Adnan Oktar explains the 150th verse of Surah an-Nisa

Excerpt from Mr. Adnan Oktar's Live Conversation on A9TV dated December 27th, 2017


ADNAN OKTAR: The Messenger of God (saas) is a true Prophet. A Christian may believe in the Prophet Jesus (pbuh), and adhere to the tenets of the Bible provided that he believes in the oneness of God. But calling the Messenger of God (pbuh) a liar leads to disbelief. A Jew may abide and live by the Torah, however if they call the Messenger of God (pbuh) a liar, this makes him a disbeliever. They cannot call him a liar. What should they say? They should say, "This person is not a liar." This is the least they can say. And they should also say, "We reject those who claim that his person is a liar." 

God says in the 150th verse of Surah an-Nisa; "Those who reject God and His Messengers and desire to cause division between God and His Messengers," for example, those who accept some verses but not others, "saying, We believe in some and reject the others,wanting to take a pathway in between..." (Surah an-Nisa, 150) I seek refuge in God from satan, God says, "...such people are the true disbelievers. We have prepared a humiliating punishment for the disbelievers." (Surah an-Nisa', 151) For that reason, they have to believe in our Prophet (pbuh) also. For instance, some reject the Prophet Jesus (pbuh) or say "I am a Jew." The Prophet Jesus (pbuh) is a prophet of God and you have to accept him. If you do not accept his prophethood, then you cannot be a Jew. You also have to accept Hazrat Muhammad (pbuh). But you have to reject the trinity belief. But if a Muslim accepts the prophethood of Prophet Jesus (pbuh), and since you cannot call Muslims liars, then you have to believe them. Because Jews accept Muslims' testimony. They cannot say that Muslims lie. So? Muslims testify to the fact that 'Prophet Jesus (pbuh) is a prophet', 'Hazrat Muhammad (pbuh) is a prophet' so they too have to accept this. Besides, Muslims already reject the idolater belief of trinity.

 

 


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