The Qur’an: Its Authenticity And Its Sciences

Salam Alaikum Welcome to another program and our Islamic focus series. This is our 53rd program in our series dealing with the sources of Islam. In our program today we’re going to be starting a new segment dealing with Quranic sciences. I’m your host, Hamad Rashid for today’s program and I have joining me, brother,


Assalamu alaikum peace beyond you. Welcome back to our program Islam and focus. We’re continuing with our series dealing with the sources of Islam. Actually this is our 54th program in that series and second program on a new segment dealing with chronic scientists. Tonight we’re gonna be discussing reasons for revelation. I’m your host


Assalamu alaikum peace beyond you. Welcome to another episode of Islam focus. We’re continuing with our series dealing with the sources of Islam. Today we have our third program on Quranic sciences. We’ll be continuing with our discussion of the reasons for revelation. And we’ll begin with the Mexican and Indian revelations. I’m your host,


Assalamu alaikum peace beyond you are back for another episode of Islam focus. We’re glad you could join us. We’re continuing with our series dealing with the sources of Islam. We have our first program today dealing with Quranic sciences we’ll be discussing, continuing our discussion of the macro revelations. I’m your host, Mr. Rashid


Assalamualaikum and welcome to Islam and focus. This is the 57th in the series sources of Islam and we’ll continue with our topic Mecca and Medina and Revelation. I’m your host a shot noonish and here with me is Dr. Jamal Vitaly from St. Mary’s University. As I conducted your moniker. Dr. Jamal, could you


Alaikum and welcome to Islam and focus. Today’s program is 58 in the sea resources of Assam and today we have a new topic. It’s naskah I’m probably pronouncing that wrong and Dr. Jamal will correct me. I’m your host a shot Manish and survey conducted by Dr. Dahlia. Before we get to our new


Alaikum and welcome to Islam in focus on your host resharper Nation here with me once again i’m dr Genova berry from St. Mary’s University. Our program Today is the continuation of sources of Islam series number 59. And we continue with abrogation, which we started last week, as an American. Maybe you can give


Welcome once again to assignment focus. Today’s program is the sixth energy sources of Islam. And to be more specific, it’s the third no new topic on abrogation. I’m your host and Sharpie Nish and here with me is Dr. Jamal Vitali from St. Mary’s University as conducted by pyjama as we like to do


AsSalamu Alaikum and welcome to Islam focus today’s program is a 61st in the series sources of Islam and we have the third segment in our topic on aggregation I’m your host reshot Manish and with me from St. Mary’s University is Reza Jamal dito. Dr. Roger, well, we started quite a complicated topic at


Hello, and welcome once again to assignment focus. Today we have the 62nd in the series sources of Islam. And we have a new topic, the topic being tafsir which means interpretation of the Quran. I’m your host, Ashok Manish and bear with me for St. Mary’s University with Dr. Jamal because Assalamu alaikum Salaam.


Hello, and welcome to today’s program is the 63rd in the series sources of Islam, and we’ll continue with our topic on the interpretation or as it’s called an Arabic Tafseer of the Quran. I’m your host, a sharp English and we welcome Dr Genova dye from St. Mary’s University as well, that the dematha


AsSalamu Alaikum and welcome once again to estarland focus. Today our program is a 64th in the series and we’re starting a new topic. The topic is chronic script or Mills of recitation. I hope I pronounce it properly but in Arabic is cross sharpening is your host and here with me is Dr. Jamal