Shaitan and the Qur'an [Quote - 612]

Published Categorised as Quote-Unquote, Quote-Unquote – Book VII (601-700)

Generally speaking, Shaitan -- the Devil -- seems to be a happy-go-lucky kind of a guy. But there seems to be one thing that bothers him more than all the other things in this world.

And that is the Qur'an.

Often, Shaitan's entire mission on earth seems to revolve around keeping the children of Adam -- human beings -- from getting hold of a copy of the Qur'an.

And from reading the Qur'an and understanding it.

While Shaitan seems to have no dearth of followers in this world, ready to do his bidding whenever and wherever, Shaitan's constant worry seems to be the Qur'an.

Shaitan's obsession seems to be:

How to stop the Qur'an from falling into the hands of human beings.

Qur'an in the form of simple, understandable translation in their own language.

And Qur'an in the form of any book or device that may help to make the Qur'an simple, easy, accessible and understandable to people.

Every day Shaitan can keep the Qur'an from breaking out, and falling into the hands of the people, in any form or fashion, and at any level, seems to be a day of victory for Shaitan.

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