Who is Lilith in the Koran

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Matruda (the outcast) is the first wife of Adam and mother of satans according to Islamic popular belief. Since she did not bear children to Adam and became unruly towards him, Adam cast her out. As an act of revenge, she turned to Iblis, who was also cast out, to make him her new husband and to beget the Satans with him.[1] In the Koran, however, there is no mention of Matruda. Instead, it has been proven by field research in Syria. Matruda also shows parallels to Lilith. In Jewish mysticism, Lilith is considered the outcast wife of Adam, who became Samael's companion.[2]

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  1. ↑ cf. "Belief in demons in Islam" Author: Tobias Nünlist Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG (publisher) Page 58, 2015, ISBN 978-3-11-033154-7.
  2. ↑ Siegmund Hurwitz: Lilith. The First Eve: A Historical and Psychological Study of Dark Aspects of the Feminine Daimon, 2004 page 168 ISBN 3-85630-633-1









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