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•True visions •Angel jibrael cast in to the prophet's heart invisibly •Angel came like a toll of the bell •Allah himself reveal to prophet pbuh through a veil


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The qur'an was revealed in pieces to Muhammed () for about 20-21 Years (with interruptions: time periods where Muhammed neither received a revelation nor the angel Jibreel()). When a verse was revealed Muhammed () used to dictate it to his scribes and asked them to put it in order so basically the strongest opinion about the Chapters or surahs is that they ...


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Unlike engineering and positive sciences, historical phenomenon cannot be experimented in a laboratory setting. History, though, has its own means to reach at facts one of which is reliable documentations. As stated by another answer, Christianity unfortunately lacks a documentation tradition until the 2nd century. The situation is the exact opposite for ...


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First of all, no, I do not think or at least have not seen that there is too much historical evidence to that effect. This is simply because there is very little record of Jesus (AS)'s life in general except for the Gospels themselves (which are being accused of corruption). But, to put emphasis again, the lack of historical evidence is not a demonstration ...


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Quran has no verse saying something like how many children should a family have. but there is a Hadith where Prophet peace be on him encouraging people to have lot of children Narrated Ma'qil ibn Yasar: A man came to the Prophet (ﷺ) and said: I have found a woman of rank and beauty, but she does not give birth to children. Should I marry her? He said: ...


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See the sura 87 aya 6 SAHIH INTERNATIONAL We will make you recite, [O Muhammad], and you will not forget, سَنُقْرِئُكَ فَلَا تَنسَىٰ - 87:6 There is a hadeeth saying that Gabrial was reviewing the Quran with the prophet each year once but last year of his life they reviewed it twice  أسرَّ إلي -تعني أن أباها حدثها سراً فقال لها- إن جبريل كان يعارضني ...


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Great effort, you are actually become a part on preserving the authenticity of Qur'an and minimizing the effort of islamophobes to tamper the Mushaf (printed version of Qur'an) Will you get sin if you make mistake? as long as you already validate that you have no mistake on memorizing it, you are good to go But whoever repents after his wrongdoing and ...


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since the Quran is the word of Allah Almighty, when you memorize it , this will be the best you ever done! Memorizing the Quran will open all the doors of good for you. Memorizing the Quran means that you will obtain ten good deeds for each letter! If you know, for example that the number of letters in the shortest Surah in the Quran, which is Surah Al-...


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As I mentioned previously, "Tiqqune Sopherim" i.e., "Corrections by Scribes" is one example of Judeo-Christian tampering of their religious texts (the debate being mostly over how many times this has occurred) to "fix" issues that they thought existed in the religious texts. This alone supports the Islamic description of corruption. But for some reason, ...


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Salaam Aleykum, One of the beauties of the quran is the language. The meaning of adna al-ard (Arabic: أَدْنَى الْأَرْضِ) is homonymous. That is what makes the quran over time a miracle by itself. Subhanallah May God Bless you.


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No you can't , you have to arrange Halal food for yourself . When you were going obviously you were aware about it . In some cases when you are near to die , you can eat "Haram" for the sake of survival.


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Starting on a tangent but did you know that in Islam there is a Prophet named Zakariyah (aka Priest Zechariah in Bible) who is the father of Prophet Yahya (aka John the Baptist in Bible). Coming back to your question about Genesis 17: 1. Prophet Ibrahim (aka Prophet Abraham in Bible): In the Quran, Chapter 2, Verse 124: "And [mention, O Muhammad], when ...


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Bhai if an elder has to ask you to treat him/her with respect then its quite obvious that you aren't treating that person with respect in the first place. As a Muslim, its our responsibility to treat each and every one with respect irrespective of their age, gender or ethnicity. The only exception to this rule is a person who does something that makes him ...


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From my observation this one is closest Al-Hujurat (49:13) Sahih International: O mankind, indeed We have created you from male and female and made you peoples and tribes that you may know one another. Indeed, the most noble of you in the sight of Allah is the most righteous of you. Indeed, Allah is Knowing and Acquainted.


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