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Islamic View on Aliens ?

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Islamic View:-

In Sura 42,Verse 29 (42:29) of the Quran,we are told, “Among His (God’s) signs is the creation of the heavens and the earth,and the living creatures that He has scattered through them :and He has power to gather them together when He wills.” (8) Before proceeding further,a point or two must be noted.The word “sama”,translated “heavens”,is also the Arabic for “sky”.One may object that the verse refers to creatures in the sky (which would be birds),not in the heavens.However,birds are mentioned seperately from creatures of the heavens in 24:41, “Seest thou not that it is God Whose praise all beings in the heavens and on earth do celebrate,and the birds (of the air) with wings outspread?…” (9) In a note to 42;29,Muhammad Asad states,”In the Quran,the expression “the heavens and earth” invariably denotes the universe in its entireity.” (10) The Quran mentions that inanimate objects also worship God:“Do they not look at God’s creation, (even) among (inanimate) things- how their (very) shadows turn round,from right to left,prostrating themselves to God…”(16:48). (11) Therefore,may not the creatures spoken of in 42:29 in the heavens,be inanimate creatures of God.No.The next verse,16:49 goes, “And to God doth obeisance all that is in the heavens and earth,whether moving (living) creatures or the angels…”. (12) The word translated “living creatures” here is the same as that in 42:29- “Dabbatun”.Comments Asad,”The word dabbah denotes any sentient,corporeal being capable of spontaneous movement and is contrasted here with the non-corporeal,spiritual beings designated as “angels” “. (13) In other words,42:29 is referring to precisely the type of lifeforms that science is searching for,not some metaphysical entities.Yusuf Ali says,”Dabbatun:beasts,living,crawling creatures of all kind.” (14) This is the same word used in 2:164,“…in the beasts of all kinds that He scatters through the earth…are signs for a people that are wise,” (15) and in 24:45,“And God has created every animal from waterf them are some that creep on their bellies;some that walk on two legs;and some that walk on four. God creates what he wills…” (16) Commenting on 42:29,Allama Shabbir Ahmad Usmani says,”From the verse it appears that like on the earth,there are some kinds of animals- living creatures- in the heavens also.” (17) On the same verse,Yusuf Ali comments, “Life is not confined to our one little Planet.It is a very old speculation to imagine some life like human life on the planet Mars…it is reasonable to suppose that Life in some form or other is scattered through some of the millions of heavenly bodies scattered through space.” (18) From such remarks,the reader will realize that Muslim scholars are well aware of the fact that 42:29 clearly mentions the existence of aliens.

Aliens and UFOs in the Noble Quran.

Islamic View on Aliens ?.

 
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Posted by on March 18, 2013 in Uncategorized

 

The Light of the Moon is Reflected Light

moonThe Light of the Moon is Reflected Light !!!

Previously we thought that the light of the Moon, is its own light. It is recently we discovered, that the light of the Moon is reflected light of the Sun.

The Qur’an says in Surah Furqan, Ch. No. 25, Verse No. 61… ‘Blessed is He who has created the constellations in the sky, and placed therein a lamp, and Moon having borrowed light’.

The Qur’an says in Surah Yunus, Ch. No. 10, Verse No. 5… ‘It is Allah who has created the Sun as a shining glory and the Moon having a reflection of light’.

The similar message is repeated in Surah Nuh, Ch. No. 71, Verse No. 15 to 16.

The Arabic word for Sun is ‘Shams’. It’s always described either as ‘Siraj’ meaning a torch, or ‘Wahaj’ meaning a blazing lamp, or ‘Diya’ – ‘meaning a shining glory’. The Moon – the Arabic word is ‘Qamar’. It’s always described as ‘Munir’, meaning borrowed light or ‘Noor’, which is a reflection of light. Nowhere is the moon light described as ‘Siraj’ or ‘Wahaj’ or ‘Diya’ – always as ‘Munir’ or ‘Noor’ – that’s borrowed light or a reflection of light. The Qur’an says in Surah Tariq, Ch. No. 86 Verse No. 3… The Arabic word for the Star is ‘Najm’. It is described as ‘Saqib’ – Its light is described as ‘Saqib’. It pierces the darkness and consumes itself.

[sourse-Islam Solution 2 Humanity]
 
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Posted by on March 9, 2013 in Uncategorized