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The Light of the Moon is Reflected Light

09 Mar
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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