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    What God said to His messenger about people

    How Abu-Abd Allah came to understand the Quran: by inspiration and by practical application.
    God let him experience about the same situation and he would then understand the implication of the ayat of the Quran.

    What people had said to God's messenger, the same they said to Abu Abd-Allah .. in fact, they used to say the same words to every messenger or apostle.

    Quran 42: 43, which means:
    (No [mockery or denial] that has been said to you [Mohammed], but it had been said to the messengers [: apostles] before you f)
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    43 f It means: Whatever the associaters [and idolaters] have said to you in answer to your inviting them, is like to the denial and mockery that had been said to the other messengers before you; so do not bother yourself in case they deny you and do not be sad in case they ridicule you; for this is not a new one of their acts.

    http://quran-ayat.com/pret/41.htm#a41_43
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    So most people did not believe, and God instructed His messenger.. the idolaters objected with many falsehood arguments, and God answered each one of their objections by the tongue of His messenger.

    Quran 25: 33, which means:
    (And they bring you [Mohammed] no argument g but We bring you the true [answer h as against it], and a better explanation [and exposure of the meaning.])
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    33 g With which they dispute against you so as to falsify your message and to contradict you.

    33 h Which disproves and refutes their arguments.

    See the explanation of all the ayat of the Quran in this link:
    http://quran-ayat.com/pret/contents.php
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    Some examples of the objections of idolaters which God answered in the Quran :

    Quran 25: 32, which means:
    (And those who disbelieve said: "Why has not the Quran [as a whole] been revealed to him all at once [written in a book.]

    [So God replied to their words, and said:]
    as such d that We may thereby make firm your heart [to the belief e ], and We have revealed it piecemeal f .)
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    32 d i.e. as did We reveal it piecemeal, as such will We reveal it to you in the future, and We will not reveal it all at once, as do they suggest, and the purpose of that is …

    32 e And that you [Mohammed] may be confident with the message, and in order that you will know it by heart, and will not forget it.

    32 f i.e. And We divided it, as detailed phrases.

    The explanation by Mohammed-Ali Hassan Al-Hilly:
    http://quran-ayat.com/pret/25.htm#a25_33
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    Some other objections of the idolaters :

    Quran 25: 7-8, which mean:
    (7. And they say: “What sort of Messenger is this [Mohammed] that he eats food [as do we eat], and walks in the markets [to obtain his livelihood, as do we walk?]
    Why has not an angel been sent down to him that he might help him about the warning?”


    8. "Or [why] has not a treasure been cast to him [so that he may not be in need of working], or why has he not a garden to eat of its [fruits?]"
    And the wrong-doers [: the associaters] said [to the believers]: "You are only following a man, [whom they] bewitched [and so he has become mad.]"
    )

    Such were some of their objections to the messenger .. therefore, God replied to their objections , and said in the following ayat of the Quran 25: 9-11, which mean:

    (9. See [Mohammed] how they describe you in many ways a , and how [their words] have led them astray [from true guidance], and so they cannot find any way [to disprove your case and refute your argument.]

    10. Blessed is [God] Who, if that were His will, could give you [Mohammed] better [things in the life of the World] than the [treasure and the garden, that they suggested:
    [so instead of one garden, He could give you] many gardens beneath which rivers flow; and He could give you many palaces.
    b

    11. But [actually] they deny [the coming of] the Hour c , and for those who deny [the coming of] the Hour We have prepared a blaze d.)
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    9 a When they said: “he is only bewitched”, and “he is in need and forsaken” and “he is possessed.”

    10 b But the wealth of the Wolrd is useless, because you are not immortal, and you will go to the Next Life, which is better and more enduring.

    11 c i.e. Doomsday and the sending to the Next Life.

    11 d Which is Hell.

    The interpretation by Mohammed-Ali Hassan Al-Hilly
    http://quran-ayat.com/pret/contents.php
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    God replies to the claim of the Jews:

    Quran 2: 80, which mean:
    (And the [Jewish scholars] say, 'The fire [of Hell] shall not touch us save only for several days a.')
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    80 a i.e. They mean: seven days which are equal to the days during which they worshiped the calf; because Moses promised them thirty days, then when he did not return, they awaited for other three days, then they made the calf and worshiped it for seven days, and Moses returned after the end of the forty days.

    They said also that the duration of the World is seven thousand years; and that God assigned one of those seven days for each one thousand years.

    [Therefore, God replied to their claim and He said in the Quran 2: 80-81, which mean:]

    (80. And the [Jewish scholars] say, 'The fire [of Hell] shall not touch us save only for several days.'

    Say [Mohammed to these Jews]: 'Have you taken a covenant with God [that He will not chastise you but only for seven days]; for God breaks not His covenant [if He covenants with anyone]?

    Or do you say [mere doubts and wishes] about God, such as you do not know [any real truth about]?'


    81. No, but whosoever earns a sin, and his guilt surrounds him; such are the fellows of the Fire; they will abide therein [forever.]

    82. And those who believe [in God and in His messenger Mohammed], and work righteous work, they will be the people of Paradise in which to abide forever.)

    More explanation in the link:
    http://quran-ayat.com/pret/2.htm#a2_80
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    2God replies to the claim of the Jews:

    Quran 2: 80, which mean:
    (And the [Jewish scholars] say, 'The fire [of Hell] shall not touch us save only for several days a.')
    .................................................. ..........................

    80 a i.e. They mean: seven days which are equal to the days during which they worshiped the calf; because Moses promised them thirty days, then when he did not return, they awaited for other three days, then they made the calf and worshiped it for seven days, and Moses returned after the end of the forty days.

    They said also that the duration of the World is seven thousand years; and that God assigned one of those seven days for each one thousand years.

    [Therefore, God replied to their claim and He said in the Quran 2: 80-81, which mean:]

    (80. And the [Jewish scholars] say, 'The fire [of Hell] shall not touch us save only for several days.'

    Say [Mohammed to these Jews]: 'Have you taken a covenant with God [that He will not chastise you but only for seven days]; for God breaks not His covenant [if He covenants with anyone]?

    Or do you say [mere doubts and wishes] about God, such as you do not know [any real truth about]?'


    81. No, but whosoever earns a sin, and his guilt surrounds him; such are the fellows of the Fire; they will abide therein [forever.]

    82. And those who believe [in God and in His messenger Mohammed], and work righteous work, they will be the people of Paradise in which to abide forever.)

    More explanation in the link:
    http://quran-ayat.com/pret/2.htm#a2_80
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    God replies to the claim of the idolaters2 :

    Quran 34: 35-38, which mean
    (35. And they said: "We are more [than you] in wealth and children a ; [therefore] we are not going to be punished. b "

    36. Say: "My Lord gives provision abundantly and restricts it to whomsoever He pleases [in a way of trial c ], but most of people do not know [about Our purpose.]"

    37. It is not your [abundant] wealth [eventhough you spent all of it in charity] would bring you to Our neighborhood, nor would your children [eventhough they worked righteous work] have an honorable degree before Us [because you are associaters];
    excepting the spending of those who believe and work righteous [deeds]; theirs will be twofold reward [for their believing and for their spending], and they will be in lofty mansions [in Paradise] secure [of every evil.]


    38. And those who work to [void] Our revelations so as to frustrate [Our prophets d ]; such will be given over into the doom e .)
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    35 a And our religion is more truthful than your religion, and so God has given us more than He gave to you.

    35 b As you claim, because we are honored by God!
    That is because they deemed that God – be glorified – gave them wealth and children because they are preferred by Him, and how will God punish the one honored and preferred by Him?

    36 c To see who of them will be grateful for the bounties and who will be ungrateful at the time of restriction; and in fact giving them wealth is not because of their honor or preference by God.

    38 d i.e. opposing them, denying their words; they aim from this to disable them from carrying out the mission.

    38 e Continuously, they will never be absent from it.

    http://quran-ayat.com/pret/34.htm#a34_35
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