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THE PREVIOUS BOOKS



Throughout time, Allah sent many Prophets to guide humanity to worship Him alone. In essence the message has been the same from the first Prophet Adam to the final Prophet Mohammad in that humanity have been asked to worship one God and one God alone. There were five major prophets who were given divine knowledge with which to guide their people, all of which were in book from. All have been changed from their original by mankind with the exception of the Qur'an, which has never to this day been altered or re-issued as a new version.
The previous books were sent to Abarham (the Scrolls and the Tablets), to Moses (the Torah and the Tablets), to David (the Psalms), to Jesus (the Bible), and to Mohammad (the Qur'an).
The Qur'an does not exclude the possibility that additional holy books were sent to other prophets, but does not mention any. The Sunna (traditions of Prophet Mohammad) narrates that the messengers counted scores of thousands, but the greatest of them are the 25 who were mentioned in the Qur'an, some with holy books others without. (See The Family Tree of Prophets)
The Islamic belief is to acknowledge and accept these previous books in their original form.
"… All of them have believed in Allah and His angels and His books and His messengers, [saying], 'We make no distinction between any of His messengers."'(Qur'an 2, 285)



THE HOLY QUR'AN



This is certainly the most important type of revelation for Muslims. Islamic beliefs about revelation are based on the Qur'an (the Islamic holy book). The Qur'an is different from any other book because it is composed entirely of the words of Allah.
In 611CE the Prophet Mohammad was reflecting Gabriel appeared to him. Mohammad was unlettered but three times Gabriel ordered him to 'read':
The angle said: "Read! In the name of your Lord and Cherisher, who created- created man, out of a (mere) clot of blood Read! And your Lord Is Most Bountiful, - he who taught (the use of) the pen, - taught man that which he know not." (Qur'an 96, 1-5)
Gabriel then told Mohammad that he was to be the Messenger of Allah. These revelations continued for the next 23 years:
"This day I have perfected your religion for you, completed My favour upon you, and have chosen for you Islam as your religion. (Qur'an 5, 3)
Mohammad remained unlettered and the Qur'an was written down directly by his companions, who then memorized it by heart. The Qur'an has 114 Surahs (or chapters), arranged in the order decreed by Allah and conveyed by the Angel Gabriel.
For Muslims the Qur'an contains only the literal unchanged words of Allah. It is direct revelation from Allah to humanity. Because the Qur'an is the word of Allah it cannot be contradicted.
To preserve the true words of Allah, the Qur'an is always recited for worship in Arabic, because the true meaning of the words can only be found in the Arabic language. However, there are interpretations of the meanings in other languages.
The Qur'an is the last and most complete book of guidance from Allah and applies to all people for ever. It is still widely memorized to perfection, throughout the globe and is the central part of every Muslim's daily life.
In his sermon on Mount Arafat, Mohammad made it clear that this was the final revelation; No prophet or messenger will come after him and no new faith will emerge.



From Book: UNDERSTANDING ISLAM
Supervised by: Ministry of Endowment and Islamic Affairs
Financed by: Qatar Enowment Authority



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سأطوّر نفسي باستمرار
من أجل خدمة الإسلام والمسلمين
وسأسخّر التقنية في مجال دعوة الآخرين


التعديل الأخير تم بواسطة الطامعة في رضا ربها ; 07-25-2009 الساعة 05:18 PM
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قديم 07-26-2009, 08:34 PM
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قديم 10-12-2009, 08:48 AM
الصورة الرمزية الطامعة في رضا ربها
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You are welcome my dear..
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رسالتي في الحياة :


سأطوّر نفسي باستمرار
من أجل خدمة الإسلام والمسلمين
وسأسخّر التقنية في مجال دعوة الآخرين

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قديم 02-01-2011, 09:32 PM
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