Shaytan being chased away for eavesdropping and visibility of Shaytan
Submitted by Nasr (Malaysia), Jan 10, 2015 at 11:28
Response to Answer 7 & 8
[[Hello: it is made of "dirty snow ball" A comet is a "dirty SNOW BALL" oh you do not believe? here from kuffar sources]]
So you are saying 'snow ball' without rock matter?
From nasa source, Comets are cosmic snowballs of frozen gases, rock and dust roughly the size of a small town.
Now what happen when the frozen comet meet layer of concentrated gas?
[[So let me ask you the question again: Is it true that Allah says that al-Shihab is hot? Hint: It is a dirty snowball]]
The statement in the verse is not describing about meteor that is wandering in space. But about meteor sent by force by angels towards Shaytan. So you need to check on how can meteor/comet turns flamable, obviously the location where the shaitan eavesdrop must have something similar to attribute of an atmosphere (condensed gas) implying friction happen.
Or for a Creator, to allow His angels to cause frozen rock to turn flamable by throwing it is not impossible too. He is the Creator afterall. But i will try to stick with the attribute of atmosphere existing there trying to stick closely to what human see as meteor turns flamable when reaching earth.
[[ Is it true that Allah says that الشهاب is supposed to be chasing الشيطان? And if so how come NASA have no detected any شيطان chasing a شهاب? ]]
You need to read the verse again, what did Shaytan do? And from Islamic sources, who threw the comets/meteors? The same reason scientists cant detect or measure soul (that cause consciousness/life to human).
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