Haman is a name found in the Bible in the Book of Esther. Haman is portrayed as assistant to the king of Persia, several ages after Moses. The same name Haman is also found in the Quran however contemporary to Moses in Egypt. Skeptics claim that whoever wrote the Quran made a copying mistake and placed Haman in the wrong place and the wrong time. Today Egyptologists found ancient hieroglyphs containing the name Haman and his title.
And Pharaoh said to his people: "I have not known a god for you other than myself; so Haman, light me a fire to bake clay so that I could build a rise high enough, maybe I see Moses' god whom I think is a liar."
٣٨ وَقَالَ فِرْعَوْنُ يَا أَيُّهَا الْمَلَأُ مَا عَلِمْتُ لَكُمْ مِنْ إِلَٰهٍ غَيْرِي فَأَوْقِدْ لِي يَا هَامَانُ عَلَى الطِّينِ فَاجْعَلْ لِي صَرْحًا لَعَلِّي أَطَّلِعُ إِلَىٰ إِلَٰهِ مُوسَىٰ وَإِنِّي لَأَظُنُّهُ مِنَ الْكَاذِبِينَ
According to the Quran Haman was in Egypt and his job was related to construction. Today Egyptologists found ancient hieroglyphs containing the name "Haman" and his title "Chief of the stone-quarry workers".
In German: Die aegyptischen Denkmaeler in Miramar, Leo Rienisch, S. Rienisch
Egyptologists translated from hieroglyphs two prayers asking the gods to bless the "overseer of the stone masons of Amun Haman". (Amun is one of their gods who has stone statues in all of Egypt.) This proves that Haman was in Egypt and that he worked in construction. No mistakes in the Quran.
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