(As for the unbelievers, their deeds are like a mirage in the desert that the thirsty traveler supposes to be water, but when he comes near to it finds that it is nothing. But he finds that Allah (has always been present) with him, and that He will pay him his account in full; for
The Holy Qur'an explains the formation rain and clouds as follows: "And We have sent the fertilizing winds and sent down water from the sky and given you drink from it..
[No misfortune can happen on earth or in yourselves but is recorded in a decree before We bring it into existence: that is truly easy for Allah. In order that you may not despair over matters that pass you by, nor exult over favors bestowed upon you. For Allah loves not any vainglorious boaster.] (Al-Hadid
In Surat Al-Mutaffifin Almighty Allah draws a comparison between two groups of people and gives us the chance to choose for ourselves: in which group would we like to fit? The first group comprises the friends of Sijjin whose situation in this worldly life is described in the noble Qur’an as well as what awaits
The essence of belief in the Almighty Allah and the story of the young boy as mentioned in Surat Al-Buruj
When the Quran was revealed to Prophet Muhammad by the Angel Gabriel, it was revealed in seven Arabic dialects (Al-Bukhari, 442), therefore when different Companions recited there were sometimes slight differences in pronunciation. While Prophet Muhammad was alive, he was able to clarify and resolve any pronunciation disputes. From the traditions of Prophet Muhammad, Umar
Studying the Qur’anic Qira’at (modes of recitation) was a watershed moment in my life, a watershed moment in which my perspectives on life, death, and the afterlife shifted dramatically. It has always bothered me that most Muslims, especially those who are not Arab, don’t know about the Qira’at, which is the Holy Qur’an’s most amazing
There is something that has been bothering me for quite some time now and it is the realization that so many Muslims (especially youth) are not engaging with the Quran as they should be. Instead of reading and trying to understand it many people feel that the Quran is too complex, too long, too repetitive,
Muslims who read the Quran with an open heart and understand the meaning of its word have no doubt that the Quran is the Word of God. A non-Muslim approaching the Quran for the first time may legitimately ask: After all, is the Quran the word of God, as it is claimed? By using the
The article addresses the existence of allegorical verse in the noble Qur'an and the scholars approach in explaining them
Introducing the Quran as a revered revelation of Allah and how best a Muslim can read it and ponder on the meaning of its messages.
Explaining the Forms of Allah's guidance on the Prophet Muhammad through the revelation (Wahi)
How to read the Quran in a perfect way and fulfil the necessary condition of proper reading and understanding.
Tips for how to benefit from the Quran, understand its meaning and learn from his teachings and wisdoms
Quran is read and memorized by many Muslims all over the world—many of them non-Arabic speakers.
The detailed story of the creation of Adam, his purpose in this life and his qualities from Qur'an.
Zayd ibn Thabit became an official interpreter and translator for the Prophet and the scribes.
You cannot gather the full and real blessings and treasures of the Qur'an unless you devote yourself to understanding its meaning.
The meaning of the verse and its lessons while explaining the context of Uhud battle, the experience of Muslims in this battle and its scenes.
Here is the list of the five things that the Noble Qur'an demands from every Muslim. They forms the obligations that Muslims owe the Qur'an.
Certain basic states and attitudes of the heart and mind are necessary prerequisites to any fruitful relationship with the Qur’an. Develop them as much as you can. Make them part of your consciousness, keep them ever-alive and active. Integrate them in your actions. Let them penetrate the depth of your being. Without the help of
One of the objectives of Qur'anic stories is to infuse Muslims with a spirit of endurance and to raise their morale.
Ubayy bin Ka’b was one of the chosen few companions of the Prophet (Pbuh) who transcribed the Qur'anic revelations and had his own Mus-haf.
An explanation to the way Muslims can conduct themselves, their thoughts and decisions in compliance only with the Qur'an.
Introduction Alhamdu lillah. Indeed, all Glory and Praise is due to Allah. We glorify and praise Him and we ask Him for help and forgiveness. In Allah we seek refuge from the evils in ourselves and from our wrong doings. He whom Allah guides shall not be misguided, and he whom He misguides shall never
Both fasting and recitation of the Qur'an in Ramadan act as intercessors with Almighty Allah for the true believer who observes them
There is a problem in our approach toward the Qur'an. We opt for the easiest choice, just reading.
Let’s reflect upon five lessons gained by reading Surat Yusuf that can serve as an inspiration to persist in the face of adversity
The Qur'an reforms the character and remolds it into a new form that is loved by Allah.
The article introduces the best and proper way to approach the Quran and benefit from its lessons, values and teachings.
Surahs of the Qur'an have also been classified, according to their origin, into Makkan and Madinan surahs
Through the frequent follow-up and permanent observation, committing the Qur’an to one’s heart can be kept free from forgetting
The noble Quran contains inexhaustible wisdom; it is the quintessence of the knowledge of both ancients and the moderns, the Decisive Criterion; Spirit from Allah, and revelation from on High on the heart of the Messenger.
A handwritten manuscript of the opening verses of the Qur’an The human mind “can operate only on the basis of perceptions previously experienced by that very mind, either in their entirety, or in some of their constituent elements.”1 In other words, we cannot form a clear idea of something that happens entirely outside the realm
Certainly has Allah heard the speech of the one who argues [i.e., pleads] with you, [O Muḥammad], concerning her husband.