Embryology in the Quran and Sunnah

Mohammed Hijab

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AI: Summary © The speaker discusses the unique feature of the Quranic discourse in relation to the fertilization process, which appeals to people from various generations. They note that the process takes place in one cell and that the Prophet's statement about laying someone couldn't make a call well is an extrapolation of the mixture of fluids between the man and woman. The speaker also mentions other stages of development, including A hesara, which is like a two-pronged person, and the development of a third one, which is like a three-pronged person.
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A unique feature of the Quranic discourse as it relates to naturalistic phenomena is that it appeals to people. And it's understandable by people from the seventh century all the way up to the 21st century and all those in between and all those often. For example, if we take embryology in the Quran and Sunnah we see in the Quran that is referred to the thing that starts the fertilization process is referred to as not an M church in chapter number 76, verse number two, which is basically a mixture of fluids between the man and the woman and we know that this is required in order for the fertilization process to take place one may argue, or we only need actually one cell from either in

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order for fertilization to take place. This is alluded to actually in the fact that the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam said in the Hadith, lay someone couldn't make a call well, and not from all the fluid is the born child. So it's an extrapolation of, of the mixture. And what's really interesting is you have other As you may know, stages of development like Alico, which is like something which clings and Mandala which is like a two thing which corresponds quite strongly somitogenesis. So this is understandable by people from the seventh to the 21st century nihilism between