I beg to disagree again. To me, it is quite clear that the interpretation has no authority from God Almighty!<quoted text>
It's a matter of interpretation on our part. We believe that since the 7 pre-date Abraham, their tenets apply to all survivors of the flood and their descendants.
The hundreds of additional requirements for Israelites/Jews come from the pronuncements in the desert during the Exodus.
My understanding was that Muslims considered themselves descendants of Ishmael whose descendants did not make the trek to Egypt and therefore were not in the desert.
The Jews came from Judah and others came from others, who all came from Noah. Abraham also was neither a Hebrew not a Jew.
At the time of Exodus, it wasn't that only Hebrews were brought out by Moses. All the folks were
generations of each patriarch, not just the generations of Jacob and Joseph. So, there were many others. Even Esau's generations must have been there. Egypt was the 'West' of the time, when people went to look for a greener pasture.
You can see that fact from the way people behaved at Sinai. The Hebrews were not pagans. And there were others, who went for the Golden Calf and rebelled. So, it was a huge multitude comprising of other beliefs.
The laws started from seven, which remain prime and other laws were given as the need arose.
We have laws similar to yours, although we have not counted them.
You cannot deny any law of the seven laws given to Noah. Right? Christians do not have any law.
According to them, Jesus, the lawless, has rendered the laws null and void. They can do anything. So why would they follow seven? lol!