Why do some Muslims believe that the Quran is the word of God?

Why do most Muslims believe the Quran to be the word and message of God and to be an absolute and unchangeable law?

According to this article in The Times of India, a number of scholars are in the habit of using the phrase “the word of Allah” to describe the Quran, even though this term has no legal definition in any country.

In this article, we’ll explain what this phrase means and how it relates to Islam and its sacred texts.

The Oxford Dictionary of English Usage (OWED) defines the term “the Word of Allah”:The word “the” is used to denote the entire corpus of texts that have a direct bearing on the matter at issue.

The term “words of God” is usually used to indicate a specific set of texts, or a set of beliefs that a particular writer holds.

For the most part, these are the same concepts that scholars of all denominations hold.

But some scholars of the Muslim faith hold to a different position.

According to their interpretation of the Quran and the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), it is the Holy Qur’an that is the Word of God, and it is Allah Himself who is the One who speaks in the Holy Quran.

This view has gained adherents within the Islamic world, who have claimed that the word “God” (shahada) in the Quran refers to the Absolute Truth that is within the words of the Qur’anic texts.

The claim that the Quranic texts are the Word and Message of God has gained support among many Muslim scholars, who are concerned that the West is not only rejecting Islam but also their faith.

This claim has been promoted by prominent Islamic scholars, such as Imam Zuhdi Jasser, Imam Abd al-Malik, and Dr. M. Maududi.

These scholars have claimed, among other things, that the term the word (shahi) refers to Allah.

In fact, many Islamic scholars claim that even if the Qurans were written by humans, they would still be the words spoken by God.

In addition, many scholars believe that even the Quran itself is the words God has spoken.

Some Muslim scholars also argue that it is possible that the Holy Bible, the Quran’s canonical source, was actually written by God himself.

These scholars claim in the name of the holy Qur’ans existence that the entire Quran is a written record of God’s Word and His commands to His prophet Muhammad (pbuh).

The scholars believe, for example, that Muhammad (pBUH) was the only one to understand and obey God’s commands.

But this claim is not without controversy.

The Quran contains many verses that speak about the past, future, and even the future.

In the Quran (pbUth), Allah commands His prophets to do whatever is right and forbid whatever is wrong.

According the Quran scholars believe these verses are the words uttered by God and are the word spoken by Him.

And this interpretation of Allah’s commands is what Muslims believe.

For example, in the chapter titled “The Book of God,” Allah says: “I have sent down a Book for you, and I have not left anyone behind in it.

So take it, and do not turn away from it” (Surah 4:31).

And in another verse, Allah tells His prophet (pbUm) that, “Allah has made you the most powerful, the most wise, the best of men.

He has chosen you as the Messenger of Allah, and He has sent you on this mission because He loves you.”

The verses that refer to the future, the future of the world, and the future events in the world are also found in the Qur”an.

These verses were revealed to Muhammad (sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) and his followers to make sure that they are in compliance with God’s instructions and commands.

Some scholars of Islam also claim that all of the prophecies in the Book of Allah are the propheictions of Allah Himself.

These claims are based on the fact that, in a passage in the same chapter, God is also referred to as “Lord” and “Great Lord.”

In addition to this, many other passages in the book also speak of God as “He Who sent you to be a Messenger, a Messenger of Truth, a prophet, a teacher, a Merciful.”

These verses are also part of the Holy Book of Islam.

In another passage, Allah warns his people to be careful not to stray from the way of Allah (surah al-nukha).

This chapter was revealed to Prophet Muhammad in the last year of his life, and was narrated by Imam Ibn Kathir (s.a.w.s).

Imam Kathir is considered by some scholars to be one of the most influential and influential scholars of Islamic law.

In his commentary on Surah al-‘Awwal, Imam Ibn Katheer narrates the same passage.

He states:The Quran also contains verses