Jump to content
Islamic Forum

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'koran'.

More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • Reception Lounge
    • Introduce Yourself
    • All-in-one Forum
    • Comments & Suggestions
    • How to use this forum
    • Forum Announcements
  • Islamic Forums
    • Islamic Discussions
    • Refuting non-Muslims
    • Islamic-Western Dialogue
    • Islam Q&A
    • Islam In Your Country
    • I've Just Reverted (Converted) to Islam
    • Islamic hOt ContEstS!
    • Islamic Video & Audio
    • Short Fatwa
    • Ramadan, Eids, Hajj seasons
  • Islamic Forums in Other Languages
    • Islam auf Deutsch - Islamisches Forum
    • Islam en Español - Foro Islámico
    • المنتدى الإسلامى
    • Islam en Français - Forum Islamique
    • Islam på Svenska - Islamisk Forum
    • Islam in het Nederlands - Islamitisch Forum
    • 伊斯兰教在中国 - 伊斯兰论坛
  • General Forums
    • Political Front
    • News Room
    • Sisters' Room
    • Brothers' Room
    • General Chat
    • Counselling Room
    • Polling Station
    • Just for Fun
    • Sports
    • Competitions
  • IF Library - Islamic Section
    • Islamic Download - Free eBooks!
    • The Greatest Book on Earth!
    • Prophet Muhammad
    • Prophets, Biographies, and Islamic History
    • Avoid All Sects and Cults
    • Jihad & Misconceptions
    • Islamic Readings
    • Islamic Friday Sermons
    • Islamic Book Club
    • Islamic Gallery
    • Islamic Locations
    • Stories Of The Prophets
  • IF Community
    • Dua Corner
    • Personal Announcements
    • Coming Events
    • For Sale
    • Wanted
    • Shopping tips
    • Job Market
    • Blog archive
    • Islamic Workshop
  • IF Library - General Section
    • Learn Arabic
    • Islamic Kitchen
    • Islam & Your Health
    • Poems and Stories
    • Islamic Songs
    • Computer Room
    • Study Room
    • Islamic Link Exchange
    • Handy Web Pages
  • Muslim Webmaster
    • Free Islamic Webmasters' Services
    • Contact us
  • Stuff

Found 9 results

  1. This is a pdf Mushaf that you can read online. Its in Arabic text. There are 2 versions, one with an Arabic meaning of the words as side notes, and the other version has the side notes showing the English meanings. The Color Coded Tajweed Quran. The idea behind this concept is to make reciting the Quran correctly so easy for those who do not know the rules of tajweed (rules of reciting the Quran) by coloring the word’s letter that contains a Tajweed rule, so as the reader recites the Quran; he/she will be able to apply the correct Tajweed rule through the color of the letter. All you have to note while reading is just 4 colors, without having to learn any tajweed rules. There are four main colours: · Red: indicates a long/short vowels. · Green: indicates the nasal (Ghunnah) · Dark Blue: used for letters to be emphatically pronounced · Light Blue: used for the sound of Qualqualah (plosive sound) · Gray: used to indicate the letters that are not to be pronounced Mushaf Al Tajweed in Arabic (with English meanings): http://www.gawaher.com/1/online-pdf-books/tajweed-en.html This copy of the Holy Qur'an clarifies its words and meanings by providing English explanations in the margins of the Arabic text. In this Mushaf, letters related to the Tajweed rules are distinguished within the text by the use of colors indicating areas of slow recitation. This technique helps simplify the rules of recitation for the reader in order to encourage and facilitate correct Qur'anic recitation. ------------------------------------------------------------- Mushaf Al Tajweed in Arabic (with Arabic meanings): http://www.gawaher.com/1/online-pdf-books/tajweed-ar.html This copy of the Holy Qur'an clarifies its words and meanings by providing Arabic explanations in the margins of the Arabic text. In this Mushaf, letters related to the Tajweed rules are distinguished within the text by the use of colors indicating areas of slow recitation. This technique helps simplify the rules of recitation for the reader in order to encourage and facilitate correct Qur'anic recitation.
  2. To receive a free copy of Quran with English translation (individuals only), please write to: amjad.tasneem.foundation[at]gmail.com
  3. King Fahd Complex Qur'anic Manuscripts Collection --------- ----- --- - (Posted for Educational Purpose Only)
  4. BOOK Qur'an Transliteration Click on the link below: Transliteration of the Noble Quran (Best Quality).pdf Format: PDF Quality: Best (You can copy texts from it) Size: 1.61 MB Pages: 523
  5. Please only answer the post if you are a native speaker of Arabic. I am only interested in native speakers opinions, not even people that have studied Arabic for many years. The question is simple, the Koran verse 4:34 when talking about disobident wives, it suggest the following action should be taken against them (among other things): إضربوهن What does this mean? The traditional translation is that it means to hit them: YUSUFALI: beat them (lightly) PICKTHAL: scourge them SHAKIR: beat them But I have read a few places online that it could have another meaning not connected with physical violence of any sort. So I was interested in knowing what actual native Arabic speakers think it means and what propertion of native Arabic speakers think it could mean something else. Thanks everyone.
  6. The New Site (Big Screen) Click the Book Type (نوع المصحف) button to select from the books available. =================>>>> Scroll
  7. The Holy Quran with a Translation of It's meanings into English and French Recited by Mustafa Allahuny ===================== سورة الفاتحة Chapter 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9PPMImFrnw&feature=player_embedded ============= سورة البقرة Chapter 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQQBRpDdlTM&feature=player_embedded ============= سورة آل عمران Chapter 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YayLvF3UKc&feature=player_embedded ============= سورة النساء Chapter 4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HU0Oo_p5kWc&feature=player_embedded ============= سورة المائدة Chapter 5 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8uBeIpoZZk&feature=player_embedded ============= سورة الأنعام Chapter 6 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fs8q-k8Wrmw&feature=player_embedded ============= سورة الأعراف Chapter 7 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZRutRG9jYw&feature=player_embedded ============= سورة الأنفال Chapter 8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=chlCvhztmgQ&feature=player_embedded ============= سورة التوبة Chapter 9 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUmcLAdOl98&feature=player_embedded ============= سورة يونس Chapter 10 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lMvdJEdxQLE&feature=player_embedded
  8. Most Common Islamic Misconceptions By Beconvinced, Daniel Masters, Isma'il Kaka, Robert Squires Published in Other Islamic Refutations Published on Aug. 22, 2008 Misconception # 1: Muslims worship a different God First of all, there is only One God who created the Universe and all of mankind. Throughout history, people have created false gods in their minds and come up with false ideas about Almighty God, but regardless of this there is still only One True God - and He alone is worthy of worship. Unfortunately, some non-Muslims have come to incorrectly believe that Muslims worship a different God than Jews and Christians. This might be due to the fact that Muslims sometimes refer to God as "Allah", but also because over the centuries there have been many lies and distortions spread by the enemies of Islam. In actuality, Muslims worship the God of Noah, Abraham, Moses and Jesus --- the same God as Christians and Jews. The word "Allah" is simply the Arabic word for Almighty God and it is the same word that Arabic speaking Christians and Jews use to refer to God. If you pick up an Arabic translation of the Christian Bible, you will see the word "Allah" where "God" is used in English. For more information on the word "Allah", please read: Who is Allah? But even though Muslims, Jews and Christians believe in the same God, their concepts about Him differ quite a bit. For example, Muslims reject the idea of the Trinity or that God has become "incarnate" in the world. Also, the teachings of Islam do not rely on or appeal to "mystery" or "paradox" --- they are straightforward and clear. Islam teaches that God is Merciful, Loving and Compassionate and that He has no need to become man (nor do humans need for Him to). One of the unique aspects of Islam is that it teaches that man can have a personal and fulfilling relationship with Almighty God without compromising the transcendence of God. In Islam there is no ambiguity in Divinity --- God is God and man is man. Muslims believe that God is the "Most Merciful", and that he deals directly with human-beings without the need of any intermediary. Actually, the phrase "In the Name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful" is one of the most repeated verses in the Holy Qur'an. Additionally, the pure and straightforward teachings of Islam demand that Almighty God be approached directly and without intermediaries. This is because Muslims believe that God is completely in control of everything and that He can bestow His Grace and Mercy on His creatures as He pleases - no Atonement, Incarnation or blood sacrifice is necessary. In summary, Islam calls people to submit to the One True God and to worship Him alone.
  9. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6rHL3tqBy4&feature=player_embedded