al-Qur'an


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the sacred writings of Islam revealed by God to the prophet Muhammad during his life at Mecca and Medina

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I'jaz al-Qur'an, on the margin of al-Suyuti's Al-Ittqan fi 'ulum al-Qur'an, 3rd ed.
Of course, it would be a lot of work to provide all that information, although the Arabic editions of the work (and of al-Zarkashi's al-Burhan ft (ulam al-Qur'an [Cairo, 1957]) as well as resources such as Kenneth Nolin's 1968 Hartford Seminary dissertation (to be treated with some care, certainly), "The Itqan and Its Sources," do make the job more feasible.
For a comprehensive list of exegetical works, see Markaz al-Dirasat al-Qur'aniyyah, Fihrist Musannafat Tafsir al-Qur'an al-Karim (Index of Qur'an Exegetical Compilations), 3 vols.
al-Hasan al-Tabarsi, Majma'al-Bayan fi Tafsir al-Qur'an (Qom, Iran: Maktabat Ayat Allah al-Uzma al-Mar'ash+ al-Najafi, 1983), 1:109.
The activities of Islamic or community economic institutions relate with how to manage Muslims' wealth and allocate them to the poor and needy people consistent with Al-Qur'an and Hadith that contain Islamic values.
In this age of fast food, short attention spans, and quick publishing, al-Mu'jam fi fiqh lughat al-Qur'an wa sirr baldghatihi (Encyclopedic Lexicon of the Vocabulary of the Qur'an and Secrets of its Rhetoric) is a monumental undertaking, destined to produce one of the most important reference works on the language of the Qur'an in recent history.
Free books on Islamic guidance including 5,000 Qur'an translations and Tafseer Al-Qur'an in different languages from WAMY, Islamic propagation centers of Rabwa, Rowda, Sanaya and Sahee International were given to non-Muslim and Muslim attendees.
Muslim scholars and Islamic intellectuals had given a serious consideration to al-Qur'an from its early era.
Sahih al-Bukhari kitab fada'il al-Qur'an bab khayrukum man ta'allam al-Qur'an wa 'allamahu
The relevant portion of Kitab adab tildwat al-Qur'an consists of an argument that exegesis based on personal opinion (tafsir bi-l-ra'y) is permissible despite a hadith that reads, "The man who explains the Qur'an according to his personal opinion shall take his place in hell.
Sayyid Qutb, another Egyptian thinker who was influenced by 'Abduh's approach, reaffirmed the primacy of the qur'anic text in matters of theology, especially in his famous commentary on the Qur'an, Fi zilal al-qur'an (In the Shadows of the Qur'an).
However, writing on fada'il al-Qur'an, as evinced already in the treatise by Abu 'Ubayd, expands into the juridical realm as a literary form, which comes to draw together disparate material--found in earlier collections and originally located in distinct discursive fields--under one unifying rubric.
The authors chose the al-Mu'jam al-mufahras li afaz al-Qur'an al-Karim, the well-known concordance of Muhammad Fu'ad 'abd al-BAqi, both for their dictionary entries as well as foi the frequency count.
Summary: MAKKAH: More than 2 million faithful, including hundreds of thousands of pilgrims, attended Khatm Al-Qur'an prayer (conclusion of the Holy Qur'an) at the Grand Mosque here Sunday.
This trend reached a high point in 1931 with the publication of the twenty-six volume tafsir of Tantawi Jawhari (1870-1940), al-Jawahir fi tafsir al-Qur'an al-Karim, illustrated with drawings, photographs, and tables.