Sources of the Quran


A response to the Chris­t­ian mis­sion­ary and polemi­cist, Jay Smith’s video, Is The Qu’ran Cor­rupt­ed ? Bib­li­cal Char­ac­ters in the Qu’ran” by Iqra Pro­duc­tions. This video will show that the sources that the Chris­t­ian mis­sion­ary Jay Smith uses are dubi­ous, decep­tive and have been dealt with exten­sive­ly by Mus­lim schol­ars of the past. It also expos­es the weak­ness­es of the Bible nar­ra­tives and chal­lenges the mis­sion­ary to explain the sim­i­lar­i­ties of the Bible nar­ra­tives with ear­li­er sources and texts.

It is known that the ene­mies of Islam, most espe­cial­ly the Chris­t­ian mis­sion­ar­ies, are unable to accept the real­i­ty of the Qur’an and its divine exis­tence. Hence, they try to make excus­es and their fre­quent clar­i­on of despair is that the Qur’an was pla­gia­rised” from Judeo-Chris­t­ian sources. This claim was repeat­ed by Ori­en­tal­ists in the likes of Sale, Bell and Rodin­son. Need­less to men­tion, these rab­ble did not pro­vide any proof for these accu­sa­tions. Their claims, how­ev­er, are hap­pi­ly picked up by the Chris­t­ian mis­sion­ar­ies who are still liv­ing in the past.

waraqa ibn nawfal

Dis­cov­er more about the intrigu­ing rela­tion­ship between Waraqa ibn Naw­fal and Prophet Muham­mad(P). Dive into the explo­ration of his­tor­i­cal con­text, nar­ra­tive accu­ra­cy, and under­stand why Jochen Katz’s claims may be dis­put­ed by schol­ars. Can we tru­ly val­i­date the extent of Waraqa’s influ­ence ? Let’s delve deeper.