Ismail as was the first son of Prophet Ibrahim as with Hajar, Ishaq as was the second son of Ibrahim as with Sarah. Sarah was Ibrahim's first wife, but until she reached the age of her grandmother, she had not been blessed with children, so Sarah decided that the prophet Ibrahim should marry his slave, Hajar. So Ibrahimpun had a son with Hajar who was named Ismail. Sarah was jealous that she threw Hajar out of her house, Ibrahimpun took Hajar and Ismail to Mecca and left them in Mecca.
According to Christian and Jewish faith, the son who was sacrificed by Abraham was Ishaq, but according to Islamic faith the son who was sacrificed was Ishmael. The difference between these two faiths cannot both be true, it must be only one that is true, because
Indeed, in the matter of who is sacrificed is not a matter of faith, but the truth of who was sacrificed has enormous consequences, especially for Christians and Jews, because this truth is directly related to the accuracy of the scriptures in telling the real events.
Alquran implies that the son of Prophet Ibrahim who was sacrificed was Ishmael, while according to the Talmud and Bible, namely the Jewish and Christian religious books, it states directly and emphatically that the son of the prophet Abraham who was sacrificed was Ishaq.
A thorough and honest study, both based on the Alquran, Bible and the Talmud, the same conclusion will be drawn that the son of the prophet Abraham who was sacrificed was Ismail as not Ishaq as claimed by Jews and Christians so far. The mention of the name Ishaq in the Bible and the Talmud is grammatically qualified as a insertion for the writers of the book because of his malevolence, let's study it scientifically and objectively.
ACCORDING TO AL-QUR'AN
Let us look at verses 100-113 Surah Ash-Shaffat
- 100. O my Lord, grant it to me (a child) who is among the pious.
- 101. So we gave him good news with a very patient child.
- 102. So when the child arrived (at the age of being able to) try to be with Ibrahim, Ibrahim said: "O my son, I saw in a dream that I slaughtered you. Then think what you think! " he replied: "O my father, do what is ordered of you; God willing, you will find me, including those who are patient ".
- 103. When both of them had surrendered and Abraham laid his son on (his) temple, (it was evident that the patience of both of them)
- 104. And we called him: "Hi Ibrahim,
- 105. Surely you have confirmed the dream, indeed that is how we give reward to those who do good.
- 106. Truly This is a real test.
- 107. And we redeemed the child with a large slaughter.
- 108. We enshrined it for Ibrahim (good praise) among those who came later
- 109. (ie) "Welfare bestowed upon Ibrahim".
- 110. In this way we reward those who do good.
- 111. Indeed, he is one of our servants who believe.
- 112. And we gave him good news with (the birth of) Ishaq a prophet who was among the pious people.
- 113. We bestow blessings on him and on Ishaq and among his children there are those who do good and there are (also) who do wrong to themselves clearly
- Prophet Ismail
- Prophet Idris
- Prophet Dzulkifli
- 14. Early the next morning Abraham took the bread and a bottle of water and gave them to Hagar. He put it and the child on Hagar's shoulder, and he sent her away. So Hagar went and wandered in the wilderness of Beersheba.
- 15. When the waters ran out, he threw the child under the bush,
- 16. And he sat some distance away, about as far as an archer, because he said: "I can't bear to see that boy die." As he sat there, he cried out loud.
- 17. God heard the boy's voice, and the angel of God called out from heaven to Hagar, saying to him, “What are you troubling about, Hagar? Do not be afraid, for Allah has heard the child's voice from where he is lying.
- 18. Get up, adopt the child, and guide him, for I will make him a great nation. "
- 19. Then God opened Hagar's eyes, so that he saw a well; he went to fill his bottle with water, and gave the boy a drink.
- 20. God was with the child, so that he grew older; he settled in the wilderness and became an archer.
- 21. So he lived in the wilderness of Paran, and his mother took a wife for him from the land of Egypt.
- Tafsir al-Qur'an By Ibn Kathir
- Tafsir al-Qur'an al-Maraghi.
- Ecyclopedia of Islamic Law, Volume 3, Published by PT. Ichtiar Baru Van Houve, Jakarta, 6th edition, 2003
- You can download the KJV, DRB, and ESV Bible programs at http://www.e-sword.net
- Bible LAI 1974
- The Histrory The Qur'anic Test From Revelation to Compilation-The history of al-Qur'an texts from revelation to compilation, by Prof. Dr.M.M.Al-Azami, p. 197
- http://answering.wordpress.com/2008/12/06/ismail-atau-ishak-yang-dikur sacrifice-versi-islam-dan-kristen/