Dear Br. Arrif, a great attempt in tailoring means to arrive at preconceived, extra-quranic conclusions. When Quran is a clear/Mobeen book with us, why to confuse the matter using selective and out-of-context stories and half-truths from other books, which are obviously in dispute among their own followers? Some brief observations and questions for your pondering.
1. If Joseph, the carpenter, was indeed Mary’s husband prior to Mary conceiving Jesus, Mary’s people must have obviously known about her marriage. Why Mary’s people blamed her for an unchaste behavior?
2. In response to their blame on her or otherwise, did God mention or at least allude anywhere in the book about she being married and having a husband?
3. Why God omitted any reference to Jesus’ father in the book Quran, despite He did it with reference to many others for whom no controversy exist?
4. Even Jesus himself has skipped mentioning his father anywhere in the book, where he should have, and talks of her mother only. Why?
5. In many places Jesus is mentioned as “Jesus son of Mary”. No other prophet is mentioned in the book this way? Why?
6. Why did God only mention Jesus as example like Adam and no other prophet? What is so special about Jesus in this regard? I can go on, but these are enough to start the conversation.