Noble Quran: The Holy Book Of Islam is the source of inspiration for all the great Muslim thinkers, philosophers and artists of the past, the present and the future, the Quran is also the holy book of the Quranic tradition, said the imam of the Holy Mosque in Mecca, Ayman al-Zawahiri, in a video interview.
“When the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) preached the Quran in the Holy mosque, it was through this book that he said the verses of the Quran and revealed it to the believers, and it was this book which guided the Muslim community and guided us as Muslims and guided the followers of Islam to what we consider the ultimate goal of the religion,” Zawahri said.
“This is what the Quran teaches us, this is what is true, and this is the most authentic book.”
Noble Quran, the Holy Quranic text that Muhammad (pbuh) used to preach from the pulpit in Mecca in the seventh century, is considered the word of God and a source of divine guidance and inspiration for Muslim scholars, imams, theologians and theologians in the Islamic world.
In its original form, the Noble Quran was written by a man named Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab in the 7th century.
It was a commentary on the Quran that Muhammad had recited during the first two years of his life and was meant to guide him to understand the Quran more deeply and to make clear what it meant to be Muslim.
Imams from all the Muslim countries read and studied the Noble Quranic verses in the context of their respective traditions and believed that it was the true and final word of the Prophet (pbuk) and his followers.
This was known as the Islamic tradition and was considered the most accurate source of Islamic doctrine and guidance for Muslim communities.
“I would like to express to you that the Noble Verse of the Noble Prophet (peace, be upon them) says: ‘If you wish to understand this Book, then seek to learn and then study it’ and it is said: ‘You will find in it guidance for you and not from others'” said Zawhri.
“And when the Prophet Muhammed (peace and blessings be upon his prophet) was dying and saying, ‘O Allah, my Lord, I am dying and I want you to guide me through my life,’ he used to say, ‘My Lord, my life is like this, it is a gift from you,'” he added.
The Noble Quran is a commentary of the Arabic word for the Qur’an.
It is also known as kafir, a derogatory term for someone who is a non-believer.
It says that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah (pbah) and that the Quraysh are the descendants of Muhammad (pBUH) and their successors.
The word “Kafir” has been used by many different religions, and there are many versions of the Koran, including the Bible and the Holy Quran.
The term “Kafi” (meaning the one who deviates from the faith) has also been used in the Muslim world.
The Koran is considered one of the greatest religious texts of the world, and scholars around the world have interpreted the word “kafir,” as the source that leads Muslims to seek to understand more about the faith.
“The Holy Qur’anic text is the only authentic book, and when it is interpreted, it leads to understanding,” Zawsahri continued.
“When the Quran was revealed, it had a great impact on the life of the people.
It had a tremendous influence on the people’s lives.
We have to remember that we are all Muslims and the Quran has a profound impact on us.
So, when we read it, we understand it.”
Nobel Prize-winning Imams and scholars say the Koran is the word that Muhammad used to spread his message.
The Qur’ans teachings are considered to be a source for Islam and a direct reference to God.
“As a person, we should follow the path of faith, which is based on the words of the Bible, the Qurans words, the tradition of the prophets, the scriptures and the words and deeds of the Prophets, and we should also keep this book,” Zawed said.
“We should read it because this is our guide to follow the correct path and to know the correct way, and to obey Allah,” he added, saying that the Quran also has the power to inspire people.
“If we follow this guide, Allah will give us guidance and guidance will lead us to understanding the meaning of the life that we live in and the guidance will guide us to our own happiness.”