Ijazah Quran Reading
Although it is proving that the Ijazah Quran Reading text of the Qur’an has preserved unaltered, intact to this day. How can we know that these words have their origin in God and not in any other source? This invites us to verify the authenticity, authorship, or the source of the Koran.
About the literary fatherhood of the Koran. God reveals literally (i.e., word for word) to Muhammed, peace is upon him, as Muslims believe. However, those who do not support this position, cannot have any difference with Muslims about the fact that Muhammad is the first one who recited the Quran, an Arab born in Mecca, in the 7th century AD. And as has demonstrated Ijazah Quran Reading previously, never change since then in the text of this book.
(Ijazah Quran Reading)The origin of the Quran
The first evidence exhibited by Muslims regarding the Divine origin of the Qur’an is contained in the Qur’an itself, that is, we refer to this Ijazah Quran Reading effect to the Qur’an itself, but this evidence can be belittled by skeptics, since almost any of the Qur’anic passages may indicate that the scripture in question is the revelation of God. We, therefore, force ourselves to use reason and objectivity to look for “external” evidence about the divine source of the Qur’an.
The proposed Ijazah Quran Reading structure is simple for the presentation of this “external” evidence. Maybe in the process of elimination is where we will get the answer to the question: “Who is the author of the Koran?”. – Eliminating all alternative answers to this question that are unlikely. In other words, we will have defined who is (or at least) will achieve an approximation to the most probable author or the source of the Qur’an. So it may be convenient to start by eliminating alternative candidates that are unacceptable.
Some of the orientalists have several contradictory opinions held about the source of the Koran. The following list presents the “possible” authors and reflects the main theories:
2) Some poet or poets (Arabic / s), scholars, etc.,
3) Satan (or other deceptive “spirits” or “strangers,” etc.).
Now, we can proceed to examine in a more intimate study the Koran. And history, to see how credible or not these theories are.
Muhammad: illiterate and uneducated
The fact that Muhammad neither knew how to read nor knew how to Ijazah Quran Reading write is well known. And has not contradicted, even his non-Muslim contemporaries knew this, and neither do contemporary historians question it. He did not have any instruction or teacher of any kind.He had not even known to compose poetry orally, not even prose.
The Koran, with its omnivorous laws and its lack of any inconsistencies in the text, has greatly even recognized by non-Muslim scholars. Its pages deal with social, economic, political and religious legislation,narrates events in history, shows examples of the universe, speaks of living beings, of thought, of interpersonal relationships of people, war, peace, marriage, worship, business, and everything that relates to the life – without contradicting the principles that the Qur’an itself feels.
The Koran has never revised Ijazah Quran Reading or corrected because this text never had or will ever need any revision or correction. How was an Arab person of the seventh century present these questions from such diverse areas?. Without formal education and even without the ability to read?. What material may have existed in your environment that informed you of these issues?. Where and when has history found in an uneducated, illiterate the author of a script?. Did this ever happen?.
The Known Integrity of Muhammad
Muhammad was known for his sincerity, truthfulness, and integrity; he was even nicknamed “Al-Amin” (The Faithful) by his community before he claimed to be a prophet. It was never known that he had said a single lie. And many modern Western Orientalists had admitted that Muhammad has a deeply sincere conviction that the text was revealed to him by God himself.
If his integrity had questioned, and it could have assumed that he acted out of the desire for personal glory in producing the Qur’an. Why then would he deny literary authorship and instead say that it was a text from God? Especially Ijazah Quran Reading when the pagan mechanics had granted that no one could produce such a scripture. His enemies had offered him the government of Mecca and whatever opulence he wanted in exchange for which, he would stop reciting that book. If it were true that he desired his glory and became powerful. Why would he reject the offer when he appeared before him and instead prefer a life of humility, simplicity, persecution, sanctions, and even hostile attack from him?. Those who rejected the One-God Message?
Also, would it be reasonable to believe that if Ijazah Quran Reading Muhammad wrote the Qur’an to achieve power for himself, he would criticize some of his attitudes in the text? For example:
Oh, Muhammad! You frowned and turned your back on the blind man when he appeared before you. It refers to when ‘Abdullah Ibn Umm Maktum, who was blind, interrupted his preaching to the nobles of Quraish.
“And remember, O Muhammad! When you said to Zaid Ibn Hârizah whom Allah had graced with Islam. And you had favored freeing him from slavery: Stay with your wife, and fear Allah; you concealed what Allah would make manifest because you feared what people would say, but Allah is more worthy to be feared. When Zaid ends the conjugal bond, and his ex-wife has concluded with the waiting time after the divorce. We will grant it to you in marriage so that the believers have no impediment to marry the ex-wives of their adopted children if they decide to separate from them. And know that Ijazah Quran Reading this is a precept of Allah that must be obeyed.
There are other verses to which we can refer, such as chapter 18, verses 23-24, and others. Why would he be ashamed of himself, if he could have omitted or modified the verses of the Qur’an?. They were certainly not to their advantage if their goals had been power and prestige. The existence of such verses only proves that Muhammad was, in fact, a true and sincere Messenger of God!