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The Binding of Isaac or Ishmael? (Part 4)

This is the last part of a 4 part article from Qur’anic Exegesis ‘Nizam-ul-Qur’an’ (نظام القرآن), written by a gifted Qur’anic Scholar from Indian Sub-Continent Sheikh Hamiduddin Farahis ( 1863-1930 AD) aguing that prophet Ismail (pbuh) as was sacrificed. (Adaptation to English … Continue reading

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The Binding of Isaac or Ishmael? (Part 3)

This is the third part of a 4 part article from Qur’anic Exegesis ‘Nizam-ul-Qur’an’ (نظام القرآن), written by a gifted Qur’anic Scholar from Indian Sub-Continent Sheikh Hamiduddin Farahis ( 1863-1930 AD) aguing that prophet Ismail (pbuh) as was sacrificed. (Adaptation to English … Continue reading

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The Binding of Isaac or Ishmael? (Part 2)

This is the second part of a 4 part article from Qur’anic Exegesis ‘Nizam-ul-Qur’an’ (نظام القرآن), written by a gifted Qur’anic Scholar from Indian Sub-Continent Sheikh Hamiduddin Farahis ( 1863-1930 AD) aguing that prophet Ismail (pbuh) as was sacrificed. (Adaptation to English from Arabic … Continue reading

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The Binding of Isaac or Ishmael? (Part 1)

This is the first part of a 4 part article from Qur’anic Exegesis ‘Nizam-ul-Qur’an’ (نظام القرآن), written by a gifted Qur’anic Scholar from Indian Sub-Continent Sheikh Hamiduddin Farahis ( 1863-1930 AD) aguing that prophet Ismail (pbuh) as was sacrificed. (Adaptation to English … Continue reading

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Qurban Yahudi itu bernama AQEDA YITZHAQ

Rav Saadia Gaon in his Judeo-Arabic Targum on the Chamisha Chumshe Torah, Sefer Bereshit 12:9 תם רחל אברם כל מא מר רחל אלי אלקבלה Tsumma rachala Abram kulla ma marra rachala ila al-Qiblah “And Abram journeyed, going and journeying towards … Continue reading

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