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Scientific and Archaeological Explanation of the Ayaats of the Holy Quran

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Sura: Al-An’aam
Ayat 141

And He it is Who produces gardens (of vine), trellised and untrellised, and palms and seed-produce of which the fruits are of various sorts, and olives and pomegranates, like and unlike; eat of its fruit when it bears fruit, and pay the due of it on the day of its reaping, and do not act extravagantly; surely He does not love the extravagant. M Shakir's Quran Translation

Trees, a sign of Allah
It is Allah who made all the food and trees, a sign for us all. Surely there are countless blessings our creator. Trees grow throughout the world, from the extreme cold regions near the Arctic and the Antarctic to the hot tropical regions around the equator. Perhaps the most important ecological function of trees is protecting the land against erosion, the wearing away of topsoil due to wind and water. The trunks and branches of trees provide protection from the wind, and tree roots help solidify soil in times of heavy rain. In addition, trees and forests store water reserves that act as buffers for the ecosystem during periods of drought. In many areas the removal of forests has resulted in costly floods and subsequent droughts. Trees and forests also provide habitat, protection, and food for many plant and animal species. In addition, they play an important role in global climate and atmosphere regulation—the leaves of trees absorb carbon dioxide in the air and produce oxygen that is necessary for life. Trees provide us with fruits which are a vital part of balanced diet. Fruits are vital to humans. Many species of mammals, birds, and insects rely on fruit as an essential component of their diet. Fruits also play a critical role in dispersing seeds, increasing the likelihood that at least some will land in an environment favorable for germination, or sprouting, which helps to perpetuate the plant species. Birds, for example, help distribute seeds when they feed on berries. The seed within the berry passes through the bird’s digestive tract and is deposited at a location where, if conditions are favorable, it will flourish. Most of the 250,000 known species of seed-producing plants have survived because their fruits serve as the vehicles that help spread seeds.

This document is based on my under process book. I plan to collect all the Ayaats of the Holy Quran with deal with scientific, historical and archaeological subjects. I am trying to provide explanation to those Ayaats in light of Previous commentaries (Tafaseer), established science, archaeological discoveries and Arabic lexicons. Send in your comments, queries and suggestion at Please do not copy paste without permission, until my book is published, Insha’Allah.

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