Reply to suspicion about sura 47 verse 4

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    In the name of ALLAH


    Al salam alaikom ..peace be upon you


    Romans 3 : 7


    For if the truth of God hath more abounded through my lie unto his glory; why yet am I also judged as a sinner?




    Using lies and cutting verses out of context , some missionaries pretend islam encourage the terrorism . They want to tell their followers that our great Islam is a bloody religion .

    By cutting and taking the verse out of context the missionary (the illusionist ) wrote :

    When you meet the unbelievers, smite their necks.” 47:4

    @ every liar and missionary :

    You must keep these things in mind when studying the Holy Quran :

    1- you must acquire complete knowledge in the arabic language (very important) .
    2- you must read quran 's commentary (al tafsir) .
    3- you must read verses in the historical and thematic context ( you must read the previous and following verse )

    Here is the verse in its proper context :

    ( 3 ) That is because those who disbelieve follow falsehood, and those who believe follow the truth from their Lord. Thus does Allah present to the people their comparisons.
    ( 4 ) So when you meet those who disbelieve [in battle], strike [their] necks until, when you have inflicted slaughter upon them, then secure their bonds, and either [confer] favor afterwards or ransom [them] until the war lays down its burdens. That [is the command]. And if Allah had willed, He could have taken vengeance upon them [Himself], but [He ordered armed struggle] to test some of you by means of others. And those who are killed in the cause of Allah - never will He waste their deeds.
    ( 5 ) He will guide them and amend their condition


    The holy Quran , Sura 47




    Here is the verse 's commentary ( tafsir ) :

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    The words of this verse as well as the context in which it occurs clearly show that it was sent down after the revelation of the command for fighting and before the actual fighting began. The words, "When you meet the disbelievers in the battlefield ...", indicate that the fighting has not yet taken place ana the Muslims are being instructed that when it dces take place, what they should do.

    The words of verse 20 below testify that this Surah was sent down at a time when the command for fighting had already been given in Surah AI-Hajj: 39 and AI-Baqarah: 190, and the hypocrites of Madinah and the people of the weak faith had been so upset that it seemed as if they were actually facing death.

    Besides, vv. 67-69 of the Surah AI-Anfal also testify that this verse had been sent down before the Battle of Badr. There it has been said:

    "lt does not behove a Prophet to have captives until he has crushed down the enemies in the land. You desire the gains of this world, but Allah desires the Hereafter, and Allah is All-Powerful, All-Wise. Had not a decree already been issued by AIlah, you would have incurred a severe chastisement in consequence of what you have done. So eat of what you have taken as spoils because it is lawful and pure. "


    A careful study of this passage, especially of its italicized portions, shows that what had displeased AIIah on this occasion was that before crushing down the enemy completely in the Battle of Badr, the Muslims had started taking the enemy soldiers as captives, whereas the instruction given them in Surah Muhammad before the actual fighting was this: "When you have crushed them completely, then bind the captives tight. " However, as the Muslims had been permitted, among other things in Surah Muhammad, to accept ransom from the prisoners, AIIah declared the money taken from the captivcs of Badr as lawful and did not punish them for that. The words "Had not the decree already been issued by AIIah." are clearly pointing to the fact that the command for permission to accept ransom had already been given in the Qur'an before this event, and obviously, there is no other verse in the Qur'an beside this verse of Surah Muhammad, which contains this command. Therefore, it will have to be admitted that this verse had been sent down before the above-cited verse of the Surah AI-Anfal. (For explanation, see E. N 49 on AI-Anfal).
    This is the first verse of the Qur'an in which preliminary instructions have been given about the laws of war. Below is given a resume of the injunctions that are derived from this verse and the Holy Prophet's and his Companions' practice according to it and the juristic inferences as based on this verse and the Sunnah:


    (1) The real aim of the Muslim army in war is to break the fighting power of the enemy till it is crushed and the war lays down its arms. Under no circumstances, should the Muslim's lose sight of this aim and start taking the enemy soldiers as captives. Captives should be taken after the enemy has been completely crushed and its numbers thinned down. The Arabs have been so instructed at the outset lest in the greed for ransom and taking slaves they should forget and overlook the real aim of the war.





    The verse speaks about targeting enemies (the combatants ) necks in the battlefield .

    The civilians in armed conflict are excluded in all places, houses and streets !


    To this illusionist and his gang we say :

    Matthew 7 : 5

    Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother's eye.



    Jesus order you to slaughter and decapitate anyone who does not believe in him as a savior !
    Note that this order is valid everywhere !
    why you don't protest????

    Luke 19 : 27

    But those mine enemies, which would not that I should reign over them, bring hither, and slay them before me




    A whisper in the ear of every christian ... look for the truth and you will find it .

    We are ready for the inter- religion dialogue based on mutual respect .

    Click on the link below

    Inter- religious dialogue

    Al salam alaikom

    Peace to you .

    Last edited by *اسلامي عزي*; 03-03-2018 at 02:59 AM.

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