Orientalism and Orientalists were the third instruments of the Crusader tools, through which they sought to strike Islam as a religion, belief, method, and book. Therefore, Orientalists persisted in raising suspicions and casting doubts about the Holy Qur'an, and among those suspicions, they challenged the verses that were revealed in the Meccan and Civil Covenants. Through their studies and writings on the verses, they wanted to show the Meccans and the Medinans that the Noble Qur'an contains two opposing styles, the first is not related to the second and it is a mixture of fundamentally different stamps, and that the rhetoric of revelation has become weak and pale. Exalted, not miraculous, and showing it as a book that is disjointed in parts and not connected to episodes, subject to circumstances, and influenced by environments. Some researchers have addressed these and other suspicions that tried to undermine the miraculous book of God, including Dr. Zaid Omar Al-Ais in his book ``The Science of Mecca and Medina in the Eyes of Orientalists,'' Dr. Ghazi Inaya in his book ``Suspicions about the Holy Qur'an,'' and Dr. Muhammad Hassan Amin in his book ``Orientalists and the Holy Qur'an.'' We liked to make our own argument, as we chose the suspicions raised by orientalists about the Meccan and Medinan verses, and how to refute those suspicions, reject those accusations, and show the falseness of those allegations, and that they were only aroused by hatred and envy from the souls of those who hate the religion of Islam and its great book.
Keywords: verses, testaments, thought, Orientalism.