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Who created you?

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Submitted by Ayshe (United States), May 18, 2007 at 00:41

Hi Dhimmi

Thank you..

Finally someone could accept that Allah is the God. Not the moon or not allat. This is a very good thing.

So let me ask you a question too. WHO created you and WHY ?

Allah has no creator he is without beginning and ever lasting. Allah created universes and humans and if you imply we or our prophet made up him just ask this directly.

No person cannot write a book like Quran. It had lots of scientific facts 1500 years ago that can be discovered in 21 st century. Even one letter of Quran did not change. You can`t find different Qurans there is only one Quran and it is the book of God.

Please examine these two examples.

New star forming out of a cloud of gas and dust (nebula), which is one of the remnants of the "smoke" that was the origin of the whole universe. (The Space Atlas, Heather and Henbest, page 50)

Allah Almighty said: "Then He turned to the heaven when it was smoke...(The Noble Quran, 41:11)"

Allah Almighty Said: "And when the heaven splitteth asunder and becometh ROSY LIKE RED HIDE - (The Noble Quran, 55:37)"
What Allah Almighty is Saying here is that when Galaxies explode, they form a red-rose-shaped explosion. He is also telling us that the Universe will all turn into red exploded galaxies looking like red or reddish roses when the Day of Judgment happens.

In the Arabic Noble Verse, "wardatan" was translated as "ROSY" above. The root word "WARDA" in Arabic LITERALLY means "ROSE" or "FLOWER". The "tan" at the end of "wardatan" is not part of the word. It is only an Arabic PUNCTUATION that only changes the sound of the word for grammatical rules. It is pronounced as "ten", with the "a" being short. The reason why the above word was not written as "wardaten" is because in many parts of the world, the English word "ten" (number 10) is pronounced as "tin". Only the American-English pronounce the "e" as a short "a". Most of the world uses the British-English system and they pronounce the "e" as "i", and the "o" as it is, such as "stop" pronounced as "stope". The American-English pronounces the "o" as a thick "a". Also, if we were to add two Arabic characters, "alif" and "noon" at the end of "warda", it would change the pronunciation to "taan" (wardataan), and it then becomes two "wardas"; plural.

Explosion of Galaxies can not be seen with the naked eye. It also can not be seen with regular telescopes. You need the special Government-owned and NASA-owned "Hubble Space" Super Telescope. The point from all of this is that Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him could not have come up with any of this on his own 1500 years ago!

You can see the picture of Cat`s Eye Nebula in http://www.answering-christianity.com/sci_quran.htm

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