Dr. Tariq Al Swaidan ..Intereting Facts from the Quran

25 Mar

Very interesting findings of Dr. Tariq Al Swaidan might grasp your

Dr.Tarig Al Swaidan discovered some verses in the Holy Qur’an

That mention one thing is equal to another, i.e. men are equal to women.
Although this makes sense grammatically, the astonishing fact is that
the number of times the word man appears in the Holy Qur’an is 24
and number of times the word woman appears is also 24, therefore not only is
phrase correct in the grammatical sense but also true mathematically,i.e. 24
= 24.

Upon further analysis of various verses, he discovered that this is
consistent throughout the whole Holy Qur’an where it says one thing is like

See below for astonishing result of the words mentioned number of times
in Arabic Holy Qur’an

Dunia (one name for life) 115.
Aakhirat (one name for the life after this world)115
Malaika (Angels) 88 . Shayteen (Satan) 88
Life 145 …… Death 145
Benefit 50 . Corrupt 50
People 50 .. Messengers 50
Eblees (king of devils) 11. Seek refuge from Eblees 11
Museebah (calamity) 75 . Thanks ! 75
Spending (Sadaqah) 73 . Satisfaction 73
People who are mislead 17 .D Dead people 17
Muslimeen 41 .J Jihad 41
Gold 8 .E Easy life 8
Magic 60 .F Fitnah (dissuasion, misleading) ! 60
Zakat (Taxes Muslims pay to the poor) 32 ….
Barakah (Increasing or blessings of wealth) 32
Mind 49 .N Noor 49
Tongue 25 .S Sermon 25
Desite 8 .F Fear 8
Speaking publicly 18 .P Publicising 18
Hardship 114 …. Patience 114
Muhammed 4 .S Sharee’ah ( Muhammed’s teachings) 4
Man 24. Woman 24

And amazingly enough have a look how many times the following words appear:

Salat 5, Month 12 , Day 365,
Sea 32, Land 13
Sea + land = 32+ 13= 45
Sea = 32/45*100q.=71.11111111%
Land = 13/45*100 = 28.88888889%
Sea + land 100.00%

Modern science has only recently proven that the water
covers 71.111% of the earth, while the land covers 28.889%.
Is this a coincidence?

Question is that Who taught Prophet Muhammed (PBUH)
all this?

Reply automatically comes in mind that ALMIGHTY
ALLAH taught him.
This as the Holy Qur’an also tells us this.

Aayah 87 of Suraa (Chapter) Al-Anbia ! para 17:



Posted by on March 25, 2007 in ESQ 156


13 responses to “Dr. Tariq Al Swaidan ..Intereting Facts from the Quran

  1. Reza

    March 27, 2007 at 12:20 pm


    Waffaghkumullahu li mard’atihi;we can find such mircles of qur’an in some islamic sites and books,like:(in the appendix of the translation of the the book “Islam:an introduction” Annemarie Schimmel;by:Dr.Ali Mohammad Izadi).


  2. Asad

    May 22, 2007 at 7:05 pm

    Dear Members
    As usual i would like to request al of you to please verify the source or the information itself before propogating it to other fellows. Remember we will be accountable for our acts in the last day of judgment.

    Regarding the numerical fact indicated by you, here is the TRUTH and research done by notable Islamic scholars.

    QUOTE starts here:


    Many people are infatuated by the different types of miracles in the Qur’aan, including the “numerical miracles”. In newspapers and magazines and on the internet they publish lists of words that are repeated a number of times that corresponds to their structure, and words that are repeated the same number of times as their opposites. They also claim that the word yawm (day) is repeated 365 times and the word shahr (month) is repeated 12 times, and they do this with other words too, such as al-malaa’ikah (angels) and al-shayaateen (devils), and al-dunya (this world) and al-aakhirah (the Hereafter), etc.

    Many people think that these numbers are true and that this is one of the miracles of the Qur’aan, but they do not distinguish between subtleties and miracles. Writing a book which contains a specific number of certain words is something that anyone can do; what is so miraculous about that? The miracle that appears in the Book of Allaah is not like these subtleties, rather it is far deeper and greater than that. It is the fact that the most eloquent and well-spoken of the Arabs could not produce anything like the Qur’aan, or ten soorahs of it, or even one soorah. It is not like these subtleties that any writer could produce in any book that he writes, or more.

    It should be noted that some people have taken this beyond mere statistics. Some of them have used these numbers to foretell when the state of Israel will fall, and others have used them to say when the Day of Judgement will be. One of the latest fabrications against the Book of Allaah is that which they have published saying that the Qur’aan foretold the explosions in the towers in New York! Based on the number of the verse in al-Tawbah, and the number of the soorah and juz’. All of that is toying with the Book of Allaah which is caused by ignorance of the true nature of the miracle of the Book of Allaah.


    By examining the statistics presented by those who have published these numbers, we find that they did not get the numbers of some phrases right, and some of them have been selective in the way they counted the words, and that is so that they might reach the conclusion they want and that they think is in the Book of Allaah.

    [B]Shaykh Dr. Khaalid al-Sabt said:[/B]

    Dr. Ashraf ‘Abd al-Razzaaq Qatanah presented a “study of the numerical miracles in the Holy Qur’aan” which he published in a book entitled: “The Qur’aan and the Numerical Miracles, a critical study of the numerical miracles of the Holy Qur’aan.” In the conclusion to this book he reviews three other books: (1) I’jaaz al-Raqm 19 (The miracle of the number 19) by Baasim Jaraar; (2) al-I’jaaz al-‘Adadi fi’l-Qur’aan (the numerical miracle in the Qur’aan) by ‘Abd al-Razzaaq Nawfal; and (3) al-Mu’jizah (the miracle) by ‘Adnaan al-Rifaa’i. The author reached a conclusion which he describes as follows:

    As the result of my study I reached the idea that the “numerical miracle” as presented in these books is not real at all, and these books are based on conditions that are sometimes selective , in order to prove the validity of this view in a way that will make the reader accept these preconceived results referred to above. These selective conditions sometimes lead the author to go against that which is proven according to the consensus of the ummah, such as going against the spelling of the ‘Uthmaani Mus-haf, which is not permissible at all; or adopting the spelling of some words which appears in some Mus-hafs and without paying attention to the spellings in other Mus-hafs. It also goes against basic principles of the Arabic language with regard to synonyms and antonyms.

    [I]p. 197, Damascus, Manaar li’l-Nashr wa’l-Tawzee’, first edition, 1420 AH/1999 CE. [/I]

    Dr. Fahd al-Roomi said something similar about the selective way in which Dr ‘Abd al-Razzaaq Nawfal chose words in order to reach this numerical balance, such as when he said: The word yawm (day) is mentioned 365 times in the Qur’aan, the number of days in a year. In order to prove this he counted the words “al-yawm” and “yawman” but he ignored words such as “yawmukum” (your day) and “yawmuhum” (their day) and yawma’idhin (on that day), because if he had done that, he would have got a different number. The same applies to the word al-isti’aadhah which refers to seeking refuge from the shaytaan. He says that it is repeated 11 times, but he includes in that the words “a’oodhu” (I seek refuge) and “fasta’idh” (seek refuge) but not “ ‘udhtu” (I sought refuge) or “ya’oodhoona” (they seek refuge) or “u’eedhuha” (I seek refuge for her) or “ma’aadh Allaah” (Allaah forbid).

    [I]See: Ittijaahaat al-Tafseer fi’l-Qarn al-Raabi’ ‘Ashara (2/699, 700), Beirut, Mu’sasat al-Risaalah, second edition, 1414 AH. [/I]

    From this well-founded discussion, the answer to the issue of the word “yawm” and the number of times it appears in the Qur’aan, which is mentioned in the question, is clear.


    With regard to the count (of time) (al-hisaab, mentioned in Yoonus 10:5) that Allaah has mentioned in His holy Book, it is the precise count (of time) that does not differ as the years pass, which is the lunar count (of time).

    With regard to the verse (interpretation of the meaning):

    “And they stayed in their Cave three hundred years, adding nine”

    [al-Kahf 18:25],

    some of the scholars have stated that the number 300 refers to solar years, and that the number 309 refers to lunar years. This view was refuted by Shaykh Muhammad ibn Saalih al-‘Uthaymeen, who explained in his refutation that the count (of time) with Allaah is lunar, not solar.

    [B]Shaykh Muhammad ibn Saalih al-‘Uthaymeen (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: [/B]

    “adding nine” means that they added nine years to three hundred, so they stayed there for three hundred and nine years. It may be said: Why doesn’t it just say three hundred and nine?

    The answer is that this is what is meant, but the Qur’aan is the most eloquent of books, and in order for the ends of the verses to match (in Arabic) it says: “And they stayed in their Cave three hundred (solar) years, adding nine (for lunar years)”. It is not as some people think, that the three hundred refers to solar years and the nine was added for lunar years, because we cannot testify that Allaah meant that. Who can testify that this is what Allaah meant? Even if it so happens that three hundred solar years are equal to three hundred and nine lunar years, we cannot testify about Allaah in this way, because the count (of time) with Allaah is one.

    And Allaah knows best.

  3. Jalaluddin Hameed

    January 15, 2008 at 1:46 pm


    Dear brother,

    It is the very first time, I faced the findings from Dr. Al Swaidan in Quran. I went through the statistics he has published on this page. Can you please give me some further detail on this research i.e. the Quranic Terminology for the above facts as it can not be well understood from the translation (English). In other words, if you have the same research in Arabic, can you please provide us with that.

    In addation to that, I wonder if you could provide us with the references from Quran (Aaya number, Soora) in order to support our arguement and convince myself and others about the authenticity of this reasearch.


  4. mindspring

    January 15, 2008 at 11:17 pm

    Brother Jalaluddin,

    I have no further reference to provide you. I pick up stuff that s interesting then I post it and based on comments from wise readers like you we form an opinion. …

    So sorry that I can’t be more helpful.

    If you google search Dr Tariq Al Swaidan you will find loads of references about him and that my be more useful to you.

  5. Kader

    October 9, 2008 at 11:52 pm

    La Ilahe then the Ilahe Allah.

    For some years now around the world other Dr’s and so on, did tryed to understand the numbering and so on, in the Quran and they give up. There is only one thing, can anyone for shure say that, the name of Muhammed is mentioned as Muhammed, I know that it is mentioned as masinger of Allah, the one that who warns, he was truly a loving and lovible man, please for the love of Allah, stop playing aroun with this book, Quran, as Muhammed ask us to guard it well, it is not a toy, to make few dollars dont drag Islam down, the Quran is Quran no one can change it, or put other thinking in peoples mind about it, and as for the “And they stayed in their Cave three hundred years, adding nine”
    it mantions in Quran, but it is in the book of Iching, and in biblical, 3 young man sleep for 300 years. MUst be a joke that 88 names ok, some says 99, ok, Allah’s 88 names or 99, and 88 malake bad, what malake can disobey Allah, we all know what it says about, what Allah says go’s with malake, other than that they have no free will. It is sad that many have tryed their best to live Allah out of the picture, even the way ‘hajab’ shuld be put on by woman is discribed, not the way it is used as a propaganda tool now. Allah is Allah, Muhammed use to be now Muhammed is the Quran.

  6. Riaz

    March 18, 2009 at 8:07 am

    The word Salat definitely appears more than 5 times in the Quran unlike what this says.

    • shahnawaz

      October 26, 2009 at 5:49 pm

      you are right
      and there are 254 days in a year ( lunar )
      and islam and koran is based on lunar calendar

      • Zulfqar

        October 8, 2010 at 10:03 pm

        @ shahnawaz

        I think you mean 354 days in a lunar year.

  7. Enver

    June 26, 2009 at 2:56 am

    This finding of Dr. Tariq is absolutely nonsense. I and others have ask him many times of concrete proof and he has not answered. I have an English translation and simply cannot get it.

    This guy is spoiling the name of Islam and could be a stooge and a spy.

    Enver Khorasanee

    • shahnawaz

      October 26, 2009 at 5:48 pm

      i am agree with you
      these fool is spreading misconception about islam

  8. shahnawaz

    October 26, 2009 at 5:47 pm

    from where the hell you have got these data
    its all nonsense
    you fool arab
    i can debate over these topic

  9. Frank Al

    March 17, 2010 at 1:11 am

    Thank you Asad for your comments. They are so logical. With computers at our disposal now, many people are using this technology to try and prove a miracle – the miracle of the Glorious Quran. Just accept it brothers! There is nothing to prove. Let us accept, learn, teach and practise the inimitable revaeled words of Allah swt.

    Numerolgy is bordering on Shirk. Some say IT IS SHIRK.

  10. Kareem

    April 30, 2010 at 4:08 pm

    As usual i would like to request all of you to please verify the source or the information itself before propogating false information without source some of these any one can easily prove baseless by visiting for example malaika appears 68 time if you visit attached link will be convinced of 88 same Shayteen also it to other fellows. Remember we will be accountable for our acts in the last day of judgment. He is spoiling the name of Islam


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