The Holy Quran Essays and Term Papers

  • Ahsaral

    Amazing Facts about Holy Quran. Underneath the useful and the valuable collection about the Holy Quran is given in form of questions and answers . The aim is to know more about the Holy Book of God with a one glance ; S.No. QUESTION ANSWER 1. How many Sura are in Holy Quran ? 114 2. How many Verses...

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  • Syed

    No |QUESTION | ANSWER | | |1 |How many Sura are in Holy Quran ? |114 | |2 |How many Verses are in Holy Quran ? ...

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  • Online Quran

    receive admonition? (Al-Ouran) Onlime Quran Learning Read The Holy Quran in your own language easily at your home any time that suites you! The online quran provides you and your family members with services of Quran reading, Quran learning, Quran recitation and holy Quran understanding through the knowledge...

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  • Essay

    Al-Quran MCQS • Kalima Tayyaiba is mentioned in Quran for 2 times. • The word Quran means “read one”. • 114 total number of Surah • Surah means city of Refuge. • 86 Makki Surah. • 28 Madine Surah. • 558 Rukus. • Al-Baqrah is the longest Surah. • Al- Kausar is the shortest Surah. • Al-Nass...

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  • General Knowladge

    Allah that creates peace --- both in mind and society. Q5) How many Surahs (Chapters) are there in the Holy Qur'an? A. There are 114 Surahs. Q6) How many Ayahs (Verses) are there in the Holy Qur'an? A. There are 6600 Ayahs. Q7) What does Shirk (polytheism) mean? A. Shirk means associating a...

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  • Essay

    HOLY QURAN Introduction Literally the word Quran means to recite and read but this tense is an exaggeration so we consider a meaning which is acceptable as well as agreeable. So it means a book which is read widely, and there is no doubt that this book is read widely and vastly throughout the...

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  • Concept of Blasphemy in Islam

    Blasphemy in Islam is any irreverent behaviour towards holy personages, religious artifacts, customs, and beliefs. Hindutva Terrorism Tuesday, February 01, 2011 Islam and Blasphemy Blasphemy in Islam is any irreverent behaviour towards holy personages, religious artifacts, customs, and beliefs.  ...

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  • Scientific Miracles of the Holy Quran

    miracles in Quran Course: General study skills Name: Nasir Ahmed Ayanleh I.D: k-70904562 Lecturer: Dr. Hala Janoudi Contents Introduction: 2 Scientific discoveries: 2 Time relativity: 2 Ascending in the sky: 3 The sky that returns: 3 Conclusion 4 Scientific miracles in Quran Introduction: ...

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  • Status of women in ISLAM

    ```STATUS OF WOMAN IN ISLAM Outline Woman-as vital to life as man himself Islam gives woman rights and privileges, never grated before Quran addresses men and women jointly Modern woman seeks rights by force Woman has equal share in every aspect of life She is equal in responsibilities She is...

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  • Meditation and Prayers in Islam

    knows the hidden reality except God.” (The holy Quran: 27:65). He (God) knows all that is beyond the reach of a created being's perception, as well as all that can be witnessed by a creature's senses or mind: for He alone is truly wise, all-aware.(The holy Quran: 6:73). It was Me (God) who created man...

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  • Business Plan

    Answer of Science and the Holy Scriptures, written by Dr Maurice Bucaille. This book is published by A.S. Noordeen and imprint of Academe Art & Printing Service Sdn. Bhd. This report is based on subtopic the ‘Origin, Transformations and Reproduction of Man According to the Quran’ pages 165 until 189. This...

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  • Sources of Islamic Law

    legal approach arose amongst Islamic thinkers in two prevailing schools of legal thought. The traditionalists (ahl al-hadith) relied solely on the Quran and the sunna (traditions) of the Prophet as the only valid sources for jurisprudence, such as the prevailing thought emanating from Medina. The non-traditional...

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  • islamiat

    two angels. • Barzakh: time period between death and Day of Judgment. • Another name of surah Ali-Isra is bani Israel. PROPHET MUHAMMAD (PBUH) • Holy Prophet was born in 571 A.D 22nd April. • Father’s name, Hazat Abdullah. • Mother’ Name, Hazrat Amna. • Maternal Grand Father’s name Wahib bins Abdul...

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  • The Heritage of Islam

    Muhammad (peace be upon him) - The Holy Quran. According to the definition on Wikipedia, Al-Quran literally means "the recitation". This central religious text of Islam, contains what we Muslims believe to be the word of Allah. It is our Holy Book. We also believe that this Holy Book, had been verbally revealed...

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  • The Book I Like Most

    those. I like theHoly Quran the most. It is a heavenly book. The Holy Quran and revealed to the Holy Prophet (peace he upon him). It is in Arabic language.     The Holy Quran is my favourite book become I get satisfaction after reciting it. Every morning I lone to recite the Holy Quran. I recite it with...

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  • Islam Ahmadiyyat

    leader) appointed by God Almighty. It is the revival of the True Islam that was brought by the Holy Prophet s.a.w, the Seal of the Prophets. It is that community which has accepted the call of the Holy Prophet s.a.w, when he had instructed the Muslims, “If you find the MAHDI, take bait on his hands...

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  • al huffaz

    PSYCHOLOGY) EDP 6302 A CASE STUDY ON HUFFAZ AL QURAN BY SITI SALWA BT MD.SAWARI (G1212694) INSTRUCTOR : DR. SYED ALWI SHAHAB SEMESTER 1 2012/2013 ABSTRACT Holy Quran is the primary recourse of all Muslim in the word. This holy book has been memorized by more than thousand...

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  • Islamic Concept of Demon

    Jinn The jinn are mentioned in more than forty verses of the Holy Quran, which are included in ten Surahs and there is a complete Surah which is named after them i.e. SuratulJinn. Allah almighty has created the Jinn. Allah says in the Holy Quran, “He created man (Adam) from sounding clay like the clay...

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  • Management Lessons from Quran

    Management Thoughts in Quran Management today is defined as "getting things done through others." Following this concept, a Manager is now understood as the person who works through others. A good manager, therefore, is a person who not only knows what is to be done but exactly how to get it...

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  • Islam

    Part 1: The Islamic genesis stems from Mecca and Medina (Saudi Arabia). The Prophet Muhammed started reciting the Quran. Allah (God) created the heavens and the earth. Allah too, created the various ethnicities. Allah put order and purpose in his creations. Everything in creation depends on Allah...

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