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reason why Al-Quran still origin

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in response to reader comment: Islam is full of faults and has been changed since it was first transcribed from Muhammad's rendition

Submitted by Maulana (Indonesia), Nov 27, 2014 at 03:03

Let us talk about "No humanly created document can claim perfection". Of course that no human can create something by themselves without errors. And the Al-Quran was copied many times so there will be a mistake. BUT which mistake will we discuss? If you say that the document have been copied sometimes has the mistake in writing, I agree because we are human and that is human errors. But if you say that it have mistake in the meaning, OR the meaning has changed from 14 centuries to 21 centuries, you're wrong in there.

There is no human or creature being can create Al-Quran, even close to it. No – creature – beings. And the god has speak about it in surah al-Isrâ'/17:88 with meaning:

Say, "If mankind and the jinn gathered in order to produce the like of this Qur'an, they could not produce the like of it, even if they were to each other assistants."

So, with that in mind, "how could the Al-Quran can stay origin without changed for 7 centuries? (14 to 21)". The answer is in the surah al-Hijr/15:9 with meaning:

Indeed, it is We who sent down the Qur'an and indeed, We will be its guardian.

so the god himself was protect it from the change. If you want proof, you could read this: http://www.islamweb.net/emainpage/articles/88535/the-history-of-the-noble-quran


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