Qur'an


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Qur·'an

or Qur·an  (kə-răn′, -rän′, kô-, kō-)
n.
Variants of Koran.

Qur'an

(kʊˈrɑːn; -ˈræn)
n
(Koran) a variant of Koran
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Prince Mohammed and the Archbishop viewed fragments of a Qur'an manuscript found in a Birmingham University library.
Al-Bukhari and Muslim] There are many verses in the Qur'an that describe Paradise and some of what it contains; the following are a collection of some of them: * It is a wide space: {"And hasten to forgiveness from your Lord and a garden [i.
Tribune News Network Doha THE Qur'anic Botanic Garden (QBG), a member of Qatar Foundation (QF), and the Education City Mosque have announced the second edition of the AlUtrujah Holy Qur'an contest.
A quick disclaimer here: The list of all that is affected in the brain by the Qur'an and how that can influence other functions is quite exhaustive.
The Qur'an calls its way 'the paths of peace' (5:16).
A major interactive digital exhibition telling the fascinating story of the Birmingham Qur'an
MANAMA, Oct 18 (KUNA) -- Established in 1990 in Bahrain, Beit Al Qur'an (House of Qur'an) is considered an honorable Islamic cultural destination shining with knowledge and modern atmospheres.
The Qur'an Seminar Commentary: A Collaborative Study of 50 Qur'anic Passages
The present book is a welcome addition to the growing number of publications on Qur'an interpretation (tafsir) in other areas besides the Arab world.
According to Hidayatullah, these modern scholars had a great impact on the feminist exegetes, because of their arguments that the Qur'an should be accessible to everyone, and that there can never be a one definitive interpretation for it.
At the heart of this debate Muslim women are seeking to reclaim their right to speak in order to re-appropriate their own destinies, calling for the equality and liberation that is at the heart of the Qur'an.
Its two main ideas are that more exegesis is needed for what the author calls the axes (mahawir) and objectives (maqasid) of the Qur'an and, second, that such exegesis must show the relevance and applicability of the Qur'an to contemporary issues.