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The Qur'an says that there are people that live on the sun yes on the sun as well as the moon!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 11, 2015 at 08:15

Our dear Nasr who lives in Malaysia and it would be another basket case without its Chinese and Indian population. Our dear Nasr? he is busy reading one single book in a language Arabic and he cannot speak read or write Arabic and I call this very foolish right our dear Nasr?

And for the readers notice that our dear Nasr edited my post right our dear Nasr?

These are my questions

[[1. How many skies do we have our dear Nasr? Hint: One2. There is no Qul here so these must be the words of Muhammad right? So is Muhammad the author of the Qur'an? Hint: He is the author of this verse]]

And this is his answer

Try rereading http://beta.quran.com/22/18.

Why? give me a good reason!

How many skies do we have. It is not one as to which extent does the sky ends is still not known to human. In Abrahamic religions, you have 7 layers of skies.

Where is your evidence that there are 7 skies? Hard and solid evidence and by the way the Qur'an does not say anything about طبقات السماء? Your Allah believed that the sky is like the copula of a tent! Which is a disaster

The verse begins with "Do you not " it is the Creator making statement to His creations.

Then how come the so called creator uses the introductory Qul in let us say Surat al-Ikhlas? Hint: unless there is a qul the author here must be Abul Qasim

So you have no answers so far

Then these were my questions

[[3. Who is residing in the skies that pray to Allah? If is the mala'ika as al-Tabari tells us then how come Allah does not tell us that? Hint: al-Tabari is editing Muhammad's poor syntax4, So who resides on the sun our dear Nasr? Muhammad the author of the verse is saying that there are creatures that live on the sun that pray to Allah! Is that true our dear Nasr? 5. So who resides on the moon and pray to Allah? Hint: there is no life on the moon! Oh those darn kuffar that landed on the moon did not meet little green men praying to Allah6. Where is Allah's evidence that there those that pray to Allah on other stars? Hard and solid evidence]

And this is his pathetic answer

Reread the verse, "sun,moon,stars,trees,creatures,people" are creations of God that prostrate.

Well let us read it again in Arabic and This is what the first part of the aya says

الم تر ان الله يسجد له من في السماوات ومن في الارض والشمس والقمر

Which means: Did you not see that to Allah prostrate those IN or من the skies and those ON the earth and the Sun and the moon!

Your Allah is saying that there are people that live on the sun and the moon that prostrate to Allah is that true our dear Nasr the lost tablighee?

You would have been correct if the aya would be saying:

الله خلق الشمس والقمر والكواكب والناس وكلهم يسجدوا له

Is this what the aya says? Hint: you are editing the Qur'an

Doesnt make sense?

You clearly do not know any Arabic and shame on you

You might want to read http://beta.quran.com/16/49

Why? give me a good reason

and also read http://beta.quran.com/17/44

Why? give me a good reason

Here is another question

[[7. Oh the mountains and trees pray to Allah? I thought mountains are busy preventing earthquakes so when was the last time you saw a mountain or a tree praying to to Allah? hard and solid evidence8. al-dawab pray to Allah or animals pray to Allah Mash'allah do you include pigs and monkeys here?]]

And here is his funny answer

Certiainly, all animals prostrate as well.

Alhamdullilah our dear Nasr is saying that pigs pray to Allah you think i should tell your wahhabi masters that you are saying that pigs pray to Allah?

And how do pigs pray? and in which language do they pray? and how many times per day do they pray? and do they have Mullahs too?

But Allah said, read http://beta.quran.com/17/44

Sure sure sure Allah says so then it must be so

What a disaster

Mountains have deep roots, deeper roots will attract vibration first thus making lands with shorter roots attract vibration less.

Evidence?

Also, as earth rotate, it contributes to movement of continent, a bulky shape of peg will cause less vibration towards creatures staying on earth thus making surface of earth inhabitable.

Evidence?

Why more earthquakes happen nowadays, it is due to frequent movement underneath causing the forces gushing upwards and find specific location to gush the forces out.

Evidence?

This is one more question

[[9. What a disaster people praying for Allah and they reside on the sun and the moon!As for the rest of the aya there is no doubt that there is a literary lacuna where the editors of the Qur'an lost the introductory clause to the rest of the aya after all Allah should have known better that no one lives on the sun or the moon]]​

And this is his answer

So you are saying there are people living in moving creatures based on your logic. Try to reread the verse again.

I read this as you have no answer so you tell me do people live on the sun and the moon? and how come Allah did not know that?

And do it repeatedly.

I see you have no answer. Now you tell me why do you make a fool of yourself?

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