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. Mūsā (ʿalayhis-salām) was one of the greatest Messengers and Prophets of Allāh, the Exalted. He was upon the way of his forefathers, Ibrahīm, Isḥāq and Yaʿqūb (ʿalayhimus-salām) in establishing and calling to Islām and Tawḥīd. He was not the founder of any religion called “Judaism” as neither he, nor his forefathers identified their religion by such as narrow, restricted label, which came many long centuries after them and which represents a distorted (muḥarraf ), altered (mubaddal) religion whose form and character has never ceased to change over the centuries.
How the Torah of the Jews Became Corrupted: Part 2: The Kingdom of Judah
Posted 26 Sep 2018 by Abu Iyaad
Part 1 covered the period after Mūsā (ʿalayhis salām) to Shāwil (Saul) and indicated occurrences of wholesale apostacy seven times, collectively lasting for over a 100 years. In this article we cover the period of the separation of the Kingdom of Banī Isrāʾīl after the Prophet Sulaymān (ʿalayhis salām). ... Read more »