Bone first before flesh. QURAN MIRACLES

Bone first before flesh. QURAN MIRACLES

At last science proves BONES COME FIRST BEFORE FLESH exactly as Quran mentions

Embryology in the Qur’an:
Fetus acquires a skeleton first then flesh

Read the following scientific facts with references
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Proof 1

“Formation of bone does not begin uniformly throughout the body. Rather, there is a sequential appearance of bony tissue. However, in the 7th week the spreading development of the skeleton occurs. Bone development in the limbs commences in the limb buds from mesochymal cells. Primary ossification centers appear in the femur during week 7 and in the sternum (breast bone) and the maxilla (upper jaw) in weeks 8-9.”

G. C. Goeringer, A. A. Zindani, M. A. Ahmed, Embryology in the Qur’an: Bone and Muscle Development.


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Proof. 2

“Mesenchymal bones are made out of connective tissue which become cartilaginous, and then they become ossified and become (solid) bones. Mesenchymal bones form during the fifth week as condensations of mesenchyme appear in the limb buds (Figure 3 A to C). During the sixth week, the mesenchymal bone models in the limbs undergo chondrification to form hyaline cartilage bone models as wee see in Figure 3 D and E.

Figure 3 A, Photograph of an embryo at approximately 28 days showing the early appearance of the limb buds. B, Longitudinal section through an upper limb bud showing the apical ectodermal ridge, which has an inductive influence on the mesenchyme in the limb bud. This ridge promotes growth of the mesenchyme and appears to give it the ability to form specific cartilaginous elements. C, Similar sketch of an upper limb bud at approximately 33 days showing the mesenchymal primordia of the forearm bones. The digital rays are mesenchymal condensations that undergo chondrification and ossification to form the bones of the hand. D, Upper limb at 6 weeks showing the cartilage models of the bones. E,Later in the sixth week showing the completed cartilaginous models of the bones of the upper limb. (The Developing Human Clinically Oriented Embryology 9th edition, by Moore et al).

Diagram showing Early Forelimb Skeleton in the sixth week. (Wendell Smith, C. P., Peter L. Williams, and Sylvia Treadgold. Basic Human Embryology. 3rd ed. London: Pitman, 1984) (6)

“Soon after the cartilaginous models of the bones have been established, the myogenic cells, which have now become myoblasts, aggregate to form muscle masses on the ventral [front] and dorsal [back or posterior] aspects of the limbs.”

John Allan and Beverley Kramer, The Fundamentals of Human Embryology. 2nd Edition. Wits University Press. 2010, page 148.


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Proof. 3

Profs. Smith and Williams state that:

“Muscles are first indicated as premuscle masses of condensed mesenchyme in the base of the limb bud [Figure 4]. Myoblasts become spindle-shaped and arrange in parallel bundles in which they fuse end to end, forming long multinucleate myotubes. Myofibrils appear within the myotubes and, increasing in number and size, develop cross-straitions.The final number of fibres in a muscle is reached sometime before birth. Muscles then grow by the increase in length and thickness of individual fibres and by the addition of myoblasts at their ends. As differentiation proceeds proximodistally [from the shoulder to the tips of the digits] within the limb bud premuscle masses are formed dorsal and ventral to the developing bone. Flextor and adductor muscles develop in the ventral mass and extensor and abductor muscles in the dorsal mass.”

C.P. Wendell Smith and P.L. Williams, Basic Human Embryology, 3rd Edition, London, Pitman Publishing Ltd., 1984, p. 114.


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Proof. 4

“The primordia from which the bones and muscles develop are formed before the 7th week, differentiation of the skeleton occurs in the 7th week and differentiation of the muscles occurs next in the 8th week:

“Although precursor cells (myoblasts, or primitive muscle cells) are present adjacent to developing bone, differentiation into skeletal muscle attachments occur after the ossification process in the shaft and ends of the bones has begun.

A major developmental landmark during the eighth week is the lahm stage, which describes the myogenesis (muscle formation) period, and which marks the development of definitive muscles in the trunk and limbs and the beginning of movement. The muscles take their position around the bones (“clothing the bones”) and continue the process of straightening and smoothing (taswiyah) which began in the izam stage.”

G. C. Goeringer, A. A. Zindani, M. A. Ahmed, Embryology in the Qur’an: Bone and Muscle Development.


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Proof : 5
“[The] muscles and tendons becomeattached to the bony structures so that they can produce their actions across the joints.”

John Allan and Beverley Kramer, The Fundamentals of Human Embryology. 2nd Edition. Wits University Press. 2010, page 148.


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Proof. 6
“Human embryo at Stage 20 showing the skeletal musculature. About days 50-51 days (Ulrich Drews, Color Atlas of Embryology). (2) The lahm stage is characterized by “clothing the bones with muscles” (al-kisa’

The abstract of a paper published in Anatomical Science International on development of the Meckel’s cartilagemay be of interest to your readers. The Meckel’s cartilage is a cartilaginous bar in the fetus around which the mandible (jaw bone) develops. Part of Meckel’s cartilage develops into the malleus (an ear ossicle) in the adult. Note the sequence of the development of the Meckel’s cartilage:

“The Meckel’s cartilage itself and the mandible are derived from the first branchial arch, and their development depends upon the contribution of the cranial neural crest cells. The prenatal development of the Meckel’s cartilage, along with its relationship to the developing mandible and the related structures, were studied histologically in human embryos and fetuses. The material was obtained from a collection of the Department of Anatomy, and laboratory procedures were used to prepare sections, which were stained according to standard light-microscopy methods. The formation of the Meckel’s cartilage and its related structures was observed and documented. Some critical moments in the development of the Meckel’s cartilage are suggested. The sequential development of the Meckel’s cartilage started as early as stage 13 (32 days) with the appearance of condensation of mesenchymal cells within the mandibular prominence. During stage 17 (41 days), the primary ossification center of the mandible appeared on the inferior margin of the Meckel’s cartilage. The muscular attachments to the Meckel’s cartilage in embryos were observed at stage 18 (44 days).“

Wyganowska-Świątkowska M, Przystańska A. The Meckel’s cartilage in human embryonic and early fetal periods. Anat Sci Int. 2011 Jun;86(2):98-107. doi:10.1007/s12565-010-0093-3. Epub 2010 Aug 27. PubMed PMID: 20799009.


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Proof. 7
👉 Ref:
In the eminent book of Keith L Moore called The Developing human

Page 343 is the beginning of the bone stage
page 362 beginning of muscles’ stage

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👉Bones come first then flesh exactly as in Quran and Allah is always right but atheists know not

23:14) Then We made the sperm-drop into a clinging clot, and We made the clot into a lump [of flesh], and We made [from] the lump, bones, and We covered the bones with flesh; then We developed him into another creation. So blessed is Allah, the best of creators.

Because during the 6th week, the cartilaginous skeleton starts to spread in the body.

Yet, we do not see the human image features except at the beginning of the 7th week

where the shape of the embryo takes the look of the skeleton.

Transformation from the mudghaform to the beginning of the skeleton form occurs in a very short period of time at the end of the 6th week and the beginning of the 7th week. This stage is characterized with the appearance of the skeleton which gives the embryo the human image.

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