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Abraham sacrificed Ishmael (Illustration)

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

This verse does not include the names of the children who sacrificed Abraham as. but that doesn't mean it can't be known who the child is.

This is the height of Alquran literature, even though the name is not mentioned, the true meaning can still be known.

There are several things that must be considered, because this is the key sentence so that we can know that the son of Prophet Abraham was Prophet Ismail:

1. In verse 112 Allah says:

In this verse, there is the letter و (wauw) 'Athf litartibi wa litisholi, which means the letter wauw which connects two different events, in sequence according to the order of time, namely the first event concerning the slaughter of the adult son of Prophet Ibrahim (as), namely Prophet Ismail. as and continued with the second event, namely the birth of Ishaq as.

2. The basis for determining that the child was Ismail as. is the sentence عليه in verse 113

the word عليه here belongs to Prophet Ismail and not Prophet Ibrahim, why is that, because in the continuation of the verse Allah says: Dzurriyati hima

dhamir هِـمَا is the property of Ismail and Ishaq, because they are brothers and sisters, so that their children and grandchildren are called Allah, not the children of Abraham and Ishaq, because they are both father children, so the right one is Abraham's grandson from his sons Ismail and Ishaq.

Look at the answer of the son of Prophet Abraham who was about to be sacrificed in verse 102:

He replied: "O father, do what has been ordered to you, God willing, the father will find me as a patient child (من الصبرين).

In the Koran, the prophet who has a special predicate as (الصبرين) is only 3 people, namely:
  1. Prophet Ismail
  2. Prophet Idris
  3. Prophet Dzulkifli

"And (remember the story) Ismail, Idris and Dzulkifli. all of them including people who are patient. " (Al-Anbiya ': 85)

So it is clear, that the Koran has shown a clear evidence, that the son of Prophet Ibrahim who was almost slain was Prophet Ismail as.

In the following verses, the dialogue between the prophet Ibrahim and Ismail tells of the order to slaughter Ishmael, and he both passed the real test with great patience, and Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala replaced Ishmael with a large slaughter.

After the Qur'an tells the story between the prophet Ibrahim and his son Ishmael, the next verse is QS. As-Saffat: 112 Al-Qur'an tells that Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala gave good news that another child named Ishaq would come:

"And We give him good news with the (birth) of Ishaq a prophet who is among the pious". (Surah As-Shaffat: 112)

This verse gives a very clear picture that the good news about the birth of Ishaq is after the story of the good news about the birth of Ishmael and the story of the order to be slaughtered. So it can be concluded that the Qur'an states that Ismail was the one who was slaughtered, not Ishaq.


ACCORDING TO BIBLE

Prophet Ibrahim and his wife Sarah were from the same nation, Sarah had a slave named Hajar from Egypt. In his marriage to Sarah, prophet Ibrahim, they were not blessed with children even though they were around 80 years old.

Finally, Sarah decided that Ibrahim should marry his slave, Hajar.

"As for Sarai, Abram's wife, has no children. He has a servant girl, an Egyptian, her name is Hagar.

Sarai said to Abram, “You know, the Lord has not given me children. Therefore, let me approach my servant; maybe by him I can have a child. " And Abram listened to Sarai's words.

So Sarai, Abram's wife, took Hagar, his servant, the Egyptian, - that is, when Abram had lived in the land of Canaan for ten years - and gave it to Abram, her husband, to be his wife." (Genesis 16: 1-3)

Together with Hajar the prophet Ibrahim had a child who he later named Ismail, when the prophet Ibrahim was 86 years old:

Abram was eighty-six years old, when Hagar gave birth to Ishmael for him. (Genesis 16:16)

And when the prophet Ibrahim was 99 years old, God promised another child but from Sarah's side:

 "When Abram was ninety-nine years old, the LORD appeared to Abram" (Genesis 17: 1)

I will bless her, and from her also I will give you a son, and I will even bless him, that he may become the mother of the nations; from him the kings of the nations will be born. ”(Genesis 17:16)

And a year later a child was born to Sarah who was named Ishaq, two years later the prophet Ibrahim held a large banquet to wean Isaac, so that when Ishaq was 2 years old Ismail was 16 years old, but Sarab changed his mind after having a child, he told the prophet Ibrahim to expelling Hajar and Ismail from his house, then Hajar and Ismail left Sarah's house.

After that Allah said to the prophet Ibrahim:

He said: "Take your only son, whom you love, Ishaq, and go to the land of Moriah and offer him there as a burnt offering on one of the mountains which I will tell you." (Genesis 22: 2)

In this verse it is narrated clearly and plainly that the Bible tells of Ishaq who was sacrificed to be slaughtered, not Ishmael.


IS BIBLE'S STORY TRUE?

The only basis for Jews and Christians to believe in Ishaq who was sacrificed is the mention of the name Ishaq in their book which is in Genesis 22: 2.

"Take your only child, whom you love, namely Ishaq". (Genesis 22: 2)

After being studied, the sentence "namely Ishaq" in the verse has a very serious irregularity, the reason is:

First: the sentence "namely Ishaq" in that arrangement is redundant, because the sentence is perfect, without "namely Ishaq":

Take your only child, whom you love,

With this arrangement, of course the prophet Abraham already understood who was called the only child he loved. Is it possible that a father does not know who his only child is?

Second: The sentence "namely Ishaq" contradicts the previous sentence which states:

Take your only child, whom you love

Because at that time, Ishmael had already been born as the son of the prophet Ibrahim, the mention of Ishaq as the only child in the verse is not in accordance with history and it means denying Ishmael as the legitimate son of Abraham.

"These are the descendants of Ishmael, the son of Abraham, which Hagar, the Egyptian woman, Sarah's servant, was born to him." (Genesis 25:12)

Of course calling Ishaq an only child means denying Ishmael as the son of Abraham, to deny Ishmael as the son of Abraham means denying the verses in the Bible itself.


ISHAQ SINGLE CHILD?

His words: "Take your only child, whom you love" (Genesis 22: 2)

Who is the only child referred to in the verse if not Ishaq?

Ibrahim only had two children, namely Ismail and Ishaq, Ishaq could be called an only child if Ishmael as the first child had died, but in fact Is-mail had not died. Ismail can be called an only child if Ishaq has not been born, this second state is the most likely.

Al-Qur'an suggests that the event of the order to slaughter Ishmael was before Allah gave the good news for the second time to Prophet Ibrahim that another child, Ishaq, would be born, as mentioned in QS. 37: 101-11.

The Qur'an states that:

"So when the child arrived (at the age of being able to) try to be with Ibrahim, Ibrahim said:" O my son, I actually saw in a dream that I slaughtered you "(QS.As-Shaffat: 102)

What is meant by the age of attainment is when someone is able to find firewood, herd goats, look for water and others, and when Ishmael reaches the age of being able Ishaq was not yet born, so at that time Ismail was the only child of the prophet Abraham.

This story, if we return to the book of Genesis, is very appropriate, where at the age of Ismail, who was more than 10 years old, he understood enough to think and was moving into a phase of maturity.

Ibrahim, who received the order from Allah, entered into a dialogue of ideas with his son regarding the sacrifice Allah asked for his son. Then what about the narrative of the Torah, we see below:

Genesis 22: 2

"He said," Take your only son, whom you love, Isaac, and go to the land of Moriah and offer him there as a burnt offering on one of the mountains which I will tell you. "

From this alone we can conclude that the Book of Genesis 22: 2 has experienced distortion by calling the only child Isaac.

Genesis 16:16

"Abram was eighty-six years old, when Hagar bore him Ishmael."

Genesis 21: 5

"Abraham was a hundred years old, when his son Isaac was born to him."

Based on these two verses, the son of Abraham who was born first was Ishmael; If Genesis 22: 2 explains that God's word to Abraham to sacrifice the "single child", it is clear that at that time Abraham's son was only one person. Then where is the other child? Even though the two children are still alive!

So the verse which explains the birth of Ishaq should be located after the sacrifice verse. So after the verse that tells of the sacrifice will it be followed by the verse of Isaac's birth. This is what is called “tahrif” by al-Qur'an, which is changing the location of a verse from its original place to another as cited by QS An Nisa 'verse 46:

QS An-Nisa 46

"Among the Jews, they changed speech from its place ..."

That way it becomes clearer that the Torah does contain tahrif (alteration, addition, subtraction, etc.), and it is also clear that the modified book cannot be said to be authentic from God but is a distorted book by human hands.

Christians argue that the mention of Isaac as the only child of Abraham is none other than because Ishmael was born from a slave and was an illegitimate child ... I think this opinion is ridiculous and baseless ... because the Book of Genesis 16: 3 clearly states that before Hagar gave birth to Ishmael, he has been legally married by Abraham.

Genesis 16: 3

"So Sarai, Abram's wife, took Hagar, his servant, the Egyptian, -that is, when Abram had lived in the land of Canaan for ten years, then gave it to Abram, her husband, to be his wife."

There are also Christians who argue by referring to Genesis 21:12 that what is meant by Abraham's descendants is those from Sarah's seed:

"But God said to Abraham," Do not be disgusted by the thing about your son and slave. in all that Sarah tells you, you must listen to her, for those who are to be called thy descendants are those of Isaac. (Genesis 21:12)

But this statement is rejected by itself with the next verse, namely Genesis 21:13

Genesis 21:13

"But I will also make the offspring of your servant a nation, because he is your son"

So that what is meant by the verse Genesis 21:13 is not a question of "Isaac was the original son of Abraham and became his only son" but because of the problem of Abraham's inheritance as contained in the verse 21: 9-10

Genesis 21: 9-10

"At that time Sarah saw that the child born to Abraham by Hagar, the Egyptian woman, was playing with Isaac, her own son. Sarah said to Abraham," Throw out the slave girl and her child, because this servant's son will not be heirs. together with my son Isaac. "

If Christians argue that Ishmael was expelled by Abraham, or because Abraham hated Ishmael… .. my answer to that statement is "it is the lie of the Jewish priests who edited the Torah"! .... Abraham did not expel Hajar (Genesis 21:11 is a Jewish edited verse only)…. In fact, the relationship between Abraham, Ishmael and Isaac was very close. The Torah records that after Abraham died, his children (including Ishmael) buried their father together. This indicates their close relationship.

Genesis 25: 7-9

"Abraham reached the age of one hundred and seventy-five years, then he died ... .. And his sons, Isaac and Ishmael, buried him in Makhpela's cave ... .."

If it was true that Sarah was jealous and kicked them out, that was another matter. But the most important thing is that Abraham, Ishmael and Isaac loved each other. We can both see the very close relationship between Ishak and Ishmael, through the marriage between Isaac's son (Esau bin Ishak) and Ishmael's son (Mahalat bin Ismail and Basmat bin Ismail).

Genesis 28: 8-9

So Esa also realized that the Canaanite woman was disliked by her father Isaac. Therefore he went to Ishmael and took Mahalat to be his wife, in addition to his two existing wives. Mahalat is the son of Ishmael, the son of Abraham, the younger brother of Nebayot. "

Genesis 36: 2-3

"Esau took ... Basmat, son of Ishmael, brother of Nebayot."

Isaac wanted his descendants not to mingle with the blood of other nations. Therefore Esau married Ishmael's son. So in conclusion the sons of Ishmael were Hebrews too. Isaac would not have let Esau marry Ishmael's son if Isaac thought Ishmael's son was not Hebrew. So Hebrew is not only addressed to the nation of Israel, but other nations who are blood with Abraham.


Teenager or still a toddler? Evidence of the Edited Jewish Torah

To further refine my analysis of the truth of the contents of the Qur'anic verse which states that the Bible has been distorted by the hands of ignorant humans, then on this occasion I will also show other evidences regarding it which are still closely related to the cases of Ismail and Isaac. .

The expulsion of Ishmael and his mother, Hajar carried out by Sarah as stated in the Book of Genesis occurred when Isaac was still weaned because Sarah feared that her inheritance would fall into the hands of Ishmael who was also the son of Abraham (See Genesis 21: 8-10).

Genesis 21: 8-10

The child grew and was weaned, and Abraham gave a great feast on the day Isaac was weaned. At that time Sarah saw that the child that Hagar the Egyptian woman had given Abraham was playing with Isaac, her own son. Sarah said to Abraham, "Cast out the slave girl and her child, for this servant's son will not be heir together with my son Isaac."


Readers notice how Genesis 21: 8-10 contradicts Genesis 21: 14-21

Genesis 21: 14-21
  • 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.

Genesis 21: 8-10 tells of Ismail being an adult (over 14 years old) and playing with toddler Isaac, this made Sarah angry and drove Ishmael away.

The next day… .this is what is strange…. The story of Genesis 21: 14-21 tells the opposite of the previously narrated verse.


Why is it contradicting?

Because in Genesis 21: 14-21 it is described as if Ishmael was still a baby who was carried on his mother's shoulder, then Ishmael, who according to the book of Genesis himself was 16 years old who was already old enough, was again described as a child who had to be laid under a bush. bush (Genesis 21:15) and was ordered to be picked up, carried (Genesis 21:18).

Is it true that Hagar had to carry a 16 year old "adult" boy, shouldn't it be that Ismail was supposed to carry Hagar?

Then it is continued in Genesis 21:20 as if Ishmael was so young that it was said, "... God was with the child, so that he grew older; he settled in the wilderness and became an archer.

So from here alone it can be seen that there has been damage and manipulation of history and the facts in the verses of the Torah, it is clear that the Torah is the holy book edited by the Jewish priests.

QS An-Nisa 46

"Namely the Jews, they changed the speech of the places ... .."

In a religious discussion published by the Islamic Network a few years ago, a fellow Christian denied the phrase "to be picked up, carried ..." which is contained in the book of Genesis is in a figurative form, so there should not be taken literally, because the meaning of the verse is that The fate of life and eating of Ishmael rests on Hagar's shoulders.

Yet if we want to look into the context of the original verses, it will be clear that what is meant by the figurative form does not show that way at all.

Let's peel:

Genesis 21:14 (1974 LAI Bible)

“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.

Not to forget, I will also quote several translations of the above verses in several versions of the bible, namely the Douay Rheims Bible (DRB), the English Standard Version (ESV), and the King James Version (KJV):

(DRB) So Abraham rose up in the morning, and taking bread and a bottle of water, put it upon her shoulder, and delivered the boy, and sent her away. And she departed, and wandered in the wilderness of Bersabee.

(ESV) So Abraham rose early in the morning and took bread and a skin of water and gave it to Hagar, putting it on her shoulder, along with the child, and sent her away. And she departed and wandered in the wilderness of Beersheba.

(KJV) And Abraham rose up early in the morning, and took bread, and a bottle of water, and gave it unto Hagar, putting it on her shoulder, and the child, and sent her away: and she departed, and wandered in the wilderness of Beersheba.

So according to the Torah, Abraham took 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

See the English sentence does not mention Hagar and Ismail but only mentions the word "... and sent HER away: and SHE departed, and wandered" [1]

So it is clear that the one who was kicked out and walked there was Hagar alone, because Ishmael was in Hagar's arms. It's impossible for a 16 year old child to be carried !!

Then we continue on the next sentence:

Genesis 21:15 Bible LAI 1974

"When the waters ran out, he threw the child under the bush,"

(DRB) And when the water in the bottle was spent, she cast the boy under one of the trees that were there.

(ESV) When the water in the skin was gone, she put the child under one of the bushes.

(KJV) And the water was spent in the bottle, and she cast the child under one of the shrubs.

So it became clearer, when the water in the bottle had run out, then Ishmael (who was clearly referred to as THE CHILD and THE BOY) who was being carried was taken down from his body and laid down under a tree.

Do you still want to insist on saying that the word "carry or carry" THE CHILD is not there in its true meaning?

Then we see for ourselves in the following verses where Hagar finally got a spring and gave a drink to her child (THE CHILD) who cried thirsty then the child under God's guidance grew up, so that child at that time was not yet an adult, even though he was already at that time. almost 17 years.

Genesis chapter 22 Jokes

There are 3 main points that must be considered regarding the location of residence:

# Hajar and Ishmael passed through Beersheba (Genesis 21:14), then arrived and settled in Paran (Genesis 21:21)

# Ibrahim was in Beersheba (Genesis 21:33)

# Sarah and Isaac were domiciled in Hebron, Sarah died in Hebron (incident 23: 2)

In article 22,

immediately stated that the prophet Abraham had the order to slaughter his only son. This means that Ibrahim is still in Beersheba.

Genesis chapter 22

1. After all this God tried Abraham. He said to him: "Abraham," then he said: "Yes, Lord."

2. He said, "Take your only son, whom you love, Isaac, and go to the land of Moriah and offer him there as a burnt offering on one of the mountains which I will tell you."

3. The next morning Abraham got up. He saddled his donkey and called his two men and his son Isaac. He also split the wood for the burnt offering, and he departed and went to the place that God had spoken to him.
4. When on the third day Abraham looked up, he saw the place from afar.

5. Abraham said to his two men, “Stay here with this donkey. I and this child will go there; we will pray, after that we will return to you. "

6. Abraham took the wood for the burnt offering and placed it on his son Isaac, and he took the fire and the knife in his hand. Thus the two of them walked together.

7. Then Isaac said to his father Abraham, "Father." Said Abraham: "Yes, my son." He asked, "There is fire and wood here, but where is the lamb for the burnt offering?"

8. Abraham replied, "God will provide Him the lamb for the burnt offering, my son." Thus the two of them walked together.

9. They came to the place that Allah had spoken to him. Abraham built an altar there, assembled the wood, tied his son Isaac up and placed it on the altar on the wood of the fire.

10. Then Abraham stretched out his hand and took the knife to slaughter his son.
11. But the angel of the Lord shouted from heaven to him, "Abraham, Abraham." He replied: "Yes, Lord."

12. Then He said, "Do not kill the child and do not harm him, for I know now that you fear Allah, and you do not hesitate to hand over your only child to me."

13. Then Abraham turned and saw a ram behind him, whose horns were caught in a thicket. Abraham took the lamb and offered it as a burnt offering instead of his son.

14. And Abraham named the place: “The LORD will provide”; therefore it has been said until now, "It will be provided on the mountain of the Lord."

15. A second time the angel of the Lord cried out from heaven to Abraham,

16. He said, “I swear by myself — declares the Lord—: For you have done this, and you do not hesitate to hand over your only child to Me,

17. Then I will bless you abundantly and multiply your descendants like the stars in the sky and like the sand by the sea, and your descendants will occupy the cities of their enemies.

18. By your descendants all the nations of the earth will be blessed, because you have obeyed my words. "

19. Then Abraham returned to his two men, and they journeyed together to Beersheba. and Abraham lived in Beersheba.

If we look carefully, Genesis chapter 22 has two oddities, namely:

The first one

Genesis chapter 22 tells of Isaac as if he were in Beersheba. Even though none of the Abrahamic sons lived in Beersheba. Instead, Isaac and his mother lived in Hebron.

The second oddity

After completing the ritual, at 22:19 AGE, Abraham and Isaac returned to Beersheba. So it is as if Sarah was domiciled in Beersheba. Whereas the Torah records Sarah domiciled in Hebron until her death (Genesis 23: 1-2).

The conclusion:
If Isaac had been slaughtered, Genesis chapter 22 should describe Abraham's return to Hebron, where Sarah lived, to bring Isaac to be sacrificed. Then after the ritual sacrifice was completed, Abraham should have returned Isaac to his mother in Hebron. NOT IN WILLING. The malice of the Jewish priests to edit the Torah was too obvious in plain sight. The Jewish priests edited the place name Paran (where Ishmael lived) to become the place where Isaac lived. But the Jewish priest was in a hurry to edit Paran into Beersheba, when it should be Hebron. As much as possible to cover up the truth, it was finally discovered, that is the parable for the Torah editor.

Allah says:

"Then what a great accident for those who write the Bible with their own hands, then say it; "This is from Allah", (with the intention) to gain a little profit by doing it. Then a big accident for them, what a result their own hand wrote, and a big accident for them, the result of what they did. " (Surah Al Baqarah 79)

The final word

"O People of the Book, indeed Our Apostle has come to you, explaining to you many of the contents of the Book that you have hidden, and many (also) that he has let. "(Surah Al Maa'idah 15)

"And whoever opposes the Prophet after the truth is clear to him, and follows a path that is not the way of the believers, We let him be free from the error he has mastered and We put him in Jahannam, and Jahannam is the worst place to return." (QS An Nisaa '115)

"… .. And only those who have wisdom can take lessons" (QS Al Baqarah 269)

Finally, I hope that this article will add insight and enlightenment.

Wassalam.

Footnote

 [1]: The Bible Contemporary English Version (CEV) has edited the words "sent HER away: and SHE departed, and wandered" to "sent them away. They wandered ”

Genesis 21:14 CEV version

“Early the next morning Abraham gave Hagar an animal skin full of water and some bread. Then he put the boy on her shoulder and sent them away. They wandered around in the desert near Beersheba. "

Such is the behavior of the Church after realizing their own error, masked by thick walls and their movements as fast as a church mouse that escapes our sight. The church really followed the behavior of the Jewish pastors who liked to edit Bible verses.



Source
  • Tafsir al-Qur'an By Ibn Kathir
  • Tafsir al-Qur'an al-Maraghi.
  • Armansyah-Swaramuslim
  • 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/

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