Miracle of the Holy Quran: 3 Years Old boy recites Holy Quran:طفل عمره 3 سنوات آية من آيات الله

Miracle of the Holy Quran: 3 Years Old boy reciting the Holy Quran

طفل عمره 3 سنوات آية من آيات الله

Please Check the below Youtube links and see it by yourself:

الطفل المعجزة عبد الرحمن فارح مع رئيس الجمهورية
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All Praise is due to God Almighty…


And all spam is due to be cleaned up by moderators, with offenders’ accounts subsequently banned. This forum is not for “hit and run” posts proselytizing Islam with no substantive content.

Dear Sir/Madam:

Do you have anything to say on the links provided, if you have watched them all?
This 3 year old boy recites Surah Maryam too.


I don’t like proselytizing and spam
I don’t like it, Sam I am.

No, I don’t. I have seen many such videos. I know that Muslims see them as some kind of miracle. I do not.

memorisation of the Quran by a three year old child is possible within normal bounds without miraculous aid. Why this can be seen as a miracle is beyond me.

I think it all boils down to a question of perspective.

For instance, the Qur’an teaches that the very first miracle that Jesus (pbuh) performed was to speak in defense of his mother’s honour and dignity while he was still an infant in his cradle.

Christians, on the other hand, believe that the first miracle Jesus (pbuh) ever did was to turn water into wine at a wedding feast.

Therefore, it is hardly surprising then that Christians would not view anything miraculous about the feat of a 3-year old reciting the Qur’an.

11 Oct 2009:

A two-year-old British boy with an IQ of at least 160, equal to that of Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking, is chosen to join the society of geniuses known as Mensa.”

Based on the statement released by the Gifted Children’s Information Centre, Oscar ranks in the 99.99th percentile of the population, making him one of the brightest children in the world.

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welcome Larryx to the forum ;).

What makes you think anyone here understands any of this. We have a few Arabic muslims here and that’s about it.

The other posters are right. Spam, spam, spam.

Give this toddler some cough medicine, tuck him into bed and give him his teddy bear.

Dear Sir/Madam:

I don’t know what those “many such videos” you have seen.


Um…I’m not sure what you’re trying to say here, Larryx. That wasn’t quite a complete sentence.

But anyway, yes, I have seen many such videos posted to youtube and other places by Muslim proselytizers, and I am still unmoved. They are certainly not a miracle, especially when you consider what a premium is placed on the recitation of the Qur’an in Islamic societies. It would be like a Christian thinking that their child having learned the Rosary, the Jesus Prayer, or the Trisagion at an early age is miraculous. They may be proud, but really…that’s what is supposed to happen when you give your child a good Christian education! To say it is a “miracle”, rather than just impressive or praiseworthy, is a bit of an abuse of the term “miracle”.

Life is a miracle. Being able to recite something that you’ve been taught to memorize ever since you can remember is not.

That’s because there is NOTHING miraclous - Christ in the miracle you cite from the Q’uran was in his cradle, this is a 3 year old, what he is doing is well within the range of human capability and with regards to what Christians believe was our Lord’s first miracle you (not surprisignly)forget the context that he performed this miracle at his mother’s request.

I’d view it as miraclous meself if you learn that there is no market here for the shoddy, second-hand goods you are trying to sell.

When i was 3 years old, i loved golden books, esp one called sam and the firefly…
I could tell anyone that story off by heart at 3, now because i remembered a book, is that a miracle? NO!
What is a miracle is when this child learns the truth about Jesus and then that is what you can call a miracle.

FYI, unlike “sam and the firefly”, the Qur’an does NOT have big and colourful pictures in it.

Has anyone here ever tried reading a bedtime story to a 3-year old with a book that does not have pictures in it?

Yes ham they have, for example my parents reading to me would qualify as I had a reading level equivalent to a 14 year old at age 4, although lest it be thought I am blowing my own trumpet my skill level in maths is still about on par with the average 4 year olds. I can also think of my best friend’s nephew who at age 5 was reading any and every book around his home if he visited and who had a very high IQ level. This does not mean he was performing miracles, any more than Jesse Owens was performing miracles by running extraordinarly fast or Julian Bream performs miracles by playing guitar at a level the vast majority of humanity will never reach or Stephen Hawkings performs miracles in his chosen field etc. etc. The boy has been raised in a culture where reciting the Q’uran is held to bestow a great deal of merit on those who can memorise it. It takes discipline to memorise it but it is not a miracle.

hammy,
The point im trying to make is, if you read a book of any type of description to a child, a child’s mind is always learning, it takes information in faster than an adults, therefore, in this case, and i have no doubt this child was forced to listen and practise learning the quran, is probably made to do this upto 8 hours a day!
As we have seen in footage shown from pakistan, saudi etc of child young reciting the quran for HOURS at a time.
With this sort of forced training, are you surprised this 3 year old knows parts of the quran off by heart? im not!

As has been pointed out on similar threads to this before mindlessly memorising something by rote does not equal a deep or profound understanding of it. However I do remember at one point when this issue came up before a forum member posted a video of a young boy who had memorised the whole New Testament - strangely enough no Muslim member was willing to allow that as a miracle though…

Hamba as dzheremi says this forum is not for prostelysing in the name of Islam which you constantly do, or for instructing (in your arrogance) Christians in how to practise their faith, which you also constantly do.

For everyones information, I honestly would say that most adults throughout the Muslim world would not be able to recite the Qur’an from memory as readily as the 3-year old boy shown in the video.

Not much of a miracle

That doesn’t suprise me. :rolleyes:

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