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Was Pharaoh Drowned or Saved when chasing Moses and the Israelites? Saved [10:93], drowned [28:40, 17:103, 43:55].
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Pharaoh died in the sea. The verse of Yunus (10):92 says that Pharaoh's BODY was saved and extracted from the water so that it might be a sign for future generations to the power of God. It seems strange how the author of this list managed to skip the very word that explains the verse and only narrate the portion of the verse which will facilitate a desired "contradiction."
The following image was sent to me by brother Waseem Sakka; may Allah Almighty always be pleased with him:
The Arabic writing in the top right hand corner reads Noble Verse 10:92 from
the Noble Quran: "This day shall We save thee in thy body, that thou Mayest
be a Sign to those Who come after thee! But verily, many among mankind Are
heedless of Our Signs!" The bottom left hand corner reads: "The Pharaoh of
Moses, since 3500 years ago."
Also, I seem to remember this same author having some comments in the past in one of the articles on his "Answering Islam" homepage (I believe authored by Dr. Campbell whose opinions we have already studied in the above question on embryology) about the alleged unreliability of The French physician, Dr. Maurice Bucaille's book "The Bible, the Qur'an, and Science," and how it is supposedly so full of errors. Anyone who had indeed read Dr. Bucaille's book would have known what this verse says since Dr. Bucaille goes into so much detail about this very issue and places so much emphasis on the Qur'an's claim that the body of Pharaoh was recovered and not left in the sea. This was a key issue with him in his comparison of this statement with the conditions of the mummified bodies of various pharaohs which have been preserved in Egypt.
In any case, another "contradiction" down.
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