Sunday, April 11, 2010

Disagreement in early Islam about which son of Abraham was to be sacrificed.



Disagreement in early Islam about which son of Ibrahim was to be sacrificed.

23 April 2010 CE (1431 AH).

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The Quran names Isaac as the son to be sacrificed by Abraham.

The Quran names Ishaq as the son to be sacrificed by Ibrahim.

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What is the greatest sin against Allah, God in Islam? and

Music in Islam,

Stoning to death in Islam and the sacrifice of the son of Abraham (Ibrahim) (added at the end).

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Confusion in early Islam about which son of Abraham was to be sacrificed.

Which son was to be sacrificed by Abraham (Ibrahim) in the Quran?

The sacrifice of the son of Abraham in the Quran.

The sacrifice of the son of Ibrahim in the Quran.

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Sacrifice of Isaac or Ishmael? Sacrifice of Ishmael or Isaac? The Quran says Isaac was the son to be sacrificed.

Sacrifice of Ishaq or Ismail? Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishaq? The Quran says Ishaq was the son to be sacrificed.

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The name in the Quran of the son to be sacrificed by Abraham.

The name in the Quran of the son to be sacrificed by Ibrahim.

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The sacrifice of Ishmael or Isaac in the Quran?

The sacrifice of Ismail or Ishaq in the Quran?

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Confusion in early Islam about the name of the son of Abraham that was to be sacrificed.

Confusion in early Islam about the name of the son of Ibrahim that was to be sacrificed.

Confusion in early Islam about the name of the son of Ibraham that was to be sacrificed.

Confusion in early Islam about the name of the son of Ibraheem that was to be sacrificed.

Confusion in early Islam about the name of the son of Ebrahim that was to be sacrificed.

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The name of the son of Abraham to be sacrificed is named in the Quran.

The name of the son of Ibrahim to be sacrificed is named in the Quran.

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Which son of Abraham was to be sacrificed?

Which son of Ibrahim was to be sacrificed?

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The name of the son sacrificed by Abraham in the Quran.

The name of the son sacrificed by Ibrahim in the Quran.

The name of the son sacrificed by Ibraham in the Quran.

The name of the son sacrificed by Ibraheem in the Quran.

The name of the son sacrificed by Ebrahim in the Quran.

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Sacrifice of the son of Abraham in the Quran.

Abraham, Ishmael and Isaac in the Quran.

Ibrahim, Ismail and Ishaq on the Quran.

The sons of Abraham in the Quran.

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Abraham sacrifice Ishmael.

Abraham sacrifice Isaac.

Prophet Abraham sacrifice.

Hazrat Abraham sacrifice.

Story of Abraham sacrifice.

Abraham sacrificing his son.

Quran Abraham sacrifice.

Abraham the prophet.

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Ibrahim sacrifice Ismail.

Ibrahim sacrifice Ishaq.

Prophet Ibrahim sacrifice.

Hazrat Ibrahim sacrifice.

Story of Ibrahim sacrifice.

Ibrahim sacrificing his son.

Quran Ibrahim sacrifice.

Ibrahim the prophet.

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Ibraham sacrifice Ismail.

Ibraham sacrifice Ishaq.

Prophet Ibraham sacrifice.

Hazrat Ibraham sacrifice.

Story of Ibraham sacrifice.

Ibraham sacrificing his son.

Quran Ibraham sacrifice.

Ibraham the prophet.

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Ibraheem sacrifice Ismail.

Ibraheem sacrifice Ishaq.

Prophet Ibraheem sacrifice.

Hazrat Ibraheem sacrifice.

Story of Ibraheem sacrifice.

Ibraheem sacrificing his son.

Quran Ibraheem sacrifice.

Ibraheem the prophet.

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Ebrahim sacrifice Ismail.

Ebrahim sacrifice Ishaq.

Prophet Ebrahim sacrifice.

Hazrat Ebrahim sacrifice.

Story of Ebrahim sacrifice.

Ebrahim sacrificing his son.

Quran Ebrahim sacrifice.

Ebrahim the prophet.

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Sacrifice of Abraham.

Sacrifice of Ibrahim.

Sacrifice of Ibraheem.

Sacrifice of Ebrahim.

Sacrifice of Abraham’s son.

Sacrifice of Ibrahim’s son.

Sacrifice of Ibraheem’s son.

Sacrifice of Ebrahim’s son.

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Sacrifice of the son of Abraham.

Sacrifice of the son of Ibrahim.

Sacrifice of the son of Ibraheem.

Sacrifice of the son of Ebrahim.

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Sacrifice of Ishmael or Isaac?
Sacrifice of Ismail or Isaac?
Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishaq?
Sacrifice of Ismail or Is'haq?
Sacrifice of Ismail or Isac?
Sacrifice of Ismail or Isaq?
Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishaak?
Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishak?
Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishaaq?
Sacrifice of Ishmael or Ishaaq?
Sacrifice of Yismael or Yizhaq?

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Prophet Ishmael story.

Prophet Ismael story.

Prophet Ismail story.

Prophet Isma'il story.

Prophet Yismael story.

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Hazrat Ishmael story.

Hazrat Ismael story.

Hazrat Ismail story.

Hazrat Isma'il story.

Hazrat Yismael story.

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Prophet Isaac story.

Prophet Ishaq story.

Prophet Is'haq story.

Prophet Isac story.

Prophet Isaq story.

Prophet Ishaak story.

Prophet Ishak story.

Prophet Ishaaq story.

Prophet Yizhaq story.

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Hazrat Isaac story.

Hazrat Ishaq story.

Hazrat Is'haq story.

Hazrat Isac story.

Hazrat Isaq story.

Hazrat Ishaak story.

Hazrat Ishak story.

Hazrat Ishaaq story.

Hazrat Yizhaq story.

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Which of the sons of Abraham were to be sacrificed to God?

Which of the sons of Ibrahim were to be sacrificed to God?

Which of the sons of Ibraham were to be sacrificed to God?

Which of the sons of Ibraheem were to be sacrificed to God?

Which of the sons of Ebrahim were to be sacrificed to God?

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Sacrifice of Ishmael or Isaac?

Sacrifice of Isaac or Ishmael?

Ishmael and Isaac.

Isaac or Ishmael.

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Was Ishmael to be sacrificed to God?

Was Isaac to be sacrificed to God?

Sacrifice of Ismael or Isaac?

Sacrifice of Isaac or Ismael?

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Ismael or Isaac.

Isaac and Ismael.

Was Ismael to be sacrificed?

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Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishaq?

Sacrifice of Ishaq or Ismail?

Ismail and Ishaq.

Ishaq and Ismail.

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Was Ismail to be sacrificed to God?

Was Ishaq to be sacrificed to God?

Sacrifice of Ishmael or Ishaq?

Sacrifice of Ishaq or Ishmael?

Ishaq and Ishmael.

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Sacrifice of Ismail or Is'haq?

Sacrifice of Is'haq or Ismail?

Ismail and Is'haq.

Is'haq or Ismail.

Was Is'haq to be sacrificed to God?

Sacrifice of Ishmael or Is'haq?

Sacrifice of Is'haq or Ishmael?

Ishmael and Is'haq.

Is'haq and Ishmael.

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Sacrifice of Ismail or Isaaq?

Sacrifice of Isaaq or Ismail?

Ismail and Isaaq.

Isaaq and Ismail.

Was Isaaq to be sacrificed to God?

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Sacrifice of Ishmael or Isaaq?

Sacrifice of Isaaq or Ishmael?

Ishmael and Isaaq.

Isaaq and Ishmael.

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Sacrifice of Ismail or Isac?

Sacrifice of Isac or Ismail?

Ismail and Isac.

Isac and Ismail.

Was Isac to be sacrificed to God?

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Sacrifice of Ishmael or Isac?

Sacrifice of Isac or Ishmael?

Ishmael and Isac.

Isac and Ishmael.

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Sacrifice of Ismail or Isaq?

Sacrifice of Isaq or Ismail?

Ismail and Isaq.

Isaq and Ismail.

Was Isaq to be sacrificed to God?

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Sacrifice of Ishmael or Isaq?

Sacrifice of Isaq or Ishmael?

Ishmael and Isaq.

Isaq and Ishmael.

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Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishak?

Sacrifice of Ishak or Ismail?

Ismail and Ishak.

Ishak and Ismail.

Was Ishak to be sacrificed to God?

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Sacrifice of Ishmael or Ishak?

Sacrifice of Ishak or Ishmael?

Ishmael and Ishak.

Ishak and Ishmael.

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Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishaak?

Sacrifice of Ishaak or Ismail?

Ismail and Ishaak.

Ishaak and Ismail.

Was Ishaak to be sacrificed to God?

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Sacrifice of Ishmael or Ishaak?

Sacrifice of Ishaak or Ishmael?

Ishmael and Ishaak.

Ishaak and Ishmael.

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Sacrifice of Yismael or Yizhaq?

Sacrifice of Yizhaq or Yismael?

Yismael and Yizhaq.

Yizhaq and Yismael.

Was Yismael to be sacrificed to God?

Was Yizhaq to be sacrificed to God?

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Ishmael in the Quran.

Ismael in the Quran.

Ismail in the Quran.

Isma'il in the Quran.

Yismael in the Quran.

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Ishmael in Islam.

Ismael in Islam.

Ismail in Islam.

Isma'il in Islam.

Yismael in Islam.

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Isaac in the Quran.

Ishaq in the Quran.

Is'haq in the Quran.

Isac in the Quran.

Isaq in the Quran.

Ishaak in the Quran.

Ishak in the Quran.

Isaaq in the Quran.

Yizhaq in the Quran.

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Isaac in Islam.

Ishaq in Islam.

Is'haq in Islam.

Isac in Islam.

Isaq in Islam.

Ishaak in Islam.

Ishak in Islam.

Isaaq in Islam.

Yizhaq in Islam.

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Was Ishmael to be sacrificed to Allah?

Was Isaac to be sacrificed to Allah?

Was Ismail to be sacrificed to Allah?

Was Ishaq to be sacrificed to Allah?

Was Is'haq to be sacrificed to Allah?

Was Isac to be sacrificed to Allah?

Was Ishak to be sacrificed to Allah?

Was Ishaak to be sacrificed to Allah?

Was Yismael to be sacrificed to Allah?

Was Yizhaq to be sacrificed to Allah?

Which of the sons of Abraham were to be sacrificed to Allah?

Which of the sons of Ibrahim were to be sacrificed to Allah?

Which of the sons of Ibraham were to be sacrificed to Allah?

Which of the sons of Ibraheem were to be sacrificed to Allah?

Which of the sons of Ebrahim were to be sacrificed to Allah?

Islam and the son of Abraham (Ibrahim, Ibraham, Ibraheem, Ebrahim) that was to be sacrificed.

Islam and the son of Abraham that was to be sacrificed.

Islam and the son of Ibrahim that was to be sacrificed.

The son sacrificed by Abraham (Ibrahim, Ibraham, Ibraheem, Ebrahim) in the Quran.

The son sacrificed by Abraham in the Quran.

The son sacrificed by Ibrahim in the Quran.

The son of Abraham to be sacrificed is named in the Quran.

The son of Ibrahim to be sacrificed is named in the Quran.

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INDEX of: The sacrifice of the son of Abraham (Ibrahim) in the Quran.

Using names in English.

1. Who was the son that God ordered Abraham (Ibrahim, Ibraham, Ibraheem, Ebrahim) to sacrifice?

2. There was disagreement among Muslims in the early history of Islam about the name of the son that God ordered Abraham (Ibrahim) to sacrifice.

3. In the early history of Islam there was confusion about which of the sons of Abraham (Ibrahim) was the “only son of Abraham (Ibrahim)” that God asked as a sacrifice because there seemed two possible answers.

4. Was Ishmael (Ismail) “the only son of Abraham (Ibrahim)” that was to be sacrificed?

5. The birth of Ishmael (Ismail) to Hagar (Hajar).

6. The birth of Isaac (Ishaq) to Sarah.

7. A miracle birth in the family of Abraham (Ibrahim) brings the possibility of future conflict over inheritance between the mothers or the children of Abraham (Ibrahim).

8. God protected the righteousness of Abraham (Ibrahim), Ishmael (Ismail) and Isaac (Ishaq).

9. God separated Ishmael (Ismail) and Isaac (Ishaq).

10. God takes care of Ishmael (Ismail) and his mother Hagar (Hajar).

11. God saves Hagar (Hajar) and Ishmael (Ismail) from death in the desert.

12. Was Isaac (Ishaq) “the only son of Abraham (Ibrahim)” that was to be sacrificed?

13. Ishmael (Ismail) and Isaac (Ishaq) are brothers with different mothers and one father Abraham (Ibrahim).

14. Which son of Abraham (Ibrahim) was to be sacrificed?

15. Guidance from the Quran on the question of the sacrifice of the son of Abraham (Ibrahim).

16. God guides “don’t make false interpretations of the Quran.”

17. Ishmael (Ismail) and Isaac (Ishaq) are the two son’s of Abraham (Ibrahim) of which one was ordered by God to be sacrificed.

(17-1). Ishmael (Ismail) and Isaac (Ishaq) are brothers in blood through their father Abraham (Ibrahim).

(17-2). Ishmael (Ismail) and Isaac (Ishaq) are both Prophets of God.

(17-3). Abraham (Ibrahim), Ishmael (Ismail), Isaac (Ishaq), Jacob (Yaqub, Yaqoob, Yaqob, Israel) and the tribes (12 tribes of the children of Israel and others) in passed generations.

(17-4). The guidance given by God to understanding His Quran.

(17-5). Isaac (Ishaq) and Ishmael (Ismail) are both Prophets of God.

(17-6). Abraham (Ibrahim) sacrificed “his only son”.

(17-7). Quran: “In those in whose hearts there is a deviation (from the truth) they shall follow that which is not entirely clear (for them in the Quran) seeking to mislead.”

18. Which son of Abraham (Ibrahim) was to be sacrificed in the Quran?

19. Is Ishmael (Ismail) the son that God ordered sacrificed?

20. Is Isaac (Ishaq) the son that God ordered sacrificed?

(20-1). Study the way the Quran verses are structured and revealed.

(20-2). The structure of the Quran Noah (Nuh) verses before the Abraham (Ibrahim) verses in Quran chapter 37.

(20-3). The verses before the Abraham (Ibrahim) verses are about Noah (Nuh).

(20-4). The Great flood Noah (Nuh) Quran verses are before the Abraham (Ibrahim) verses.

(20-5). The structure of the Noah (Nuh) verses before the Abraham (Ibrahim) verses in the Quran.

(20-6). The Noah (Nuh) verse structure in the Quran.

(20-7). The verses after Noah (Nuh) are about Abraham (Ibrahim).

(20-8). In the Quran the structure of the verses about the sacrifice of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son is the same as the structure of the previous Noah (Nuh) verses.

(20-9). Comparing the Abraham (Ibrahim) and the Noah (Nuh) verse structure in the Quran.

(20-10). Is Isaac (Ishaq) really the son that Abraham (Ibrahim) was to sacrifice?

21. Are we being misled by what we have found so far in the Quran or are we being correctly guided?

(21-1). Can we be sure that Isaac (Ishaq) is the son who is ordered to be sacrificed in the Quran?

(21-2). Abraham (Ibrahim) receives the “good news” of the coming birth of a son.

(21-3). The other son of Abraham (Ibrahim), Ishmael (Ismail) is not named anywhere in the Quran chapter 37 that describes Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) sacrifice of his son.

(21-4). Are the verses in Quran chapter 37 about Abraham (Ibrahim) and the sacrifice of his son about one son or two sons?

(21-5). Are we misled if we decide that Isaac (Ishaq) is the son that was called to be sacrificed by Abraham (Ibrahim)?

(21-6). The son to be sacrificed by Abraham (Ibrahim) had the gift to interpret and understand the meaning of stories and events.

22. Why is the name of the son to be sacrificed by Abraham (Ibrahim) not given in Quran verse 37:101?

(22-1). The reason that the name of the son to be sacrificed by Abraham (Ibrahim) is not given in Quran verse 37:101.

(22-2). Abraham (Ibrahim) and Isaac (Ishaq) are both blessed together by God.

23. Why is Isaac (Ishaq) named in chapter 37 about God’s order to Abraham (Ibrahim) to sacrifice his son but Ishmael (Ismail) is not named?

(23-1). Ishmael (Ismail) is not mentioned anywhere in the Quran chapter 37 which deals with Abraham (Ibrahim) willing to sacrifice his son but Isaac (Ishaq) is named.

(23-2). In Quran chapter 37 can we reject the idea that the two sections about the birth of a righteous son are talking about the same son?

(23-3). In Quran 37:100 – 37:107 the birth of the son in the sacrifice to God is not named but in Quran 37:112 – 37:113 the birth of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son is given as Isaac (Ishaq).

(23-4). Why would Isaac (Ishaq) be mentioned in chapter 37 about God’s order to sacrifice Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son and Ishmael (Ismail) not be mentioned?

(23-5). God guides how you understand the Quran.

(23-6). Why do you believe that the son of Abraham (Ibrahim) to be sacrificed was Ishmael (Ismail)?

(23-7). Why do you believe that the son of Abraham (Ibrahim) to be sacrificed was Isaac (Ishaq)?

(23-8). What about those that say I do not know if the son to be sacrificed was Ishmael (Ismail) or Isaac (Ishaq)?

(23-9) What happens in the hereafter to people who believe different things from the same verse?

(23-10). God made a promise of remembrance of Abraham (Ibrahim) among future generations in Quran 37:108.

(23-11). God made the promise of the remembrance of Abraham (Ibrahim) as an example of the reward of the grace of God for those that do good.

(23-12). Would God fail to clearly name the son that God ordered Abraham (Ibrahim) to sacrifice?

(23-13). Every prophet is righteous so why did God add the word righteous to the word prophet (Isaac (Ishaq), a prophet of the “righteous”) in Quran 3:112?

(23-14). Why are both the words “good news” and “righteous” connected to the birth of the son of Abraham (Ibrahim) that God ordered to be sacrificed?

(23-15). God would not fail to name the son that was to be sacrificed by Abraham (Ibrahim) because God always keeps His promise.

(23-16). If Ishmael (Ismail) was not the son that was sacrificed then where was Ishmael (Ismail) during the sacrifice?

(23-17). Could the son that God ordered Abraham (Ibrahim) to sacrifice be Ishmael (Ismail)?

(23-18). Could Isaac (Ishaq) in Quran 37:112 be a reward to Abraham (Ibrahim) as a result of the sacrifice of Ishmael (Ismail)?

(23-19). Is God blessing Isaac (Ishaq) or Isaac (Ishaq) and his off spring in Quran 37:113?

24. The “good news” birth of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son in the Quran.

(24-1). How is the word “good news” birth used in the Quran regarding the birth of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) “good news” son?

(24-2). In Quran 3:7 and Quran 3:8 we are encouraged to be very careful incase we are among the misguided.

(24-3). Good news of miracle births is normally delivered by God’s Angels.

(24-4). Angel’s of God deliver “good news” of the birth of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son.

(24-5). The birth of Ishmael (Ismail) was a normal birth with Hagar (Hajar).

(24-6) It was Abraham (Ibrahim) and Sarah (the first wife) who at old age were visited by God’s Angels and given the “good news” of the coming miracle birth of a son, Isaac (Ishaq).

(24-7) Since the “good news” is delivered to both the unnamed son of Abraham (Ibrahim) in Quran 37:100 – 37:107 and the named son Isaac (Ishaq) in Quran 37:112 – 37:113 this shows that both refer to Isaac (Ishaq) because the birth of Ishmael (Ismail) was a normal birth.

(24-8). The “good news” birth of Isaac (Ishaq) revealed by the angles of God to Abraham (Ibrahim) and Sarah in Quran chapter 11.

25. The Quran chapter 11 uses “good news” three times all referring to Isaac (Ishaq).

(25-1). The “Good news” of the coming miracle birth of Isaac (Ishaq) is delivered by the angles of God to Abraham (Ibrahim) and Sarah.

(25-2). The use of the word “good news” in Quran chapter 11.

In Quran chapter 11, angels of God bring the “good news” of the future birth of Isaac (Ishaq).

(25-3). In Quran chapter 11 the word “good news” is used three times in Quran 11:69, 11:71 and 11:74.

(25-4). In Quran chapter 11 the first verse 11:69 and the second verse 11:71 both contain the word “Good news” to reveal the coming of the miracle birth of Isaac (Ishaq).

(25-5). Then in Quran 11:72 the story reveals that the birth of Isaac (Ishaq) is a miracle (something that is normally not possible) from God to Abraham (Ibrahim) and his wife, Sarah.

(25-6). Isaac (Ishaq) is described by God as God’s mercy and a blessing.

(25-7). In Quran 11:74 is the third use of the word “Good news” and it is referring back to the first good news of the coming of the miracle birth of Isaac (Ishaq) and then the story again moves forward.

(25-8). The son described in the “good news” coming birth is Isaac (Ishaq).

(25-9). Quran chapter 11 sometimes names Isaac (Ishaq) and sometimes it does not name Isaac (Ishaq) but “good news” always means Isaac (Ishaq).

(25 -10). Abraham (Ibrahim) and Isaac (Ishaq) and “good news” in Quran chapter 11 and 37.

26. In Quran chapter 37 about Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) sacrifice there is no mention of Ishmael (Ismail).

(26-1). In Quran chapter 37 there is no mention of Ishmael (Ismail) because Quran chapter 37 is referring to one son Isaac (Ishaq) and this becomes clear in Quran 37:113 where God blesses Abraham (Ibrahim) and Isaac (Ishaq).

(26-2). If Ishmael (Ismail) had been the son to be sacrificed in Quran chapter 37 then Ishmael (Ismail) would be mentioned in Quran 37:113 as being blessed along side his father’s name Abraham (Ibrahim).

(26-3). In Quran chapter 37 God blesses Abraham (Ibrahim) and his son Isaac (Ishaq).

(26-4). The “good news” birth of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son is used in the Quran to always refer to Isaac (Ishaq).

27. The relationship between the birth of the son who is to be sacrificed and the verses before it in Quran chapter 37.

(27-1). The verses before Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) prayer for a “righteous son” are before Quran 37:100.

(27-2). The verses of Abraham (Ibrahim) praying for a “righteous son” (Quran 37:100).

(27-3). The verse to Abraham (Ibrahim) from God of the “good news” of a son (Quran 37:101).

(27-4). The story of Abraham (Ibrahim) before the verse of the unnamed son (37:85 – 37:100).

(27-5). In the story of Abraham (Ibrahim) in Quran 19:46 – 19:49 God gives Abraham (Ibrahim) the son named Isaac (Ishaq).

(27-6). The name of the righteous son of Abraham (Ibrahim) that is to be sacrificed is made clear in the identical story of Quran 19:46 – 19:49 and the story in Quran 37:85 to Quran 37:101.

(27-7). In Quran 19:49 God reveals that this story is about God giving Abraham (Ibrahim), a son Isaac (Ishaq) and from Isaac’s (Ishaq’s) children came Jacob (Yaqub, Yaqoob, Yaqob, Israel).

28. If Isaac (Ishaq) was ordered by God to be sacrificed by Abraham (Ibrahim) then where was Ishmael (Ismail) at that time?

(28-1). The separation by God of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) two sons.

(28-2). After God took Ishmael (Ismail) into His (God’s) care in the desert, Isaac (Ishaq) became Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) “only son” living with Abraham (Ibrahim) and Sarah. Ishmael (Ismail) and Hagar lived in the desert under the care of God as revealed in Quran 14:37.

29. Explaining some questions about Ishmael (Ismail) and Isaac (Ishaq).

(29-1). Explaining Quran 14:39 about the birth of Ishmael (Ismail) and Isaac (Ishaq) at old age.

(29-2). The word “good news” always refers to the coming birth of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son Isaac (Ishaq) in 4 different chapters in the Quran.

(29-3). THE FIRST CHAPTER to describe the coming birth of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son AND NAMES THAT SON as Isaac (Ishaq) is chapter 11 Quran 11:69 – 11:74.

(29-4). THE SECOND CHAPTER to describe the coming birth of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son BUT DOES NOT NAME THE SON is chapter 15 Quran 15:51 – 15:60.

(29-5). The story of the “good news” births in Quran chapter 11 and chapter 15 refer to Isaac (Ishaq).

(29-6). THE THIRD CHAPTER to describe the birth of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son Isaac (Ishaq) is in chapter 37 Quran 37:85 – 37:113.

(29-7). If “good news” did not mean Isaac (Ishaq) then is there anything else in the Quran that can confirm who this son is?

(29-8). THE FOURTH CHAPTER to describe the birth of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son Isaac (Ishaq) is in chapter 19 Quran 19:46 – 19:49.

(29-9). In chapter 19 Quran 19:48 Abraham (Ibrahim) leaves his father and the other idol worshippers and Abraham (Ibrahim) prays to God to be blessed.

(29-10). In chapter 19 Quran 19:49 the Quran says when Abraham (Ibrahim) leaves them (his father and the other idol worshippers and God gave him (Abraham, Ibrahim) (a son) Isaac (Ishaq) and (later through Isaac’s, Ishaq’s son) Jacob (Yaqub, Yaqoob, Yaqob, Israel).

(29-11). Quran 19:48 and Quran 19:49 confirm that it was after Abraham (Ibrahim) left his father and the idol worshippers and prayed to God to be blessed (by a child) that God gave Abraham (Ibrahim) the son Isaac (Ishaq).

(29-12). Quran 19:48 and Quran 19:49 are the verses of Abraham (Ibrahim) leaving his father and the other idol worshippers and then Abraham (Ibrahim) prays to God to be blessed and then God gives Abraham (Ibrahim) the son Isaac (Ishaq).

(29-13). Quran 19:48 – 19:49 is the same story and the same son Isaac (Ishaq) as is in Quran 37:85 – 37:101

(29-14). Quran 37:85 to Quran 37:101 is the story of Abraham (Ibrahim) leaving his father and the other idol worshippers and then Abraham (Ibrahim) prays to God to be blessed and then God gives Abraham (Ibrahim) the son Isaac (Ishaq).

(29-15). Quran 19:48 and Quran 19:49 names Isaac (Ishaq) as the son that God reveals to Abraham (Ibrahim) after Abraham (Ibrahim) leaves his father and the other idol worshippers and then Abraham (Ibrahim) prays to God to be blessed and then the coming of Isaac (Ishaq) is revealed by the angles of God.

(29-16). The story of Abraham (Ibrahim) before the sacrifice of his son is in Quran 37:85 – 37:100.

(29-17). God gives Abraham (Ibrahim) “good news” of a son in Quran 37:101 and this is the son named in Quran 19:48 and Quran 19:49 because they are both the same story.

(29-18). Isaac (Ishaq) is the son to be born to Abraham (Ibrahim) that is named in Quran 19:48 and Quran 19:49 and it is the same story as Quran 37:85 to 37:101.

(29-19). Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son Isaac (Ishaq) is referred to as “good news” in Quran chapter 11, 15 and 19 which refer to the miracle birth of Isaac (Ishaq).

(29-20). The ”good news” birth of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son in Quran 37:101 is Isaac (Ishaq) as it is Isaac (Ishaq) in all the “good news” births in Quran chapter 11, 15 and 19.

(29-21). The son that was to be sacrificed is the son who was the “good news” birth in Quran 37:100 and ordered by God to be killed as a sacrifice to God in Quran 37:102.

(29-22). Isaac (Ishaq) is the son of Abraham (Ibrahim) that is ordered to be sacrificed because the order from God to Abraham (Ibrahim) to kill his son as a sacrifice to God in Quran 37:102 was the son in Quran 37:101 known as the “good news” birth. The “good news” birth in the Abraham (Ibrahim) stories in the Quran always means the story of the miracle birth of Isaac (Ishaq) when the angels of God brought the “good news” of the miracle coming birth of Isaac (Ishaq) to Sarah and Abraham (Ibrahim).

(29-23). In Quran chapter 37 the structure of the verses for Noah (Nuh) and Abraham (Ibrahim) are the same.

(29-24). After the verse “He (Noah, Nuh) is one of Our believing servants” the last verse follows and reveals more about the earlier revealed event which was the flood.

(29-25). In Quran chapter 37 the structure of the Abraham (Ibrahim) verses is the same as the Noah (Nuh) verses that are before it.

(29-26). After the verse “He (Abraham, Ibrahim) is one of Our believing servants” the next verse follows and like the same Noah (Nuh) verse, the same Abraham (Ibrahim) verse also returns to talk directly about the earlier verse which in the Abraham (Ibrahim) verse is the sacrifice. It does this by naming the “good news” birth son as Isaac (Ishaq).

(29-27). The meaning of Quran 37:112 and Quran 37:113.

(29-28). Abraham (Ibrahim) has the reward from God of the saving of the life of Isaac (Ishaq) and the remembrance of Abraham (Ibrahim) by mankind because of the great sacrifice.

(29-29). Summery of some of the revelations about Abraham (Ibrahim), Ishmael (Ismail) and Isaac (Ishaq) in the Quran that were discussed earlier.

30. The Quran is complete with nothing missing.

(30-1). God did not forget anything in his Quran and the name of the son that was to be sacrificed has been protected for 1400 years for everyone that God guides to see.

(30-2). The understanding of the clear verses in the Quran.

(30-3). The understanding of the Quran by people that do not speak the truth.

(30-4). The understanding of the Quran by people who pray to God for guidance because they do not understand verses in the Quran.

(30-5). God gives the correct interpretation of the Quran to the people that God correctly guides.

(30-6). The way to understand the Quran when using Quran 3:7 and 3:8 is to thank God for whatever God shall reveal.

(30-7). Ishmael (Ismail) and Isaac (Ishaq) are both the sons of Abraham (Ibrahim) who is the father of the religion of Abraham (Ibrahim).

(30-8). Ishmael (Ismail) and Isaac (Ishaq) are both Muslim because they both believe and obey God.

(30-9). Islam is the religion that follows the religion of Abraham (Ibrahim).

(30-10). Praise is to God (thanks go to God).

(30-11). Quran chapter 37 on the sacrifice of the son of Abraham (Ibrahim) can now be safely interpreted with confidence, God willing.

31. God has put the true interpretation of the Quran in the Quran.

(31-1). In the first sentence in the guidance of Quran 3:7 God tells us, “It is He (God) who has sent down to you (Prophet Mohamed) the Book (this Quran). In it are revelations that are entirely clear…”

(31-2). When our understanding of what we read in the Quran is “completely clear” then we know our interpretation is correct, God willing (unless we are among the incorrectly guided).

(31-3) God hides the clear verses in the Quran from some people until God decides to make it clear to them.

(31-4). God hides the clear verses to find the righteous people that say “I do not know the meaning of this verses but I believe it is from God and I pray to God to reveal its true meaning to me if or when God wills to reveal it to me.”

(31-5). People that are misled to the wrong understanding of the Quran often believe they understand the Quran although they really do not understand the Quran.

(31-6). Understanding of the Quran is not the memorizing of the whole Quran because among all the people that memorize the Quran are still those with wrong understanding.

(31-7) Using Quran 3:7 and Quran 3:8 to make what was unclear become clear, God willing.

See: The sacrifice of the son of Abraham in the Quran. With names in English http://sites.google.com/site/somaliaamateurradio/islam001

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INDEX: The sacrifice of the son of Abraham (Ibrahim) in the Quran.


Using names in Arabic.

1. Who was the son that Allah ordered Abraham (Ibrahim, Ibraham, Ibraheem, Ebrahim) to sacrifice?

2. There was disagreement among Muslims in the early history of Islam about the name of the son that Allah ordered Abraham (Ibrahim) to sacrifice.

3. In the early history of Islam there was confusion about which of the sons of Abraham (Ibrahim) was the “only son of Abraham (Ibrahim)” that Allah asked as a sacrifice because there seemed two possible answers.

4. Was Ishmael (Ismail) “the only son of Abraham (Ibrahim)” that was to be sacrificed?

5. The birth of Ishmael (Ismail) to Hagar (Hajar).

6. The birth of Isaac (Ishaq) to Sarah.

7. A miracle birth in the family of Abraham (Ibrahim) brings the possibility of future conflict over inheritance between the mothers or the children of Abraham (Ibrahim).

8. Allah protected the righteousness of Abraham (Ibrahim), Ishmael (Ismail) and Isaac (Ishaq).

9. Allah separated Ishmael (Ismail) and Isaac (Ishaq).

10. Allah takes care of Ishmael (Ismail) and his mother Hagar (Hajar).

11. Allah saves Hagar (Hajar) and Ishmael (Ismail) from death in the desert.

12. Was Isaac (Ishaq) “the only son of Abraham (Ibrahim)” that was to be sacrificed?

13. Ishmael (Ismail) and Isaac (Ishaq) are brothers with different mothers and one father Abraham (Ibrahim).

14. Which son of Abraham (Ibrahim) was to be sacrificed?

15. Guidance from the Quran on the question of the sacrifice of the son of Abraham (Ibrahim).

16. Allah guides “don’t make false interpretations of the Quran.”

17. Ishmael (Ismail) and Isaac (Ishaq) are the two son’s of Abraham (Ibrahim) of which one was ordered by Allah to be sacrificed.

(17-1). Ishmael (Ismail) and Isaac (Ishaq) are brothers in blood through their father Abraham (Ibrahim).

(17-2). Ishmael (Ismail) and Isaac (Ishaq) are both Prophets of Allah.

(17-3). Abraham (Ibrahim), Ishmael (Ismail), Isaac (Ishaq), Jacob (Yaqub, Yaqoob, Yaqob, Israel) and the tribes (12 tribes of the children of Israel and others) in passed generations.

(17-4). The guidance given by Allah to understanding His Quran.

(17-5). Isaac (Ishaq) and Ishmael (Ismail) are both Prophets of Allah.

(17-6). Abraham (Ibrahim) sacrificed “his only son”.

(17-7). Quran: “In those in whose hearts there is a deviation (from the truth) they shall follow that which is not entirely clear (for them in the Quran) seeking to mislead.”

18. Which son of Abraham (Ibrahim) was to be sacrificed in the Quran?

19. Is Ishmael (Ismail) the son that Allah ordered sacrificed?

20. Is Isaac (Ishaq) the son that Allah ordered sacrificed?

(20-1). Study the way the Quran verses are structured and revealed.

(20-2). The structure of the Quran Noah (Nuh) verses before the Abraham (Ibrahim) verses in Quran chapter 37.

(20-3). The verses before the Abraham (Ibrahim) verses are about Noah (Nuh).

(20-4). The Great flood Noah (Nuh) Quran verses are before the Abraham (Ibrahim) verses.

(20-5). The structure of the Noah (Nuh) verses before the Abraham (Ibrahim) verses in the Quran.

(20-6). The Noah (Nuh) verse structure in the Quran.

(20-7). The verses after Noah (Nuh) are about Abraham (Ibrahim).

(20-8). In the Quran the structure of the verses about the sacrifice of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son is the same as the structure of the previous Noah (Nuh) verses.

(20-9). Comparing the Abraham (Ibrahim) and the Noah (Nuh) verse structure in the Quran.

(20-10). Is Isaac (Ishaq) really the son that Abraham (Ibrahim) was to sacrifice?

21. Are we being misled by what we have found so far in the Quran or are we being correctly guided?

(21-1). Can we be sure that Isaac (Ishaq) is the son who is ordered to be sacrificed in the Quran?

(21-2). Abraham (Ibrahim) receives the “good news” of the coming birth of a son.

(21-3). The other son of Abraham (Ibrahim), Ishmael (Ismail) is not named anywhere in the Quran chapter 37 that describes Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) sacrifice of his son.

(21-4). Are the verses in Quran chapter 37 about Abraham (Ibrahim) and the sacrifice of his son about one son or two sons?

(21-5). Are we misled if we decide that Isaac (Ishaq) is the son that was called to be sacrificed by Abraham (Ibrahim)?

(21-6). The son to be sacrificed by Abraham (Ibrahim) had the gift to interpret and understand the meaning of stories and events.

22. Why is the name of the son to be sacrificed by Abraham (Ibrahim) not given in Quran verse 37:101?

(22-1). The reason that the name of the son to be sacrificed by Abraham (Ibrahim) is not given in Quran verse 37:101.

(22-2). Abraham (Ibrahim) and Isaac (Ishaq) are both blessed together by Allah.

23. Why is Isaac (Ishaq) named in chapter 37 about Allah’s order to Abraham (Ibrahim) to sacrifice his son but Ishmael (Ismail) is not named?

(23-1). Ishmael (Ismail) is not mentioned anywhere in the Quran chapter 37 which deals with Abraham (Ibrahim) willing to sacrifice his son but Isaac (Ishaq) is named.

(23-2). In Quran chapter 37 can we reject the idea that the two sections about the birth of a righteous son are talking about the same son?

(23-3). In Quran 37:100 – 37:107 the birth of the son in the sacrifice to Allah is not named but in Quran 37:112 – 37:113 the birth of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son is given as Isaac (Ishaq).

(23-4). Why would Isaac (Ishaq) be mentioned in chapter 37 about Allah’s order to sacrifice Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son and Ishmael (Ismail) not be mentioned?

(23-5). Allah guides how you understand the Quran.

(23-6). Why do you believe that the son of Abraham (Ibrahim) to be sacrificed was Ishmael (Ismail)?

(23-7). Why do you believe that the son of Abraham (Ibrahim) to be sacrificed was Isaac (Ishaq)?

(23-8). What about those that say I do not know if the son to be sacrificed was Ishmael (Ismail) or Isaac (Ishaq)?

(23-9) What happens in the hereafter to people who believe different things from the same verse?

(23-10). Allah made a promise of remembrance of Abraham (Ibrahim) among future generations in Quran 37:108.

(23-11). Allah made the promise of the remembrance of Abraham (Ibrahim) as an example of the reward of the grace of Allah for those that do good.

(23-12). Would Allah fail to clearly name the son that Allah ordered Abraham (Ibrahim) to sacrifice?

(23-13). Every prophet is righteous so why did Allah add the word righteous to the word prophet (Isaac (Ishaq), a prophet of the “righteous”) in Quran 3:112?

(23-14). Why are both the words “good news” and “righteous” connected to the birth of the son of Abraham (Ibrahim) that Allah ordered to be sacrificed?

(23-15). Allah would not fail to name the son that was to be sacrificed by Abraham (Ibrahim) because Allah always keeps His promise.

(23-16). If Ishmael (Ismail) was not the son that was sacrificed then where was Ishmael (Ismail) during the sacrifice?

(23-17). Could the son that Allah ordered Abraham (Ibrahim) to sacrifice be Ishmael (Ismail)?

(23-18). Could Isaac (Ishaq) in Quran 37:112 be a reward to Abraham (Ibrahim) as a result of the sacrifice of Ishmael (Ismail)?

(23-19). Is Allah blessing Isaac (Ishaq) or Isaac (Ishaq) and his off spring in Quran 37:113?

24. The “good news” birth of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son in the Quran.

(24-1). How is the word “good news” birth used in the Quran regarding the birth of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) “good news” son?

(24-2). In Quran 3:7 and Quran 3:8 we are encouraged to be very careful incase we are among the misguided.

(24-3). Good news of miracle births is normally delivered by Allah’s Angels.

(24-4). Angel’s of Allah deliver “good news” of the birth of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son.

(24-5). The birth of Ishmael (Ismail) was a normal birth with Hagar (Hajar).

(24-6) It was Abraham (Ibrahim) and Sarah (the first wife) who at old age were visited by Allah’s Angels and given the “good news” of the coming miracle birth of a son, Isaac (Ishaq).

(24-7) Since the “good news” is delivered to both the unnamed son of Abraham (Ibrahim) in Quran 37:100 – 37:107 and the named son Isaac (Ishaq) in Quran 37:112 – 37:113 this shows that both refer to Isaac (Ishaq) because the birth of Ishmael (Ismail) was a normal birth.

(24-8). The “good news” birth of Isaac (Ishaq) revealed by the angles of Allah to Abraham (Ibrahim) and Sarah in Quran chapter 11.

25. The Quran chapter 11 uses “good news” three times all referring to Isaac (Ishaq).

(25-1). The “Good news” of the coming miracle birth of Isaac (Ishaq) is delivered by the angles of Allah to Abraham (Ibrahim) and Sarah.

(25-2). The use of the word “good news” in Quran chapter 11.

In Quran chapter 11, angels of Allah bring the “good news” of the future birth of Isaac (Ishaq).

(25-3). In Quran chapter 11 the word “good news” is used three times in Quran 11:69, 11:71 and 11:74.

(25-4). In Quran chapter 11 the first verse 11:69 and the second verse 11:71 both contain the word “Good news” to reveal the coming of the miracle birth of Isaac (Ishaq).

(25-5). Then in Quran 11:72 the story reveals that the birth of Isaac (Ishaq) is a miracle (something that is normally not possible) from Allah to Abraham (Ibrahim) and his wife, Sarah.

(25-6). Isaac (Ishaq) is described by Allah as Allah’s mercy and a blessing.

(25-7). In Quran 11:74 is the third use of the word “Good news” and it is referring back to the first good news of the coming of the miracle birth of Isaac (Ishaq) and then the story again moves forward.

(25-8). The son described in the “good news” coming birth is Isaac (Ishaq).

(25-9). Quran chapter 11 sometimes names Isaac (Ishaq) and sometimes it does not name Isaac (Ishaq) but “good news” always means Isaac (Ishaq).

(25 -10). Abraham (Ibrahim) and Isaac (Ishaq) and “good news” in Quran chapter 11 and 37.

26. In Quran chapter 37 about Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) sacrifice there is no mention of Ishmael (Ismail).

(26-1). In Quran chapter 37 there is no mention of Ishmael (Ismail) because Quran chapter 37 is referring to one son Isaac (Ishaq) and this becomes clear in Quran 37:113 where Allah blesses Abraham (Ibrahim) and Isaac (Ishaq).

(26-2). If Ishmael (Ismail) had been the son to be sacrificed in Quran chapter 37 then Ishmael (Ismail) would be mentioned in Quran 37:113 as being blessed along side his father’s name Abraham (Ibrahim).

(26-3). In Quran chapter 37 Allah blesses Abraham (Ibrahim) and his son Isaac (Ishaq).

(26-4). The “good news” birth of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son is used in the Quran to always refer to Isaac (Ishaq).

27. The relationship between the birth of the son who is to be sacrificed and the verses before it in Quran chapter 37.

(27-1). The verses before Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) prayer for a “righteous son” are before Quran 37:100.

(27-2). The verses of Abraham (Ibrahim) praying for a “righteous son” (Quran 37:100).

(27-3). The verse to Abraham (Ibrahim) from Allah of the “good news” of a son (Quran 37:101).

(27-4). The story of Abraham (Ibrahim) before the verse of the unnamed son (37:85 – 37:100).

(27-5). In the story of Abraham (Ibrahim) in Quran 19:46 – 19:49 Allah gives Abraham (Ibrahim) the son named Isaac (Ishaq).

(27-6). The name of the righteous son of Abraham (Ibrahim) that is to be sacrificed is made clear in the identical story of Quran 19:46 – 19:49 and the story in Quran 37:85 to Quran 37:101.

(27-7). In Quran 19:49 Allah reveals that this story is about Allah giving Abraham (Ibrahim), a son Isaac (Ishaq) and from Isaac’s (Ishaq’s) children came Jacob (Yaqub, Yaqoob, Yaqob, Israel).

28. If Isaac (Ishaq) was ordered by Allah to be sacrificed by Abraham (Ibrahim) then where was Ishmael (Ismail) at that time?

(28-1). The separation by Allah of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) two sons.

(28-2). After Allah took Ishmael (Ismail) into His (Allah’s) care in the desert, Isaac (Ishaq) became Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) “only son” living with Abraham (Ibrahim) and Sarah. Ishmael (Ismail) and Hagar lived in the desert under the care of Allah as revealed in Quran 14:37.

29. Explaining some questions about Ishmael (Ismail) and Isaac (Ishaq).

(29-1). Explaining Quran 14:39 about the birth of Ishmael (Ismail) and Isaac (Ishaq) at old age.

(29-2). The word “good news” always refers to the coming birth of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son Isaac (Ishaq) in 4 different chapters in the Quran.

(29-3). THE FIRST CHAPTER to describe the coming birth of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son AND NAMES THAT SON as Isaac (Ishaq) is chapter 11 Quran 11:69 – 11:74.

(29-4). THE SECOND CHAPTER to describe the coming birth of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son BUT DOES NOT NAME THE SON is chapter 15 Quran 15:51 – 15:60.

(29-5). The story of the “good news” births in Quran chapter 11 and chapter 15 refer to Isaac (Ishaq).

(29-6). THE THIRD CHAPTER to describe the birth of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son Isaac (Ishaq) is in chapter 37 Quran 37:85 37:113.

(29-7). If “good news” did not mean Isaac (Ishaq) then is there anything else in the Quran that can confirm who this son is?

(29-8). THE FOURTH CHAPTER to describe the birth of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son Isaac (Ishaq) is in chapter 19 Quran 19:46 19:49.

(29-9). In chapter 19 Quran 19:48 Abraham (Ibrahim) leaves his father and the other idol worshippers and Abraham (Ibrahim) prays to Allah to be blessed.

(29-10). In chapter 19 Quran 19:49 the Quran says when Abraham (Ibrahim) leaves them (his father and the other idol worshippers and Allah gave him (Abraham, Ibrahim) (a son) Isaac (Ishaq) and (later through Isaac’s, Ishaq’s son) Jacob (Yaqub, Yaqoob, Yaqob, Israel).

(29-11). Quran 19:48 and Quran 19:49 confirm that it was after Abraham (Ibrahim) left his father and the idol worshippers and prayed to Allah to be blessed (by a child) that Allah gave Abraham (Ibrahim) the son Isaac (Ishaq).

(29-12). Quran 19:48 and Quran 19:49 are the verses of Abraham (Ibrahim) leaving his father and the other idol worshippers and then Abraham (Ibrahim) prays to Allah to be blessed and then Allah gives Abraham (Ibrahim) the son Isaac (Ishaq).

(29-13). Quran 19:48 – 19:49 is the same story and the same son Isaac (Ishaq) as is in Quran 37:85 – 37:101

(29-14). Quran 37:85 to Quran 37:101 is the story of Abraham (Ibrahim) leaving his father and the other idol worshippers and then Abraham (Ibrahim) prays to Allah to be blessed and then Allah gives Abraham (Ibrahim) the son Isaac (Ishaq).

(29-15). Quran 19:48 and Quran 19:49 names Isaac (Ishaq) as the son that Allah reveals to Abraham (Ibrahim) after Abraham (Ibrahim) leaves his father and the other idol worshippers and then Abraham (Ibrahim) prays to Allah to be blessed and then the coming of Isaac (Ishaq) is revealed by the angles of Allah.

(29-16). The story of Abraham (Ibrahim) before the sacrifice of his son is in Quran 37:85 – 37:100.

(29-17). Allah gives Abraham (Ibrahim) “good news” of a son in Quran 37:101 and this is the son named in Quran 19:48 and Quran 19:49 because they are both the same story.

(29-18). Isaac (Ishaq) is the son to be born to Abraham (Ibrahim) that is named in Quran 19:48 and Quran 19:49 and it is the same story as Quran 37:85 to 37:101.

(29-19). Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son Isaac (Ishaq) is referred to as “good news” in Quran chapter 11, 15 and 19 which refer to the miracle birth of Isaac (Ishaq).

(29-20). The ”good news” birth of Abraham’s (Ibrahim’s) son in Quran 37:101 is Isaac (Ishaq) as it is Isaac (Ishaq) in all the “good news” births in Quran chapter 11, 15 and 19.

(29-21). The son that was to be sacrificed is the son who was the “good news” birth in Quran 37:100 and ordered by Allah to be killed as a sacrifice to Allah in Quran 37:102.

(29-22). Isaac (Ishaq) is the son of Abraham (Ibrahim) that is ordered to be sacrificed because the order from Allah to Abraham (Ibrahim) to kill his son as a sacrifice to Allah in Quran 37:102 was the son in Quran 37:101 known as the “good news” birth. The “good news” birth in the Abraham (Ibrahim) stories in the Quran always means the story of the miracle birth of Isaac (Ishaq) when the angels of Allah brought the “good news” of the miracle coming birth of Isaac (Ishaq) to Sarah and Abraham (Ibrahim).

(29-23). In Quran chapter 37 the structure of the verses for Noah (Nuh) and Abraham (Ibrahim) are the same.

(29-24). After the verse “He (Noah, Nuh) is one of Our believing servants” the last verse follows and reveals more about the earlier revealed event which was the flood.

(29-25). In Quran chapter 37 the structure of the Abraham (Ibrahim) verses is the same as the Noah (Nuh) verses that are before it.

(29-26). After the verse “He (Abraham, Ibrahim) is one of Our believing servants” the next verse follows and like the same Noah (Nuh) verse, the same Abraham (Ibrahim) verse also returns to talk directly about the earlier verse which in the Abraham (Ibrahim) verse is the sacrifice. It does this by naming the “good news” birth son as Isaac (Ishaq).

(29-27). The meaning of Quran 37:112 and Quran 37:113.

(29-28). Abraham (Ibrahim) has the reward from Allah of the saving of the life of Isaac (Ishaq) and the remembrance of Abraham (Ibrahim) by mankind because of the great sacrifice.

(29-29). Summery of some of the revelations about Abraham (Ibrahim), Ishmael (Ismail) and Isaac (Ishaq) in the Quran that were discussed earlier.

30. The Quran is complete with nothing missing.

(30-1). Allah did not forget anything in his Quran and the name of the son that was to be sacrificed has been protected for 1400 years for everyone that Allah guides to see.

(30-2). The understanding of the clear verses in the Quran.

(30-3). The understanding of the Quran by people that do not speak the truth.

(30-4). The understanding of the Quran by people who pray to Allah for guidance because they do not understand verses in the Quran.

(30-5). Allah gives the correct interpretation of the Quran to the people that Allah correctly guides.

(30-6). The way to understand the Quran when using Quran 3:7 and 3:8 is to thank Allah for whatever Allah shall reveal.

(30-7). Ishmael (Ismail) and Isaac (Ishaq) are both the sons of Abraham (Ibrahim) who is the father of the religion of Abraham (Ibrahim).

(30-8). Ishmael (Ismail) and Isaac (Ishaq) are both Muslim because they both believe and obey Allah.

(30-9). Islam is the religion that follows the religion of Abraham (Ibrahim).

(30-10). Praise is to Allah (thanks go to Allah).

(30-11). Quran chapter 37 on the sacrifice of the son of Abraham (Ibrahim) can now be safely interpreted with confidence, Allah willing.

31. Allah has put the true interpretation of the Quran in the Quran.

(31-1). In the first sentence in the guidance of Quran 3:7 Allah tells us, “It is He (Allah) who has sent down to you (Prophet Muhammad) the Book (this Quran). In it are revelations that are entirely clear…”

(31-2). When our understanding of what we read in the Quran is “completely clear” then we know our interpretation is correct, Allah willing (unless we are among the incorrectly guided).

(31-3) Allah hides the clear verses in the Quran from some people until Allah decides to make it clear to them.

(31-4). Allah hides the clear verses to find the righteous people that say “I do not know the meaning of this verses but I believe it is from Allah and I pray to Allah to reveal its true meaning to me if or when Allah wills to reveal it to me.”

(31-5). People that are misled to the wrong understanding of the Quran often believe they understand the Quran although they really do not understand the Quran.

(31-6). Understanding of the Quran is not the memorizing of the whole Quran because among all the people that memorize the Quran are still those with wrong understanding.

(31-7) Using Quran 3:7 and Quran 3:8 to make what was unclear become clear, Allah willing.

See: The sacrifice of the son of Ibrahim in the Quran. With names in Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/somaliaamateurradio/islam001a

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Music in Islam,

Stoning to death in Islam and the sacrifice of the son of Abraham (in English names).

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What is the greatest sin against God in Islam? (in English names).

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Quran 6:21, Verse 6:21 And who commits a greater sin than he who invents a lie against God (by saying that God ordered things that He did not order such as you can pray to anyone when in fact only God has the power to hear prayer) or denies His revelations (by saying that God ordered things that God did not order in what God has described as God's completed and protected Quran)? Those wrongdoers shall not be successful (in the hereafter).

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Those that say God forbids music in Islam when God has made no such prohibition in God’s Quran.

Music would not be allowed at the time of Muslim festivals if music was evil or if God prohibited music.

Hadith (Stories from early Islam) tell us of Prophet Mohamed and Aisha listening to singers using musical instruments in Aisha’s house during a Muslim festival).

Music, song, musical instruments are not prohibited, not haram, not forbidden in Islam.

Is song, music and musical instruments legal, allowed, prohibited, haram, forbidden in Islam?

Prophet Muhammad and Aisha listened to singers with musical instruments in their house.

Prophet Muhammad said prophets before him used musical instruments.

Prophet Muhammad rejected the idea that musical instruments are a tool of the Devil.

Prophet Muhammad said that a singer had received a double reward in the hereafter.

Prophet Muhammad told Abu Musa that the musical instruments that were given to him was something wonderful not something evil.

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Those that say God orders stoning to death in Islam when God has made no such order in God’s Quran.

(God warns in) Quran 24:1 (Here is) a chapter which We (God) have revealed and ordered, and in which We (God) make clear (to you) so that you may act properly.

(But some people have doubt and reject what God said is clearly revealed in Quran verse 24:2 that immediately follows, seeking to add their interpretations by including stoning to death even though God has said Quran 24:2 is clearly revealed so that you may act properly.

How can God Himself make clearer that he has not ordered stoning to death? But some cannot understand even when they read in the Quran what God has told them and they still reject it seeking something other than what God has ordered in His Quran).

Did God order Muslims to kill Muslims in Somalia?

Did God order al rajm the stoning for adultery in Islam?

Did God order al rajm the stoning to death for adultery in Islam?

Did God order killing of homosexual men and women in Islam?

Did Allah order Muslims to kill Muslims in Somalia?

Did Allah order al rajm the stoning for adultery in Islam?

Did Allah order al rajm the stoning to death for adultery in Islam?

Did Allah order killing of homosexual men and women in Islam?

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Those that say God ordered Abraham (Ibrahim) to sacrifice Ishmael (Ismail) when God’s Quran says God ordered the sacrifice of the child that was “the good news” birth.

In every chapter (Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37) about Abraham (Ibrahim) in God’s Quran “the good news” birth is the story of the angels of God telling Abraham (Ibrahim) of the coming of the miracle birth of Isaac (Ishaq).

Before “the good news” Abraham (Ibrahim) leaves his father and the idol worshippers and after “the good news” the angels continue on their journey to punish the people of Lot (Lut).

It was a “good news” miracle birth because Sarah gave birth to Isaac (Ishaq) when it is normally impossible for an old woman to give birth).

In the different chapters of the Quran about Abraham (Ibrahim) the “good news” birth sometimes names Isaac (Ishaq) and sometimes Isaac (Ishaq) is not named but the story is always exactly the same so this shows that the “good news” miracle birth is always about the birth of Isaac (Ishaq).

Quran chapter 37 reveals that it is the son in the “good news” birth (which is the story of the birth of Isaac, Ishaq) that is the son to be sacrificed by Abraham (Ibrahim).

Disagreement in early Islam about which son of Ibrahim (Abraham) was to be sacrificed.

Which son was to be sacrificed by Abraham?

The Quran names Isaac as the son of Abraham to be sacrificed.

Which son was to be sacrificed by Ibrahim?

The Quran names Ishaq as the son of Ibrahim to be sacrificed.

Sacrifice of Isaac or Ishmael?

Sacrifice of Ishmael or Isaac?

Isaac was the son of Abraham to be sacrificed in the Quran.

Sacrifice of Ishaq or Ismail? Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishaq?

Ishaq was the son of Ibrahim to be sacrificed in the Quran).

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Quran 6:150 Say “Come, bring your witnesses who can bear witness that God prohibited (all) this. And if they bear witness then do not bear witness with them........"

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Music in Islam,

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Quran 6:21, Ayah 6:21 And who commits a greater sin than he who invents a lie against Allah (by saying that Allah ordered things that He did not order such as you can pray to anyone when in fact only Allah has the power to hear prayer) or denies His revelations (by saying that Allah ordered things that Allah did not order in what Allah has described as Allah's completed and protected Quran)? Those wrongdoers shall not be successful (in the hereafter).

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Those that say Allah forbids music in Islam when Allah has made no such prohibition in Allah’s Quran.

Music would not be allowed at the time of Muslim festivals if music was evil or if (Allah) prohibited music.

Hadith (Stories from early Islam) tell us of Prophet Muhammad and Aisha listening to singers using musical instruments in Aisha’s house during a Muslim festival).

Music, song, musical instruments are not prohibited, not haram, not forbidden in Islam.

Is song, music and musical instruments legal, allowed, prohibited, haram, forbidden in Islam?

Prophet Muhammad and Aisha listened to singers with musical instruments in their house.

Prophet Muhammad said prophets before him used musical instruments.

Prophet Muhammad rejected the idea that musical instruments are a tool of the Devil.

Prophet Muhammad said that a singer had received a double reward in the hereafter.

Prophet Muhammad told Abu Musa that the musical instruments that were given to him was something wonderful not something evil.

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Those that say Allah orders stoning to death in Islam when Allah has made no such order in Allah’s Quran.

(Allah warns in) Quran 24:1 (Here is) a chapter which We (Allah) have revealed and ordered, and in which We (Allah) make clear (to you) so that you may act properly.

(But some people have doubt and reject what Allah said is clearly revealed in Quran verse 24:2 that immediately follows, seeking to add their interpretations by including stoning to death even though Allah has said Quran 24:2 is clearly revealed so that you may act properly.

How can Allah Himself make clearer that he has not ordered stoning to death? But some cannot understand even when they read in the Quran what Allah has told them and they still reject it seeking something other than what Allah has ordered in His Quran).

Did God order Muslims to kill Muslims in Somalia?

Did God order al rajm the stoning for adultery in Islam?

Did God order al rajm the stoning to death for adultery in Islam?

Did God order killing of homosexual men and women in Islam?

Did Allah order Muslims to kill Muslims in Somalia?

Did Allah order al rajm the stoning for adultery in Islam?

Did Allah order al rajm the stoning to death for adultery in Islam?

Did Allah order killing of homosexual men and women in Islam?

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Those that say Allah ordered Abraham (Ibrahim) to sacrifice Ishmael (Ismail) when Allah’s Quran says Allah ordered the sacrifice of the child that was “the good news” birth.

In every chapter (Quran chapters 11, 15, 19, 29, 37) about Abraham (Ibrahim) in Allah’s Quran “the good news” birth is the story of the angels of Allah telling Abraham (Ibrahim) of the coming of the miracle birth of Isaac (Ishaq).

Before “the good news” Abraham (Ibrahim) leaves his father and the idol worshippers and after “the good news” the angels continue on their journey to punish the people of Lot (Lut).

It was a “good news” miracle birth because Sarah gave birth to Isaac (Ishaq) when it is normally impossible for an old woman to give birth).

In the different chapters of the Quran about Abraham (Ibrahim) the “good news” birth sometimes names Isaac (Ishaq) and sometimes Isaac (Ishaq) is not named but the story is always exactly the same so this shows that the “good news” miracle birth is always about the birth of Isaac (Ishaq).

Quran chapter 37 reveals that it is the son in the “good news” birth (which is the story of the birth of Isaac, Ishaq) that is the son to be sacrificed by Abraham (Ibrahim).

Disagreement in early Islam about which son of Ibrahim (Abraham) was to be sacrificed.

Which son was to be sacrificed by Abraham?

The Quran names Isaac as the son of Abraham to be sacrificed.

Which son was to be sacrificed by Ibrahim?

The Quran names Ishaq as the son of Ibrahim to be sacrificed.

Sacrifice of Isaac or Ishmael?

Sacrifice of Ishmael or Isaac?

Isaac was the son of Abraham to be sacrificed in the Quran.

Sacrifice of Ishaq or Ismail? Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishaq?

Ishaq was the son of Ibrahim to be sacrificed in the Quran).

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Quran 6:150 Say “Come, bring your witnesses who can bear witness that Allah prohibited (all) this. And if they bear witness then do not bear witness with them........"

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Somalia, Islam and The Quran index:

The Quran and Islam.

Islam and The Quran.

Islam and Somalia.

Somalia and Islam.

Islam and the world.

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Islam 0 and 0a.

Did God order Muslims to kill Muslims in Somalia?

Did God order al rajm the stoning for adultery in Islam?

Did God order al rajm the stoning to death for adultery in Islam?

Did God order killing of homosexual men and women in Islam?

Did Allah order Muslims to kill Muslims in Somalia?

Did Allah order al rajm the stoning for adultery in Islam?

Did Allah order al rajm the stoning to death for adultery in Islam?

Did Allah order killing of homosexual men and women in Islam?

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Islam 001 and 001a.

Disagreement in early Islam about which son of Ibrahim (Abraham) was to be sacrificed.

Which son was to be sacrificed by Abraham?

The Quran names Isaac as the son of Abraham to be sacrificed.

Which son was to be sacrificed by Ibrahim?

The Quran names Ishaq as the son of Ibrahim to be sacrificed.

Sacrifice of Isaac or Ishmael?

Sacrifice of Ishmael or Isaac?

Isaac was the son of Abraham to be sacrificed in the Quran.

Sacrifice of Ishaq or Ismail? Sacrifice of Ismail or Ishaq?

Ishaq was the son of Ibrahim to be sacrificed in the Quran.

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Islam 002 and 002a.

Music, song, musical instruments are not prohibited, not haram, not forbidden in Islam.

Is song, music and musical instruments legal, allowed, prohibited, haram, forbidden in Islam?

Prophet Muhammad and Aisha listened to singers with musical instruments in their house.

Prophet Muhammad said prophets before him used musical instruments.

Prophet Muhammad rejected the idea that musical instruments are a tool of the Devil.

Prophet Muhammad said that a singer had received a double reward in the hereafter.

Prophet Muhammad told Abu Musa that the musical instruments that were given to him was something wonderful not something evil.

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Islam 1.

The Quran chapter 1 The Opening.

Al Quran surah 1 Al-Fatihah.

And introduction to Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

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Islam 2 and 2a.

The Quran chapter 2 The Cow.

Al Quran surah 2 Al-Baqarah.

And the difference between fighting for God and fighting for the selfish causes of man.

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Islam 3 and 3a.

The Quran chapter 3 The Imran Family.

Al Quran surah 3 Al-Imran.

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Islam 4 and 4a.

The Quran chapter 4 Women.

Al Quran surah 4 An-Nisa.

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Islam 5 and 5a.

The Quran chapter 5 The Dinner Table.

Al Quran surah 5 Al-Ma’idah.

And Jesus from 1 – 632 CE.

And Christian terror against the Jews from 1290 – 1945 CE.

And the path to peace in Israel and Palestine in 2010 CE.

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Islam 6 and 6a.

The Quran chapter 6 The Cattle.

Al Quran surah 6 Al-An’am.

What is the greatest sin against Allah (God) in Islam?

And idol worship in Mecca, Arabia.

And burying children alive in Makkah, Arabia in 8 BH (614 AD, 614 CE).

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