Quran is one of the three major holy books of Islam, the other two being the Bible and the Koran.
The first and last chapters of the Quran are the longest and contain the first three chapters of history and present events in the world.
Quran is an ancient text that has survived for centuries in the form of a series of loose chapters, or suras, that have been composed over the centuries.
These books have remained mostly hidden from view and scholars have been reluctant to discuss them publicly.
In the 1980s, however, a group of researchers from the University of Pennsylvania, the University and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem began researching the Suras.
The Suras are a series, which is a word for a collection of verses that are supposed to be revealed in a specific order.
The texts in question have been written down by the Prophet Muhammad and some of the most significant Suras have survived as an oral tradition in Islam, and are often referred to as “Quran suras.”
Suras in the QuranQuran contains some of Islam’s most revered revelations, and they are considered to be the most important sources of Islamic faith.
The Quran is considered to have three main parts: The Book of the Law (the Qur’an), the Qur’anic Suras (also known as the Hadith) and the Quran (the Sunnah).
The first two parts of the Quranic Sura are called suras and they contain instructions on the conduct of life and religious rulings.
Suras contain the laws and rules that must be followed in order to live according to Islam.
The suras are sometimes referred to in English as the Quran, and the Arabic word for “Qur’an” is pronounced qur-Za-ra.
The Qur’ans are usually translated as the Holy Books, but many scholars also use the term Sura as an umbrella term to describe the Quran’s entire contents.
The following are the main sections of the Sura that are most commonly known:1.
The Law of Allah: Surah 4:2 The Law is that Allah is the Lord of the heavens and the earth and that He is all-powerful, All-Knowing, All Knowing, and All-Wise.
This is the first of the four Suras in which Allah’s commandment is stated clearly.
Surah 1:4-6 is also known as Surah the Glory of Allah.
Surahs 5-7 are the laws governing the affairs of mankind and Allah says that those who do not obey them will have no life but a few years.
Surat 4:4 Allah says: “The Hour will not come until you obey Allah and His Messenger.”
Surat 2:158 Allah says to the people of Makkah: “I am the Most Generous of you; be patient and do not worry.”
Surah 2:161 Allah says in Surah 5:2, “The people of the earth will never know your greatness, nor will they know your power, nor their reward, nor the pleasure of your Lord.”
Sura 2:168 Allah says, “Whoever disbelieves in Me, then I will not accept him as My servant, nor forgive him, nor let him be admitted into My house.”
Suras 2-7 cover a wide range of subjects.
Sura 5:21-25 Allah’s Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him) said: “Whoever rejects My command, Allah will reject him.”
Surahs 2:165, 5:22-26 Allah’s messenger (peace be upon his) said to him: “Go and tell the people that I have come from the House of Allah.”
Surayrah 2:177 Allah says : “I have come down from heaven.
And there is no god but Allah.
And I am with You always, and there is none on earth but You.
My angels and My servants are with You.”
Suran 4:31 Allah says of his son, “Say, ‘There is no God but Allah.’
If there is, then surely Allah will be a loving father to His children, and will be merciful to those who fear Him.
Verily, Allah is All-Merciful.”
Suraa 2:170 Allah says about the disbelievers: “If there is anything in you that is disbelieving, then Allah will disbelieve you.
He will punish those who disbelieve.”
Suraan 4:63 Allah says concerning the Muslims: “O people!
You shall never be put to shame by those who believe!”
Suraa 6:7 Allah says “O Muhammad, if you are the son of Allah, and he is the son, then you are my son.
And if you die a Muslim, I will give you a reward of one hundred thousand silver dirhams.
But if you say, ‘I am not my father, and my mother is