Monday, October 19, 2015



Well the Koran has a simple, straightforward answer.

80:11  Indeed, this is a reminder.
80:12  Whoever wills shall take heed.
80:13 In honorable scriptures.
80:14 Exalted and pure.
80:15 By the hands of travellers (bi aydee safaraatin)

80:16 Who are honorable and righteous

The Koran testifies that it carries the wisdom of the ages that preceded it. Here is the evidence :

87:18-19  This is recorded in the earlier books. The books of Abraham and Moses.

3:3  He sent down to you this scripture, truthfully, confirming all previous scriptures, and He sent down the Torah and the Evangel

6:92  This too is a blessed scripture that we have revealed, confirming the previous scriptures, that you may warn the most important community and all those around it. Those who believe in the conclusion of events (aakhirati) will believe in this and will uphold their obligations.

35:31  What we revealed to you in this scripture is the truth, consummating all previous scriptures. Allah is fully Cognizant of His servants, Seer.

Therefore the Koran did not bring anything new. What was revealed in the Koran had already been revealed before. 

The Koran therefore contained the wisdom of the ages, written by the hands of  travelling scribes through time (bi aydee safaraatin) who were honourable and righteous.

The Koran says that it was written by the prophet as well. Here is the evidence. 

25:5 They also said, "Tales from the past that he wrote down; they were dictated to him day and night."

Wa qaloo asateeru al-awwaleena iktatabaha fahiya tumla alayhi bukratan wa’aseelan

The disbelievers were accusing the prophet of writing down tales from the past, day and night. This is an acknowledgement that the prophet was able to write and read. It is just that they were mocking what he was writing. 

98:2 A messenger from Allah reciting a purified book

Rasoolun mina Allahi yatloo suhufan mutahharatan

The messenger could obviously read. He was reading from a purified book (yatloo suhufan mutahharatan). A suhuf means a complete book.

52:2  And by the book written  (Wakitaabin mastoorin)
52:3  in an expanded scroll  (Fee raqqin manshoorin)

The Koran was already written down, in an expanded scroll. This was obviously done during the prophet’s life.

80:11  Indeed, this is a reminder.
80:12  Whoever wills shall take heed.
80:13  In honorable scriptures.
80:14  Exalted and pure.
80:15  By the hands of travellers (bi aydee safaraatin)
80:16  Who are honorable and righteous.

All these verses from the Koran provide more than enough evidence that the Koran was written down in a complete book form (suhuf and kitab) during the prophet’s life.

The prophet also wrote the Koran down himself (25:5) and he recited from it (98:2) directly.

The mullahs have concocted the false story that the prophet was illiterate. They also concocted the false story that the Koran was not written down in a complete book form until after the prophet’s death.

The mullahs are certainly not aware of the verses that we have quoted above which prove beyond doubt that the Koran was already written down during the prophet’s lifetime and even by the prophet.

The mullahs then concoct various contradictory and confusing stories, filled with various characters who they say compiled and gathered the Koran in one volume, after the death of the prophet.

However their stories are not consistent and they reject each others versions. For example although both the sunnis and the shiahs share exactly the same identical Koran they reject each others versions of how the Koran was compiled into book form.

The mullahs false stories about the collection and compilation of the Koran after the death of the prophet and that the prophet was illiterate are fully debunked by the Koran.

In the latest discovery in 2015 the University of Birmingham has carbon dated a very old Koran manuscript  in their possession to between 568 AD and 645 AD.  This is much earlier than what the mullahs fables and fairy tales claim about the period the Koran was written down.