The holy Quran, also known as the holy book of Islam, is the Holy Book of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and the foundation of the Islamic faith.
It was written down by the prophet in the sixth century, but it was not revealed to anyone until 1234, after the death of the prophet.
When the Koran was first recited by Muslims, they said it was written in Arabic.
In today’s world, it is commonly understood as the Holy Qur’an.
“The Holy Qur’, meaning the Holy Scripture, was written by the Prophet Mohammad (peace and blessings be upon his family) in his home in Medina in 632 AD,” a spokesman for the US-based Council on American-Islamic Relations said.
The prophet Mohammad was one of the six companions of the holy Prophet Muhammad, the second generation of the Caliphs, who founded Islam in 622 AD.
It is a compilation of many holy scriptures, known as Sunna, that Muhammad compiled after his death in 631 AD.
It has been translated into more than 30 different languages, including English, French, German, Spanish, Russian and Hebrew.
But the Prophet also dictated a number of books, including the Quran and the hadith, the sayings attributed to him.
Among them were a number that describe the relationship between God and humans, such as this one: “I am God, but you are the slaves of your own hearts.”
The holy Quran is written in the style of a Bible, with the title “Holy Qur’ans Words and the Law”.
It is divided into two books, called “Book of the Qur’aan” and “Book for the Muslims”.
“When the Quran was first revealed to the Prophet Mohammed, it was in Arabic and the holy Qur’án was written.
However, in the six centuries since the prophet’s death, the Holy Quran has been recited in the Holy Prophet’s own language, with Arabic script,” the spokesman said.”
In the new year of 2019, the word ‘Holy Quran’ will be replaced by the word, ‘Holy Bible’, which is more appropriate for the use of Muslims,” the spokesperson said.
“The name ‘Book of Holy Quraysh’ is being removed.”
When he was in Mecca, the prophet would sit with his wife, Khadijah, and ask them to repeat the holy Quran.
He would repeat the Holy Bible, but he would ask them, “Would you like me to repeat this Holy Quran?”
The Prophet would then say, “I have not finished my work yet”.
But, according to the latest research, this verse of the Holy Koran is being misquoted.
A recent study published in the Journal of Islamic Research, found that the holy text “is now often misquotched by other versions of the Quran, including by some versions that have been translated as the Bible.”
“These versions are not based on the original Arabic text, but rather, have been used by other authors to translate the holy words of Islam into different languages,” the report said.
The researchers found that a number different Arabic versions of Holy Quran were also used to create a new translation of the Koran.
For example, the Quran used the name “Quran” and the Arabic name “Hudayr”, and “Qur’an” was substituted for the Arabic word “Q” in a version of the book, according the report.
According to the study, some of the translations were made in the early 1900s.
Researchers said that the new translation could have been done to accommodate a wide range of beliefs, but that the current version is more likely to be used to make an accurate translation of Islamic scripture.
Some Muslims in the United States and Europe, who have adopted an Islam that focuses on a literal interpretation of the bible, say the Holy Quran is the most authentic scripture, while others say the Qurayshi interpretation is a better source of knowledge.
Professor John Gannon from the University of Notre Dame in the US said the new translations are “very helpful”.
He said the Qurans word “quran” is a plural, meaning two different things.
As Muslims, we believe in the Quran as the final word of God, which is a final revelation of God.
Gannon said it is a great step to have a clear understanding of the word “holy qur’ans” because this has been misquoting it for so long.
His comments were echoed by the scholar who created the new version of Islam’s holy text.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), said: “The Holy Quran was revealed in a very correct manner.
Its translation and translation is clear