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Islamic Duties / Quranic way of praying? Is it reading the Quran? 17:78?
« on: August 25, 2019, 08:51:36 PM »
17:78? Is it reading the Quran? It says that the Quran at dawn is witnessed, which means that we read the Quran during prayer?

Reading the Quran fits 4:102. The sectarian way of praying doesn't fit 4:102 because they never ever have their leader praying their same prayer session for multiple times and the sectarian prayer was invented later on which can be found in the books of bukhari & co while the Quran is fully detailed and giving answers to everything we need to know for salvation.

Roekoeh and sjoedjoed in Arabic means to yield and submit. If you do a word for word study you will find out that they can't mean the physical bowing and kneeling which is done by the sectarians. It rather means to yield and submit to the Quran when it is being recited or read.

Mary used to submit and yield with those who yield and submit. The whole Bible, from the Torah until the Gospel, will not tell you anything about a prayer method which is done by the sectarians. They used to read the Book as well in their prayer sessions.

General Discussions / Bakkah, the first House?
« on: August 17, 2019, 06:43:09 PM »
Bakkah in modern Petra? It fits the story in the Torah and the Injeel..

Mount Sinai in Arabia is below the golf of todays Aqaba and above Midian. Above the Mount is the desert of Paran and in that desert did Hagar and Ishmael receive the well from the Angel of the Lord.

Are there others who did some more research? I think i am 100% positive about Petra being Bakkah. It also fits the Zabur when David is singing about the valley of Baca.

I am now trying to figure out if the Restricted Temple is in todays Makkah or not. What about 48:24-25? If not, then there is no Restricted Temple anymore since a long time..?

General Discussions / Arafat?
« on: August 12, 2019, 08:09:29 AM »
Does someone know what Arafat, the Restricted Monument is? If someone could explain the truth about verse 2:198, then feel free to share the truth God willingly.

General Discussions / Assafwah wa almarwah?
« on: August 09, 2019, 06:28:49 AM »
I came to the conclusion that assafwa wa almarwah are not in Makkah close to the Temple but close to the House at Bakkah, read 2:158. Bakkah is near Jerusalem, see Psalm 84.

But what are assafwa and almarwah?

Is almarwah mount Moriah the Temple Mount in Jerusalem on which Abraham nearly sacrificed hes son Isaac? And is assafwa the rock on which Abraham nearly sacrificed hes son Isaac?

In the Quran if i do a word for word study on assafwa i come to the conclusion that it is a rock. But i can't really find the answer to almarwah other the using the Hebrew term Moriah. We see that the Quran uses this as well, an example with Mosa and Moshe.

General Discussions / The Quran, and the Gospel, Psalms and Torah?
« on: August 07, 2019, 05:15:52 AM »
I am reading the Quran from cover to cover again and i am now at chapter 4. The verses below i stumbled on are solid evidence that the Torah, Psalms and Gospel were there in the time of the Messenger of the Quran. Why are there so many Quran centric believers who deny the previous Scriptures?

2:41, 2:91, 2:113, 3:93, 3:113, 3:199.

And some i know from the top of my head, 5:43, 5:47, 5:68, 29:46.

The verses are crystal clear and these are not all of them. Why do these people keep bashing the previous Scriptures and rejecting those Quranic verses i shared. Their only argument is 1-2 Quranic verses they misread and most of the time they just say "we can't trust the Bible", because they are still brainwashed by the sectarians who obviously don't want you to read the other Scriptures, because knowledge is wisdom..

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