The Tale of Prophet Dhul-Qarnayn AS (Iskandar Zulkarnaen) And Gog Magog (Yajuj Majuj) English Edition Ultimate
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The Dhul-Qarnayn of the Qur'an is the Alexander of legend, not as some authors have asserted the Alexander III of Macedon (356–323 BC) of hisory . Instead, it is based entirely upon legendary stories of Alexander which bare little resemblance to the Alexander of history. In particular, the Qur'an parallels a Syriac legend where Alexander is portrayed as a monotheistic king who awaits the second coming of the Messiah and the end of the world.  Abdullah (I hope you continue to call yourself by that name and do revert to being Abdullah in real sense as well), about adultery alexander the great apostasy atheism Bible Blasphemy capital punishment darwin deism dhul qarnayn disbelievers earth evolution God God The Failed Hypothesis hadith history homosexuality interview islam islamic fiqh jesus jews jihad language LGBTQ+ Muslims marriage miracles morality muhammad plagiarism podcast prophets quran rationalism riba science Secular Morality seerah sex stories universe videos women Categories
Dhul Qarnayn - IslamQA Alexander the Great, is he the Dhul Qarnayn - IslamQA
So now what will happen- after seeing the bisexuality and the Hellenic paganism of Alexander, and feeling uncomfortable with lax Zoroastrian Cyrus the restorer and participant of pagan cults- Muslim apologists will then resort to “oh, it’s not Alexander or Cyrus because the Dhul qar nayn is this unclear, vague, obscure and very ambiguous figure.” O the possessor of two horns, verily Gog and Magog have created lot of mischiefs on the earth. So can we give you some money so that you can put a barrier between us and them?} So everybody from Mo’s time thought that Dhul Q was Alexander The Great, and that is how Mo got to know the story. There is also some piece of evidence like coins in Arabia (at that time) with picture of Alexander with horn on his head. Alexander is definitely Dhul Q.
In due course of time, humanity will definitely get to know where Gogs will come from, however, what seems to be the argument here is the truthfulness of the Quran. And there is prohibition upon [the people of] a city which We have destroyed that they will [ever] return
Account of Dhu’l-Qarnayn - Al-Islam.org An Account of Dhu’l-Qarnayn - Al-Islam.org
There is also a difference of opinion here amongst Islamic scholars as well. According to Allamah Tabatabai, in some hadiths, he has been introduced as a human 20, while in others he has been considered a heavenly angel. 21 Nevertheless, most scholars believe him to be a human. Many hadiths tell us that he was not a prophet, but a righteous servant of Allah (s.w.t). If we humble ourselves down, it makes sense that if we can easily understand 90% of the Quran’s teachings to be correct, and 10% are not (yet) clear to us, then the 100% of the Quran must be correct. The problem comes when we start arguing on the 10% unclear things just to prove the Quran wrong, we make a grave mistake. Cuz then we stop even trying to understand the basic Islamic concepts such as the Day of Judgement, and thus we keep committing wrong-doings (or in religious terms: sins). This attitude won’t help any1, but would definitely put ourselves in trouble, right after our eyes close for the final time.Al-Khiḍr is also commonly associated with Elijah, even equated with him, and al-Tabari makes a distinction in the next account in which al-Khiḍr is Persian and Elijah is an Israelite. According to this version of al-Khiḍr's story, al-Khiḍr and Elijah meet every year during the annual festival season.  Bruce Privratsky Muslim Turkistan: Kazak Religion and Collective Memory Routledge, 19 Nov 2013 ISBN 9781136838170 p. 121 Some people say they are the mongolians or the Huns.. Some people say they are another race like humans but unlike humans? The hadith literature gives some hints that they may be humans, or some sort of human creatures, but that point is not really important to our discussion.