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Number 11: A witness to the Oneness of God


Like the words of Allah have no end, also the numbers Allah has mentioned are infinite. And this is a miracle regarding to number 11 in Holy Quran….

If we really want to see the Koranic miraculousness and comprehend the greatness of each miracle of Allah’s (swt) verses, then we have to analyse the miraculousness within the one verse, inside each Koranic text, which itself contains many marvellous verses, and even in a small fragment from one verse. On the other hand, we can also analyse a given miracle in only one word and its repetition in the holy Book.

The Koran is not a poetic text on which we can apply a rule or a single rhyme or meter, nay! In the book of Allah, each verse is miraculous; each chapter is great. I say, each letter is astonishing!

This general vision of the miraculousness of the Koran needs a lot of scientific researches, and each research there must be a presentation of one side of the miracles: numeric, linguistic, scientific…

In fact, this is what we are doing through a series of Koranic researches. These researches will draw an excellent idea about he numeric miraculousness of the Koran; this is why every and any question, the reader may ask, will be answered, if not in this research, then in the next episodes, Allah’s  willing.

The Oneness of God and His Most Beautiful Names:

Like the words of Allah have no end, also the numbers Allah has mentioned are infinite. Likewise, the miraculousness is not limited around number 7. There is much more numbers (too numerous to be counted) which really contain magnificent miracles. It is, then, the case for number 11. Number is a single, prime number, which cannot be divided only on itself or on number 1. Its existence in the holy Book of Allah is only a strong proof of His Oneness .

The second number, we may encounter, is number 99; the latter represents Allah’s Most Beautiful Names, and its existence in the Koran proves again that Allah has 99 Name. Then, verily it is what dear prophet, Mohamed has said.

Number 11: A testimony to Allah’s Oneness :

In the following paragraphs, we will observe together wonderful coordinations with number 11; this number is one of the many proofs to the Aloneness of the One who has set down the Koran. But before we start representing some wonderful realities, limited to number 11, we just must mention that the verse ‘(1)Say: He is Allah the One and Only’ (قل هو الله أحد) contains 11 letters.

The repetition of the ‘Basmalah’/ “In the name of Allah, The Most Gracious, The Most Merciful”:

In the words of this fragment [“In the name of Allah, The Most Gracious, The Most Merciful”], there is always a given number of words’ repetition as following:

*the word ‘in the name’ (بسم) is mentioned in the whole Book 22 times,

*the word ‘Allah’(الله )mentioned in the whole Book 2699 times

*the word ‘The Most Gracious’(الرحمن)  is mentioned in the whole Book 57 times

*the word ‘The Most Merciful’(الرحيم)  is mentioned the whole Book 115 times

Let’s now put these data in a table, where we can observe the wonders of these repetitions:

بسم           الله             الرحمن          الرحيم

22          2699          57             115

These numbers ranged together give the number 11557269922; the latter is made up of 11 classes. This same number is a multiple of 11 :

11557269922 = 11 × 1050660902

Even if we gather the numbers above, the result is a number multiple of 11:

22 + 2699 + 57 + 115 = 2893  /  2893 = 11 × 263

The number 263 is made up of numbers, once gathered, give the number 11:

3 + 6 + 2 = 11

Some given letters and the repetitions of the word ‘Allah’:

The number of the letters of ‘Allah’ =4 (in Arabic of course!), and it was mentioned 2699 times in the Koran.

Then both numbers, if ranged, are related with 11:

2699 (how much ‘Allah’ was mentioned)             4 (the number of ‘Allah’’s letters)

26994, that is resulted, is a multiple of 11:

26994 = 11 × 2454

and now, let me ask these two questions: “where was ‘Allah’ first mentioned?” and “where was it last mentioned?”, then “did Allah truly organise the numbers of chapters and verses to coordinate with His Holy Name?”

Read the following:

The first time the word ‘Allah’ is mentioned is in this verse: ‘in the name of Allah, The Most Gracious The Most Merciful’ (1:1) and last it was mentioned in this verse: ‘(2)Allah the Eternal Absolute’ (2:112)

The first verse:

the number of the verse            the number of the chapter

1                                      1

The last verse:

the number of the verse            the number of the chapter

2                                         112

The first: 11 and the second: 2112. So, 2112 next to 11 gives the number 211211, which is a multiple of 11:

211211 = 11 × 19201

But what is more puzzling is that the number of each verse is a multiple of 11:

1 next to 11 gives 111:

111=11*11 (for the first verse)

2 next to 112 gives 2112:


The repetitions of the letters:

In (بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم)/ ‘in the name of Allah, The Most Gracious The Most Merciful’, the Arabic letter ‘Alif’ is mentioned 3 times; ‘lam’ is mentioned 4 times and ‘haâ’ is mentioned one time:

‘Haâ’       ‘Lam’       ‘Alif’   [ الألف            اللام              الهاء]

1               4              3

*The number 143 is a multiple of 11: 143= 11*13!

As for the last verse, ‘(2)Allah the Eternal Absolute’ (2:112), we have :

Haâ’       ‘Lam’       ‘Alif’           

1               3              2

*The number 132 again is a multiple of 11:

132= 11*12

Now, there is something more beautiful. ‘ Allah’’s letters are also mentioned in another miraculous way based on 111, just to be sure that Allah is ONE and LONELY!

Look at these coordinations:

((بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم                   (الله الصمد)

ا  لــلـــه                                     ا  لـلــه  (Allah)

3 4  4    1          2 3  3   1

= 111 × 13                = 111 × 12

The repetitions of the letters of the word ‘Allah’ in the first verse:

Haâ’    ‘lam’     ‘Lam’       ‘Alif’

1           4             4              3

The number we have, i.e. 1443 is a multiple of 111: 1443 = 111*13

And in the verse ‘Allah the Eternal Absolute) we have this:

Haâ’      ‘Lam’      ‘Lam’       ‘Alif’

1            3              3               2

Again, the number 1332 is a multiple of 111: 1332=  111*12 

Hallowed be God! Even if we have twice mentioned the letter ‘lam’, the number is always repeated once. This is how these repetitions are strong, undoubted demonstration to the Oneness  of The One God.

The number 99 and The Most Beautiful Names:

In the first verse: ‘in the name of Allah, The Most Gracious The Most Merciful’, there are three Names of Allah: Allah, The Most Gracious and The Most Merciful

Each of these has been mentioned for a specific number in the Koran, as following:

The Most Merciful         The Most Gracious      Allah

115                                      57                         2699

The arrangement of these three numbers gives: 115572699, which is a multiple of 99:

115572699 = 99 × 1167401

And what is really surprising is that gathering these numbers also gives a number multiple of 99:

2699 + 57 + 115 = 2871            2871 = 99 × 29

More wonders! If we change the place of ‘Allah’ and ‘The Most Gracious’, in this way:

The Most Merciful          Allah         The Most Gracious

115                               2699                               57

We will have this number: 115269957, and it is a multiple of 99: 115269957 = 99 ×  1164343

This perfect, amazing system is only an evidence with which we can easily argue anyone and everyone that what Allah has said in this verse: (110)Say: "Call upon Allah or call upon Rahman: by whatever name ye call upon Him (it is well): for to Him belong the Most Beautiful Names (110:17) is unquestionably right and true!

‘Allah the Eternal Absolute’:

this is the first verse of ‘Alikhlas’ (the sincerity) chapter; it claims that Allah is One and Lonely God. The number of the letters of the word ‘Allah’ in this verse is as following:

Haâ         Lam                    Lam               Alif

2              3                        3                     2

The result of the arrangement of these numbers is 2332; it is a multiple of 11:

2332  = 11 × 212

This wonderful coordinations can be applied on the whole chapter of ‘Alikhlas’, as following:

(قُلْ هُوَ اللَّهُ أَحَدٌ * اللَّهُ الصَّمَدُ * لَمْ يَلِدْ وَلَمْ يُولَدْ * وَلَمْ يَكُن لَّهُ كُفُواً أَحَدٌ)

“(1)Say: He is Allah the One and Only; (2)Allah the Eternal Absolute; (3)He begetteth not nor is He begotten;(4)And there is none like unto Him”

Haâ           Lam          Lam        Alif /       ا   لــــلــــه

4                 12           12             6

This number, 412126, which represents the repetitions of the letters of the word ‘Allah’ in ‘Alkhlas’ chapter, is a multiple of 11 for two times and in two directions:

412126 = 11 × 11 × 3406

Its reverse:  621214 = 11 × 11 × 5134

These results witness that Allah has organised the letters of His great Name in each verse and each word perfectly!

Numbers, which proves Allah’s Oneness :

Allah, the Wisest, has chosen for His Majesty, a name that is ‘Allah’. This name is about three letters:

  • Alif: repeated in ‘Allah’ one time 1
  • Lam: repeated in ‘Allah’ two times 2
  • Haâ: repeated in ‘Allah’ one time  1

We range theses numbers, and we get this: 121, which is once again a multiple of 11:

121 = 11 × 11

But wait for more! If we write the word ‘Allah’ and change each letter with the corresponding number, we will have:

Haâ               lam                   lam                    alif

1                     2                        2                        1

Range these numbers and you will get 1221 which is about: 11*111!

1221 = 11 × 111

And look again at this beautiful picture:

ا      ل      هـ                ا     ل     ل     هـ

H     L     A                   H   L   L   A

1     2       1                1    2    2      1

= 11 × 11                     = 11 × 111

Don’t you get it?! Dear reader, observe now with small concentration how number 1 is repeated, either in 11 or in 111. Aren’t these numbers true testimonies to the Oneness and Oneness  of God?!

Is it All?

Truly, these scientific realities we have been presenting all along this research don’t even represent a single drop of the great ocean of the miraculousness of the Holy Koran. And if we can write books as many atoms as there are in the universe, the wonders of this book will never end! And how will the miracles of Allah’s words end?!

This numeric miracle we have seen in this research is a strong demonstration that this book, the Koran, can speak to anybody, at any time and everywhere. You know it; the numeric language, nowadays, is the language the entire world can understand. Likewise, we easily prove, through this numeric language, that dear prophet Mohamed was sent to all humankind to the end of this world.

Now, let us hear these divine, striking words from Allah’s Book: (158)Say: "O men! I am sent unto you all as the apostle of Allah to Whom belongeth the dominion of the heavens and the earth: there is no god but He: it is He that giveth both life and death. So believe in Allah and His apostle the unlettered Prophet who believed in Allah and His words: follow him that (so) ye may be guided."


By: Abduldaem Al-Kaheel

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