Q&A: Verses of The Qur’an

The FurQan

(Ch 1) Does each verse of chapter 1 (the Salat) open a gate to Heaven?

I am sure that one definition is “the Key.” There are seven verses, as there are seven heavens or skies above us. Thus one key for each Heaven.

The FurQan

In (2:34), who is “We”?

Possibly someone who brought the Word of God to the angels.

The FurQan

(2:40) Who are the Children of Israel?

The Children of Israel were the people living in Israel with Moses. At the time of Moses, nobody had named them so they were called the Children of Israel. After generations, they became known as Jews.

The FurQan

(2:70) I thought there was not supposed to be any intermediary between someone and God?

Right, there is not supposed to be an intermediary between someone and God. The people asked Moses to pray because he was the Prophet and the Prophet can pray to God for Help. A living Prophet is different from a dead Prophet (and once that Prophet dies, you cannot ask him, you can only ask God directly.)

The FurQan

(2:72-73) What is the situation going on in these verses?

It’s about the vaccine mentioned in the blog. They killed someone and blamed each other. In verse 73, God Tells them what to do; to strike/touch the slain Man with a part of the cow. God Brought the dead person back to life, so he (the dead person) could inform them of his murderer.

The FurQan

(2:74) What is the relationship between the hardened hearts like rocks and the rocks which gush forth water?

Recently Science has discovered that inside stones are water. These symbolic parables are signs for people to have faith. Who could have imagined, 1400 years ago, such a thing as water from a stone? The subject is people who have hearts like stones; however, stones are not completely closed but these people are!

The FurQan

(2:102) Who are the angels Harut and Marut in Babylon?

These angels came down to Earth and taught evil ones magic and sorcery, as a trial/means of testing them. They also taught how to create conflict between Man and wife yet couldn’t harm anyone except with God’s Permission.

The FurQan

In (2:127), what service are Abraham and Ishmael asking God to Accept? And what are the foundations of the House?

This is when they have finished building the Mosque of Mecca.

The FurQan

In (2:138) What is another translation of the “Baptism of All’h”?

God’s System. The System/Way of God’s Creation (with God’s Books, Laws).

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In (2:143), what is an ummah? (and what is going on?)

Ummah means Nation.

This is the time when God Changed the Qiblah toward Jerusalem; it was a test for those with Muhammad, to see who were really the submitted ones.

The FurQan

In (2:145) who are the People of The Book referred to as?

People of The Book, in the time of Muhammad, were Jews & Christians. Today, they are Muslims too.

The FurQan

(2:149-150) What do you think is the significance of the repetition?

There were two Directions for prayers that God Changed from Mecca to Jerusalem for a while as a test. Then He Changed it back to Mecca and this repetition twice means they were two Directions and it’s confirming it, as it is symbolic.

The FurQan

In (2:158), what are Safa and Marwah (who are among the symbols of All’h)?

Safa and Marwah are the names of a place in Mecca, which all pilgrims must pass by!

The FurQan

(2:177) What does turning your faces toward East and West signify?

Turning your face toward east or west or Mecca or Jerusalem is not what is the most important. What really matters is to be good people, believe in All’h, the angels, The Book, and prophets … .

The FurQan

(2:187) What does this mean: “until the white streak of dawn appear to you distinct from the blackness of night”?

This is Fajr (the dawn Salât). At this time if you happen to look at the sky, you would see a “thread” of white of dawn, breaking the black cover of night. And this is the sign of dawn/Fajr.

The FurQan

Hadj is mentioned and in (2:196), it is mentioned what to do instead of completing the Hadj. An “offering” of shaving the head is mentioned, is that regarding the time in the past, before us? So what would be the offering for not completing the Hadj?

All the Commandments are for keeping hygiene, so in any case these are the rituals for men. These are the rules if anyone could not go to pilgrimage, to nevertheless send the offering of a sheep and men shave their head. I really think it is for hygiene.

The FurQan

(2:203) When are the Appointed Days?

During the Hadj.

The FurQan

In (2:228) Why do men have the degree of advantage over women? In one Translation, it says in terms of pregnancy?

Men must pay for women when pregnant. Men need to do the duty toward the family and baby by providing and paying.

The FurQan

(2:235) What is the prescribed term that must be fulfilled and what does the secret contract mean?

This is referring to getting engaged. Don’t meet with them in secret. Don’t sleep with them before getting married, and if it’s with a widow, wait until four months and 10 days have passed before getting married.

The FurQan

(2:238), why especially the “Middle Salat”?

The “middle Salat“, is the Salat of the middle of 5 Salats!

And, the reason for being Reminded in particular is because it is the only Salat that its time is not marked by a particular event (like the sun “rising” and “setting”, or the noon that is lunch hour, and the night by getting dark). The afternoon is the only one that is not marked by any special event and thus, we have to watch out for its time, as it can be easily forgotten.

The FurQan

What does (2:243) mean?

2:243 is about some one thousand people who ran away from their homeland, fearing death (because they thought they could avoid death, when God Has Ordered). So God Says die! (because people need to take heed and know that Every Power Is in the Hand of God, and they cannot run away from it!). They died and then God Restored them to life!

The FurQan

In (2:248) What is the Ark of the Covenant and why would there be relics within?

This was a big wooden box, containing things from the time of Moses, as well as Signs of God (a Miracle from God), that was brought by angels for people at the time so that they would believe.

The FurQan

(2:251) What does Power of the redundancy mean?

It’s exactly the same with your cells, they must get killed every day to avoid excess and pollution. In the world if some people don’t get killed by others, then pollution will take over and kill everyone.

The FurQan

What does (2:259) mean, what is the significance of the donkey, and who are “we” (mentioned near the end of the verse)?

This verse is an example for people to consider. Someone passing through a ruined town, said to himself, “How Will All’h Bring this town and its inhabitants to life after death?” So, God Put him to death for 100 years. Then He Revived him, and Asked him: “How long have you remained? “A day, or a part of the day” he said. “But rather, you remained 100 years. Look at your food and drink; it has not changed with time. And look at your donkey; And We Will Make you a sign for the people. And look at the bones (of this donkey) how We Raise them and then Cover them with flesh.” And when it became clear to him, he said: “I know that All’h Is over all things Competent.”

The “We” (How We Raise them) is through the intercession of the angels.

The FurQan

In (2:260), how is the bird example a demonstration of how God Gives life to the dead?

The birds are dead before Abraham calls them. Thus, it is a Miracle from God!

The FurQan

(2:262) What is an example of how charity can be followed by injury?

The people who do charity, don’t remind others of their act of charity and ask for nothing in return, their reward is with All’h. The injury refers to reminding someone of what you have given them.

The FurQan

In (2:282-283) What do these verses mean talking about financial transactions?

They mean that it is important to put in writing any kinds of business transactions, and the scribe should be honest and a believer. Also there should be two witnesses to confirm the transaction (two men, or one Man and two women since a woman can seduce a Man, so two are needed to check one another).

The FurQan

In (2:284), of course to All’h belongs all in the heavens and on the Earth but why not also mention the other planets in the galaxy?

We have seven heavens above us, and each is surrounded by the next one and each contains millions and billions of suns, moons and planets! Between the heavens are suns, moons, stars or planets.

At the start of Big Bang, seven heavens and, at last, the Earth were Created. This being our World; at the end of the seventh Heaven, there is a “wall” of gravity (the planck wall), beyond which the scientists thought nothing could exist! But we knew from The Qur’an, that at least two other Universes existed, which are the abode of the believers after the annihilation of this world! These Universes are also called Heaven in English, or there are Gardens of Eden in them. By the way, ever since the finding of Science, the M Theory/The infinite Probability, they believe in the probability of some existence on the other side of the planck wall!

The FurQan

Ch 3 “The Family of Imran”, who is in this family?

Imran is the family name of the parents and descendants of Mary, Zakaria, etc.

The FurQan

(3:7) Will true Believers also find some of the Hidden Meanings?

True believers will compare The Qur’an’s words with Science discoveries and they will know and recognize the Signs of God.

The FurQan

In (3:52), who are the “Disciples”? Are they only followers/believers?

Disciples are the close followers of the Messenger, his companions!

The FurQan

What does (3:65) mean? And is “The Law” “the Torah”?

Take The Religion of Abraham.

It’s not about your christian book or your Torah.

It should be about One God Alone. The Religion of God. Truth and Straight. As long as you submit to One God Alone.

“The Law” refers to “the Torah”

The FurQan

(3:72) What does this verse mean?

This is some people who cheat God and themselves, that they advise others to believe and do what they want in the morning and when you come back home at night, do what you like, they are two-faced.

The FurQan

(3:97) What is the Station of Abraham?

Since he tended Mecca, he had a small station/area within where he would stay.

The FurQan

(4:1) What does it mean through Whom you demand your mutual (rights)?

God Says to be cautious, fear your Lord, The One you swear by His Name to each other, when you want to persuade someone that you swear by Him. Fear The One you believe to be So Important as to swear to each other by His Name when you want to and take care of your family, and don’t forget He Is Watching over you.

The FurQan

What does (4:3) mean?

God Says that you may marry multiple women if you are just and equitable with each of them, but in (4:129), God Says that you will never be able to be equal with each of them so you may not marry multiple women.

The FurQan

(4:16) Why leave the men alone?

It does not apply for men alone, it is for a couple. It is translated as “And the two who … ” not “If two men … ”. Both did bad so punish them, and if they repent, then leave them alone as don’t punish them anymore and let them go.

The FurQan

In (4:22) and (4:23), what does it mean: “except for what is past”?

It means from now on, because when The Qur’an came out, many people were already married. So this is the rule now.

(4:22) From now on, don’t marry the women whom your father married …

The FurQan

(4:47) What does “before We Change the face and fame of some beyond all recognition” refer to?

These are the Jews. God Has Turned some people into pigs (5:60) and apes (2:65); and also He Cursed the people of Sabbath. This verse is a warning for them to come and accept The FurQan!

The FurQan

(4:58) What do the “Trusts” signify?

The trust means if someone leaves you something to keep for him, to give it back as it was given to you and when you judge do it justly. The Best Gift is the Teachings of All’h and His Admonitions.

The FurQan

(4:81) the angels on your sides record all your deeds, but do they record also your thoughts? You only get a consequence from your actions right?

What you earn is from your deeds, your doings. So nowhere is it said that you will pay for your thoughts! Thoughts are private and only God Is Aware of your privacy!

Now, sometimes you think of doing something, whether you achieve what you aimed to do is by God (16:9.) The aim of your thought becoming realized depends on All’h. The angels only record your deeds (4:81.)

The FurQan

(4:83) What does this verse mean?

A lot of people gossip and spread matters they have heard, not knowing if it is true or not. It is bad to spread rumors. Instead you should ascertain the truth first.

The FurQan

(4:103) What is the difference between congregational prayers and regular prayers?

Congregational prayers are prayers enjoined by groups of people altogether. Regular prayers mean that the Salat is done by oneself.

The FurQan

(4:150) Is this verse also regarding people who believe but don’t follow The Book or Salat?

Yes, in order to be considered a Believer, one cannot believe only halfway and follow the middle course. One must follow God’s Commandments entirely.

The FurQan

(4:174) Which is the convincing Proof? The Qur’an? The mathematical coding confirmation?

God Talks about the convincing/conclusive proof which is the Mathematical code/Miracle of The Qur’an, and then He Sent a light which is The FurQan.

The FurQan

(5:5) Should women be virgins before getting married?

Two people who really love each other and promise loyalty to each other in taking God as witness are married to one another. Having a license for it or making it official is only for society. To marry means to be loyal and devoted to someone you really love and to be really loved as well. And the sign of true love from someone is when he asks you to marry.

The FurQan

(5:5) Why is the difference to marry chaste women among the People of The Book before you as compared to chaste women who are believers?

They don’t must be of the same religion, yet should be chaste and most important to just believe in God!!

The FurQan

What does (5:31) mean?

The black crow hinted to one of the sons of Adam (The One that killed his brother) that when someone dies, you bury them in the ground. Then he regrets that he killed his brother and feels shameful.

The FurQan

In (5:82), why are Christians seen as those who are loving toward the believers and devoted to learning and not arrogant?

Many Jews focus a lot about money and are stubborn. Christians have some groups such as monks who devote themselves to studying, and are closer to the believers and have a better chance of understanding the Truth when they find out. Monks have renounced the world, sacrificing themselves to get closer to God.

The FurQan

What is the significance of the repetition in (5:93)?

There is no blame on the believers (who do right deeds) for what they eat (even if it’s the forbidden) as long as they control themselves and believe (the commandment concerning what they are eating). Then, afterwards in case of repetition, continuing to abstain from the forbidden and do righteousness. In fact one is permitted to eat the forbidden in control and abstinence, as long as having belief and good deeds. And the numbers are confirmations. (93:5) Confirms this!

The FurQan

(5:96) Why was hunting forbidden during Hadj?

4 months a year hunting is forbidden because God Gives time for the animals to reproduce and time for Man to focus on Hadj.

The FurQan

(5:101) Can you clarify this verse please?

Don’t go looking for answers from other books than The Qur’an. If the answer to your question isn’t in The Qur’an, then it isn’t important. When it is time for you to understand, then you will understand.

The FurQan

(5:103) what does this verse mean?

All these examples were superstitions in the past where people thought it was good omen to do such blasphemies, yet they made up these superstitions themselves which are blasphemes and lies.

The FurQan

What does (5:118) mean?

This is the prayer of Jesus for those who have called him god or son of God; if You Punish or Forgive, depends on your Exalting Might and Wisdom, they are Your Own creatures. Servants in this verse are creatures.

The FurQan

(6:75) Can you explain this verse?

The verse doesn’t begin with “So also … ” but with “this is why … ” It continues with ” … that he becomes one that has Certainty.” If you are certain, you can do anything with your mind! God Says in the Qur’an: “Not until you have the Knowledge of Certainty” (102:5.)

The FurQan

(6:128) Would some people not dwell in the fire forever?

Hell is the Earth as the Earth is on top of fire. The disbelievers will live on Earth. And dwell on it for ever, unless God Forgives some of them.

The FurQan

(6:141) What do you pay when the harvest is gathered?

The verse means to pay the fixed price, it is talking about an exchange when buying the produce.

The FurQan

(6:146) As the Jewish people are Forbidden the animals with undivided hoof, can they also not eat animals with divided hoofs (like pigs)?

No, just because they aren’t allowed to eat swine/pigs (6:145) that doesn’t mean they can’t eat any other animals within that category of having divided hoofs.

The FurQan

(7:46) “on the Heights will be those who would know every one by his marks … ” means:

This verse is talking about people who are in Purgatory and can see those in Heaven and Hell.

The FurQan

(7:46) “on the Heights will be those who would know every one by his marks … ” means:

This verse is talking about people who are in Purgatory and can see those in Heaven and Hell.

The FurQan

In (7:48), what does “marks” mean in “they will know from their marks”?

From their signs. The way these people act and go about.

The FurQan

In (7:57), who is “they” in “they have carried the heavy-laden clouds”?

They are the angels. Heavy clouds full of rain. God Decides where He Wants to Drop the rain. If there is dead Earth, He Blesses it.

The FurQan

In (7:85), what does “Give just measure and weight, nor withhold from the people the things that are their due” mean?

In the old times, there were no banks, so some people would go to others to hold their money. People need to be just and give the same and right amount that they held for others. Don’t lie or steal (money, other things from others). Give the right measure.

The FurQan

What does (7:95) mean?

Even though God Gave them prosperity, the people went back to their own ways and they were ungrateful and thought their success was their doing.

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In (7:108), what does a white hand mean/symbolize?

Moses had a disease on his hand, or maybe it was all the freckles of the sun … at least this is what I think it was. Today with Laser (Light), they remove the freckles and make the hand white again. When he took out his hand, it was free from the blemishes. So white means without the blemishes.

The FurQan

In (7:142), what term was completed in 40 days?

The 40 days was the time that Moses met The Lord for the 10 Commandments!

The FurQan

(7:145) How did Moses receive the Torah?

Moses got the tablets in 40 days in the mountains. We don’t know how he got them.

The FurQan

(7:155) Why did Moses take seventy of his people? Where and for what?

Moses took seventy people to take with him to the meeting place with God. This after some people betrayed Moses and started to worship a calf.

The FurQan

In (7:157), does “unlettered Prophet” mean a Prophet who is illiterate?

“Unlettered Prophet” means a Messenger who had not received The Book (of their time).

The FurQan

(7:161) What is the “word of humility”?

Translation: “when they were told, dwell in this town, and eat there in whatever you wish; if you speak in good terms and with humility, and enter the gate, respectfully, then We Forgive your faults and Increase for the righteous.”

This verse is a lesson for the emigrants who must respect the priority of the town they reside and their people.

The FurQan

What do (7:163) and (7:164) mean?

The ones who didn’t follow the rules of the Sabbath were punished by not finding fish to eat. It was a Trial/Test for them, because some people could be patient and say it is whatever God Wants, but others could get mad.

They were not supposed to work on Sabbath, but some of them still fished (that’s transgressing).

God Sends a Messenger to everyone, so they don’t say that they weren’t given a chance nor a Messenger.

The FurQan

In (8:15), why not turn your backs on the unbelievers when they are hostile?

When meeting the disbelievers in battle, do not turn your backs on them. Face them. God Is on the side of His Believers.

The FurQan

(8:39) Is this verse referring to our time as well: having to fight the unbelievers?

Fighting nowadays is not physical/forcing.it’s at the level of your own cells, Can be seen as fighting cells within or having a heated discussion and staying strong. Also, you can defend self or step away with respect.

The FurQan

In (8:41), is the “Day of The FurQan” the day that The FurQan comes out and becomes known? Is it a day?

“Day”, in The Qur’an, means: period/era/time.

And yes, it is the period and era of The FurQan

The FurQan

In (9:3), what is the “day of The Great Pilgrimage”?

Journey to Hadj.

The FurQan

(9:36) What are the months for the sacred months of pilgrimage?

These months are lunar months so they are never the same with solar months. As lunar and solar are ten days different. So to know exactly when they are we refer to lunar year. The sacred months in which you cannot hunt are known by their names: zi gha’deh, zi hadjeh, moharam, safari.

The FurQan

In (9:60), what does “those whose hearts have been (recently) reconciled (to Truth)” mean?

Give charity to the Believer that believed before and now believes again. They realize they need to focus on All’h and keep Him in remembrance.

The FurQan

(9:86) Did the Surahs come down one by one back then?

The whole Qur’an was put into Muhammad’s mind at once when he was taken high up, as in Chapter 53. But when he came down he did not remember it. So at every event to happen, angel Gabriel reminded the Prophet the verse. So in fact all the verses were sent down. It took him 23 years to write on paper through angel G. on Earth, so the whole took 23 years to come out!

The FurQan

(9:123) What is Jihad?

“Jihad” means striving generally, collectively, wholly and entirely with persistence. The word “Jihad” only comes with the word “faith” and “for the Path of God” in The Qur’an.

The FurQan

(10:50) Why would the sinners want to hasten the Punishment?

It is like a challenge for them. They are making fun and trying to defy it.

The FurQan

(10:71) What does this verse mean?

When Noah was preparing his vessel, he was going by the Direction of God, and God Told him not to worry about others mocking him. In this verse, Noah tells the others that if they don’t believe him, then they should bring him the worst plan they could. Noah is challenging them because he is certain that he has the Protection of God.

The FurQan

In (11:6), what is a “temporary deposit”?

It is a grave, which is temporary (not final). Everyones gets up during the Day of the Resurrection (only some will for the Day of Rising Up). We all return to All’h in the end.

The FurQan

In (11:7), what does “His Throne was over the waters” mean?

Heaven is over the waters (like the ocean, all the waters, etc.).

The FurQan

In (11:49), what are “some of the stories of the Unseen”?

These are all the stories in The Qur’an. There are stories that God Tells us and more that He Hasn’t Told us. But God’s System of Creation is the same for all, so the stories repeat themselves.

The FurQan

(11:69-78) In the story of Lut, who are referred to as the Messengers?

The angels came as humans to give a message.

The FurQan

(11:87) Are the Madyan people agreeing with Shu’ayb about his delivering of the Message?

No, they are mocking him.

The FurQan

(11:107) Will the heavens and the Earth endure forever?

No they will not remain forever. This verse is talking about before the Resurrection, meaning on this Earth during the Day of Religion. This is the time they bring Heaven near the Earth (for example with the gardens … there are gardens in homes now and of course Gardens in the Hereafter. It will keep getting better and better for the Believers that at one point, all the Signs will become obvious to the unbelievers.). When the Believers will have a light in front of them, the disbelievers will be in the dark (which is Hell) and they will remain on the Earth until the Earth doesn’t want to endure anymore. This verse is not talking about the Hereafter. It is about the time on Earth, before the Day of the Resurrection.

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(12:32) Why would they imprison Joseph if he was proven innocent?

Joseph wanted to go to prison so that he could stay away from the woman of the house who wanted to seduce him. He didn’t want to do anything wrong when he was around her (12:33).

The FurQan

In (12:67) and (12:68), why did Jacob want his sons to enter by different gates?

In 12:67, Jacob wants to avoid the harm of the wicked eyes. If everyone entered from one gate, the evil eye could be on them. In this world things are programmed in their order. The reason God Has Indicated the way to counterattack, the prayers especially against them.

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(13:3) What does it mean “two and two” according to fruits?

Fruits created in pairs male and female “and of fruit of every kind He Made in pairs two and two” (13:3)
Fruit is the end product of reproduction of the superior plant, the stage preceding fruit is flower which has male and female organs or stamens and ovals. Once pollen has been carried to the flower they bear fruit which in term matures and freezes it seed. All fruits therefore imply the existence of male and female organs a fact that is mentioned in this verse. In certain species fruit can come from non-fertilized flowers, parthenocarpic fruit, like bananas, certain types of pineapple, figs, oranges, vines, etc. They also have definite sexual characteristics.

The FurQan

Does (13:11) mean that we have angels in front of us too?

There are 2 angels behind us and then sometimes God Adds more angels to be with us.

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(13:17) What does the foam parable mean!!?

Whatever is real stays but what is false goes away. The foam will disappear but God’s Creation, the water, will stay. Truth stays while falsehood perishes.

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(13:21) What has All’h Commanded to be joined?

We have made a covenant with God that when He Sends a Messenger, we would join him and help him.

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In (13:39), what would All’h “Blot out”? Does “the Mother of The Book” mean the Qur’an?

God Is the Mother of The Book, He Is The Source, Nucleus, Creator of The Book.

He Blots out anything negative that could happen to The Book or to His Believers. He Can Stop negative things that could happen to His Believers, or Can Let it happen for a test.

The FurQan

In (14:48), are both the Earth and the heavens going to be changed during Ressurection Day? What are the 7 heavens? I know they are before the Plank Wall. Do they all have planets in them?

There are 7 heavens and after is the Plank Wall.

After the Plank wall are the four Gardens of Eden.

In each Garden, there are different levels.

2 Gardens for jinn. 2 Gardens for humans.

The Earth is changed into Hell. There will be no more mountains, it will be flat.

The 7 heavens are guarded.

Some of the 7 heavens have planets in them. We only know of the ones closest to the Earth, but there might be more

so since there are 7 heavens, does that mean there are 7 skies?

Yes on top of each other. And each surrounding the other, like drawing seven circles inside one another.

The FurQan

What does (15:8) mean?

The Test would be over if the angels came down clearly to the unbelievers.

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What does (15:21) mean?

Everything belongs to God, and He Is Aware of everything. We depend on Him.

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In (15:22), what does “fecundating winds” mean?

They are producing winds (fertilizing). Wind is a messenger. It causes growth as the dust, particles, and grains get moved by the wind and then become plants and fruits.

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(15:23) Who is “We” referring to?

“We” relating to life & death refers to God and the intermediary of the angels, and “We” relating to the inheritors refers to God and the believers of humankind.

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What is the difference between the 7 Gates (15:44) and the 7 heavens?

The 7 gates are to distinguish between the different levels for people to enter wherever they are supposed to be. Gates are doorways, so they could be for the Gardens or for Hell.

The FurQan

(15:61-79) Why does Lot offer his daughters for marriage?

Lot was living in a society (of homosexuals). The custom at the time was to honor mostly the guests! Angels went to Lot’s house as guests, disguised as young men. The people, seeing these handsome young men, lost control and went after them into Lot’s house. So, Lot, in order to avoid their transgressions toward his guests, he offers his daughters to them (the people of the town) instead!

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(15:76, 79) What does a “high-road” mean? What is its significance?

The translation is not a “highway”! It is a way, way to see the ruins of those towns. In other words, the ruins of their towns are on the way clear for everyone to see. The ruins of the two named towns have remained and are printed in history, so they are Signs for Believers showing the Punishment of the town.

It is located between the highway of Arabia and Syria. To the traveller in the neighborhood of the dead sea, the whole region presents a sense of dismal isolation.

The FurQan

In (16:70), what does it mean to be “sent back to a feeble age”?

It is the cycle of life. Many elderly people become weak and incapable of taking care of themselves, kind of like babies.

The FurQan

(16:126) What does it mean if ye do catch them out, catch them out …

Meaning if you punish an enemy, punish them the same way of that which you were harmed by them, not exceeding.

But it is twice added here and in v.127 that if you show patience when you have the upper hand, it is better for the patient. “For All’h Is with those who restrain themselves and do good” v.128

The FurQan

In Ch 17, what is the “Night Journey”?

Moses’s soul travelling in one night to Jerusalem then ascending up to Heaven to see God!

The FurQan

(17:1) Is the “Farthest Mosque” referred to Jerusalem or Heaven?

Jerusalem

The FurQan

(17:20) In Arabic it’s the same word repeated twice “haaulaai wa haaulaai.” Who are “these”? The different groups of people?

The Blessing of God Is for everyone, even if good doers or bad doers, meaning God Will Give anyone time with His Blessings for people to prove themselves. These and those are referred to good people and bad people

The FurQan

What does (17:36) mean?

In 17:36, it is stated that we should not follow any way that we have no knowledge of. God Has Given us eyes, hearing and mind that all will be responsible for it (for your action).

The FurQan

In (17:58), does it mean population of wrongdoers?

Yes, everywhere that has done wrong, the punishment descends on them before the Resurrection Day, and this is decreed and written.

The FurQan

What does (17:60) mean? What is the “Vision”? What is the “Cursed Tree”?

God Surrounds everything. The “Vision” is Muhammad seeing God! God Shows him part of Hell in which he saw the tree of “zaqqum.” It is a test for people to see if they will believe in the Signs of God and the Vision. The “Cursed Tree” is mentioned in (44:43) as the tree of “zaqqum” in Hell.

The FurQan

In (17:71), what is an “Imam”?

In this verse it means their teachers/Messengers/leaders.

The FurQan

In (17:79), what does the “small watches of the morning” mean? And what is the “additional prayer” referring to?

Sometimes during night time to pray to arrive to a praised state (additional prayer).

Praised state means to be appreciated, by everyone …

The FurQan

What does (17:98) mean?

Those who have strayed and rejected His Signs will get a big punishment. The unbelievers reject that after death, everyone will be Raised up (after the end of the world) and be Created in another form, even though this event is true! They have rejected the Truth.

The FurQan

(17:101) What are the nine Signs? –also mentioned in (27:12)

There are 9 Miracles shown to Pharaoh: 5 calamities (7:133), the hand (20:22, 26:33, 27:12), the snake (20:20, 26:32), the removal of the penalty (7:135) and drowning in the sea (10:90).
In (27:12) God Says: go to Pharaoh with 9 Miracles. The rest of the Signs were for the children of Israel.
The rest includes Elevating the mountain on their head (7:171)(2:63)(2:93)(4:154); road into the ocean (26:63); rendering them into pig and monkey (2:65)(2:166); sending food Manna and quails for them (7:160)(20:80), finding wells of water (2:60)(7:160) … were for children of Israel!

The FurQan

When something great happens, we say AlhamdolAll’h, for example. How come we don’t reference Al-R’hm’n, The Bi-Merciful quality of The Lord?

In 17:110 He Tells you to call Him whichever you want, Rab, All’h, AlRahman it is the same!

The FurQan

What does (18:9) mean?

Introducing the people of the Cave. They are wonders because they slept in this cave for 309 years because God Told them to go in the Cave in order to protect themselves from the unbelievers of the town at that time. When they woke up, their bones were still strong/the same, and their food was still there. They are a Sign for the Believers so they know that the Promise of All’h Is True. There can be no doubt about the hour of Judgement.

The FurQan

(18:9) What is the Inscription?

V. 9= Al) Raghim, is the plaque on which the name of the seven youngsters of the cave and the date they entered the cave and the date they woke up from sleeping! And also the name of the cave they were in.

The FurQan

In (18:19), why would it be bad if anyone in the town knew about the youths in the Cave?

They wouldn’t believe that they were sleeping for 309 years and would stone them.

The FurQan

In (18:21), is it supposed to be the “Hour of Resurrection” (instead of Judgement)? And why would some people want to build a building over the youths?

(18: 21): This is about the seven young people of the Cave; in their memory, the unbelievers of their story asked to build a barrier around their cave, saying God Knows whether their story is the truth; but the believers who were certain of the truth about them said we build a mosque over their cave for them.

The FurQan

(18:60) What was Moses’ doing/his goal when saying he would not give up until … What was he planning to do?

Until he found the place where he would meet his teacher. Messengers get Inspirations, Messages from God and Moses knew this was the place where he would meet Man endowed with Knowledge from God, who would teach him.

The FurQan

(18:61) Is there a reason they forgot their fish?

Where they lost their fish, was at the junction of the two seas, where Moses was supposed to meet his teacher; thus losing their fish was a sign directing them to their meeting place.

The FurQan

(18:87) How could ZQ –the computer-) punish the wrongdoers? (or benefit the righteous)

For example, when you park your car, you pay for your parking ticket and it says it’s for 2 hours, after 2 hours you get a penalty for not respecting the time frame, so you must pay for the excess of what you have done.

The FurQan

In (18:91), why did he leave them as they were?

And 91, God Had the Control of Zil Q.’s knowledge/computer and knowledge and abilities.

but why were the people who had no covering protection against the sun, left as they were?

This concerns the hole in the ozone layer that protects the whole people from the sun. Or else we were burnt right away! And in the future Man will find out and mend it through the computer!

The FurQan

(18:97) Did ZQ and the people end up successful and what does it mean in correlation to verse

98?

God Has made our planet parallel to jinn’s planet, one on top of the other. It is like a seashell, one side « matter » and the other « antimatter », which the scientist Sakharov (Russian), has described as if you put half an apple on a mirror.

Ok, the jinn, at the era of the end of the world (since Prophet Muhammad, we have entered this era), the jinn will succeed to break the wall separating us and the jinn. They penetrate our planet, as they lack water, their sustenance, and they will take ours, besides other injustices.

So through the computer, the broken wall will be mended as in verses 96 & 97 and in 98, as God Has Decreed, this is a Blessing of All’h to people of the Earth, to get rid of jinn. And when His Word (Decree) Comes, He Destroy it.

The FurQan

In (19:62) it mentions “morning” and “evening” when referring to the Gardens of Eternity in the Hereafter. Does that mean there are days in the Hereafter? Or is this, again, symbolic?

This might be symbolic. Apparently there is a specific time for eating up there, and to make us understand maybe morning and night is used.

But honestly I am not sure of my answer … .! But then, this shows there is an order for things up there!

The FurQan

(20:9) Qur’an + FurQan (9 letters) + 9 planets. How does this relate to the verse?

Verse number 9 is about “the Revelation to Moses and his brother.” This verse correlates with the number of letters of Qur’an-FurQan in Arabic being 9, as well as the number of Planets.

The reason for the story of Moses being Reminded in this Chapter (and more than any other Prophet in The Qur’an) is because of the similarity concerning the two Books. Previous to The Qur’an, Moses’ Book is the only one that was combined with the “FurQan/Discernment” (21:48).

The FurQan

In (20:59), what is the Day of the Festival?

(20:59) Day of Adornment, used to be a festivity of that time.

The FurQan

(20:104) Who would the leader most eminent in Conduct be referred to as?

The ones who are nearer to reality, who have the knowledge, who know best, the ones who say you have tarried/remained but one day, when the others say you remained for ten (days).

The FurQan

(20:128) Is this verse talking about ghosts?

No, it’s warning you as: Isn’t it clear how many generations have been destroyed before them as they walk among their dwellings, don’t you take heed and understand? They are signs for those of intelligence.

The FurQan

“Can u further explain (21:17) to me? What does “from the things nearest to Us” mean?

In short, it means that this is not a game! If it were, He Would Have Done it by Himself, near Himself without involving anyone. In fact when u want to play a game on the internet, you do it by yourself and through an engine or a means near yourself, no?

The FurQan

(21:56) How is Abraham a witness to God’s Creation of the heavens and the Earth?

Abraham witnessed the Creation of God in 6:75.

(6:75) “So this is why Did We Show Abraham the power and the laws of the heavens and the Earth, that he becomes one that has Certainty.”

The FurQan

In (21:103), does “The Great Terror” mean “The Day of the Resurrection”?

Yes definitely!

The FurQan

What does (22:15) mean?

It is not mentioning a literal rope, but symbolically, people need to cut themselves off from the intermediaries that they use/pray (ex. hadith and sonna, idols, the Prophet, etc.)

They need to pray and worship Only All’h and then All’h, of course, Will Help His Believers. No longer will the things that annoyed them annoy them because God Is With them.

The meaning of this verse is: If anyone thinks that All’h Will not Help him in this world and the Hereafter, let him cut off all ties with messengers/idols and install a direct rope connected to God Alone and let him see whether he will be happy with what he chose.

The FurQan

In (23:6), why is it ok to have sex with “those whom their right hands possess”?

These are women that either their husbands or keepers in the family had died in fighting the believers, or women who ran away from their family wanting to join the believers. Women at the time could not earn their living, and if they had children, God Had Permitted men believers to take them as their spouses. So in short you should have sex with your husband or husband to be. This to prevent sex with different people because it is a great danger, diseases, aids, etc.

The FurQan

(23:17) Which seven tracts are being referred to? (seven heavens or seven levels before the heavens?)

This verse, the seven skies or heavens, is Called by The Lord, Seven Roads/ways. Because Man has to accomplish the seven Ways to reach the highest degree of the Creatures, that are: pure faith without associating; accepting The Qur’an and all The Qur’an, as The Religion of God; righteousness; Salat; Zakat/charity; fasting; Hadj pilgrimage!

And as you read right after, God Is Never Unaware of the People, as to what they think and what they do!

The FurQan

(24:2) What does “flog each of them with a hundred stripes mean”? And why 100?

Flogging in public used to be the way of punishment; and 100, I suppose, presented the maximum number. This meant they deserve not only corporal punishment but public humiliation. Why so Strict? Because this was the base of all diseases … everything (or nearly) has started by mixed sexual relationships … today it is too late. But before if they had followed God’s Command they could have stopped today’s massive pollution in people’s society.

The FurQan

(24:45) Is every animal Created from water?

In 24:45, the word is moving creature/living creature, us included of course. God Has Created every living thing from water.

The FurQan

(24:62) Why do the Believers need to ask for the leave of the Messenger? Also why would the Messenger need to ask Forgiveness for them consequently?

They need to ask for the leave out of respect.

Because the prayer of a Messenger is responded more quickly. The Messenger thinks of God the most and follows His Commandments the most, and God Has Chosen him for the Mission, so his prayers are more effective than others.

And as for “asking forgiveness”, Astarfar means taking the pollution away. By just breathing, you pollute, so we need to say AstarfarAll’h as much as we can to clean the pollution surrounding us and within us, especially since the levels of pollution are so high nowadays.

The FurQan

(25:6) What is the Mystery? Has it already been Revealed (math. coding?) and do we know or is it yet to be Unveiled?

The Mystery of everything in The Qur’an. Everything will be unveiled through Science by the Leave of All’h, as the Mathematical Code was Revealed in 1974 and as other Mysteries will be Revealed, (81:24)”And neither it is withholding any knowledge of the Unseen” meaning through The FurQan everything unknown will be Revealed, all the unanswered questions will be answered. Also this verse is in Chapt 25 “Al FurQan”/Discernment who will bring a better understanding of the verses of The Qur’an

The FurQan

(25:40) Which town was it that rained a shower of evil?

It could be of Ad & Thamud of the verse 25:38 …
But then it can be anywhere in this world and anytime … bad kind of rain, unhealthy for people

The FurQan

(25:53) Where are the two seas that do not mix?

Gulf of Alaska. One sea is sweet and the other sea is salty. There is something in between them that makes the 2 waters not mix!

The FurQan

(26:84) What does “honorable mention” mean in this verse?

It means “a good name.”

The FurQan

Can you translate (26:193) please as there are different translations?

(192) “And in fact it is a Sending down of Lord of the universal people;”
(193) “of which He Sent the Trustworthy Spirit,”
(194) “into your heart to become a Warner;”
(195) “in clear Arabic language.”
the Trustworthy Spirit is The Qur’an. Because God for Creating anything, Uses some of His Spirit. The Spirit of God Is like the capital of anything. Trustworthy Spirit, is The Qur’an, that through mathematical coding has become Trustworthy and no one can defeat or harm it.

The FurQan

What does (27:10) mean?

God Tells Moses to throw his rod and when Moses did so, he saw his rod turn into a snake. Moses became fearful, so God Said not to fear as Messengers have no fear.

The FurQan

(27:41-42) What was the purpose of transforming her throne?

The purpose was to see whether or not she had the Knowledge/Truth and whether she had more meaning to her, but she was too caught up in the materialistic life. Because her vision deceived her and she couldn’t recognize her own throne, she realized that she was in the wrong and needed to submit to All’h.

The FurQan

(27:42) What does it mean “we were given the knowledge before her and we had surrendered”?

They had foretold the Queen of Sheba that something like this was going to happen, she had heard that Solomon had jinn at his service, so when she recognized her throne she surrendered.

The FurQan

(27:87) who are “those who are in the heavens”?

Everything in the world is alive and has a personality. So at the end, the stars, suns, skies, Earth, etc. will all be present at the Resurrection Day!

The FurQan

(28:23) What does this verse mean that the women couldn’t water their flocks because of the shepherds?

Because the shepherds were men, stronger and abused their power to make the women wait.

The FurQan

In (28:31), why does Moses retreat?

Because when God Told him to throw his rod and then it turned into a snake, Moses didn’t expect to see the snake, so he stepped back/retreated.

The FurQan

(28:32) As you have said drawing the hand over the heart helps with fear, it says in this verse to draw your hand by your side as well to help against fear?

Yes, put your hand by your side, such as your pocket, and it will also help against fear.

The FurQan

In (28:58), what does “We Are their Heir” mean?

Everything comes back to All’h and His Dominion in the end.

The FurQan

(30:14, 30:43, 30:57) What are the days mentioned in these verses?

(30:14) is about the day of the « hour »; this is the hour of annihilation of the World. (30:43) This Day is after life, Day of Resurrection that no one can return from. In fact God Says: stand up facing the stable/strong without weakness, Religion before the Day that you cannot go back (to take the right Way/Religion.) It could be any day that one cannot change their attitude, Faith, deeds etc. (maybe at the death). (30:57) is about the day that one is standing for judgment after death.

The FurQan

(32:29) Day of Inauguration is not right now because we are the dawn/beginning of the 2nd Inauguration of The Qur’an, is this referring to much later?

Yes it is! But not officially … We are living the beginning of the Day, the dawn, and day is when everything is clear out, when everything is lighted. I suppose it is when the “Festivity” of such Inauguration will start … for instance when the angels arrive to open the gates of garden for believers, Shab Ghadre/Night of Power, and the recompenses for believers (which is another significance of Shab Ghadre/Night of Power) … etc …

The FurQan

(33:6) What does it mean “Blood relations among each other have closer personal ties, in the Decree of All’h, than (the Brotherhood of) Believers and Muhajirs … ”?

The Prophet is above the believers (more respectful/more important). And his wives have the position in relationship of their mothers; and (for inheriting) relatives of blood are more entitled than other believers and the Muhajirs/emigrants, unless some people are very close in friendship with them. (This is all about the time of Prophet and the people who emigrated with him because they wanted to become Muslim. So the decree about respecting the Prophet and his wives, and about what they leave behind as properties in the Law of God for these special people accompanying the Prophet.)

The FurQan

(33:56) (Question from Correspondence: My Letter to Dr. A F) What is the “Takbeer” and “Salutation”?

As for the word « Takbeer » it is the verb of All’h o Akbar. In other words, when you say All’h o Akbar, you are doing Takbeer. Salutation, that means greetings, at the end of Salat, when you turn your head to the right and left you salut either people in congregational prayer, standing to your left and right; and when alone you salute the angels on each side, connecting you to God Almighty!

The FurQan

(33:73) What is the meaning of the repetition of “men and women”?

This is for hypocrites Man & woman, those who associate of Man and Woman, and those who repent of Man and Woman. This is precision as to Leave no doubt as to equality of Man and Woman for the three matters concerned!

The FurQan

In (34:12), what is the significance of the Wind’s journey and the molten brass?

For Solomon, God Tamed the wind. One month in the morning and one month in the afternoon was its journey. God Brought out for David a well of molten brass/copper to make armor of mail to cover them during the war, and Solomon had the wind at his command. God Made some jinn be at Solomon’s service, with His Permission. And whoever deviated from his command was Punished by God severely.

The wind could possibly be for blowing the clouds to barren lands … I am not sure why the wind’s journey is in the morning and afternoon, but if something is in The Qur’an, it is for us to know. God Never Brings a Word above the knowledge of people! His Word is discerned by Science.

The explanation for wind, air in motion, and all the benefits of the wind and its direction for a month from east, to west.. etc. includes the three suppositions of U.Ali, Edip Yuksel … ; plus other beneficial things deriving from wind blowing. So the Miracle of the verse is in the time given in the verse.

The FurQan

In (34:13), who were the “sons of David”?

The children of David are the descendants of David and Solomon that God Told to work with all the things He Had Bestowed on their fathers (David, Solomon) and to be grateful. Some jinn also were at Solomon’s command and they built things for him that men were incapable to do, so the descendants of David should be grateful to God.

The FurQan

(34:19) What was their complaint?

The explanation of this is in Yusuf Ali, which is a historical explanation. The covetous people of Saba were all the time asking God, never satisfied! They wanted longer distances to get more money from the visitors.

The FurQan

(34:44) It says in this verse that (the unbelievers) were not Given Books to study or haven’t been Sent Messengers as Warners, but doesn’t God Send a Messenger to everyone?

This verse says that no Messenger was sent “before you” as Warners, meaning there was a Messenger but none before him. Also, in the previous verse it talks about the Signs being rehearsed to them, but they denied those signs anyway.

The FurQan

(34:49) What does it mean “Falsehood neither creates anything new, nor restores anything”?

Falsehood will not start anything nor repeat anything, it has no power. When The Religion of All’h, and all the reality comes then falsehood will perish.

The FurQan

(35:9) What day is this referred to? It says Resurrection but it doesn’t pronounce like the Arabic word for Resurrection?

It is “Nushur”, which means to gather for the Resurrection. The meaning of the verse is for the Resurrection. It’s going to be the same as once the Earth dies. All’h Sends forth the winds, raising the clouds driven into the dead land and, with the rain, revives the Earth after its death. That is Nushur.

The FurQan

(35:27) What is the white and red referring to?

These are the different colors of stones that we cut from the mountains for houses, pillars (of marbles), etc …

The FurQan

(36:14-17) In these verses, which are the first 2 Messengers followed by which as the third? Is Science and The Book the first two Messengers and Time the third, or Science and Time followed by The Book??

The three Missionaries of our time: First is the Time that brings the Science (the second one) and then both will lead people toward the third one, that is The Book.

The FurQan

(36:26) It says that Man who was a Believer in God and Messenger was told to enter the Garden (after death) but isn’t it that the Garden isn’t open yet and will be at the Day of Resurrection?

It is not mentioned that the Garden is closed. And in some verses that concern the martyrs, they are there already. Concerning the verse above, it can be both ways, that is either now or after Resurrection.

The FurQan

In (36:39), what is an old date-stalk?

It is the shape of the moon when it is at its beginning and last phases. It becomes a thin bow or semi circular branch like the branch of date.

The FurQan

What does (36:68) mean?

You see, nowadays they are talking about prolonging life through Science, which relates to the meaning of « some of you that might live the end » … But the verse you mention means that those who live a long life and are old, We Reverse his creation. Meaning he or she will become childish again. It is the cycle/circle of life. One starts as a baby, then grows older to be an adult, then older to be elderly and like a baby again.

The FurQan

What does Sad mean (Ch 38 title)?

Sad is one of the letters of the Arabic alphabet, of which is built the essence of mathematical coding of The Qur’an.

The FurQan

(38:12) Is Pharaoh the “lord of Stakes” and why does it mention that name, and call him a lord?

That is not the right translation. “Pharaoh with all his power” is the right translation!

The FurQan

(38:24) Who are the Disputants and why did David end up asking Forgiveness of his Lord?

David was a Messenger known as The One who was repenting all the time! (Read a few verses before). Repenting, although it means asking forgiveness, it also means turning toward God. If u go to verse 19, the same word is used for the birds repenting to David. The disputants were the owners of (female) sheep who went to David asking him to judge between them. After judging, David suspected his judgment to be right, but he repented to God asking forgiveness in case he made the wrong judgment.

The FurQan

(38:34) What does this verse mean?

This was the trial of Solomon because he was Given extreme power (through the service of jinn) and everything, but still everyone has to go through with the trial of God on Earth. Go to some verses before, you will get it. Solomon loved horses. I think it was the head of one of his horses on his throne!

He realized he was too much attached to his horses, I suppose. Because in one of the verses, he neglects his prayer time because of them.

The FurQan

(38:44) Why is grass used?

I think he had made an oath toward probably his family (wife/or other) to strike them. So God Tells him to take a bunch of branches of grass/any other thin plants and hit, so he does not break his oath.

The FurQan

(38:52) Does that mean age is a concept in the Hereafter? How will we know the age of others?

As I said, everything said about high above, is symbolic. Over there there is no time running. And people are of the best spot of youth. If such a thing is Mentioned in The Qur’an; down here people, out of convenience, poverty and need, out of lust, etc. get married with years of age difference, old men with young girls, old women with young boys … . over there there is no such thing!!

The FurQan

(38:75) This verse is confirming that the angels were not involved nor present for the Creation of “man”, therefore why in some verses of the Qur’an does it say whom “We” have Created you? Does that mean God Created Man with His Own Hand and the angels helped?

Angels are servants of God, performing the affairs of this world. Nothing in this world is done without the intercession of the angels and the reason for the “We” in The Book. The only thing that God Is Using “I”, is the stage between the time of Man (insan) becoming human (Bashar).

In 38:71 (but in translations they have not respected such difference) here the word is Bashar/human. And in 38:75, there is no mention of Man or human! But “ … .to one whom I Created with my hands”

The FurQan

Can you explain (39:42)?

God Has Explained in another verse, that sleeping is like dying because when sleeping, the soul comes out of the body and goes up to God. Now, in this verse, God Explains that He Takes the souls of those who actually die, and those who do not die, God Takes their souls during their sleep and then Sends them back. And in any case, there are matters of reflection for people to meditate on every time they sleep … especially for those who do wrong and think they “never” die!

The FurQan

(41:31) If the angels are our “helpers” in this life and in the Hereafter, how would they help us in the Hereafter if they are in a different Garden?

They are not all in different Gardens. Angels in the Hereafter life will serve people in their abodes.

The FurQan

(43:4) What does the Mother of The Book mean?

Mother of The Book are those Commandments that do not change with the time and stay the same for every generation. Such as: God Is One, Salat, Zakat, righteousness, etc. (3:7)

The FurQan

(43:31) Which are the two chief cities? Mecca and..?

Mecca and Ta’if

The FurQan

(43:36) Doesn’t every single person gets a jinn at birth no matter what?

The jinn Satan appoints for everyone at birth! The one All’h Appoints is this one mentioned in (43:36).

The FurQan

In (43:59), why does it mention the “Children of Israel” while talking about Jesus being an example to them?

And Jesus was an example for children of Israel, because he was a Jew like them, but then they did not follow him.

And a very interesting point is the verse 61. Look up 43:61. In this verse it says that (Jesus) is the sign of the « hour » of the end of the World. 2280 years after the birth of Jesus, equivalent to 1710 lunar/after Muhammad. The difference between the two, is 570 years that was the time between the rise of the two Prophets. Also if you divide 2280 by 570 equals four and you divide 1710 by 570 equals 3, then four & 3 for Sura 43! Additionally, Prophet Muhammad was born in 570 AD.

–What made Jesus considered a Jew? didn’t he not categorize himself but just followed God’s Commandments?

Because he came from a family who were following Moses. Those followers of Moses were called Jews.

The FurQan

(43:86) what does it mean “only he who bears witness to the Truth, and they know (him).”?

Those who call on others besides God will not own the intercession, they will not have any intercession for them and those who are invoked have no power of intercession. Only those who testify to the truth witness to a reality. For example, if someone saw a person do something wrong they will come and testify against that person.

The FurQan

In (45:27), what Day is being mentioned?

The Hour of Religion (on Qur’an.com the translation sound is “yaouma y deen” … Yaouma means Day, Deen means Religion.)

The FurQan

(47:36) How will some be able to keep their possessions?

If you believe and do righteous deeds, you will be paid your reward and you will be able to keep your possessions.

The FurQan

In (48:27), why with “hair cut short”?

The “hair cut short” was the custom and requirement for the time of Muhammad & for the entering of the Sacred Mosque.

The FurQan

(51:3) what is the correct translation?

The three first verses of 51: the title is about the producers of energy and spreading things: in fact like helicopters, planes that by their wind they scatter things in the air. (2) That they can carry heavy loads; (3) they can move smoothly and with ease.

(6): is The Religion of God that will establish.

(51:6) refers to the Day of Religion: “And indeed, The Religion is to occur”

The FurQan

(53:7) is it the “Higher horizon” or “Horizon of Manifest”? (53:8) I thought that God Does Not Descend (on Earth because He Is So Powerful)? Did Prophet Muhammad go up to Heaven to write The Qur’an? (53:9) What does this verse mean?

For the ascension of Muhammad, they took him to the highest Heaven in the Garden of Éden. God Being in higher horizon, than the Garden, to make the Revelation of The Qur’an into Muhammad’s mind and subconscious, He descended as much as there were an arc (arc in sky, that comes after raining, usually) distance between God and Muhammad, and Revealed What was to be Revealed of The Qur’an. (He did not Descend to the Earth … .)

The reason why many translations use a lowercase “he” is because they think it is Angel Gabriel being mentioned. We know it is not Angel Gabriel mentioned because of verse 10 when The Qur’an says “His Servant”. Only God Has Servants.

The FurQan

(53:13) Is it “And now he saw Him at a second descent;” or “And he saw It at latter Descent,”? “Him” or “It”?

It comes to the same as there were two Descents. The first for Revealing The Qur’an, then the latter for Showing Himself on the tree to Muhammad.

What does “Him” and “It” mean? The Qur’an?

He saw the It, the Light of God on the tree.

The FurQan

(53:14) What is the symbolism of the Lote-tree? Is it ‘TK’ (the Tree of Knowledge)?

It is the Tree of Knowledge. The Lote Tree is the Cedar Tree. It is in the Highest Heaven, where Prophet Muhammad saw God. God Appeared on that Tree to Muhammad, and the symbolism for this Tree is the TK, Tree of Knowledge. Through Knowledge we see the Highest Sign of God, All’h & the four Forces recognized by Science.

The FurQan

(53:19-20) who are al-Lat and al-’Uzza? And Manat?

some of the female idols arabs people used to worship before Muhammad:

Lât (goddess of the sun represented by a huge grey granite stone);

‘Uzzâ (goddess related to Venus/Aphrodite, represented by a 6 meter long granite block),

Manât (symbol of destiny & death)

The FurQan

(54:4) Which are the Recitals?

The Recitals are the warnings, and all the warnings have reached them already. This is the Wisdom of All’h, the Wisdom of Nature. They will be hopeless.

The Discipline of Nature Is the Wisdom of All’h, as Nature Is All’h.

The FurQan

(54:5) “Mature wisdom”?

This is the Wisdom of God.

The FurQan

(55:17) What are the two Easts and two Wests referred to?

The 2 East and 2 West refers to our world and the jinn world. Refer to Chapter 16 of The FurQan.

The FurQan

(55:33) what zones?

The zone of Planck wall, zone of Heaven, the 7th Heaven, pass beyond the Planck wall & all others. It is by the Will of God that people have passed the 7 layers of Heaven by knowledge. If God Didn’t Want they would not have.

The FurQan

(55:72&74) It mentions companions whom no Man or jinn before has touched. Does this mean that jinn can touch human beings?

The verse to answer this question is 17:64 so yes, Satan has gotten children as of jinn and Man.

The FurQan

(56:29) What tree is being mentioned/referred to? The Talh tree or banana trees?

It is the banana tree that has a lot of leaves and shade. All these are symbolic for showing wonderful relaxing and joyful things for the right doers.

The FurQan

(56:75-76) What makes the setting of the Stars as witnesses a “mighty adjuration”?

God Is Swearing on the Stars, Stars symbolically are the Words of The Qur’an, that’s why the comparison and that’s why they are witnesses. It is a Mighty Oath because of the resemblance of the Stars & the Words of The Qur’an.

The FurQan

(57:20) Is this Similitude to say that the desires of life on Earth are only temporary?

God Says it’s only a kid play, the life of this world, it’s a distraction & temporary illusion, an adornment.

The FurQan

In (57:28), when it says “believe in His Messenger” which of All’h’s Messengers is being referred to?

His Messenger is always The Qur’an (The Book). A Messenger can be The Book, Science, human nature, etc. Though, The Book is always His Messenger.

The FurQan

(62:9) Which day is “Friday (the Day of Assembly)”?

Actually, the Day of Assembly/the Gathering doesn’t have to be on a specific day. The Day of Gathering is a Commandment of God for people to fix a day of “gathering” between themselves for the Salat and to Remember The Lord. This day of gathering could be on any day. Praying together is powerful!

The FurQan

(66:12) Who is “We”?

It’s God & angel Gabriel

The FurQan

(67:5) why are the Lamps in Heaven needed to drive away the evil ones?

God Has Furnished the sky of the world, The One we see with the stars, but in fact these stars can be missiles to drive away the jinn who want to pass.

The FurQan

(68:42) what is the “Shin”?

“Shin” means the curtain will go away on the sins, everyone will be asked to prostrate but the unbelievers won’t be able to.

The FurQan

Chapter 69 is the only Chapter that mentions the Thamud before the Ad twice (verses 4, 5 and 6), why?

If Thamud comes exceptionally before Ad in Surah 69, it is because of the Reality (as the name of the Surah) of the Sent forth of God, having been slain by people. Thamud was the Camel of God, and in S69, the Messenger of God (v. 44-46).

The relation between this Surah and the Thamud’s case is that, in both, the “Envoyé/Sent forth” of God was slain by people!

The FurQan

(70:4) Does the Day of Resurrection take 50,000 years?

This is for the Day of Resurrection, all the people whose spirit can go up with the angels, they go up to God in a day that takes 50,000 years of our time, these are the people who can go up because their spirit have got enough nourishment/energy to go up with angels as they have followed the Commandments of God on Earth.

The FurQan

(70:9) How do mountains become like wool?

They say it might be the Black Hole, and this description can only happen if the Mountains get sucked in or aspirated by this Black Hole.

The FurQan

Why the repetition in (74:18-20)?

This is the highest degree of God’s unpleasant swearing at someone, let us say. Repetition here shows the seriousness of the unjust evaluation of The Qur’an by some people. In fact it goes like this: «Thus, be you killed/slain for yr evaluation; again be you killed/slain how you evaluated … »

In fact this case happened; as some experts published their «evaluation» on The Qur’an, some years ago, saying it was not a Divine Book and was done by humans! I wrote them a letter, which you can find in my Correspondence on the Site, using the verses of this Chapter …

The FurQan

(74:31) How is the number a trial for the unbelievers?

The # 19 is a trial for the unbelievers and it is for the people who believe to add to their belief/faith & for people who have been given The Book to believe and those who already believe to take away all sorts of doubts from others (Christians, Jews). Also important to make clear the disease of suspicion they have, these people will say: “What Does God Mean by this number, so what?” So All’h Leaves to stray whoever He Wants and Guides to the Right Way whom He Wants. Nobody knows the number of His Army and 19 is a Warning for people.

The FurQan

(74:38) What does it mean “in pledge for its deeds”?

As God Is Just with everyone and Takes into account all things, every soul will be Taken into account as to which deeds their hands put forth. Everyone will be given a Just Punishment according to their actions/deeds. The Believers and Righteous will have a pleasing and enjoyable Reward and will be in Gardens.

The FurQan

(74:40-41) These verses mention that in the Hereafter, the Companions of the Right Hand will be able to converse with the sinners, right? How? I know the Believers can look below them and see those down below, but how could they communicate with them?

People in the Garden can visit those in purgatory, but those in purgatory cannot visit those in the Garden. And I am sure there is a way of communication similar to FaceTime!

The FurQan

(75:2) does the “self-reproaching spirit” refer to the soul?

Yes!

The FurQan

(75:17) how could it be Collected? And what is “it”?

Collect means to place each chapter of The Qur’an at the right place. The Qur’an was Revealed in Muhammad’s mind all at once in High Heaven. But when he came back down, it took him 23 years, and little by little the partitions would be Revealed to him with the help of angel Gabriel, making sure of its revelation and the placement of the partition or chapter. For example Chapter 96, the first Revelation, was to be put 19th place from the last Chapter of The Qur’an (114). God Has Collected/Placed the Suras/Chapters at the right place with the help of angel Gabriel.

The FurQan

(75:26) what does this verse mean?

This verse is explaining Death, how after one dies, their soul will reach to the collar-bone meaning rise and elevate out of the body.

The FurQan

(76:2-3) who is “We” (in the process of Creation)?

“We” is God and Assisting angels!

In (21:90), “Us” means All’h and His Words. We call on God, and we call on The Qur’an (God’s Revelation). So I think it is correct to think Us is God and His Word, which is away from Him, being on Earth.

But for the announcement to angels (2:34), I don’t think God Separates His Word from Himself. So I think of the intermediary of angels.

The FurQan

(76:5) What is kafur?

It is Camphor, it is cool and refreshing and is given as a soothing tonic in Eastern medicine.

The FurQan

(77:13) What Day is being referred to?

Day of separation good from bad; referring to good believing people from bad denying people!

The FurQan

(77:23) who is “We” referring to (“We Are the Best to determine”)?

God by the assistance of angels Has Put Everything on a special number and account. Everything is by a specific number!

The FurQan

(77:32-33) What does this parable/reference mean?

This is the Day of Resurrection, when they get up and the angels are telling them to go through the things they deserve, the terrible things, fire sparks and the color of the fire is compared to the yellowish color of the camel.

The FurQan

Why mention Ch 78 with “The Great Event of 1974”?

“The Great Event” (Ch 78), was the event of (74)! Meaning the event of the discovery of 19/mathematical Coding, which is in S.74.

The FurQan

(80:13-16) What do these verses refer to?

These verses are about The Qur’an! (Which has been preserved by those who wrote it (before the invention of printing machines))

The FurQan

(85:4) Who are the makers of the pit? In other translations it connects this verse to a making of a trench?

85:4= « Okhdood » the word they have translated, « pit » or trench, was the name of a very cruel and tyrant king of Jews, who burnt the good Christians who worshipped God alone.

So this name became symbolic for those in history, who happen to burn people because of their faith to The God Creator. So « people of okhdood », is for those who either burn physically or morally those who worship God Alone, at any time.

The FurQan

(86:1) Does the title the Night-Visitant also refer to The FurQan?

Yes. The Night Visitant is a Star, and The FurQan is the Star that illuminates the world! Meaning it leads people to the Right Way, The Religion of All’h, by explaining and discerning the Verses of The Qur’an.

The FurQan

(86:4) What does this verse mean? Does the Night Visitant watch over every soul?

Ch 86 is about the star called: Taregh. I don’t know the name in English, but you can certainly find it because it is the star that was shining for the birth of Jesus, and very commonly known. The verse four (in the preceding verses God Swears by the piercing star) states that everyone has a protector over them; an angel is missioned to protect every soul.

The FurQan

(86:13) It says “The Word that distinguishes”

It is “The Word that separates”, as The FurQan is “separating” from the Qur’an, meaning coming out of the Qur’an. The FurQan is the Star that illuminates the world, by explaining the Verses of the Qur’an. It guides you and leads you to The Religion of All’h.

The FurQan

(88:17) Why do u think All’h Mentions the camel in Chp 88? Is it because that animal’s characteristics are a marvel in themselves? It can withstand extremely difficult conditions, and its hump allows a camel to survive an extremely long time up to two weeks without food if need be.

Because camel is the most precious and profitable animal for deserted places. And nevertheless, it shows the degree of their stubbornness against God’s Messenger and Sign, to kill such precious animal.

The FurQan

(89:2) what are the “Nights twice five”?

This is the last ten nights of Ramadan when some people confine themselves in mosques to be isolated for praying.

The FurQan

(89:3) What does this verse mean?

It references the numbers of The Qur’an and the Qur’an Mathematical Coding/Miracle/Proof found by Rashad Khalifa. He combined all the even and odd verses of The Qur’an into one very long number encompassing the number of every verse in The Qur’an. The number representing the whole Qur’an is a multiple of 19 & consists of 12692 digits, which is also a multiple of 19.

(89:3) and (98:3) confirm each other because it is the Mathematical code of The Qur’an that is the basis of Strength of the Word of The Qur’an.

The FurQan

(91:13) Why do you think God Chooses to Talk about the she camel in Ch 91? Is it because she was referred as the She camel of All’h and was a test to the Thamud people and it is an animal living under the Sun in the toughest condition? But why mention it in this Chapter?

OK, 91-19=1

The Sun, or the light of intellect is necessary for understanding this ch.

Thus, 19, is the Miracle of God, and the 15 verses of this chapter is the sign of now, the 15th C. So the Mention of the Camel of Thamud is a Sign of Miracle of God.

And the common denominator between 19 & the Camel, is that they both are durable Miracles. That is, they lasted between the people, while all other Miracles have been instantaneous.

The FurQan

What is the correct translation of (92:13)?

And in fact it belongs to us the the last and the first (concerning life).

In fact it is the Hereafter and the first. And if the Hereafter comes before first, it is because for us, the Hereafter is going to be the first, as we have lived and are finishing the first life.

The FurQan

(93:11) Is the “Bounty” in this verse referring to the Qur’an?

Yes, the Qur’an and rehearse it for yourself and tell it to people to do the same.

The FurQan

(96:3) Generous or Bountiful?

Generous

The FurQan

(Ch 99) Is this Sura talking about the End and the Resurrection? How can you tell whether a Sura is talking about the Day of Religion or the Day of Resurrection?

Chp 99 talks about the Last of the world.

Day of Religion = Yawmad-Diin or Yawmad Deen

Day of Resurrection = Yawmad Griamat

The FurQan

(100:) What are “The Chargers”?

The Horse galloping, the machines, cars …

The FurQan

(101:9) What does “the abyss is a mother to him” mean? Does that mean his stay in Hell is only for a time as the child draws nourishment from his mother only for a time? This is the explanation Moulana Ali gives.

I do not know whether M.A’s discern is one of the possibilities. But for me the word mother, represents love, care, and especially, closeness! For me it means that fire will take care of him as a mother …

The FurQan

(103:1) Should Ch103 be titled “The Afternoon”? And should verse 1 be “By the afternoon,”?

The word “ASR” also means period/era. This era of ours, people will know they did wrong, and only those who believe, work righteousness, and enjoin each other the Truth and constancy in patience are the winners.

The FurQan

(104:) What is “The Scandalmonger”?

These are the people who talk badly about others, the slanderers.

The FurQan

(106:) What is the Quraysh?

The Quraysh is a tribe that was responsible for the guardianship of the Ka’aba, and God Protected them from the threats to Mecca (prev. chapter). They were thus able to keep trading.