Janab Qureshi Saheb,
No debates required. I have only two simple requests.
1. Tell me one single fault in the Qur'an.
2. Correct your concept of SATAN or IBLIS.
WHAT IS SATAN?
I most humbly seek shelter with God against the promptings of all evil sources including my own ego. [‘Shayitaan’ = Satan = The straying Ego = Selfish desires = Desire that rebels against the higher controls of sound judgment = Emotions that overpower Permanent Moral Values = Intrinsic or extrinsic evil prompting = Negative peer pressure = Violent emotions = Self-glorification = Anything distant from goodness and progress = False pride = A rumor monger = Fiery temperament = Slanderer = A hinderer of good = He who spreads corruption and disorder on earth = Anyone who impels others into violating Divine Commands = Bad companionship = One who deceives or charms people into violating Divine Laws = Any being or influence that alienates humans from the Creator = One who deprives himself of Divine grace. 2:14, 4:38, 4:60, 4:83, 4:119, 5:90-91, 6:43, 6:143, 7:200, 17:26-27, 22:3-4, 25:28-29, 31:21, 67:5. In Hebrew, Satan = Adversary = Hinderer = One who plots against another]
Satan is nothing but our selfish desire. The exalted Messenger is reported to have said, "Every person has a Satan/Iblis within." The noble companions asked, "Even you O Messenger of Allah!" He said, "Yes! I have made it Muslim". This obviously means that he had absolute control over his desires.
Again, where is Satan?
The exalted Prophet once said that everyone has a Satan/Iblees within. Sahaba Kiraam respectfully asked, “Even you O Rasullullah?” He said, “Yes, I have made him a Muslim.” [Muslim 2:153, Ibn Majah, 1:191]
So, the Satan is not an extrinsic entity, it is our own selfish, unchecked or rebellious desire. Please remember that Satan & Iblees are the two sides of the same coin. Satan, the fiery emotions instigate humans to sinister actions. Then the sorry emotions make us fall into despair and regret.