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No it is not Bid'ah... It is a description that carries a praise, which does not diminish the status of the Quran. And Bid'ah cannot be loosely used everywhere like that. The classical scholars have defined Bid'ah to have two meanings: something that did not exist or was not done during the era of the Prophet (saw) endorsed by scholars like Shafi'i, Ibn Hazm,...


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An excerpt from a detailed answer: According to classical scholarship, bid'ah has two meanings: something that did not exist or was not done during the era of the Prophet (saw) endorsed by scholars like Shafi'i, Ibn Hazm, Nawawi, Qurafi and al-Izz al-Din ibn Abd al-Salam et al or something that opposes or clashes with the Qur'an or Sunnah stated by scholars ...


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