Posts Tagged ‘Holy Quran’

Bible | Quran | Parents

May 10, 2013


Question and Answer with Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad, 12 January 1996

Please start viewing the video, setting play-head position, for the relevant Q3 @ 00:13:56 My understanding after reading the Holy Bible and the Holy Quran is that second to Allah Almighty we should put our parents first. Though we should always respect our parents, their wishes and their guidance is there and time and cause that where we probably have the opportunity to disagree with exception of faith on social matters? Its answer ends @ 00:17:12; the answer is only: 3.38 in duration.

Paarsurrey noted following hint words and syllables in the contents of the reply to the questions asked, in case of doubt, please hear the video and correct accordingly:

Premise, after God the prophets, must be given priority, obey the Government, if there is a difference always Allah and the prophets should be given preference,







Mirza Ghulam Ahmad: The legitimate Messiah or the End-Times Reformer of all revealed religions

April 9, 2013
Mīrzā Ghulām Aḥmad was a religious figure from India and the founder of the Ahmadiyya movement. He claimed to be the Mujaddid of the fourteenth Islamic century, the Promised Messiah, and the Mahdi awaited by the Muslims in the end days. Wikipedia

Mīrzā Ghulām Aḥmad was a religious figure from India and the founder of the Ahmadiyya movement. He claimed to be the Mujaddid of the fourteenth Islamic century, the Promised Messiah, and the Mahdi awaited by the Muslims in the end days. Wikipedia

Abdus Salam (1926–1996)

Abdus Salam (1926–1996)

The points raised by “Mr.Nick T” in his commendable comments deserve to be appreciated, discussed and shared with the wordpress community. We both don’t like to debate; that is also correct.

Now we discuss another point from his post.

Nick T Says:

Quote :”To insist that the pope is not a true representation of the catholic church because he attempted to obscure the path of science, is to commit the ‘no true Scotsman’ fallacy


; without a legitimate living prophet to encourage scientific endeavour , the pope and clergymen, and the equivalent priests and clerics in other religions take the mantle as head.” Unquote

With regard to the Pope; I leave that to the Pope himself to reply; or those Christians who follow him. He surely does not represent other religions.

Paarsurrey says:

Now we attend to another point highlighted by me from your post “without a legitimate living prophet to encourage scientific endeavour”.

Fortunately we have Mirza Ghulam Ahmad 1835-1908; a legitimate Messiah or the End-Times Reformer of all revealed religions of our era who has the honour to have direct Converse with the one true creator God. He did not oppose any legitimate scientific endeavour. He always encouraged to learn and to appreciate science and religion both.

One of his followers Dr. Abdus Salam – a Noble laureate Physicist was a devoted man of religion.

Mohammad Abdus Salam,[2] NI, SPk, KBE[3] (Punjabi, Urdu: محمد عبد السلام‎; Hindustani pronunciation: [əbd̪ʊs səlɑm]; 29 January 1926 – 21 November 1996)[4] was a theoretical physicist who, when he shared the 1979 award for his contribution to electroweak unification,[5] became the first Pakistani and Muslim to receive a Nobel Prize in Physics.[6]


Salam was member of the Ahmadiyya Community[102] who saw his religion as fundamental part of his scientific work.

He once wrote:

“The Holy Quran enjoins us to reflect on the verities of Allah’s created laws of nature; however, that our generation has been privileged to glimpse a part of His design is a bounty and a grace for which I render thanks with a humble heart.”[31]

During his acceptance speech for the Nobel Prize in Physics, Salam quoted the following verses from the Quran:

“Thou seest not, in the creation of the All-merciful any imperfection, Return thy gaze, seest thou any fissure? Then Return thy gaze, again and again. Thy gaze, Comes back to thee dazzled, aweary.”

He then said:

This, in effect, is the faith of all physicists; the deeper we seek, the more is our wonder excited, the more is the dazzlement for our gaze.[103]

I think it helps to resolve your point in the post.

“The Story of Solomon in Islam”

February 7, 2010

cosmicdancer wrote:

A new video by me, taking a critical look at the Story of Solomon in Islam (In Arabic with English subtitles.)

Paarsurrey wrote:

Hi friend cosmicdancer

I think you refer to the following verses of Quran:

The Holy Quran : Chapter 27: Al-Naml

[27:16] And We gave knowledge to David and Solomon and they said, ‘All praise belongs to Allah, Who has exalted us above many of His believing servants.’
[27:17] And Solomon was heir to David. And he said, ‘O ye people, we have been taught the language of birds, and we have had all necessary things bestowed upon us. This indeed is God’s manifest Grace.’
[27:18] And there were gathered together unto Solomon his hosts of jinn and men and birds, and they were formed into separate divisions,
[27:19] Until when they came to the valley of Al-Naml, a Namlite said, ‘O ye Naml, enter your habitations, lest Solomon and his hosts crush you, while they know not.’
[27:20] Thereupon he smiled wondering at her words and said, ‘My Lord, grant me that I may be grateful to Thee, for Thy favour which Thou hast bestowed upon me and upon my parents, and that I may do such good works as would please Thee, and admit me, by Thy mercy, among Thy righteous servants.’
[27:21] And he reviewed the birds and said, ‘How is it that I do not see Hudhud? Is he deliberately absent?
[27:22] ‘I will surely punish him with a severe punishment or I will slay him, unless he brings me a clear reason for his absence.
[27:23] And he did not tarry long before Hudhud came and said, ‘I have acquired knowledge of that of which thou hast no knowledge; and I have come to thee from Saba’ with sure tidings;
[27:24] ‘I found a woman ruling over them, and she has been given every necessary thing and she has a mighty throne;
[27:25] ‘I found her and her people worshipping the sun instead of Allah, and Satan has made their works look beautiful to them, and has thus hindered them from the right way, so they are not rightly guided –
[27:26] ‘And they insist that they will not worship Allah, while Allah is He who brings to light that which is hidden in the heavens and the earth, And Who knows what you conceal and what you disclose of your design;
[27:27] ‘Allah! there is no god but He, the Lord of the Mighty Throne.’
[27:28] Thereupon Solomon said, ‘We shall see whether thou hast spoken the truth or whether thou art a liar….ch=27&verse=14

I have quoted the verses of Quran so that when we discuss we have the context of Quran in our minds.

I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim


Jews claim the Gospels have been blatantly plagiarized from Talmud and certain other Jewish books – even whole paragraphs word for word

May 2, 2009

Promised Messiah’s opinion is that the ancient book of Yuz Asaf is Jesus’ (as) own Gospel which was written during his journey to India.

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad 1835-1908, The promised Messiah, the Second Coming says:

Brother! These are black-hearted people who do not fear
God. They are trying, day and night, to make people love
darkness and forsake the light. I cannot understand how
you could be influenced by the writings of such people.
They are, in fact, worse than the magicians who had
turned ropes into serpents in the presence of Prophet
Moses (as), but since he was a Prophet of God, his staff
swallowed up all their serpents.

The Holy Quran is likewise
the ‘staff of God’ which continues to swallow up
snakes made of ropes, and the day is coming—it is indeed
at hand—when they shall all disappear without a trace.
The author of Yanabi-ul-Islam has tried to prove that the
Holy Quran has been copied from certain accounts or
books, but his effort is nothing compared to the effort
made by a learned Jew to determine the authenticity of the

He has established, in his own estimation, that
the moral teachings of the Gospels have been taken from
the Jewish scripture Talmud and certain other books of
the Israelites, and that this act of plagiary has been so blatant
that whole paragraphs have been copied word for

The scholar has proved that the Gospels are a collection
of stolen material, and has gone so far as to prove
that the ‘Sermon on the Mount’—in which Christians take
such pride—has been copied verbatim from the Talmud.
He has shown that the text has also been copied from
various other books, and has thus astonished many people.
European researchers are also taking a keen interest in this

I recently came across a book written by a Hindu
in which he, too, had tried to prove that the Gospels have
been taken from the teachings of Buddha, and he cited
Buddha’s moral teachings to establish this point. The
story about the devil, who took Jesus(as) from place to place
to tempt him, is also prevalent among the Buddhists. Everyone
is, therefore, entitled to believe that the story has
been copied in the Gospels with minor alterations.

It is an established fact that Jesus (as) came to India and his grave is
to be found in Srinagar, Kashmir, as I have proved with
categorical evidence. And in this context, the detractors are
further justified to believe that the existing Gospels are
merely a sketch of Buddhism. The evidence in this regard
is so overwhelming that it can no longer be concealed.

Another incredible fact is that the ancient book of Yuz
Asaf (which most English scholars believe to have been
published before the birth of Jesus), and which has been
translated in all European countries, is so similar to the
Gospels that many of their passages are identical. The parables
used by the Gospels are also found word for word in
this book.

Even if the person reading it were so ignorant as
to be practically blind, he would still be convinced that the
Gospels have been borrowed from the same book. Some
people, including some English scholars, believe that this
book belongs to Gautama Buddha, and that it was originally
in Sanskrit and was later translated into other

If this is true, the Gospels would lose all their
credibility and Jesusas would be considered a plagiarist in
all his teachings—God forbid. The book is available for
everyone to see. My own opinion, however, is that this
book is Jesus’ (as) own Gospel which was written during his
journey to India. I have proved with many arguments that it
is indeed the Gospel of Jesus (as), and is purer and holier than
the other Gospels. The English scholars who consider this
book to be that of Buddha, call Jesus (as) a plagiarist by implication,
and thus they dig their own grave.