We are seeing the emergence of an Islamic version of the bible in the United States.
In a new app, users are encouraged to pray to the holy book, known as the Holy Quran.
The app, called Holy Quran, was launched on Monday by a group called the Council of American-Islamic Relations, a Muslim civil rights group.
The website says it is the first app of its kind.
“The app is designed to bring a sense of community and belonging to the Muslims,” said the website.
The holy book is considered a source of guidance by Muslims, and many Muslims have used it as a guide for their daily lives.
Its followers also follow the Quran in other ways.
Some Muslims, including Saudi Arabia’s King Salman, have also sought to convert Western culture to their version of Islam.
Muslims around the world are now praying to a variety of religious texts.
Some use the Quran as a source for personal revelation, while others seek to translate it into other languages.
The Holy Quran is one of the earliest known books of Islam, dating back to the ninth century.
It is believed to have been composed by Muhammad.
Its text has been in the possession of several different Muslim religious authorities.
A Quran for Muslims has been published in more than 30 languages since 2009.