More Israelis and their friends in this country talk about 72 virgins, as heavenly reward, than Muslims. From what I have been able to trace, it all started with the CBS’ 60-Minutes show in 1996 in which two Palestinian “terrorists” were shown perhaps jokingly referring to Abdullah `Azzam’s book, “Join the Caravan,” which had come out just a few months earlier in 1995. Apr 28, 2009 · Best Answer: More Israelis and their friends in this country talk about 72 virgins, as heavenly reward, than Muslims. From what I have been able to trace, it all started with the CBS' 60-Minutes show in 1996 in which two Palestinian "terrorists" were shown perhaps jokingly referring to Abdullah `Azzam's book, "Join the Caravan," which had come out just a few months earlier in 1995.Followers: 2.
This Muslim lawyer has the perfect response to the '72 virgins' myth "How do I redeem my 72 virgins?" 2017-05-11 12:53. Qasim Rashid was trolled online by a white supremacist who asked him about the never-ending myth revolving around the "72 Virgins" in Islam. The writer never claimed the Quran mentioned the #72. However, it is mentioned in the Quran about houris which are virgins or fair maidens. Suras 44, 52, 55, 56, and 78. From these suras some scholars have stated Hadith's that are hasan or good Hadith's which state the 72 virgins. Now accepting and believing it or not is up to you.
Dec 15, 2001 · Skip to comments. Does the Koran really promise Islamic martyrs 72 virgins? Straight Dope ^ | 14-Dec-2001 | CECIL ADAMS Posted on 12/15/2001 7:29:17 PM PST by Gladwin. Dear Cecil: There's been a lot of talk about how the hijackers who destroyed the World Trade Center expected to receive 72 virgins (or 70 or 50, depending on whom you listen to) in paradise. Did you know that no where in the Quran the number 72 even mentioned! Whoaaa! So where did the concept of 72 virgins come from? The Quran says that when the believers enter heaven everything will be perfect. The problems and issues we face ph.
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