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It takes a nation to protect the nation

The key here is to look at the far right column.  That is the name of the verse.  Column 3 is the number the verse has in the normal (encrypted) koran.  Column 2 is the number in which the verse was supposedly "revealed" to Mohammed.

As you can see, Surah 9 comes towards the end of Mohammed's life.

Surah 5, which authorises the killing of those "spreading mischief", and tells muslims never to be friends with kafirs, also comes near the end.  Thus they would abrogate any earlier verses to the contrary.

This should make it easier for people to chart the progression of islam from (apparent) tolerance to all-out totalitarian subjugation.  "No compulsion in religion" (surah 2) was given as soon as he arrived in Medina.  No doubt the Medinans had heard about the problems he'd caused in Mecca, so he was soothing them with sweet words.

Place Reverse Normal Arabic
Surah Historical Koranic Name of
Created Order Order Surah
Medina 114 110 Nasr (Al-)
Medina 113 9 Taubah (Al-)
Medina 112 5 Maidah (Al-)
Medina 111 48 Fath (Al-)
Medina 110 62 Jumah (Al-)
Medina 109 61 Saff (Al-)
Medina 108 64 Taghabun (Al-)
Medina 107 66 Tahrim (Al-)
Medina 106 49 Hujurat (Al-)
Medina 105 58 Mujadila (Al-)
Medina 104 63 Munafiqun (Al-)
Medina 103 22 Hajj (Al-)
Medina 102 24 Nur (Al-)
Medina 101 59 Hashr (Al-)
Medina 100 98 Beyinnah (Al-)
Medina 99 65 Talaq (Al-)
Medina 98 76 Ensan (Al-)
Medina 97 55 Rahman (Al-)
Medina 96 13 Ra'd (Al-)
Medina 95 47 Muhammad
Medina 94 57 Hadid (Al-)
Medina 93 99 Zilzaleh (Al-)
Medina 92 4 Nisa (Al-)
Medina 91 60 Mumtahana (Al-)
Medina 90 33 Ahzab (Al-)
Medina 89 3 Imran (Al-)
Medina 88 8 Anfal (Al-)
Medina 87 2 Baqarah (Al-)
Mecca 86 83 Motafefin (Al-)
Mecca 85 29 Ankabut (Al-)
Mecca 84 30 Rum (Al-)
Mecca 83 84 Inshiqaq (Al-)
Mecca 82 82 Infitar (Al-)
Mecca 81 79 Naziat (Al-)
Mecca 80 78 Naba (Al-)
Mecca 79 70 Maarij (Al-)
Mecca 78 69 Haqqah (Al-)
Mecca 77 67 Mulk (Al-)
Mecca 76 52 Tur (Al-)
Mecca 75 32 Sajdah (Al-)
Mecca 74 23 Muminun (Al-)
Mecca 73 21 Anbiya (Al-)
Mecca 72 14 Ibhrahim
Mecca 71 71 Noah
Mecca 70 16 Nahl (Al-)
Mecca 69 18 Kahf (Al-)
Mecca 68 88 Ghashiya (Al-)
Mecca 67 51 Dhariyat (Al-)
Mecca 66 46 Ahqaf (Al-)
Mecca 65 45 Jathiyah (Al-)
Mecca 64 44 Dukhan (Al-)
Mecca 63 43 Zukhruf (Al-)
Mecca 62 42 Shura (Al-)
Mecca 61 41 Fazilat
Mecca 60 40 Ghafer
Mecca 59 39 Zamar (Al-)
Mecca 58 34 Saba
Mecca 57 31 Luqman
Mecca 56 37 Saffat (Al-)
Mecca 55 6 Ana'm (Al-)
Mecca 54 15 Hijr (Al-)
Mecca 53 12 Yousuf
Mecca 52 11 Hud
Mecca 51 19 Yunus
Mecca 50 17 Israa (Al-)
Mecca 49 28 Qasas (Al-)
Mecca 48 27 Naml (Al-)
Mecca 47 26 Shuara (Al-)
Mecca 46 56 Waqiah (Al-)
Mecca 45 20 Ta Ha
Mecca 44 19 Maryam
Mecca 43 35 Fatir
Mecca 42 25 Farqan (Al-)
Mecca 41 36 Ya'sin
Mecca 40 72 J'nn (Al-)
Mecca 39 7 A'Raf (Al-)
Mecca 38 38 Sad
Mecca 37 54 Qamr (Al-)
Mecca 36 86 Tariq (Al-)
Mecca 35 90 Balad (Al-)
Mecca 34 50 Q'af
Mecca 33 77 Mursalat (Al-)
Mecca 32 104 Humazah (Al-)
Mecca 31 75 Qiyamah (Al-)
Mecca 30 101 Qariah (Al-)
Mecca 29 106 Qureysh
Mecca 28 95 T'in (Al-)
Mecca 27 85 Bhruj (Al-)
Mecca 26 91 Shams (Al-)
Mecca 25 97 Qadr (Al-)
Mecca 24 80 Abasa
Mecca 23 53 Najm (Al-)
Mecca 22 112 Ikhlas (Al-)
Mecca 21 114 Nas (Al-)
Mecca 20 113 Falaq (Al-)
Mecca 19 105 Fil (Al-)
Mecca 18 109 Kafirun (Al-)
Mecca 17 107 Ma'un (Al-)
Mecca 16 102 Takathur (Al-)
Mecca 15 108 Kauthar (Al-)
Mecca 14 100 Aadiyat (Al-)
Mecca 13 103 Asr (Al-)
Mecca 12 94 Sharh (Al-)
Mecca 11 93 Dhuha (Al-)
Mecca 10 89 Fajr (Al-)
Mecca 9 92 Leyl (Al-)
Mecca 8 87 A'la (Al-)
Mecca 7 81 Takwir (Al-)
Mecca 6 111 Masad (Al-)
Mecca 5 1 Fatehah
Mecca 4 74 Mudathir (Al-)
Mecca 3 73 Muzammil (Al-)
Mecca 2 68 Qalam (Al-)
Mecca 1 96 Alaq (Al-)

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Joe, I have been meaning to do this forever!  Readers might like to read more about the concept of Abrogation here:

http://4freedoms.com/group/tiles/forum/topics/02-abrogation

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