BARRIER BETWEEN SWEET AND SALT WATERS

 

Consider the following Qur’aanic verses: “He has let free the two bodies Of flowing water, Meeting together: Between them is a Barrier Which they do not transgress.” [Al-Qur’aan 55:19-20]
In the Arabic text the word barzakh means a barrier or a partition.
This barrier is not a physical partition.
The Arabic word maraja literally means ‘they both meet and mix with each other’.
Early commentators of the Qur’aan were unable to explain the two opposite meanings for the two bodies of water, i.e. they meet and mix, and at the same time, there is a barrier between them. Modern Science has discovered that in the places where two different seas meet, there is a barrier between them. This barrier divides the two seas so that each sea has its own temperature, salinity and density.
Oceanologists are now in a better position to explain this verse.
There is a slanted unseen water barrier between the two seas through which water from one sea passes to the other. But when the water from one sea enters the other sea, it loses its distinctive characteristic and becomes homogenized with the other water.
In a way this barrier serves as a transitional homogenizing area for the two waters.
This scientific phenomenon mentioned in the Qur’aan was also confirmed by Dr.
William Hay who is a well-known marine scientist and Professor of Geological Sciences at the University of Colorado, U.S.A. The Qur’aan mentions this phenomenon also in the following verse: “And made a separating bar between the two bodies Of flowing water?” [Al-Qur’aan 27:61]
This phenomenon occurs in several places, including the divider between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean at Gibralter. But when the Qur’aan speaks about the divider between fresh and salt water, it mentions the   existence of “a forbidding partition” with the barrier.
“It is He Who has Let free the two bodies Of flowing water: One palatable and sweet, And the other salty and bitter; Yet has He Made a barrier between them, And a partition that is forbidden To be passed.” [Al-Qur’aan 25:53]
Modern science has discovered that in estuaries, where fresh (sweet) and saltwater meet, the situation is somewhat different from that found in places where two seas meet. It has been discovered that what distinguishes fresh water from salt water in estuaries is a “pycnocline zone with a marked density discontinuity separating the two layers.”
This partition (zone of separation) has salinity different from both the fresh water and the salt water.
This phenomenon occurs in several places, including Egypt, where the river Nile flows into the Mediterranean Sea. 

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 URDU/HINDI

Shree aor namkin panio k darmiyan dewaar.

Quran pak mein Irshad hota hai.. “”Usne do Darya Jari kardiye jo ek doosre mil jate hain in dono me ek aadh hai usse badh nahin sakte.. AlQuran 55:19/20
Arbi lafx “barxakh” ka Matlab hai aadh, dewar, Juda karne wali fasyl arbi lafx “maraj” ke mayne hain “woh dono mil jate hai aor ek doosre mein gad mad hojate hain”..
Ibtadann Jin mufasereen aor mutar-jameen ne Quran ka tarjuma kiya do alg Alg dharon k do mukhtalif mayne Bayan na Kar sake…
Yani ye ke ye pani ke do alg Alg darya apas me mil Kar ek doosre me gad-mad bhi hojate hain aor iske sath sath in do ke darmiyan aad ya dewar bhi khdi hai..
Jadeed science ne ye daryaft kiya hai ke jaha do mukhtalif Samundar apas me milte hain unke darmiyan ek dewar bhi haayl hoti hai..
Ye dewar in Samundaron ko Juda karti hai..
Take in do mein se Har ek k pani ka darja hararat apna apna rahe.
Inki namkiyati sataah ( khari pan) aor kasafat Juda Juda rahe.
Mahreen behriyaat aaj Quran pak ki is aayt ko behtar tour par samjhte hain…
Do Samundaron ke darmiyan na naxar aane wala ek parda haayl hota hai jis ke xarye ek Samundar ka pani doosre Samundar ke pani mein ja milta hai..
Lekin jab ek Samundar ka pani doosre Samundar ke pani mein dakhil hota hai to ye apni imtiyaxi khususyet kho baithta hai aor doosre Samundar ke pani jaysa hojata hai Yani is Samundar ke pani ki khususyaat ikhtiyar Karleta hai..
Ek tarha se ye dewar do Samundaron ke panio ke darmiyan aarxi tor par hum par hum jins ya hum sifat banae ka kam karti hai..
Ise Quran pak ne yun beyan kiya..
“aor do Samundaron ke darmiyan rok banadi ” AL Quran 27:61)
Ye maxhar qudrat kaie muqamat par waqy (واقع) hota hai..
Ye jabre-altar ke muqam pr behyrah (بحیرہ) rom aor behre aoqyanoos (اوقیانوس) ke panio ko munqasim karta hai – ek safed dhari Patti junubi Africa ke ilaqe jaxeera numa cape mein waxeh tour par naxar ati hai jaha behre aoqyanoos aor behre hind ka muqam itsal hai..
Tahum jab Quran mithe or khare pani k darmiyan had bandi ya rok ka xikr karta hai to ye ise ek “mamnuh taqseem” ya dewar qarar deta hai jise aboor karne ki ijaxat na ho Quran pak ki surah 25 aayt 53 mein Irshad huwa… Aor wahi hai jisne do Samundar apas mein mila rakhkhe hain- ye hai meetha aor maxedar aor ye hai khari kadwa aor in dono ke darmiyan ek hajaab aor maxboot aot kardi “AL Quran 25:53  

Jadeed science ne ye daryaft kiya hai ke Samundar ke woh dahane jaha taxa meetha aor namkin kadwa pani apas me milte hain to surat haal us muqam ki surat haal se kuch mukhtalif hoti hai jaha do namkin pani wale Samundar apas mein milte haon…
Ye bat daryaft hui hai ke Samundar ke choude dahano par joshe mithe taxa pani ko namkin pani se alag aor mummeyx karti hai ise “Pycnocline” xone kehte hain..
Yaha woh kasafat qabile xikr had tak khatm hojati hai jo do tahon ko Juda karti hai..
Ye had bandi (Juda karne wala xone) taxa meethe pani aor namkin pani dono se mukhtalif khari pan rakhti hai..
Ye maxhare quadrat boht se muqamat par waqah hota hai..
Ba-shmool misr jaha Darya Neel behrah rom mein ja girta hai..
Ye scienceie maxhar qudrat jiska xikr Quran pak mein Aaya hai Iski tasdeeq doctor wilyem hey ne bhi ki hai jo behryat ke namwar science Dan bhi hain aor America ki Colorado University mein arxi sciences ke shube me Bator professor bhi khidmat sar anjam de rahi hain….

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