The article reviews the main differences between the three types of revelation: the Qur’an, the Qudsi hadith and the Prophetic hadith. Read..
The preponderance of epithets and criticisms of Jews found in the Qur’an and the early literature relate to friction between three Jewish tribes and the Muslim community in Medina during the time of the Prophet (peace be upon him) and the three wars initiated by the Meccans against Medina’s Muslim community.
Its beautiful word, unique structure, kind insinuation, and correctness of ordering left no place to doubt….
By Haya Muhammad Eid The descriptions of creation of the universe in the Quran are primarily messages from God, rather than factual or historical accounts. They stimulate the readers or listeners into contemplating the order and magnificence of the universe and thinking about the Creator Who is behind it all. For example, “Verily, in the…
This is the second part of the series. The author focuses here on the Jewish-Muslim history, Muslim Jurists and the Rules of Protected Minorities, and The Qur’an’s Portrayal of the Jews.
When the Arabs first heard the Quran, they were awe-struck by its eloquence and listened in amazement.
The article is one of the fatwas of Shaykh Al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah in which he sheds light on the status of divine revelation, the Qur’an and Sunnah. Read
What is meant by the miraculous nature of the Qur’an? How is the Qur’an different from other divine books?
How did Allah protect the Qur’an against distortion? Why are Muslims keen to recite and memorize the Qur’an?