What the Quran teaches us about Islam and Judaism

The Quran (Arabic: الأبوش) is the holy book of Islam and the second most sacred book in Judaism.

The Bible (also known as the Bible) is a collection of books written by men who believed in the divinity of God.

However, they were influenced by the Jews.

According to the Jewish faith, the Torah is God’s word, which is contained in seven books, known as kaddish, which are divided into the Old Testament (the Torah), the New Testament (The Bible), the Gospel of John, the Acts of the Apostles and the Epistles of Paul.

The Quran was revealed to Muhammad (Allah bless him and grant him peace) in the year 632 CE.

It is a book that Muslims say was revealed by God after his death and in commemoration of the life of Muhammad.

Muhammad (صلى الله عليه وسلم) was a Prophet of Islam.

His followers believe in a single deity, called Allah, who is the ultimate Creator, creator of the universe.

In the Quran, Muhammad (peace be upon him) says that God made a covenant with him and all of humanity, saying: You shall not make for yourself a book or a rule for mankind; rather, I will make a covenant and establish a system of laws for you.

God created man in His image, in His own image, and in His likeness, and He created you, in your own image and likeness, from the dust of the ground and put you into a state of humiliation.

And God created the female of the species in His way, but the male of the female was made into a slave.

Then God said: The male will not beget offspring.

The male and the female are two sides of the same coin.

You shall give birth to the male and to the female.

And they will bear sons and daughters.

And the male shall rule over the woman, and the woman over the man, and they shall be as nations before you.

And He will give them dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over all that move along the earth.

Muhammad then tells his followers that the Quran is God Almighty’s word and that the Bible was revealed after his demise.

The Book of Allah has been interpreted by Muslims as the word of God and is the word that is the most trustworthy source of knowledge and truth in Islam.

It was revealed as a revelation by God to Muhammad, and all Muslims believe in the Quran as the ultimate authority in Islam, and it is the sole source of all that we know.

Muslims believe that the Quranic verses and the Bible are equal in the meaning of their words.

They also believe that God is the author of the Quran and that Muhammad (Peace be upon his memory) is one of the most revered prophets of Islam, because of his writings and teachings.

According the Bible, Jesus (peace and blessings be upon he and his family) is God and the Son of God, and that Mohammed (Peace and blessings become upon him and his followers) is Muhammad, the prophet of Islam that was martyred on the night of the first battle of Karbala.

The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was born in Medina, which was located in what is now Iraq and is today in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.

Muhammad was a devout Muslim, who died at the age of 45 and was buried in Mecca in Medina.

He was buried with a special shroud that covered his head and was wrapped in a cloth.

When his body was buried, he was dressed in his clothes and with a shroud.

His tomb has a marble statue of Muhammad with the words, “There is no God but Allah, and Muhammad is his prophet”.

It is said that a person who is buried with the head of their loved one will have a dream of Allah, or heaven.

When Muhammad (pbuh) was buried at the time of the Battle of Karbalah in 632, the Quran was read by the Prophet Muhammad and his companions.

When the battle was over, the Prophet said: This is my victory.

We have fought the last battle.

There is no god but Allah and Muhammad was his prophet.

It took two years for the Prophet to be buried in the tomb, which would have taken him six months to reach the tomb in Medina at that time.

The next day, the tomb was opened, and he was brought in and the Prophet, the Messenger of Allah (PBAH) took him into the tomb and laid him on his right side.

His right leg was bent and the left leg was straight.

When he was taken out, his right leg, left leg and right thigh were all covered in a white sheet.

When one of his companions saw the body of the Prophet he said: It was a lie.

I never saw him alive.

When they brought