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THE HOLY QURAN THE HOLY QURAN RADAR TECHNOLOGY BASED ON THE WORKS OF HARUN YAHYA and others PREPARED BY Dr F.Dejahang, BSc CEng, BSc (Hons) Construction Mgmt, MSc, MCIOB,.MCMI, PhD
The Holy Qur'an is the Word of Allah
MODERN-DAY RADAR TECHNOLOGY We gave Dawud great favor from Us: 'O mountains and birds! echo with him in his praise!' And We made iron malleable for him: (Surah Saba', 10)
MODERN-DAY RADAR TECHNOLOGY Muhsin Khan And indeed We bestowed grace on David from Us (saying): "O you mountains. Glorify (Allah) with him! And you birds (also)! And We made the iron soft for him." Sahih International And We certainly gave David from Us bounty. [We said], "O mountains, repeat [Our] praises with him, and the birds [as well]." And We made pliable for him iron,
MODERN-DAY RADAR TECHNOLOGY ما به داوود از سوی خود فضیلتی بزرگ بخشیدیم؛ (ما به کوهها و پرندگان گفتیم:) ای کوهها و ای پرندگان! با او همآواز شوید و همراه او تسبیح خدگویید! و آهن را برای او نرم کردیم.
(Surat al-Anbiya', 79) We gave Sulayman understanding of it. We gave each of them judgment and knowledge. We subjected the mountains to Dawud, glorifying, and the birds as well. This is something We are well able to do. (Surat al-Anbiya', 79)
(Surat al-Anbiya', 79)
Sahih International And We gave understanding of the case to Solomon, and to each [of them] We gave judgement and knowledge. And We subjected the mountains to exalt [Us], along with David and [also] the birds. And We were doing [that].
(Surat al-Anbiya', 79) Muhsin Khan And We made Sulaiman (Solomon) to understand (the case), and to each of them We gave Hukman (right judgement of the affairs and Prophethood) and knowledge. And We subjected the mountains and the birds to glorify Our Praises along with Dawud (David), And it was We Who were the doers (of all these things).
(Surat al-Anbiya', 79) ما (حکم واقعی) آن را به سلیمان فهماندیم؛ و به هر یک از آنان (شایستگی) داوری، و علم فراوانی دادیم؛ و کوهها و پرندگان را با داوود مسخّر ساختیم، که (همراه او) تسبیح (خدا) میگفتند؛ و ما این کار را انجام دادیم!
(Surah Sâd, 36) So We subjected the wind to him to blow at his command, softly, wherever he directed. (Surah Sâd, 36)
(Surah Sâd, 36) So We subjected the wind to him to blow at his command, softly, wherever he directed.
(Surah Sâd, 36)
Sahih International So We subjected to him the wind blowing by his command, gently, wherever he directed, Muhsin Khan So, We subjected to him the wind, it blew gently to his order whithersoever he willed,
(Surah Sâd, 36) پس ما باد را مسخّر او ساختیم تا به فرمانش بنرمی حرکت کند و به هر جا او میخواهد برود!
(Surah Sâd, 36) The above verses refer to the superior attributes bestowed on the Prophets David (pbuh) and Solomon (pbuh), and say that each was given knowledge from the Presence of Allah.
(Surah Sâd, 36) The terms referring to the knowledge given to these Prophets in the verses may be a reference to present-day radar technology, which works by the reflection of electromagnetic waves. (Allah knows the truth.)
The word "awwibee"in verse 10 of Surah Saba', translated as "echoing" in the verse and meaning "the return or reiteration of sound," is reminiscent of echo-based radar technology.
MODERN-DAY RADAR TECHNOLOGY Radar is a location device used to determine the location, speed and direction of mobile or stationary objects, and works by reflecting micro- wave.11 The operating principle of radar bears a close similarity to the reflection of sound. For example, someone shouting in a valley or a cave, hears his own voice being reflected back to him. If we know how fast sound travels through the air, we can calculate the distance and general direction of the object it bounces off.
MODERN-DAY RADAR TECHNOLOGY In the radar system, electromagnetic energy signals are used in very much the same way. Signals with a microwave frequency are emitted toward an object and then return after being reflected by it. This part of the signal returning to the radar is called an "echo."
MODERN-DAY RADAR TECHNOLOGY Radar devices use this echo to determine the direction and distance of the object doing the reflecting.22 Since they also use electromagnetic energy, radio, television and the human eye bear a close resemblance to radar systems, though their frequencies are different.
MODERN-DAY RADAR TECHNOLOGY In addition, radar uses the reflected energy known as the "echo," rather than directly transmitted energy as in these examples.3 3 Reflected signals are converted into numerical values by the radar receiver and recorded as data on "echo stores." Finally, the data are processed and converted into images.44
MODERN-DAY RADAR TECHNOLOGY The use of the Arabic verb "alanna," meaning "We have made malleable," in verse 10 of Surah Saba' is again exceedingly wise. Because iron is still described as soft, or malleable, despite being physically very hard. This form of iron, known as "soft magnetic iron" because of its magnetic properties is particularly used in radar and satellite technology.5 5 Soft iron is used because it strengthens the magnetic field and can be opened and closed as desired.
MODERN-DAY RADAR TECHNOLOGY The radar imaging used today scans the world at every moment and developments taking place on the earth can thus be constantly monitored. "The wind being told to blow at his command..." as we are told of the Prophet Solomon (pbuh) in verse 36 of Sura Sad, may be a reference to electromagnetic signals being transmitted as desired in the air thanks to the use of soft iron. (Allah knows the truth.)
MODERN-DAY RADAR TECHNOLOGY In addition, data can be collected about physical features on earth, such as mountains, glaciers and the oceans, and also about man- made objects, such as houses, bridges and cars.
MODERN-DAY RADAR TECHNOLOGY The way that the operating principle and material used in this advanced technology was noted in the Qur'an 1400 years ago shows that the Qur'an is the revelation of our Lord, Who created past and future as a single moment and Who is unfettered by time.
A radar image taken by satellite. This image, formed using microwaves, shows a mountainous region of Salt Lake City, Utah.
Radar used to control the traffic in New Zealand.
Air radar used to identify powerful storms and track their movements.
This 27-meter-high radar facility, reminiscent of a fly's eye, scans the sky above northern Alaska and is used as an early warning system against ballistic missiles.