In 1902, MGA quoted 21:91 (21:92 in the Qadiani Quran) of the Quran and claimed that Maryam was called a married woman (Ahsanat). MGA then quoted 4:24, specifically the phrase “wa mushanatoo” and gave it as a parallel. Thus, since we know that Allah has ordered the angels to blow the souls into a baby at roughly 4 months. Thus, MGA was claiming that at barely 4 months pregnant, Maryam had gotten married, MGA wrote 6-7 months. However, the Lahori-Ahmadi’s via Muhammad Ali and his famous 1918 commentary used MGA’s argument.
However, this is a lie, “ahsanat” simply means “guarded”, whereas “wa mushanatoo” means “and guarded”. In reality, the phrase “Muh-sanaat” includes married and non-married women, and thus Razi conceded the entire argument (1:01:55 time stamp to 1:03:15). Ironically, in the official 5-volume commentary of the Quran, the Qadiani’s didn’t mention MGA’s silly argument. Moreover, MGA was accusing Maryam of even Maryam met with Joseph before they married each other (astagfarullah). MGA says the same in Mawahibur-Rahman (1903, see page 66).
This was also discussed on the Dialogue with Imtiaz stream. At 1:00:19, Razi quoted 21:91 of the Quran (And MGA, this ref is unknown)(and specifically the phrase “ahsanat”[guarded]) as he argued that Maryam must have been married to Joseph (since MGA said so), while she was 5 months pregnant with Eisa (as). Razi argued that at other places in the Quran, “ahsanat”[guarded]) was used to show a married woman, and thus, when Maryam was referred to in 21:92, she was already married. However, Razi was wrong, we find the phrase “wa mushanatoo” (and guarded) used 5 times in the Quran, see 4:24 for one example. Razi was trying to link “Ahsanat” to “Muh-sanaat”. Eventually, Razi conceded (1:01:55 time stamp to 1:03:15). Razi then quirms all the way to 1:07:00, Razi admits that the phrase “Muh-sanaat” includes married and non-married women and thus concedes the entire argument. At 1:16:33, Razi says that some people in history have been born without a father, he also says that he hasn’t read enough on this topic.
Malfuzat, Vol-3, page 175-176, 2022 edition
Placed in Oct-1-1902 by the Qadianis
MGA said that Maryam had a nikkah with Joseph while she was pregnant. Razi even quoted 4:24 of the Quran as he argued that Maryam must have been married to Joseph (since MGA said so), while she was pregnant with Eisa (as). Razi was quoting the phrase “wa mushanatoo” (word was used 5 times in the Quran) in 4:24 and said that Maryam was also called “wa mushanatoo”, however, Razi was trying to link muh-sanaat to ahsanat. Eventually, Razi conceded. He did mention how MGA called this as a “historical error” in Islam (astagfarullah)(See Malfuzat, Vol-3, page 175-176).
“”Maulvi Mubarak Ali mentioned that Hazoor in support of the matter that Maryam AS never married her entire he presents this proof from the Quran: Surah Al Anbiya verse 92
____________________________________________________________________________________________When Does the Soul (Ruh) Enter the Foetus? – SeekersGuidance
In the Hadith recorded by the two most authentic authorities, Imam al-Bukhari and Imam Muslim (may Allah have mercy on them both) in their respective Sahih collections, the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) discusses in detail the periods elapsing between these stages mentioned in the Qur’an.
Sayyiduna Abd Allah ibn Mas’ud (Allah be pleased with him) narrates that the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) said:
((إنَّ أحدكم يُجمَع خَلْقُه في بطن أمه أربعين يومًا، ثم يكون علقةً مثل ذلك، ثم يكون مُضغةً مثل ذلك، ثم يَبعث الله ملكًا فيُؤمر بأربع كلمات، ويقال له: اكتُبْ عملَه، ورزقَه، وأجلَه، و شقيٌّ أو سعيدٌ، ثم يُنفخ فيه الروح))
“Each one of you is constituted in the womb of the mother for forty days, and then he becomes a clot of thick blood for a similar period, and then a piece of flesh for a similar period. Then Allah sends an angel who is ordered to write four things. He is ordered to write down his deeds, his livelihood, his (date of) death, and whether he will be blessed or wretched (in religion). Then the soul is breathed into him…” (Sahih al-Bukhari: 3036).
Based on the above Qur’anic verse and Hadith, the jurists (fuqaha) have inferred that the soul (ruh) enters the foetus at around 4 months/120 days after conception.
Imam Ibn Abidin (Allah have mercy on him) states:
“The soul enters the foetus at 120 days (4 months), as established by the Hadith.” (Radd al-Muhtar ala Durr al-Mukhtar 1/202)
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