In the name of GOD, Most Gracious, Most Merciful
Proclaim, “He is the One and Only GOD.”
“The Absolute GOD.”
“Never did He beget. Nor was He begotten.”
“None equals Him.”
Universal Unity Editor: Keikhosrow Emami
November 1996 [No. 29]
You shall strive for the cause of God as you should strive for His cause.
He has chosen you and has placed no hardship on you in practicing your religion,
The religion of your father Abraham.
He is the one who named you "Submitters" originally.
Thus, the messenger shall serve as a witness among you, and
You shall serve as witnesses among the people.
Therefore, you shall observe the Contact Prayers (Salaat) and
Give the obligatory charity (Zakat) and hold fast to God.
He is your Lord, the best Lord and the best supporter.
[22:52] We did not send before you any messenger, nor a prophet, without having the devil interfere in his wishes. God then nullifies what the devil has done. God perfects His revelations. God is Omniscient, Most Wise.
The Hypocrites Drop Out
[22:53] He thus sets up the devil's scheme as a test for those who harbor doubts in their hearts, and those whose hearts are hardened. The wicked must remain with the opposition.
[22:54] Those who are blessed with knowledge will recognize the truth from your Lord, then believe in it, and their hearts will readily accept it. Most assuredly, God guides the believers in the right path.
There was a divine purpose in God's allowing the idol worshipers to tamper with the Quran and add two false verses at the end of Sura 9, (128 & 129). The plan was to demonstrate one of the functions of the mathematical code in the Quran, namely, to guard the Quran against any alteration. This also provided additional features for the mathematical miracle of the Quran. God's system never changes (22:52-54). There is a divine purpose in God's allowing individuals such as Dr. Ali Fazely to tamper with the message reflected in the Authorized Translation of the Quran. God's plan is to demonstrate that the mathematical code of the Quran even guards the true meanings of its verses. The true meanings that were conveyed to us through God's messenger of the Covenant (5:19). Glory be to God. At the same time, He provides us with yet additional features to this awesome miracle.
Dr. Ali Fazely, in his Quest to oppose the Authorized Translation of the Quran, has come up with another contradictory revelation and says, "God called us Submitters, originally." The following is a Quotation from his JOURNAL OF SUBMISSION (Volume 3 No.11 , January 1996). "The problem here as we see it is that "He" in the third sentence in 22:78 has been interpreted mistakenly as referring to Abraham. This interpretation is contradictory as far as the Quran is concerned. Submission is the only religion acceptable by God from the beginning of the creation of the heavens and the earth. We learn from the Quran that Noah who was before Abraham tells people that he was commanded to be one of the Submitters (10:72). Obviously, God commanded Noah to be one of the Submitters. No one can inform God about his/her religion. This fact by God's leave was noted by Edip Yuksel. Journal of Submission has always made a stance with God and the Quranic truth is the only thing important to us. As stated above, God, Initiator of the heavens and earth does everything and is in full control of all things. If one still believes that Abraham is the one who called us Submitters originally, after this truth has been recited to him/her, he/she does not follow the Quran alone. All the praises shall be as always directed to God alone."
What is said by Dr. Fazely and his type stem out of their utter ignorance regarding the Quranic verses. "Their minds are blocked; they do not understand." They do not understand that the birds, the insects, the fish, the animals, the trees, the mountains, the stars, the sun and the moon, and some among the people have accepted a submissive role. Therefore, they are submitters. They are submitters regardless of any religion. All the submitters are not following the religion of Submission; while those who follow are all Submitters. Adam and Eve, after they realized that they had fallen into devil's temptation, repented to the Almighty and became Submitters. Yes, Noah was one of the Submitters, but he did not practice the religion of Submission. The Quran teaches us that all the practices of the religion of Submission were decreed through Abraham. We are commanded by the Almighty to follow the religion of Abraham. Why is it so difficult for some to understand these simple Quranic facts? If the practices of the religion of Submission were started at the time of Abraham, so why he cannot be the one by God's leave to have called us Submitters originally? As it turns out, this denial by the opposition has by far a much greater implication. All the praises are due to Almighty God. He is doing everything. He has allowed the human devils to inspire in each other fancy words in order to deceive. The hypocrites take the bait and consequently, they drop out. "God then nullifies what the devil has done. God perfects His revelations." Glory be to God. What the believers are about to witness is earth shattering! First, it is going to be a fantastic demonstration as to how the meanings conveyed through the Authorized Translation of the Quran are tamper-proof. Second, it is going to show a new dimensions to this awesome miracle.
[59:21] lf we revealed this Quran to a mountain, you would see it trembling, crumbling, out of reverence for God. We cite these examples for the people, that they may reflect.
"He is the one who named you Submitters, originally."
All the praises are due to Almighty God. Through Ashraf Salmawy, a brother from Egypt, we are blessed with the following miracles. These miracles take us into new dimensions and show us new wonders about this Book of God.
BY: ASHRAF SALMAWY
The second word "Ho`wa" (he) in 22:78 refers to Abraham and not to God as interpreted by some readers of the Quran. Bearing in mind the fact that anything that was done by Abraham may only have been done by the will of God Almighty, the following proofs provide conclusive evidence that the statement made in the verse refers to Abraham.
1. The word "Sam`maa`kum" (called you), which will be shown to be what Abraham did, immediately stands out to be of special importance in verse 78 as it is the 19th word of the verse. The G. Value of this word is 160. If we add this number to 258, the G. value of Abraham, we get:
160 + 258 = 418 = 19 x 22
(22 is the Sura number)
2. The G. Value of the statement "He is the one who named you 'Submitter' originally." is 654. It we add this number to 258, the G.V. of Abraham, we get:
654 + 258 = 912
19 x 48
In the above calculations, instead of the G. value of Abraham, 258, if we add the G. Value of God, 66, we see that the resulting numbers are not multiple of nineteen.
3. The word "ho`wa" (he) is mentioned three times in verse 78. The second occurrence, as we examined above, refers to Abraham. However, the other two occurrences, the first and the third, refer to God. To test our theory, let us add the gematrical value of God, 66, to the G. Value of the two statements. We want to see that if the numbers obtained are multiple of nineteen. The first statement says, "He has chosen you and has placed no hardship on you in practicing your religion."
The third statement says, "He is your Lord, the best Lord."
The G. Value of the first statement is 1283. If we add this number to 66, the gematrical value of God, we get:
1283 + 66 = 1349
19 x 71
The G. Value of the third statement is 504. Adding this number to 66, the G. Value of God, in Arabic "Allah," we get:
504 + 66 = 570
19 x 30
GOD BE GLORIFIED
Thus the first and the third word "He" refer to God, but the second refers to Abraham. This corresponds exactly with the number of times the words "God" and" Abraham" appear in the verse. The word "God" appears twice, while the word "Abraham" appears once. The order in which the above words appear in the verse is (God .. Abraham .. God). This again is identical to the manner in which the three occurrences of the word "Ho`wa" (he) in the verse refer to God (1st and 3rd) and Abraham (2nd).
4. Now, let us look at the G. Value of the two words "Ho`wa Sam`maakum" (He named you). The G. Value of the word "Ho`wa" (he) is 11. The G. Value of the word "Sam`maakum" (named you) is 160. If we write these two values side by side followed by 258, the G. Value of Abraham, we get:
11,160,258 = 19 x 587382
GOD BE GLORIFIED
5. Now, let us take a look at the order of the words (God . Abraham . God) in the verse as well as the three occurrences of the word "Ho`wa" (He).
1st "Ho`wa" (He)
2nd "Ho`wa' (he)
___3rd "Ho`wa" (He)__
The interesting fact here is that if we place the numbers that show the order of the words in the verse side by side, we do not obtain a multiple of nineteen, but if we insert the G. Value of God (66), Abraham (258), and God (66) in their respective places, we indeed get a multiple:
19 x 1929564118862314
6. If we add each of the first two figures, the numbers that show the position of the words in the verse, we get:
19 x 50860662514
7. Incredibly, if we continue with the above procedure and add the three new numbers obtained to the G. Value of the words they refer to (God ..Abraham ..God), we get:
19 x 3962797
Glory be to God, we should be able to follow the true meanings alongside with these numbers. 75 represents the first occurrence of the word "God" in the verse together with the (He) that refers to Him. 293 shows Abraham together with the (he) that refers to him. 143 represents the second occurrence of the word "God" in the verse together with the (He) that refers to Him. Thus the first and the last word "He" in the verse refer to God. While the second "he" refers to Abraham.
8. In proof No. 6, we used numbers that represented the order of the words together with the G. Value of the words (God ... Abraham ... God). Now, let us include the G. Value of the three (he)s, each one having a value of 11 , and insert each in its respective position.
19 x 47982290066251114
La Elaaha Ella Allah
9. The G. Value of the three "Ho`wa" (he) combined is 33, (3 x 11 ). The G. Value of the words (God ... Abraham ...God) combined is 390. Thus 423, (33+390), is a number that represents the three occurrences of the word (he), the two occurrences of the word (God), and the only occurrence of the word (Abraham) in 22:78. If we place the above numbers side by side, we get:
22,78,423 = 19 x 119917
10. The G. Value of verse 78 is 8054. Let us this time, instead of the sura and the verse number, place the G. Value of the complete verse, 8054, next to 423 which we obtained in the previous calculation.
8054,423 = 19 x 423917
11. This time, let us simply place the G. Value of the three "Ho`wa" (he), 11,11 ,11 , side by side with the G. Value of (God .. Abraham .. God), 66,258,66.
11,11,11,66,258,66 = 19 x 58479822414
GOD BE GLORIFIED
12. Next, we add 11, the G. Value of "Ho`wa" (he), to 66, 258, and 66, the G. Value of each of the words (God . Abraham . God) and place the numbers obtained side by side.
19 x 406683
13. Now instead of the G. Value of the three "Ho`wa" (he), let us use the G. Value of the three words that immediately follow them in our calculations. These words are "Aj`tabaa`kum" (chosen you), "Sam`maakum" (named you) , and "Mow`laa`kum" (your Lord). The G.Value of these three words are 466, 160, and 136 respectively. As in the previous proof, we add these values in their proper order to 66, 258, and 66, the G. Value of (God . Abraham . God).
(466+66) + (160+258) + (136+66)
(532 + 418 + 202)
1152, represents three very meaningful statements: God has "chosen you," Abraham has "named you," and God is "your Lord." If we place 22, the sura number, 78, the verse number, and 1152 side by side, we get:
22,78,1152 = 19 x 1199008
14. Let us this time, instead of the sura and the verse number, place the G. Value of the entire verse, 8054, next to 1152 which we obtained in the previous calculation.
8054,1152 = 19 x 4239008
GOD BE GLORIFIED
15. Let us look at the order in which these three words are placed in the verse:
Aj`tabaa`kum (Chosen you)
Sam`maakum (Named you)
Mow`laa`kum (Your Lord)
Now instead of the G. Value of these three words in 22:78, we use their respective order in our calculations. First, God (66) has "Chosen you" (7). Second, Abraham (258) has "Named you" (19). And, third, God (66) is "Your Lord" (40). If we place the above numbers side by side, we get:
19 x 119929855694560
16. Now let us add each of the two related numbers together.
19 x 11993330374
17. In the last two proofs, if we use the G. Value of the complete verse (8054) instead of the sura and the verse number, we again get numbers that are multiple.
19 x 423929855694560
8054,73,277,106 = 19 x 42393330374
GOD BE GLORIFIED
18. If we continue adding these numbers, we end up with yet another multiple.
73 + 277 + 106 = 456
19 x 24
19. Another feature that provides conclusive evidence that the statement "He is the one who named you 'Submitters' originally," refers to Abraham is the number of "Ho`wa" (he)s in Sura 22. In this sura the count of the word "He" that specifically refer to God is 8 (not counting the "he" in verse 78 that refers to Abraham). If we were to add this one to our counts, then the number increases to 9. We also do not count other "Ho`wa" (he)s that do not refer to God. For example, the "Ho`wa" (he) in verse 11 refers to a "great loss," and the one in verse 12 refers to "straying." Please note that the word "Ho`wa" is used for persons as well as abstract words. In the latter use, this word is translated to "such."
The following points of evidence will all ascertain that the count of "Ho`wa" (He) in Sura 22 that refers to God is 8 and not 9. In this sura, the 8 words "Ho`wa" (He) that refer to God are found in 6 different verses:
The first immediate observation is that if we place 22, the Sura number, and 8, the number of "Ho`wa," (He) that refer to God in this sura side by side, we get a multiple.
22,8 = 19 x 12
20. The 8 word (He) that refer to God are placed in six verses. The sum of the verse numbers is 334. If we add the two numbers, we get:
334 + 8 = 342 = 19 x 18
Praise be to God, Lord of the universe!