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General Discussions / a question about 6:101‏
« on: March 04, 2016, 04:01:02 AM »
Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullah wa barakatuhu,

Dear brothers and sisters,

I have a question regarding 6:101, which puzzles me these days, constantly on my mind. Can you make a comment on this please:
ALLAH says in this ayat: " ... How could He have a son, when He does not have a companion ..." But when i read this ayat, Maryam(as) comes to my mind, as she gave birth to Isa (as) without a partner, by ALLAH's will. So why would ALLAH need (hasha) a companion for that ?
May ALLAH reward you all good in this world and the next.

General Discussions / Re: 24:45
« on: March 03, 2016, 07:59:51 AM »
Dear respected readers,

As-salamu alaykum

The Quran does not say 'every living being' as is being respectfully implied in this thread. The Quran uses the Arabic word 'daaba' which is a reference to 'moving creatures' which is a reference to specific creatures as shared below in the following article [1] below.

Please see an excerpt from the article:

"And God has created every moving creature (Arabic: dabbatin) from water. Of them there are some that creep on their bellies and some that walk on two legs; and some that walk on four. God creates what He wills for verily God has power over all things"

Da'aba comes from the root word: Dal-Ba-Ba which means to go gently, crawl, creep or walk. The word captures whatsoever moves on the earth, especially that of animals - beasts of burden, quadrupeds and any moving creature whether insects, birds or mankind. This ability to move is implicit in the meaning of the term 'Da'aba'.

Daabatun (n.): Moving creature; Crawling animal.
Dawaabbun (n.plu.): Crawling animals.
These kind of water based, moving living creatures have been spread throughout the Universe (42:29).

Assalamu alaikum Brother Joseph,

While 24:45 has no phrase like "every living thing" in it, 21:30 actually does have that phrase "kulla shayin hayyin" ! What about this ayat then ?

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