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 ...
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 ...
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.
Interesting earlier comments. The first one mentioning that language has no metaphysical significance is not accurate. Allah created the creation through his word 'Kun'. it's mentioned in the Quran, for those who ask for reference. 'Kun' is not just an idea or a concept, but it's a word from the divine speech. The angels also have a language, Syriac. That's ...
You quoted Revelation 22 as follows:
If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book: And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the Book of Life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book
and said ...
I can fully relate to your predicament of abuse. My father a devout muslim prays five times a day, fasts, gives to charity etc. But he is not only verbally abusive but physically abusive as well. He ran our home like a Dictator and often would assault my mother and us, often to no fault of ours mostly for just having a bad day. It was not uncommon for him ...
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 ...
I think those verses you are looking for that, Allah challenges People
Below Three verses
Say, "If mankind and the jinn gathered in order to produce the like of this Qur'an, they could not produce the like of it, even if they were to each other assistants."
 Al-Isra' : 88
Or do they say, "He invented it"? Say, "Then bring ten ...
To begin with, I think it is critical to understand from an Islamic standpoint that drinking alcohol is very different than supporting homosexuality. A drinking muslim is still a Muslim who sins; as long as he/she is not claiming drinking is halal. On the other hand —while knowing it is very clearly haram in Islam— claiming that homosexuality is OK or ...
It is my advice to you not to read articles by people who have no qualifications in Islam and are not scholars or people of knowledge in any way.
The Quran does not directly mention the prohibition of these actions between two women in exclusion to the general statement. Meaning, it is already present in the general verses of the Prophet Lut (AS), but is ...
The following verses are among those cited by scholars as evidence for, or references to, the Punishment of the grave ( عذاب القبر ) within the Quran:
النار يعرضون عليها غدوا وعشيا ويوم تقوم الساعة أدخلوا آل فرعون أشد العذاب
The Fire, they are exposed to it morning and evening. And the Day the Hour appears [it will be said], "Make the people of ...
It is up to Allah, may Allah protect us from that punishment, and forgive our sins.
But if you commit those deeds then you're at a greater risk of getting that punishment, compared to if you didn't do any of those deeds. Allah knows best.
Allah is beyond our capability to imagine.
"Say he is Allah - he's singular,
Allah is unexpendable,
he didn't give birth nor was he born,
and comparable to him is no one." Al-Ikhlas (purity).
Cannot be compared to anything.
Although there is "al-mathal al-a'la", when you for example explain something about Allah by means of something else ...
The statement can be of either Allah or Khidr.
قيل : هو من كلام الخضر ... وقيل : هو من كلام الله
— Tafsir al-Qurtubi
The expression فخشينا (we feared) can mean that "we knew", or that "we disliked".
قال الفراء: معنى فخشينا أي فعلمنا، وقال الزجاج: فخشينا من كلام الخضر، ومعناه كرهنا
— Lisan al-Arab, also see definition B3 and B4 in Lane'...