The Miracle Of The "7th" Number In Al Fatiha- Translated from Annisa
***The "7th" number belongs to the prime numbers, so that we will see how important is what is made with it.
***The 7th Number has a great impact among Mumin Musims.
***Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala says:"7 skies, 7 earths, the number of days in one week is 7, 7 times we go around Kabba and 7 times we go between Safa and Marwa. We throw in Shaitan with 7 stones, and we make sujud on the 7 body's members."
***The Prophet Mohamed (Salle Allahi Aleihi Wa Salam), speaks about 7 categories of people, that will protect them in His Shadow, in the Day when the shadow will be only His. The Prophet (Salle Allahi Aleihi Wa Salam), also teach us to avoid the 7 forbidden things.
***The 7th number is repeated everywhere and is very important.Allah Subhanuhu Wa Ta'Ala says that Jahanam has 7 doors, and the word "Jahanam" is repeated in Quran 77 times, The first evidence of importance of the 7 number.
***One 2nd evidence is that the arabic language has 28 leters in the alphabet which are 7x4.
***One 3rd evidence is the number of letters used in Al Fatiha which is 21, 7x3.
***One 4th evidence is that Allah Subhanuhu Wa Ta'Ala put some special letters which start 29 Surah. the sum of these letters is 14, 7x2.
These special 14 letters we find them in surat Al Fatiha.
If we count these special letters (14), we found them 119 in AlFatiha, which is 7x17.
***The word ALLAH in arabic language is made from 3 letters: ALIF, LAM, HA.
If we count how many times we find these letters in Al Fatiha we find 49, 7x7.
***The first verse in Al Fatiha is: BISMILLAHI AL RAHMANI AL RAHIM; here we find from special letters 3(alif)-4(lam)-3(mim), mean 343=7x7x7
Allahu AlamSurat Al-Fatiha
1. In the name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful.
2. Praise be to Allah, Lord of the Worlds:
3. The Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful:
4. Owner of the Day of Judgement.
5. Thee (alone) we worship; Thee (alone) was ask for help.
6. Show us the straight path:
7. The path of those whom Thou hast favoured; Not (the path) of those who earn Thine anger nor of those who go astray.