The Holy Quran is a book of divine law.
This is its basis.
The Quranic text is the word of God, and the interpretation of it is based on God’s word.
The Quran is the first and most sacred document of the Muslims.
This sacred book is not the product of some supernatural revelation.
The first verse in the Quran is not in a special script or hidden in some hidden cave.
The text of the Quran was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad, who was a man of science, by the hand of the angel Gabriel.
The Holy Book is a divine document.
Its origin is the divine revelation of God.
The Prophet Muhammad was the first to understand the divine nature of the Quranic revelation.
This revelation was given to him by the angels and through the Prophet’s personal messenger, Muhammad, the messenger of God and the messenger to the Muslims, who are the true believers in God.
The Holy Quran was sent to Muhammad through the hand and the angel’s hand, and then the Prophet translated the Holy Book into Arabic, which was translated into Hebrew, Syriac, Arabic and Coptic, and finally into Coptic.
The same process was followed by the Prophet and the followers of Islam, and today the Holy Quranic Text is the Holy Bible.
In addition to being the first revelation of the universe to the human race, the Holy Holy Quran also has the divine authority to instruct the Muslim people on the true meaning of the Koran, and to set the tone of the Muslim faith and life.
The Quranic Message to the WorldThe Quran is an epic, life-changing book.
The message of God to humanity is contained in the Holy Koran.
This Book contains the revelation of divine justice and the revelation that God is One.
The Koran is a revelation that explains the universe and the relationship of man to God.
It is a profound revelation that unites man with God and is the basis of Muslim faith.
It explains the fundamental truth of the eternal nature of God Almighty.
It also contains the teaching of Islam that Islam is the only true religion.
The following is a summary of the basic message of the Islamic faith and its significance for mankind.
The first part of the book of the revelation was revealed by the angel to Muhammad in the form of the Prophet (peace be upon him), the messenger from God.
Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon his family and companions) began his quest for knowledge, wisdom and truth in the book known as the Quran.
He began by learning the Qur’an.
He wrote down the text of that Book, which he then copied and published, in the early centuries of the 20th century.
He called his new book, the Quran, from its Arabic root, which means “the book of God”.
It is an Arabic word, meaning “the truth”.
The Prophet (pbuh) then asked the angels to tell him how to write the text in the Arabic language, so he could make a copy of it, but they refused.
Muhammad, after searching for a while, found a copy made by a Jew called Abul Qays, who made it for him.
The book contained all the words that Muhammad (pbuk) wanted to recite in the language of the Arabs.
It was his only way of learning the Quran and to understand it, and it was the foundation of his knowledge of God’s creation and the history of the world.
After his initial translation, the prophet began to study the Quran with great devotion and faith.
He would spend three years reading it and learning its teachings.
The final revelation, which is what the Quraysh people refer to as the Holy Surah, was revealed in the year 811 A.D. Muhammad then wrote it down, and after a year, he started to repeat the original translation.
He then began to translate the Holy Scriptures, beginning with the Gospel of Thomas, the first book of Hebrew scripture, which contains the story of Jesus and Mary, the mother of God (Matthew).
He continued his study of all the books of the Bible and the Old Testament, including the Old and New Testaments, beginning from Genesis and continuing with Numbers and Jeremiah.
After reading Genesis, Muhammad (p) began to understand God’s divine plan.
The prophet was a seeker of knowledge, and his interest in knowledge extended beyond what he had studied at school.
The word “knowledge” means “knowing what to know”.
He was a lover of science and philosophy.
He was not a follower of any one religion, but he believed in the One God and His Message.
The revelation of Islam was the result of Muhammad (s) study of science.
In the words of the prophet, the Prophet came to know the “truth”.
This Truth was the reality of God as revealed to him.
When the Prophet realized that God was the same reality in all of His creatures, Muhammad and his companions, who were Muslims, began to believe in God, in His Messengers, and in the divine laws of the Universe.