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The Quran is Corrupted

The Quran is Corrupted

The Qur'an is claimed to be a revelation from Allah to Prophet Muhammad through the Angel Gabriel. It was revealed to Muhammad in stages, taking 23 years to reach its completion.

At no time during Muhammad's life did he ever order these alleged revelations to be compiled into a single book. If Muhammad was, as he claimed, a messenger to all mankind, it is perplexing as to why he never gave thought to the preservation of his message.

His followers must solely take the credit of the Qur'an's existence today and its spreading to people beyond those which Muhammad had initially subjugated. Muslims however would argue that the Qur'an was preserved by Allah as he had promised.

The Evidence From Quran Itself:

We can find evidence that suggests the Qur'an was corrupted through many sources, but what is most striking is the evidence from the Qur'an itself. The Qur'an tells us "There were some among the Jews who pervert words from their proper places..."

The word "pervert" in Arabic is Yuharifoon, which means "corrupt". Therefore, according to the Qur'an, al-Tahreef (corruption) is achieved through changing words from their proper places.

Has the Qur'an been subjected to such changes? Beyond a shadow of doubt, it has. If we read surah 5:3, it says "This day have I perfected your religion for you and completed My favour upon you and have chosen for you Islam as religion."

This was quoted from chapter 5, and the Qur'an contains 114 chapters in total. How can the religion of Islam be completed by chapter 5, when there are 109 chapters yet to come? If it was completed in chapter 5, then there is no need for the 109 chapters ahead.

Some Muslims argue that this verse was the last verse revealed. If that is so, why then is it not placed at the conclusion? This proves that Muslims have changed the words from their right places, and according to the Qur'an, that is Tahreef (Corruption).

The first surah to be revealed was al-Alak, yet it is surah al-Fatiha which we find at the beginning of the Qur'an. Instead, Muslims have placed the first chapter to be revealed (al-Alaq), as chapter 96, towards the end of the Qur'an.

How is this not the changing of words from their right places? This is indeed 'Tahreef'. Muslims have not arranged the surahs chronologically. They took it upon themselves to organize the revelations instead of Allah completing this task himself.

EVIDENCE FROM HADITH:  (Muslims Own Reliable Source to Understand Quran)

Omitted Passages of Quran:
 

1)After the sudden death of Mohammed (not long after a captive woman poisoned him), Zaid-ibn-Thabith was ordered to compile and write down the Qur'an (Mishkat'ul Masabih). It is attested that at least three revelations were left out. One of these, according to Mohammed's wife, Aysha, with whom he resided at this death, was kept under their bed at the time of Mohammed's death, but was eaten by a domestic animal. References: Musnad Ahmad bin Hanbal. vol. 6. page 269; Sunan Ibn Majah, page 626; Ibn Qutbah, Tawil Mukhtalafi 'l-Hadith (Cairo: Maktaba al-Kulliyat al-Azhariyya. 1966) page 310; As-Suyuti, ad-Durru 'l-Manthur, vol. 2. page 13:

2)According to the biographer and Hadis compiler Muslim (page 501):
"Abu Musa al Ashari said to 300 reciters of the Quran in Basra: 'We used to recite a Sura resembling in length and severity (Sura) Bara-at (Sura 9). I have, however, forgotten it with the exception of this, which I remember out of it: 'If there were two valleys of riches, for the son of Adam, he would long for a third valley and nothing would fill the stomach of the son of Adam but dust.' And we used to recite a Sura which resembled one of the Suras of Musabbihat, and I have forgotten it, but remember out of it: 'O people who believe, why do you say that which you do not practise' and 'that is recorded in your necks as a witness (against you) and you would be asked about it on the Day of Resurrection.' "
 

3)The latter quotations may be from Suras 61:2 and 17:13, but the first, the same length as Sura 9(129 verses) is missing in the Qur'an! In this case the possible explanation, namely that of abrogation, is unacceptable, for it would render God very human indeed. We conclude that the statement about the completeness of the Qur'an cannot be maintained - and with that the argument of "nazil" i.e. that it came from heaven and complete as it is.
 

4)Zaid b. Thabit said: “The Prophet died and the Qur’an had not been assembled into a single place.” (Ahmad b. Ali b. Muhammad al ’Asqalani, ibn Hajar, Fath al Bari (13 vol., Cairo 1939, volume 9, page 9) (See Muhammad has passed away & quran is still not in place )
 

5) Sahih Muslim, page 912
Jabir b. Samura reported: The people of Kufa complained to Umar b. Khattab about Sa'id and they made a mention of his prayer. 'Umar sent for him. He came to him. He ('Umar) totd him that the people had found fault with his prayer. He said: I lead them in prayer in accorance with the prayer of the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him). I make no decrease in it. I make them stand for a longer time in the first two (rak'ahs) and shorten it in the last two. Upon this 'Umar remarked: This is what I deemed of thee, O Abu Ishaq (So there is also Another tradition states or her)
 

7)At a later date when Uthman was Khalif, he sent for the existing manuscr1pts in Hafsah's possession and others, had them revised to one text, and copied several times by Zaid-ibn-Thabith and three men of the Quraish tribe.

"When you differ in anything of the Qur'an, write it in the dialect of the Quraish, because it was revealed in their dialect "

Uthman sent out one copy of this newly established original to every country and issued orders that every differing compilation or script of the Qur'an should be burnt. (Mishkat vol.III p.708).
 

(i) Hafsah's copy of the Qur'an was burnt by Marrah. Why?
 

Quran Never Verified:
 

1) After Muhammad's death ,Zayd who became a Quran expert, was assigned the role of authenticating and collecting the oral and textual Quranic revelation into a single bounded volume. This initiative was high on the Caliph Abu Bakr's agenda, especially after the Riddah Wars (wars of apostasy), and the Battle of Yamamah in particular, in which a large number of Quran memorizers (around 700) perished. Umar convinced Abu Bakr that the Quran should be collected in one manuscript.
 

2) The copy of Zayd ibn Thabit, which was recorded on the instructions of Abu Bakr, was kept in Hafsa's house. Uthman Ibn 'Affan, when he became Caliph, used Hafsa's copy when he standardized the text of the Qur'an.

So even Zayd copy was not a standardized copy Uthman makes it standardize how he knows these where the revaluation given by Muhammad no proof ???

3) Hafsa is also said to have narrated about 60 hadiths to uthman.
So Zayd copy was also not complete...
 

So Quran was never been complete & it was compiled like this from her and there so that's the reason that there where several other Quran's in other districts which was contradicting Quran..

So the memorized Quran also started to suffer Differ for Islam people so uthman had to do something about it..
 

4) During the time of Uthman, by which time Islam had spread far and wide, differences in reading the Quran in different dialects of Arabic language became obvious.

Uthman feared Islam may suffer a large number of division so he decided to canonize it so he decided to use the original Quran but the problem is even the Zayd copy was not complete & standard & the biggest problem is Muhammad never verified it..

So where is your completeness of the Quran ??
 

Proof Uthman Altered Quran:
 

"How can you order me to recite the reading of Zaid, when I recited from the very mouth of the Prophet some seventy Surahs?" "Am I," asks Abdullah, "to abandon what I acquired from the very lips of the Prophet?" (Masahif" by Ibn abi Dawood, 824-897 AD, pp. 12, 14).

Would Mas'ud accept the Qur'an of today as being pure since he refused to destroy his unique version?
 

Mas'ud, moved to Kufa, Iraq where he completed his unique version of the Qur'an (commonly called the Kufan Codex). The unique Qur'an created by Mas'ud was completed years after the most important original manuscript (634 CE) that Hafsah kept until she died in 667 CE. In addition, the Qur'an version created by Mas'ud did not have chapters 1, 113, and 114 that are in the "official" Qur'an of today.
 

Is the Qur'an of uthman is truly pure as believed by you Muslims today?
 

Another unique Qur'an was created by Ubayy B. Ka'ab. He was a close companion of Muhammad and served as a secretary to Muhammad. Ubayy could recite much of the Qur'an, which he had learned from the prophet Muhammad. Scholars have found that Ubayy's version differed from the "official" Qur'an with two additional chapters (entitled: Surat Al-Khal and Surat Al-Afd).
 

(i) Since Ubayy was taught the Qur'an by the prophet Muhammad, why doesn't the "official" Qur'an contain the two additional chapters?
 

(ii)Since Ubayy created a unique version of the Qur'an and had learned from the mouth of the prophet Muhammad would he agree to uthman quran today??
 

Tell me now why uthman neglected these additional chapter ??
 

Why he ordered to burn the rest of these manuscript?? If he consider these or corrupted how does he know it ??
 

Alhajjaj changes the Uthmanic Qur'an:

The text we have today is not even Uthman's Revised Version of the Qur'an, but it incorporates changes by Al-Hajjaj Ibn Yusuf Al-Thakafi.

Al-Hajjaj Ibn Yusuf Al-Thakafi, who lived in the years AD 660-714, was a teacher of the Arabic language in the city of Taif. Then he joined the military and became the most powerful person during the reign of Caliph Abd al-Malik Ibn Marawan and after him his son al-Waleed Ibn Abd al-Malik. Because Al-Hajjaj taught Arabic, he gave himself the liberty to change several words of Caliph Uthman's Qur'an, which is an indication that he did not believe that the Qur'an was verbally inspired or was inscribed in a "tablet preserved."

For brevity's sake we will only mention a few of these changes:

1. In Surah Yunus 10:22, he changed the word yanshorokom, which means "spread you," to yousayerokom, which means "makes you to go on."

2. In Surah Ash-Shuara 26:116, he changed the word Al-Mukhrageen, which means "the cast out," to Al-Margoomeen, which means "those who are to be stoned [to death]."

3. In Surah Ash-Shuara 26:167, he changed the word Min Al-Margoomeen, which means "those who are to be stoned to death," to Al-Mukhrageen, which means "those who will assuredly be cast out."

4. In Surah Muhammad 47:15, he changed the word yasen, which is poor Arabic to Asen, which means "unpolluted."

5. In Surah al-Hadid 57:7, he changed the word wataqu, which means "feared Allah," to Wa-anfaqu, which means "spend in charity."

If you read Qur'anic Tafsirs such as al-Jalalayn and others on these verses, you will notice that they will say that there are other readings of these words, proving that there was corruption

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