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The 16th and 17th verses of the Sura Sovereignty in the Quran reads,

“Are you confident that He who is in heaven will not let loose on you a sandy whirlwind? You shall before long know the truth of MY warning.” (A translation by N. J. Dawood)

What is meant by “He who is in heaven” (“men’fi Sokak-Sema” in Arabic)? There’s no doubt that God is meant with this relative clause. So, it’s clear that according to Quran, God is in the sky. This expression has caused many interpreters of the Quran to get stupefied and confused. Relying upon this expression, some have claimed that God has a dwelling. (See F. Razi, e't - Tefsiru'l Kebir, 30/69)

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Malik Ibn-Avf was the commander-in-chief of those who fought against Muhammed. In 630, in the War of *Huneyn, also known as *the War of Hevazin, *he was beaten by the Muslims. The War, which took place in Huneyn located between Mekke and Taif Valley, was fought by the Arabian tribes Hevazin and Sakif versus Muslims. Malik Ibn Avf left Huneyn and went to Taif. He was himself an enemy of Islam, but he found the offer which came from the Prophet very interesting. If he agreed to be converted to Islam, all of his properties and his family, who were being kept as *prisoners of war, would be given back to him, and he wouldn’t be punished. What’s more, he would *be given 100 camels. In addition, he would be authorized in the management. He accepted the offer immediately and became a convert to Islam.

According to Kamil Miras, translator of Buhari, this offer was an “extraordinary generosity of prophecy.”

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In the 27th verse of A’raf Sura, it’s said about the Devil, “From places where you can't see them, he (the Devil) and those from his community see you.”

It can clearly be inferred from this that;
-the devil and his community see the people.
-the people can see neither the Devil nor anyone from his community.

Interpreters of The Quran consider "the genies" to be in the content of the expression "the Devil and his community" ( huve and kabiluhu). ( see Taberi,Camiu’l-Beyan fi-Tefsiri’l-Quran, 8/113,F. Razi,e’t-Tefsiru’l-Kebir, 13/54.)

While it’s the case, Elmalılı Hamdi Yazır says that “müfessirin” ( the interpreters of the Quran) said that it shouldn’t be supposed that human beings could never see the Devil.( see Hak Dini Kuran dini, 3/2147)

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‘‘Muslims! The doomsday won't come until the Turks are all killed.''

(Muslim, e's-Sahih, Kitabu'l-Fiten/62-65, hadith #:2912; Abu Dawod, Sünen, Kitabu'l-Melahim/9 Babun fi Kıtali't Türk, hadith #: 4303; Nesei, Sünen, Kitabu'l-Cihad/ Babu Gazveti't-Turk)

Almost everybody knows that the god of the Old Testament is very racist. Some researchers defend that this characteristic of god is very useful for Judaism. But this is also a reality: The role of god ( Yahweh) , being portrayed as a savage and racist one in Old Testament , cannot be discounted for anti-humanistic and merciless behavior of today’s Jewish people in Israel. *

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As known curse means bad wishes,revile and malediction.
The one who is in the lower status wishes something from the one in upper status.
This wishing may be praying for god.Bad wishes called curse,and if you curse to someone,you
wish him to fall in a bad situation.You wish from a superior power.
It is normal for man to wish from a superior power.(Allah)
But it is incomprehensible if Allah wishes! As Allah is the superior power, from whom does he wish?
This is unacceptable. Quran interpreters have difficulty in explaining curses of Allah,and they are unable to give intelligible answers.

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