The last revelation of Allah given to Humanity, through his last Prophet and Messenger, Muhammad - peace be upon him.
The infallible holy book of the Muslims. It contains the word of God in its original form and without any modifications. Refuting one single verse if the Holy Quran is equivalent to denouncing one's faith.
Alternative transliteration for Koran.
The revealed Scripture of Islam; transmitted word-for-word from God to the Prophet Muhammad via the angel Gabriel
the "recitation" revealed to Muhammad by God
The holy book of Islam, considered the word of God existing from eternity to eternity. Literal meaning: “Recitation.
the sacred writings of Islam revealed by God to the prophet Muhammad during his life at Mecca and Medina
The last book revealed by God as a guidance and mercy to all mankind. The Quran confirms the previous authentic revelations of God, guides mankind to the worship of God, instructs humanity about His true nature and His will for humankind, and explains the reality and purpose of our life on earth. It was revealed to the prophet Muhammad through Angel Gabriel over a period of twenty-three years.
The religious book of the Muslims that was revealed to Muhammed.
Holy Scripture of Muslims revealed by God Almighty to Messenger Muhammad (PBUH).Its literal meaning is collection, recitation. The Holy Quran is the last of the Divine books.
(Arb. Qur'an, the reading). The sacred book of th Mohammedans; the Bible of Islam written in chaste Arabic as revealed to the prophet by Gabriel.
the holy book of Islam. Muslims believe that the Quran is the literal word of God in Arabic and the culmination of God's revelation to mankind, revealed to Muhammad, the final prophet of humanity, over a period of twenty-three years through the angel Jibril.
Islamic scriptures believed by Muslims to be God's (Allah's) revelation to the Prophet Muhammad. Derived from the Arabic verb qaraa (to recite or to read). Commonly written as Koran.
The Koran, Islam's holy book.
koo rän, -ran] Recitations of revelations received by Muhammad; holy book of Islam. (p. 277)
The holy scripture of Islam, believed to have been revealed to the prophet Muhammad through the angel Gabriel over a period of 23 years. It contains many of the same teachings, admonitions, and stories of earlier prophets found in Jewish and Christian scriptures.