Signs and "missing" basmalah!
From: "M. Hamed" <email@example.com>
55:1, "The Most Gracious" 55:2, "Has taught the reading" 55:3, "Has created man 55:4, "Has taught him the BAYAN <intallegent/clear speech (communicating expressions).
God asks man to "Read/ponder over the Raeding/decree/book He has sent down to him. Men in the modern age consider the invention of the typing machine as one of the greatest revolutions in man's history. It has enabled more thoughts to be written and be ready for exchange through time. Man communicates through time using letters, that is written thoughts. We communicate with the thoughts and notions presented through the letters.
Is it strange that God points to them as signs of the book?
Does God say that: "these are signs of the book that "authenticate and verify " the book?
Do they authenticate A THING? Even those chapters where they stand?
What about the rest of the book? Shoud we through it away that the majority of the chapters have no letters at the begining? Should we conclude that they are not important so man can change the **READING OF MUHAMED** at that part, as we can witness different spellings of the same words in the part which is not "protected"?
It is in human nature to do their best to elevate their own understanding which has been proved as weak, to be DEVINE and call it DEVINE and insist on defending it no matter what.
It is thier right granted by the One toWhom we shall all return and will all be informed about everything.
Now, the "missing"basmalah??
Is it really "missing"?
So, if it is missing why has not it been returned back by those who believe so?
They say that it points to somethng to them, it speaks to them and tells them that: "This is the chapter with which a tampering has occured"??
Well, OK. Now that they have discovered the "hidden secret" and have removed the "additional verses", are they going to return the "missing" basmalah or not?
Here are both possibilities:
1. The "missing" basmalah is returned. An extra formula (accoring to their own criteria and methods) on top of the chapters is created. Complete chaos is created within the already chaosed theory. A whole chapter (74) is no longer needed, that is, it has abrogated its own self and has sacrified itself to the "theory"!!??
2. The "missing" basmalah is not returned and the two "additional verses" removed. Chapter 9 remains without basmalah but without the two "additional verses"!
Now, what does the "missing" basmalah point to?
If someone in 200 hundred years time took the same right and asked the same Question and been "inspired" that: "This must point to a tampering cause God speaks about people writing the book with their hands and present it as from God (that verse will GW be there too). This actually strongly speaks to me that there are some verses that have been removed/added in this chapter."
Now, based on his own criteria of independent and unindependent and singular and plurals and acusatives and datives suffexes and prefexes and those who refer to God and those which do not taking the right to violate his very criteria, then a new theory would be born with possible additions and deletions.
It seems that it will be *essential* to the "protection" of the book to have a little notebook from the appendixes pointing to the coming generations that they are not allowed to ask why a "missing" basmalah and all the possible consequences that can follow from this question.
It is written in the Reading:
"And say the Truth is from your Lord. Let him who will believe and let him who will reject. For the transgressors We have prepared a fire whose (smoke and flames) like the walls and roof of a tent, will hem them in: if they implore relief they will be granted water like melted brass, that will scald their faces. How dreadful the drink, how uncomfortable a couch to recline on" 18:29.
"And when they listen to what has been sent down to the messenger you see their eyes overflowing with tears for they recognise the Truth: They say: "Our Lord, we believe, write us down among the witnesses" 5:83.
It feels fine to be allowed to request the Mighty to write you down with the witnesses as a believer.
My Lord, I believe, write me down with the witnesses.