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In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

Muslim Perspective

Monthly Bulletin of United Submitters International ***

Proclaiming the only religion acceptable to God

August 1987

[No 31]

Zul Hijjah 1407

Editor: Rashad Khalifa, Ph.D.


Bear in mind that all miracles are God’s; He manifests them through whomever He chooses.

The exciting discovery of a divine mathematical code throughout the Qur’an is increasingly recognized as the most significant religious event since the revelation of the Qur’an. For the first time in history, we now possess physical, tangible proof:

(1) for the existence of God;
(2) that the Qur’an is God’s message to the world; and
(3) that the Qur’an despite all attempts to tamper with it, has been perfectly preserved. (See Muslim Perspective, July 1987).

The significance of this profound miracle is reflected in the Almighty’s description of it as “One of the greatest miracles” (74:30-35)

It is universally recognized that every messenger of God was supported by miracles to prove that he was authorized by God. Moses threw down his staff and it turned into a serpent. Jesus shaped birds from clay, then blew into them, and they became live by God’s leave. He revived the dead and healed the blind by God’s leave.


Muhammad, God’s final prophet, on the other hand, did not show his people any kind of miracles (6:37; 10:20; 13:7; 27; 20:133; & 21:5). To get around this “problem,” many Muslim scholars tried to use the Qur’an’s extraordinary linguistic excellence as Muhammad’s miracle, and coupled this with their contrived claim that Muhammad was illiterate. The Muslim Perspective of April 1986 presented evidence that Muhammad wrote God’s revelations with his own hand (see for example 25:5). The idea that the Qur’an’s literary excellence constitutes its miracle does not hold water, since the Arabs were famous for their extraordinary talent with poetry, prose and cleverly composed literature. Additionally, it is a totally subjective and disputable opinion. The Qur’an’s literary excellence, fantastic as it is, does not constitute Muhammad’s miracle.

We learn from the Qur’an (29:50-51) that Muhammad’s miracle is the Qur’an. We also learn from 10:20 and 25:4-6 that Muhammad’s miracle was destined to remain a divinely guarded secret until a specific time when God willed to disclose it. In 10:20, we see that the question is raised as to why the Prophet Muhammad did not exhibit any kind of miracle.

The answer is provided in the same verse, that Muhammad’s miracle shall remain hidden until some time in the future. In 25:4, we see the disbelievers claiming that the Qur’an was fabricated by Muhammad, with the assistance of some other people. In 25:5, we see other disbelievers stating that the Qur’an was no more than tales from the past, dictated upon, and written by, Muhammad. Verse – 6 then provides the answer to these claims: there is a secret within the Qur’an that would prove the divine source of the Qur’an.

Fourteen centuries later, with the advent of electronic computers, the miraculous mathematical composition of Qur’an is discovered. While the Ulema or scholars of traditional Islam are still busy counting the letters in the first verse of Qur’an, the rest of the world has been profoundly fascinated by the overwhelmingly interlocking parameters of the Qur’an supernatural mathematical composition. During the last 19 years, one amazing feature after another has been emerging and causing the Qur’an’s mathematical miracle to be irresistibly

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