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The Miracle of “Jesus” in Holy Quran

We’ll see an amazing system for the repetition of ‘Jesus the son of Merriam’. It is clear numeric miracle confirms the divine source of Holy Quran….

If you want to know who is Jesus (peace be upon him), then read the Koran! You know why, because Koran is the sole holy book that contains all certain realities. Likewise, we notice that Allah has put in the name of prophet Jesus (peace be upon him) a great numeric miracle, which unveils the numeric language of Koran, for we must be sure that Koran is Right. This miracle is based on number seven and its multiples; the latter is another proof that Koran has been revealed by the Lord of the seven heavens, Hallowed be Him.

In this research, we use the method of ‘arranging the numbers’, which is in fact a mathematic method called ‘the decimal series’, i.e. each limit is multiplied ten times than the preceding limit; or in other words, in this research we read the numbers like they are and do not gather them.

An amazing system for the repetition of ‘Jesus the son of Merriam’:

When we look for the word ‘Issah’ (Jesus) in the Koran, we find that it was repeated all in all 25 times, and the word ‘son’ was mentioned 35 times, and finally the word ‘Merriam’ was mentioned 34 times. We write these numbers arranged in this way:

Merriam the son of Jesus

عيسى ابن مريم

34 35 25

The number which represents the repetitions of these words is a multiple of seven:

25 35 34 = 7 × 49075

The same can be said for the letters of ‘Jesus the son of Merriam’: ‘Jesus’ contains 4 letters, ‘the son of’ contains 3 and ‘Merriam’ contains 4.

Merriam the son of Jesus

عيسى ابن مريم

4 3 4

434 = 7 × 62

You see ! we have discovered a wonderful system special to the name of Jesus ‘Jesus the Son of Merriam’ , yet there are forms for this same name as ‘The Messiah the son of Merriam’, so is there another perfect system for this form?

A marvellous system for the repetition of ‘The Messiah the son of Merriam’ found in the Koran:

‘The Messiah’ is repeated 11 times in the Koran whereas ‘The son of’ is cited 35 times and ‘Merriam’ as we saw it is mentioned 34 times. Let us write these words and the numbers for which they are repeated in this way:

Merriam the son of The Messiah

المسيح ابن مريم

34 35 11

The resulting number, i.e. 113534, is a multiple of seven!

Accordingly, I claim that the repetition of the expression ‘The Messiah the son of Merriam’ agrees with the koranic system based on number seven.

Allah says in The Women chapter, verse 171: ‘Christ Jesus the son of Mary was (no more than) an Apostle of Allah’. As I have been reading this divine description of Jesus, I noticed that the letters of this expression : Christ Jesus the son of Mary was an Apostle of Allah, agree in a wonderful way with number seven. We write the expression and the number of letters:

Christ Jesus the son of Mary [was (no more than)] an Apostle [of] Allah

The resulting number is again a multiple of seven:

444346 = 7 × 63478

Now look at the surprising remark: if we gather the numbers constituting this number, we will have number 25:

6 + 4 + 3 + 4 + 4 + 4 = (25)

25 represents the repetitions of the word ‘ Jesus’ in the Koran, and the number 63478, what results if we divide 444346 by 7, is a multiple of seven and 34; 34 represents how many time ‘Merriam’ was repeated in the Koran:

63478 = 34 × 1867

Another miraculous system for the repeating of ‘Merriam’:

Look at these agreements between the word ‘Merriam’, ‘Messiah’ and ‘Jesus’; all these words’ repetitions consist of an accurate system based on number seven. We know that Merriam is Jesus’ mother (peace be upon them all), so what can relate the two:

Messiah Merriam

11 34

1134 is a number multiple of 7:

1134 = 7 × 162

If we do the same for the words ‘Merriam’ and ‘Jesus’, we will have:

Jesus Merriam

25 34

And 2534 is another number that is multiple of 7:

2534 = 7 × 362

We try now to gather the three words’ repetitions:

34 + 11 + 25 = 70

Awesome! Isn’t it? Number 70 is a multiple of seven: 70=7*10

And even the gathering of the words ‘Messiah’ ‘Jesus’ ‘The son of’ ‘Merriam’ will give a number multiple of 7:

11 + 25 + 35 + 34 = 105

105 = 7 × 15

And we reask the same question:

Is it possible to come across such wonderful, accurate system? It is God The Almighty who has created everything; it is He who has organised the realities, for they would witness His Loneliness, witness that Jesus The Son of Merriam is Allah’s word and spirit .

This system (based on seven) of the repetition of Jesus’ name in the Koran coordinating with seven is a strong testimony that what dear prophet Mohamed (peace be upon him) brought is about the same thing dear prophet Jesus brought. It proves that Allah , the All-Knowing has organised the name of this prophet according to system based on 7,to tell us that the One who has revealed the Koran is the Lord of the seven heavens, Hallowed be Him from what they say.

You, dear reader, if you want really to read the real bible then read the Holy Koran!


By: Abduldaem Al-Kaheel


Allah said: ” Will We show them Our Miracles in horizons, and within themselves, until it becomes quite clear to them that this is the Truth. Is it not sufficient as regards your God that He is witness over all things / quran/ 41 / 53/ Surat Fussilat



(There is) None worthy of worship Except Allah. Muhammad is Messenger of ALLAH


Picture And Verse of quran And split the moon

The scientists found in the NASA building the presence of newly on the surface of the moon, which is a fault with a length of thousands of kilometers, and it may be a reference to the words of the Almighty, Allah said:

1. The Hour has drawn near, and the moon has been cleft asunder (the people of Makkah requested Prophet Muhammad to show them a miracle, so he showed them the splitting of the moon).  .[54] quran /  Al-Qamar – 1

 And praise be to Allah, Lord of the Worlds!

Allah said: ” Will We show them Our Miracles in horizons, and within themselves, until it becomes quite clear to them that this is the Truth. Is it not sufficient as regards your God that He is witness over all things” / quran/ 41 / 53/ Surat Fussilat

(There is) None worthy of worship Except Allah. Muhammad is Messenger of ALLAH


Who is Prophet Muhammad?


Prophet Muhammad is the man beloved by more than 1.2 billion Muslims. He is the man who taught us patience in the face of adversity, and taught us to live in this world but seek eternal life in the hereafter. It was to Prophet Muhammad that God revealed the Quran. Along with this book of guidance from The Creator came Prophet Muhammad, whose behaviour and high moral standards are an example to us all. Prophet Muhammad’s life was the Quran. He understood it, he loved it and he lived his life based on its standards. He taught us to recite Quran, to live by its principles and to love it. When Muslims declare their faith in One God, they also declare their belief that Muhammad is the slave and final messenger of God.


When a Muslim hears Muhammad’s name mentioned they ask God to send blessings upon him. Prophet Muhammad was a man, a human being just like any other man, but it is his love for humanity that sets him apart. Muslims love Prophet Muhammad, but it is his love for us, that makes him a man like no other. Muslims love and adore him because he saw past our flaws and inconsistencies and saw the good in us all. He longed for paradise not only for himself but also for all of us. He wept tears not for himself but for his Ummah[1], and for humanity. He was often heard to cry “O God, my Ummah, my Ummah”.

Muslims also believe in the same Prophets mentioned in Jewish and Christian traditions, including Noah and Moses, Abraham and Jesus, and they believe that all prophets came with the same message – to worship God alone, without partners, sons or daughters. There is a difference however between all other prophets and Prophet Muhammad. Before Muhammad, prophets were sent to particular people in particular places and periods. Muhammad however, is the final Prophet and his message is for all of humankind.

God tells us in Quran that He did not send Prophet Muhammad except as mercy for humankind. “And we have sent you O Muhammad, not but as a mercy for humankind and all that exists.” (Quran 21:107) God did not say Muhammad was sent to the people of Arabia, or to men, or to the people of the 7th century, He made it clear that Prophet Muhammad was a prophet like no other, one whose message would spread far and wide and be applicable in all places for all times. Muslims love him, respect him and follow him. They hold him in such regard that for many it is emotionally painful to see or hear their beloved mentor ridiculed or disrespected.

Throughout history and around the world non-Muslims have shown great respect and honour to Prophet Muhammad and he is considered influential in both religious and secular matters. Mahatma Ghandi described him as scrupulous about pledges, intense in his devotion to his friends and followers, intrepid, fearless, and with absolute trust in God and in his own mission. Prophet Muhammad taught Islam as a way of life, founded an empire, laid down a moral code and instituted a code of law focusing on respect, tolerance and justice. The Supreme Court building in Washington DC commemorates Mohammad’s role as a lawgiver in its north wall frieze.[2]

What is it about Prophet Muhammad that inspires such devotion? Is it his gentle and loving nature, his kindness and generosity or is it his ability to empathise with all of humanity? Muhammad was a selfless man who devoted the last 23 years of his life to teaching his companions and followers how to worship God and how to respect humanity. Prophet Muhammad was acutely aware of just how much responsibility had been thrust upon him by God. He was careful to teach the message just as God had prescribed and warned his followers not to praise him excessively the way Jesus, son of Mary was praised.[3]

Muslims do not worship Prophet Muhammad; they understand that he is only a man. However, he is a man worthy of our utmost respect and love. Prophet Muhammad loved humanity so much that he would weep out of fear for them. He loved his Ummah with such deep and profound devotion that God remarked on the depth of his love for us in Quran.

“Verily, there has come unto you a Messenger (Muhammad) from amongst yourselves. It grieves him that you should receive any injury or difficulty. He (Muhammad) is anxious over you (to be rightly guided, to repent to God, and beg Him to pardon and forgive your sins, in order that you may enter Paradise and be saved from the punishment of the Hell-fire), for the believers he is full of pity, kind, and merciful.” (Quran 9:128)

Prophet Muhammad taught us to love God and to obey Him. He taught us to be kind to each other, to respect our elders, and care for our children. He taught us that it was better to give than to receive and that each human life is worthy of respect and dignity. He taught us to love for our brothers and sisters what we love for ourselves. Prophet Muhammad taught us that families and communities are essential, and he pointed out that individual rights although important are not more important them a stable, moral society. Prophet Muhammad taught us that men and women are equal in the sight of God and that no one person is better then another except in respect to his or her piety and devotion to God.

Who is Prophet Muhammad? Quite simply he is the man who will stand before God on the day of Judgement and beg God to have mercy on us. He will intercede for us; he will touch his forehead to the ground before God and ask that we be admitted into paradise.[4] Muslims love him because he is the slave and messenger of God, he is a mercy to humankind and his gentleness, and devotion to humanity is unprecedented.



[1] The translation of the Arabic word Ummah is nation. However, it means more than a country with borders, it is a fellowship of men women and children united in their love for One God and their admiration for Muhammad, the Prophet of God.

[2] A frieze is a long stretch of painted, sculpted or even calligraphic decoration normally above eye-level. Frieze decorations may depict scenes in a sequence of discrete panels. The material of which the frieze is made of may be plasterwork, carved wood or other decorative medium.

[3] Saheeh Al-Bukhari

[4] Saheeh Muslim


…Allah said: ” Will We show them Our Miracles in horizons, and within themselves, until it becomes quite clear to them that this is the Truth. Is it not sufficient as regards your God that He is witness over all things”

There is no God except Allah > Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah



Be in this Life as if you were a Stranger or a Traveler on a Path


by al-Hâfidh Ibn Rajab

Taken from Jâmi’ al-U’lûm wal-Hikam [1]

Hadîth #40:

Ibn Umar (Radhiallahu ‘Anhum) said: Allâh’s Messenger (Sallallahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam) took me by my shoulder and said:

“Be in this life as if you were a stranger or a traveler on a path.”

Ibn Umar used to say,

“If you reach the evening then do not expect to reach the morning, and if you reach the morning then do not expect to reach the evening. Take from your health before your sickness, and from your life before your death.” – [Reported by al-Bukhârî]

This hadîth is the foundation for limiting one’s hope in this life. So a believer must not take this life as a homeland or permanent residence, his heart being tranquil and resting assured within it. Rather, he must be in it as if he were on a journey, preparing himself to depart. The advice of the Prophets and their followers confirmed this.

Allâh said, narrating upon a believer at the time of Fir’awn that he said:

“O my people! Truly, this life of the world is nothing but a (quick passing) enjoyment, and verily, the hereafter that is the home that will remain forever.” [Ghafir : 39]

Alî ibn Abi Tâlib used to say,

“Certainly this life has begun travelling away, and the hereafter has begun travelling forward, and each has its children. So be from the children of the hereafter, and don’t be from the children of this life. For indeed today there is action with no account, and tomorrow there will be account with no action.”

Umar ibn Abdul Azîz said in his khutbah,

“This life is not your permanent abode. Allâh has prescribed for it to come to an end and He has prescribed for its people to depart from it. How often has a thriving population been ruined for something insignificant, and how often has a joyful resident been made to depart for something insignificant. So prepare well, may Allâh have mercy on you, for the journey with the best of what you have of preparations, and take provisions, for the best of provisions is Taqwâ.”

So if this life is not a permanent residence nor homeland for the believer, then the situation of the believer in it must be either one of two conditions: Either as if he were a stranger residing in a strange land with his main concern being to take provisions for his return to his real homeland; or as if he were a traveller, in no way residing in it, rather his every night and day is spent going to his land of residence.

For this, the Prophet (Sallallahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam) advised Ibn Umar to be in this life in one of these two conditions:

The first condition: That the believer abandons himself as if he were a stranger in this life, appearing to be a resident, yet really in a strange land. So his heart is not attached to this strange land. Rather, his heart is attached to his homeland that he is returning to. He is only staying in this life to fulfill his objective – preparing for the return to his homeland.

Al-Fudhayl ibn Iyyâdh said,

“A believer in this life is worried and sad. His worry is the objective of preparing himself. So whoever’s condition in this life is such, then he has no concern other than taking provisions from what will benefit him during the return to his homeland. So he does not compete with the people of the land, among whom he is merely a stranger, in what they consider honorable. And he does not become worried if he seems insignificant among them.”

Al-Hasan (al-Basrî) said,

“The believer is like a stranger. He does not become worried due to being insignificant in it (this life), and he does not compete for honor in it. His condition is one and the people are in another condition. Whenever Allâh created آdam (‘Alayhis Salâm), He made him and his wife reside in Paradise. Then he was put out of it, yet was promised to return to it, he and the righteous ones among his offspring. So the believer is always longing for his first homeland…” [2]

The second condition: That the believer lowers himself in this life as if he were a traveller, in no way residing in it. He is only moving along in one of the points of his journey until he finishes his journey to its end, which is death. Whoever’s condition in this life is such, then his main concern is obtaining the provision for the journey. He is not concerned with an Abû ndance of the enjoyment of this life. For this reason, the Prophet (Sallallahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam) advised a group of his Companions for their main concern in this life to be like the provision of a traveller.

One of the Salaf wrote to one of his brothers:

“Oh my brother, it appears to you as if you are a resident. However, you are really only persistently travelling, and you are moving rapidly. Death is heading towards you, and this life is passing behind you. What has passed of your life will not return to you (to rectify it) on the Day of Taghâbun (The Day of Resurrection).”

Al-Fudhayl ibn Iyyâdh said to a man, “How many (years) have come upon you?”He replied, “Sixty years.” He said, “Therefore, for sixty years you have been going to your Lord and you are about to reach (Him).”So the man said, “To Allâh we belong and to Him we are returning!” So al-Fudhayl asked, “Do you know the meaning of that (statement)? You are saying, ‘I belong to Allâh as a servant and I am going to return to Him.’ So whoever knows that he belongs to Allâh as a servant and that he will return to him, then he should know that he will be stopped. And whoever knows that he will be stopped, then he should know that he will be questioned. And whoever knows that he will be questioned, then let him prepare an answer for the question.” The man asked, “So what should I do?” He said, “It is easy.” The man again asked, “What is it?” al-Fudhayl said, “Do good in what remains, then what has passed shall be forgiven. Yet, if you do evil in what remains, then you will be taken to account for what has passed as well as for what remains.”

Some of the wise people said,

“Whoever made the days and nights his riding animal, then they will take him (to his destination) even if he doesn’t move.”

al-Awzâ’î wrote to one of his brothers,

“As to what follows: You have been encompassed from every side. Know that you are moving forward with each day and night. So beware of Allâh and of the standing between His hands. And your final promise will be with Him. Was-Salâm.”

As for the advice of Ibn Umar, then it is based upon this Hadîth that he himself has narrated. It (his advice) includes an end to prolonged hope. And that if a person happens to reach the evening, then he should not wait for, or expect to reach the morning. And if he happens to reach the morning, then he should not wait for, or expect to reach the evening. Rather, he should assume that his end will reach him before that. With this same meaning, more than one of the scholars have explained the concept of having Zuhd in this life.

Al-Marwathî said: It was said to Abû Abdullâh – meaning Ahmad (ibn Hanbal), “What is the meaning of having Zuhd in this life?”He said, “Not prolonging hope too much – He who says when he wakes up, ‘I will not reach the evening.'”He said, “And Sufyân (ath-Thawrî) said likewise.” It was then said to Abû Abdullâh, “With what do we seek help in not prolonging our hope?”He replied, “We don’t know. It is only by Tawfîq (Success exclusively granted by Allâh).” As for his (Ibn Umar’s) statement: “Take from your health before your sickness, and from your life before your death.”Meaning: Take advantage of being able to do righteous deeds with what remains of your health before sickness prevents you from them, and from your life before death prevents you from them.

And in another narration: “…For surely, oh servant of Allâh, you don’t even know what your own name will be tomorrow.” Meaning: Perhaps tomorrow you will be among the dead, not the living.

The meaning of this advice has been reported from the Prophet (Sallallahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam) from a different perspective. In Sahîh al-Bukhârî, it is reported that Ibn Abbâs narrated that the Prophet (Sallallahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam) said:

“There are two blessing which many people are deprived of: health and free time.” [3]

And in the Mustadrak of al-Hâkim, it is reported that Ibn Abbâs narrated that the Messenger of Allâh (Sallallahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam) said to a man while advising him:

“Take advantage of five things before five other things: from your youth before your old age, your health before your sickness, your richness before your poverty, your free time before you become occupied, and from your life before your death.” [4]

The meaning of this is that all of these things hinder the performance of deeds. Some of them personally preoccupy the person such as his poverty, richness, sickness, his old age, or his death. Others are more general such as the establishment of the Last Hour, the appearance of the Dajjâl, and o ther disturbing trials as is mentioned in the Hadîth:

“Take the initiative to do deeds, before trials come like a piece of a dark night (unexpectedly).” [5]

After the appearance of some of these more general events, no deeds will be of any benefit as Allâh said:

“The day that some of the Signs of your Lord do come, no good will it do to a person to believe then, if he believed not before, nor earned good (by performing deeds of righteousness) through his Faith.” [Al-An'am : 158]

In the two Sahîhs (al-Bukhârî and Muslim), Abû Hurayrah narrated that the Prophet (Sallallahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam) said:

“The Hour will not be established until the sun rises from the west. So when it rises and the people see it, they will all believe. That is when the faith of a person will not benefit him if he did not previously believe or if he did not earn good by his faith.” [6]

And in Sahîh Muslim, the Prophet (Sallallahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam) said:

“There are three events that if they occur, the faith of a person will not benefit him if he did not previously believe or if he did not earn good by his faith: the rising of the sun from the west, the Dajjâl, and the Beast from the earth.” [7]

Also in Sahîh Muslim, the Prophet (Sallallahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam) said:

“Whoever repents before the sun rises from the west, Allâh will accept his repentance.” [8]

Abû Mûsâ narrated that the Prophet (Sallallahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam) said:

“Allâh extends his hand during the night to accept the repentance of the sinner of the day, and He extends his hand during the day to accept the repentance of the sinner of the night, until the sun rises from the west.” [9]

So the believer must take the initiative in performing righteous deeds before he is overtaken by the decree and prevented from doing them either by sickness or death, or by some of these signs reaching him after which no deed will be accepted.

Abû Hâzim said,

“The merchandise of the hereafter is in little demand. It is about to be spent with no one obtaining it except a few, not many.”

So when a person is prevented from deeds, nothing remains for him except regret and sorrow. He will wish to return to the previous situation in which he was be able to perform deeds, yet wishing at that time will not benefit him in anything.

Allâh, the Most High says:

“And turn in repentance and in obedience with true Faith (Islâmic Monotheism) to your Lord and submit to Him, (in Islâm), before the torment comes upon you, then you will not be helped. And follow the best of that which is sent down to you from your Lord (i.e. this Qur’ân, do what it orders you to do and keep away from what it forbids), before the torment comes on you suddenly while you perceive not! Lest a person should say: ‘Alas, my grief that I was undutiful to Allâh (i.e. I have not done what Allâh has ordered me to do), and I was indeed among those who mocked [at the truth!' i.e. Lâ ilâha ill-Allâh (none has the right to be worshipped but Allah), the Qur'ân, and Muhammad and at the faithful believers, etc.] Or (lest) he should say: ‘If only Allah had guided me, I should indeed have been among the Muttaqûn (pious and righteous people)’. Or (lest) he should say when he sees the torment: ‘If only I had another chance (to return to the world) then I should indeed be among the Muhsinûn (good-doers).'” [Az-Zumar : 54-58]

And He says:

“Until, when death comes to one of them (those who join partners with Allâh), he says: ‘My Lord! Send me back, so that I may do good in that which I have left behind!’ No! It is but a word that he speaks, and behind them is Barzakh (a barrier) until the Day when they will be resurrected.” [Al-Mu'minûn : 99-100]

And He, the Mighty and Majestic, says:

“And spend (in charity) of that with which We have provided you, before death comes to one of you and he says: ‘My Lord! If only You would give me respite for a little while (i.e. return to the worldly life), then I should give Sadaqah (i.e. Zakât) of my wealth, and be among the righteous.’ [i.e. perform Hajj (pilgrimage to Makkah)] And Allâh grants respite to none when his appointed time (death) comes. And Allâh is All-Aware of what you do.” [Al-Munafiqûn : 99-100]

So since the matter is like this, it is incumbent upon the believer to take advantage of what remains from his life. In explanation of this, it is said: “the remainder of the believer’s life is priceless.” Sa’îd ibn Jubayr said, “Each day the believer lives, is a treasure.”


1 With the authentication of Salîm al-Hilâlî.

2 Translators Note: A large amount of Arabic poetry, due to the difficulty in translating it adequately, has been omitted.

3 Reported by al-Bukhârî, vol. 11, pg. 229 (in Fath al-Bârî).

4 Reported by al-Hâkim, vol. 4, no. 306. He declared it to be Sahîh according to the condition of the two Shaykhs (al-Bukhârî and Muslim) and ath-Thahabî agreed with him as well as our Shaykh (al-Albânî) in the checking of the Hadîths of “Iqtidâ al-I’lm al-A’mal,” no. 170.

5 Reported by Muslim, no. 118.

6 Reported by al-Bukhârî, vol. 8, pg. 296-297 (in Fath al-Bârî) and Muslim, no. 157.

7 Reported by Muslim, no. 158.

8 Reported by Muslim, no. 2703.

9 Reported by Muslim, no. 2759.


…Allah said: ” Will We show them Our Miracles in horizons, and within themselves, until it becomes quite clear to them that this is the Truth. Is it not sufficient as regards your God that He is witness over all things”

There is no God except Allah > Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah


like a rainstorm from the sky – Lightning Thunder- Picture And Verse of quran


Described to us the Holy Quran thoroughly amazing what is happening at the center of deep convective clouds, and scientists have not found only in modern times, and this testifies to the Inimitability Koran, to the surface ….

Why the Almighty said: …Or like a rainstorm from the sky, wherein is darkness, thunder, and lightning. They thrust their fingers in their ears to keep out the stunning thunderclap for fear of death. But Allâh ever encompasses the disbelievers (i.e. Allâh will gather them all together). (19)

quran 2 /19  Al-Baqara

Is there in the darkness, thunder Cross and lightning? We understand from the verse and a cloud in the sky, contains within it the darkness and the thunder and lightning, but what does science say?

Scientists found that the atmosphere contains clouds Rcamip height of more than 10 kilometers, and these clouds have their dark even in broad daylight, we were!! In their position there, and flashes of lightning occur within these clouds (in the cargo areas of different electrical), and this telegram, which does not see it on the ground also creates thunder, and the Koran describe accurately what happens in the amazing cloud: the darkness, thunder and lightning, scientists did not discover this only at the end of the century twenty-Glory  to  Allah… God!


…Allah said: ” Will We show them Our Miracles in horizons, and within themselves, until it becomes quite clear to them that this is the Truth. Is it not sufficient as regards your God that He is witness over all things”

There is no God except Allah > Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah



The Pleasures of Paradise In Islam


The reality of Paradise is something which people will never be able to understand until they actually enter it, but God has shown us glimpses of it in the Quran. He has described it as a place essentially different to the life of this world, both in the very nature and purpose of life, as well as the types of delights which people will enjoy therein. The Quran tells people about Paradise, which God offers to them, describes its great blessings, and proclaims its beauties to everyone. It informs people that Paradise is one of two ways of life prepared for them in the afterworld, and that every good thing will be theirs in Paradise to a degree that surpasses our present ability to imagine. It also shows that Paradise is a place where all blessings have been created perfectly and where people will be offered everything their souls and hearts will desire, and that people will be far removed from want and need, anxiety or sadness, sorrow and regret. Every kind of beauty and blessing exists in Paradise and will be revealed with a perfection never seen or known before. God has prepared such blessings there as a gift, and these will be offered only to people with whom He is pleased.

But what is the nature of these delights in Paradise, and how will it be different from the delights of this world? We will try to highlight a few of these differences.

Pure delight without pain and suffering

While people in this world experience some delight, they also face much toil and suffering. If one was to scrutinize the life which they live, they will find that the amount of hardship they face is much more than the ease and comfort. As for the life of the Hereafter, there will be no hardship nor suffering in it, and people will live therein in pure joy and delight. All the causes of sorrow, pain and suffering which people experience in this life will be absent in the Hereafter. Let’s take a look at some of these causes.


When one thinks of success in this life, they usually conjure the image of big houses, fine jewelry and clothing, and expensive cars; financial stability is seen to be the key to a happy life. To most people, success is inseparably related to wealth, even though this is the furthest from the truth. How many times have we seen the wealthiest of people living such miserable lives, that it sometimes even leads them to commit suicide! Wealth is something which humans in their very nature desire at any cost, and this desire has been created for a great and wise purpose. When this desire is not satiated, it causes some extent of grief in a person. For this reason, God has promised the inhabitants of Paradise that they will have all that they imagined as far as wealth and belongings are concerned, both for those who were extremely poor, experiencing even hunger and thirst, to those well-to-do but who desired even more. God gives us a glimpse of this when he says:

“… there will be there all that the souls could desire, all that the eyes could delight in …” (Quran 43:71)

“Eat and drink at ease for that which you have sent forth (good deeds) in days past!” (Quran 69:24)

“… They will be adorned therein with bracelets of gold, and they will wear green garments of fine silk and heavy brocade. They will recline therein on raised thrones. How good [is] the recompense! How beautiful a couch [is there] to recline on!” (Quran 18:31)

Disease and Death

Another cause of pain and suffering in this life is the death of a loved one or disease, which are both non-existent in Paradise. None will feel any sickness or pain in Paradise. The Prophet Muhammad, may God praise him, said about the people of Paradise:

“They will never fall ill, blow their noses or spit.” (Saheeh Al-Bukhari)

None will die in Paradise. All shall live eternally enjoying the pleasures therein. The Prophet Muhammad said that a caller will call out in Paradise when people enter it:

“Indeed may you be healthy and never be sick again, may you live and never die again, may you be young and never grow feeble again, may you enjoy, and never feel sorrow and regret again.” (Saheeh Muslim)

Social Relationships

As for the remorse felt due to a rift in personal relationships, people will never hear any evil or hurting comments or speech in Paradise. They will only hear good words and words of peace. God says:

“They will not hear therein ill speech or commission of sin. But only the saying of: Peace! Peace!” (Quran 56:25-26)

There will be no enmity between people nor ill-feelings:

“And We shall remove from their breasts any (mutual) hatred or sense of injury (which they had, if at all, in the life of this world)…” (Quran 7:43)

The Prophet said:

“There will be no hatred or resentment among them, their hearts will be as one, and they will glorify God, morning and evening.” (Saheeh Al-Bukhari)

People will have the best of companions in the Hereafter, who were also the best people in the world:

“And whoever obeys God and the Messenger – those will be with the ones upon whom God has bestowed favor – of the prophets, the steadfast affirmers of truth, the martyrs and the righteous. And excellent are those as companions!” (Quran 4:69)

The hearts of the people of Paradise will be pure, their speech will be good, their deeds righteous. There will be no hurtful, upsetting, offensive or provocative talk there, for Paradise is free of all worthless words and deeds. If we were to discuss all the causes for anguish in this life, we would surely find its absence or opposite to be true in Paradise.

The Eternalness of the Hereafter

The Pleasures of this world are transient whilst the joys of the hereafter are lasting and eternal. In this life when a person enjoys something, it is only a short while before they get bored with it and proceed to search for something they feel is better, or they may not feel a need for it altogether. As for the delights of Paradise, a person will never feel bored with anything, but rather, its goodness will increase each time they indulge in it.

Also, the life of this world is very short. Humans only live on this earth for a short while, and very few people reach the age of seventy.

“…Say: Short is the enjoyment of this world. The Hereafter is (far) better for him who fears God…” (Quran 4:77)

As for Paradise, people will live forever. God says:

“…its provision is eternal and so is its shade…” (Quran 13:35)

“What is with you must vanish, and what is with God will endure …” (Quran 16:96)

“(It will be said to them): This is Our Provision, which will never finish” (Quran 38:54)

Superior Delights

The delights of the people of Paradise, such as their clothing, food, drink, jewelry and palaces, will be far superior to their counterparts in this world. There is in fact no room for comparison, as even the smallest space in Paradise is better than this world and all that is in it. The Prophet Muhammad, may God praise him, said:

“The space of the bow of any one of you in Paradise is better than all that the sun rises upon” (Mishkaat al-Masaabeeh 3/85, no. 5615)

Free from all Impurities

Paradise is free from all the impurities of this world. Eating and drinking in this life results in the need for excretion and its associated unpleasant odors. If a person drinks wine in this world, he loses his mind. Women in this world menstruate and give birth, which are sources of pain and hurt. Paradise is free from all of these discomforts: its people will not urinate, defecate, spit or suffer from catarrh. The wine of Paradise, as described by its Creator, is:

“Crystal-white, delicious to those who drink (thereof), free from intoxication, nor will they suffer intoxication therefrom” (Quran 37:46-47)

The water of Paradise does not become brackish, and its milk never changes in flavor:

“…rivers of water incorruptible; rivers of milk of which the taste never changes…” (Quran 47:15)

The women of Paradise are pure and free from menstruation, postnatal bleeding and all the other impurities suffered by women in this world, and all are free from stool and feces. God says:

“…and they shall have therein purified mates…” (Quran 2:25)

The prophet answered a person when they asked how the people of Paradise will relieve themselves:

“They relieve themselves by perspiring through their skins, and its fragrance will be that of musk, and all stomachs will have become lean.” (ibn Hibbaan)

What we have mentioned has been a mere comparison in order to understand the nature of Paradise, but as God said, its delights are truly hidden:

“No person knows what is kept hidden for them of joy, as a reward for what they used to do.” (Quran 32:17)

Paradise: There is Nothing Like It

The delights of Paradise surpass the imagination and defy description. They are like nothing known to the people of this world; no matter how advanced we may become, what we achieve is as nothing in comparison with the joys of the Hereafter. As is mentioned in several reports, there is nothing like Paradise:

“It is sparkling light, aromatic plants, a lofty palace, a flowing river, ripe fruit, a beautiful wife and abundant clothing, in an eternal abode of radiant joy, in beautiful soundly-constructed high houses”. (Ibn Maajah, Ibn Hibbaan)

The Sahabah asked the Prophet about the buildings of Paradise and he replied with a wonderful description:

“Bricks of gold and silver, and mortar of fragrant musk, pebbles of pearl and sapphire, and soil of saffron. Whoever enters it is filled with joy and will never feel miserable; he will live there forever and never die; their clothes will never wear out and their youth will never fade.” (Ahmad, at-Tirmidhi, ad-Daarimee)

God says:

“And when you look there (in Paradise) you will see a delight (that cannot be imagined), and a great dominion.” (Quran 76:20)

What God has kept hidden from us the delights of Paradise is beyond our ability to comprehend. The Prophet said that God said:

“I have prepared for My slaves what no eye has seen, no ear has heard and no human heart can imagine.” Recite if you wish:

“No person knows what is kept hidden for them of joy as a reward for what they used to do.” (Quran 32:17)

In another report:

“Never mind what God has told you; what He has not told you is even greater.” (Saheeh Muslim)

In other articles, we will attempt to mention some of the specific details of Paradise and the delights therein described to us by God and His last Prophet.


…Allah said: ” Will We show them Our Miracles in horizons, and within themselves, until it becomes quite clear to them that this is the Truth. Is it not sufficient as regards your God that He is witness over all things”

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The Secrets of Water in Quran


The Pure water, the Fresh water and the Saline water

Written by: Eng. Abdul-Daim Kaheel

In this article we will see that the Quran tackles the different types of waters and categorizes them according to there degree of purity. The Qur’an identifies the “distilled” water which is rainwater as the pure water,

names the “fresh” water that we drink from rivers and wells the “sweet” water and names the sea water that holds a high percentage of saltiness as “bitter” water. It has been established scientifically the distinction between these kinds, and this what we will cover thoroughly in the coming sections. It’s worthy to note the single drop of water contains five thousand million of water molecules!!! How many do the world seas include!!?

The Qur’an speaks about Distilled Water

Allah, all grandeur to Him says in His Glorious verses:

(And it is He who sends the winds as good tidings before His mercy, and We send down from the sky pure water)The Criterion, 48.

I have contemplated on this verse for a long while and discovered that it tackles precisely the specifications that scientists label now days as “Distilled Water”. They have revealed that the water we drink contains many substances and organisms. The single cup of drinking water we think is pure, carries millions of minute organisms like bacteria and viruses, and contains mineral substances like iron, copper, aluminum, sodium, magnesium and calcium. In addition it also contains organic substances like carbon, dust and other substances, all included in what we call as “pure” water.

Scientists have discovered that this water can be purified by heating it until the boiling point of 100 degrees Centigrade, then accumulating vapor, condensing it and then cooling it. As a result, you get distilled water that is pure to a great extent .Scientists say that the best kind of distilled water is rain water right before it descends to the ground and mixes with polluted particles in the air.

The civilization of this age has generated many of the pollution; the falling of rainwater cleans the atmosphere because the rainwater that is distilled is distinguished by its characteristic for the absorption of substances. It absorbs from the atmosphere, sulfur and other substances and minerals such as poisonous lead subsequently the rainwater’s essence is acidic .On the contrary, the past rainwater was pure because the atmosphere was not polluted.

When the rain water descends to the group it filtrates through the soil and between the rocks and follows very complicated paths, and during this journey it mixes with some minerals and the salts found in the rocks. Consequently the rainwater to some extent takes an alkaline flavor. Due to this fact, we find the distilled water is unpalatable because of there is no flavor to it, where as, the taste of spring water is palatable

Figure ( 1 ): Scientists announce today that rainwater is distilled, this pure water due to its purged characteristics, is an excellent remover of dirt and can cleanse and sterilize any thing .And Allah proved it when He termed the descending water from the sky by the “pure” water and this on its own, is precisely and scientifically accurate.

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Characteristics of the Rain water

Now lets reckon some of the characteristics associated with the water descending from the sky i.e.: rainwater .The rainwater is considered exactly as distilled water, resulting from the vaporization of the water from the seas and its condensation in the form of clouds then it descending as rain . Therefore it is thoroughly pure water. The rainwater can remove the dirt on the human skin more than the regular water, thus this water is considered a disinfectant used in medicine .It is free from the viruses and bacteria, also possessing the feature of the absorption of metals, gases and dust particles and any substance that comes into contact with it on a large scale, therefore it is an antiseptic to the atmosphere as well.

After knowing these attributes we find that they meet accurately the single worded expression in the Qur’an about the rainwater, where Allah says:

(And We send down from the sky pure water) The criterion, 48.

The word “Tahara” (purified) in the language means the removal of dirt and impurities and the abstinence from it as stated in the dictionary.

The Fresh (Sweet) Water

There a new attribute associated with this water explained by the scientists and that it is capable of renewing the cells in the body on a larger scale rather than the common water. As for the energy scientists, they confirm that the rainwater possesses bigger quantities of energy, thus positively reflecting on the psychological state of the human.

Figure (2): Allah (swt) has mentioned the name of the river water and that stored under the ground that we drink as “sweet” water i.e.: water with acceptable taste. While He named the sea water by “salty” water for the indication of its surplus of saltiness. He also named the rainwater as “pure” water and hence the Qur’an is the first book that provides accurate scientific classification.

It is not strange that we find the Qur’an mentioning these characteristics clearly in the following verse:

(]Remember] when He overwhelmed you with drowsiness [giving] security from Him and sent down upon you from the sky, rain by which to purify you and remove from you the evil [suggestions] of Satan and to make steadfast your hearts and plant firmly thereby your feet. ) Al-Anfal, 11.

This verse specifically talks about rain water through the verse: (sent down upon you from the sky rain) and we previously embarked upon the cleansing feature in this water as Allah says: (Which to purify you).

We also spoke about the presence of energy it possesses thus affecting the human in giving him the push and power for confirmation, needed when facing the enemy. By this we are talking about the positive energy when facing intricate situations (1) and this is indicated in the following verse: (and plant firmly thereby your feet).

It is noticable that the Quran differentiates between the word “Tahur”/pure and “Furat”/sweet in its verses for Allah says: (and have given you to drink sweet water.) Al-Mursalat, 27. The water we drink from the rivers, springs and wells is acceptable and taste sweet because it contains quantity of the minerals like iron that causing the water to taste sweet. This definition suits the expression “Furatan”/sweet. The term “Furat”/sweet water in the language is the water with acceptable taste as described in the linguistic dictionaries .While the descending water from the sky is distilled water which possesses the characteristics of sterilization and cleansing and carries not taste! Therefore the Divine described it as “Tahura”. So is there repetition in the Quran or is it a miracle?

The water as it descends from the sky is pure but when it mixes with the minerals and salts present in the land and become “Furatan”/sweet. Even though, the Qur’an speaks about the river waters, we find it using the term “Furatan”/sweet and not “Tahuran”/pure.

This is again due to the fact that the water of the sweet river contains many of the solved metals (minerals) in it, Exalted Allah says: (And not alike are the two bodies of water. One is fresh and sweet, palatable for drinking, and one is salty and bitter.) Fater,12.

The Bitter Water

The following verse made me contemplate: (And not alike are the two bodies of water. One is fresh and sweet, palatable for drinking, and one is salty and bitter.) Fater, 12. I wondered why Allah it associated each kind with two attributes, “Fresh and Sweet”-“Salty and Bitter”. We know that river water is “fresh”, why did Allah add another attribute “sweet”? Where as Sea water Allah described it as “Salty” but why did He assign to it another attribute “Bitter”? At the same time Allah assigned Rain water just one attribute “Pure”? Yes, this is because the rainwater as we saw earlier is pure, distilled and has neither taste nor smell, thus a single attribute suffices it.


Figure 3: The sea water is the “bitter” water. In the language the verb “Ujaj” means exceeded the limit, and this is what we find in sea water which maintains saltiness that exceeds the normal limit. Therefore Allah has described sea water as (Salty/Bitter) because the word (salty) is not enough as a description, but the fresh water does contain some salts but we don’t sense there presence!!

The Miracle:

The Quran uses the term “Tahuran”/Pure in association with water descending from the sky because it is pure water, and this is what scientists call “Distilled” water and considers it as a cleaning substance. Where as the word “Sweet” Allah does not associate it with sky water at all, but with the water that we drink. River water is not completely pure and contains some salts and minerals giving it a palatable taste.

Further, if we ponder upon the Quranic description of Sea water we find the word “Ujaj”/Bitter which describes the excessive salt present in it. The Quran does not assign saltiness as an attribute on its own, it doesn’t say “This is salty” only, but on the contrary, it mentions “It is salty and bitter”. From a scientific point of view if we say that the water contains salts then this is ludicrous because all water types contain salts with varying degrees, therefore it is a must to describe the degree of saltiness, and this precisely is what the Quran did.

The Quran is the first book that handles the disinfecting characteristic of rain water or distilled water and this attribute is not mentioned except in association with sky water. Whereas the human writing does not differentiate between the fresh water , the sweet water and the pure water while the Quran accurately made a distinction and positioned each term in its accurate place.

Glory is to Allah, every single word and letter in his Book fits flawlessly. The question we wish to forward to the skeptics in the field of scientific Quranic miracle is: If the Quran was a result of human formation, would it have been able to make the distinction between those words at that age?? Then we can denounce that the Quran spoke about those specifications before the physicists discovered it by long centuries. That is to say that the Quran is the first book that makes the distinction between the natures of the water and this is a material proof of the Divine origin of such a book.

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