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Published on February 28th, 2019 | by Eaalim Institute | Views: 263

Alaq,Embryology and Signs from Quran | illustrated | Subtitled

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And then the messenger Jibril ‘alaihis-salam recited this ayah.

“Iqro` bismirobbikal-lazii kholaq. Kholaqol-insaana min ‘alaq.” (QS Al ‘Alaq [96] Ayah 1-2)

So, He says, “He created.”
He doesn’t specify what. Why?

He created…everything.
The next ayat goes on despecified.

“Kholaqol-insaan,” He created everything
and especially He created the human being.

Ilal-‘aam ilalkhoos. It’s going from general to specific.
He created the human being “…min ‘alaq.”

The Arabic word ‘alaq, is from a verb
aliqo. It also pronuncesalaqo.

It means to cling and to hang off.
To cling and to hang off.

By implication, people have intrepreted
it to mean a clot of blood.

But, really, for example ‘aliqossoidu fil-ju’aala,

the Arabic expression that the animal,
that you were trying to hunt, it got clung.

It got caught inside the net.
That’s why ‘aliqo is used. Right.

And it’s used in the sense that the ‘alaqo,
the sperm of the male when it goes inside,

they got through the uterus and all of that and finally it impregnates the mother

It’s actually hanging off, mu’allaqoh. ‘Alaq.

And this is something that’s discussed in modern embryology,

and at the time couldn’t possibly have been known. Not at all.

It’s not just the clot of blood that most translations say.

‘Alaq literally means that which hangs off.

And if you look at sonogram and things
like that, and modern embryology,

the earliest stage of the formation of the baby,

the confirmation that actually impregnation is happened,

is the hanging, mu’allaqoh. It’s hanging off.
Literally ‘alaq. Subhaanallah.

So, there has been tremendous amount of work done on this particular word alone.

There are other places in the Qur’an that talk about embryology,

but this particular word is key interest. Because it
alludes

to Allah ‘Azza wa Jalla’s profound knowledge in the most secret of things.

We don’t even know what’s inside of ourselves the way Allah does.

And it’s an indication of Allah’s ayah.

He says, “Sanuriiihim aayaatinaa fil-aafaaki wa fii anfusihim,” (QS Fushshilat [41] Ayah 53)

“We will show them Our miraculous signs in the horizons and even inside themselves,”

This is a miraculous sign inside of ourselves.

“…hattaa ya tabayyana lahum annahulhaqq.”
(QS Fushshilat [41] Ayah 53)
“…until it becomes absolutely clear
to them, that it -in fact- is the truth.”

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