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Electron Microscopy Shows the Holly Phrase of Allah in Living Cells

Shadia E. Abd El-Aziz
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Shadia E. Abd El-Aziz , 2003. Electron Microscopy Shows the Holly Phrase of Allah in Living Cells. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences, 6: 1976-1978.

DOI: 10.3923/pjbs.2003.1976.1978


Man has always wondered at the beauty, the precision and the harmony of the creation manifested so clearly and cogently all along in the cosmos. He has marveled at the presence of the stars and the galaxies, the sun and the moon, the high mountains and the deep seas, the green plants and the colourful flowers, the creeping insects and the moving animals and the vastness of space and change in seasons, all obeying the natural laws faithfully and without any deviation or discord (Kazi, 1999).

The word of God is like some tall peak whose awful form rests on earth and whose top enclosed in eternal sunshine, reaches the sky. It is magnificent, sublime, and gigantic. It is a column of light that never fades or weakens. It is the light of all ages and the source of light to all souls. It lights human hearts and minds penetrating the deep darkness of ignorance that flees man before it. It dazzles the eyes of its attackers with its splendid glare. It is light from light. It is always abreast of science. When correctly interpreted it spreads a light that can never be eclipsed.

In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful “The seven heavens and the earth and all that is therein, glorify Him and there is not a thing but glorifies His Praise. But you understand not their glorification. Truly, He is Ever Forbearing,Oft-Forgiving” (Surat Al-Esraa–44).

Eggs of many noctuids are deposited singly and scattered or they may occur in flat, single layered masses. A few species produce egg masses that are two or three layers deep, e.g.. the cotton leafworm, Spodoptera littoralis. All noctuid eggs, seem to date, possess a some what translucent or transparent chorion which is covered with a transparent adhesive coating. The adhesive material glues the eggs together in a mass if they are in contact with each other and to the substrate on which they rest (Peterson, 1964). The eggs of S. littoralis are spherical yellowish just after laying; greenish and become gray or dark just before hatching. Eggs of Spodoptera frugiperda may show many different colors going from the gray- bluish to greenish in the new laid eggs to the brown-reddish to green color at the end of the embryonic development (Consoli et al.,1999). The egg 0.3 mm in diameter, and laid on the undersides of cotton leaves in batch of 100-300 and covered with hair- scales. The mucous layer found covering eggs of S. ferugiperda and Heliothis virescens, has been considered as a secretion of the reproductive accessory glands to help adhesion of the eggs to the substrate and or to each other when they are in clusters ( Hinton, 1981 ).One female lays from 1500 – 2000 eggs. Hatching takes 2 – 6 days, but it can take up to 26 days in cooler regions. Each mass is coated lightly with elongated, light colored, hair- like strands. Each egg has 46 to 50 inconspicuous ridges with cross striae between them Chorion is well sculptured with interconnected ridges and bridges along most of its surface except for the inferior third which is sculptured- less essentially smooth. On the other hand,the texture of the chorion on the upper third is like wise rugged. On the chorion of S. littoralis eggs ( newly laid ), the holly phrase of “ Lailaha illa Allah ( none has the right to be worshipped but He ) was found sculpturing on the chorion of S. littoralis eggs. Always, The eggs which have Allah ‘ s name, are usually grouped on the top of egg batch. Yahya ( 1999 ) mentioned that neither the action taken by the mother silkworm to protect its eggs nor the behaviour of a tiny caterpillar devoid of any awareness, education or knowledge can be explained by evolution. First of all, the ability of the mother to secrete the thread (a viscous substance which unite and protect their eggs and prevent them from being scattered around. The newly – born caterpillar’s knowing the most suitable environment for itself, its spinning a cocoon in accordance with it, its undergoing a metamorphosis, and its coming through this metamorphosis without any problem are beyond human comprehension. Hence, we can simply say that each caterpillar is born into the world with a foreknowledge of what to do, which means that it was “ taught “ all of these things before it was born. The fact that caterpillar can establish such a great and perfect order is proof that they are acting on the inspiration of a certain “ supervisor “. The verse bellow fully confirms that God (Allah) is the Master and Supervisor of everything and that every living creature acts on His Inspiration. In The Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful,” I have put my trust in God, my Lord and your Lord There is no living being He does not hold by the forelock and inspect My Lord is on a straight path“ (Surat Hud : 56).

Fig. 1:The Holly phrase of “Lailaha Illa Allah’= was found sculpturing on the chorion of Spodoptera littoralis eggs (newly laid)

Fig. 2:
Sagital section of sensillum trichodium of tarsal moth, Heliothis armigera demonstrating two dendrites (d) surrounded by a dendritic sheath (ds) neurotubules (nt) are seen within each dendrite. Lu = lumen, Cs = cuticular sheath, To =tormogen cell, Ep= epidermal cell, Tr= trichogen cell, Sh = sheath of sensillum base

In this concern, chemoreceptors of insects are microscopic cuticular appendages that respond by chemical communication between the dendrites and the environment of the insect. Such responses occur in the different sensory processes and play an important role of insect behaviour (Zacharuk, 1980). The distal segments of the legs of Heliothis armigera adults bear contact chemoreceptors as in most adult lepidoptera. Transmission electron microscope is used to investigate the ultrastructure of the sensilla on the tarsi of H. armigera, according to Salama et al. (1987). The epidermal cells of short sensilla trichodia on tarsi are arranged in such a way That reads “Allah”.

On January 1st and 2nd ( 2002 ), it was reported that Allah and Muhammad were shaped in Arabic on the moon in England (and some other countries). This amazing discovery led to a live broadcast on BBC Radio 5, details and picture taken from; Also, Allah’s name was written on the bread (chipati); in a tomato fruit; in eggplant; in the ocean (from Apollo 11 Shuttle); written in the bee hives; cactus tree fashions itself to glorify Allah, all in the web site :

In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful: “See you not (O Muhammad SAW) that Allah, He it is Whom glorify who so ever is in the heavens and the earth, and the birds with wings out – spread ( in their flight ). Of each one He (Allah) knows indeed his Salat (prayer) and his glorification, (or everyone knows his Salat (prayer) and his glorification), and Allah is All-Aware of what they do“ (Surat El- Noor–41).

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2:  Yahya, H., 1999. From a Caterpillar to a Butterfly. Taha Publishers Ltd., UK.

3:  Hinton, H.E., 1981. Biology of Insect Eggs. Pergamon Press, Oxford, pp: 1125.

4:  Kazi, M.A., 1999. Quranic Concepts and Scientific Theories. Islamic Academy of Sciences, Amman, Jordan, pp: 1-2.

5:  Peterson, A., 1964. Egg types among moths of the nuctuidae (Lepidoptera). Flor. Ent., 47: 71-91.
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6:  Salama, H.S., F. Shaarawy, N. Azmy, A. Sharaby and Shadia E. Abd-El-Aziz, 1987. Ultrastructure of Chemoreceptors in the larvae of the American Bollworm; Heliothis armigera. Insect Sci. Appl., 8: 145-150.

7:  Zacharuk, R.Y., 1980. Ultrastructure and function of insect Chemosensilla. Ann. Rev. Entomol., 25: 27-47.
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