The “perfect preservation” of the Qur’ān is falling apart, no more will Muslims be able to say there’s only one Qur’ān perfectly preserved in which not one word has been changed.
Another contradiction found in the Hafs and Qaloon Qur’ān, our Muslim friends must figure out which Arabic Qur’ān is on the eternal tablets with Allah in Jannah? This is a profound question because if there are 37-40 different Arabic Qur’ān’s then which one is going to intercede for Muslims on the day of judgement?
Hafs Qur’ān: nunazzelu “we (do not) send down”
We do not send down the angels except with truth; and the disbelievers would not then be reprieved — Surah 15:8
Qaloon Qur’ān: tanazzalu “The angels (do not) descend”
The Angels do not descend except with truth; and the disbelievers would not then be reprieved. — Surah 15:8
Question is Allah commanding the angels by sending them down, or do the angels on their own accord descend? The primary action can only be by Allah or the angels Which of these two Qur’ān‘s are correct, is the Qaloon or the Hafs Qur’ān is correct?
2 thoughts on “Arabic Contradictions in the Qur’ān (15:8) Hafs Vs Qaloon”
What about biblical versions. Until some gospel books were thrown out. To your question, read re-read learn and re-learn the Holy Qur’an to understand it’s concepts.
Why do you have multiple Qur’an’s with different words can you respond to the claims made in the article, and provide these Gospel you claimed were “ thrown out” do you have any evidence?