Well heres some more info on the challenge, and all i can say is subahallah.
__The Challenge, Sura like it:__
Please produce a sura like it, that has the

__following criteria__. You can write it in either Arabic, English or any other language of your choice. Arabic will meet all the criteria as it is the language of the Quran, however using any other language to try to achieve all the rest of the criteria will be acceptable. This means the challenge is open to all the human beings in all the languages:

**(1) **Choose any sura in the Quran to produce one like it.You can choose a short sura or a long sura. The shortest suras have Basmallah (verse one of sura one) and three verses.

**(2) **Any Sura, should start with a verse that has all the qualities of Basmallah (Verse1, Sura 1), as God insisted on posting the Basmallah on top of all the suras (except the long Sura 9 that has its own

mathematical structure.) This verse is considered part of these suras and considered as verse 0 of each of these suras as far as the numbering of the verses is considered. See our file,

**The order of the Suras of the Quran, Another miracle.**
Here are the criteria for the requirements to be met in the verse that would replace the Basmallah:

(to see how these criteria exist in the Basmallah, check the file

**BEYOND PROBABILITY: (unzipped file), or BEYOND PROBABILITY:** **(zipped file)**.
FACT 1. The verse should consists of 19 letters.

FACT 2. The sequence number of each word in the verse followed by the number of letters in it forms a number which is a multiple of 19.

FACT 3. Replace the number of letters in each word in Fact 2 by the total gematrical value of that word. Thus, the sequence number of each word is followed by its total gematrical value, to form a number which is a multiple of 19:

FACT 4. If you replace the total gematrical value of each word in Fact 3 by the gematrical value of every letter in that word you should get a number which is a multiple of 19.

FACT 5. If you insert the sequence number of each letter in the word before its gematrical value in Fact 4 you should get a number which is a multiple of 19.

FACT 6. If you replace the total gematrical value of each word in Fact 3 by the sum of the gematrical values of the first and the last letter in that word you should get a number which is a multiple of 19:

FACT 7. Consider the numbers used in Fact 2 and Fact 3. In Fact 2, the sequence number of each word is followed by the number of letters in the word. In Fact 3, we replace the number letters by the gematrical values of the words Now, for this case, the sequence number of each word will be followed by the sum of the number of letters and the gematrical value of the word. This should form a number which is a multiple of 19. See the example of Sura 1, verse 1.

FACT 8. Consider Fact 2, where the sequence number of each word in the Basmalah is followed by the number of letters in the word. In this case, the sequence number of each word will be followed by the total number of letters up to and including that word (cumulative total). The result should be a number which is a multiple of 19. See the example of Sura 1, verse 1.

FACT 9. This fact is very similar to Fact 8. In this fact, instead of using the cumulative total number of letters for each word, use the cumulative total of the gematrical values of the letters corresponding to the word. For example, the gematrical value of the letters in the Basmalah's four words (i.e. verse1, sura 1) are 102, 66, 329 and 289, respectively. Then the cumulative total of the gematrical values of the letters will be 102 for the first word. It will be 168 (102+66) for the second word, 497 (102+66+329) for the third word, and finally 786 (102+66+329+289) for the last word.

Write down the sequence numbers of the words followed by the cumulative total of the gematrical values of the letters corresponding to the word. The resultant number should be a multiple of 19.

FACT 10. The gematrical value of each letter of the verse, followed by its sequence number (1 through 19) should form a number that is a multiple of 19. See the example of Sura 1, verse 1.

FACT 11. Insert the sequence number of each word (1, 2, 3, and 4) at the end of each group of numbers in Fact 10 while keeping all the numbers the same. The result should be a number that is a multiple of 19. See the example of Sura 1, verse 1.

FACT 12. Consider the numbers in Fact 11, and replace the sequence numbers of the words (1, 2, 3, and 4) with their gematrical values , while keeping all the other numbers the same. The result should bea number, that is a multiple of 19. See the example of Sura 1, verse 1.

FACT 13. This time change the position of the gematrical values of the words in Fact 12, and put them preceding the words, instead of following them. The resultant number, should also be a multiple of 19:

FACT 14. For your verse-like it, write down the following: a) Number of letters in the word, b) The total gematrical value of the word, c) The gematrical value of each letter in the word. The entire number should be a multiple of 19.

FACT 15. In Fact 14, the total gematrical values of the words are placed second in sequence. Now, place them as the last item in each underlined word. The resultant number, should remain a multiple of 19

FACT 16. If you represent each one of the words of your verse-like it,by the sequence number of the letters in it. If we add these numbers representing the words of your verse-like-it, the result should be a number which is a multiple of 19. See the example of Sura 1, verse 1.

FACT 17. Consider the numbers that represented each word of your verse-like-it in Fact 16. Instead of adding these numbers, write each one down, followed by the sequence number of the word. The result should be a number, that is a multiple of 19. See the example of Sura 1, verse 1.

FACT 18. This fact is based on three numbers only. If you put the number of the words next to the number of the letters next to the total gematrical value of the whole verse-like-it, it should be a multiple of 19.

FACT 19. If you write the number of verses in the challenge, (i.e.1), then the total number of the letters in your verse-like-it (i.e. 19) followed by the number of letters in each word , the result should be multiple of multiples of 19. See the example of Sura 1, verse 1.

**(3)**After the Basmallah, complete your chosen sura-like it, and tell us which sura does it imitate

. Remember that all the words used in the sura should not disturb any mathematically composed phenomenon in the rest of the suras, e.g. the total number of the word God, messenger, throne, one, merciful, gracious, name, days, months, say, prayer, charity, pilgrimage, fasting, Jesus, Muhammed, Mary, Moses, Adam, covenant, prophet....etc and should also keep the mathematical balance of certain quranic expressions. The gematrical values of the Arabic Alphabets are known and can be

found on our web site. The gematrical value of the English Alphabets or any other language can be assumed as A=1, B=2, C= 3...etc., if you choose to write it in English or any other language. Let us know these values when you are done.

**(4)** The produced sura should make complete and perfect laws or advise for moral standard and should be grammatically and linguistically sound.