The Koran,the Way it Expresses Itself,says the Torah of Jesus’ day was Alright,which Proves Islam to be False
1.If I were to say:”The Koran that is between my hands” then everybody would agree that I am referring to the Koran that exists today,that we have right now.
2.Now Jesus and also Allah in the Koran use the exact same phrase but in reference to the Torah(3 examples).In fact Allah approuves of the Torah as it existed in Jesus’ time.
3.But that goes against official Islamic doctrine today that says the Torah of Jesus’ day was corrupted.
4.They have to because we have incomplete copies of the Old Testament found in Qmran,near the Dead Sea in Israel and they date from 150 BC to 70 AD.And they show that the Torah of Jesus’ time was practically the same as that we have today.
5.So that proves Islam false since the content of the Torah goes against the content of the Koran.
Here are 2 articles about the Qmran OT copies
Here are the verses
“And when Jesus son of Mary said, “Children of Israel(Note:the Jews), I am indeed the Messenger of God to you,
confirming the Torah that is before me,
and giving good tidings of a Messenger who shall come after me, whose name shall be Ahmad.’ Then, when he brought them the clear signs, they said, “This is a manifest sorcery.”"
About the phrase “confirming the Torah that is before me”
In Arabic it is “musaddiqan lima bayna yadayya min al-tawrati” which literally means ” confirming the Torah which is between my hands(Note:the hands of Jesus)“.That is to say the Torah that existed at the time of Jesus.
“When the angels said, “Mary, God gives thee good tidings of a Word from Him whose name is Messiah, Jesus, son of Mary; high honoured will he be in this world and the next, near stationed to God.
He will speak to men in the cradle, and of age, and righteous he will be.”
“Lord,” said Mary, “how will I have a son seeing no mortal has touched me?”
“Even so,” God said, “God creates what He will. When He decrees a thing He does but say to it “Be,” and it is.
And He will teach him the Book, the Wisdom, the Torah, the Gospel,to be a Messenger to the Children of Israel saying, “I have come to you with a sign from your Lord. I will create for you out of clay as the likeness of a bird; then I will breathe into it, and it will be a bird, by the leave of God. I will also heal the blind and the leper, and bring to life the dead, by the leave of God. I will inform you too of what things you eat, and what you treasure up in your houses. Surely in that is a sign for you, if you are believers.
Likewise confirming the Torah that is before me,
and to make lawful to you certain things that before were forbidden to you. I have come to you with a sign from your Lord; so fear you God, and obey you me.”
About phrase “confirming the truth of the Torah that is before me”
In Arabic it is “Wa musaddiqan lima bayna yadayya mina al-tawrati” which literally means “And I confirm the Torah that is between my hands“.That is to say the Torah that existed at the time of Jesus.
“And We sent, following in their footsteps:
1.Jesus son of Mary, confirming the Torah before him
2.And We gave to him the Gospel, wherein is guidance and light, and confirming the Torah before it,
as a guidance and an admonition unto the godfearing.So let the People of the Gospel judge according to what God has sent down therein. Whoever judges not according to what God has sent down, they are the ungodly.”
Here the phrase is repeated twice
1.There is the phrase “confirming the Torah before him” which in Arabic is “musaddiqan lima bayna yadayhi mina al-tawrati”,which literally means “confirming the Torah between his hands(Note:the hands of Jesus)”(chapter 5:46).
2.And then again there is “confirming the Torah before it” which in Arabic is “wa-musaddiqan lima bayna yadayhi mina al-tawrati” which literally means “confirming the Torah between his hands(Note:the hands of Jesus)”.
To verify the Koranic citations to be cited go to quranbrowser.com, which has:
1.Six translations by Muslims.
2.Four translations by Non-Muslims.
3.The text in Arabic,with Latin letters.