Quranic facts revealed by al-Khanssaeq al-Alwi

News24 – Quraanic facts – revealed by Al-Khanksa al-Aswad al-Sadiq al-Quraishi al-Istihad al-Ansar – 1.

Al-Qur’an is the word of Allah (the Word) and it is from Allah.

The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and the companions of Muhammad (peace be upon him) were given the Qur’an as the revelation of Allah.


Quraish is the name of a group of people who are the companions or descendants of Prophet Muhammad.

The Qur’anic verses are known to be of a prophetic character and they are considered to be the Quranic revelations.


The word quran means “knowledge” and al-khanssay means “proof”.

Al-khanksa means “truth”.

Al Khanssays is the knowledge of Allah that is revealed by Allah.


The prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon Him) came to the Prophet Muhammad and said: “O Messenger of Allah!

This is the Book of Allah, and I am the Messenger of it, and whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day and His Messenger and believes in the Qur’,ah and the Holy Quran and the Sunnah of Allah and does not repent, the believers will surely prosper and the believers are the best of the nations.

This is what Allah has revealed to us.

This verse is the Truth.”

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon His Messenger) said: Allah has told you the Truth, the truth which you do not know.

The truth is the greatest of all.


The Messenger of God (peace to him and his family) said to his companions: “I have not come here to ask for any favor from you but to give you the truth and to make you aware of the Truth that Allah has given you.”

The companions said: O Messenger of the Messenger!

We know that you are not a person who has been given any favor but to make us aware of your truth.

The fact that the Messenger (peace will be upon himself) has spoken this verse is evidence that it was the truth that Allah (swt) revealed to him.


The following verses are the revelations of Allah which have been revealed to Muhammad (Allah bless him and give him peace).

(1) Sura 4:64-67.

The Holy Quran is the Holy Qur’├ín.

It is the Qur-an revealed to Allah, the Most High, the Creator of the heavens and the earth and to the Prophets before Him.

It gives the guidance and guidance for the Muslims to follow.

It teaches us how to treat others.

It reveals the best way to lead a righteous life.


Sura 5:24-26.

It says: “The Book of God is the most perfect of all Books, and the Book is not to be divided among people except with the permission of God.

It was revealed to the Apostle of Allah before He came to earth.

Whoever denies it, the unbeliever is a liar and the one who says: ‘I do not believe in it, I have disbelieved in it’ is a disbeliever.”


Surah 2:165-166.

The Quran says: We do not ask for favors from anyone but Allah and to give us the truth.

It also says: Do not seek to get anything from those who ask for it from you.

They ask from you for nothing and will not seek you in return.


Surahs 5:1-3.

These verses are very important because they reveal that the Quran is not limited to Muslims.

It contains the revelations that are revealed to every person in the world and it has a universal appeal.


Suras 2:190-192.

The verses say: If you believe, your reward is with Allah.

If you disbelieve, your punishment is with God.

If a believer does good deeds, Allah will pay him his reward.

If the disbeliever does evil deeds, then Allah will punish him with his punishment.


Surat al-A’raf:5.

These are the two most important verses in the Quran.

These two verses are: “God does not forget those who are thankful for him.”

“God is witness over those who do good deeds.”


Surata al-Furqan:2.

Allah does not say: “These are the words of this world.”

He says: He is witness to the righteous.


Suraq al-Ahzaad:16.

Allah says: These are two verses from the Quran: “Verily, we have not created the heavens nor the earth except by your grace, but you made it.”

The verses are addressed to the people of the earth.


Suraa 2:194-195.

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