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Questions about the Qur'an القرآن, the divine scripture revealed to the Prophet Muhammad.

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Question about a Word in Quran

In my Quran there is written for the word Torah this word: تورية Is it wrong? Because there is a ya, but in the word Taurat there is no ya.
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Does following faith guarantee getting rid of troubles?

And if only they had upheld [the law of] the Torah, the Gospel, and what has been revealed to them from their Lord [i.e., the Quran], they would have consumed [provision] from above them and from ...
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Was Egypt inherited by the Jews according to the Koran?

So We removed them from gardens and springs, and treasures and honorable station. Thus. And We caused to inherit it the Children of Israel. (Ash-Shu'ara [26] : 57-59) It says here that the sons of ...
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The strength of words related to "coming to someone" in the Quran

Quran talks about prophets coming to nations. And it usually uses two words for this: آتاهم جائتهم Is there a strength difference between these two? For example, can we say جائتهم means prophets ...
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Explain verse 98:5

In 98:5 it is said that whoever worships Allah pays zakat and keeps prayer - on the straight path. But the verse does not specify the condition for accepting the Messenger of Allah (S.A.V.). And they ...
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Is Quranic language have any similarity with soothsayers?

I'm new to this website, so I'm not sure if this question can be asked here but this thing is bothering me. I don’t speak in arabic but I have heard from my childhood that Quran is different from all ...
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Why are not Mushriks included in these verses?

Surah Al Maidah:51 O believers! Take neither Jews nor Christians as guardians—they are guardians of each other.1 Whoever does so will be counted as one of them. Surely Allah does not guide the ...
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Different shaddah in different quran manuscripts

In quran.com in surah Nur ayat 33 the word "yukrihhhunna": يُكْرِههُّنَّ has a shaddah on the second H/ھ. However, I saw a manuscript from a friend of mine that has no shaddah on H/ھ. How ...
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Who are the people of Tubba in the Qur'an?

Assalamoalikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh. The Qur'an mentions a people called "Tubba" in Surah Qaaf but I looked through the Qur'an but was not able to find their story, like the people of ...
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Explain verse 5:48

And We have revealed to you, [O Muhammad], the Book [i.e., the Quran] in truth, confirming that which preceded it of the Scripture and as a criterion over it. So judge between them by what Allah has ...
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What is the explaination of verse 4:94?

O you who have believed, when you go forth [to fight] in the cause of Allah, investigate; and do not say to one who gives you [a greeting of] peace, "You are not a believer," aspiring for ...
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Why Misnah Sanhedrin 4:5 and sura 5:32 is so similar

I somehow come across a Question in Quora that claim did Muhammad(sw)copied from Thalmud as Sura 5:32 and Misnah Sanhedrin 4:5 is too similar,I dont have much knowledge about it so after googling I ...
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Distortion of the Torah

And indeed, there is among them a party who alter the Scripture with their tongues so you may think it is from the Scripture, but it is not from the Scripture. And they say, "This is from Allah,&...
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How to reconcile verses 5:5 and 5:51?

It forbidden to take people Books as friends or supporters at 5:51, but at 5:5 it is possible to marry their women? O you who have believed, do not take the Jews and the Christians as allies. They ...
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Are descendants responsible for the sins of their fathers?

And Moses had certainly brought you clear proofs. Then you took the calf [in worship] after that, while you were wrongdoers. (Al-Baqarah [2] : 92) Why are the Jews to blame for worshipping the calf ...
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Should Quranic commands be interpreted solely on the text or in the context of revelation?

sorry if its a bit of a vague question I feel the title is enough but Just as an example Allah said: Fight those who (do) not believe in Allah and not in the Day the Last, and not they make unlawful ...
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What is the poverty over the Jews?

They have been put under humiliation [by Allah] wherever they are overtaken, except for a rope [i.e., covenant] from Allah and a rope [i.e., treaty] from the people [i.e., the Muslims]. And they have ...
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Are there any foods that have been suggested in Islam for a good sex life?

Are there any foods that have been suggested in Islam for a good sex life? If yes, could someone please reference to some Hadith or Quran regarding this?
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What questions will be asked in the grave?

What are the questions angels will ask from us in the grave and how we will answer them? what are the guiding words from Quran and Hadith in this regard.
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About Quran 25:5 and Quran 6:25

Assalamualaikum Someone(a non muslim) pointed on these 2 verses: Quran 25:5 And they say, “Tales of the ancients; he wrote them down; they are dictated to him morning and evening.” Quran 6:25 Among ...
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Explain verse 2:91

In 2:91, Allah said that the Quran confirms the truth of the Torah that the Jews have. So why is it said that the Torah is distorted by people? And when it is said to them, "Believe in what ...
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Reading book containing lots of short quran verses without wudu

Recently my brother bought me a islamic book called dont be sad by dr aid al qarni That is the book and it has a lot quranic verses in English So I was wondering if I could read this book without ...
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What punishment were the Meccans subjected to?

The Quran gives many examples (of punished peoples) for the Meccans. For example, the people of Nuha, Luta, Pharaoh and others. But why were the Meccans not subjected to the same punishment (for ...
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On the Surah Nisa Verse 17

Surah Nisa Verse 17 : "The repentance accepted by Allah is only for those who do wrong in ignorance [or carelessness] and then repent soon after. It is those to whom Allah will turn in ...
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Explain verse 39:6

First Adam was created, then his wife and then people. But why is it said in 39:6 that Allah first created people from one person (Adam) and only then created a woman from Adam? He created you from ...
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Why in 33:56 Allah SWT, instead of himself saying directly, is ordering to the holy Prophet SAW to tell the women of the believers?

Why in 33:56 Allah SWT, instead of himself telling it directly (meaning addressing to us), is ordering to the holy Prophet SAW to tell the women of the believers to bring down over themselves [part] ...
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Quran verse 33:33 was a direct commandment to the Prophet's wives only. So why do people say it is supposed to be for ALL Muslim women?

As the title says. I see it so common (especially on Salafi websites). The verse about women needing to stay at home was a direct command to the Prophet's WIVES. If the verse said "all believing ...
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Quran and equality [duplicate]

Asalaamu Alaykum WARAhmATULLAAHI wabarakaatuhu If I ask this question it doesn't mean that I left islam right (btw I'm 12) Ok so why does Allah say Arijaalu Kawaamuna alnisaa men are superior to ...
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How many messengers were there to the people of Nuh?

In 25:37 it is said that messengers were sent to the people of Nuh. But from the name of the people (Nuh people) it follows that there was only one Nuh. And the people of Noah – when they denied the ...
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Why didn't Samuel (A.S.) get a mention in the Qur'an, but Zeid did? [closed]

The Qur'an in 33:37 mentions Zayd ibn Harisa by name, although he was not a prophet or messenger. And [remember, O Muhammad], when you said to the one on whom Allah bestowed favor and you bestowed ...
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What is the interpretation of quran 5:17 and 5:72 "Surely those have disbelieved who said God is Messiah"?

I have read an article of Christianity which reads as follows: They indeed have disbelieved who say: Lo! Allah is the Messiah, son of Mary ... 5:17 They surely disbelieve who say: Lo! Allah is the ...
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How to reconciliate fear of some people mentioned in th Quran with its claim?

In many places Quran talks about fear of men: When Moses went out of that city When Abrahim met his angle guests When Muhammad asked his cave companion to not be frightened (which means he was ...
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Why in 39:53 and 39:10 is the call to believers made on behalf of the prophet?

Verses 39:53 and 39:10 say: Why is there the word "Say" in these verses? After all, in this case, the believers are the servants of the prophet. It's just that usually Allah does not say &...
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Is there a contradiction between verses 52:21 and 74:38-39

In 52:21 it is said that everyone is a hostage of what he has acquired, and from the context of the surah it is clear that we are talking about believers. And those who believed and whose descendants ...
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Can the Jews and Atheists be forgiven, since Allah might forgive any sins other than Shirk (4:48)?

Indeed, Allah does not forgive associating others with Him ˹in worship˺, but forgives anything else of whoever He wills. And whoever associates others with Allah has indeed committed a grave sin.4:48 ...
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Is it allowed according to the Koran to kill a Muslim, but not a believer?

I had a misunderstanding of some verses of the Quran. In 4:93 it is said that whoever kills a believer will be severely punished. And whoever kills a believer intentionally, their reward will be Hell—...
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Explain verses 25:3 and 16:21

In 25:3 it is said: Yet they have taken besides Him gods who cannot create anything but are themselves created. Nor can they protect or benefit themselves. Nor can they control life, death, or ...
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Explain verse 3:112 about the people of the Book

You are the best community ever raised for humanity—you encourage good, forbid evil, and believe in Allah. Had the People of the Book believed, it would have been better for them. Some of them are ...
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Are the actions of unbelievers futile?

The Qur'an says that the actions of the infidels are futile: You hypocrites are like those unbelievers before you. They were much stronger than you and were richer and had more children. They enjoyed ...
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Surah Mulk verse 5, surah al-baqarah verse 29

I've read a lot about Surah Mulk verse 5 on the internet, but it's not really making sense to me, The verse says "And indeed We have adorned the nearest heaven with lamps, and We have made such ...
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What's the link between being unjust to orphan girls and having up to four wives in verse (4:3)?

In surat an-Nisaa' we read (4:3): And if you fear that you will not deal justly with the orphan girls, then marry those that please you of [other] women, two or three or four. But if you fear that ...
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Is making my eye color lighter prohibited?

Regardless of the way, is it prohibited if I just make it lighter like not making it green or blue or anything?
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Explanation of the Quranic Surah 67 verse 34

In the verse of chapter 67, verses 3-4. What would be the TRUE interpretation of the "7 heavens being stacked one above the other". Furthermore, in order to actually understand the stacking of the ...
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Is an apostate's repentance not accepted according to 3:90?

Is the apostate's repentance accepted, because in 3:90 it is said that it will never be accepted? Indeed, those who disbelieve after having believed then increase in disbelief, their repentance will ...
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Why does the holy Q'uran begin with "In the name of Allah , the Compassionate, the Merciful."?

One of the founders of Hindu nationalism, Swami Dayanand Srswati, wrote a criticism of the Quran. An Examination Of The Doctrine Of Islam Here his first question was regarding Bismillahir Rahmanir ...
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Is my repentance accepted if the sin is done again (cheating)

assalamualaikum My mom and dad got me into this Quran reciting school that we have to memorize the verses. I sometimes not ready to recite them to the sheikh so i cheat and read from the Quran i ...
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Meaning of Hadeeth?

Okay. Quick question. What is the meaning of this hadeeth:- "If you disagree with Zaid bin Thabit at any point in the Quran, write it in the dialect of Quraish, verily the Quran was revealed in ...
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How to understand the verses about the 'People of the Book' in Surah al-Maidah (5:43-48)?

So let the people of the Gospel judge by what Allah has revealed in it. And those who do not judge by what Allah has revealed are ˹truly˺ the rebellious.5:47 So should Christians judge by the Gospel, ...
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What is the source to these hadiths about the virtues of memorizing the Quran?

AoA. Having studied in a madrassa some time ago, I've heard the following hadiths about the hifz-e-Qur'an: On the day of judgment, the one who memorizes Qur'an (hafiz) will recite the Qur'an. On each ...
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We made every living thing from water. Are Jinns "living" things?

The Qur'an says: And that We have made every living thing out of water [21:30] Aren't jinn living things? What are they made of? Isn't it a contradiction with the the following verse? and the ...

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