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New Statements by Mr. Adnan Oktar (8 June 2015)



In 'The Rays', Bediuzzaman writes "The path of faith and oneness is short, straight, direct and easy. And the path of unbelief and denial is quite long, difficult and dangerous." Unbelief is really troublesome. It tears one's heart out. It is really distressful. Islam, on the other hand is very accommodating and comfortable; your mind and your soul are sound and at ease. But when even a little bit of unbelief rubs off on a Muslim, the misery begins. He feels suffocated, he becomes restless.

He might not know the source of it, but all those things happen because he partially slips towards unbelief. He feels a bit of admiration for unbelief and it destroys him. For example, he admires their style on the internet, and with it he chucks himself away. Or, he admires their lifestyles. In a sense, he admires not the religiously lawful but unlawful lifestyle. He wants to experience it just a little. He says that his religious and social lives are separate. Here is where they've lost. The truth is that life is a whole. Islam is in its entirety. Islam embraces all phases of life, everything about it. One would destroy himself if he acts in this way.



New Statements by Mr. Adnan Oktar (1 June 2015)



Bara'at night is the night between the 14th day of the month of Shaban and the 15th.

God points out to Bara'at night in Surat ad-Dukhan.

Surat Ad-Dukhan, Verse:1 "Ha, Mim." Here is a code. 'Ha' is a code, 'Mim' is a code.

Surat Ad-Dukhan, Verse:2  "By the Book which makes things clear"

Surat Ad-Dukhan, Verse:3 "We sent it down on a blessed night; We are constantly giving warning." That is the night.

Surat Ad-Dukhan, Verse 4: "During it (during that night) every wise decree is specified."

This night is said to be the Bara'at night, in the interpretations.

Just before Bara'at night, while Bediüzzaman was busy editing The Staff of Moses, a dove came to his window and looked at him. And Bediüzzaman says, "I asked 'Did you bring me good news?' Then he came inside," he says.

"He didn't even flinch, as if we had been old friends," he says. It landed on The Staff of Moses (the book). See, how sweet it is. It sat there for three hours. This is really wondrous. Actually this is a miracle, but such wondrous things are called as the wonders of saintly people. Obviously, it was not an ordinary dove. It was a special creature. How can it sit on a book for three hours? Bediuzzaman says, that he gave it bread and rice but it didn't eat.  This is impossible for a bird. It is an animal, I mean; it eats. But angels do not. " It stayed until the evening and then left," says Bediuzzaman. "Later it returned and stayed by my side until morning," says Bediüzzaman. That happened on the night of Bara'at. "It came nearby my head, while I lie in bed" he says. This incident is even more wondrous than wondrous. "It patted my head as if to say farewell," he says. "And then it flew away".

"On the second day, while I was deploring, it returned," he says. "It stayed with me for one more night" he says. "It means that this blessed bird wanted to congratulate me both for The Staff of Moses and for the Bara'at night, " he says. This is also a sign showing that Bediüzzaman is a blessed man. This really is a wondrous incident. People ask, "How does a miracle work?" This is how it works. Does it take away the free will of the mind? It does not. But when you think about it, it is an astonishing incident.


New Statements by Mr. Adnan Oktar (31 May 2015)



In the Qur'an, God refers to "those who believe and do righteous actions." If one is righteous, if he does righteous actions, beauty instantly begins for him. Sincere. What does sincere mean? It means the one who experiences love in the most beautiful way. Actually, those who live love in the most beautiful way are the righteous ones. The word itself is refreshing anyway.


The names “Ar-Rahman” (The Most Gracious) and “Ar-Raheem” (The Most Merciful), for instance, are comforting. They only express love. But in the name "Al-Qahhar (The Subduer)", the expression of love is covert. Meaning; He subdues, crushes the unbelief, and saves the believer. God avenges the believers, the ones He loves. And that is a demonstration of love from God. The reason God crushes and subdues unbelief is His love for the believers. Also in that act, there is a covert love.


"Leaning on the shoulders of two figures," says our Prophet (saas) regarding the Prophet Jesus Messiah (pbuh). He says that it is how he saw the Prophet Jesus (pbuh) in a dream. "He was on a pilgrimage leaning on the shoulders of two figures," he says. "He was circumambulating the Kaaba in between two figures." One of them is Imam Mahdi. The other one is Hazrat Khidr (pbuh) for all I know. We might see them as two figures when we look at them with our worldly eyes, as Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) and the Prophet Jesus (pbuh) for example; but when the Prophet looks at them, he sees them as three people. He would see even more figures if he looks in a different way. Gabriel, Michael, the archangels, angels of Islam. They are with thousands of angels.


New Statements by Mr. Adnan Oktar (28 May 2015)



It is not an ordinary trial. There is a serious trial, a serious training. It is not only a trial, it is just called that; it is actually a training.

Surat Al-Fajr, Verses:27-30

"O self at rest and at peace, return to your Lord, well-pleasing and well-pleased! Enter among My servants! Enter My Garden!"

For instance, we experience something and we endure it. But we strengthen our endurance, our patience, step by step. What is this? This is training. What is this training for? It is for Heaven. God chooses a handful of believers and trains them  here. If they were to go straight to Heaven, it would be the same situation as with the Prophet Adam (pbuh). So it does not happen this way. With this training, one attains his right mind, his personality settles in, he appreciates the blessings of God.

In Surah Fatir, verse, 37 God says, "... Did We not let you live long enough for anyone who was going to pay heed to pay heed?.. "

The time we are given is indeed enough. Enough for redemption and training. But people are clueless until the age of 30, as far as I see. It is a period of preparation towards maturity. Maturity comes after the age of 40. One starts to think deeper only  then. In fact, people tend to exaggerate. Good morality, patience, these are good things. But when one starts to exaggerate things, it becomes harder to be patient. They have to be tolerant then. Tolerance and patience are two separate things. Patience is an act of worship that is pleasurable, it is an act performed with ease and comfort. God tests us with a nice trial. In fact, it is, at the same time, a pleasant training. At the end of it comes maturity, kindness, a personality fit for the moral values of Heaven.


As far as I understand, death is not a kind of struggle for Muslims. It is as if you suddenly wake up from a dream. "With ease," says God. And He means with complete ease; He does not mean somewhat easy. Easy means zero hardship, according to the language of the Qur'an. Zero hardship. How so? A curtain suddenly opens while you are waiting, and you proceed, and then they take you in their arms. This is the meaning of ease. But is in the form of waking up. No itchiness, no headaches, no hunger, no sleeplessness, no exhaustion remains, everything suddenly becomes positive. All the negative energy in your body goes away. Suddenly, you feel completely positive.

But of course, if God had shown this to us before, all the effort, all the work related to our world would have been meaningless. In line with the justice of God, if the trial is lifted off for one person, the equality in this world is no more. God does not allow such a thing. Otherwise, one would really like to know what his death will be like; he would like to see a part of Heaven, Hell. God has shown Hell to Our Prophet (saas) but it is really difficult even for the Prophet (saas). He would be really scared and would suffer from it. Our Prophet (saas) is incredibly courageous, Masha'Allah. Who could be able to stand this? You visit the seven levels of Heaven, you are ascended to Miraj. I cannot even fathom what would happen to an ordinary person.  He doesn't even fall into despair.


In Surat Al-Isra, verse: 45, Almighty God says, "When you recite the Qur'an We place an obscuring veil between you and those who do not believe in Hereafter."   

You read to them, you explain to them as much as you want, but their minds are closed when it comes to Qur'an. For instance, they would comprehend it if I would read to them from a philosophy book, or a novel. However, miraculously, God says that He put a barrier in their minds against the Qur'an in particular, so that they would not comprehend. If I would read to them from Kafka, they would be able to comprehend it. They would do so excellently, precisely at that, but wouldn't be able to comprehend it if I were to read the Qur'an to them. They have a notably sharp, blasphemous intelligence but they can't comprehend the Qur'an.

God says that when the hypocrites leave the Prophet's (saas) side, they ask, 'What did he tell a little while ago?' This is really meaningful.

Surat Al-Isra, Verse: 46

We have placed covers on their hearts, preventing them from understanding it, and heaviness in their ears. When you mention your Lord alone in the Qur´an, they turn their backs and run away.

"We have placed covers on their hearts, preventing them from understanding it and heaviness in their ears…" See that it is not possible for them to comprehend it (the Qur'an). They aren't able to. They ponder over it but they are not able to comprehend it. This is a miracle. They are not able to understand. If you tell them about a medical book they would be able to understand it perfectly but they wouldn't understand the Qur'an.

"… When you mention your Lord alone in the Qur'an, they turn their backs and run away." "No way!" they say. "Don't tell me about it, I don't want to listen." But if you start up on a pointless topic, he will listen to you with undivided attention. They just can't tolerate the Qur'an. They would not shy away from any other book, especially if it is about a pointless subject. For instance, if you tell him that you will talk about the history of football in the Twentieth Century, he will listen to you all night long with excitement.


New Statements by Mr. Adnan Oktar (27 May 2015)



Surat al-Furqan, Verse:21

"Those who do not expect to meet Us say, 'Why have angels not been sent down to us? Why do we not see our Lord?' They have become arrogant about themselves and are excessively insolent."

It means that they have a great sense of superiority and arrogance within their souls. This makes them go crazy. I see this sense of superiority in a lot of people. It gives rise to snobbery, impertinence and the most terrible of them all, foolishness that will make them miserable. They tell lies one after another, like a fool. They talk irrationally, something even a fool won't do. They have an astounding anarchy in their souls, an insane anarchy. They have a tendency towards blasphemy. They like unbelievers, make too much of them in their heads and they think that something will come out of it. So, as they indulge themselves in unbelief, misfortune and trouble and nastiness come to them. Nothing else. What  come out of a swamp? A bog does. Nothing else.

Surat Al-Isra, Verse: 37

"Do not strut arrogantly about the earth. You will certainly never split the earth apart nor will you ever rival the mountains in height."

Surat Al-Furqan, Verse:21

"… They have become arrogant about themselves and are excessively insolent."

Pay attention; "...they are excessively insolent." What is it? Terrorism. Anarchy and unruliness. See that God informs us in the Qur'an of the roots of terrorism and anarchy. "They have become arrogant about themselves and are excessively insolent." What God means by insolence is rebellion, revolution. They are excessively insolent, in other words, disgraceful, infamous. I mean, irreligiousness and the lack of the fear of God lead most people to this.

Surat Al-Furqan, Verse:22

"On the Day they see the angels, there will be no good news that Day for the evildoers. They will say, 'There is an absolute ban'."

If you see an angel, it is because he will be bringing disasters upon you. Angels will appear when a believer dies, but they are already dead and their trial has ended. Angels only appear when the trial has ended, they are otherwise concealed.

Good news are banned for them (the evildoers). There is no good news that will make them happy. There won't be.

Surat Al-Furqan, Verse: 23

"We will advance on the actions they have done and make them scattered specks of dust."

They, the unbelievers, are not able to do anything. For example, the PKK wants to do some things, but God plagued them. Hitler tried to do some things and God plagued him. Mussolini, Stalin, Lenin; God plagued them all. God says that He will plague them all, that they will never succeed. He says that He will rise clouds of dust, make them like scattered specks of dust. He will destroy the Earth.


New Statements by Mr. Adnan Oktar (25 May 2015)



Those who are disbelievers will suffer a harsh punishment. But those who have faith and do right actions will receive forgiveness and an immense reward. [Surah Fatir, 7]

God always creates prosperity, beauty and goodness for Muslims.  Muslims do not encounter troublesome people. But God threatens unbelievers severely in the Qur’an, it is 70 or 80 percent threatening. It is because of the vehemence of the unbelievers. Indeed, God says they are cruel and ignorant. Angels ask God, “Why put on it one who will cause corruption on it and shed blood?“ Since a majority of people are like that, God uses threats heavily in the Qur’an. Whichever page you turn, there is always a threat. You will go to hell, you will be tormented; believe in God, believe in the afterlife, look at the signs, you should see signs of God. Look at the mountains, the seas, the plants, the animals. See my signs. Do not deny me. Don’t be unconscientious. Do not try to repudiate Me in spite of your own certainty, otherwise I will take revenge, says God. People say, “No way, God would not do that”, they say “God is merciful”. God takes revenge and then you see it. He destroyed the whole of Syria, He has destroyed Iraq, He destroyed Afghanistan, He destroyed Libya. God takes revenge; it is not that God does not take revenge. There is a bloodbath everywhere. When people associate partners with God, both innocent and ruthless people are involved in it, and they all suffer.



After he misguided the people of Hell, ‘I had no authority over you’ satan says to them, ‘except that I called you and you responded to me. I see what you do not see. Truly, I fear God’ he says.

What does ‘I fear God’ means? In other words, he says ‘I am a friend, I love God. But he expresses his love in a maniacal way. Satan is a typical maniac. There are such men; they say they love and they go and kill the people they love. Or sometimes they act crazily and attempt to commit suicide. Satan is representative of a maniac's mentality, he is representative of mania. Indeed, his every act is crazy. His speaks crazily. “I just called you” he says, you called him and you got him into trouble. Yes, you have no authority over people but you got them into trouble. He brags about it. He says he was not the only one, look they do it too. He does that vileness just to say so actually. You know there are people who say ‘Am I the only guilty person?” It is his (Satan's) mentality.


New Statements by Mr. Adnan Oktar (24 May 2015)



I seek refuge in God from satan, in the name of God All-Compassionate and All-Merciful.

Surat At-Tur, Verse:1

"By the Mount (Tur)."

'Tur' means mountain as you know.

Surat At-Tur, Verses: 2-3

"…and an Inscribed Book on an Unfurled Scroll…"

Usually, it is the Torah that is inscribed in an unfurled scroll. The Qur'an might also have been inscribed in fine parchment during those times.

Surat At-Tur, Verse: 4

"…by the Visited House…"

That is a nicely decorated house.

Surat At-Tur, Verse: 5

 "…by the Raised Canopy…"

People indeed like houses with high ceilings, raised roofs; they feel entrapped otherwise.

Surat At-Tur, Verse: 6

"…by the Overflowing Ocean…"

This is an incident that will take place on the Last Day. Fiery magma will erupt form underneath the sea. It can be deduced from the verses anyway.

Surat At-Tur, Verse:7

"…your Lord´s punishment will certainly take place."

In other words, the Last Day.

Surat At-Tur, Verse: 8

"No one can ward it off."

Because it is impossible to prevent it from happening.


Surat At-Tur, Verse: 9

"On the Day when heaven sways to and fro."

The clouds disperse; the sky is blue now but when the clouds disperse, the darkness of space will be seen.

Surat At-Tur, Verse: 10

"…and the mountains shift about…"

The mountains start to move with the impact from earthquakes. The mountain here will pass on, and the other mountain there will shift about. And as the earth quakes, they all begin to dissolve.

God already says in the verse that they will crumble into dust. Moreover, it is also a scientific fact that the mountains can slide during massive earthquakes. However, there is no recorded incident. So in a sense, it is a miracle that the Qur'an informs us of this. That is because this is only known and estimated scientifically. Otherwise, there is no recorded incident in history about a mountain sliding as a result of earthquakes. All the mountains are in their original places. Their crumbling into dust is not anything that has been seen before either, it, too, will happen during the Last Day. So it is a miracle that the Qur'an tells us about these beforehand.


Surat At-Tur, Verse:11

"…woe that Day to the deniers…"

God regards denial as a lack of conscience. That is because, a reasonable person should ask, "Who created this universe?"  "What is this all about?" Lets imagine a person in a dark room. There are crickets, bugs, birds in there. He should be surprised and think, "Who sees all this view?", "Who hears all these sounds?" If he is not interested in any of these, then he has no conscience. It is not only a threat saying, "heed the Qur'an." The reason for the statement is to ask, "How can you not see God? How can you not see His signs? How can you be without conscience? Thus, you will be punished." There are squirrels, trees, birds. Their molecular structures were unknown; the micro-structure of the world, the cosmos were unknown  then. What are those living beings in a micro-structure? What is the macro structure of space? These things were unknown. Once they were examined, all sorts of incredible facts came to light. It has been discovered that  space is built upon a mathematical balance. Scientists examined the cell and they saw that it is unfathomable.

In the 191st verse of Surah Al-Imran, God says: "Those who remember God, standing, sitting and lying on their sides, and reflect on the creation of the heavens and the earth: 'Our Lord, You have not created this for nothing. Glory be to You! So safeguard us from the punishment of the Fire'."

This is the source of the actual sin. Otherwise, it is not just about reading the Qur'an and not believing in it and going to Hell. For example, here we have a bird named the 'zebra finch' which is downright fancy. Fancy animals recognize and mate with each other. Then out comes an egg, and the bird sits on it, incubate. Out of the egg comes a bird, just like its parents. There is a perfect order. What is a bird doing inside an egg? An egg is something juicy. But then, you see that inside it forms a squint-eyed bird with its wings and whatnot. It is as if this is happening like in 'Alice in Wonderland'. Now, if they say, "I don't care" even after witnessing all these things, then they are committing a sin, there is no other explanation.



New Statements by Mr. Adnan Oktar (15 May 2015)



Miraj is an amazing, a beautiful incident. A gift from God to our Prophet (saas). How nice it is for him to witness many wonders. He sees Hell but Heaven is veiled. He sees all the prophets. All of these are wonderful. He sees Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) and praises him.

Surat Al-Isra, Verse:1

Glory be to Him Who took His servant on a journey by night from the Masjid al-Haram to the Masjid al-Aqsa, whose surroundings We have blessed, in order to show him some of Our Signs. He is the All-Hearing, the All-Seeing.


"Glory be to Him Who took His servant on a journey by night from the Masjid al-Haram to the Masjid al-Aqsa, whose surroundings We have blessed…" So, the surroundings of the Masjid al Aqsa are blessed. " order to show him some of Our Signs." In other words to show him the wonders, significant matters, Hell, the prophets, Mahdi (pbuh). Indeed, He is All-Hearing, All-Seeing.

Surat An-Najm, Verse: 7

"…there on the highest horizon."

There on the highest horizon was the archangel Gabriel (pbuh)

Surat An-Najm, Verse: 8

"Then he drew near and hung suspended."

His wings cover the whole horizon.

Surat An-Najm, Verse: 9

"He was two bow-lengths away or even closer."

Surat An-Najm, Verse: 10

"Then He revealed to His slave what He revealed."

This was the first revelation.

Surat An-Najm, Verse: 11

"His heart did not lie about what he saw."

Surat An-Najm, Verse: 12

"What! Do you dispute with him about what he saw?"

The polytheists, the hypocrites and the weak-minded dispute with the Prophet (saas) by then. They do not believe  him.

Surat An-Najm, Verse:13

"He saw him again another time."

He sees him twice.

Surat An-Najm, Verse: 14

"…by the Lote-tree of the Final Limit…"

Surat An-Najm, Verse: 15

"… beside which is the Garden of Refuge…"

But the Garden of Refuge is not shown to him.

Surat An-Najm, Verse: 16

"…when that which covered the Lote-tree covered it."

Surat An-Najm, Verse: 17

"His eye did not waver nor did he look away."

That is to say that he did not look at Heaven. Heaven is veiled for him. Our Prophet (saas) didn't look at it, anyway.

Surat An-Najm, Verse: 18

"He saw some of the Greatest Signs of his Lord."

The idolaters did not believe that our Prophet (saas) visited the Masjid al- Aqsa. Our Prophet (saas) had not visited the Masjid al- Aqsa until that day, but he described to them Masjid al- Aqsa in great detail. The ones who knew the place well were convinced right then and there.


New Statements by Mr. Adnan Oktar (29 April 2015)



Surat Al-Anfal, Verse:47

"Do not be like those who left their homes in arrogance, showing off to people and barring them from the way of God — God encompasses what they do "

It is surprising how prosperity spoils people and causes them to be arrogant.  After all, it is only a bowl of food they eat, but oddly enough, they become arrogant and go astray. It is a miracle. Once a normal man, he goes insane and becomes spoiled. People are led astray by prosperity. God tells our Prophet (saas) that the reason they turned against him is that he had made them rich, that he took care of them, that he offered them great opportunities and prosperity. This is why they are spoiled and arrogant. Also here in this verse God says that they are arrogant; "...who left their homes in arrogance, showing off to people and barring them from the way of God..."  They are boastful and they show off whereas both you and the ones you show off to are going to die eventually. What is it that you are boastful about? A few clothes, some  jewelry, maybe a car or a phone, etc. You will leave them all behind when you enter your grave. Your iPhone and your computer lies on the desk while you lie underground; you only have a shroud [in the grave]. It is a miracle that God created such arrogance and pertness. For instance, once a normal man, he becomes spoiled and arrogant, and demonstrates a new personality. You ask what has happened to him and they say, "He got spoiled." You ask, "Wasn't he the same guy from before?" They answer, "Yes he was; he was a normal, rational man but he is so arrogant now." Moreover, he goes astray; that's the next level. What does he do then? He shows off to people. 

Being spoiled, going astray and showing off are all intertwined. He strikes an attitude with poor people. As a matter of fact, both you and all the others you see are in need. You will all die eventually. Pull yourself together. Ultimately, you are made of flesh and bone. What if you wear clothes? So what if you have a computer, an expensive phone? You will die because you are of flesh and bone, they will put you in a grave, and you will fall into pieces and rot away. Why would you become spoiled? Why would you go astray? Why would you show off? God warns us that these people deviate us from the path of God. For example, they prevent Muslims from speaking, from making announcements; they prevent Islam from spreading, they set a bad example for Muslims by violating the commandments of God. But God says in the Qur'an , "God encompasses what they do." In other words, God tells us that "I create every little detail; their getting spoiled, going astray, showing off, all of them. Everything is under My control." Because when a man is spoiled, he thinks that he is doing this as a separate power, independent of God; he cannot be independent from God. God says that He encompasses everything. Everything is within His knowledge.


New Statements by Mr. Adnan Oktar (26 April 2015)



No indeed! Truly it is a reminder. (Surah Abasa, verse 11)

Allmighty Allah doesn’t draw attention to anything else other than the Qur'an. It is very confusing  why people cannot be focused on this subject. If Allah doesn’t draw attention to any other subject, than there is no other Book. There is no other law that we are responsible of.

And whoever wills pays heed to it. (Surah Abasa, verse12)

But they have to think. So it means, Allah will give us the ability to think.

Inscribed on Honoured Pages, (Surah Abasa, verse 13)

Look, always the Qur'an.

Curse man for his ingratitude! (Surah Abasa, verse 17) says Allmighty Allah.

From what thing did He create him? (Surah Abasa, verse 18)

From a drop of sperm He created him and proportioned him.(Surah Abasa, verse 19) This is a proportion, this is a miracle. This proportion has ne end. This proportion is  everwhere. There is a golden ratio  everywhere.

Then He eases the way for him. (Surah Abasa, verse 20)

Then He causes him to die and buries him.(Surah Abasa, verse 21)

Then, when He wills, He raises him from the dead. (Surah Abasa, verse 22)

Man has only to look at his food. (Surah Abasa, verse 24) Allmighty Allah draws attention to everything. Allah wants us to think.

...then split the earth into furrows. (Surah Abasa, verse 26)

Then We make grain grow in it, (Surah Abasa, verse 27) Grains, there are hundreds of thousands of grains. If people think about that all of them are perfect. Some of them are tiny and spined, some of them are round and some of them are stacked. Grains have aesthetics, they have their own world and they are living being that have perfect creation. Like insects, they are a group of living beings. For example, it is a kind of an egg;  there is a bird’s egg and this is the egg of a plant. You can think about it like that.

I seek refuge in Allah from the accursed satan. No! I swear by the self-reproaching self. (Surah Al-Qiyama, verse 2) He criticizes himself, for example, when he makes a mistake,  ‘You made a mistake’ he says. For example when he lies, ‘You lied’ he says. ‘You weren’t honest there’ he says. The inner conscience would always criticize himself. For example, now I was sitting here, ‘Let me start a conversation’ I said. I ordered my self and I started the conversation. But what would my self want?  It doesn’t want to do that. It wants to waste time.  We are answering our  self all the time.

... People should not ridicule others who may be better than themselves; (Surah Al-Hujurat, verse 11) To do something self-humiliating. To put himself in a bad position. To claim that he is vile, unreasonable, cruel and to believe that. But he should resist  that. He shouldn’t believe that and surrender.  For example, there is an abnormal characteristic of him, and he says that, but he also puts that into practice. You have that, okay; but you will fight against that, you will get rid of that. ‘I am ignorant,  I don’t know anything’ he says. So improve yourself. ‘I am jealous’ he says. So teach yourself, remove that, quit that. Or he says that he is a coward.  Be brave then.

And grapes and herbs (Surat Abasa, verse 28)

And olives and dates (Surat Abasa, verse. 29)

...and luxuriant gardens (Surat Abasa, verse 30)

and orchards and meadows, (Surat Abasa, verse 31)

For you and your livestock to enjoy. (Surat Abasa, verse 32)

So, Allah wants us to think about everything we see. For example,  man says, ‘A grain’ and doesn’t pay attention. Grains are very rich, for example there are bean grains, they line up in their own beds, like the kids line up in the kindergardens. Their beds are propped with a cotton -like material. They also have a funicle and that is where they are fed. Afterwards, when it is opened, all of them are put in a bowl and dried When the beans are dried, they still stay alive. The lentil stays alive. The chickpea stays alive. It dies when it is cooked. For example, the grains of the clover, when you examine every grain one by one, you can see that each and every one of them is perfect. It carries all the characteristics of the plant in its tiny little body and it also carries all the characteristics of the next generation; it is all coded inside. The grains of all the trees are tiny. But, the tree that it becomes is unbelievably huge. It produces hundreds of thousands of fruit. When we look at the grain of it, it is just as small as the head of a pin.


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