Al Quran

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Al Quran

  1. 1. Al – Qur’an is the holy book forMuslims .It is the miraculous word ofAllah (SWT) revealed toProphet Muhammad (SAW)through the AngelJibreel (AS) .
  2. 2. Al-Qur’an is divine revelationthat has reached through aholy connection i.e. fromAllah(SWT) ,through AngelJibreel (AS), to ProphetMuhammad (SAW) .
  3. 3. Its revelation started in the month ofRamadan in 610 AD .At that time the Prophet Muhammad(SAW) was in a cave called Hira .The Prophet (SAW) was 40 years oldduring the first revelation .
  4. 4. The Angel Jibreel (AS) continued to teachthe Prophet (SAW) Al -Qur’an .The revelation continued for 23 years of lifeof Rasoolullah (SAW) until he passed away .At this point , revelation of Al – Qur’an wascompleted .
  5. 5. Some of theProphetsreceivedBooks fromAllah (SWT)but werelaterchangedexcept Al–Qur’an .
  6. 6. The word “Al-Quran”appears 56times in theHoly Book
  7. 7.  The reality and attributes of Allah (SWT)
  8. 8.  The spiritual world
  9. 9.  Allah (SWT)’s purpose for creatingmankind
  10. 10.  Allah (SWT)’s rules for a righteous andhappy life
  11. 11.  Man’s responsibility towards Allah (SWT)and the world
  12. 12.  The coming of the Day of Judgment
  13. 13.  The Hereafter
  14. 14. Now let’s know about some namesin our Qur’an .
  15. 15. Maryam (AS) is the only womanwhose name is explicitly mentionedin the Quran and her name is alsothe title of a Surah ; it is 19th Surah inAl – Quran .
  16. 16. Zaid Ibn Harithah (RA) was theonly Sahabi who has his nameexplicitly mentioned in Al – Quran.
  17. 17. There are four mosques in Al – Quran : Masjid-ul-Haram in Makkah Masjid-ul-Aqsa in Jerusalem Masjid Qubaa near Madinah Masjid-ud-Dirar constructed byhypocrites of Madinah for the purposeof causing trouble .
  18. 18.  Camel Cow Ram Sheep Goat Horse Mule Donkey
  19. 19.  Wolf Elephant Dog Monkey Snake Pig Frog Fish
  20. 20.  Crow Hoopoe Swift Hud Hud Salwa
  21. 21.  Ant Bee Fly Mosquito Termites Flea Locust
  22. 22.  Grain Garlic Onion Al-Mann Date Olive Grape Fig Pomegranate

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