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Submitted by Haji Jahangir Alam (India), Apr 21, 2013 at 05:32

Dear Altaf

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Sura Imran 3 aiyat 7

He it is who has sent down to thee the book . In its are the aiyats basic or fundamental of established meaning. They are the foundation of the books others are allegorical. But those tn whose hearts is perversity follow the part there of that is allegorical. Seeking discard and searching for its hidden message except God and those who are firmly grounded in knowledge say we believe in the book, the whole is from our lord's and none will grasp the message except Men of understanding.

Sura Zumar 39 Aiyat 23

God has revealed from time to time the most beautiful message in the form of a book consistent with it self, yet repeating its teaching in various aspects. The skins of those who fear their lord tremble threat then their skins and their hearts do soften to the celebration of Gods praises. Such is the guidance of God, he guides their with whom he pleases, but such as God leaves to stray can have none to guide.

In 3/7 of the Holy Koran God has clearly revealed that basis of some Aiyats is the scripture or book and the others are similes. Thus the real meaning of the Holy Koran is that man has been created to elevate the human race and humanity. The Aiyat 7 of sura Imran describes some Aiyats of the Holy Koran as similes and its object is to express that God will keep iblis or shatan the lord of the disbelievers till the day of resurrection.

That is why the meaning of the Aiyat of the Holy Koran are similes. For example your wives are as a tilts unto you so approach your tilt when and how you will. But do some good act for your soul before hand and fear God and know that you are to meet him in the here after and give this good tiding to those who believe.

(2 /223 ) In this Aiyat by referring 'wives' direction has been given to protect all the woman of the family. As proper maintenance of the cultivation land helps to produce good crops likewise proper maintenance of wives can produced good children. In Arabic language the meaning of the term'Nisa'is woman, and a mans relations with the woman in a family are ,mother, sister, wife and daughter, and they remain within the protection of the male member of the family. If this Aiyat is explained from the satanic point of view then the term'wives'of this Aiyat can be explained as merely'wives'and they can be enjoyed as one wishes.

Question arises will any woman likes to make her self enjoy able by others in an absence way? The explanations of the Holy Koran which go against the ideas set by God have been discarded by man by his grace. Yet some curiosity remain that why God has spoken so mysteriously without explaining the meaning of the Aiyats in a simple way. God has made man the best animal by giving him a brain and has made everything available to him. He has made man free from his dull and monotonous life by opening both good and bad path before him. The Holy Koran said that the depth of these Aiyats can be understood by the wise man easily. The character less ignorant men always give wrong meanings to these Aiyats and cause discrimination among them selves.

Sura Maida 5 Aiyat 51, 82

O; ye who believe! Take not the Jews and Christians for friends. They are friend one to another. He among you who take them for friend is (one) of them. Lo!allah guide not wrong doing folk.

Strongest among men in enmity to the believers will you find the Jews and Pagans, and nearest among them in Love to the believers will you find those who say we are christians because amongst these are men devoted to learning and when who have renounced the world and they are not arrogant.

In these above mentioned Aiyats the christians are some time called the friend, some times the foe. They contains a sacred message for the human beings and those are

(1) Do not make friendship with the evil persons of any
community.

(2) The wise and honest men, be he of any, religious community,give him friend ship and follow His good qualities.

The first Aiyat described the Jews and the Christians the friends of each other and in the second Aiyat the Christians are described as the friends of the Muslims. Both the friend and the enemy of the friend should be taken as friends.' friendship is one of those best things loved by God. All men of good intelligence, sense of humanity, brotherhood, wise and pious nature are friends to each other and this is the ideal of the modern day world ,which most of the people of the world have accepted .Man gets the identity of friend and foe per his own character. Wrong explanation of these Aiyats causes hatred in man

Quotation From Mr siddhartha Chatterjees book "divine Truth"

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