What I mean by a miracle are things like the Staff of Moses which transformed into a serpent or opened up the river of Nile, or the clothes of Joseph which healed Jacob's blind eyes.

Are there any more mentions of miracles in the Qur'an?

  • This question isn't about what I'm asking. The OP says: "I am not asking about the miracles mentioned in the Quran." – Honey Mar 29 '17 at 22:19
  • Could you add references to the stories you mentioned? I don't remember a dragon. – G. Bach Mar 29 '17 at 23:15
  • @G.Bach A'raf 107: Then (Moses) threw his rod, and behold! it was a serpent, plain (for all to see)! Though I'm not sure what word exactly needs to be used. Not sure what a serpent is :D. Do you suggest I replace dragon with serpent? – Honey Mar 29 '17 at 23:41
  • "Serpent" is a somewhat archaic word for large snakes. I don't know what the mufassirun said whether it was a dragon, and I don't know Arabic, but in the Bible it's snakes, and in most Quran translations I've seen too. Still, would be worthwhile adding the references to your question. – G. Bach Mar 29 '17 at 23:45
  • @G.Bach I'll just edit it from dragon to serpent and keep as translation. – Honey Mar 29 '17 at 23:57

It's quite difficult to list Allah's miracles, even if restricted to those mentioned in the Qur'an. Isn't every word in the Qur'an a miracle?

Here's a (likely incomplete) list where Allah specifically intervened and scientific laws were radically overruled:

  1. The creation of the Heavens and the Earth (Qur'an 2:29).

  2. The creation of man (Qur'an 3:59).

  3. Prophet Muhammad's night journey (Qur'an 17:1).

  4. The Moon splitting in two (Qur'an 54:1).

  5. The revelation of the Qur'an itself (Qur'an 17:88).

  6. Virgin Mary giving birth to Prophet Isa (Qur'an 19:20).

  7. Prophet Isa breathing life into a clay bird (Qur'an 3:49).

  8. Prophet Isa curing the blind and the leper (Qur'an 3:49).

  9. Prophet Isa giving life to the dead (Qur'an 3:49).

  10. Prophet Isa speaking from the cradle (Qur'an 19:29).

  11. The raising of Prophet Isa (Qur'an 4:158).

  12. Prophet Musa's staff consuming magicians' conjurations (Qur'an 26:45).

  13. Prophet Musa parting the seas (Qur'an 26:63).

  14. Prophet Musa bringing forth twelve springs from a stone (Qur'an 2:60).

  15. Prophet Nuh and the flood (Qur'an 11:44).

  16. Prophet Nuh lived for 950+ years (Qur'an 29:14).

  17. Prophet Jonah swallowed by the big fish (Qur'an 37:142).

  18. Destruction of the people of 'Ad (Qur'an 46:25).

  19. Destruction of the people of Lut (Qur'an 11:82).

  20. Destruction of the people who disbelieved Prophet Shu'ayb (Qur'an 11:94).

  21. Destruction of the people who disbelieved Prophet Saleh (Qur'an 27:51).

  22. Prophet Yusef's ability to interpret dreams (Qur'an 12:43).

  23. Prophet Abraham shown Heavens and Earth (Qur'an 6:75).

  24. Prophet Abraham Bringing dead birds back to life (Qur'an 2:260).

  25. Prophet Abraham thrown into fire, but which was made cool (Qur'an 21:69).

  26. Prophet Abraham sacrificing his son (Qur'an 37:103-107).

  27. Prophet Sulaiman and the spring of liquid copper (Qur'an 34:12).

  28. Prophet Sulaiman spoke to birds (Qur'an 27:22 and 38:19).

  29. Prophet Yaqub's clothes curing his father's (Prophet Jacob) blindness (Qur'an 12:93).

  30. Prophet Uzair died for 100 years and was revived (Qur'an 2:259).

  31. The dwellers of the cave slept for years (Qur'an 18:11).

Every Prophet named in the Qur'an has some miraculous element to their story (or else they wouldn't be a Prophet). There's a Wikipedia list of Miracles of Muhammad (many are hadith-based). There are also things I'm unsure if I should list, like angels and jinn, and Allah's she-camel.

See also: Are there any miracles in the holy Quran?

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