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anas On April 21, 2012




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#1New Post! Oct 30, 2009 @ 17:59:22
The Verses in the Quran That Mention Future Events Which Later Came to Pass
One example of the events foretold in the Quran is the victory of the Romans over the Persians within three to nine years after the Romans were defeated by the Persians. God has said in the Quran:


The Romans have been defeated in the nearest land (to the Arabian Peninsula), and they, after their defeat, will be victorious within bedd? (three to nine) years.... (Quran, 30:2-4)

Let us see what history tells us about these wars. A book entitled History of the Byzantine State says that the Roman army was badly defeated at Antioch in 613, and as a result, the Persians swiftly pushed forward on all fronts.1 At that time, it was hard to imagine that the Romans would defeat the Persians, but the Quran foretold that the Romans would be victorious within three to nine years. In 622, nine years after the Romans? defeat, the two forces (Romans and Persians) met on Armenian soil, and the result was the decisive victory of the Romans over the Persians, for the first time after the Romans? defeat in 613.2 The prophecy was fulfilled just as God has said in the Quran.

There are also many other verses in the Quran and sayings of the Prophet Muhammad that mention future events which later came to pass.


for more information about islam:

https://www.islam-guide.com/
https://www.imanway.com/islam/
https://www.imanway.com/en/
https://www.imanway1.com/message/
https://www.mahmoud2012.jeeran.com/
https://www.huda.tv/
and for hearing the Holy Quran you can visit:
https://www.banadir24.com/portal/islamic/quran/index.html
Salutations75 On November 24, 2009

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Toronto, Canada
#2New Post! Oct 30, 2009 @ 18:03:04
@anas Said

The Verses in the Quran That Mention Future Events Which Later Came to Pass
One example of the events foretold in the Quran is the victory of the Romans over the Persians within three to nine years after the Romans were defeated by the Persians. God has said in the Quran:


The Romans have been defeated in the nearest land (to the Arabian Peninsula), and they, after their defeat, will be victorious within bedd? (three to nine) years.... (Quran, 30:2-4)

Let us see what history tells us about these wars. A book entitled History of the Byzantine State says that the Roman army was badly defeated at Antioch in 613, and as a result, the Persians swiftly pushed forward on all fronts.1 At that time, it was hard to imagine that the Romans would defeat the Persians, but the Quran foretold that the Romans would be victorious within three to nine years. In 622, nine years after the Romans? defeat, the two forces (Romans and Persians) met on Armenian soil, and the result was the decisive victory of the Romans over the Persians, for the first time after the Romans? defeat in 613.2 The prophecy was fulfilled just as God has said in the Quran.

There are also many other verses in the Quran and sayings of the Prophet Muhammad that mention future events which later came to pass.


for more information about islam:

https://www.islam-guide.com/
https://www.imanway.com/islam/
https://www.imanway.com/en/
https://www.imanway1.com/message/
https://www.mahmoud2012.jeeran.com/
https://www.huda.tv/
and for hearing the Holy Quran you can visit:
https://www.banadir24.com/portal/islamic/quran/index.html


Buddy, get a life.
You don't respond to anyone, you just go around spamming.
You should be banned.
TheBlackGhost On August 27, 2014




Chicago, Illinois
#3New Post! Oct 30, 2009 @ 21:13:42
People of many faiths have used ancient predictions and prophecies to say they predicted the future. People say that all of the today's events are foretold in the Bible or Quran or some other philosopher's book...

...And people have been saying this for thousands of years. People compare current events and try to find a pattern or connection--which can be done in almost any situation.



And as for predicting a few historic events, any social analyst, historian, or politician could probably forsee some general events based on previous ones or just on the trend. Many analysts today could forsee that in the future, the United States economy will become less dominant, terrorism in the middle east will grow, there may be a conflict between powers A and B....etc...

These people dont claim to be prophets.
vicki On May 28, 2010

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manhattan,
#4New Post! Oct 30, 2009 @ 21:54:16
Scriptures say--give onto to Caesar what belongs to caeser.
Salutations75 On November 24, 2009

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Toronto, Canada
#5New Post! Oct 30, 2009 @ 23:09:33
@vicki Said

Scriptures say--give onto to Caesar what belongs to caeser.



And the rest of that sentence says "and Give unto God what belongs to God"

Jesus was comparing the coin with Caesar's image on it to man who are made in God's image - Give the money back to Caesar, give yourself to God.
deal1 On May 06, 2011
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not of this earth,
#6New Post! Oct 30, 2009 @ 23:20:45
@Salutations75 Said

Buddy, get a life.
You don't respond to anyone, you just go around spamming.
You should be banned.



Why should he be banned for linking information? It's not like he is trying to collect money for a product(you really need to find out what spamming really is).
It is you who needs to get a life.
I am always trying to enlighten myself about faiths other than mine. If it means being directed to information through a link, so be it.
It's a link, but he wasn't trying to sell you anything. Shheesh!!!
buffalobill90 On July 12, 2013
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#7New Post! Oct 30, 2009 @ 23:28:23
@anas Said

The Verses in the Quran That Mention Future Events Which Later Came to Pass
One example of the events foretold in the Quran is the victory of the Romans over the Persians within three to nine years after the Romans were defeated by the Persians. God has said in the Quran:


The Romans have been defeated in the nearest land (to the Arabian Peninsula), and they, after their defeat, will be victorious within bedd? (three to nine) years.... (Quran, 30:2-4)

Let us see what history tells us about these wars. A book entitled History of the Byzantine State says that the Roman army was badly defeated at Antioch in 613, and as a result, the Persians swiftly pushed forward on all fronts.1 At that time, it was hard to imagine that the Romans would defeat the Persians, but the Quran foretold that the Romans would be victorious within three to nine years. In 622, nine years after the Romans? defeat, the two forces (Romans and Persians) met on Armenian soil, and the result was the decisive victory of the Romans over the Persians, for the first time after the Romans? defeat in 613.2 The prophecy was fulfilled just as God has said in the Quran.

There are also many other verses in the Quran and sayings of the Prophet Muhammad that mention future events which later came to pass.


for more information about islam:

https://www.islam-guide.com/
https://www.imanway.com/islam/
https://www.imanway.com/en/
https://www.imanway1.com/message/
https://www.mahmoud2012.jeeran.com/
https://www.huda.tv/
and for hearing the Holy Quran you can visit:
https://www.banadir24.com/portal/islamic/quran/index.html



The Qur'an also predicts the second coming of Jesus and Judgement day. Neither of those prophecies have been fulfilled.
SoulSeared On November 28, 2009

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I don't know. I'm lost.,
#8New Post! Oct 30, 2009 @ 23:37:30
@anas Said

The Verses in the Quran That Mention Future Events Which Later Came to Pass
One example of the events foretold in the Quran is the victory of the Romans over the Persians within three to nine years after the Romans were defeated by the Persians. God has said in the Quran:


The Romans have been defeated in the nearest land (to the Arabian Peninsula), and they, after their defeat, will be victorious within bedd? (three to nine) years.... (Quran, 30:2-4)

Let us see what history tells us about these wars. A book entitled History of the Byzantine State says that the Roman army was badly defeated at Antioch in 613, and as a result, the Persians swiftly pushed forward on all fronts.1 At that time, it was hard to imagine that the Romans would defeat the Persians, but the Quran foretold that the Romans would be victorious within three to nine years. In 622, nine years after the Romans? defeat, the two forces (Romans and Persians) met on Armenian soil, and the result was the decisive victory of the Romans over the Persians, for the first time after the Romans? defeat in 613.2 The prophecy was fulfilled just as God has said in the Quran.

There are also many other verses in the Quran and sayings of the Prophet Muhammad that mention future events which later came to pass.


for more information about islam:

https://www.islam-guide.com/
https://www.imanway.com/islam/
https://www.imanway.com/en/
https://www.imanway1.com/message/
https://www.mahmoud2012.jeeran.com/
https://www.huda.tv/
and for hearing the Holy Quran you can visit:
https://www.banadir24.com/portal/islamic/quran/index.html



The koran was finished approximately 632 A.D. (While Muhammad was still alive) Yes, it SO prophetic that your prophet made a prediction about something that already happened.
SoulSeared On November 28, 2009

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I don't know. I'm lost.,
#9New Post! Oct 30, 2009 @ 23:38:28
@Salutations75 Said

And the rest of that sentence says "and Give unto God what belongs to God"

Jesus was comparing the coin with Caesar's image on it to man who are made in God's image - Give the money back to Caesar, give yourself to God.



*applause* Very good observation. Hmmm... something for me to think about.
Ellen On November 13, 2009

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#10New Post! Oct 30, 2009 @ 23:39:18
@Salutations75 Said

Buddy, get a life.
You don't respond to anyone, you just go around spamming.
You should be banned.

He is posting interesting information. If you can't handle it then put him on ignore.
SoulSeared On November 28, 2009

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I don't know. I'm lost.,
#11New Post! Oct 30, 2009 @ 23:50:42
So? If you believe in Muhammad, do you believe in Nostradamis? People make predictions about all sorts of things. Most of them...are bull s***. Although, in some situations things are too specific to not be prophetic. But... that's what I believe. You can believe whatever you want, but you might what to look at the dates of things written.
"I predict that I just stubbed my toe" Ow. man, that hurts.
buffalobill90 On July 12, 2013
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#12New Post! Oct 30, 2009 @ 23:55:58
@SoulSeared Said

So? If you believe in Muhammad, do you believe in Nostradamis? People make predictions about all sorts of things. Most of them...are bull s***. Although, in some situations things are too specific to not be prophetic. But... that's what I believe. You can believe whatever you want, but you might what to look at the dates of things written.
"I predict that I just stubbed my toe" Ow. man, that hurts.



To be fair, Nostradamus made hundreds of vague predictions, a small number of which arguably came true if you interpret them in a certain way. His 'prophecies' were actually tiny poetic stanzas, and he churned them out like turds. The Qur'an doesn't make so many predictions; although the only ones it makes which are particularly specific or ambitious haven't actually come true.

A prophecy is an easy thing to make anyway; you just make it vague enough that if it hasn't happened yet it could still feasibly happen. Then no one can really argue with it.
Salutations75 On November 24, 2009

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Toronto, Canada
#13New Post! Oct 31, 2009 @ 01:19:31
@deal1 Said

Why should he be banned for linking information? It's not like he is trying to collect money for a product(you really need to find out what spamming really is).
It is you who needs to get a life.
I am always trying to enlighten myself about faiths other than mine. If it means being directed to information through a link, so be it.
It's a link, but he wasn't trying to sell you anything. Shheesh!!!



If you're going to post a link, at least have the decency to respond to people who respond to your link.
Salutations75 On November 24, 2009

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Toronto, Canada
#14New Post! Oct 31, 2009 @ 01:20:42
@Ellen Said

He is posting interesting information. If you can't handle it then put him on ignore.



Nothing to do with me not being able to handle it - fully to do with posting links and then running away and refusing to talk with anyone about what he posted.
Ellen On November 13, 2009

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#15New Post! Oct 31, 2009 @ 01:21:48
@Salutations75 Said

Nothing to do with me not being able to handle it - fully to do with posting links and then running away and refusing to talk with anyone about what he posted.

Again easy solution is the ignore feature. You will not see any trace of him if you use it.
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