The 79th surah opens with oaths sworn by angels akin to the Nazi S.S. Our illustrious Muslim cleric explains: "The people have been told: 'The hellish torments which you regard as absolutely impossible, are not difficult for Allah, even though He will have to make lengthy preparations. Just a single jolt will upset this system of the world... and the same people who were wont to deny it will be trembling with fear, terror struck at what they thought was impossible.'" He continues: "Then, relating the story of the Prophet Moses and Pharaoh, the people have been warned: 'You know full well what fate the Pharaoh met as a consequence of belying the Messenger and rejecting the guidance brought by him and endeavoring to defeat his mission by trickery and deceit. If you do not learn a lesson from it and do not change your ways and attitude accordingly, you also will have to meet the same fate.'" In other words, my conclusions are identical to those of the Muslim sages. We only differ when it comes to Muhammad's inspiration and motivation.
I do not believe God can be this demonic or moronic. They do. Qur'an 79:1 "I swear by those (angels) who violently tear out (the souls of the wicked), and drag them forth to destruction, by those who gently take out (the souls of the believers), by those meteors rushing by, swimming along (angels or planets), and by those who press forward as in a race (the angels, or stars, or horses ), and by those who regulate the affair." Muhammad contradicted two essential elements of Islam. This Qur'anic passage is a far cry from perfect. It isn't even comprehensible. And throughout the Qur'an, the lord claims he will reform decomposing men bodily as he retrieves them from the grave. If we are to be reassembled in the flesh, why are our souls torn out? And why does this separation occur before judgment?
Qur'an 79:6 "On the Day the earth and mountains will shake in violent commotion, followed by oft-repeated commotions (and everybody will die). Hearts on that day shall palpitate, beating painfully in fear and anxiety. Cast down will be their owner.' eyes." Muhammad is having fun now. You can almost see him getting all worked up. Qur'an 79:10 "They say: 'Shall we be restored to (our) former state? Even after we have become rotten crumbled bones?'" That's exactly what I just explained. Bodies are reformed, which makes soul separation nonsensical (for Islam, anyway).
Again, without benefit of an intelligible transition, we're asked: Qur'an 79:15 "Has the story of Moses reached you?" The only place the Meccans could have heard of Moses is from the same source Muhammad heard it - the Hanifs (who had heard it from the Jews) - both of whom he plagiarized. "When his Lord called upon him in the holy valley of Tuwa twice, 'Go to Fir'aun (Pharaoh), verily he has become inordinate, transgressed all bounds and rebelled, and say to him, "Wouldst thou that thou shouldst be purified?"'" Okay, I let that verse go unedited. You'll have to figure out what Allah was trying to say on your own. Normally I try to clean up his stylistic and grammatical errors in order to make reading easier. Qur'an 79:19 "And, 'That I guide you to your Lord, so you should fear Him.'" Not love him, for to know the dark spirit of Islam is to fear him.
There is nothing more dangerous than a little knowledge. Still in Mecca, Muhammad didn't know enough about Moses or his mission to keep from impugning himself. The reason Yahweh sent Moses to Pharaoh had nothing to do with the Egyptian monarch and everything to do with the Jewish people. On the corruption scale, Pharaoh was less rebellious and inordinate than most other dictators. In fact, Egypt was the most moral of all ancient societies. But the Jewish people were enslaved, and Yahweh wanted them freed.
These errors were not careless. They were part of Muhammad's twisted plan. The prophet was a failure among his people. They mocked him and his claims mercilessly. To redeem himself, our charlatan needed to make his self-serving quest look like a godly mission. So he elected to corrupt the Exodus story. Only it didn't fit. Moses wasn't sent as a messenger to preach to Pharaoh; he was sent to free his people from bondage. Therefore, Muhammad had to corrupt the story to serve his personal agenda.
But he didn't do a very good job... Qur'an 79:20 "Then (Moses) showed him the Great Sign. But (Pharaoh) rejected and disobeyed." Sorry. The first sign wasn't mighty. In fact, it was so meaningless, it was replicated by Pharaoh's magicians. Mose.' staff became a snake. It wasn't until Pharaoh became obstinate that Yahweh's signs, not Moses', became plagues of epic proportion.
Qur'an 79:21 "He turned his back, striving (against the Lord)." Oops. Pharaoh wasn't fighting against God. He thought he was a god. Pharaoh was trying to keep his Jewish slaves, nothing more. "Then he collected (his people) and cried, 'I am your Lord, the Most High.'" Good grief. Muhammad's Lord needs a history lesson. Pharaoh, like most dictators of his day, was considered to be a god but never "the Most High." The Pharaohs built temples to the sun god Amun-Re. Allah and Ar-Rahman, pagan moon gods themselves, ought to have known that.
Qur'an 79:25 "So the Lord seized him with punishment for his last and first crime (making an example of him). Truly this is an instructive warning for whoever fears the consequences." With every word, Muhammad dug himself in deeper. Yahweh never seized Pharaoh, nor did he make an example of him. All Yahweh did was up the ante until Pharaoh let his people go. The truth simply didn't fit Islam's agenda or capabilities. Muhammad couldn't even coax his spirit to turn a snake into a stick. Yet he is without excuse. He claimed Allah was Yahweh, so he should have known about the exodus of his people. But alas, without these bastardized Bible stories his Qur'an would have been a very thin book - a pamphlet at best.
Without segue, we jump to: Qur'an 79:27 "What! Are you the harder to create, or is heaven? He raised its height, and put it into a right good state." This must be a trick question, because we are harder to create. You can find Allah's heaven replicated in any whorehouse. Throughout the Qur'an, the proofs of god's existence are absurd. Here heaven, which cannot be seen, is called a sign.
Qur'an 79:29 "Its night He endows with darkness, and its splendor He brings out." By his own admission, he is the prince of darkness. This is the third time Islam's dark spirit has shown an affinity for the night. Score another point for those who claim Islam is Demonic.
The Qur'an says its god "spread the earth," "brought water therefrom," and "fixed mountains firmly to be a benefit for men and cattle." Then: Qur'an 79:34 "When the disastrous calamity comes; and Hell Fire shall be placed in full view for (all) to see, then for him who rebelled, Hell Fire will be his home."
In a verse that could define hypocrisy; Muhammad, the ultimate sexual libertine, tells us that those who refrain from lust will be rewarded with lust: Qur'an 79:40 "For those who feared standing before his Lord (tribunal) and restrained himself from impure lustful desires, their abode will be the Garden of Bliss." While this wasn't the most demonic surah or the most dimwitted, it was the most poorly written. It's little wonder Muslims say the Qur'an cannot be translated.