SIGN THE PETITION
Jews and Noahides are working very hard to convince Muslims that their religion is in compliance with the Noahide Laws (here & here), and in this article one Jew tries to convince Muslims that the Noahide Laws are found in their Quran. This is a similar deception to what Jews and Noahides do to Christians by telling them that the Noahide Laws are found in the book of Acts (here) and were promoted by the apostle Paul (here). However, just as they are deceiving the Christians who are really considered idolaters (here) they are deceiving the Muslims who are also viewed as idolaters quietly (here). But the big story is that any reference to the Noahide Laws in the Bible or Quran is totally incomplete because Rabbis have many many sub-laws and explanations that only come along with the Talmud and other rabbinic commentary... the Bible or the Quran could never stand alone as a truly Noahide text, it is all smoke and mirrors. Also beware of the "shituf" deception, the claim by Jews and Noahides that Noahide Law allows non-Jews to practice some forms of believing in "plural powers" (trinity/pagan polytheism), it is not true and another deception (here).
Additionally, al-Fayyumi finds it critically important to reiterate the Torah's warning that if a prophet comes to change the laws of the Torah, he is not to be seen as a prophet for the Jewish people. Seeing that many of the laws and ideas in Islam are contrary to those of Judaism, and that the language of the Quran is different to that of the Torah, al-Fayyumi holds that a Jew must remain a Jew. However, the fact that the Seven Laws of Noah (a moral code passed down to Noah from God for non-Jews) are stated in the Quran, may suggest that Islam is a Noahide religion for non-Jews.
How should non-Jewish prophets be viewed?
Sina Cohen asks whether the founders of other faiths can be considered divinely inspired