The Quran States That the Day of Judgment Will Take Place Without Doubt

Comparative Study between the Bible and the Quran (51) – C: The third part (II)

(Chapter 51:6-10)

The Old Testament verses from 1-10 state that the Israelites  exceed the Egyptians in number (See: A: The first part).

The New Testament verses from 1-10 are states that Jesus has not found so great faith even in Israel (See: B: The second part).

The Noble Quran Verses from 6-10 states that Allah swears by the heaven that people are of differing opinions about Muhammad and the Quran.

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The Noble Quran:

Chapter 51 in the Noble Quran is composed of 60 verses.

Verses from 6-10 are talking about 1) The Quran is the first stating that the heaven is full of paths,  2) The Quran states that the Day of judgment will take place without doubt, 3) Allah swears by the heaven that is full in paths, that people are of differing opinions about Muhammad and the Quran and 4) They said that the Quran is poetry, sorcery, or soothsaying and Allah cursed them.

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Verses 51:1-5 states that Allah swears by 1) the blowing winds that carry the pollens, 2) the heavy clouds which carry rain, 3 the ships that run on the sea and 4) the Angels who distribute provisions that the promise of resurrection is Trustworthy.

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The meanings of the verses 51:6-10

Verse 51:6 says:

and assuredly judgment, requital after the reckoning and retaliation will indeed befall and happen; it will take place without doubt.

In verse 51:7, Allah swears by the heaven that has paths saying:

And by the heaven with all its tracks

that is to say, by the heaven that is created with tracks similar to tracks made in the sand,

It is said in interpreting this oath that Allah swears by the seemly and beautiful heaven that is full of paths;

it is also said that full of paths means: it has stars, the sun, the moon;

and it is also said that full of paths means: full of waves like those of water upon being hit by the wind, or like the waves of sand upon being blown by the wind, or like the waves of curly hair or the waves of armor made of iron;

and it is also said this refers to the seven heaven by which Allah has sworn.

Full of paths is the translation of the Arabic word “Hubuk”

Hubuk is the plural of habika,

Hubuk is similar in pattern and meaning to the Arabic word “Turuq” that means ‘paths’.

Also, habika means make the thing perfect and beautiful without any defect.

Hence, if we say that Allah swears by the heaven that has “Hubuk”, this means that Allah swears by the heaven that is created perfectly without any defect, that is beautiful when we look at it and that is full of paths.

To the best of my knowledge, the Noble Quran is the first book on earth stating that the heaven is full of paths.

In verse 51:8, Allah swears by the heaven of the Hubuk that people are of differing opinions

indeed you, O disbelievers, you are of differing opinions, with regard to the matter of the Prophet Muhammad and the Quran, some say of the Prophet Muhammad that he is a poet’, a sorcerer, or a soothsayer,

and of the Quran that it is poetry, sorcery, or soothsaying.

It is also said that the verse means:

Lo! You O people of Mecca, forsooth, are of various opinion concerning the Truth; some of you believe in Muhammad and the Quran and some of you disbelieve in them. Then the next verse is talking about the one which disbelieves in Muhammad and the Quran. It says:

verse 51:9 says:

It is he, who is barred from the Truth and guidance; He is made to turn away from guidance in Allah’s (exalted be He) and he is turned away from believing therein in Muhammad and the Quran

In verse 51:10, Allah cursed the liars and said:

Perish the conjecturers, accursed are the liars, those of differing opinions, who said that the Quran is poetry, sorcery, or soothsaying.

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The Verses 51:6-10 in different English translations:

Verse 51:6

QARIB: and the recompense shall surely happen.

SHAKIR: and the judgment must most surely come about

PICKTHAL: and lo! the judgment will indeed befall.

YUSUFALI: and verily judgment and justice must indeed come to pass.

Verse 51:7

QARIB: by the heaven with its passages,

SHAKIR: i swear by the heaven full of ways

PICKTHAL: by the heaven full of paths,

YUSUFALI: by the sky with (its) numerous paths,

Verse 51:8

QARIB: surely, you are in different sayings,

SHAKIR: most surely you are at variance with each other in what you say,

PICKTHAL: lo! ye, forsooth, are of various opinion (concerning the truth).

YUSUFALI: truly ye are in a doctrine discordant,

Verse 51:9

QARIB: and are turned away from him who is turned.

SHAKIR: he is turned away from it who would be turned away

PICKTHAL: he is made to turn away from it who is (himself) averse.

YUSUFALI: through which are deluded (away from the truth) such as would be deluded.

Verse 51:10

QARIB: woe to the liars

SHAKIR: cursed be the liars,

PICKTHAL: accursed be the conjecturers

YUSUFALI: woe to the falsehood-mongers,-

Professor Dr. Ibrahim Khalil

Prof. of Clinical and Chemical Pathology,

Head of Clinical Microbiology and Infection Control Unit,

Ain-Shams University. Cairo, Egypt.

And,

President of the Egyptian Society of Inventors.

Member of the Egyptian union of Writers

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