In the New Testament, Jesus said, “And if the hairs of thy head be gathered to take away the hairs from thee, thou shalt surely die.”
If you want to see a balding, balding-headed person in the New Bible, look no further than the book of Isaiah, which begins in chapters 3:13 and 3:21.
The first chapter begins with a reference to a “barber shop” and ends with a story about a “fierce king.”
Isaiah’s story of the fierce king, who will kill a man who is bald, is actually a common story in the Old Testament.
There are other stories about balding kings in the Torah, the Pentateuch, and other books of the Old and New Testaments.
What you will find in the Koran is a description of the “barbers of the people” and the “cursors” (judges) who will try to kill those who have been “brought down.”
The book of Job tells us, “The barbers have become the barbers of this people, but they will not do their work unless they be cut off from their fellows.”
The story of King Solomon in the book King Solomon’s Mines has a description in chapters 12 and 13 of a man with “barriers of hair.”
A barber in chapter 12 says to the king, “Thou shalt not cut off the barbs of the hair of thy people, nor shall they cut off their hair except the barbies of the men who shave them.”
In the Quran, the prophet Muhammad describes the harshness of the punishments that will befall a man whose hair has been shaved off, and his story is very similar to the story of Job.
In chapter 18 of the Quran (4:32-39), Muhammad describes how a man named al-Hazem (a bald man) is sentenced to death by burning.
He is accused of being “one of the thieves and murderers of the Jews.”
Muhammad describes that “the judge of the fire” will say to the condemned man, “O you who believe, why have you shaved your hair, O you who are not of the same religion as the Jews?
They will not punish you.
But you will surely die for this.
O you of the believers, why hast thou shaved your locks?
If you were of the disbelievers, they would have punished you.
You are one of them.
So if you have shaved your head, you shall surely die, and if you are a believer, you will certainly die.”
In chapters 4 and 6 of the Koran (4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 12), Muhammad says that the people will “cut off the hairs” of the unbelievers if they “have a beard or mustache or any part of their body which is not shaved, and they will be brought down to hell.”
The Koran has a story in chapter 3, which says that “Allah will put a sword in their hands, and a scarlet rope tied to their necks, and their necks will be cut.
They will be cast into the fire.”
In chapter 11, Muhammad says, “They will say, ‘We are the Christians.’
They will say: ‘We shall fight them, but we will not win them.
Our Lord has given us power to prevail in the matter.’
Then Allah will say ‘O ye who believe!
When ye see the people coming to your door, let them pass by you.
Let them come and worship at your house.’
Then those who disbelieve will say unto the angels, ‘Allah has granted us power.’
Then the angels will say [to them], ‘O Allah!
Make us victorious over you.
We will surely bring you down to Hell.’
So Allah will bring them down to the Fire.”
There are many other examples of balding in the Quran.
In the book The Quran, there are several references to the “pigs,” “mice,” and “fowls.”
In The Quran’s chapter of the pig (4) there are three verses that talk about the slaughter of the pigs.
In another verse, Muhammad tells the prophet, “Say: O my servant, slaughtering a pig is more pleasing to Allah than slaughtering the swine.”
In another chapter, Muhammad speaks of the slaughtering of pigs in the form of a camel.
There is also another verse in the chapter of a pig (6).
Muhammad tells a story of a slave who was “captured” by the Muslims.
Muhammad told the story to the prophet.
The prophet then “told him: ‘Tell your people that if a Muslim has a slave he should not kill him.
But if a Christian has a Christian slave he shall be killed.’
Muhammad told him, ‘If a Muslim kills a Christian, it is as if a Jewish has a Jew.’
So he said to his people