A holy Quran is a Quranic document.
In Arabic, it is called the Qur’an.
Here are the meanings of the word holy: To be holy is to have faith in Allah and in the Quranic message.
This means that a person who has a strong faith in the Holy Quran and in Allah’s message is said to be “holy.”
This is the same concept used in many other Islamic faiths, including Christianity and Judaism.
There are many different types of holy Quran, but the following is a basic one: Q: Is there a “holy” day in the month of Ramadan?
A: There is a holy day in Ramadan, or the “fast day.”
In Islamic terms, this means that the first day of Ramadan is called Adhan, or fasting.
That day is followed by another fast day.
In the month that follows Adhan is Eid al-Fitr, the month devoted to celebrating the birth of the Prophet Muhammad, who was born on the ninth day of the month, the Day of Atonement.
The next day, the third day, is called Eid al-‘Adha, the day of remembrance.
This is also the day on which Muslims fast during the month.
For more information about Ramadan, visit Ramadan.org.
In Islam, it has been considered a day of great importance.
The Prophet Muhammad said that his followers are “proud of the fast.”
In fact, the fast was originally known as a “day of pilgrimage,” a journey from Mecca to Medina.
The fast has since been given a name in Islam: Fajr.
Ramadan is also a month that Muslims pray during, during and after Ramadan.
Some scholars believe that this is because the prayer is not about the fast itself, but rather the prayer to Allah during it.
The day that the Muslims fast on Adhan ends Ramadan.
The other days of Ramadan are called the “holy days.”
The holy days have a variety of names, but all refer to Allah’s promise that the fasting people will not return to sin after the fast is over.
This promise is expressed by the Qur`an: And We created you on the Day after the Feast of Sacrifice, and We set apart a day to you, for you have been commanded to fast.
(Qur’an 5:28) This promise has been fulfilled in many ways in the holy month of Adhan.
For example, fasting during the Adhan fast is a sign of God’s promise to the Prophet Mohammad and his companions that they will be spared from the Fire.
The Muslim holy day of Adha is celebrated on the first and second Monday of every month, on the second and fourth Thursday of every other month, and on the fifth Thursday of each of the other six months.
This month is also known as the Muslim lunar month.
Ramadan: A Muslim prayer at sunset during the holy day.
The night before the day’s fast, Muslims often observe a night of prayer.
On the last day of this month, Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset.
There is no daylight during Ramadan.
Ramadan was first celebrated on July 4, 658 A.D. in the Islamic calendar.
The first recorded instance of the Islamic holy month was during the Muslim conquest of Mecca in 644 A.H. The second and third Muslim caliphs, al-Dhahabi and al-Qasim, were the first to celebrate the holy fast on the day before the celebration of the Muslim festival of Adhijah, which commemorates the birth and death of Prophet Muhammad.
During the first millennium, Muslims celebrated the holy days of Adah (July) and Ramadan (September) in many places throughout the world.
Ramadan began on the third Monday of the sixth month (June).
The month begins with the sun rising in the eastern sky, the time of the first sunrise.
The moon, as well as the sun and moon are visible from a distance, as are stars.
Then the month ends with the moon leaving the eastern horizon, with the last sunrise occurring in the western horizon.
Muslims fast for five days and nights during the fast.
Ramadan begins on the fourth Monday of June.
Ramadan ends on the seventh Monday of July.
Ramadan commemorates Prophet Muhammad’s birthday, which falls on the eighth Sunday of July in the Christian calendar.
Ramadan observance is the fourth most important religious observance in Islam, and it is usually followed by the festival of Eid al Adha, which marks the end of Ramadan.
Muslims have been fasting for more than seven centuries, and Ramadan has been celebrated in many countries throughout the Islamic world.
In some places, it falls on a Monday, while others celebrate it on a Friday.
Ramadan has also been observed in countries such as India, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Thailand and Malaysia.
Muslim scholars from all over the world have been trying to bring the Ramadan observ