The Foundations And Concepts of Islam
 Al-A‘laa 87:1-3.
 Taa Haa 20:50.
 Ash-Shuaraa 26:78, See: Al-Jawaab As-Saheeh 4, Page 97.
 See Majmoo’ Fataawaa Shaikhul Islaam 4 p. 210-211.
* For further reading, see the book, “Ifhaam al-Yahood” by Samuel bin Yahya Al-Maghrabi. He was a Jew who reverted to Islaam.
 See Jewish Encyclopedia Vol. XLL. P 568-569
 The word ‘Talmud’ means, ‘Jewish book of religious and moral teachings’. It is a compilation of footnotes and commentaries on their book ‘Mishna’ which means, ‘the law’ according to Jewish scholars of different generations.
 Read for information, “Al-Yahood alaa Hasab al-Talmud”, by Dr. Rohlange and its translation from French to Arabic in “Al-kanzul marsood fee qawaaidit-talmood’’ by Yoosuf Hanna Nasrullaah.
* For details, read, “Al-jawaab as-Saheeh liman baddala deenal-maseeh” by Shaykhul Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah; “Izhaar al-Haqq” by Rahmatullaah Al-Hindee and “Tuhfatul-Areeb fee radd ‘alaa ubbaad As-Saleeb”, by Abdullah At-Turjumaan who was a Christian revert.
 See "The Struggle between Religion and Science", (p.40-41) by the well-known European author Draper ( Note: The translator does not know the actual name of this book in its original language nor the correct spelling of the name of its author because both were translated and transliterated respectively from Arabic).