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It is not known. There is an incident mentioned in hadith where Solomon عليه السلام swears that he would sleep with his women and each would give birth to a child who would fight in the cause of Allah. The transmitters of the hadith differed in the number of women that they were sixty (Bukhari 7469), seventy (Bukhari 3424), ninety (Bukhari 6639), ninety-nine ...


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The Quran mentions crucifixion even before Moses ( عليه السلام), at the time of Joseph ( عليه السلام) . The interpretation of the dream of one of his companions in prison was that he would be crucified: يا صاحبي السجن أما أحدكما فيسقي ربه خمرا وأما الآخر فيصلب فتأكل الطير من رأسه قضي الأمر الذي فيه تستفتيان O two companions of prison, as for one of you, he ...


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Doubtful. The Qur'an is not a book of history. Even if one were to accept that every word in it is literally and completely accurate, all this ayah "proves" is that Pharaoh once threatened his people with this. It doesn't indicate that this was a common punishment, or even that it was ever actually accomplished. There's also the question of whether ...


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If the Qur'an is accepted as accurate, the only logical conclusion is that "coats of mail" made from "rings of chain armour" existed at the time of David and, as UmH has intimated in their comment, it was therefore not invented by the Celts.


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It is an occasion for Shias to discuss Allah The Holy Quran and the Ahlul Bayt and to strengthen ties among the Islamic community with love and compassion. It is done openly and Nazri is shared with all. Related to times of Imam Jaffer Sadiq (a.s) whose 8000+ scholars included many scholars from other strands of Islam. Have a blessed month of Rajab


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No king David was not Muslim neither was he Arab and definitely he was not an ishmaelite.


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David was not a Muslim.. David was a Jew from the tribe of Judah and the Son of Jesse the King of Israel. Judaism and Islam are two completely distinct Religions. To be a Jew at the time of David meant to observe all the Jewish laws in the Torah all 613 commandments. David, Moses, Jesus, Abraham, Isaac were not Muslims nor was Adam Job and Noah


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Nawfal is an Arabic name and has different meanings in Arabic : Nawfal نوفل (as noun) : Sea. Nawfal نوفل (as adjective): generous "for man". Nawfal نوفل (as adjective): charming "for child". and it's a good meanings , and as it's mentioned there were some of Sahaba share the same name "Nawfal" , so there is no reason to change ...


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Nawfal is an Arabic name. It was also the name of some of the sahaba such as: Nawfal bin Mu'awiyah ( نوفل بن معاوية بن عروة ). He accepted Islam at or before the conquest of Makkah and took part in the battles of Hunain and Taif; and the Hajj under Abu Bakr in 9 AH and later the the farewell Hajj under the Prophet ﷺ. He is a narrator of Hadith in Bukhari ...


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At the time of abu Bakr or even the Sahabah none of the 7 qira'at was established yet. Further the restrictions on the moshaf of 'Uthman or al-Moshaf al-Imam was not yet ordered. So reciting qur'an using synonyms and explanations was still allowed. All of these 7 and more are based on the qira'at of multiple Sahabah . The earliest of these qira'at were ...


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