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The Quran is the final revealed Book of Allah, that contains the message of guidance from Allah for all humankind. Welfare of the entire humanity depends upon following the guidance and understanding Quran. In other words, success in this world as well as the Hereafter for humankind is treasured in the Quran. Therefore, it's a must for us to Learn Quran and understand it.

There are 80,000 words in the Quran but the actual words are only around 2000!!! This is one of the miracles of the Quran. Accordingly, if a reader decides to learn only 10 new words everyday, he can understand Quran within a period of seven months! So it is indeed very easy to understand the Quran, provided one is willing to learn it.

Even though there are many translations of the meanings of the Quran, they do not help the reader in linking the Arabic words to their meanings. The only purpose of the Lessons is to facilitate learning the language of the Qur’an


And the Quran We divided into parts so as you recite it to the people in stages and We sent it down by revelation. Say: Believe in it or do not believe! Those who have received pre knowledge of it (Jews and Christians included), fall down to their chins in worship, when the Quran is recited to them. And they say: Glory to God since the promise of our God had to be fulfilled. And they fall down to their chins crying and their submission to God increases.

We didn't send a prophet but in the language of his people so as to explain to them. And Allah makes astray (away from the Right Wath) whom He wants and He guides to the Right Way whom He wants. And He is The Powerful and The Wise.

O humans! Indeed a teaching has reached you from your God and a healing for what (illnesses) is in the hearts and a guidance and a mercy for the believers; So say (order to Muhammad): Due to the grace from Allah and His mercy so by that (Qur'an) let them rejoice: That (Qur'an) is better than what they accumulate.


Muslims believe the Qur’an to be the book of divine guidance and direction for mankind and consider the text in its original Arabic to be the literal word of God, revealed to Muhammad through the angel Gabriel over a period of twenty-three years and view the Qur’an as God's final revelation to humanity.

The Christian concept of revelation which means God incarnating and unveiling himself and become visible and audible for mankind is foreign to Islam. Wahy in Islamic and Quranic concept means the act of God addressing an individual, conveying a message for a greater number of recipients. The process by which the divine message comes to the heart of a messenger of God is tanzil (to send down) or nuzul (to come down). As the Qur'an says, "With the truth we (God) have sent it down and with the truth it has come down." It designates positive religion, the letter of the revelation dictated by the angel to the prophet. It means to cause this revelation to descend from the higher world. According to hadith, the verses were sent down in special circumstances known as asbab al-nuzul. However, in this view God himself is never the subject of coming down.

The Qur'an frequently asserts in its text that it is divinely ordained, an assertion that Muslims believe. The Qur'an — often referring to its own textual nature and reflecting constantly on its divine origin — is the most meta-textual, self-referential religious text amongst all religious texts. The Qur'an refers to a written pre-text which records God's speech even before it was sent down.

And if ye are in doubt as to what We have revealed from time to time to Our servant, then produce a Sura like thereunto; and call your witnesses or helpers (If there are any) besides God, if your (doubts) are true. But if ye cannot — and of a surety ye cannot — then fear the Fire whose fuel is men and stones, which is prepared for those who reject Faith.


The issue of whether the Qur'an is eternal or created was one of the crucial controversies among early Muslim theologians. Mutazilis believe it is created while the most widespread varieties of Muslim theologians consider the Qur'an to be eternal and uncreated. Sufi philosophers view the question as artificial or wrongly framed.

Muslims maintain the present wording of the Qur'anic text corresponds exactly to that revealed to Muhammad himself: as the words of God, said to be delivered to Muhammad through the angel Gabriel. Muslims consider the Qur'an to be a guide, a sign of the prophethood of Muhammad and the truth of the religion. They argue it is not possible for a human to produce a book like the Qur'an, as the Qur'an itself maintains.

Therefore an Islamic philosopher introduces a prophetology to explain how the divine word passes into human expression. This leads to a kind of esoteric hermeneutics which seeks to comprehend the position of the prophet by mediating on the modality of his relationship not with his own time, but with the eternal source from which his message emanates. This view contrasts with historical critique of western scholars who attempt to understand the prophet through his circumstances, education and type of genius.


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