Qurʾan / القرآن الكريم

Qurʾan / القرآن الكريم

The Quran (English pronunciation: /k?r???n/; Arabic: ?????? al-qur??n, IPA: [qur??a?n], literally meaning "the recitation"), also transliterated Qur'an, Koran, Al-Coran, Coran, Kur'an, and Al-Qur'an, is the central religious text of Islam, which Muslims believe to be the verbatim word of God (Arabic: ????, Allah). The Quran is composed of verses (Ayat) that make up 114 cha The Quran (English pronunciation: /k?r???n/; Arabic: ??????? al-qur??n, IPA: [qur??...

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Title:Qurʾan / القرآن الكريم
ISBN:Moses (Bible), Abraham (Bible), Adam (Bible), Jesus, Mary (mother of Jesus)
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Huda Aweys للأسف طبعا موش دا الحل اننا ندفن راسنا زي النعامه لأن لو شيلناه هما هيرجعوا يحطوه هما بيعتبروه من امهات كتب الأديان و الروحانيات و التاريخ و الأدب…moreللأسف طبعا موش دا الحل اننا ندفن راسنا زي النعامه لأن لو شيلناه هما هيرجعوا يحطوه هما بيعتبروه من امهات كتب الأديان و الروحانيات و التاريخ و الأدب !
الحل ان كلنا كمسلمين ندي القرآن خمس نجوم و يبقى دا موقف بمعنى ان مافيش كتاب تاني نديله خمس نجوم و يبقى على الأقل اخدنا موقف قصاد تعنتهم دا و عدم احترامهم لمعتقدات الغير (less)
Yahya Alshamy What difference does it make if someone calls the Author Anonymous or God? It really doesn't matter. We muslims are sure it's from God so it doesn't…moreWhat difference does it make if someone calls the Author Anonymous or God? It really doesn't matter. We muslims are sure it's from God so it doesn't matter what others say. But to allow it to officially be written by God means the Bible, Torah, and many other books will claim the same. Then you would have to create a user for "God" and put every theistic religion in "God's" books. basically it's going to be a joke. Anonymous is way better in my opinion.(less)

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Average rating 4.34
Edition Language:Arabic
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:604 pages pages

Qurʾan / القرآن الكريم Reviews

  • Sina
    Mar 27, 2007
    One Day I Will Understand it Perfectly!!! ...
  • lamarcus brown
    Apr 16, 2007
    It's the Koran. Even if, like me, you are not religious you should still read the Koran since it is such a big part of this world. If for no other reason than to have some sort of understanding into what everyone is talking about and fighting over and if you are religious, if you are C...
  • Erin
    Apr 26, 2007
    If you only ever in your entire life read one book, read this one. I promise you, it is unlike anything else you'll ever read. ...
  • Neal
    Jun 13, 2007
    This book was one of the most amazing books that I have ever read. It changed my whole perspective on the muslim people. I had a very positive view of the Muslim people and their beliefs after reading this. ...
  • Doris
    Sep 04, 2007
    what I learned from this book is that Islam is NOT what they say it is in the media and that it is also not what the radicals claim it is. The Qur'an is the perfect companion to our own Holy Bible. ...
  • Mariam saleh
    Oct 16, 2007
    A book for life, a book for the next life, a book for all eternity, unspoken by man, engulfed by humanity but indiscribable of any earthly tongue. I cannot let you understand it, but i can invite you to feel it... ...
  • Bryce
    Feb 16, 2008
    The Holy Qu'ran is a fascinating read. While I am not Muslim, I appreciate the impact this text has had on world history. The writing style and structure of the book is extremely interesting. I feel like after having read the Suras, I have gained a great appreciation for the roughly on...
  • Tim Franzen
    Jan 07, 2008
    I found this a lot easier to read then the bible. It's also a lot shorter.Anyone concerned with the state of modern Islam should read this inspiring text. As wityh the bible there are parts that are clearly outdated and even offensive. One must really imagine life a very long time ago,...
  • O
    Jul 10, 2008
    In my quest to read and form my own opinion about the world's holy books, The Koran was, for me, the most tedious yet. It took me months to slog through. In terms of moral guidance it is nearly useless, as a source of transcendental inspiration or as far as espousing meaningful or even...
  • Werner
    Mar 10, 2008
    Note, May 22, 2013: Some of the discussion below convinced me that I should add a couple of clarifying sentences, which I've just done. With the current controversies over the projected "Ground Zero" mosque and the threatened Koran burning, a review of the Koran (also spelled Quran;...
  • Alireza
    May 14, 2008
    who am I to say my opinion about this Miracle ...
  • ♥ Ibrahim ♥
    Jul 09, 2009
    No more of this book! You may wonder why no more with this book. Well, Turn to page 54 of this book, and read the fourth chapter, verse 34, and put yourself in my place when you discover this books permits the male to beat the woman, just because she is not a male. Here is the whole ve...
  • Shelli
    Sep 29, 2008
    Everyone should read this book at least once in their lifetime. I think it's especially critical given the conflict between Islam and the West. ...
  • Nil
    Jan 27, 2009
    Say: "can the blind be held equal to the seeing?" Will ye then consider not? "Enam, 50" ...
  • Manny
    Mar 28, 2011
    Have other people noticed that the Qur'an is listed here as being by Allah, whereas the Bible is by "Anonymous"? If I were a Christian, I think that would leave me feeling just a little annoyed. _________________________________________ Since I posted this review, the entry has bee...
  • Manny
    Sep 30, 2013
    The more I think about the current Goodreads policy on "author behavior", the more bemused I feel. At first, I was reluctant to believe that Goodreads could actually be following advice from StGRB, a notorious crank site. It seemed too much like a conspiracy theory. But the picture eme...
  • Syed Misbahuddin
    Jan 18, 2009
    QURAN Quran (means recitation in Arabic) Muslims recite the whole book once during the month of Ramazan, this is happenning since 1428 years now, some people recite this once everyday, some once every week. It has 114 chapters (Sura) This book is in Arabic language. Quran is a...
  • yellow tree
    Feb 11, 2009
    i am not going to rate it, because it can't be approximated enough; and for the same reason i'm not going to say much about it either. just this: it changed my life. to the good. ...
  • Anum
    Jul 19, 2009
    This is one book that I will never be finished reading. I believe no one can be finished with it unless they understand it fully and completely and then implement it fully and completely in their lives. As that is near to impossible unless Allah wills it, I will never be changing the s...
  • Marcio Tomazela
    Feb 15, 2010
    My Noble Qur'an is Arabic with Meanings translated to Portuguese(Br). Amazing interesting and free of misteries. Islam goes straight to the point, based on science and logic. "Bi?sm All?h ar-ra?m?n ar-ra??m" (?in the name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate?). ...
  • Jimmy
    Sep 03, 2010
    This book has been one of the biggest reading disappointments of my life. It starts off with the line: "This Book is not to be doubted." My brain is my second favorite organ. Why would I want to hang it up on a rack while I read the Koran? Of course, I am going to doubt it if I feel it...
  • Zadignose
    Jul 19, 2017
    Like the Bible, but more so. Things you might want to know about the Quran: -It's far more organic to the Bible than you probably think. The Quran effectively positions itself as the latest revelation from the God of Abraham, and a sort of warning/correction for those people of t...
  • Haleema
    Jul 01, 2011
    This is awkward. Well, I'm a Muslim. Therefore, I will find this the best book in the history of civilization. =) ...
  • RB
    Aug 24, 2011
  • Soad
    Aug 25, 2011
    The holy Quran is a book that everyone should read no matter the religion but it should be read in its original language, like most books that are translated it loses flavor when its not.The Arabic language when read has many different meanings and when translated it loses those,so u g...
  • Jeruen
    Jun 09, 2011
    I've been raised as a Christian, pretty much from the very beginning. After 25 years, I decided to call it quits and identify as an atheist. There are plenty of reasons I have for making that decision, but one day, I thought, that those reasons were all due to my reactions against Chri...
  • Huda Aweys
    Aug 25, 2013
    ????? ???? ????? ?????? ?????? ? ?? :) .. ?????? :) ?? ..... God is Merciful .. Most Merciful, The King, The peace, The dominant, The mighty, The Creator .. God has a beautiful names as a whole, is not (unknown), is (one Lord) for Christians and...
  • Markus
    Jan 30, 2016
    In the turbulent age we live in, it seems appropriate to give this book a go. Almost all the visible influences of Islam that I have seen have been negative. As a historian, I am faced with the unfortunate series of events where the advent of this religion and its spread through the...
  • Romie
    Jun 24, 2017
    I won't rate it, because it's a holy book, and since when can you judge a holy book? Plus, I'm Jewish, it's not my place to ?judge? the Qur'an. I found it interesting to see all the things we, Jews and Muslims, have in common. It helped me understood way better what I was reading....
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