In Arabic repeating a word is simply a confirmation or an emphasized confirmation that intents to clear any doubt about the importance of what is said or to make clear that this is meant and nothing else.
Here a definition of التّوكيد (at-Tawakyd: confirmation) in Arabic grammar (translation by google translate):
هو أسلوب لُغويّ يؤتى به للتّحقيق وإزالة ...
No the verse says that Allah protects the sky or heaven.
clearly means protected and this is shown in several verses of the qur'an:
.... His Kursi extends over the heavens and the earth, and their preservation tires Him not. ... (2:255)
... And He restrains the sky from falling upon the earth, unless by His permission. Indeed Allah , to the ...
Yes, there is a difference. Hamza, Al-Kisai, and Khalaf all recited it as عَجِبْتُ making the doer in this verb 'I'. In the recitation of the remaining reciters, the doer is 'you' which is the Prophet Muhammad (SAW).
There have been two views of who the 'I' would be. The obvious answer is that the speaker is Allah. عَجِبْتُ literally means "I wonder.&...
Sana'a manuscripts do not "prove" that Qur'an is corrupted. In fact, it actually proves that the Hadith about seven different Ahrufs and Qir'at is authentic.
The claims of Non-Muslims regarding Sana'a manuscripts have been thoroughly debunked here in this video:-
I have seen some examples of alleged "...
The existence of some differences in the Sanaa manuscript to the Uthmanic script makes no difference to us. There are several possible sources of that difference including scribal mistakes and the manuscript recording a qira'a of the Quran that no longer exists today.
As for the Quran we have and its recitations, they were passed down from teacher to student ...
Brother asked a very Good Question,
First of all there is a a three hundred page book written by Farid, Ijaz and Manzur providing the complete refutation of the alleged non-preservation of the Quran using manuscripts.
There's no double negation in this verse
First of all the verse doesn't say:
and starts quoting what was prohibited.
Infact the verse started saying:
قل تعالوا أتل ما حرم ربكم عليكم
Qul ta'alaw atlu maa harrama rabukum 'alaikum.
Say, "Come, I will recite what your Lord has prohibited to you.
this initiates a list of things ...
Does this mean Prophet Muhammad thought shooting stars aka meteors were actual stars being thrown at devils?
It does not mean he thought they were "actual stars."
Which wouldn't really make much sense, considering how vast space is...a 'shooting star' can be easily avoided...common sense would tell us this..
We don't know how the Jinn work and ...
Say, "O My servants who have transgressed against themselves [by sinning], do not despair of the mercy of Allah. Indeed, Allah forgives all sins.1 Indeed, it is He who is the Forgiving, the Merciful." [ Az:Zumar:53]
Allah will forgive any sin if he wills.
Infact, it is haram for you to think that you have committed a sin that Allah will not forgive....
Qur'an itself is not created; it is the words that Allah had spoken. Perhaps this idea started from the Mushaf being something solid and toucheable.
I might find the link where I learned this but I don't promis anything. It's very reliable but i dont know where it is. if i find it i will send it here.
About the authenticity
The hadith is regarded as hassan by a majority of scholars. It appears in several sources among them Musnad Ahmad and Jami' at-Tirmidhi.
Is the interpretation "clouds" the only one existing
The point in this hadith is the interpretation of the word:
Most translations interpreted it as clouds, ibn al-Athir saidthis word ...
In Islam If Allah wants a soul to enter this world, He will be born one way or another.
Indeed, all things We created with predestination.
So even if you don't have child it doesn't mean he will not exist. He might born in other family. If the child's destination is hell he will go there in one way or another.
But we don't know that.
By not ...