11 Ramadan 1439

Nouman Ali Khan, Zakir Naik, among other Muslims, claim that “NURAN” in Surah 71:16 means “reflected or borrowed light”. However no Muslim in his right mind will claim that Allah (SWT) is reflected/borrowed light “Allahu nuru” (24:35) or Surah Al Nur is “Surah the reflected/borrowed light”. The Tafsirs of Surah 71:16 by ibn Abbas (RA), ibn Kathir (RA), Jalalayn (RA) all affirm that the Ayah speaks of the moon having its own, independent light. Scientifically the moon has no light (nuran), but I only believe in the Quran & Sunnah. What does this word (nur/nuran) actually mean, does the Quran affirm that the moon has its own independent light, nothing to do with the sun?

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In Tafsir
Oct 17th, 2015
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There is no contradiction between the Quran and modern science!

Allah’s Noor is unlike any other Noor and you trying to simulate Allah’s attribute to His creatures is a very dangerous thing!

The moon doesn’t have a light of its own and it is reflecting the light of the sun,

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