how often this is the case. (Muhammad never gave a valid proof for any of his central religious claims. Never. And the "Signs" (read "proof") and "proofs" he often claimed, without exception are invalid, because he never first proved that it really was Allah who was behind the phenomena Muhammad claimed proved Allah or anything else central in his religion.)

Just to mention it: The Quran tells Allah has 99 names, and these are some of them. The names generally are descriptions in superlative - Most Kind, Most Merciful, Most High, Most Kind, Most Gracious, etc., but also names like f.x. Oft Forgiving, etc.

Please read the surahs from Medina - omit the cheap, glorifying words and judge from his acts, demands, introduced moral and judicial rules, etc. How many of the names does he really deserve?)

060 6/31: "- - - they (non-Muslims*) must meet Allah - - -". According to the Bible it is Yahweh they - and the Muslims - must meet (at the Day of Doom). What is for sure, is that nobody will meet Allah that day, unless he exists and is a major god.

061 6/32a: "- - - the Hereafter - - -". This is one of the really big differences between the Bible and the Quran: The Paradise. In the Quran's Paradise you live a lazy luxury life in a big harem - at least the men. In the Bible's Paradise you become like the angels (Matt. 22/30). The differences so formidable, that it is an absolute proof for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god - if they had been, also their Paradise had been the same.

062 6/32b: "- - - righteous". See 2/21b above.

063 6/32c: "Will ye (skeptics*) not then understand?" Muhammad's real problem was that too many understood things were seriously wrong in his new religion. F.x. the Bible told a lot of other things than Muhammad claimed it told (which was the reason why he had to start claiming the Bible was falsified, in order to save his religion and platform of power).

It here is worthwhile to remember that Muhammad and his Quran in reality does not address man's intelligence - this in spite of Muhammad's claims to the opposite - like here. Read the Quran and you will see Muhammad and his book are playing on man's feelings, not his intelligence - the wish for a good second life, the fear of hell, the wish to be respected (f.x. to be reckoned among "the men of understanding"), the insecurity ("what if Muhammad is right?) - not to forget the wish for becoming rich - by stealing/looting - and gaining slaves and women. He never tries to systematically prove his tales. Oh, he throws around claims about "signs" and "proofs", but they just are distinguished words influencing people's feeling about and impression from his preaching and claims - nothing systematically proving anything, just loose claims built on positive words but without logically acceptable facts behind them.

Muhammad talked to the feelings, but to pretend he aimed at their intelligence was wiser - flattery often works.

064 6/33a: "- - - the Signs of Allah - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

065 6/33b: "- - - the wicked (non-Muslims*) - - -". According to the Bible it is far from wicked to believe in Yahweh instead of in Allah - actually the Bible indirectly, but very clear tells that belief in Allah is wrong and stupidity (and with respect to all the mistakes, contradictions, etc. in the Quran, and with Muslims' ability to overlook all they do not want to see in the Quran, the Bible may be correct at least in that it may be stupidity. But then it is typical for believers in any religion included Muslims, that they do not believe because of proofs, but often in the face of even strong proofs for that they are wrong - like the case is with all errors, etc. in the Quran, which proves 110% and more that the Quran is not from any omniscient god. The religious persons, included Muslims refuse to really check facts by claiming "we know what you do not know", or "the wrong claims in our holy book do not mean what they say, but something else", etc., etc., etc.)

066 6/34a: "- - - Our (Allah's*) aid - - -". Does not exist unless Allah exists, and is of little value unless he in addition is something supernatural, good or bad. (Remember that also a devil may help - but normally for a price.)

067 6/34b: "- - - there is none who can alter the Words (and Decrees) of Allah (the Quran*)". According to the Bible that will be an easy task for Yahweh.

068 6/34c: "- - - the Words (and Decrees) of Allah (the Quran*)". As the Quran and all its mistakes, etc. is not from any god, then whose words and whose decrees are they in reality? - and are they worth anything?

###069 6/35a: "- - - bring them (non-Muslims*) a Sign - (what good (would it do*)?)". Here we are back to Muhammad's ways of fleeing from requests for proofs for the existence of Allah and for Muhammad's own contact with a god - either he did not answer, or he told like here that miracles (the only way to prove a god) would do no good anyhow, because miracles would not make anyone believe anyhow - a claim so obviously wrong, that an intelligent man like Muhammad knew he was lying each time he said things like that (and according to Ali Dashti - a famous Muslim intellectual from the last century (born in 1896 in Dashtestani in Iran, died sometime between 22. Dec. 1981 and 20. Jan. 1982) - Muhammad said similar things more than 20 times in the Quran. Quite a number of lies from Muhammad only on this point. On how many other points did he lie in and outside his claimed holy book?

When Muhammad lied on the most crucial and central points of all in a religion; Does the god(s) exist, and how to document his/their existence? - then on how many other points did he lie?

If the old books, included the Quran, tell the truth, there are lots of proofs for the old Jewish and Christian god Yahweh. For Allah there is exactly nothing, except never documented claims from Muhammad - a man no judge in Old Bailey would accept as "bona fide" and reliable witness.

Thought provoking: "What is claimed without a proof, can be dismissed without a proof". Also remember: "A strong claim needs a strong proof", "Big words are too cheap to prove anything without a proof", and "A proof is one or more proved facts which can give only one conclusion". And: "The Quran is so full of errors, etc. and at least some lies, and Muhammad's view on dishonesty as a working tool so clear, that the Quran's words are not proofs without additional documentation". Also note that Muhammad all too often "forgot" - and Muslims "forget" - that "perhaps a possibility", "a possibility", "a probability", "likely", "a fact", "a proof", etc. are different words with different meanings, and consequently call possibilities they like, facts or proofs - just keep your eyes and ears open, and see how often this is the case. (Muhammad never gave a valid proof for any of his central religious claims. Never. And the "Signs" (read "proof") and "proofs" he often claimed, without exception are invalid, because he never first proved that it really was Allah who was behind the phenomena Muhammad claimed proved Allah or anything else central in his religion.)

In addition: When Muslims claim or state things, demand proofs (or dismiss what they claim) - Muslims have no valid proof for any central point in their entire religion.

070 6/35b: "- - - a Sign (for Allah*) - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

071 6/35c: "- - - if it were Allah's will - - -". One of the many places in the Quran where Muhammad boasts about what his god could do, if he only willed - - -. But for some reason or other he never willed.

072 6/35d: "If it were Allah's Will, He could gather them (the non-Muslims*) together unto true guidance - - -". If this is true, then why does he just sit looking at persons bound for Hell without guiding them? Allah does not sound like a good and benevolent god.

073 6/35e: "- - - true guidance - - -". Guidance like in the Quran is no true guidance - too much is wrong.

074 6/35f: "- - - those (the non-Muslims*) who are swayed by ignorance - - -". Who are ignorant? - the ones who without questions accepts what their fathers tell must be the truth and that also the more or less likely explanations for wrong facts, etc. must be right, or the ones using their knowledge and their brains to think things over? Also see 22/3a below.

It here is worthwhile to remember that Muhammad and his Quran in reality does not address man's intelligence - this in spite of Muhammad's claims to the opposite - like here. Read the Quran and you will see Muhammad and his book are playing on man's feelings, not his intelligence - the wish for a good second life, the fear of hell, the wish to be respected (f.x. to be reckoned among "the men of understanding"), the insecurity ("what if Muhammad is right?) - not to forget the wish for becoming rich - by stealing/looting - and gaining slaves and women. He never tries to systematically prove his tales. Oh, he throws around claims about "signs" and "proofs", but they just are distinguished words influencing people's feeling about and impression from his preaching and claims - nothing systematically proving anything, just loose claims built on positive words but without logically acceptable facts behind them.

Muhammad talked to the feelings, but to pretend he aimed at their intelligence was wiser - flattery often works. (And telling that "the others" are ignorant but "you" are wise who believe this, is prima flattery).

075 6/36: "- - - Allah will raise them (the dead*) up - - -". According to the old books - included the Quran - the old Jewish and Christian god Yahweh (and also Jesus) proved he was able to do such things. But for Allah there only exist loose words and as loose claims, this included in the Quran (neither Allah nor Muhammad is mentioned in the Bible - this in spite of wrong claims about the opposite from Muhammad and others).

076 6/37a: "Why is not a Sign sent down to him (Muhammad*) from his Lord (Allah*)?". As you see Muhammad was asked for proofs - both by friends and foes. Muhammad only had two answers: To keep quiet and not answer, or try to explain the request away (in the last case he sometimes used even lies). For a comparison: If the old books tell the truth about this, Yahweh and Jesus produced many proofs for that someone supernatural was at work.

This total lack of proofs for Allah and for Muhammad's connection to a god - Allah or not - is one of the weak spots for Islam and for Muslims. And even worse: The extended use of invalid "Signs" (intended to be proofs) and "proofs", and not to mention the lies, are even more questionable - the one having to rely on such "arguments" normally is the cheat, the swindler, the deceiver. And Muhammad is extra suspect here, as both the Quran, Hadiths, and in Islamic history literature tell he accepted and even himself used dishonesty as a working tool (f.x. lies like "miracles will make no-one believe anyhow" - he was too intelligent not to know that was a lie - his point of view concerning breaking of oaths, etc.)

And "what is claimed without a proof, can be dismissed without a proof". In addition: When Muslims claim or state things, demand proofs (or dismiss what they claim) - Muslims have no valid proof for any central point in their entire religion.

Also see 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

077 6/37b: "Allah hath certainly power to send down a Sign - - -". One of Muhammad's many, many claims about the claimed power of his claimed god. If the old books tell the truth, both Yahweh and Jesus proved their power, but Allah and Muhammad never - only claims and words.

078 6/38a: This is not from the Bible. Also notice how much in the Quran is written for Arabia and the conditions there at the time of Muhammad. The book is not written for the world or for all times - the claimed messengers of the old or of f.x. Congo or Siberia or South America of the old, would not find even half the Quran relevant for them, or even understandable. What meant f.x. "camel" or "horse" to a claimed messenger in the old Australia or Amazonas or Nunavut or Greenland? Remember that all cultures and communities in the world and to all times had their messengers according to Muhammad.

079 6/38b: "- - - they (all) (people*) shall be gathered to their Lord (Allah*) in the end (at the Day of Doom*)". According to the Bible it is Yahweh who will rule that day, not Allah.

080 6/39a: "Those (non-Muslims*) who reject Our (Allah's*) Signs are deaf and dumb - - -". At least if they do not first check if the claimed signs really are from Allah, or if this just is cheap claims anybody can make about their claimed god(s).

Also see 4/140b and 6/37 above.

081 6/39b: "- - - whom Allah willeth, He leaveth to wander; whom He willeth, He placeth on the way that is straight". According to Jesus Yahweh forgives all who want and are qualified.

082 6/39c: "- - - the way that is straight". It tells something that Allah offers "the way that is straight" - the easy road - whereas Yahweh offers "the narrow gate" and "the narrow road" (Matt. 7/13-14) - the difficult road. Populism contra realism?

083 6/40a: "- - - the wrath of Allah - - -". - does not exist unless Allah exists, and is of little consequence unless he in addition is a god, neither of which was ever proved (on the contrary: All the errors and worse in the Quran more or less prove he does not exists - and this proof grows even stronger when you add the fact that Allah no place on Earth and no time in the history of man provably has manifested himself in any way - only in the mouth of Muhammad. And the real, historical Muhammad was something rather far from the saint Islam has manufactured: "- - - described not like he was, but like they think he should have been", to quote Alfred Guillaume (one of the great scientists in Muhammad and Islam) from memory.

084 6/40b: "- - - would ye (people*) then (when in danger*) call upon other than Allah?" Of course we would - who calls on a god whom strong circumstantial and empirical proofs prove does not exist? (F.x. the quality of the Quran and the circumstances around it claimed delivery.)

085 6/40c: "- - - truthful". See 2/26 above.

086 6/41a: "- - - if it be His (Allah's*) will - - - ye (non-Muslims*) would forget (the false gods) which ye join with Him!". If this is Allah's decision, how can he then punish the ones who have to do what he has decided?!

087 6/41b: "- - - (the false gods) which ye join with Him (Allah*)!". For one thing if Allah does not exist, it is impossible to join something with him. And for another: Few, is any non-Muslims join god(s) with Allah - they do not believe in Allah at all and have one or more gods INSTEAD OF Allah. F.x the Bible is very clear on that there exists no other god but Yahweh. (Muslims claim (but never prove) that Yahweh is the same god as Allah, but for anyone reading both the Bible and the Quran with an open mind, knowledge, and a good brain it is difficult not to see that this claim is not true - the differences between the two claimed gods (and their two main claimed representatives on Earth - Jesus and Muhammad) are too may, too big, and too fundamental. No wrong claim becomes true simply by repeating it often and in strong words - - - though repetitions may make naive and/or other souls start believing in the claims.

088 6/42a: "Before thee (Muhammad*) We (Allah*) sent (messengers) to many nations - - -". Not one of the claimed very many (124ooo or more according to Hadiths) messengers/prophets for Allah has left a single trace of any kind - as opposed to the far, far fewer prophets for Yahweh - and for that case as opposed to the single self proclaimed messenger Muhammad. Believe in the 124ooo never traced ones if you are able to - science do not believe in them./p>

089 6/42b: "- - - and We (Allah*) afflicted the nations with suffering and adversity - - -". Impossible unless Allah existed and was a god, neither of which was ever proved. (On the contrary: The reality behind the Quran most strongly indicates that Allah never existed or at least was no real god.)

090 6/43a: "- - - Satan made their (sinful) acts seem alluring to them". Here Muhammad refers to the non-Muslims. But the sentence really is interesting for another reason: One of the 3 theories for who made the Quran, is that it is made by Satan - a number of points in the Quran and in Islam's moral code, etc. may indicate this. And a lot of what Muhammad did and of what Muslims did - and some do even nowadays - was and is sin according to all normal moral codes and according to most religions - f.x. raping captive women, which is "good and lawful" according to the Quran. Muslims still boast about many of the horrible deeds done by their forefathers, and use it as alluring samples for the young generation and others. This quote is thought provoking. 

Is it the Muslims who walks on sinful roads doing sinful acts "somebody" (f.x. Satan or the war- and hatemonger, robber baron and later warlord Muhammad*) has made alluring to them? - like stealing/looting, raping, slave taking, extorting, suppressing, murdering, and other things very alluring to primitive, uneducated warriors not knowing the word "compassion" and similar words.

091 6/43b: "- - - (sinful) - - -". See 2/21b above.

092 6/44: "- - - We (Allah*) opened to them (non-Muslims*) the gates - - -". Once more: Impossible to be true unless Allah existed and was a god - which never was proved. Well, he also could belong to the dark forces.

093 6/45a: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". One of Muhammad's many negative and distance-inducing names for non-Muslims. But also see 2/21b above.

094 6/45b: "Praise be to Allah - - -". Please read the surahs from Medina - skip the cheap, glorifying words dictators normally use about themselves, and judge from the far more reliable deeds, demands, introduced codes of conduct, codes of moral, etc. (When there are discrepancies between words and reality, we always believe in the reality.) Do you find he deserves praise? - - - if he exists? (And if he does not exist, there is absolutely no reason for praising him.)

095 6/45c: "- - - Allah, the Cherisher of the Worlds (plural and wrong - see 26/16 below*)". According to the Bible Yahweh and not Allah is the cherisher of the world. (We comment on just some of these many totally obvious disagreements between the Bible and the Quran. Also beware that the fact that we do not comment on something does not mean that it does not merit a comment - the point only is too obvious or repeated too often.)

096 6/46a: "- - - who - a god other than Allah - could restore them (ears, eyes, heart*)?" According to the Bible Yahweh could - and Allah could not take it away unless he exists, which the Bible indirectly, but very clearly says he does not - and the same the reality behind the Quran strongly indicates.

097 6/46b: "- - - Signs - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

098 6/47a: "- - - the punishment of Allah - - -". Does not exist unless Allah exists and is something powerful - dark or white.

099 6/47b: "- - - do wrong - - -". See 2/21b above.

100 6/48a: "We (Allah*) send the Messengers only to give good news and to warn". How then comes that most of what is now the Islamic countries became Islamic "on the point of the sword" or from other kinds of compulsion, normally backed by the sword?

101 6/48b: "- - - good news - - -". What is the good in the news from a claimed holy book behind which there is no god? - no god ever was involved in the making of a book of a quality like the Quran. In the Bible there at least is a good moral code, so that it may be good news even if there should not be any god behind it. Compare the Quran's moral code - especially towards non-Muslims - with "do against others like you want others do against yourself" and draw your own conclusions.

102 6/48c: "- - - upon them (Muslims*) shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve (in the next life*)". This will depend entirely on what they meet if there is a next life. As the Quran with all its mistakes is not from a god, they will not meet a situation like claimed in the Quran. What an irony if they should happen to meet Yahweh there. (As Yahweh according to the old books has proved his existence and power, there may be a chance for such a meeting).

103 6/49a: "- - - Our (Allah's*) Signs - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

104 6/49b: "- - - transgressing". See 2/21b above.

105 6/50a: "- - - the Treasures of Allah - - -". - do not exist unless Allah exists and is something supernatural, white or black, none of which was ever proved. Really the opposite is proved (all errors, etc. in the Quran + no manifestation of Allah ever).

#####106 6/50b: "- - - nor do I (Muhammad*) know what is hidden - - -". This is one of the central points concerning Muhammad himself: He could not see what is hidden - "the unseen". Which means he was unable to make prophesies - the original title of a prophet was just this, "a seer" - one who was able to see the unseen, the hidden (f.x. 1. Sam. 9/9). Muhammad was no real prophet. The definition of a prophet was a person who could see at least parts of the unseen, and thus a person who:

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

Makes prophesies which always or at least mostly come true.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

It also is remarkable that Muhammad relatively seldom used the title "prophet" about himself in the Quran. He mostly used the title "Messenger", even though messenger in reality means an errand-boy (Muslims try to make this title something big and imposing, but this is the meaning of it). "Prophet" on the other hand is a heavy and impressive title telling a lot about the person. May the reason for why he did not use it so often, be that he knew he did not have what it took to merit that title, and was a little careful using it, so as not to provoke questions or comments? (And is this also the reason why Muslims try to pretend that "messenger" is something more impressive and heavy than "prophet"?)

Also see 4/115b above.

A small PS: The word prophet derives from the Greek word "profetes", which means "one who foretells". Any comment necessary?

107 6/50c: "- - - what (the Quran*) is revealed to me (Muhammad*)". See 2/285b above.

108 6/50d: "Can the blind be held equal to the seeing?" Can the one who is blind for the many errors and worse in the Quran and what they means, be held equal to the one who is able to see this and understands what they mean?

109 6/51a: "- - - except for Him (Allah*) they (the ones fearing the possible next life*) will have no protector nor intercessor - - -". For one thing Allah can help nobody unless he exists and in addition is a god, neither of which is proved, and for another according to the Bible it is Yahweh, not Allah, who is the best helper.

110 6/51b: "- - - (- - - evil) - - -". See 2/21b above.

111 6/53a: "Thus did We (Allah*) try some of them (people*) - - -". But why? - why? - does he have to try even one person, and what can he learn from it if he is omniscient and knows everything on beforehand like the Quran claims? - not to mention if he on top of this predestines everything, and thus it is he who predestines the result?! There does not exist any logic - - - not unless it is just something Muhammad told to get more and harsher and obedient warriors when he needed.

112 6/53b: "- - - Allah hath favored - - -". The old story: Allah can favor no-one unless he exists and has power.

113 6/54a: "- - - Our (Allah's*) Signs - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

114 6/54b: "- - - your (Muslims'*) Lord (Allah*) hath inscribed for Himself (the rule of) Mercy". One thing is that Allah could inscribe nothing unless he existed and not much unless he was something supernatural, white or black, none of which was ever proved, another: Please read the surahs from Medina and see how much real mercy you find from him even in this world, especially towards non-Muslims.

115 6/54c: "- - - verily - - -". As for verity and truth see 2/26 above.

An extra point: How much do you respect the use of strengthening, but cheap words like "verily", "in truth", "truly", "certainly", etc. for strengthening loose claims, etc.? After all any cheat, deceiver, charlatan, swindler, etc. can use such words free of charge as long as they do not have to prove anything. But a zero multiplied with even a billion, still only is a zero.

116 6/54d: "- - - evil - - -". See 2/21b above.

117 6/54e: "- - - Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful". These - and similar - are claims you frequently meet in the Quran. But the fact is that Allah can forgive nobody unless he exists and is a major god - which the Bible indirectly but clearly denies and the facts around the Quran confirm, and as for being merciful; please read the surahs from Medina and see how merciful he really is - - - if he exists. Besides even if he exists and is a god, he cannot forgive anyone, because that will change his predestined Plan which nobody and nothing can change, according to several statements in the Quran. And mercy? Please read the surahs from Medina and see how much real mercy you find even in this world, especially towards non-Muslims.

The superlatives at the same time are some - here 2 - of Allah's claimed 99 names.

118 6/55a: "- - - Signs - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

119 6/55b: "- - - sinners - - -". See 2/21b above.

120 6/56a: "- - - the Path (to Allah's Paradise*)) - - -". Neither of these exists unless Allah exists and is a major god. Well, a path can exist also if Allah belongs to the dark forces, but in that case it is not likely to lead to any paradise.

121 6/56b: "- - - those (Muslims*) who receive guidance". Muslims get their guidance from the Quran, but how much real and reliable guidance is there in a book containing something like 3ooo mistakes, contradictions, etc. + all the invalid logic, etc. + the mistakes compared to the Biblical texts, which claim to be reliable texts? (Well, also the Bible contains some mistakes, though by far not like in the Quran. But the Bible is written by humans, who are fallible - the Quran is claimed delivered by and infallible god, and errors there therefore prove that something is very wrong in that book.)

And even if we forget the religions - where one if from a book where there is no god behind, and the other from a book there perhaps is a god behind - and look just at moral and ethical guidance, there are big differences between the two books, and especially so if you compare the Quran with NT, not to mention if you compare the surahs from Medina - the war and apartheid part of the book - with NT.

122 6/57a: "- - - a clear Sign from my (Muhammad's*) Lord (Allah*) - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

123 6/57b: "What ye would se hastened - - -". Muhammad was unable to prove anything, and some dared him to send them punishment for not believing, as a proof for his words and claims. Muhammad was unable to deliver. (Jesus did not have this problem - according to the old books he proved at least s good part of his words.)

124 6/57c: "The Command rests with none but Allah - - -". According to the Bible it rests with Yahweh, not with Allah.

Another point: As the Quran and all its errors are not from any god, who in reality was giving all the commands in the Quran? - and how correct were they? - not to mention: Are they worth anything without a god behind the book?

125 6/57d: "- - - the Truth - - -". See 2/26 above.

126 6/57e: "He (Allah*) is the best of judges". According to the Bible it is Yahweh who is the best of judges, not Allah. (We comment on just some of these many totally obvious disagreements between the Bible and the Quran. Also beware that the fact that we do not comment on something, does not mean that it does not merit a comment - the point only is too obvious or repeated too often, though central points we repeat more often. And just to mention it: According to the Bible Yahweh is the true one (and in other religions other gods - and one should here remember that Islam has no more proof for Allah than other religions have for their god(s) (and strong believers in other religions are as sure that their god(s) is/are real, as Muslims are about Allah - we may even mention that if the old books tell the truth about this, there are proofs for the old Jewish/Christian god (and for Jesus' supernatural nature), but for Allah no proof exists as the claimed "proofs" for Allah without exception are built on not proved claims (it also is striking that the Quran demands strong proofs from all opponents and from other religions - and thus state that proofs are valuable and necessary and meaningful - but never gives logically valid proofs itself - Muhammad even avoids and explain away all requests for real proofs, even requests from followers). But serious: To use and use and use invalid claims and "signs" and "proofs" and arguments, invalid logic, etc. makes one wonder, because such argumentation is a smelly affair, as the use of only such arguments not backed by at least some proved or provable facts, normally is the hallmark of the cheater and the deceiver.

Thought provoking: "What is claimed without a proof, can be dismissed without a proof". Also remember: "A strong claim needs a strong proof", "Big words are too cheap to prove anything without a proof", and "A proof is one or more proved facts which can give only one conclusion". And: "The Quran is so full of errors, etc. and at least some lies, and Muhammad's view on dishonesty as a working tool so clear, that the Quran's words are not proofs without additional documentation". Also note that Muhammad all too often "forgot" - and Muslims "forget" - that "perhaps a possibility", "a possibility", "a probability", "likely", "a fact", "a proof", etc. are different words with different meanings, and consequently call possibilities they like, facts or proofs - just keep your eyes and ears open, and see how often this is the case. (Muhammad never gave a valid proof for any of his central religious claims. Never. And the "Signs" (read "proof") and "proofs" he often claimed, without exception are invalid, because he never first proved that it really was Allah who was behind the phenomena Muhammad claimed proved Allah or anything else central in his religion.)

In addition: When Muslims claim or state things, demand proofs (or dismiss what they claim) - Muslims have no valid proof for any central point in their entire religion.

127 6/58a: "- - - what ye (skeptics*) would see hasten - - -". See 6/57b above.

128 6/58b: "- - - Allah knows best those who do wrong". According to the Bible no-one knows better than Yahweh. Fact is that Allah knows nothing unless he exists and little unless he in addition is something supernatural, white or black, none of which was ever proved. Really the opposite is proved (all errors, etc. in the Quran + no manifestation of Allah ever).

129 6/58c: "- - - do wrong". See 2/21b above.

130 6/59a: "With Him (Allah*) are the keys of the unseen - - -". According to the Bible Yahweh is the ruler of the unseen, not Allah.

131 6/59b: "- - - inscribed in a Record - - -". Why does an omniscient god need a record?

132 6/60a: "It is He (Allah*) Who doth - - -". Allah does exactly nothing unless he exists, and very little unless he in addition is something supernatural, white or black, none of which was ever proved. Really the opposite is proved (all errors, etc. in the Quran + no manifestation of Allah ever).

133 6/60b: "- - - that a term appointed be fulfilled - - -". This somewhat cryptic sentence simply means: So that you do not die until on the date predestined by Allah. Allah predestines the time of your death before you are born - according to Hadiths it happens when the fetus is 4 months old - and his predestination nobody and nothing can change according to the Quran.

134 6/60c: "- - - in the end (the Day of Doom*) unto Him (Allah*) will be your return - - -". According to the Bible, your return will be unto Yahweh, not unto Allah. (We comment on just some of these many totally obvious disagreements between the Bible and the Quran. Also beware that the fact that we do not comment on something does not mean that it does not merit a comment - the point only is too obvious or repeated too often.)

135 6/60d: "- - - the truth - - -". See 2/26 above.

136 6/61: "He (Allah*) is the Irresistible - - -". The same story: Wrong unless Allah exists and is something supernatural, white or black, none of which was ever proved. Really the opposite is proved (all errors, etc. in the Quran + no manifestation of Allah ever). But the Bible tells that Yahweh is the only god, and the realities around the Quran more or less proves that Allah does not at all exist.

137 6/62a: "Then are men (what about women? - the Quran often forgets them*) returned unto Allah (at the Day of Doom*) - - -". According to the Bible they will be returned to Yahweh, not to Allah.

138 6/62b: "- - - Allah, their (Muslims'*) Protector - - -". It is most obvious that Allah can protect nobody unless he exists, and very few unless he in addition is a god - neither of which was ever proved.

139 6/62c: "- - - Allah - - - the (only) Reality - - -". Is Allah a reality? - not one iota is proved about him, and even the Quran - the main source for tales about him - strongly proves that the book and thus the tales, are not from any god. In addition the Bible tells that only Yahweh is reality.

140 6/62d: "- - - is not His (Allah's*) the command?" According to the Bible, the command belongs to Yahweh, not to Allah.

141 6/64: "It is Allah that delivereth you from these and all (other) distresses - - -". This cannot be true unless Allah exists and is something supernatural, good or bad (also a devil can help - for a price). Another point is that according to the Bible the only reliable savior is Yahweh, not Allah.

142 6/65a: "He (Allah*) hath power - - -". A parallel to 6/64 just above.

143 6/65b: "See how We (Allah*) explain the Signs - - -". For one thing the Quran does not explain the claimed signs - it mentions some claimed samples, and claim this is an explanation. For another it is not possible to give truthful explanations of claimed signs which in reality are invalid (well, it is, but then the explanation will not give the result Muhammad wanted), as Muhammad never proved it really was Allah who was behind the phenomena he claimed was signs (indicated to be proofs) for Allah - he simply and just like many believers in many religions claimed natural phenomena, etc. as proofs for his god, just like the others did and do for their god(s) - anyone can claim natural phenomena as proofs for their god(s) as long as they can evade all requests for proofs, just like Muhammad did.

"A claim told without a proof, may be dismissed without a proof".

144 6/66: "- - - the Truth". The Quran with all its errors, contradictions, etc. and not from any god, does not represent the truth. See 2/26 above.

##145 6/67: "For every Message there is a limit of time - - -". This is not from the Bible - and what is the limit of time for the Quran? The world and the moral codes, etc. have changed so very much since the primitive and backward tribe community of Muhammad's Arabia, that large parts of the Quran is outdated to at least the third power. Humanity needs a new and more reliable message - and preferably one much closer to "do to others like you want others do to you". ANY god had known this.

146 6/68a: "When thou (any Muslim*) seest men engaged in vain(?*) discourse about Our (Allah's*) Signs, turn away from them - - -". This is one of the tricks used by manipulating leaders: Try to hinder your followers to get information which can correct your claims.

147 6/68b: "- - - Our (Allah's*) Signs - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

148 6/68c: "If Satan makes thee (Muslim*) forget - - -". Satan is an interesting "person" in the Quran, because he is one of the 3 possible makers of the book - see 6/43a above.

149 6/68cd: "- - - sit not thou in the company of those who do wrong". Compare this to Jesus who sat down and dined with "tax collectors and sinners" and when scolded for this answered that it is not the ones who are well who need a doctor, but the ones who are sick (Matt. 9/12). Or to use Jesus words: "It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick. - - - For I have not come to call the righteous, but the sinners" (Matt. 9/12-13). Yahweh and Allah hardly are the same god, and Jesus and Muhammad definitely not in the same religion (to use small words.)

150 6/68e: "- - - do wrong". See 2/21b above.

151 6/69: "- - - righteous - - -". See 2/21b above.

152 6/70a: "Leave alone those who take their religion to be mere play and amusement - - -". Compare this with Jesus' search for the lost coin (Luke 15/8-10), the lost sheep (Matt. 18/12-14), and the lost son (Luke 15/11-31), and compare it with Jesus' story about the 11. hour, and for that case with 6/68b above. Or to Jesus words: "It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick. - - - For I have not come to call the righteous, but the sinners" (Matt. 9/12-13). Jesus and Muhammad were very different persons, and very different moral and other codes, and it also is very easy to see they served different gods and belonged to very different religions.

153 6/70b: "But proclaim (to them (non-Muslims/bad Muslims*)) this (truth): - - - it (their soul*) will find for itself no protector or intercessor except Allah". This may be wrong for two reasons: For one thing Muhammad was - according to Muhammad - given the right to intercede on behalf on whom he wanted on the Day of Doom (one of the reasons why some wanted to be close and obedient followers to him, so as he could intercede on their behalf that day and get them into Paradise). And for another according to the Bible any soul who honestly search for it, will find a helper and intercessor in Yahweh.

154 6/70c: "- - - (truth) - - -". See 2/26 above.

155 6/70d: "- - - and for punishment, one of the most grievous: for they (non-Muslims*) persisted in rejecting Allah". There is no punishment for rejecting any god if he does not exist. Another point is that according to the Bible only rejecting Yahweh merits such a punishment.

156 6/71a: "Shall we (people/Muslims*) indeed call on others (other gods*) besides Allah - - -". See 1/5 and 6/14c above.

157 6/71b: "- - - things that can do us neither good nor harm - - -". Allah is among these if he does not exist, or if he exists, but is not a god.

158 6/71c: "- - - guidance from Allah - - -". There is the old fact that Allah can guide nobody unless he exists and is a god, neither of which is proved. There is the fact that no-one can give reliable guidance about anything if they use a guidebook as full of errors and contradictions as the Quran, and that no-one can give religious guidance by means of a guidebook whose many mistakes, contradictions, etc. gallantly prove there is no god behind that claimed guidebook. And there is the fact that if the Bible represents the truth, the Quran is even more wrong than what its mistaken facts, other mistakes, contradiction, low quality as literature, etc. prove.

Also see 45/13a below.

159 6/71d: "- - - like the one (non-Muslim*) whom the Satan have made into a fool, wandering bewildered through the earth, his friends calling "Come to us", (vainly) guiding him to the Path (towards Paradise*)". Here Muhammad refers to the non-Muslims. But the sentence really is interesting for another reason: One of the main theories for who made the Quran, is that it is made by Satan - a number of points in the Quran and in Islam's moral code, etc. may indicate this. And a lot of what Muhammad did and of what Muslims did - and some do even nowadays - was and is sin according to all normal moral codes and according to most religions - f.x. raping captive women, which is "good and lawful" according to the Quran. Muslims still boast about many of the deeds done by their forefathers, and use it as alluring samples for the young generation and others. This quote is thought provoking. 

Is it the Muslims who walks on sinful roads doing sinful acts "somebody" (f.x. Satan or the war- and hatemonger, robber baron and later warlord Muhammad*) has made alluring to them? - like stealing/looting, raping, slave taking, extorting, suppressing, murdering, and other things very alluring to primitive, uneducated warriors not knowing the word "compassion" or similar words.

Also remember the other enormous and very fundamental differences between the Paradises of the Bible and of the Quran and how to get there - some of the really strong proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

160 6/71e: "- - - the Path". The road to Allah's Paradise, neither of which exists unless Allah exists and is a god - though a road may exist even if Allah belongs to the dark forces, but in that case it leads to no paradise.

161 6/71f: "- - - the Lord (Allah*) of the worlds (plural and wrong - see 26/16 below*) - - -". According to the Bible it is Yahweh who is that lord. (We comment on just some of these many totally obvious disagreements between the Bible and the Quran. Also beware that the fact that we do not comment on something, does not mean that it does not merit a comment - the point only is too obvious or repeated too often, or we have overlooked it, though central points we repeat rather often. And just to mention it: According to the Bible Yahweh is the true one (and in other religions other gods - and one should here remember that Islam has no more proof for Allah than other religions have for their pagan god(s) (and strong believers in other religions are as sure that their god(s) is/are real, as Muslims are about Allah - but we may mention that if the old books tell the truth about this, there are proofs for the old Jewish/Christian god (and for Jesus' supernatural nature), but for Allah no proof exists, as the claimed "proofs" for Allah without exception are built on other not proved claims only (it also is striking that the Quran demands strong proofs from all opponents and from other religions - and thus state that proofs are valuable and necessary and meaningful - but never gives logically valid proofs itself - Muhammad even avoids and explains away all requests for real proofs, even requests from followers).

Another point: As Muhammad for one thing clearly lies in the Quran (f.x. by saying that miracles will make no-one believe anyhow, and that this was the reason why Allah did not make any miracles), and in addition accepts the use of dishonesty and even broken oaths (2/225a, 5/89a, 16/91b, 66/2a), the Quran needs extra strong - and many - proofs to be believed - anything not really proved may be one of Muhammad's permitted lies. Therefore remember: Al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie) and Kitman (the lawful half-truth) is not only permitted by Islam, but advised to use "if necessary" to promote or defend "the Religion of Truth", and as Muhammad could use deceit and even broken oaths, it is morally ok to do so and thus of course any Muslim can do the same. But serious: To use and use and use invalid claims and "signs" and "proofs" and arguments, invalid logic, etc. makes one wonder, because such argumentation is a smelly affair, as the use of only such arguments not backed by at least some proved or provable facts, normally is the hallmark of the cheater and the deceiver.

And: Like Muhammad it is normal for Muslims in debates to throw never documented or in other ways proved claims around, and then claim/pretend they are valid arguments. Just there and then it may be difficult to disprove such claims - and they "win" the debate. Do not be cheated by such traps - whenever they try this method (and they use it often), demand that they prove their claim or statement (or dismiss what they claim). As there exist no proofs for any of the central religious claims in Islam, and hardly even for the less central ones, they will not be able to prove anything - except perhaps by means of fast talk or new not proved claims, if you are not sharp enough to see through such things.

Also see 45/13a below.

Thought provoking: "What is claimed without a proof, can be dismissed without a proof". Also remember: "A strong claim needs a strong proof", "Big words are too cheap to prove anything without a proof", and "A proof is one or more proved facts which can give only one conclusion". And: "The Quran is so full of errors, etc. and at least some lies, and Muhammad's view on dishonesty as a working tool so clear, that the Quran's words are not proofs without additional documentation". Also note that Muhammad all too often "forgot" - and Muslims "forget" - that "perhaps a possibility", "a possibility", "a probability", "likely", "a fact", "a proof", etc. are different words with different meanings, and consequently call possibilities they like, facts or proofs - just keep your eyes and ears open, and see how often this is the case. (Muhammad never gave a valid proof for any of his central religious claims. Never. And the "Signs" (read "proof") and "proofs" he often claimed, without exception are invalid, because he never first proved that it really was Allah who was behind the phenomena Muhammad claimed proved Allah or anything else central in his religion.)

Just to mention it: The Quran tells Allah has 99 names, and these are some of them. The names generally are descriptions in superlative - Most Kind, Most Merciful, Most High, Most Kind, Most Gracious, etc., but also names like f.x. Oft Forgiving, etc.

Please read the surahs from Medina - omit the cheap, glorifying words and judge from his acts, demands, introduced moral and judicial rules, etc. How many of the names does he really deserve?)

162 6/72a: "- - - regular prayers - - -". See 4/77a above.

163 6/72b: "- - - fear Allah - - -". Why so when the reality behind the Quran and the real fact that Allah never in any way or any place or any time has manifested himself, except in the mouth of Muhammad, in praxis proves that he does not exist, or at least is no major god?

164 6/72c: "- - - it is to Him (Allah*) that we (people/Muslims*) shall be gathered together (at the Day of Doom*)". According to the Bible it is to Yahweh we will be gathered together, not to Allah.

165 6/73a: "It is He (Allah*) Who created the heavens (plural and wrong*) and the earth - - -". According to the Bible this was created by Yahweh, not by Allah - and according to science both books may be wrong on this point.

166 6/73b: "His (Allah's*) Word is the Truth. - - - For He is the Wise, well acquainted (with all things)." Not if he made the Quran with all its mistakes, contradictions, etc., and its amateur quality as literature.

167 6/73c: "- - - the Truth - - -". See 2/26 above.

168 6/73d: "His (Allah's*) will be the dominion the day (of Doom*) when the trumpet will be blown". According to the Bible this day will belong to Yahweh, not to Allah.

169 6/73e: "He (Allah*) knoweth the Unseen - - -". For one thing Allah knows nothing unless he exists, and the unseen only if he in addition is a god. For another: If he knows the unseen, why then does he have to test and test and test even his followers? This strong and frequent need for testing - preferably in war - is one of the big differences between Yahweh and Allah, and one of the many proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

170 6/73f: "For He (Allah*) is the Wise - - -". Not if he made the Quran and all its mistakes, etc.

171 6/73g: "For He (Allah*) is - - - well acquainted (with all things)". See 6/73e above.

€€€172 6/74-82: Like so much claimed Biblical stuff in the Quran, this is not from the Bible. From where did Muhammad get it? It as said is not from the only known source about Abraham - the Bible - and as it is clear the Quran with all its errors, contradictions, etc. is not from a god, so that he cannot have got it that way.

And note that in the Quran Abram/Abraham - like all prophets in the Quran - is made or remade to become a facsimile of Muhammad. And there also only are two possible ending to stories in the Quran: Islam wins or non-Muslims loose. Good and thrilling literature?

For Abraham also see 2/124a, 2/125a, 2/127a and 2/128a above and 22/78c and 14/37b below.

173 6/74a: "- - - (Abraham's*) father Azar - - -". According to the Bible Abraham's father was named Terah (1. Mos. 11/27). Also - just for the record: According to the Bible Abram is the original name of Abraham - in the Bible Yahweh renamed him from Abram to Abraham (1. Mos. 17/5) when Abram was 99 years old (1. Mos. 17/1-5), but this is not mentioned in the Quran. The Quran often is weak on relevant details.

174 6/74b: "For I (Abraham*) see thee (his father*) and thy people in manifest error". In the Bible there is no religious or other kind of disagreement between neither Abraham and his father (on the contrary they lived and travelled together till Abraham was 75 years old (1. Mos. 12/4)), nor between Abraham and the Ur population (according to the Bible Abraham was from Ur of the Chaldeans - in what is now south Iraq).

For Abraham also see 2/124a, 2/125a, 2/127a and 2/128a above and 22/78c and 14/37b below.

175 6/75: "So also did We (Allah*) show Abraham - - -". According to the Bible the involved god was Yahweh, not Allah.

176 6/76: "This (a star*) is my Lord". There is no indication in the Bible for that Abram/Abraham ever was unsure of his god. (Similar in 6/77 and 6/78).

177 6/79: "- - - partners to Allah". It is not possible to have partners to Allah if Allah does not exist. Also see 1/5 and 6/14c above. Also we remind you that according to the Bible Abraham's god was Yahweh, not Allah.

178 6/80a: "- - - guided - - -". No-one can give reliable guidance with a guidebook as full of errors, contradictions, etc. like the Quran. And no-one can give religious guidance with a guidebook not backed by a god, like the Quran - no god ever was involved in a book of a quality like the Quran.

Also see 45/13a below.

179 6/80b: "- - - my (Abraham's*) Lord (here intended to be Allah*) comprehendeth in his knowledge all things". For one thing according to the Bible Abraham's god was Yahweh, not Allah, and for another: As for words like "comprehendeth" and "knowledge" they in this connection are not true if Allah all the same has sent down the Quran - not even a modern time human with wide knowledge - not to mention even a baby god - had been able to make so many errors, etc. like one finds in the Quran. But any not too well educated (in f.x. logic - the logic very often is not up to standard in the Quran) human at the time of Muhammad might have done so. (As for knowledge also see 22/3a below).

For Abraham also see 2/124a, 2/125a, 2/127a and 2/128a above and 22/78c and 14/37b below.

180 6/81: "- - - partners to Allah". It is not possible to have partners to Allah if Allah does not exist. Also see 1/5 and 6/14c above. And remember: According to the Bible Abraham's god was Yahweh, not Allah.

181 6/82a: "It is those who believe (in Muhammad and his Quran - or in twin forerunners*) and confuse not their beliefs with wrong (like f.x. the Bible or its NT*) that are (truly) in security, for they are on (right) guidance". We think that nobody who has read the Quran with an open mind and seen all its errors, contradictions, etc. needs any comments here - and for the ones knowing the Bible, also the differences between the Bible and the Quran makes the Quran even more questionable, as the Bible often says other things than the Quran claims it says.

182 6/82b: "It is those who believe and confuse not their beliefs with wrong that are (truly) in security, for they are on (right) guidance". The Bible says more or less the same, but referring to Yahweh. Is one of them correct, and in case which one?

183 6/82c: "- - - wrong - - - (right) guidance - - -". See 2/21b above.

184 6/82d: "- - - (truly) - - -". For things concerning truth: See 2/26 above.

An extra point: How much do you respect the use of strengthening, but cheap words like "verily", "in truth", "truly", "certainly", etc. for strengthening loose claims, etc.? After all any cheat, deceiver, charlatan, swindler, etc. can use such words free of charge as long as they do not have to prove anything. But a zero multiplied with even a billion, still only is a zero.

185 6/82e: "- - - guidance - - -". A parallel to 6/80a above.

186 6/83a "We (Allah*) raise whom We will - - -". Here the Quran seemingly is talking about Abraham. But for one thing according to the Bible Abraham's god was Yahweh, not Allah - see 2/105a above. Another thing - and the main thing here - is that Muhammad here in reality is not speaking about Abraham, but about himself. He claimed that a main reason why most Jews and Christians did not believe in him, was that they did not like the god had called an Arab instead of a Jew for a prophet (the main reason was that they saw the difference between what Muhammad told the Bible said, and what it really said), and his defence was that Allah did choose what prophets he wanted to choose, and then it was good that Abraham - and other representatives for the god had been told the same; the god chooses whom he wants. Muhammad's claim for one thing got more weight if the god had said such things before + Muhammad then looked like a normal prophet experiencing things normal for prophets.

187 6/83b: "- - - (Allah*) is full of Wisdom and Knowledge". Not if he made the Quran with all its mistakes, contradictions, etc. Also see 22/3a below.

€€€188 6/83-89: This is not from the Bible. Roughly one can say the Bible means that the god - but Yahweh, not Allah - did this, but it is nowhere in the Bible expressed like this. We also remind you that according to the Bible the involved god as said was Yahweh, not Allah.

189 6/84a: "- - - guided - - -". See 6/80a above.

190 6/84b: "- - - do good". See 2/21b above.

191 6/85: "- - - the Righteous - - -". See 2/21b above.

192 6/86: "- - - and to all (all the Israelites/Jews?) We (Allah*) gave favor above the nations - - -". Only possible - possible - if Allah existed and was something supernatural, good or bad, none of which was ever proved. Really the opposite is proved (all errors, etc. in the Quran + no manifestation of Allah ever).

193 6/87a: "- - - guided - - -". See 6/80a above.

194 6/87b: "- - - a straight Way (to Paradise*)". Is it symptomatic that the Quran and Muhammad talk about "the straight Way", "the even Path", etc. - the easy road - to the Paradise, whereas Jesus talked about "the narrow road" - the difficult one? Populism contra realism?

Also remember the other enormous and very fundamental differences between the Paradises of the Bible and of the Quran and how to get there - some of the really strong proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

195 6/88a: "- - - Guidance - - -". See 6/80a above.

196 6/88b: "He (Allah*) giveth - - - guidance to whom He pleaseth - - -". For a comparison: According to the Bible Yahweh gives guidance to whoever honestly asks for it.

197 6/88c: "- - - join other gods with Him (Allah*) - - -". See 6/14c above.

198 6/89: "These (the Biblical persons mentioned in 6/83 through 6/86) were the men to whom We (Allah*) gave the Book - - -". Muhammad claimed all claimed Muslim prophets/messengers (Hadiths mention the number 124ooo) no matter if they knew how to read or not - f.x. Abraham, Lot, Isaac, and Jacob hardly did, but may be they knew it by heart, included everything about Muhammad and his people mentioned in that book?) - and he (wrongly and without documentation like normal for him) included a lot of Biblical names among these - received a copy of the claimed "Mother of the Book" in Heaven, just like he, Muhammad, did (but that the bad Jews and Christians later agreed on falsifying them into the Bible, which thus is a falsified Quran - the claim is provably wrong (and extremely naive)). There has never been found any kind of trace from such a book nowhere in the world, not even a single quoted text from it (whereas from the Bible there are found some 44ooo copies, fragments, or quotations/references.

Another point is that it is highly unlikely the early humans knew how to read. The earliest Biblical persons - and the only ones before 1ooo-1200 BC - who are likely knew the art of reading, are Joseph and Moses.

199 6/90a: "Those (the Biblical persons mentioned in 6/83 through 6/86) were the (prophets) who received Allah's guidance - - -". According to the Bible they received Yahweh's guidance, not Allah's. We also remind you that Allah could guide nobody unless he existed and was something powerful - and that guidance like what is given by all the mistakes and worse (f.x. the use of invalid logic and the use of lies) - included a few(?) lies - in the Quran, is no reliable guidance anyhow.

200 6/90b: "No reward for this (the preaching and the Quran*) do I (Muhammad*) ask of you (Muslims*) - - -". Muhammad liked to pretend he did all the preaching etc. free of charge. In reality he (nominally Allah, but in reality Muhammad) got 20% of all stolen riches and of the slaves taken - 100% if the victims gave in without a fight. Then there was the tax (zakat) from the Muslims - an average of 2.5% of what they owned, not of what they earned, but of what they owned, and there was the tax (jizya + land tax) from non-Muslims and this tax had no upper limit. And far from least: He also got total power and demanded respect - and lots of women, included raping some.

You may meet many Muslims telling you how poorly Muhammad lived and died. The truth is that when he died, he had estates both in Medina, Khaybar, and Fadang, and all his many wives each had a small house. Etc. (But he had decided that what he owned should follow the religion, not his family, and thus his family got next to nothing - and this next to nothing is what many Muslims claim was all he owned. (Muhammad's only surviving daughter, Fatime, never forgave the first caliph, Abu Bakr, that she did not get the inheritance after her father.)

Honesty was not the strongest side of Muhammad, and also not of Islam, and sometimes also not of all Muslims.

##201 6/90c: "- - - this (the Quran) is no less than a Message for the nations". But as all the mistakes and worse (f.x. the use of invalid logic and the use of lies) in the Quran prove 100% and more that the book is not from any god, then from who is the message in case? There only are 3 alternatives:

1): The dark forces. (A number of immoral and inhuman points in the Quran may indicate this.)

2): A mental illness (like TLE - Temporal Lobe Epilepsy). Modern medical science suspects this.

3): One or more cold human brain(s) - f.x. Muhammad's. All the mistakes in the Quran believed to be correct science at the time of Muhammad, plus f.x. the fact that all material in the book is from Arabia and neighboring area, strongly indicates this - perhaps combined with alternative 2. And also all the times Allah(?) helped Muhammad with f.x. family problems, indicates the same.

For a comparison: As for the Bible there is a chance for that there is a god behind it - f.x. all the witnesses to what happened to and around Jesus are difficult to explain away. The same goes for the early martyrs - they had reliable information, and chose death instead of denying their knowledge. And also his disciples and f.x. Paul and Luke could not twist or make up too much about him later, because too many knew what had really happened, so that the only thing they would gain from too much fantasy, would be to lose credibility.

##202 6/90d: "- - - this is no less than a Message for the nations". The Quran here refers to a list of only Biblical persons (verses 6/83 - 6/86). The Quran often mixes Allah (incorrectly) with Yahweh. If it here has mixed (incorrectly) the Quran with the Bible, so that this quote really is about the Bible, perhaps the sentence is correct?

203 6/91a: "No just estimate of Allah do they (non-Muslims*) make when they say: 'Nothing doth Allah send down to man (by way of revelation)'". This is one of Muhammad's very many never proved claims. All the errors, contradictions does not prove that Allah has sent down nothing, but it at least prove that the Quran is not from any god, and what then can Allah have sent down - if he exists? - and if he in case is a god? - or if he belongs to the dark forces?

Also see 2/176b above.

204 6/91b: "No just estimate of Allah do they (non-Muslims*) make when they say: 'Nothing doth Allah send down to man (by way of revelation)' Say (Muhammad*): 'Who then sent down the Book which Moses brought?". This seems to refer to the 5 "Books of Moses" - it seems Muhammad did not know there were 5, because he always use singular. But these books were not sent down to Moses, but were written much later. Moses according to science Moses lived around 1400 - 1300 BC (according to science the Exodus - if it happened - took place around 1235 BC - though some non-scientists say some 200 years earlier (based on numbers from the Bible), and some Muslims (who wants it to have happened under so little known pharaohs that we do not know how they died, and thus that they may be drowned) even say some 300 years earlier), and the oldest parts of the Books of Moses according to science likely were written around 800 BC, and in no case before ca. 950 BC. The youngest parts may be from as late as around 400 BC.

According to the Bible the only thing Moses got in writing, was the 10 Commandments. In addition he verbally received the law, which he later wrote down in a scroll which later was named "The Book of Covenance", and which even later was incorporated in "The Books of Moses".

It is some proof and some argument to refer to a book - "The Book(s) of Moses" - which was never sent down according to the only existing real source about this, the Bible. (As the Quran is so full of mistakes and worse (the use of invalid logic and the use of lies) that it is not from any god, the claim that the information came from a god is wrong.)

But it also is possible the Muhammad/the Quran here means the copy of the claimed "Mother of the Book" which Allah is claimed to revere in his Heaven according to Muhammad. As the Quran is claimed to be an exact copy of the claimed Mother Book, this means this verse refers to such a copy - a twin more or less of the Quran - which Muhammad claimed was sent down to all claimed prophets and messengers all over the world and to all times, with no exception made for prophets living before man learnt how to read and write. There is no mentioning of such a book in the entire Bible, and not connected to any Biblical prophet. Also neither science nor Islam has ever been able to fine even fragments of or references to such a book anywhere older than 610 AD when Muhammad started his mission. For a comparison: One knows about some 12ooo manuscripts and fragments from the Bible and some 32ooo manuscripts or fragments with references to or quotes from the Bible, older than 610 AD. As mentioned zero from the Quran, this even though originally there must have been many more Qurans than Bibles/Jewish scriptures, if Muhammad told the truth when he said a copy was sent to every prophet/messenger, and if Hadiths tell the truth when it says there were at least 124ooo prophets and messengers through the times.

Believe in the claim about the Quran being a book older than 610 AD (really a little later) if you are able to.

205 6/91c: "- - - but ye (Jews, Christians*) make it (the Bible*) into separate sheets for show, while ye conceal much (of its contents) - - -". Once more Muhammad's only possible way to explain away the differences between what he claimed the Bible said and what it really said - something he had to do to save his religion and platform of power - was to claim that the Bible was falsified. Also see 2/75 and 4/47b above.

#206 6/92a: "This (the Quran*) is a Book which We (Allah*) have sent down - - -". No good ever was involved in a book of a quality like the Quran. (But there exists a theory that it has been sent up from Hell - one of only 3 possible alternatives as it is not from a god.) For a comparison: There is a possibility for that there is a god behind the Bible - see 6/90c above.

Also see 2/176b above.

207 6/92b: "- - - (the Quran*) bringing blessings - - -". Please read the surahs from Medina and see how much real blessing you find, except for the ones gaining riches and power from the sword.

###208 6/92c: "- - - (the Quran is*) confirming (the revelations (=the Bible*)) which came before it - - -". There are so many and so grave differences between the Bible and the Quran, that there is no way the Quran can confirm the Bible. This is so obvious that it does not even need proofs - it is enough to read the Bible and the Quran and compare the two. To say the least of it: Especially the youngest part of the Bible (NT) and the youngest part of the Quran (the surahs from Medina) are worlds - and moral codes - apart. The same goes for Jesus and Muhammad.

209 6/92d: "- - - the Mother of Cities - - -". = Mecca. But even if Muhammad claimed it was the "Mother of Cities", the holiest town on Earth, with its Kabah mosque the holiest place on Earth and a duty for every believe to visit at least once, not one of the old Biblical prophets - included Abraham, Moses, and Jesus - ever uttered the slightest wish to visit the place, not to mention provably went there. The places are not mentioned even once in the entire Bible. One of the really STRONG proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god, and for that Jesus and Muhammad did not serve the same god or belong to the same religion - and Jesus also could not belong to the same line of prophets like Muhammad, when he did not even have a wish to visit Mecca and Kabah? - an obligation for all Muslims?!

210 6/92e: "Those who believe in the Hereafter believe in this (Book) - - -". To say this is wrong, is the understatement of the century - more or less all religions believe in a Hereafter, and there is no doubt at all for that the followers of f.x. Yahweh believe in this, but not in the Quran.

211 6/92f: "- - - Prayers". See 4/77a above.

212 6/93a: "Who can be more wicked than one who inventeth a lie against Allah, or saith, "I have received inspiration" - - -". Some irony when one knows that the Quran with all its errors, contradictions, etc. is not from a god - no god ever was involved in a book of that quality.

Also see 45/13a below.

213 6/93b: "- - - inspiration - - -". Muhammad claimed this was the main way he got his claimed information from Allah - a practical way, as one can be inspired by many things (Muhammad seems sometimes f.x. to have been inspired by family problems or other personal difficulties). But this word is nowhere used in such a connection in the entire Bible. Yahweh used direct contact, visions, or dreams (4. Mos. 12/6-8). One more strong indication for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

214 6/93c: "- - - His (Allah's*) Signs - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

215 6/94a: "- - - We (Allah*) created you (people*) for the first time - - -". Allah never in any way proved he was able to create anything at all - only lose and big words in the Quran. But if the old books - included the Quran - tell the truth, the old Jewish and Christian god Yahweh proved his power. Another point is that Allah can create nothing unless he exists and in addition is something supernatural, white or black, none of which was ever proved. Really the opposite is proved (all errors, etc. in the Quran + no manifestation of Allah ever).

216 6/94b: "- - - all (the favors), which We (Allah*) bestowed - - -". There is no proved case of Allah bestowing even one favor on even a cat or a dog anywhere in the world at any time since the dawn of man - legion claims, but not one proved case.

###217 6/94c: "- - - your (non-Muslims*) (pet) fancies (other gods than Allah*) have left you in the lurch!" According to the Bible Yahweh will leave none of his followers in the lurch. The Bible also indirectly, but impossible to mistake tells that Allah does not exist, and thus is a made up god (and Allah actually originally just was a pagan Arab god whom Muhammad shined up, declared to be the only god and changed his name slightly from al-Lah to Allah. (To be more exact: al-Lat seems to have been the moon god whose name was Sin, but whose title was Il or Ilah or al-Ilah (which became al-Lah and means "the god" or "the deity", interpreted as "the main god". And just for the record: the name Allah for him was sometimes used before Muhammad - like on so many points Muhammad also here had no original idea. Islam is not Biblical or Bible-like monotheism, but pagan monotheism.)

218 6/95a: "It is Allah who causeth - - -". A parallel to 6/94a above. We especially mention that Allah never even proved capable of resurrection of the dead, something Yahweh several times proved was within his power - if the old books tell the truth.

Also: Allah can cause nothing unless he exists, and little unless he in addition is something supernatural, white or black, none of which was ever proved. Really the opposite is proved (all errors, etc. in the Quran + no manifestation of Allah ever).

219 6/95b: "- - - the truth (Muhammad's teaching/the Quran*)". See 2/26 above.

220 6/96a: "He (Allah*) it is who cleaveth - - - (etc:*) - - -". A parallel to 6/94a above.

221 6/96b: "- - - (Allah*), the Exalted in Power - - -". According to the Bible only Yahweh is exalted in power.

222 6/96c: "- - - (Allah*) the omniscient". If Allah is behind the Quran with all its errors, contradictions, etc., he is not omniscient. If he is Omniscient, he is not behind any book of a quality like the Quran.

223 6/97a: "It is He (Allah*) Who maketh the stars (as beacons) for you (people*) - - -". One more of Muhammad's nearly innumerable loose and not proved claims. According to the Bible it is Yahweh who has made this, not Allah (both may be wrong according to science). (We comment on just some of these many totally obvious disagreements between the Bible and the Quran. Also beware that the fact that we do not comment on something, does not mean that it does not merit a comment - the point only is too obvious or repeated too often, though central points we repeat more often. And just to mention it: According to the Bible Yahweh is the true one (and in other religions other gods - and one should here remember that Islam has no more proof for Allah than other religions have for their god(s) (and strong believers in other religions are as sure that their god(s) is/are real, as Muslims are about Allah - we may even mention that if the old books tell the truth about this, there are proofs for the old Jewish/Christian god (and for Jesus' supernatural nature), but for Allah no proof exists as the claimed "proofs" for Allah without exception are built on not proved claims (it also is striking that the Quran demands strong proofs from all opponents and from other religions - and thus state that proofs are valuable and necessary and meaningful - but never gives logically valid proofs itself - Muhammad even avoids and explain away all requests for real proofs, even requests from followers).

Also remember: "A strong claim needs a strong proof", "A not proved claim can be dismissed without a proof", "Big words are too cheap to prove anything without a proof", and "A proof is one or more proved facts which can give only one conclusion". And: "The Quran is so full of errors, etc. and at least some lies, and Muhammad's view on dishonesty as a working tool so clear, that the Quran's words are not proofs without additional documentation". Also note that Muhammad all too often "forgot" - and Muslims "forget" - that "perhaps a possibility", "a possibility", "a probability", "likely", "a fact", "a proof", etc. are different words with different meanings, and consequently call possibilities they like, facts or proofs - just keep your eyes and ears open, and see how often this is the case. (Muhammad never gave a valid proof for any of his central religious claims. Never. And the "Signs" (read "proof") and "proofs" he often claimed, without exception are invalid, because he never first proved that it really was Allah who was behind the phenomena Muhammad claimed proved Allah or anything else central in his religion.)

224 6/97b: "- - - Our (Allah's*) Signs - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

225 6/97c: "- - - people who know". See 39/42c below.

226 6/98a: "- - - Our (Allah's*) Signs - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

227 6/98b: "- - - people who understand". Muhammad played on naive, uneducated and primitive people's wish to be among the respected ones - f.x. for being intelligent - and their reluctance to face disrespect from f.x. being so stupid as not to believe in Muhammad's new religion. Especially the naive and primitive and uneducated are easy prey for such propaganda. See 39/42c below.

228 6/99a: A number of thing Muhammad - like normal for him without the slightest proof - claimed Allah does, but all of them things Allah cannot do unless he exists and is a god, neither of which was ever proved, and both of which the Bible in reality denies - and both of which the reality behind the Quran tells is not the case.

229 6/99b: "- - - in these things are Signs for people who believe". Perhaps - but not for educated people with some knowledge and ability to think themselves.

230 6/99c: "- - - Signs - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.</

231 6/100a: "Yet they (non-Muslims - here mainly pagans*) make the Jinns equals with Allah, and they falsely, having no knowledge, attribute to Him sons and daughters". This is not from the Bible - you do not even find Jinns at all in the Bible. (Here beware that Jinns is not the same as bad spirits. They were beings somewhat similar to humans, but created from fire, whereas humans most likely were created from some kind of material, perhaps clay, according to the Quran.) As for knowledge, etc. see 22/3a below.

Short about jinns: The name "jinn" often is translated with "spirit", but that is not correct - it is a class of invisible beings "borrowed" from Arab folklore and pagan Arab religion, and a class unknown to us in the west - and as we have no name for them, we often translate the word with "spirit". Alfred Guillaume - famous scientist on the Quran and Islam - says in his book "Islam", p. 65: "(There is*) a class of beings intermediate between men and angels, with which we (from West*) are unfamiliar. These are the jinns, who are created of fire. They are physical beings. (Fire is particles or molecules/atoms drifting in the air - aerosols - and so hot that they emit light. For one thing aerosols are material. For another the old Islamic laws had laws for marriage between humans and jinns, and such a marriage could not be fulfilled unless also the jinns are material. For a third 55/56 shows that physical sex between humans and jinns were/are possible, which also confirms that the jinns are material beings.) There are good and bad jinn (but most of them end in Hell*)".

232 6/100b: "- - - they (people*) falsely - - - attribute to Him (Allah*) sons and daughters - - -". This may be false for Allah - if he f.x. did not exist, he naturally also had no offspring. But according to the Bible its god, Yahweh, had a son, Jesus - something which is confirmed nearly 400 times in the Bible, many of them by Jesus himself, and even according to the Quran Jesus was reliable.

233 6/100c: "Praise and glory be to Him (Allah!)". Please read the immoral parts of the Quran's moral code, the unjust parts of the sharia laws, the surahs from Medina, etc. - but read the reality behind the glorious words. How much praise and glory do you find he deserves? - - - if he exists.

####An extra comment here about laws: Many Muslims refer to that Jesus said he did not come to change the old laws, and claim that the old Mosaic laws thus must rule also Christians - and that Christians are sinning against them. But they conveniently skip that he added "until everything is accomplished" (f.x. Matt.5/18), and also skip that he on the cross added "it is finished" (John 19/30) - everything was accomplished (and may be enough was accomplished even before). As many of the Islamic Laws are closer to the old Mosaic laws than to the milder ones introduced by Jesus, and to find sins among opponents, it was essential also for Muhammad to stress that Jesus just was confirming the old Mosaic laws, f.x. concerning food. That the claim was not true, did not matter much to him, and does not matter much to Islam of today (though to be honest we think most Muslims do not know better). But even the Quran in 5/15c confirms that the god changed old laws. And f.x. Matt.5/34-36, Matt. 5/43-44, Matt. 12/3-12, Matt. 15/11-20, Luke 14/5, and Peter's sights in Acts 10/10-16 made it clear that Jesus and/or Yahweh changed laws - and Mark 7/14-19 and not least the Quran in 3/50a directly confirm that Jesus did change some of the old laws - even though that clearly was not the reason why he came to Earth.

234 6/100d: "(For He (Allah*) is) above what (children*) they attribute to Him!" Perhaps - and surely if he does not exist. But who is Muhammad - remember that in spite of his claims the book and its many errors itself proves it is not from any god - who claim he is wise enough to understand what a god like Yahweh wants and likes? Yahweh may have a son even if Allah in his likely nonexistence does not have daughters.

235 6/101a: "To Him is due the prime origin of the heavens (plural*) and the earth". According to the Bible, it was Yahweh who did this job (1. Mos. 1/1) - and according to science it was done by nature.

236 6/101b: "- - - how can He (Allah*) have a son (Jesus*) when He had no consort?" For one thing the Quran itself tells that when Allah wanted something, he just could say "Be" and the thing was - may be he said "Be a son" and Jesus was. (Actually these two claims from Muhammad contradict each other, something an intelligent man like Muhammad should have seen. But if one makes up many stories, it is difficult to remember and incorporate all odds and ends in one's tales - and Muhammad may have been the real maker of the Quran.) For another thing in the very old Hebrew religion there was a divine female - one talks about Yahweh and his Amat (source New Scientist and others). Thus it may have been quite possible for Yahweh to get a son "the natural way".

But why should a god be forced to obey zoological rules similar to human ones?

Another point: AS THE QURAN IN 21/91a CONFIRMS THAT IT WAS THE GOD WHO CREATED JESUS INSIDE MARY, HOW WAS/IS IT THEN POSSIBLE FOR MUHAMMAD, THE QURAN, ISLAM, AND MUSLIMS TO CLAIM THE GOD WAS NOT JESUS' FATHER?? THE ONE CREATING A BABY INSIDE A WOMAN, IS THE FATHER.

237 6/101c: "He (Allah*) created all things - - -". According to the Bible it was Yahweh who did this, not Allah - and according to science both books may be wrong on this point.

238 6/101d: "- - - He (Allah*) hath full knowledge of all things". If he knows everything, why then does he have to test even his followers - claims about Allah/Muhammad having to test even good Muslims, f.x. by sending them on raids and into wars, have no meaning if Allah already knows everything, not to mention if he predestines everything like the Quran states several places, and thus can learn nothing from the claimed tests because he has predestined the results himself. (But it does have meaning if the reality was that the "need" for tests just was arguments Muhammad used to get more and harsher and cheap warriors.)

Besides: As the Quran with all its errors is not from any god (and Allah thus only seems to be a rumor started by Muhammad and kept alive by a book not from any god + compulsion from their father, forefathers, surroundings, mullahs/imams, etc.): Were they tested by Allah or by Muhammad?

One more fact here: The demand for testing, testing, testing is not found in the Bible. People sometimes were tested, but not maniacally like in the Quran. One more indication for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

Also see 29/2 below.

239 6/102a: "There is no god but He (Allah*) - - -". Does this mean there is no god at all if Allah does not exist and/or is not a god, like many things - included the reality behind the Quran - prove beyond all reasonable and most unreasonable doubts?

240 6/102b: "There is no god but He (Allah*), the Creator of all things - - -". Strongly contradicted by the Bible, which says that the only god and creator is Yahweh, not Allah. (We comment on just some of these many totally obvious disagreements between the Bible and the Quran. Also beware that the fact that we do not comment on something does not mean that it does not merit a comment - the point only is too obvious or repeated too often.)

Also see 45/13a below.

241 6/102c: "- - - then worship Him (Allah*) - - -". Why and what for when the circumstances around and the myriad or errors, etc. in the Quran + the fact that Allah has manifested(?) himself ONLY in the mouth of a man of doubtful moral and as doubtful reliability, but with much to gain from making people believe in his claimed god and real platform of power? Not once in the history of man, and nowhere else in the world there even was a whisper about Allah or something like the Quran or Islam. As we have quoted some other places: "Allah till now only is a rumor started by Muhammad and kept alive by a most unreliable book" - and a book which itself proves it is not from any god.

242 6/102d: "- - - He (Allah*) hath power to dispose of all affairs". A parallel to 6/102b just above.

243 6/103a: "- - - His (Allah's*) grasp is over all vision - - -". The old story: Not unless he exists.

244 6/103b: "- - - (Allah*) is acquainted with all things". A parallel to 6/96c above.

245 6/104a: "Now have come to you (people*), from your Lord (Allah*), proofs - - -". There does not exist one single valid proof for Allah or for Islam inside or outside the Quran. A main reason is that Muhammad/the Quran never prove that Allah really is behind the phenomena Muhammad claimed were proofs for Allah - he only did like believers in many other religions; claimed phenomena on behalf of his/her god(s), and then evaded all requests for proofs for that it really was Allah who did or made the things. Such loose claims are totally without value as proofs or signs. Worse: Who is it who has to rely on invalid "facts" and claims? - the cheater, the swindler, the deceiver.

And "what is claimed without a proof, can be dismissed without a proof". In addition: When Muslims claim or state things, demand proofs (or dismiss what they claim) - Muslims have no valid proof for any central point in their entire religion.

Muhammad sometimes meant the surahs and verses in the Quran when he talked about "signs" and "proofs". But a book as full of mistakes, contradictions, etc. like the Quran, also is totally invalid as a witness, unless there are additional proofs.

Also see 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

246 6/104b: "- - - I (Muhammad*) am not here to watch over your doings". This was in 621 AD when Muhammad still had little power. When he later gained power, you bet he and also his successors changed his/their mind(s)!

But much worse: Here Muhammad is talking in the Quran. Also Jesus talked in NT. But the NT was written years after Jesus. Islam claims the Quran was made before the world was created, and made by the god, or perhaps it was never made but existed since eternity. How can Muhammad speak in a book made in Heaven and made billions of years before his birth?

247 6/105a: "- - - Signs - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

248 6/105b: "- - - those who know". See 6/98c above.

249 6/106a: "Follow what thou (Muhammad*) art told by inspiration from your Lord (Allah*) - - -". But as the Quran - Muhammad’s claimed inspirations - and all its errors, etc. is not from any god, as no omniscient ever was involved in a that quality work, then from whom or what came Muhammad's claimed inspirations? As said before, there only are 3 alternatives:

1): The dark forces. (A number of immoral and inhuman points in the Quran may indicate this.)

2): A mental illness (like TLE - Temporal Lobe Epilepsy). Modern medical science suspects this.

3): One or more cold human brain(s) - f.x. Muhammad's. All the mistakes in the Quran believed to be correct science at the time of Muhammad, plus f.x. the fact that all material in the book is from Arabia and neighboring area, strongly indicates this - perhaps combined with alternative 2. And also all the times Allah(?) helped Muhammad with f.x. family problems, indicates the same.

For a comparison: As for the Bible there is a chance for that there is a god behind it - f.x. all the witnesses to what happened to and around Jesus are difficult to explain away. The same goes for the early martyrs - they had reliable information, and chose death instead of denying their knowledge. And also his disciples and f.x. Paul and Luke could not twist or make up too much about him later, because too many knew what had really happened, so that the only thing they would gain from too much fantasy, would be to lose credibility. Also the first martyrs - people who had firsthand knowledge to what really had happened - are difficult to explain away.

250 6/106b: "- - - inspiration - - -". Muhammad claimed he got most of his claimed information from Allah by inspiration - a very convenient way, as it was impossible for anyone to check who or what inspired him in each case. To sound like a normal prophet, he also used to claim they received revelations by inspiration. But in the Bible this word is not mentioned one single time in such connections. When Yahweh wanted to tell his representatives or others something, he according to the Bible did so by means of direct speaking, dreams, or visions - see 4. Mos. 12/6-8 above.

An indication for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god - if they had been, it is likely the same kinds of contact had been used.

251 6/106c: "There is no god but He (Allah*) - - -". Does this mean there is no god at all if Allah does not exist and/or is not a god, like many things - included the reality behind the Quran - prove beyond all reasonable and most unreasonable doubts?

Besides: According to the Bible - and the Quran (even though the Quran wrongly mixes him with Yahweh) - the old Jewish and Christian god Yahweh exists.

252 6/106d: "- - - join gods with Allah". See 6/14c above.

##253 6/107: "If it had been Allah's Plan - - -". According to the Quran Allah plans - predestines - every detail of what happens on Earth and wider on beforehand. Not so with Yahweh, even though he can plan and execute things to reach special outcomes he wants sometimes. One of the absolute proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god - and one of the points impossible for Muslims to really explain: How can man have any kind of free will if Allah decides every detail of what happens on Earth? And not less difficult to explain: How can Allah punish persons for bad deeds - or reward them for good deeds - if it is he himself who has forced them to do so? And what about f.x. prayers or forgiving, which both may need changes in the Plan? - impossible?

Another point: Allah's total and inflexible predestination is one of the really strong roofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

254 6/108a: "- - - those (gods*) they (non-Muslims*) call upon besides Allah - - -". See 6/14c above.

255 6/108b: "- - - ignorance - - -". Who is the ignorant one? - the one blindly believing in a book full of errors, contradictions, etc. because his father said it must be the truth because his father said it must be the truth because his - - -? - or the one able to see at least some of the errors in the book, and understand what it means?

256 6/108c: "Thus We (Allah*) made alluring to each people its own doings". But Muhammad forgot(?) to mention that this also goes for Muslims. Many Muslims f.x. honestly are unable to see that some points in their moral code are highly immoral (f.x. rape of captives, looting, etc.) and some points in the sharia laws are highly unjust (f.x. to punish a raped woman for indecency if she cannot produce 4 male witnesses for that it really was rape).

257 6/108d: "In the end (at the Day of Doom*) will they (non-Muslims*) return to their Lord (Allah*) - - -". According to the Bible one will return to Yahweh, not to Allah.

258 6/109a: "- - - Sign - - - Signs - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

#####259 6/109b: "- - - (even) if (special) Signs (miracles*) came, they (skeptics*) will not believe". This is one of the really serious ones, because it is one of the times Muhammad clearly is lying in the Quran. For one thing one has to be very naive to believe in a claim like this - if proved miracles happened, a lot of people would start believing, for another thing Muhammad himself told that all the magicians of the pharaoh became believing Muslims because of a minor miracle Moses made, and for a third Muhammad knew not a little about Jesus and about the effect of Jesus' miracles. A man as intelligent and knowing so much about how humans react, knew he was lying each time he used claims like this.

Another point: Jesus did not get requests for proofs. According to the old books he proved at least some of what he said, and nobody doubted he was connected to something supernatural - though some hoped his connections were to the dark forces.

260 6/110: "We (Allah*) (too) shall turn to (confusion) their (non-Muslims'*) hearts and their eyes - - -(so as not to find the road to Heaven*) - - -". Compare this to "the lost coin" (Luke 15/8-10), "the lost sheep" (Matt. 18/12-14), "the lost son" (Luke /15/11-31), "the 11. hour" (Matt. 20/8-13) - another proof for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

#####231 6/111a: "Even if We (Allah*) send unto them (skeptics*) angels, and the dead did speak unto them, and We gather together all things before their very eyes, they are not the ones to believe - - -". A parallel to 6/109b above. One of the places where an intelligent man like Muhammad knew he was lying.

262 6/111b: "Even if We (Allah*) send unto them (skeptics*) angels, and the dead did speak unto them, and We gather together all things before their very eyes, they are not the ones to believe, unless it is Allah's Plan". This is one of the big differences between Yahweh and Allah: Allah predestines all and everything according to his unchangeable Plan long time on beforehand. Under Yahweh man mostly has real free will - Yahweh just now and then sees to that special goals or results he wants fulfilled, are reached. One of the strong proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

And the deep and disturbing moral question: How can Allah defend punishing - or rewarding - persons, when he himself has predestined everything and thus forces them to do what they do? Both the Quran and Muslims claim it is because man has free will, or partly free will, and thus decides good and bad himself, but that is impossibility if Allah predestines everything long time before, and according to his unchangeable Plan. Total predestination and full or partly - even miniscule - free will for man is impossible to combine even for an omniscient and omnipotent god.

263 6/111c: "- - - Allah's Plan". See 6/107 above.

264 6/111d: "- - - (the truth)". The Quran with all its mistakes, contradictions, etc. represents neither an omniscient god, nor the truth. And if the Bible happens to represent a god, the Quran is even further from the truth.

265 6/112a: "Likewise did We (Allah*) make for every Messenger an enemy - - -". What if Muhammad was a belated enemy of Jesus? If Allah belongs to the dark forces, he could hardly have made a better choice, as large parts of what now is Muslim, used to be Christian. And Yahweh's original people, the Jews - how have they fared at times from Muslims, and what is their future?

266 6/112b: "If thy (Muhammad's/Muslims'*) Lord (Allah*) had so planned, they would not have done it - - -". A parallel to 6/111b above.

267 6/113: "To such (deceit) let the hearts of those incline - - -". This sentence is not a little thought provoking for us who know that no book of a quality like the Quran is from any god, but is a deceit from dark forces, a brain illness, or a cold, scheming human brain - or a combination of these.

268 6/114a: "- - - He (Allah*) is it Who hath sent unto you (Muslims*) the Book (here the Quran*) - - -". No god ever was involved in a book that full of errors, contradictions, etc. like the Quran.

Also see 45/13a below.

269 6/114b: "They (skeptics*) know full well - - - that it (the Quran*) hath been sent down from thy (Muhammad's*) Lord (Allah*) in truth". What many of them knew full well, was that much of what Muhammad claimed the Bible said, was not what it really said, and as many of the Biblical legends and fairy tales Muhammad used in his Quran, were well known in the area, many also knew full well that Muhammad's Quran contained just that; made up legends and fairy tales, etc.. And thus they knew full well that things were seriously wrong in his new religion.

270 6/114c: "- - - in truth". See 2/26 above.

271 6/114d: "Never be then of those who doubt". There is very good reasons for doubting a book of a quality like the Quran. And if the Bible should happen to represent the truth, there are even stronger reasons for disbelieving the Quran and all its mistakes, contradictions, etc.

272 6/115a: "The Word of thy (Muslims'*) Lord (Allah*) - - -". As the Quran and all its mistakes are not from any god, whose word is it in reality?

273 6/115b: "- - - truth - - -". See 2/26 above.

274 6/115c: "- - - justice - - -". On a number points there are from differences to big differences between what is just and unjust in the Bible and in the Quran - a few points in the Quran's moral code and in its sharia laws are unjust nearly no matter what other cultures' moral codes you compare it to, and especially compared to the moral code of Yahweh/Jesus in NT.

####An extra comment here about laws: Many Muslims refer to that Jesus said he did not come to change the old laws, and claim that the old Mosaic laws thus must rule also Christians - and that Christians are sinning against them. But they conveniently skip that he added "until everything is accomplished" (f.x. Matt.5/18), and also skip that he on the cross added "it is finished" (John 19/30) - everything was accomplished (and may be enough was accomplished even before). As many of the Islamic Laws are closer to the old Mosaic laws than to the milder ones introduced by Jesus, and to find sins among opponents, it was essential also for Muhammad to stress that Jesus just was confirming the old Mosaic laws, f.x. concerning food. That the claim was not true, did not matter much to him, and does not matter much to Islam of today (though to be honest we think most Muslims do not know better). But even the Quran in 5/15c confirms that the god changed old laws. And f.x. Matt.5/34-36, Matt. 5/43-44, Matt. 12/3-12, Matt. 15/11-20, Luke 14/5, and Peter's sights in Acts 10/10-16 made it clear that Jesus and/or Yahweh changed laws - and Mark 7/14-19 and not least the Quran in 3/50a directly confirm that Jesus did change some of the old laws - even though that clearly was not the reason why he came to Earth.

275 6/115d: "- - - none can change His (Allah's*) Words - - -". The difference here between the Bible and the Quran here is that Allah according to the Quran predestines every single thing which is to happen on the Earth, included every single detail any human is going to think and say and do, and he does so according to his eternal Plan which nobody and nothing can change. Admittedly both the Quran and Muslims claim that man in contradiction to Allah's total predestination has free will or partly free will, but to combine those two statements is an impossibility even Muslim scholars have been unable to explain through 1400 years - they end up lamely claiming that "all the same it has to be true because Allah says so in the Quran". The ultimate surrender of the brain - the second most valuable gift after life itself, from the god if there is a god - to blindness and blind belief.

As a contrast Yahweh guides, but mostly let humans decide for themselves according to their real free will - mostly, because sometimes he superimposes his will on humans to reach goals or results he wants. But for the greater part of the time man is permitted to have and utilize his free will.

Another point: As the Quran and all its mistakes are not from a god - may the words be changed anyhow?

276 6/115e: "- - - for He (Allah*) is the One Who heareth and knoweth all". For one thing according to the Bible Yahweh is the one who knows everything, and Allah is not even mentioned neither in this connection nor in any other. For another: If the Quran with all its mistakes, contradictions, etc. is representative for Allah's knowledge, he very far from is omniscient - if he even exists. (The alternative is that the Quran is not from Allah - it very obviously is not from any omniscient god.) (As for knowledge also see 22/3a below).

277 6/116a: "- - - the Way of Allah". This way does not exist unless Allah exists and is a major power - black or white.

278 6/116b: "They (non-Muslims*) follow nothing but conjecture - - - lie - - -". This is a bit ironic as the Quran itself proves it is not from a god, like it pretends to be - - - and thus is a conjecture and a lie - - - and in many cases accepts the use of lies etc. for working tools.

279 6/116c "They (non-Muslims*) follow nothing but conjecture: they do nothing but lie". According to the Bible at least the followers of Yahweh follow reality, not conjecture. In addition it is an indisputable fact that Jesus' demands for honesty was much stronger and much more fundamental than Muhammad's - Muhammad accepted the use of dishonesty as a working tool (al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie), Kitman (the lawful half-truth) - both institutionalized later, but building on Muhammad's and his Quran's words - deceit/betrayal, and even the breaking of words/promises/oaths - for the latter see f.x. 2/225a, 5/89a, 16/91b, and 66/2a).

As a "brother" of al-Takiyya and Kitman, etc., we should also mention the tradition for "Hilah": A "device to stop, hinder, or trick - - -. Stratagem to avoid or circumvent legal principles or rigid constructs. - - - utilized - - - to solve contradictions between (political powers, cultural choises, etc*) and Quranic principles". (The Oxford Dictionary of Islam). In plain words: ways/tricks of seemingly or formally being honest or correct, while in reality being dishonest or incorrect. It seems that this aspect of "the religion of truth" was first campaigned of the Hanifi law school, but later utilized also by the other 3 Muslim law schools. "Hilah" is dishonesty in disguise. True honesty is not always central in Islam and among Islam's religious and moral forefront.

##Compare Muhammad's point of view on honesty and the use of dishonesty with this quote, and we think you see the irony.

Another point: As the Quran and all its errors, etc. are not from any god, what then is the book but conjecture? - and fairy tales, not to mention lies? - and where does this place the Muslims?

280 6/117a: "Thy (Muslims'*) Lord (Allah*) knoweth best - - -". For one thing Allah knows nothing unless he exists, and little unless he in addition is something supernatural, white or black, none of which was ever proved (something many things - included the reality behind the Quran - prove beyond all reasonable and most unreasonable doubts he is not) - and for another the Bible says Yahweh is the one who knows best.

281 6/117b: "Thy (Muslims'*) Lord (Allah*) knoweth best who strays from His Way". Why then did he have to test and test even his followers - and preferably by sending them on raids and wars for riches and power for Muhammad (nearly all Muhammad’s perhaps 83 "armed incidents" were raids for riches and captives and for forcing Islam on the surroundings - most of his successors were not much better, or even worse).

And as for straying: Who are most astray of the ones blindly believing in a book so full of errors and worse that no god ever was involved in it, or the ones able to see at least some of the errors, and understand what they mean?

Also see the sinister 34/50a below.

282 6/117c: "- - - His (Allah's*) Way - - -". This way does not exist unless Allah exists and is a major power - black or white.

283 6/117d: "- - - His (Allah's*) guidance". No-one can truly guide anyone at all by means of a guidebook as full of mistakes, contradictions, etc. as the Quran - a book whose errors strongly prove that no god was involved in its creation or delivery. It is heresy, impoliteness, slander, and an insult to blame any medium god for being involved in a book of a quality like the Quran.

Also see 45/13a below.

284 6/118: "- - - His (Allah's*) Signs". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

#285 6/119a: "Why should ye (people/Muslims*) not eat of (meats) on which Allah's name hath been pronounced - - -?" One reason may be that the realities around the Quran prove beyond all reasonable and most unreasonable doubts that Allah does not exist, and that not all like to eat food dedicated to a made up/pagan god - at least if they are not able to laugh from superstition (both made up and pagan - in reality also made up - gods simply are superstition).

286 6/119b: "Thy (Muslims'*) Lord (Allah*) knoweth best - - -". See 6/117a above.

287 6/120: "- - - sin - - -". See 2/21b above.

288 6/121a: "Eat not of (meats (what about other things?*)) on which Allah's name hath not been pronounced - - -". A "reversed parallel" to 6/119a above.

#289 6/121b: "But Satans ever inspire their (sinners/non-Muslims'*) friends to contend with you - - -". Are even the followers of Yahweh inspired by Satans, or by a god?

And irony: One of the theories for who made the Quran is that it was made by Iblis/the Devil - there are a number of points in the Quran which strengthen such a suspicion. If this is true, who are then inspired by Satans?

###290 6/121c: "- - - ye (Muslims*) would indeed be Pagans". More irony: If Allah is a made up god, like many things - included the reality behind the Quran - prove beyond all reasonable and most unreasonable doubts, Muslims are Pagans or at least Heathens.

#291 6/122a: "Can he who was (spiritually*) dead, to whom We (Allah*) gave (spiritual*) life, and a (spiritual*) light - - -". Can a book as full of errors, contradictions, invalid logic, etc. and clearly not from any god, like the Quran bring spiritual life and light? Many will agree to that Jesus' teaching of love and goodness may do so, but "the bible of dishonesty (dishonest words when they give better result, and stealing/looting), suppression, rape, and blood" - the Quran - made either by dark forces or by humans??

Another point is that there nowhere inside or outside the Quran is a proved case of Allah resurrecting an at least a really dead person - only words. Words are cheap. For a comparison: If the old books tell the truth, Yahweh - and Jesus - proved such power in front of MANY witnesses - even in historical times.

###292 6/122b: "Thus to those without Faith (non-Muslims*) their own deeds seem pleasing". What Muhammad never mentions, is that exactly the same is the case for Muslims - and perhaps to an even greater degree, as several of the deeds which are immoral according to most normal codes of conduct and normal codes of moral and normal cultures and civilizations, not to mention to Jesus' teaching, were/are pleasing to Muhammad/Allah.

293 6/123: "Thus have We (Allah*) placed leaders in every town - - -". One more of Muhammad's very many not documented claims - a claim which only may - may - have been true if Allah existed and was a major god - or devil.

###Muhammad Asad has an interesting comment to this verse in his "The Message of the Quran" (translated from Swedish): "The essential role they (the leaders*) play makes these highly respected men immune to critic and little motivated for to question the morality of what they do; and the high "self picture"/self esteem which follows from this, far too easy leads them astray". How many imams, mullahs, and other Muslim leaders remember that this also goes for them?

294 6/124a: "- - - a Sign (from Allah) - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

####295 6/124b: "We (some non-Muslims*) shall not believe until we receive one (message*) (exactly) like those received by Allah's messengers". Here we quote an interesting comment from Muhammad Asad: "The Message of the Quran" (translated from Swedish):

"The meaning of this is that it is part of the human nature to look at beliefs/religion one has got impressed on oneself since childhood and which one shares with ones social surroundings, to be the only true and possibly correct norms - which makes that hard argumentation against these norms may cause a psychologically motivated reaction of enmity".

What Mr. Muhammad Asad never mentions, is that this also go for Muslims - and Muslims often are stronger imprinted with their religion than others. And everybody who have been debating with Muslims f.x. on the net, have seen results: Impoliteness, slander, dirt throwing (oh, not only from Muslims, but that does not make Muslims any better), and not least weighty(?) and to the point(?) arguments like "Islamofoby!", "You are just an Islam-hater! - or Israel-lover!", "You do not know what you are talking about!" (this even in cases where the opponent knows a lot more than himself), etc. Efficient ways for Muslims to flee from facts and real arguments they do not like, but it is impossible to find the truth about Islam or the Quran - or Muhammad - or even about the claimed Islam-hate, that way.

And why do Muslims flee from correct facts and arguments?

296 6/124c: "Allah knoweth best - - -". For one thing Allah knows nothing unless he exists, and little unless he in addition is something supernatural, white or black, none of which was ever proved (something many things - included the reality behind the Quran - prove beyond all reasonable and most unreasonable doubts he is not) - and for another the Bible says Yahweh is the one who knows best.

Besides it is a fact that according to the Bible it is Yahweh who knows best.

297 6/124d: "- - - before Allah - - -". The old fact once more: Nobody can be placed before Allah unless Allah exists.

298 6/124e: "- - - a severe punishment - - -". The old fact: Allah cannot punish - or reward - anybody unless he exists, and nothing severe unless he in addition is something supernatural - be especially careful it he in case belongs to the dark forces.

299 6/125a: "Those whom Allah (in his Plan (see f.x. 6/115c above*)) willeth to guide, He openeth their breast to Islam, those whom He willeth to leave straying, He maketh their breast close and constricted - - -". For a comparison: According to Jesus Yahweh guides everyone who honestly wants to be guided and who qualifies for guidance. (well, there are a few points were also the Bible tells that the god blocks the road to Paradise for some ones, but then for some ones who are too bad and too bent on continuing being bad to ever qualify for Paradise - not like in Islam where Allah according to Hadiths Allah decides whether you are to end in Hell or in Paradise 5 months before you are even born, and nothing you can do can change that decision, as nothing and nobody can change Allah's Plan.)

300 6/125b: "- - - thus doth Allah (heap) the penalty on those who refuse to believe (in the Quran*)". Impossible unless he exists and is something supernatural, white or black, none of which was ever proved (something many things - included the reality behind the Quran - prove beyond all reasonable and most unreasonable doubts he is not). It also conflicts with the Bible, which says that only the ones not believing in Yahweh will be punished.

301 6/126a: "This is the Way of thy (Muslims'*) Lord (Allah*) - - -". Such a way does not exist unless Allah exists and in addition is something powerful - black or white. (Be careful on his way if he belongs to the dark forces.)

302 6/126b: "This is the Way of thy (Muslims'*) Lord (Allah*), leading straight - - -". Is there something symbolic in that in the Quran the road to Paradise is the straight - the easy - way, whereas in NT it is the narrow - the difficult - gate and road which leads there? Populism versus realism?

Also remember that the other enormous and very fundamental differences between the Paradises of the Bible and of the Quran and how to get there - some of the really strong proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

303 6/126c: "- - - the Signs - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

304 6/126d: "- - - receive admonition". From a book like the Quran?

305 6/127a: "For them (Muslims*) will be a Home of Peace (Paradise*) in the presence of the Lord - - -". If the Bible represents the truth, not too many Muslims will qualify for Paradise, and this even more so if Jesus' teaching is the final truth (Jesus = the religion of love, Muhammad (at least his last some 10 years) = the religion of dishonesty (in words and deeds), apartheid, and blood).

Also remember the other enormous and very fundamental differences between the Paradises of the Bible and of the Quran and how to get there - some of the really strong proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

306 6/127b; "- - - (righteousness) - - -". See 2/21b above.

307 6/128a: "- - - Jinns - - -". This is a kind of being you do not meet in the Bible even though they are somewhat central in the Quran - another indication for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

Short about jinns: The name "jinn" often is translated with "spirit", but that is not correct - it is a class of invisible beings "borrowed" from Arab folklore and pagan Arab religion, and a class unknown to us in the west - and as we have no name for them, we often translate the word with "spirit". Alfred Guillaume - famous scientist on the Quran and Islam - says in his book "Islam", p. 65: "(There is*) a class of beings intermediate between men and angels, with which we (from West*) are unfamiliar. These are the jinns, who are created of fire. They are physical beings. (Fire is particles or molecules/atoms drifting in the air - aerosols - and so hot that they emit light. For one thing aerosols are material. For another the old Islamic laws had laws for marriage between humans and jinns, and such a marriage could not be fulfilled unless also the jinns are material. For a third 55/56 shows that physical sex between humans and jinns were/are possible, which also confirms that the jinns are material beings.) There are good and bad jinn (but most of them end in Hell*)".

308 6/128b: "- - - we reached our term - - -". = we reached the date Allah had predestined for us to die. Allah predestines every detail in your life, and your time of death according to Hadiths he predestines 5 months before you are born - and nothing and nobody according to the Quran can change his Plan/predestination. One of the many clear proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

###309 6/128c: "The Fire (Hell*) will be your (Jinns'*) dwelling-place: you will dwell therein for ever, except as Allah willet". The last 4 words are very interesting, because they may indicate that Hell is not quite forever (there are similar remarks in 11/107a and 78/23 below). If this is the case Yahweh on just this point is stricter than Allah, as in the Bible both Heaven and Hell really are forever - and it in case is one more indication for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

310 6/128d: "For thy (Muslims'*) Lord (Allah*) is full of wisdom and knowledge". Not if he is behind the Quran and all its errors, contradictions, invalid logic, etc. Also beware that when the Quran talks about knowledge, it often only means religious knowledge related to the Quran and Islam. (As for knowledge also see 22/3a below).

311 6/128e: "- - - knowledge - - -". See 22/3a below.

312 6/129a: "Thus do We (Allah*) make - - -". Allah can make nothing unless he exists, and little unless he in addition is a something supernatural, white or black, none of which was ever proved. Really the opposite is proved (all errors, etc. in the Quran + no manifestation of Allah ever).

313 6/129b: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". See 2/21b above.

314 6/130a: "O ye assembly of Jinns and men!" This is not from the Bible - there are no Jinns anywhere in the Bible.

315 6/130b: "Came there not to you (Jinns and men*) messengers from amongst yourself - - -". The Quran and Hadiths tell that all people to all times did receive messengers from the one god. This is not said in the Bible. The Bible also only talks about Jewish prophets.

316 6/130c: "- - - My (Allah's*) Signs - - -".See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

317 6/131a: "- - - thy (Muslims'*) Lord (Allah*) would not destroy - - -". Once more: He cannot - neither destroy nor anything else - unless he exists, and he can do little unless he in addition is something powerful - black or white.

318 6/131b: "- - - wrongdoing - - -". See 2/21b above.

319 6/132a: "To all (people/Muslims*) are degrees (or Ranks according to their deeds - - -". The Quran's Paradise is sub-divided: The "normal" paradise for ordinary Muslims according to Hadiths has 4 or 6 or more (the real number is not known) gardens, one better than the next, and with Firdaws as the most excellent one. These seem to be found in the lowest heaven - Firdaws perhaps higher up. And then there are the 6 higher heavens for especially qualified Muslims.

One point the Quran never explains, is how it is possible for you to have your family around you like the Quran promises, if not all of them qualifies for the same heaven or garden? Your son and daughter qualify for garden number 1 and 3 respectively, your wife for number 2, whereas you yourself were killed in the Battle of Tours in 732 AD and qualify for Firdaws. How to collect your family around you, like the Quran states is a fact?

For a contrast the Bible has only one heaven where all and everyone "become like the angels" (f.x. Matt. 22/30). One of the really strong proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god. If they had been, their Paradises had been one and the same and thus identical.

320 6/132b: "- - - (Allah*) is not unmindful - - -". Allah does not even have a mind unless he exists.

321 6/133a: "Thy (Muslims'*) Lord (Allah*) is Self-sufficient - - -". If he does not exist, this is a matter of fact.

322 6/133b: "Thy (Muslims'*) Lord (Allah*) is - - - Full of Mercy - - -". Please read the surahs from Medina, the immoral parts of the Quran's moral code, the unjust parts of the sharia laws, etc. - how much real mercy do you find behind the sometimes big words? Whenever there is discrepancy between nice words and reality, we believe in the reality.

323 6/133c: "- - - if it were His (Allah's*) Will - - -". One of the many places in the Quran where Muhammad boasts about the powers of his claimed god. For some reason or other, Allah never will.

324 6/133d: "- - - He (Allah*) raised you up - - -". Impossible unless he existed.

#325 6/134: "All that hath been promised (by Allah*) unto you (Muslims*) will come to pass - - -". Impossible unless Allah for one thing exists, for another is a god, and for a third is correctly described among all the mistakes and worse (f.x. the use of invalid logic and the use of lies) in the Quran.

There also never in the history of man was even one proved case of Allah keeping a promise - yes, even of giving a promise. Lots of claims, but never a proved case.

And by the way: As the Quran and all its errors are not from any god, then who are making all the promises on behalf of Allah in the Quran? - and are they worth anything at all as there is no god behind them?

326 6/135a: "- - - certain it is that the wrongdoers will not prosper". A most thought provoking sentence as it is very clear that according to all normal moral codes, much of what the Quran prescribes or will like you to do, is wrong - f.x. use dishonesty, steal/loot, rape, take slaves, suppress others, kill, etc. (If you compare the Quran's moral code with the gold standard "do against others like you want others do against yourself", you will get quite a picture of the Quran and Islam.)

327 6/135b: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". See 2/21b above.

328 6/136: "Out of what Allah hath produced - - -". Impossible unless Allah existed - and was a god, neither of which was ever proved. (On the contrary: The reality behind the Quran and other facts most strongly indicate that Allah never existed or at least was no real god.)

329 6/137a: "- - - if Allah had willed - - -". One of the many places in the Quran where Muhammad boasts about what his god could do "if he only willed". For some reason or other this claimed powerful god never wanted to. Boasting are cheap arguments. Also see 45/13a below.

330 6/137b: "- - - if Allah had willed, they (the Pagans*) would not have done so (behaved badly*) - - -". As Allah unlike Yahweh predestines everything, it is Allah who predestines and thus forced them to do this. He easily could have made everybody behave well. When he himself makes many behave badly, what is the moral alibi for punishing them for bad behavior?

331 6/137c: "- - - leave alone them (non-Muslims*) and their inventions (other gods than Allah*)". Compare this to "the lost coin" (Luke 15/8-10), "the lost sheep" (Matt. 18/12-14), "the lost son" (Luke /15/11-31), "the 11. hour" (Matt. 20/8-13) - another proof for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

But what is the situation for the Muslims if Allah is an invention?

332 6/138: "- - - He (Allah*) will requite - - -". Impossible unless he exists.

333 6/138-139: This - among much other - is not from the Bible. Also notice how much in the Quran is written for Arabia and the conditions there at the time of Muhammad. The book is not written for the world or for all times - the claimed messengers of the old or of f.x. Congo or Siberia or South America of the old, would not find even half the Quran relevant for them, or even understandable. What meant f.x. "camel" or "horse" to a claimed messenger in the old Australia or Amazonas or Nunavut or Greenland? Remember that all cultures and communities in the world and to all times had their messengers according to Muhammad.

334 6/139a: "- - - He (Allah*) will soon punish them (non-Muslims*) - - -". Allah can neither punish nor reward unless he exists, and very little unless he in addition is something supernatural, white or black, none of which was ever proved. Really the opposite is proved (all errors, etc. in the Quran + no manifestation of Allah ever).

335 6/139b: "- - - He (Allah*) is full of wisdom and knowledge". Not if he made the Quran with all its errors, contradictions, etc. (as for knowledge also see 22/3a below).

336 6/140a: "- - - food which Allah hat provided - - -". Allah can provide nothing unless he exists - and little unless he in addition is something supernatural, good or bad.

337 6/140b: "- - - inventing (lies) against Allah". Is it a lie against Allah to claim he exists and to claim he is a good and benevolent(!) god of war, if he does not exist? (There is no indication, not to mention proof, for Allah's existence, except the words of a man with a very doubtful moral, but with a wish for respect, power, riches for bribes, and for women.)

338 6/140c: "- - - guidance - - -". No-one can truly guide anyone at all by means of a guidebook as full of mistakes, contradictions, etc. as the Quran - a book whose errors strongly prove that no god was involved in its creation or delivery. It is heresy, impoliteness, slander, and an insult to blame any medium god for being involved in a book of a quality like the Quran.

Also see 45/13a below.

339 6/141a: "It is He (Allah*) Who produceth gardens (etc., etc.*) - - -". According to the Bible this is produced by Yahweh (though according to science the prime producers are the nature and the gardener).

340 6/141b: "- - - Allah loveth not - - -". Allah can neither love nor hate unless he exists.

341 6/142a: "- - - eat what Allah has provided for you - - -". Allah cannot have provided anything unless he exists - and little unless he in addition is something supernatural, good or bad.

342 6/142b: "- - - follow not in the footsteps of Satan - - -". Again this thought provoking advise - thought provoking because one of the three theories for who made the Quran is just the dark forces (the other ones are that it is made by one or more human(s), or by a mental illness like TLE) - that it is made by a god is no theory but just a claim, as no god ever was involved in a book as full of errors, contradictions, weak compositions, etc. as the Quran).

Also see 45/13a below.

343 6/143: "- - - knowledge - - -". See 22/3a below.

344 6/144a: "But who does more wrong than one who invents a lie against Allah - - -". See 6/140 above.

345 6/144b: "But who does more wrong than one who invents a lie against Allah, to lead astray men without knowledge?". If Allah does not exist or if he is something different from what the Quran claims - a book full of mistakes, contradictions, etc. and never giving one valid proof for any central point in its tales - Muhammad led and leads huge flocks of humans astray. Not to mention what he did and does if Jesus happened to tell the truth.

And "what is claimed without a proof, can be dismissed without a proof". In addition: When Muslims claim or state things, demand proofs (or dismiss what they claim) - Muslims have no valid proof for any central point in their entire religion.

And as for straying: Who are most astray of the ones blindly believing in a book so full of errors and worse that no god ever was involved in it, or the ones able to see at least some of the errors, and understand what they mean?

Also see the sinister 34/50a below.

346 6/144c: "- - - knowledge - - -". See 22/3a below.

347 6/144d: "For Allah guideth not a people who do wrong". A parallel to 6/142a above.

348 6/144e: "- - - Allah guideth - - -". For one thing Allah can guide nobody unless he exists, and for another no-one included Allah can give reliable guidance relying of a book of a quality like the Quran. And just for the record: According to the Bible Yahweh is the best guide.

349 6/144f: "- - - do wrong". See 2/21b above.

350 6/145a: "I (Muhammad*) find not in the Message received by me - - -". Did Muhammad receive messages, and in case from whom? See f.x. 6/142b above.

351 6/145b: "- - - inspiration - - -". See 6/106a above.

352 6/145c: "- - - any (meat) forbidden to be eaten - - -". Here the god was a strange one if he had been one and the same: First he lifts the strict Jewish rules (via Jesus), and then he is uncertain enough about himself to re-introduce some of them via Muhammad!! (As many of the Islamic laws are closer to the old Mosaic laws than to the milder ones introduced by Jesus, and to find slanderous things to say against the Christians, it was essential for Muhammad to stress that Jesus just was confirming the old Mosaic laws, f.x. concerning food - and point to that Christians did not follow them. That the claim was not true, did not matter much to him, and does not matter much to Islam of today. But already the Quran in 5/15c above confirms that the claimed god changed old laws. And both Matt. 15/11-20 and Peter's sights in Acts 10/10-16 and others made it clear that Jesus and/or Yahweh changed laws - and Mark 7/14-19 and not least the Quran in 3/50a directly confirm that Jesus did change some of the old laws - even though that clearly was not (the main reason) why he came to Earth.)

353 6/145d: "- - - Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful". These - and similar - are claims you frequently meet in the Quran. But the fact is that Allah can forgive nobody unless he exists and is a major god - which the Bible indirectly, but clearly denies, and as for being merciful; please read the surahs from Medina and see how merciful he really is - - - if he exists. Besides even if he exists and is a god, he cannot forgive anyone, because that will change his predestined Plan which nobody and nothing can change, according to several statements in the Quran. And mercy? Please read the surahs from Medina and see how much real mercy you find even in this world, especially towards non-Muslims.

The superlatives at the same time are some - here 2 - of Allah's claimed 99 names.

354 6/146a: "- - - this (difficult food laws*) in recompense for their (the Israelites'*) willful disobedience - - -". There is nowhere in the Bible said the Jewish food laws were punishment - for disobedience or for anything. No god had omitted such information, because if people do not know something is a punishment, the punishment has no effect.

355 6/146b: "- - - We (Allah*) are True (in our ordinances)". Compare the Quran's ordinances with f.x. Jesus' teaching - there are so big differences that at least one of the two books (the Bible or the Quran) has to be wrong.

356 6/147a: "Your (peoples'*) Lord (Allah*) is full of Mercy all-embracing - - -". A parallel to 6/145c above.

357 6/147b: "- - - from people in guilt never will his (Allah's*) Wrath turn back". As many a Muslim - extremely many - through the times, and after inducing and pushing from the Quran, have been guilty of even very serious crimes according to all normal moral codes and all normal judicial codes, this sentence is quite thought provoking - - - especially if there really exists a good and benevolent god somewhere.

358 6/147c: "- - - His (Allah's*) wrath - - -". This does not exist unless Allah exists, and is in any case of little consequence unless he in addition is a god.

359 6/148a: "Those who give partners to Allah - - -". See 1/5 and 6/14c above.

360 6/148b: "If Allah had wished, we (non-Muslims*) should not have given partners to Him (Allah*) - - -". Here we are back to Allah's total predestination and unchangeable Plan: The Quran several places states that Allah predestines everything you do, and then there is no other possible explanation for your sacrificing to other gods, than that Allah has decided and predestined that you should do so - and how can he then punish you for it? (Muhammad and Islam and Muslims claimed and claim that in spite of Allah's 100% predestination, man also had/has at least partly free will, and thus that he decided and did the bad things himself. But this is a mathematically impossibility even for an omniscient and omnipotent god - in the nonmaterial realms of life, there are things impossible for even gods. Also Islam is unable to explain how it can be possible to combine the two claims - 100% predestination vs. (partly) free will for man. They admit that it is impossible to explain it, but lamely adds that "it all the same has to be true, as Allah says so in the Quran"(!!!).

The ultimate surrender of the intellect to blind dogmas.

361 6/148c: "- - - Our (Allah's*) wrath - - -". See 6/147c above.

362 6/148d: "Have ye (non-Muslims*) any (certain) knowledge (about other gods than Allah*)? If so produce it before us (Muslims*)" Here again we meet this phenomenon; Muhammad demands proofs from everybody else - and thus also shows that proofs are essential for what to believe - but he himself never offered one reliable and valid proof for any of the central claims in his new religion. Never. And "what is claimed without a proof, can be dismissed without a proof". In addition: When Muslims claim or state things, demand proofs (or dismiss what they claim) - Muslims have no valid proof for any central point in their entire religion. (As for knowledge also see 22/3a below).

363 6/148e: "Ye (non-Muslims*) follow nothing but conjecture: ye do nothing but lie". For one thing the Bible tells that the followers of Yahweh far from follow conjecture (and honesty is more essential in especially NT than in the Quran), and for another: If the Quran just is one big conjecture - and with all those mistakes, contradictions, etc. it at least is from no gods - what then are all Muslims doing?

364 6/149a: "With Allah is the argument that reaches home - - -". = Allah decides everything. In contrast to the Bible the Quran claims Allah predestines absolutely everything which happens everywhere.

One of the at least 200% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

365 6/149b: "- - - if it had been His (Allah's*) Will, He could indeed have guided you (people*) all". A parallel to 6/137a above.

366 6/149c: "- - - (Allah) guideth - - -". For one thing Allah can guide nobody unless he exists, and for another no-one included Allah can give reliable guidance relying of a book of a quality like the Quran.

367 6/150a: "Bring forward your (Non-Muslims'*) witnesses to prove Allah forbid so and so". A parallel to 148d above.

368 6/150b: "- - - our (Allah's*) Signs - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

369 6/150c: "- - - they (non-Muslims*) hold others (other gods*) as equals with their Guardian-Lord (Allah*)". To be more correct they - f.x. the followers of Yahweh - hold their god(s) far superior to Allah, because they honestly believe Allah is a made up god (if not they had fast become Muslims), and there are strong indications for that they are right at least on this last point (many things - included the reality behind the Quran - prove this beyond all reasonable and most unreasonable doubts).

####370 6/151a: "Come, I (Muhammad*) will rehearse what Allah (really) hath prohibited you (Muslims*) from - - - (f.x. to*) be good to your parents - - -". Nowhere in the Bible are you prohibited from being good to your parents! (But honestly the same is the case for the Quran, too. It is so contrary to most of what the Quran says, that even Muslim scholars agree on that this is wrong - it is one of a short list (19 points?) of mistakes Muslim scholars normally agree to are found in the Quran (http://1000mistakes.com lists 15 of them). And remember: Just one mistake in the book proves that the Quran is not from an omniscient god - an omniscient god does not make mistakes.)

####371 6/151b: "Come, I (Muhammad*) will rehearse what Allah (really) hath prohibited you (Muslims*) from - - - (f.x. to*) kill not your children on plea of want - - -". Nowhere in the Bible are you prohibited from not killing your children! (But honestly the same is the case for the Quran, too. It is so contrary to most of what the Quran says, that even Muslim scholars agree on that this is wrong - it is one of a short list (19 points?) of mistakes Muslim scholars normally agree to are found in the Quran (http://1000mistakes.com lists 15 of them). And remember: Just one mistake in the book proves that the Quran is not from an omniscient god - an omniscient god does not make mistakes.)

372 6/151c: "- - - We (Allah*) provide sustenance - - -". Allah can provide nothing unless he exists - and little unless he in addition is something supernatural, white or black, none of which was ever proved (both of which many things - included the reality behind the Quran - prove beyond all reasonable and most unreasonable doubts he does/is not).

373 6/151d: "- - - come not neigh to shameful deeds - - -". - like stealing/looting, lying, raping, child sex, discrimination, extortion, murder, etc. No comments necessary.

374 6/151e: "- - - take not life - - - except by way of justice and law - - -". Here no comments are needed neither concerning Muhammad's own behavior, nor concerning Muslims' behavior through history, nor concerning modern time terrorists' choice of victims. The words are similar to Jesus' and also to the 10 commandments' words, "You shall not kill" - but with an addition you do not find in the Bible. Worse: This point is more or less forgotten by many Muslims (but then this surah is from 621 AD, and Islam did not start becoming a hate, dishonesty, and war religion until after 622 AD, and this point is abrogated - made invalid - by many later and harsher verses in the Quran, f.x. 9/5). The addition and the very abrogation of this and similar points in the Quran, are two of the grave symbols for the difference between the Bible, and especially NT, and the Quran.

375 6/151f: "- - - justice - - -". See 2/21b above.

376 6/152: "- - - the Covenant of Allah - - -". There is nowhere in the Quran told that Allah formally made a defined covenant with the Muslims, as opposed to Yahweh and his followers in the Bible, where Yahweh's covenant with his followers is clearly described.

377 6/153a: "- - - this is My (Allah's*) Way - - -". Does not exist unless Allah exists, and is of little interest unless he in addition is something supernatural - be careful if he belongs to the dark forces.

378 6/153b: "- - - this is My (Allah's*) Way, leading straight - - -". Is it symptomatic that the Quran and Muhammad talk about "the straight Way", "the even Path", etc. - the easy road - to the Paradise, whereas Jesus talked about "the narrow road" - the difficult one? Populism contra realism?

Also remember the other enormous and very fundamental differences between the Paradises of the Bible and of the Quran and how to get there - some of the really strong proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

379 6/153c: "- - - thus doth He (Allah*) command you - - -". As the Quran with all its errors, contradictions, etc. - even a few(?) lies - is not from any god, then who was/is the real commander of Islam and its Muslims? There only are 3 alternatives:

1): The dark forces. (A number of immoral and inhuman points in the Quran may indicate this.)

2): A mental illness (like TLE - Temporal Lobe Epilepsy). Modern medical science suspects this.

3): One or more cold human brain(s) - f.x. Muhammad's. All the mistakes in the Quran believed to be correct science at the time of Muhammad, plus f.x. the fact that all material in the book is from Arabia and neighboring area, strongly indicates this - perhaps combined with alternative 2. And also all the times Allah(?) helped Muhammad with f.x. family problems, indicates the same.

For a comparison: As for the Bible there is a chance for that there is a god behind it - f.x. all the witnesses to what happened to and around Jesus are difficult to explain away. The same goes for the early martyrs - they had reliable information, and chose death instead of denying their knowledge. And also his disciples and f.x. Paul and Luke could not twist or make up too much about him later, because too many knew what had really happened, so that the only thing they would gain from too much fantasy, would be to lose credibility. Also the first martyrs - people who had firsthand knowledge to what really had happened - are difficult to explain away.

380 6/153d: "- - - righteous". See 2/21b above.

381 6/154a: "- - - We (Allah*) gave Moses the Book - - -". Even overlooking the fact that according to the Bible Moses' god was Yahweh, not Allah, there is yet another mistake here if the Bible is reliable on this point: Moses received no book. Muhammad here refers to "the Book of Moses" (he seems not to have known there were 5) or to something similar to the Quran which Muhammad claimed was sent down to all claimed prophets, etc. According to the Bible Moses only received in writing the 10 commandments. In addition he was told the law, which he himself shortly afterwards wrote down (and called it "the Book of Covenance" - 2. Mos. 24/4+7), and which long time later was incorporated in the 5 Books of Moses, also called the Torah.

But as said it is possible the Muhammad/the Quran here means the copy of the claimed "Mother of the Book" which Allah is claimed to revere in his Heaven according to Muhammad (verses 6/155-156 may indicate this). As the Quran is claimed to be an exact copy of the claimed Mother Book, this means this verse refers to such a copy - a twin more or less of the Quran - which Muhammad claimed was sent down to all claimed prophets and messengers all over the world and to all times, with no exception made for prophets living before man learnt how to read and write. There is no mentioning of such a book in the entire Bible, and not connected to any Biblical prophet. Also neither science nor Islam has ever been able to fine even fragments of or references to such a book anywhere older than 610 AD when Muhammad started his mission. For a comparison: One knows about some 12ooo manuscripts and fragments from the Bible and some 32ooo manuscripts or fragments with references to or quotes from the Bible, older than 610 AD. As mentioned zero from the Quran, this even though originally there must have been many more Qurans than Bibles/Jewish scriptures, if Muhammad told the truth when he said a copy was sent to every prophet/messenger, and if Hadiths tell the truth when it says there were at least 124ooo prophets and messengers through the times.

Believe in the claim about the Quran being a book older than 610 AD (really a little later) if you are able to.

Also see 2/176b above.

382 6/154b: "- - - do right - - -". See 2/21b above.

383 6/155a: "And this (the Quran*) is a Book We (Allah*) have revealed - - -". No god ever revealed a book of a quality like the Quran.

384 6/155b: "And this (the Quran*) is a Book We (Allah*) have revealed as a blessing - - -". Please read the Quran, and especially the surahs from Medina - skip the nice words, and read the reality behind the lines. How much real blessing do you find even for most Muslims? - and what about if it on top of all there is no god involved?

385 6/155c: "- - - righteous - - -". See 2/21b above.

386 6/155d: "- - - receive mercy (from Allah*)". Please read the surahs from Medina, the immoral parts of the Quran's moral code, the unjust parts of the sharia laws, etc. - how much real mercy do you find behind the sometimes big words? Whenever there is discrepancy between nice words and reality, we believe in the reality.

##387 6/156: "The Book (here the Quran or something closely like it*) was sent down to two Peoples (Jews and Christians*) - - -". Both the Bible and science strongly agree on that what the Israelites/Jews and the Christians received, was something entirely different from the Quran. And neither science nor Islam has ever and nowhere found even the smallest traces - not even a quotation - from any book like the Quran older than 610 AD (when Muhammad started his mission). This in spite of that there according to Hadiths originally must have existed many more samples of the Quran (or to be exact; copies of "the Mother of the Book" in Heaven - the same claimed book the Quran is claimed to be an exact copy of) as each prophet/messenger - at least 124ooo according to Hadiths - received such a book + the received book of course were copied like normal for those times. The Bible - laboriously and expensively copied by hand - existed only in a limited number, at least complete copies. But there today exist some 12ooo copies or fragments from Biblical scriptures + some 32ooo quotations or references to such ones, older than 610 AD - whereas from all the 124ooo or more claimed Qurans older than Muhammad there exists exactly zero fragment and zero quotation and zero reference from/to any of them

Believe the claim about the old copies of "the Mother of the Book"/the Quran if you are able to.

Also see 2/176b above.

388 6/157a: "- - - its (the Quran's*) guidance - - -". How much reliable guidance do you find in a book full of mistakes, contradictions, invalid logic, a few(?) lies, etc.? And how much religious guidance do you find in a book where there is no god involved?

389 6/157b: "- - - a Clear (Sign) from your (Muslims*) Lord (Allah*) - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

390 6/157c: "- - - a guide and a mercy - - -". Here likely is meant the Quran or perhaps Muhammad - but is a teaching so full or errors, contradictions, etc. like the Quran a reliable guide? - and is a teaching that full of dishonesty, horror, suppression, and blood a mercy?

391 6/157d: "- - - reject Allah's Signs - - -". As there exists no - and never existed - signs provably from Allah, neither inside nor outside the Quran, but only loose and never documented claims, at most what one rejected were loose claims, and claims so loose that any believer in any religion could claim just the same on behalf of his/her god(s). And who can justly be punished because one is skeptical to loose and cheap claims any pagan can use free of charge?

392 6/157e: "In good time (at the Day of Doom*) shall We (Allah*) requite those (non-Muslims*) who turn away - - -". For one thing Allah can do nothing like that unless he exists and is something supernatural, white or black, none of which was ever proved, and for another: According to the Bible it will be Yahweh, not Allah, who rules that day.

393 6/158a: "- - - Signs - - -". See 4/140b above and 36/33 below.

394 6/158b: "- - - righteousness - - -". See 2/21b above.

395 6/159a: "As for those who divide their religion and break it up into sects - - -". It is likely here is meant the Jews and the Christians, but according to our sources there through the times have been some 3ooo Islamic sects - some have disappeared, some were drowned in blood by the "correct" Muslims (the word "assassin" derives from a group of such murderers), and some still exist.

396 6/159b: "- - - He (Allah*) will in the end (at the Day of Doom*) tell them (see 6/159a just above*) the truth - - -". See 6/157d above.

397 6/160: "- - - good - - - evil - - - wrong - - -". See 2/21b above.

398 6/161a: "- - - my (Muhammad's*) Lord (Allah*) hath guided me - - -". For one thing Allah could guide exactly no-one unless he existed, and for another; no guide using a guidebook as full of errors, contradictions, etc. like the Quran, is a reliable guide.

399 6/161b: "- - - a Way (Islam*) that is straight (towards Paradise*) - - -". See 6/153a above./p>

##400 6/161c: "- - - a religion of right - - -". No religion built on a book where so much is wrong like in the Quran, can be right. And even more so as there is no god behind that book (no god ever was involved in a book of that quality), and thus no god behind the religion.

401 6/161d: "- - - Abraham the true in Faith, and he (certainly) joined not gods with Allah". According to the Bible Abraham's god was Yahweh, not Allah. (We comment on just some of these many totally obvious disagreements between the Bible and the Quran. Also beware that the fact that we do not comment on something, does not mean that it does not merit a comment - the point only is too obvious or repeated too often, or we have overlooked it, though central points we repeat rather often. And just to mention it: According to the Bible Yahweh is the true one (and in other religions other gods - and one should here remember that Islam has no more proof for Allah than other religions have for their pagan god(s) (and strong believers in other religions are as sure that their god(s) is/are real, as Muslims are about Allah - but we may mention that if the old books tell the truth about this, there are proofs for the old Jewish/Christian god (and for Jesus' supernatural nature), but for Allah no proof exists, as the claimed "proofs" for Allah without exception are built on other not proved claims only (it also is striking that the Quran demands strong proofs from all opponents and from other religions - and thus state that proofs are valuable and necessary and meaningful - but never gives logically valid proofs itself - Muhammad even avoids and explains away all requests for real proofs, even requests from followers).

Another point: As Muhammad for one thing clearly lies in the Quran (f.x. by saying that miracles will make no-one believe anyhow, and that this was the reason why Allah did not make any miracles), and in addition accepts the use of dishonesty and even broken oaths (2/225a, 5/89a, 16/91b, 66/2a), the Quran needs extra strong - and many - proofs to be believed - anything not really proved may be one of Muhammad's permitted lies. Therefore remember: Al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie) and Kitman (the lawful half-truth) is not only permitted by Islam, but advised to use "if necessary" to promote or defend "the Religion of Truth", and as Muhammad could use deceit and even broken oaths, it is morally ok to do so and thus of course any Muslim can do the same. But serious: To use and use and use invalid claims and "signs" and "proofs" and arguments, invalid logic, etc. makes one wonder, because such argumentation is a smelly affair, as the use of only such arguments not backed by at least some proved or provable facts, normally is the hallmark of the cheater and the deceiver.

And: Like Muhammad it is normal for Muslims in debates to throw never documented or in other ways proved claims around, and then claim/pretend they are valid arguments. Just there and then it may be difficult to disprove such claims - and they "win" the debate. Do not be cheated by such traps - whenever they try this method (and they use it often), demand that they prove their claim or statement (or dismiss what they claim). As there exist no proofs for any of the central religious claims in Islam, and hardly even for the less central ones, they will not be able to prove anything - except perhaps by means of fast talk or new not proved claims, if you are not sharp enough to see through such things.

Also see 45/13a below.

Thought provoking: "What is claimed without a proof, can be dismissed without a proof". Also remember: "A strong claim needs a strong proof", "Big words are too cheap to prove anything without a proof", and "A proof is one or more proved facts which can give only one conclusion". And: "The Quran is so full of errors, etc. and at least some lies, and Muhammad's view on dishonesty as a working tool so clear, that the Quran's words are not proofs without additional documentation". Also note that Muhammad all too often "forgot" - and Muslims "forget" - that "perhaps a possibility", "a possibility", "a probability", "likely", "a fact", "a proof", etc. are different words with different meanings, and consequently call possibilities they like, facts or proofs - just keep your eyes and ears open, and see how often this is the case. (Muhammad never gave a valid proof for any of his central religious claims. Never. And the "Signs" (read "proof") and "proofs" he often claimed, without exception are invalid, because he never first proved that it really was Allah who was behind the phenomena Muhammad claimed proved Allah or anything else central in his religion.)

Just to mention it: The Quran tells Allah has 99 names, and these are some of them. The names generally are descriptions in superlative - Most Kind, Most Merciful, Most High, Most Kind, Most Gracious, etc., but also names like f.x. Oft Forgiving, etc.

Please read the surahs from Medina - omit the cheap, glorifying words and judge from his acts, demands, introduced moral and judicial rules, etc. How many of the names does he really deserve?)

402 6/161e: "- - - joined not gods with Allah". At least when it comes to the followers of Yahweh, like Abraham was according to the Bible, they do not join gods with Allah - they simply do not believe he exists (well, many are not better informed than they believe in Muhammad's never proved - and documented wrong - claim that Allah is the same god as Yahweh, but Allah in case was a very twisted and wrong image of Yahweh). And actually it is the same for other religions - there are few non-Muslim religions believing in Allah, so they do not "join other gods" with him, but have one or more gods INSTEAD OF Allah. Another fact is that if Allah does not exist, it is not possible to join anything with him, included other gods - - - and there nowhere was or is any proof or even clear indication for the existence of Allah - only Muhammad's words, and Muhammad was a man with a very doubtful moral and reliability.

Another point is that if Allah does not exist, it is impossible to join gods with him - you cannot join anything with nothing.

403 6/162a: "- - - Prayers". See 4/77a above.

404 6/162b: "- - - Allah, the Cherisher of the Worlds (plural and wrong - see 26/16 below*)". According to the Bible Yahweh is the cherisher of the world, not Allah.

405 6/163a: "No partner hath He (Allah*) - - -". If he does not exist, it is physically impossible to have a partner.

406 6/163b: "- - - His (Allah's*) Will". This does not exist unless Allah exists, and is of little consequence unless he in addition is something powerful, white or black.

407 6/164a: "- - - He (Allah*) is the Cherisher of all things - - -". See 6/162b above.

408 6/164b: "Your (people's*) goal in the end is towards Allah - - -". According to the Bible it is towards Yahweh.

409 6/164c: "- - - the truth - - -". See 2/26 above.

410 6/165a: "It is He (Allah*) Who hath made you (Muslims*) (His) agents, inheritors of the earth: He hath raised you in ranks, some above the others - - -". To say it with small letters: This verse is not from the Bible.

411 6/145b: "- - - Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful". These - and similar - are claims you frequently meet in the Quran. But the fact is that Allah can forgive nobody unless he exists and is a major god - which the Bible indirectly but clearly denies, and the facts behind the Quran + the fact that Allah never has manifested or proved himself any time, anywhere outside or inside the Quran except in the mouth of Muhammad, proves beyond any reasonable and most unreasonable doubts that he is not. And as for being merciful; please read the surahs from Medina and see how merciful he really is - - - if he exists. Besides even if he exists and is a god, he cannot forgive anyone, because that will change his predestined Plan which nobody and nothing can change, according to several statements in the Quran. And mercy? Please read the surahs from Medina and see how much real mercy you find even in this world, especially towards non-Muslims.

The superlatives at the same time are some - here 2 - of Allah's claimed 99 names.

One extra point: According to the Bible, and especially to NT, Yahweh is a lot more both forgiving and merciful than the reality you find about Allah, especially as you find him in the surahs from Medina - the most correct ones according to Islam's rules for abrogation.

Subtotal: 411 + 2224 = 2635 comments.

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This work was uploaded with assistance from M. A. Khan, the author of Islamic Jihad: A Legacy of Forced Conversion, Imperialism and Slavery, and the editor of islam-watch.org website.