Islam the religion of contradiction is at it again, since Muslims are stuck in between a rock and a hard place, it’s on us Christians to show our friends the truth. As we know their Imams are lying to them in order to keep them in Islam.
How many times have we heard Muslims say Islam is based on logic? Let’s see if this is a fact or fiction according to the man who knows Qur’ān best Muhammad the mutah prophet. If you ever used a map regardless if it was a hardcopy map or an application on your phone. We know there are 4 main directions North, East, South and West also known as the Cardinal direction.
Within the 4 directions, there are combinations called ordinal directions or intercardinal directions for instance Northeast (NE). Now let’s see what the Qur’ān says.
55:17 (He is) the Lord of the two easts (places of sunrise during early summer and early winter) and the Lord of the two wests (places of sunset during early summer and early winter).
Here’s the Arabic Syntax from Corpus Qur’ān for 55:17, let’s thank the Muslims for providing this valuable website which gets them busted every time. The word l-mashriqayni and underneath it the translation “(of) the two East” (الْمَشْرِقَيْنِ). Likewise for the word l-maghribayni and its translation “(of) the two Wests” (الْمَغْرِبَيْنِ).
Even though the words in Arabic are above for your viewing, let’s take a closer look at how they try to fix this in English Translations.
The majority of English Translations will translate the Arabic “two East and two West” (Pickthall, Yusuf Ali, Shakir, Arberry), but this is not the case when it comes to others.
Look at the deception from Sahih International they translate it as “two sunrises and two sunsets”, this is of course false as there’s only 1 sunrise and sunset. A challenge to any Abdoool to provide proof there’s more than 1 sunrise/sunset.
Shakir changed the plural word for two East and West and made it singular “the East … the West”, this is a clear contradiction to Sahih International’s translation above.
Muhammad Sarwar translation tried to fix the problem by saying “the East and West through all seasons”, notice how he changed it to singular instead of plural as the others translate it, he also adds the words “through all seasons.” These words do not appear in Arabic but because they are desperate to save their Qur’ān they use deceptive tactics and lie.
Mohsin Khan in his translation gives tafsir to explain away the contradiction, he tries to say there are two sunrises/sunsets one in the summer and the other in the winter. This goes against the Qur’ānic verses that say the Qur’ān is “explained in detail” (6,114; 7,52; 41,3 & 7,174), “a full explanation of the Book” (10,37), “the Book explaining all things” (16,89), “a detailed exposition of all things” (12,111), “the manifest Book (this Quran) that makes things clear” (44,2) “a Book are perfected its Verses moreover, explained in detail” (11,1) and in which “nothing has been neglected” (6,38).
If the Qur’ān perfectly explains things in detail why does Mohsin Khan have to add tafsir into the verse in order to explain? This alone proves the Qur’ān to be a false book.
Muhammad thought that because he saw the sunset in a different location he concluded that there are two East and two West. Really Muslims? Is this revelation from god? What kind of god doesn’t know there’s 1 East and West?
How about places that don’t have sunset like the Artic Circle, it’s common knowledge that there are communities that will have constant sunlight or plunged into darkness. Since these places don’t have sunset, shouldn’t Allah be aware of this if he created the world?
It’s abundantly clear that Allah cannot be god neither can the Qur’ān be divine revelation from god as there’s no such thing as two East or West. And if Abdoools want to say that North is 1 and Northeast is another and Northwest another this would still prove the Qur’ān wrong as that would be more than two.
Nowhere in the Qur’ān does it mention intercardinal directions as this wouldn’t be purely North or West. Muslims need to face the fact that Muhammad was a false prophet who said many crazy things as he himself was a crazy man.
 During the summer, the sun does not set above the Arctic Circle. In fact, this phenomenon is what helps to define the Arctic Circle. Like the equator, the Arctic Circle is an imaginary line. It’s defined as the latitude above which the sun does not set on the day of the summer solstice (usually around June 21). wonderopolis.org (2014–2022). Where Does the Sun Never Set? Retrieved from https://www.wonderopolis.org/wonder/where-does-the-sun-never-set/