Explore the world of the Holy Qur’an

7 Reasons to Read the Glorious Qur'an
1. Inimitable
It dares you to disprove it. How? It says that humans cannot write a book like this even if they pooled all their resources together and got help also from the spirits. The Qur'an said this fourteen hundred years ago and yet no one has been able to disprove it.. Billions of books have been written, but not another one like the Qur'an.


2. Incorruptible
It is the only religious sacred writing that has been in circulation for such a long time and yet remains as pure as it was in the beginning. The Qur'an was kept intact. Nothing was added to it, nothing was changed in it, and nothing was taken away from it ever since its revelation was completed 1400 hundred years ago.


3. Unsurpassable
The Qur'an is God's final revelation to humankind. God revealed the Torah to Moses, the Psalms to David, the Gospel to Jesus, and finally the Qur'an to Muhammad. Peace be upon Moses, David, Jesus and Muhammad. No other book will come from God to surpass His final revelation.


4. Indisputable
The Qur'an withstands the test of time and scrutiny. No one can dispute the truth of this book. It speaks about past history and turns out right. It speaks about the future in prophecies and it turns our right. It mentions details of physical phenomena which were not known to people at the time; yet later scientific discoveries prove that the Qur'an was right all along. Every other book needs to be revised to accord with modern knowledge. The Qur'an alone is never contradicted by a newly discovered scientific fact.


5. Your Roadmap for Life and Afterlife
The Qur'an is the best guidebook on how to structure your life. No other book presents such a comprehensive system involving all aspects of human life and endeavor. The Qur'an also points out the way to secure everlasting happiness in the afterlife. It is your roadmap showing how to get to Paradise.


6. God's Gift of Guidance
God has not left alone. You were made for a reason. God tells you why he made you, what he demands from you and what he has in store for you. If you operate a machine contrary to it's manufacturer's specification you will ruin that machine. What about you? Do you have an owner's manual for yourself? The Qur'an is from your Maker. It is a gift for you to make sure you function for success, lest you fail to function. It is a healing from God. It satisfies the soul, and cleans the heart. It removes doubts and brings peace.


7. Your Calling Card to Communicate with you Lord
Humans are social creatures. We love to communicate with other intelligent life. The Qur'an tells us how to communicate with the source of all intelligence and the source of all life, the One God. The Qur'an tell us who God is, by what name we should address Him, and the way in which to communicate with Him.



 

The Holy Quran consists of 114 Surahs (Chapters). The second chapter is the largest, while the latter chapters are smaller in size. The Quran has been preserved in its original form in Arabic throughout the centuries. The Arabic recitation you will hear in this audio is the same that was revealed to Prophet Muhammad [peace be on him] more than fourteen hundred years ago. The Arabic in this Quran audio is recited by Shakir Qasmi, and the English translation is recited by Aslam Azhar. This English translation was written by Muhammad Marmaduke Pickthall.

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ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS:
M.H. Shakir
Abdullah Yusuf Ali
Maulvi Sher Ali
Dr. Muhsin Khan and
Dr. M. Taqi-ud-Din Al-Hilali

Marmaduke Pickthall
Dr. T.B.Irving.
Dr. Zohurul Hoque.
Fazlollah Nikayin.
E.H. Palmer.
Muhammad Sarwar
Muhammad Asadnew
Qur'an Subject Index
Transliteration of Qur'an
Phonetic Search of Qur'annew
Dictionary of the Qur’an.
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(2:286)
Our Lord! Lay not upon us such a burden as You did lay upon those before us. (2:286)


  Translation work on The Holy Qur'an:  
     

newIntroduction to the Koran
by A.J. Arberry.


 

(66:8)
Our Lord! Perfect our light for us and forgive us our sins, for verily You have power over all things. (66:8)


  Commentaries on The Holy Qur'an:  
 

Ulum al Quran - An Introduction to the Sciences of the Holy Qur'an
To properly grasp a message, one needs first of all to understand its contents exactly.
by Ahmad Von Denfer


Al-Mizan - An Exegesis of the Holy Qur'an.
The voluminous Qur'an commentary of 'Allamah Tabataba'i, the highly regarded 20th century scholar.

Introduction to Surah's of The Holy Qur'an.
By Syed Abu-Ala' Maududi.

Adwaa` ul Bayaan.
The well-known tafseer of
Imaam Muhammad al-Ameen ash-Shanqeetee



Tafseer Taqreeb al-Qur'an (Arabic).
by Ayatullah al-Sayyid Muhammad al-Husseini al-Shirazi

Tafseer Noor al-Thaqalayn (Arabic).
by Sheikh Huwayzi

Selected Tafsirnew
The Muslim woman scholar A'isha Bewley has translated and compiled from traditional sources useful commentaries on Surat al-Tawbah, selected ayahs from Surat al-Nur, and Surat al-Mulk.


An Enlightening Commentary into the Light
of the Holy Qur'an (Volume 1)

by A Group of Muslim Scholars.
(Version with transliterated text)


Al-Mizan fee al-Tafsir al-Qur'an (Arabic).
by Allamah Sayyid Muhammad Hussein al-Tabatabai.

Majma' al-Bayan fee Tafsir al-Qur'an (Arabic).
by Al-Fadhl bin al-Hussein al-Tabarsi.

In the Shade of the Qur'an (Fi Zilal al-Qur'an)
the well-known 20th Century tafsir written by Syed Qutb, the Egyptian Muslim activist and major figure of the Muslim Brotherhood. This online section consists of the commentary from Surah 78 until the end of the Qur'an.

Altafsir.com
A comprehensive Qur'anic resource (Arabic)

new tafsir.com
The full English translation of Tafsir Ibn Kathir


 

(3:193)
Our Lord! Behold we have heard a voice calling us unto faith: "Believe in your Lord" and we have believed. (3:193)


   

From The Holy Qur'an:

   

Evolution Deceit
Neither the laws of probability nor the laws of physics and chemistry offer any chance for the fortuitous formation of life.
The Holy Qur'an on Astronomy.
Any other seventh century book making statements about
the physical universe would surely contain mistakes.


The Koran, Interest and the Economy.
Muhammed A. Asadi analyzes, using modern knowledge and objective standards, what the effect of interest is on the economy.

Do we deserve the Quran?
If we do not learn from the Quran we do not deserve it.

 


 

60:4
Our Lord! In You we have placed our trust, and to You do we turn in repentance, for unto You is the end of all journeys. (60:4)

Scientists' Comments On The Qur'an

Extracts from the video This is the Truth by Sheikh Abdul-Majeed A. al-Zindani, Director, Project of Scientific Miracles in the Qur'an and Hadith, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

 watch videos here:

Quran: Comments by Top Scientists

http://www.scienceislam.com/scientists_quran.php

 

Keith L. Moore

 

Professor Emeritus, Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, University of Toronto. Distinguished embryologist and the author of several medical textbooks, including Clinically Oriented Anatomy (3rd Edition) and The Developing Human (5th Edition, with T.V.N. Persaud).

 

Prof. Moore presenting his research in Cairo.

Investigations in to the 'alaqa or leech-like stage.

Pro. Moore investigating the 'alaqah or leech stage.

 

Investigations into the leech stage.

Dr. Moore was a former President of the Canadian Association of Anatomists, and of the American Association of Clinical Anatomists. He was honored by the Canadian Association of Anatomists with the prestigious J.C.B. Grant Award and in 1994 he received the Honored Member Award of the American Association of Clinical Anatomists "for outstanding contributions to the field of clinical anatomy."


"For the past three years, I have worked with the Embryology Committee of King cAbdulaziz University in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, helping them to interpret the many statements in the Qur'an and Sunnah referring to human reproduction and prenatal development. At first I was astonished by the accuracy of the statements that were recorded in the 7th century AD, before the science of embryology was established. Although I was aware of the glorious history of Muslim scientists in the 10th century AD, and some of their contributions to Medicine, I knew nothing about the religious facts and beliefs contained in the Qur'an and Sunnah."[2]

At a conference in Cairo he presented a research paper and stated:

"It has been a great pleasure for me to help clarify statements in the Qur'an about human development. It is clear to me that these statements must have come to Muhammad from God, or Allah, because most of this knowledge was not discovered until many centuries later. This proves to me that Muhammad must have been a messenger of God, or Allah." [1]

Professor Moore also stated that:

"...Because the staging of human embryos is complex, owing to the continuous process of change during development, it is proposed that a new system of classification could be developed using the terms mentioned in the Qur'an and Sunnah. The proposed system is simple, comprehensive, and conforms with present embryological knowledge.

"The intensive studies of the Qur'an and Hadith in the last four years have revealed a system of classifying human embryos that is amazing since it was recorded in the seventh century A.D... the descriptions in the Qur'an cannot be based on scientific knowledge in the seventh century..."
[1]

 


E. Marshall Johnson

 

Professor and Chairman of the Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology, and Director of the Daniel Baugh Institute, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

 

 

Interview with Prof. Johnson.

Interview with Prof. Johnson.
Author of over 200 publications. Former President of the Teratology Society among other accomplishments. Professor Johnson began to take an interest in the scientific signs in the Qur'an at the 7th Saudi Medical Conference (1982), when a special committee was formed to investigate scientific signs in the Qur'an and Hadith. At first, Professor Johnson refused to accept the existence of such verses in the Qur'an and Hadith. But after a discussion with Sheikh Zindani he took an interest and concentrated his research on the internal as well as external development of the fetus.


"...in summary, the Qur'an describes not only the development of external form, but emphasises also the internal stages, the stages inside the embryo, of its creation and development, emphasising major events recognised by contemporary science."

"As a scientist, I can only deal with things which I can specifically see. I can understand embryology and developmental biology. I can understand the words that are translated to me from the Qur'an. As I gave the example before, if I were to transpose myself into that era, knowing what I do today and describing things, I could not describe the things that were described...

I see no evidence to refute the concept that this individual Mu
hammad had to be developing this information from some place... so I see nothing here in conflict with the concept that divine intervention was involved in what he was able to write..." [1]

T.V.N. Persaud

 

Professor of Anatomy, and Professor of Pediatrics and Child Health, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

 

TVN Persaud presenting a research paper in Cairo.

TVN Persaud presenting a research paper in Cairo.
Author and editor of over 20 books, and has published over 181 scientific papers. Co-author of The Developing Human (5th Edition, with Keith L. Moore). He received the J.C.B. Grant Award in 1991. Professor Peraud presented several research papers.


"It seems to me that Muhammad was a very ordinary man, he couldn't read, didn't know how to write, in fact he was an illiterate...

We're talking about 1400 years ago, you have some illiterate person making profound statements that are amazingly accurate, of a scientific nature...

I personally can't see how this could be mere chance, there are too many accuracies and like Dr. Moore, I have no difficulty in my mind reconciling that this is a divine inspiration or revelation which lead him to these statements."
[1]

Joe Leigh Simpson

 

Professor and Chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas, USA.

 

Prof. Simpson presenting a research paper.
He is the President of the American Fertility Society. He has received many awards, including the Association of Professors of Obstetrics and Gynecology Public Recognition Award in 1992. Like many others, Professor Simpson was taken by surprise when he discovered that the Qur'an and Hadith contain verses related to his specialized field of study. When he met with Sheikh Abdul-Majeed A.Zindani, he insisted on verifying the text presented to him from the Qur'an and Hadith.


"... these Hadiths (sayings of Muhammad) could not have been obtained on the basis of the scientific knowledge that was available at the time of the 'writer'... It follows that not only is there no conflict between genetics and religion (Islam) but in fact religion (Islam) may guide science by adding revelation to some of the traditional scientific approaches... There exist statements in the Qur'an shown centuries later to be valid which support knowledge in the Qur'an having been derived from God." [1]

Gerald C. Goeringer

 

Professor and coordinator of Medical Embryology in the Department of Cell Biology, School of Medicine, Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA.

 

Prof. Goeringer discussing the Qur'an and Embryology.
Sheikh cAbdul-Majeed A.Zindani met with Professor Goeringer and asked him whether in the history of embryology was there any mention of the different stages of embryonic development, or whether there existed any embryological texts at the time of the Prophet. Sheikh Zindani also asked his opinion regarding the terms the Qur'an uses to describe the different phases of fetal development. After several long discussions, he presented a study at the 8th Saudi Medical Conference:


"...In a relatively few ayahs (Qur'anic verses) is contained a rather comprehensive description of human development from the time of commingling of the gametes through organogenesis. No such distinct and complete record of human development such as classification, terminology, and description existed previously. In most, if not all instances, this description antedates by many centuries the recording of the various stages of human embryonic and fetal development recorded in the traditional scientific literature." [1]

Alfred Kroner

 

Professor of the Department of Geosciences, University of Mainz, Germany.

 

Interview with Prof. Kroner.
Professor Kroner is one of the world's most famous geologists, becoming well known among his colleague scientists for his criticisms against the theories of some of the major scientists in his field. Sheikh cAbdul-Majeed A. Zindani met with him and presented several Qur'anic verses and Hadith which he studied and commented upon.


"Thinking where Muhammad came from... I think it is almost impossible that he could have known about things like the common origin of the universe, because scientists have only found out within the last few years with very complicated and advanced technological methods that this is the case."

"Somebody who did not know something about nuclear physics 1400 years ago could not, I think, be in a position to find out from his own mind for instance that the earth and the heavens had the same origin, or many others of the questions that we have discussed here...

If you combine all these and you combine all these statements that are being made in the Qur'an in terms that relate to the earth and the formation of the earth and science in general, you can basically say that statements made there in many ways are true, they can now be confirmed by scientific methods, and in a way, you can say that the Qur'an is a simple science text book for the simple man. And that many of the statements made in there at that time could not be proven, but that modern scientific methods are now in a position to prove what Mu
hammad said 1400 years ago." [1]

Yushidi Kusan

 

Director of the Tokyo Observatory, Tokyo, Japan.

 

Interview with Prof. Yushidi Kusan - Director of the Tokyo Observatory.
Sheikh Abdul-Majeed A. Zindani presented a number of Qur'anic verses describing the beginnings of the universe and of the heavens, and the relationship of the earth to the heavens. He expressed his astonishment, saying that the Qur'an describes the universe as seen from the highest observation point, everything is distinct and clear.


"I say, I am very much impressed by finding true astronomical facts in Qur'an, and for us modern astronomers have been studying very small piece of the universe. We have concentrated our efforts for understanding of very small part. Because by using telescopes, we can see only very few parts of the sky without thinking about the whole universe. So by reading Qur'an and by answering to the questions, I think I can find my future way for investigation of the universe." [1]

Professor Armstrong

 

Professor Armstrong works for NASA and is also Professor of Astronomy, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, USA.

 

Professor Armstrong.  
Prof. Armstrong was asked a number of questions about Qur'anic verses dealing with his field of specialisation. He was eventually asked, "You have seen and discovered for yourself the true nature of modern Astronomy by means of modern equipment, rockets, and satellites developed by man. You have also seen how the same facts were mentioned by the Qur'an fourteen centuries ago. So what is your opinion?"

"That is a difficult question which I have been thinking about since our discussion here. I am impressed at how remarkably some of the ancient writings seem to correspond to modern and recent Astronomy. I am not a sufficient scholar of human history to project myself completely and reliably into the circumstances that 1400 years ago would have prevailed.

Certainly, I would like to leave it at that, that what we have seen is remarkable, it may or may not admit of scientific explanation, there may well have to be something beyond what we understand as ordinary human experience to account for the writings that we have seen." [1]


William Hay

 

Professor of Oceanography, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, USA.

 

Professor Hay.
Professor Hay is one of the best known marine scientist in the USA. Sheikh cAbdul-Majeed A. Zindani met with him and asked him many questions about the marine surface, the divider between upper and lower sea, and about the ocean floor and marine geology.


"I find it very interesting that this sort of information is in the ancient scriptures of the Holy Qur'an, and I have no way of knowing where they would have come from. But I think it is extremely interesting that they are there and this work is going on to discover it, the meaning of some of the passages."

And when he was asked about the source of the Qur'an, he replied, "Well, I would think it must be the divine being." [1]

Durja Rao

 

Professor of Marine Geology teaching at King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

 

Durja Rao, Professor of Marine Geology.
Sheikh Zindani presented to Prof. Rao many verses dealing with his area of specialisation, and asked: "What do you think of the existence of the scientific information in the Qur'an? How could Prophet Muhammad have known about these facts fourteen centuries ago?"


"It is difficult to imagine that this type of knowledge was existing at that time, around 1400 years back. May be some of the things they have simple idea about, but to describe those things in great detail is very difficult. So this is definitely not simple human knowledge. A normal human being cannot explain this phenomenon in that much detail. So, I thought the information must have come from a supernatural source." [1]

Professor Siaveda

 

Professor of Marine Geology, Japan.

 

Professor Siaveda.
Sheikh Zindani asked him a number of questions in his area of specialization, and then informed him of the Qur'anic verses and Hadith which mention the same phenomena he spoke of. One of the questions was concerning mountains. Sheikh Zindani asked him about the shape of mountains; and whether they were firmly rooted in the earth. "What is your opinion of what you have seen in the Qur'an and the Sunnah with regard to the secrets of the Universe, which scientists only discovered now?"


"I think it seems to me very, very mysterious, almost unbelievable. I really think if what you have said is true, the book is really a very remarkable book, I agree." [1]

Tejatat Tejasen

 

Chairman of the Department of Anatomy and is the former Dean of the faculty of Medicine, University of Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand.

 

Prof. Tejasen embraces Islam.
Professor Tejasen studied various articles concerning the Qur'an and modern embryology. He spent four days with several scholars, Muslims and non-Muslims, discussing this phenomenon in the Qur'an and Hadith. During the 8th Saudi Medical Conference in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia he stood up and said:


"In the last three years, I became interested in the Qur'an... From my studies and what I have learned throughout this conference, I believe that everything that has been recorded in the Qur'an fourteen hundred years ago must be the truth, that can be proved by the scientific means.

Since the Prophet Mu
hammad could neither read nor write, Muhammad must be a messenger who relayed this truth which was revealed to him as an enlightenment by the one who is eligible creator. This creator must be God, or Allah.

I think this is the time to say La ilaha illa Allah, there is no god to worship except Allah (God), Mu
hammad rasoolu Allah, Muhammad is Messenger of Allah...

The most precious thing I have gained from coming to this conference is La ilaha illa Allah, and to have become Muslim."
[1]

Dr. Maurice Bucaille

 

Born in 1920, former chief of the Surgical Clinic, University of Paris, has for a long time deeply interested in the correspondences between the teachings of the Holy Scriptures and modern secular knowledge.

 

Dr. Maurice Bucaille

Dr. Maurice Bucaille
He is the author of a best-seller, "The Bible, The Qur'an and Science" (1976). His classical studies of the scriptural languages, including Arabic, in association with his knowledge of hieroglyphics, have allowed him to hold a multidisciplinary inquiry, in which his personal contribution as a medical doctor has produced conclusive arguments. His work, "Mummies of the Pharaohs - Modern Medical Investigations" (St. Martins Press, 1990), won a History Prize from the Académie Française and another prize from the French National Academy of Medicine.

His other works include: "What is the Origin of Man" (Seghers, 1988), "Moses and Pharaoh, the Hebrews in Egypt", (NTT Mediascope Inc, 1994); and "Réflexions sur le Coran" (Mohamed Talbi & Maurice Bucaille, Seghers, 1989)


After a study which lasted ten years, Dr. Maurice Bucaille addressed the French Academy of Medicine in 1976 concerning the existence in the Qur'an of certain statements concerning physiology and reproduction. His reason for doing that was that :

"...our knowledge of these disciplines is such, that it is impossible to explain how a text produced at the time of the Qur'an could have contained ideas that have only been discovered in modern times."

"The above observation makes the hypothesis advanced by those who see Mu
hammad as the author of the Qur'an untenable. How could a man, from being illiterate, become the most important author, in terms of literary merits, in the whole of Arabic literature?

How could he then pronounce truths of a scientific nature that no other human-being could possibly have developed at that time, and all this without once making the slightest error in his pronouncement on the subject?"

Bibliography

[1] al-Zindani, Abdul-Majeed A, This is the Truth (video tape). Scientific Signs of the Qur'an and Sunnah containing interviews with various scientists. Available in Arabic, English, French, Urdu and Turkish. A full English transcript of this video with illustrations is also available: Al-Rehaili, Abdullah M., This is the Truth, Muslim World League, Makkah al-Mukarrammah, 1995. Also available on the web at:

[2] Moore, Keith L. and al-Zindani, Abdul-Majeed A., The Developing Human with Islamic Additions, Third Edition, W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, 1982, with Dar Al-Qiblah for Islamic Literature, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, 1983, page viiic. Limited Edition.

[3] Moore, Keith L., al-Zindani, Abdul-Majeed A., Ahmed Mustafa A, The Qur'an and Modern Science - Correlation Studies, Islamic Academy for Scientific Research, Makkah, Saudi Arabia. Reprinted by World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY), USA., 1990, ISBN 0-9627236-0-6. Collection of papers presented at a symposium sponsored by the Muslim Students Association, University of Illinois, May 1990.

[4] Moore, Keith L.; Johnson, E. Marshall; Persaud, T.V.N.; Goeringer, Gerald C.; Zindani, Abdul-Majeed A.; and Ahmed Mustafa A, Human Development as Described in the Qur'an and Sunnah, Commission on Scientific Signs of the Qur'an and Sunnah, Muslim World League, Makkah Al-Mukarramah, Saudi Arabia, 1992, ISBN 0-9627236-1-4. Collection of papers that were originally presented in the First International Conference on Scientific Signs of the Qur'an and Sunnah, held in Islamabad, Pakistan, 1987, and after some modifications and development, presented in their present form in Dakar, Sengal in July 1991.


 

44:12
Our Lord! Relieve us of the torment, for we do really believe. (44:12)


  The Holy Qur'an and Arabic:  
  The Dotting of a Script and the Dating of an Era: The Strange Neglect of PERF 558new
It is usually assumed that the dotting of the Arabic script
began with the advent of dotting of Qur'anic manuscripts.
However, recent observation on a 70 year old Arabic papyri
has shown conclusively that dotting was available
as early as 22 AH, perhaps even earlier.


Qur'ânic Orthography
The Written Representation of the Recited Text of the Qur'ân by Professor M A S Abdel Haleem
The Qur'ân As Literature.
Professor Mustansir Mir introduces the often neglected
aspect of the Qur'ân i.e., the Qur'ân as literature and
illustrates this aspect with some interesting examples.


newThe Qur'ânic Story of Joseph: Plot, Themes, and Characters.
This article deals with the literary aspects and themes
of the Qur'ânic story of Joseph. The Qur'ânic story
is neatly structured on the analogy of the literary-rhetorical
device of al-laff wa 'l-nashr 'alâ 'l-'aks
(involution and evolution in reverse).


The Arab Academy.
The world's first and only professional site for learning
Arabic and the Holy Qur'an.


 

 (7:89)
Our Lord! Lay open the truth between us and our people, for You are the best of all to lay open the truth. (7:89)


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(2:201)
Our Lord! Grant us good in this world and good in the life to come and keep us safe from the torment of the Fire (2:201)


     
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(2:286)
Our Lord! Take us not to task if we forget or fall into error. (2:286)


  Recitation of The Qur'an:  
 

Du'a Khatm al-Qur'an
A supplication to be recited following the completion
of recitation of the Qur'an
 


 

(2:250)
Our Lord! Bestow on us endurance and make our foothold sure and give us help against those who reject faith. (2:250)


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Shaykh Muhammad Siddiq Al-Minshawi
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Qur'anic Recitation with Urdu translation.
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Electronic Reciter version 2.0.
Comprehensive Interactive Recitation facility
(Flash-based Programme).


Complete Holy Qur'an in Arabic 1.2 (Palm OS 3.5)
Finally, a text searchable version of the Holy Qur'an is available to the Muslim world in Arabic on your Palm, powerd by APOS, the OS of choice for serious Arabic palm users.

Mobile Qur'an (Yasin) 1.0 (Palm OS 3.5)new
Whether you have a Palm, a Clie, a Visor, or a WorkPad, now you can carry the Holy Qur'an with you. This freeware version allows you to read Surah Yasin (36) from the Holy Qur'an.

Al-Qur'an Al-Kareem Radio Station
Directly broadcast from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Six Year old Qur'anic Genius
Syed Muhammed Hussein Tabatabai, the child prodigy.

Kitabullah.comnew
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Qur'anic Recitation with English translation.
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Qur'anic Recitation with English translation.
Shaykh Muhammad Ayub & J.D. Hall
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(3:8)
Our Lord! Let not our hearts deviate from the truth after You have guided us, and bestow upon us mercy from Your grace. Verily You are the Giver of bounties without measure. (3:8)


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 2. Al Baqara ( 286 ) A
 2. Al Baqara ( 286 ) B
 2. Al Baqara ( 286 ) C
 2. Al Baqara ( 286 ) D
 3. Aal e Imran ( 200 ) A
 3. Aal e Imran ( 200 ) B
 4. An Nisa ( 176 ) A
 4. An Nisa ( 176 ) B
 5. Al Meada ( 120 ) A
 5. Al Meada ( 120 ) B
 6. Al Anaam ( 165 ) A
 6. Al Anaam ( 165 ) B
 7. Al Araf ( 206 ) A
 7. Al Araf ( 206 ) B
 8. Al Anfal ( 75 )
 9. At Taubah ( 129 )
 10. Yunus ( 109 )
 11. Hud ( 123 )
 12. Yusuf ( 111 )
 13. Ar Rad ( 43 )
 14. Ibrahim ( 52 )
 15. Al Hijr ( 99 )
 16. An Nahl ( 128 )
 17. Al Isra ( 111 )
 18. Al Kahf ( 110 )
 19. Maryam ( 98 )
 20. Taha ( 135 )
 21. Al Ambiya ( 112 )
 22. Al Hajj ( 78 )
 23. Al Mumenoon ( 118 )
 24. An Noor ( 64 )
 25. Al Furqan ( 77 )
 26. Ash Shuara ( 227 )
 27. An Naml ( 93 )
 28. Al Qasas ( 88 )
 29. Al Ankaboot ( 69 )
 30. Ar Room ( 60 )
 31. Luqman ( 34 )
 32. As Sajda ( 30 )
 33. Al Ahzab ( 73 )
 34. Saba ( 54 )
 35. Fatir ( 45 )
 36. Ya Seen ( 83 )
 37. As Saaffat ( 182 )
 38. Sad ( 88 )
 39. Az Zumar ( 75 )
 40. Ghafir ( 85 )
 41. Fussilat ( 54 )
 42. Ash Shura ( 53 )
 43. Az Zukhruf ( 89 )
 44. Ad Dukhan ( 59 )
 45. Al Jathiya ( 37 )
 46. Al Ahqaf ( 35 )
 47. Muhammad ( 38 )
 48. Al Fath ( 29 )
 49. Al Hujraat ( 18 )
 50. Qaf ( 45 )
 51. Adh Dhariyat ( 60 )
 52. At tur ( 49 )
 53. An Najm ( 62 )
 54. Al Qamar ( 55 )
 55. Al Rahman ( 78 )
 56. Al Waqia ( 96 )
 57. Al Hadid ( 29 )
 58. Al Mujadila ( 22 )
 59. Al Hashr ( 24 )
 60. Al Mumtahina ( 13 )
 61. As Saff ( 14 )
 62. Al Jumua ( 11 )
 63. Al Munafiqoon ( 11 )
 64. At Taghabun ( 18 )
 65. At Talaq ( 12 )
 66. At Tahrim ( 12 )
 67. Al Mulk ( 30 )
 68. Al Qalam ( 52 )
 69. Al Haaqqa ( 52 )
 70. Al Maarij ( 44 )
 71. Nooh ( 28 )
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 73. Al Muzzammil ( 20 )
 74. Al Muddathir ( 56 )
 75. Al Qiyama ( 40 )
 76. Al Insan ( 31 )
 77. Al Mursalat ( 50 )
 78. An Naba ( 40 )
 79. An Naziat ( 46 )
 80. Abasa ( 42 )
 81. At Takwir ( 29 )
 82. Al Infitar ( 19 )
 83. Al Mutaffifin ( 36 )
 84. Al Inshiqaq ( 25 )
 85. Al Burooj ( 22 )
 86. At Tariq ( 17 )
 87. Al Ala ( 19 )
 88. Al Ghashiya ( 26 )
 89. Al Fajr ( 30 )
 90. Al Balad ( 20 )
 91. Ash Shams ( 15 )
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 96. Al Alaq ( 19 )
 97. Al Qadr ( 5 )
 98. Al Bayyina ( 8 )
 99. Al Zalzala ( 8 )
 100. Al Adiyat ( 11 )
 101. Al Qaria ( 11 )
 102. At Takathur ( 8 )
 103. Al Asr ( 3 )
 104. Al Humaza ( 9 )
 105. Al fil ( 5 )
 106. Quraish ( 4 )
 107. Al Maun ( 7 )
 108. Al Kauther ( 3 )
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 110. An Nasr ( 3 )
 111. Al Masadd ( 5 )
 112. Al Ikhlas ( 4 )
 113. Al Falaq ( 5 )
 
 

 

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