Saturday, March 17, 2012




111 - It is not a word (hadith) invented, but a confirmation of what was sent before it, a detailed exposition of all things and a guide and a mercy to any such as believe. 
12 Joseph, 111 

In this verse, the fact that the Quran is not a word invented, and that it is a detailed exposition of all things is stressed; a fact to which the traditionalists have remained blind. The Quran states that the Quran is not a fabricated word (hadith). 

6 - Following after them in grief, if they believe not in this word (hadith). 
18 The Cave, 6 

6 – These are God’s signs that We recite to you truthfully. In which word (hadith) other than God and His signs do they believe? 
45 Kneeling, 6 

87 - And whose word (hadith) can be truer than God’s? 
4 The Women, 87 

34 - Let them produce a word (hadith) like this, if they are truthful. 
52 The Mount, 34 

6 – Among the people, there are those who spread frivolous words (hadiths) to mislead others from the way of God, and take it in vain. For such there will be a humiliating penalty. 
31 Luqmaan, 6 

53 - “Enter not the Prophet’s houses until leave is given you for a meal …and when you have taken your meal; disperse without tarrying, lost in a hadith (word).” 
3 The Parties, 53 

3 - When the Prophet disclosed a hadith in confidence to one of his consorts, and she then divulged it, and God made it known to him... 
66 Prohibition, 3 

43 - Now are they but looking for the way the ancients were dealt with? But no change will you find in God’s way (sunnatullah): no turning off will you find in God’s way (sunnatullah). 
35 The Originator, 43 

62 - Such was the way of God (sunnatullah) among those who lived previously; no change will you find in the practice of God (sunnatullah). 
33 The Parties, 62 


The word idjma (general agreement in opinion and decision of legalists) and its derivatives, considered to be another source of Islam, again has a negative connotation. This is evidence that the Quran also repudiates ijma just like in the case of sunna and hadith.
 (For the derivatives of ijma, see 3 The Family of Imran, 157; 3 The Family of Imran, 173; 7 The Purgatory, 48; 10 Jonah, 58; 10 Jonah, 71; 12 Joseph, 19; 17 The Children of Israel, 88; 20 Taha 60; 20 Taha 64; 22 The Pilgrimage, 73; 26 The Poets, 38; 26 The Poets, 39; 26 The Poets, 56; 28 The History, 78; 43 Vanity, 32; 54 The Moon, 44; 54 The Moon, 45; 70 The Heights, 18; 104 The Backbiter, 2.) 


114 - Say: “Shall I seek a judge other than God? When He it is Who sent unto you the Book, explained in detail.” 
6 The Cattle, 114 

115 - The Word of your Lord is complete in truth and in justice. None can change His words. He is the Hearer, the Knower. 

116 – If you obey the majority of people on the earth, they will divert you from the path of God. They follow only conjecture, they only guess. 
6 The Cattle, 115-116 

159 - As for those who divide their religion and break it up into sects, they do not belong with you. He will then inform them of everything they had done. 
6 The Cattle, 159 

105 - Be not like those who are divided amongst themselves and fall into disputations after receiving clear signs. 
3 The Family of Imran, 105 

103 – Hold on firmly together to the rope of God, and be not divided among yourselves. 
3 Family of Imran, 103 

===QURAN IS===

A guide that leads man to truth (Huda) 

A light that sheds light on our path (Nur) 

A criterion that separates good from evil (Furkan) 

A sign for those undecided (Ilm) 

A miracle for the entire humanity (Ayat) 

A remedy for those sick at heart (Shifa) 

Good news for believers in distress (Bushra) 

A reminder and counsel for men (Zikr) 

A law that discloses everything explicitly (Mufassal) 

A source of wisdom for the thinking (Hikmat) 

A book that explains everything (Týbyan) 

An evidence proving the righteous (Bayyina) 

A gift for believers (Rahmet) 

A warning for those who opt for advancement (Zikra) 

A plain book for the intelligent (Kitab ul Mumin) 

A universal law for justice seekers (Hukum) 

An immortal messenger for the perpetuator of the prophethood (Rasul) 

A link for those that have fallen apart (Hablullah) 

A leader to last till eternity (Imam) 

A warning for the living (Kuran-ý Mubin) 


1 – Say: “I seek refuge in the Lord of daybreak.” 
2 – “From the evil of what He has created.” 
3 – “From the evils of darkness as it falls.” 
4 – From the evil of sorceresses who blow incantations on knots.” 
5 – “From the evils of the envious when they envy.” 
113 – The Day Break, 1-5

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