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Definition of the Holy Qur’an


Definition of the Holy Qur’an

        ·            “The Holy Qur’an represents words of Allah and it’s Verses were sent down upon His Prophet as an inspiration and it was truly believed by the believers and they acknowledged the words of Allah as the truth. It is not as any other words which have been heard. Those who claim that they are the words of humans are considered infidels.

        ·            Its importance was measured by Allah’s words: (It is an unassailable Scripture. Falsehood cannot come at it, from before it, or behind it. (It is) a Revelation from the Wise, the Owner of Praise, (Fussilat: 41-42). It was also described through Allah Almighty’s words: (This is) a Scripture the revelations whereof are perfected and then expounded. (It cometh) from One Wise, Aware, (Hud: 1).

        ·            Truly, the Verses of the Holy Qur’an are extremely precise and accurate and clear and uncovering, written by the Judicious and detailed by an expert. This book will always remain a miracle rhetorically, legislatively, scientifically, historically and in other ways, until Allah inherits the earth and who live on it. It has not been distorted in any way, verifying what Allah says: (Lo! We, even We, reveal the Reminder and lo! We verily are its Guardian, (Al- Hijr: 9).


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