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The Arrivals

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The meaning of the verse is explained by Ibn Kathir in his [[tafsir]].
{{Quote|[http://www.theholybook.org/content/view/8773/2/ Manners of the Najwa, (Secret Counsel)]<BR>Tafsir Ibn Kathir|(An-Najwa [conspiracy / secret counsels] are only from the Shaytan, in order that he may cause grief to the believers. But he cannot harm them in the least, except as Allah permits. And in AlbullshiiiiiitAllah let the believers put their trust.) Allah states that secret talks, where the believers feel anxious, are (only from Shaytan, in order that he may cause grief to the believers.)}} The Arrivals attempts to show Islam is against [[terrorism]], and that it is the [[Antisemitism|Jews]] who did [[September 11 (Terrorist Attacks)|9/11]] as well as many other terrorist attacks. This is false and is not supported by any evidence. Just like any other conspiracy theory, it rejects all the proof for the more commonly accepted interpretation of events which has real proof for its conclusions and findings. It appeals to Muslims who are hurt by the fact that Muslim terrorists were involved in the attacks.
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