I have an answer to that good question, MbL.
Oh, really? LOL
The Jews and the Christians place a lot of importance on the seed of Israel.
So you mean the Qur'an cared about what the Jews and Christians said about the seed of Israel? Interesting... Let's see if you are telling the truth..
The rot of this seed had already begun with Jacob and Esau. This seed was totally rotten by the time of Judah, who had raped Tamar or had engaged with her in immoral sex, his own daughter-in-law. The seed was cut off.
And where is this written in your fabricated Qur'an? Where is the biblical story of Jacob and Esau in the Qur'an? Where is the name Judah in the Qur'an? Where is the name Tamar in the Qur'an? LOL
I must also remind the people here that you have quite often referred to the biblical story of Jacob and Tamar in Genesis while trying to prove the supposed corruption of the Torah and bragging about the alleged superiority of the Qur'an to the Bible! Where is your consistency and/or honesty?
According to Jeremiah 52:8-10, all of Zedekiah's sons were killed at Riblah. Therefore, Zedekiah's genealogical line was completely terminated since he had no surviving heirs to the throne. According to Jeremiah 22:24-30, Jeconiah's descendants were cursed by God and declared ineligible to claim the throne of David. As a result of this curse, God Himself terminated his genealogical line.
Where is the name Zedekiah in the Qur'an? Where is the name Jeremiah in the Qur'an? Where is the name Jeconiah in the Qur'an? Where is God's declaration concerning Jeconiah's line in the Qur'an? LOL
So, Jesus could not come from the rotten seed of Israel, which had rotted extensively. God had seen over centuries that good was not coming out of the seed as it had shown itself to be hopeless. Therefore, Jesus was not supposed to have any connection with that rotten seed, which came through the free-woman Sarah's side.
Where is this teaching in the Qur'an? Where is the connection between the Messiah and the seed of Israel given in the Qur'an? Where is it taught in the Qur'an that the seed of Israel was rotten? Where is the name Sarah in the Qur'an? Where is the distinction between the line of the free-woman and that of the slave woman in the Qur'an? Where is the name Hagar in the Qur'an? LOL
The only verse I can see about the seed of Israel in the Qur'an is the following:
Those were some of the prophets on whom God did bestow His Grace, - of the posterity of Adam, and of those who We carried (in the Ark) with Noah, and of the posterity of
Abraham and Israel
of those whom We guided and chose. Whenever the Signs of (God) Most Gracious were rehearsed to them, they would fall down in prostrate adoration and in tears. (Surah 19:58 Yusuf Ali)
This verse confirms none of the things you stated about the seed of Israel above. You have lost!
Thus, God wanted to show the Israelites a miracle that God could create a man without the need of the rotten Israeli
seed. That miracle is the sign. Hope you will agree with my assessment.
Thanks very much for a very good question.
It is not important that we agree with your ASSessment when your own scripture rejects your theory.
Please quote a single Qur'an verse where the seed of Israel is said to be rotten and the miraculous birth of Jesus is linked to this teaching.
More, Surah 3:33 says the following:
God did choose Adam and Noah, the family of Abraham, and the family of 'Imran above all people. (Yusuf Ali)
According to Surah 3:35, Imran was Mary's father, and thus Jesus' grandfather. Since Imran was of the seed of Israel, so was Jesus through His mother! Your theory falls apart! Jesus' miraculous birth in the Qur'an has nothing to do with the supposed corruption of the seed of Israel.