28th para. Sura At-Tahrim. Sura number: 66. Video: Taraweeh 2005.
Even the name of Allah rebukes Mohammad for his apostasy.
As it is written in Sura 74:30, 19 is the context of, and the key to, the Quran. The Quran is an extended parable that was revealed to Mohammad to help him guide the Children of Ishmael to Jesus and fully into covenant with Abraham. In this regards, Arabic is found to be superfluous to the meaning behind the words of the Quran and should be set aside except for the aesthetic qualities it may add to personal devotions as it tends to permit Satan to create mischief such as it did with Mohammad’s tongue in Sura 53:19 Like it does for the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament, 19 unlocks the Quran and allows the divine meaning behind the words to transmit complete and unadulterated.
As is written in Sura 12, Yusuf, the Quran was transmitted in Arabic because no Arabic version of the Bible was available in 620 CE and Allah wanted to ensure that the parable was available to Mohammad so that he might seek out spiritual guidance from Jews and Christians for the meaning behind the words in the same way the Disciples sought meaning behind the words of Jesus. Instead, Mohammad was offended that Jews denied he was a prophet and began to covet the status of Jesus and Moses by abrogating their revelation with his misinterpretations and elevating his personal status by damning Jesus with faint praise.
However, Arabic is useful in at least one respect. According to the numerology of the 28 letters of the Arabic alphabet, the name of Allah, in Arabic, is 5, 30, 30, 1, which reduces to 66. Within the context of 19, the numbers that come immediately to mind relative to the Quran is the number of the books in the Christian Bible, which is 66, and the number of battles in which Mohammad participated in order to secure the kingdom Satan promised him, which was 66. The triangulation of these numbers is Allah’s direct comment on Mohammad’s choice of the Jihad of the Sword in preference to the Jihad of the Cross which was his original task.
Now, this may not be apparent on the face of it, but Allah, Himself, points the way. If we turn to the Quran, Sura 66 (At-Tahrim), is a parable about a man who has become hostage to his sexual appetites and is no longer master of his domestic affairs. In this case, the moral of the parable is included in the parable, itself, If you reduce the 66 of the name of Allah one more step, you arrive at 12. This suggests that the meaning of the parable lies in Sura 66:12, which alludes to an oath Mohammad violates on the bed of one of his wives with a Christian slave. The parable reflects the oath Mohammad broke by denying Jesus and embracing Satan to gain the world. Allah is saying Mohammad failed to complete his mission for the cosmic equivalent of 30 pieces of silver.
This Sura is an example of Mohammad receiving a “revelation” that is personally convenient. Some commentators have wondered why, if the Quran is divinely inspired, why God allowed these threats to Mohammad’s wives to be published for eternity? What is the moral example it represents?
Because God knew that, in the fullness of time, Sura 74:30 would expose the hypocrisy and apostasy of Mohammad. 19 provides the key to the Quran which unlocks the chains of Mohammad’s legacy of apostasy and opens the door to Islamic Renaissance. For those Christians, Jews and Muslims seeking a clear sign of God’s continued stewardship of human events, it is necessary to look no further than the relationship between the name of Allah and Sura 66.