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Miracle of Quran

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Miracle of Quran

Miracle of Quran

The translation of the verse, I have just recited is

اِنَّا نَحْنُ نَزَّلْنَا الذِّكْرَ وَاِنَّا لَهٗ لَحٰـفِظُوْنَ‏

"Verily, We Ourself have sent down this Exhortation, and most surely We will be its Guardian." Chapter 15 Verse 10

Qur'an is full of miracles and it is itself a miracle as it is mentioned in the verse I have just recited. We Muslims consider Qur'an, as the word of God and a miracle. The Qur'an claims that it has been revealed by Allah, as a perfect copy of what was written in heaven and existed there from all eternity. That's why the verses of the book are referred as ayaat, which also means "miracles" in the Arabic language. Even non Muslims such as SIR WILLIAM MUIR, DR. MAURICE BUCAILL, BOSWELL SMITH, VON GOETHE, BERNARD SHAW, SIR THOMAS CARLYLE and RVC BODLEY and many more admit that the Qur'an is no ordinary thing and is full of miracles.

The matchless style of the Qur'an and the superior wisdom in it are definite evidence that it is the word of God. In addition, the Qur'an has many miraculous attributes proving that it is a revelation from God. One of these attributes is the fact that a number of scientific truths that we have only been able to uncover by the technology of the 20th century were stated in the Qur'an which was revealed 1,400 years ago. Of course the Qur'an is not a book of science; however, many scientific facts that are expressed in it are extremely concise and fulfill the modern discoveries. These facts could not have been known at the time of the Qur'an's revelation,

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