The Holy Quran is a collection of scriptures and hadiths that were dictated by the prophet Muhammad (pbuh) in the 7th century AD.
The Quran is considered the official source of Islam, a religion with a divine source.
Quran contains over 5,000 verses, which are known as the hadiths.
The most famous hadith is the Quran’s Sura An-Nisa (The Noble Quran), which deals with the story of Abraham and his son-in-law Ishmael, which is believed to be the first book of the Quran.
The Qur’an is the first revelation of God, the creator of the universe and the source of all things.
The Quran contains an abundance of prophecies that were written in the time of Muhammad and is known as Hadith.
Some of the most famous Hadith have included the following:The Holy Quran contains verses that were revealed by Muhammad and other prophets and are known collectively as the Quran or the Qur’anic tradition.
These hadiths are the primary source of the Islamic faith.
There are more than 200 other books in the Holy Quran, which also include the Quran, hadiths, and other religious and philosophical documents.
The Qur’ans prophecies have been translated into more than 50 different languages, including Hebrew, Arabic, Sanskrit, Armenian, Turkish, Korean, Chinese, Japanese, and Greek.
Quran was also the source for many other religious beliefs and customs.
The Holy Qur’anas words are divided into different categories called “sharia” or “law.”
These have been established in the Quran and have been interpreted by Muslim scholars in various religious traditions.
In the Quran we have three types of verses.
Shari’a (the law) has a beginning, middle, and end.
The beginning of Shari’ta are the verses that are mentioned in the Quranic text.
The middle and end of Shar’a are referred to as Hadiths.
Sharifs are the final Hadiths of the Qur’, which are the words of Allah that were recorded in the Koran.
The word Shariah refers to the code of law, which the Qurayans say is a code of justice.
Islam is a religion based on Shari`ah.
In Islam, Shariah is the law that governs all aspects of life.
Islam is a religious system based on Shariah that is governed by a set of rules.
In addition to these laws, the Quran also contains the Ten Commandments.
The Ten Commandings are:The Ten Commandations are: “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all the soul and with the strength of your body.”
“Honor your father and your mother.”
“Fight against the disbelievers until there is no more compulsion in the land.”
“Speak truth in the sight of Allah.”
“Hear the call of Allah and keep quiet.”
“Don’t take the Jews and the Christians in your homes.”
“Love your neighbors as yourself.”
“If you are asked, ‘What do you hate?’
Say, ‘I hate to see a people who are unjust, who treat people unfairly.'””
Do not take the life of another.
Rather, kill the one who does it.””
Fight in the way of Allah, and Allah is ever with you.””
Hate none but Allah, O you who believe!””
Hear and obey Allah and His Messenger, and obey your parents.””
Say: ‘We are the Children of Allah.'””
Hail to the Prophet and his family, and praise Him above every name.””
Verily, there is none worthy of worship except Allah.””
Believe in Allah and the Last Day.””
Speak to the children of Israel and say, ‘O Allah!
We have come to worship you.'””
Say, ‘Peace be upon you.'”
The Quran also has other rules and regulations that govern the lives of Muslims.
The Islamic law includes a number of rules, including:•The principle of sharia law, in which a Muslim is expected to follow a set number of Sharia laws, rules and rituals.•The prohibition of killing or enslaving anyone, including animals.•In order to be a Muslim, one must observe three basic Islamic practices:•Islam prohibits idol worship, which means worshipping idols and worshiping the dead.•Islam allows Muslims to be divorced, but only after the death of the husband and the divorce is granted by a Muslim judge.•A Muslim can marry only a woman, but must not marry a slave.•Muslim men and women are not permitted to marry outside their own religion.•Muslims are not allowed to enter a Muslim’s house or workplace unless it is for worship or business purposes.•Women are required to cover their hair and have a headscarf.•Boys and girls must wear the full dress of the age of puberty.•Girls and boys are required, if they are too young, to wear head scarves.•Jehovah’s Witnesses