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    •  80 Percent Words English for Quran
      80 Percent Words English for Quran
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      80 Percent Words English for Quran

      80 Percent Words English for QuranRate this post 80 Percent of Qur’anic Words (Classified word lists for easy memorization) This booklet is prepared to provide some help in fulfilling the above mentioned objectives. Please keep the following points in mind while studying this booklet.

    • The importance of Surah al-Ikhlas
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      The importance of Surah al-Ikhlas

      The importance of Surah al-IkhlasRate this post By: Hojjat al-Islam Muhsin Qara’ati In the prayer, after Surah al-Fatihah, one of the surahs of the Qur’an must be recited. The person praying might choose any surah; of course, with the exception of the four surahs in which prostration is obligatory. Among the surahs recited in prayer, […]

    • The Way To The Holy Quran
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      The Way To The Holy Quran

      The Way To The Holy QuranRate this post Written By: Khurram Murad Islamic Foundation Basic Prerequisites Bringing Gratitude and Praise Third: Make yourself constantly alert with intense praise and gratitude to your Lord for having blessed you with His greatest gift – the Qur’an – and for having guided you to its reading and study. Once […]

    •  Excerpts from the Holy Qur’an, an Eternal Guidance to Mankind
      Excerpts from the Holy Qur’an, an Eternal Guidance to Mankind
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      Excerpts from the Holy Qur’an, an Eternal Guidance to Mankind

      Excerpts from the Holy Qur’an, an Eternal Guidance to MankindRate this post A text highlighting the directives given by Allah (swt) in the Holy Qur’an in context of various subjects that touch the day-to-day lives of every Muslim in particular and for that matter every human being in general.       Source: al-islam.org

    • Who frowned the blind man?
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      Who frowned the blind man?

      Who frowned the blind man?Rate this post Written by Ali A. Khalfan In The Name of Allah, The Beneficent, The Merciful At least everyone is in agreement that the verses 80:1-10 refer to an incident in Mecca when Abdullah bin Umm Maktum, a blind man, came to a gathering where the Prophet was talking to […]

    •  Understanding the Uniqueness of the Qur’an
      Understanding the Uniqueness of the Qur’an
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      Understanding the Uniqueness of the Qur’an

      Understanding the Uniqueness of the Qur’anRate this post History and Human Evolution (Lecture 1) The subject of our discussion is the meaning of evolution in history, or in other words, man’s social evolution and progress. Men of science assume two types of evolution for man: one of which is biological evolution, about which you may […]

    •  The Islamic System of Judiciary in the Qur’an
      The Islamic System of Judiciary in the Qur’an
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      The Islamic System of Judiciary in the Qur’an

      The Islamic System of Judiciary in the Qur’anRate this post It has been stipulated in fiqh that adjudication has certain criteria which the judge may not violate. These include: evidence or oath, the oath given on weak and inconclusive evidence (qasamah in cases of lawth), the knowledge of the judge, or admission, where the judge […]

    •  Wudu’ (Ablution) in the Holy Qur’an and the Hadith
      Wudu’ (Ablution) in the Holy Qur’an and the Hadith
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      Wudu’ (Ablution) in the Holy Qur’an and the Hadith

      Wudu’ (Ablution) in the Holy Qur’an and the Hadith3 (60%) 1 vote One of the rules on whose necessity and conditions for performing the five daily (obligatory) prayers all the Muslims have consensus is the purity (Taharah). One for whom the obligatory bathing (Ghusl) is not necessary can accomplish purifying by ablution.

    • Argument as regards Compulsion and Delegation
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      Argument as regards Compulsion and Delegation

      Argument as regards Compulsion and DelegationRate this post Source: Al-Mizan by Allamah Tabatabai Every species is related to a particular type of action and reaction. In fact it is these special characteristics which identify the species as such. We looked at various kinds of actions and reactions emanating from various groups. Our reason told us […]

    • A Survey of the Verses of the Holy Qur’an
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      A Survey of the Verses of the Holy Qur’an

      A Survey of the Verses of the Holy Qur’anRate this post Written By: Dr. Ghalam Hussain Heidari Even in the shortest Chapter of the Quran, prayer exists: Sura Kawthar is the shortest chapter in the Quran which has three verses including ten words and forty-three characters. One of the important characteristics of Kawthar which makes […]

    • The Holy Qur’an: the Fountainhead of the Sciences
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      The Holy Qur’an: the Fountainhead of the Sciences

      The Holy Qur’an: the Fountainhead of the SciencesRate this post By: Ibrahim B. Syed, PhD President Islamic Research Foundation International, Inc. 7102 W. Shefford Lane Louisville, KY 40242-6462, U.S.A. Introduction The Qur’an is a book of guidance; among its several names is Kitab al-Hikmah or the Book of Wisdom. The verses of the Qur’an are […]

    •  Imamate And Infallibility of Imams In The Qur’an
      Imamate And Infallibility of Imams In The Qur’an
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      Imamate And Infallibility of Imams In The Qur’an

      Imamate And Infallibility of Imams In The Qur’anRate this post This text presents an eye opening read on one of the most important yet controversial topics within Islam, that being the important subject of Imamate and infallibility of the Imams (as). This beautifully written book is compiled of solid, logical and reasonable proofs pertaining to […]

    •  A Study of Polytheism and Idolatry in the Qur’an
      A Study of Polytheism and Idolatry in the Qur’an
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      A Study of Polytheism and Idolatry in the Qur’an

      A Study of Polytheism and Idolatry in the Qur’anRate this post This text presents an analysis of polytheism with respect to God and idols, using the Holy Quran as reference. It also studies idolatry with respect to resurrection and refutes that concept logically while explaining the essence of monotheism.     Source: al-islam.org

    •  Heart of Quran
      Heart of Quran
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      Heart of Quran

      Heart of QuranRate this post HEART OF QURAN; A Commentary on Surah Yasin A tradition that all commentators have quoted from reliable books, states that everything has a heart and the heart of Quran is (Surah) Yasin.[1] When we consider the totality of the organs of body as one unit, its center is the heart. From this […]

    •  Introduction to the Science of Tafsir
      Introduction to the Science of Tafsir
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      Introduction to the Science of Tafsir

      Introduction to the Science of Tafsir3.5 (70%) 4 votes Introduction to the Science of Tafsir of the Qur’an: A discussion of the rules governing the interpretation of the Holy Qur’an. This brief treatise deals with an important question in Ulumul Qur`an: the rules governing the interpretation of the Qur`an. It comes from the pen of Ayatullah Shaykh Jaffar Subhani, […]

    • Zawahir al-Qur’an: The Authority of the Book’s Literal Meanings
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      Zawahir al-Qur’an: The Authority of the Book’s Literal Meanings

      Zawahir al-Qur’an: The Authority of the Book’s Literal MeaningsRate this post Written By: Grand Ayatullah Sayed Abul Qasim Al-Khoei Translated from the Arabic by Mujahid Husayn The author is one of the maraji (legal authorities) of the Shi’i world and one of the most eminent figures in the world of contemporary Islamic scholarship. The translation given […]

    •  Lessons from Quran
      Lessons from Quran
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      Lessons from Quran

      Lessons from Quran4 (80%) 1 vote Compilation of the series of lectures on a wide variety of topics falling under the five principles of faith, that were delivered to a select group of young men over a long period of time by Ustad Mohsin Qara’ati.

    •  On the Dichotomy Between Muhkam and Mutashabih
      On the Dichotomy Between Muhkam and Mutashabih
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      On the Dichotomy Between Muhkam and Mutashabih

      On the Dichotomy Between Muhkam and Mutashabih2.6 (52.17%) 23 votes In Qur’anic studies, the expression (MuĄkam) is the antonym of (MutashĀbih). The controversy, however, among Qur’anic exegetes is about the meaning of MutashĀbih and the mode of reading or rather the linguistic analysis of Q3:7 and whether Qur’an scholars share with God the knowledge of […]

    • Great Contribution of Shi’ites to the Quranic Sciences
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      Great Contribution of Shi’ites to the Quranic Sciences

      Great Contribution of Shi’ites to the Quranic SciencesRate this post Author : Imam Reza Network Shi’ite Authors on the Quranic Jurisprudence(Ahkam-ul-Quran) The first person to write on this subject was Muhammad bin Sa’ib al-Kalabi who was a companion of Imam Muhammad Baqir(A.S.). Ibn-un-Nadim counted him among the books written in this connection, a book Ahkam-ul-Quran […]

    •  The Qur’an Made Simple
      The Qur’an Made Simple
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      The Qur’an Made Simple

      The Qur’an Made SimpleRate this post The Qur’an Made Simple with concise commentary (parts.28-30,Volume.10) The volume you have before you is a translation of parts of the Noble Qur’an, and of a commentary by the Grand Ayatollah Imam Sayyid Muhammad Husayni Shirazi, entitled Taqiib al-Qur’iin ilal-Adhhiin…!

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