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Submitted by Mansoor (Pakistan), Apr 8, 2008 at 09:09

As usual you are showing your mental level which is far from normal....Although the kind of questions you ask are not worth answering because they are meant only to make joke of rather than gaining some true knowledge and accepting the reality.

1.. Where would I find the original copy of the Bible?

2. Does Allah have a copy in his little library?

3. Does he hold such copy with his left hand or his right hand?

4. And if Allah is checking a copy of such Bible then who is keeping an eye on the universe?

(1,2,3,4) These questions must be answered by Christians themselves, who are not sure where the original Bible is. I am 200% sure that Allah has the record of each and every minor thing whether it be a divine revelation like Quran, Bible or Torah or whatever written by Human...each and every sentence each and every dot and full stop and comma....Don't under estimate Allah...He declares in Quran.

[10:61] In whatever condition you are, and whatever portion of the Qur‘ān you recite therein, and whatever work you all do, We are present before you when you are engaged in it. Hidden from your Lord is nothing even to the measure of a particle on the earth or in the heavens. And there is nothing smaller or greater that is not in the clear Book.

Unfortunately you are judging Allah's power with your own limited attributes in your mind...When you see forward, you can't see backwards, when you focus a thing you are lost with others going around you...It is a very ignorant approach which you have adopted. As a simple example...you try search engines like Google and Yahoo several times and whenever you enter your request for search of certain website it instantly throws you thousands of relevant names and you don't know that Millions all over the world are doing the same thing that is using that particular search engine and getting results instantly.. Don't you think that the creator of Universe has even more exceptionally powerful information system?. He doesn't require to have a computer...He just says "Be" and things are done according to his Will. We are unable to judge the agile, vigilant and ever active system created by our Lord. Our minds have extremely limited capability.

Religions other than Islam are promoting the image of God as a sleeping creator. Who created the Universe and now sleeping and resting without interfering the matters and making the whole system run on its own...That's far more illogical when Bible says that God rested after creating the Universe I declare it as 100% human made corruption which you are always ready to embrace, all because you like the picture of God who should be non-interfering, sleeping and yawning.....

The question below is mere raking...and making fool of yourselves

5. And is this original Bible that your Allah has in his library, is wrtitten in Hebrew or is it Syriac or is it Greek? And can you Allah read such languages after all he is an Arabian deity?

5) Languages are all born out of singular set...which we call grammar. Different words are set according to the grammatical arrangement of that language... Every language has Noun, verb, adjective, singular, plural and the principals which we all know better. I mean to say that the principal grammatical structure is created by Allah…and thus it is extremely easy for Allah to know about various languages prevailed on this planet. You know each and every language is known to Allah because it is created by Allah and taught to the human.

With the name of Allah, the All-Merciful, the Very-Merciful.

[55:1] The RaHmān (The All-Merciful Allah) [55:2] has taught the Qur‘ān. [55:3] He has created man. [55:4] He has taught him (how) to express himself.

6. And if the Jews and Christians were able to corrupt the Bible then how come they got away with it? I must conclude that your Allah is not omnipotent. So is Allah not omnipotent?

6) Allah is all powerful. He has given full authority to Human to decide what is right and what is wrong but he never allows Human to interfere his divine revelation. Allah Swears that He will safeguard Quran and he is keeping the promise since 1500 years. At the time of Torah and Bible you the "People of the book" were assigned the duty to safeguard those holy revelations and Allah at that time he purely assigned human this responsibility. It was a very tough test and a very noble duty which was given to people of the Book before the arrival of Holy Quran. You cannot imagine the kind of punishment which will be suffered by those who cried for reforms and forcefully changed the face of the Bible which caused the huge number of people got misguided in the drama of crucifixion and resurrection. Similar actions were taken by people of Torah who have corrupted This Holy scripture to satisfy their ill instincts.

[62:5] The example of those who were ordered to bear (the responsibility of acting upon) the Torah, then they did not bear it, is like a donkey that carries a load of books. Evil is the example of those who have rejected Allah‘s verses. And Allah does not guide the wrongdoing people. [62:6] Say, ―O you who are Jews, if you claim that you are the friends of Allah to the exclusion of all other people, then express your desire for death, if you are true. [62:7] And they will never express this desire, because of what their hands have sent ahead. And Allah is fully aware of the wrongdoers. [62:8] Say, ―Indeed, the death from which you (try to) run away has to visit you, then you will be sent back to the Knower of the Unseen and the seen, and He will tell you what you used to do.

7. You being the big time Mullah then you must be aware that you do not quote a corrupted book. Right? Then stop quoting the Bible to prove a point.

7) For me Quran is pure and correct….so your question loses the weight.

8. And can you provide me with an example of corruption in the Bible?

8) The biggest proof of Bible's corruption is the exclusion of Gospel of St. Thomas…can you justify that Dhimmi?

9. Are you aware that I changed my name to Muhammad just like Muhammad your beloved whose name was Qutham and his kunya was Abul Qasim. So do you think that the name of Muhammad in the Bible might be my name after all Allah also spoke to me via an angel?

9) A dog cannot claim that I have changed my name and call me elephant now!!!

There is a very big criteria for Prophet-hood which you cannot follow…Dhimi…you are only making me laugh with your ultimate ignorance.

There were many signs as the prophet Muhammad (salAllahu alayhi wasalam) was growing up and entering manhood that he was an extraordinary person.

He was well known among the Quraish as a trustworthy and honest person. He was an eloquent speaker and a sound judge. But there was something more, something special, about him that was witnessed by many of those around him.

When Amina was pregnant with the baby Muhammad (salAllahu alayhi wasalam), she was aware of a light within her, shining out of her stomach so intensely that she could see great distances.

Just before the baby was born Amina had a dream in which she was told that her child would be the leader of the people and that she should name him 'Muhammad', meaning 'the praised one'. Although it was an unusual name among the Arabs, Amina, when the baby was born in 570, Muhammad he was named.

So Amina was not surprised when Haleema, the child's foster mother, told her about something strange that happened when she was looking after young Muhammad (salAllahu alayhi wasalam).

Muhammad (salAllahu alayhi wasalam) and the son of Haleema had been out in the fields with the sheep, when two men dressed in white took Muhammad (salAllahu alayhi wasalam) a little distance away and laid him down and opened his chest.

Haleema's son quickly ran back to tell his parents what was happening. What were those two men doing?
When Haleema and her husband ran to him they found Muhammad (salAllahu alayhi wasalam) very pale but standing. They could see no trace of the men, and there was no sign of any hurt or wound on young Muhammad, but neither boy would change a word of his story.

The only mark on the Muhammad's body was a small mark on his back between his shoulders. But that had been there since his birth.

Later in his life the Blessed prophet described what happened on that day more fully. He said that the two men in white carried with them a gold basin of snow. They opened his chest and removed his heart. They also opened his heart and removed a black clot. Then they cleansed and purified his heart and his breast with the snow.

When Muhammad (salAllahu alayhi wasalam) was six years old his mother died. He was then cared for by his grandfather, Abdul Muttalib, who died only two years after becoming Muhammad's guardian.

After his grandfather's death, Muhammad was taken into the household of his father's brother, Abu Talib. Sometimes, Abu Talib would take Muhammad with him on his travels with merchant caravans. On one such journey they stopped at a place named Bostra, on the way to Syria.

At Bostra there lived a Christian monk named Bahira. He lived there alone, studying old books and manuscripts which had been passed down to him from generations of monks who had lived there before him, all of whom were scholars of the scriptures.

In the books, there was one which predicted the coming of a prophet among the Arabs. Bahira believed that the prophet would come in his lifetime.

As the caravan from Makkah came to a halt near the monk's abode, he noticed something very strange. A small cloud seemed to move slowly above the heads of a couple of the travelers, shielding them from the heat of the sun. What could this mean?

When the group of travelers took shelter beneath a tree, the cloud came to rest above them, and the branches of the tree itself were lowered over them to provide more shade.

Bahira was intrigued, and wanted to know more, so prepared a dinner for the entire caravan. It was no ordinary person who had caused the strange happenings which Bahira had witnessed.
Perhaps the expected prophet was with the caravan.

When his guests arrived for dinner, he saw nothing unusual about any of them, so he asked if everyone had come. Sure enough, the youngest member of the caravan, Muhammad (salAllahu alayhi wasalam), had been left at the camp.

The monk's requested that Muhammad (salAllahu alayhi wasalam) be brought.
Bahira watched the young boy carefully, and noted his behaviour. He knew at once that this was the person for whom the shade had been provided.
After a little while, Bahira took Abu Talib and his nephew aside, and said, "This is the Last Prophet."
When Abu Talib asked him how he knew this, the monk replied, "the signs of the last Prophet are written in our books, and the clouds only cast shade over a Prophet. When you were approaching, I saw a cloud overshadowing your caravan, and I had no doubt that the last Prophet foreseen in our holy books was with you. For this reason I invited you, in order that I might meet him."

Bahira asked the boy many questions, all of which were answered to his satisfaction.
Finally the monk asked if he might see his back. There, between the shoulders, was the mark Bahira had expected to see, just as it had been described in his book.

Bahira advised Abu Talib to take his nephew back to Makkah. He warned him to keep the boy away from the Jews, for if they saw in him what Bahira had seen, they would try to harm him.

[7: 157]
He predicted that great things were in store for the son of Abu Talib's brother. Between the shoulders of Muhammad , Bahira had seen what he knew was the seal of prophethood.

Indeed, those who deny God and His messengers, and wish to separate God from His messengers, saying: ‘We believe in some but reject others' and want to pursue a path in-between - it is they, they who are truly denying the truth: and for those who deny the truth We have readied shameful suffering. But as for those who believe in God and His messengers and make no distinction between any of them - unto them, in time, will He grant their rewards [in full]. And God is indeed much-forgiving, a dispenser of grace." (Quran 4:150-152)

My reply turned very lengthy but it was necessary to wash your polluted mind which is thinking in wrong direction every time. I also want to clear your mind that when I don't reply sometimes it is all because of limited time span I've got. Sometimes your question is so poor that it is worth not answering…

Stay in touch Dhimmi!!


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