Ramadan Gems #01 – Pharaoh in the Qur’an and Bible

Mohammed Hijab

Channel: Mohammed Hijab

Topics: Ramadan

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Their job 10 discount code for 10% discount on a wide range of products including premium Ethiopian black seed products as salaam alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu. Welcome to this new series two minute miracles that we try and give evidences for the veracity of Islam within two minutes of Ramadan. And many people know that we're doing something called sapient thoughts, which are longer expositions, which can be found in the Sapiens Institute, YouTube channel. Today insha. Allah is very simple, that you may have heard this verse already. Pharaohs in the Quran and Allah Boku Allah I am your Lord Most High. Now what is miraculous about this or what is remarkable about this? What

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is interesting about this, is that if especially if we take that Ramses the second he is the Pharaoh of the Old Testament and the Quran, that he did claim to be God. Now this is not mentioned in the Bible, and especially in the Quran. This already dispels through claims that the Quran copied from the Bible, but also the fact the question was, how could it be the case that something so grandiose and something so central to the historical narrative as the leader of Egypt claiming divinity is not mentioned the Old Testament and is mentioned the Quran, especially considering the hieroglyphics were only unlocked in 1799 when the Rosetta Stone unlocked the hieroglyphics so this is a question.

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Already with these questions, we can see that the misnomers that the Quran was copied from the Old Testament and deed. Even now, the additional questions that we may have of where this information would have come from, would be at the fore of our inquiries. And this is a good evidence for the veracity of Islam, because it shows things that quite frankly on on probabilistic reasoning are unlikely to have come from seventh century authorship. Well still I want to come on I'm going to lay out what I get