History Literature / TheQuran

20th Jan '17 3:23:38 AM antareja987
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***But the concept of woman modesty itself is different in islam. A women can only show her face and hand, and wear clothes that hide her body figure, IN public. But, they can chose if they want abide or not, with the usual consequence.
20th Jan '17 3:12:29 AM antareja987
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** The "tolerance with non-Muslims" part is also given credence by the fact that an uncle of the Prophet Muhammad itself, Abu Talib, was a devout Christian and chose not to convert to Islam, despite supporting his nephew's sermons. He is never demonized by anyone for being this, either, even to the most ardent and zealous believers.

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** The "tolerance with non-Muslims" part is also given credence by the fact that an uncle of the Prophet Muhammad itself, Abu Talib, was a devout Christian kuffar, but he afraid about his social position and chose not to convert to Islam, despite supporting his nephew's sermons.sermons, even until his death. He is never demonized by anyone for being this, either, even to the most ardent and zealous believers.
12th Jan '17 3:38:14 AM Silverblade2
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* [[OurGeniesAreDifferent Our Jinns Are Different]]: Well, they were made from smokeless fire for one thing. Like humans and unlike angels, they have free will, which means they can be good or evil, follow different religions, marry, etc... They are usually invisible to humans. The Qur'an's stance on them is essentially [[DontTouchItYouIdiot Leave 'em Alone, You Idiot!]]

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* [[OurGeniesAreDifferent Our Jinns Are Different]]: OurGeniesAreDifferent: Well, they were made from smokeless fire for one thing. Like humans and unlike angels, they have free will, which means they can be good or evil, follow different religions, marry, etc... They are usually invisible to humans. The Qur'an's stance on them is essentially [[DontTouchItYouIdiot Leave 'em Alone, You Idiot!]]
4th Dec '16 7:16:06 AM UngodlyGod
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*** The modern Christian concept of Trinity still counts as syirk, since Christians consider Isa/Jesus to be part of God or God Itself. Syirk does not just mean ascribing partners to God, but also ascribing limitations upon God, which is unacceptable since the Lord God is beyond all things. Also it is not Allah/Isa/Marium but Allah/Isa/Jibrail, since Jibrail is described as Ruh al-Kuds, the Holy Spirit.
4th Dec '16 7:06:26 AM UngodlyGod
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* MysticalPregnancy: Isa (Jesus) is recognized as being born from a virgin, Maryam (Mary). He's also identified as the Messiah (''Mahdi'') who will come back to defeat ''Dajjal'' (Antichrist) at TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.

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* MysticalPregnancy: Isa (Jesus) is recognized as being born from a virgin, Maryam (Mary). He's also identified as the Messiah (''Mahdi'') (''al-Masih'') who will come back to defeat ''Dajjal'' (Antichrist) at TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.
2nd Dec '16 11:19:19 PM Xtifr
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The '''Qur'an''' is a [[SacredLiterature holy text]] of [[UsefulNotes/{{Islam}} the Islamic faith]], the first and smallest text in the Islamic trilogy with the Sira[[note]]The stories of Muhammad's life, basically biographies.[[/note]] and the Hadiths[[note]]The collected words and actions of Muhammad[[/note]] being the other eighty four percent of it. The Qur'an differs from the Jewish and Christian [[Literature/TheBible Bible]], in that the work is not a collection of various other works, but rather a collection of sayings in verse attributed to Allah/God given to UsefulNotes/TheProphetMuhammad via the ArchangelGabriel. Think of it as ''God: The Collected Poems'', or perhaps as the Psalms of Islam.

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The '''Qur'an''' Qur'an is a [[SacredLiterature holy text]] of [[UsefulNotes/{{Islam}} the Islamic faith]], the first and smallest text in the Islamic trilogy with the Sira[[note]]The stories of Muhammad's life, basically biographies.[[/note]] and the Hadiths[[note]]The collected words and actions of Muhammad[[/note]] being the other eighty four percent of it. The Qur'an differs from the Jewish and Christian [[Literature/TheBible Bible]], in that the work is not a collection of various other works, but rather a collection of sayings in verse attributed to Allah/God given to UsefulNotes/TheProphetMuhammad via the ArchangelGabriel. Think of it as ''God: The Collected Poems'', or perhaps as the Psalms of Islam.
29th Nov '16 1:21:33 PM N1KF
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The '''''Qur'an''''' is a [[SacredLiterature holy text]] of [[UsefulNotes/{{Islam}} the Islamic faith]], the first and smallest text in the Islamic trilogy with the Sira[[note]]The stories of Muhammad's life, basically biographies.[[/note]] and the Hadiths[[note]]The collected words and actions of Muhammad[[/note]] being the other eighty four percent of it. The Qur'an differs from the Jewish and Christian Bible, in that the work is not a collection of various other works, but rather a collection of sayings in verse attributed to Allah/God given to UsefulNotes/TheProphetMuhammad via the ArchangelGabriel. Think of it as ''God: The Collected Poems'', or perhaps as the Psalms of Islam.

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The '''''Qur'an''''' '''Qur'an''' is a [[SacredLiterature holy text]] of [[UsefulNotes/{{Islam}} the Islamic faith]], the first and smallest text in the Islamic trilogy with the Sira[[note]]The stories of Muhammad's life, basically biographies.[[/note]] and the Hadiths[[note]]The collected words and actions of Muhammad[[/note]] being the other eighty four percent of it. The Qur'an differs from the Jewish and Christian Bible, [[Literature/TheBible Bible]], in that the work is not a collection of various other works, but rather a collection of sayings in verse attributed to Allah/God given to UsefulNotes/TheProphetMuhammad via the ArchangelGabriel. Think of it as ''God: The Collected Poems'', or perhaps as the Psalms of Islam.
26th Nov '16 2:19:11 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* OurJinnsAreDifferent: Well, they were made from smokeless fire for one thing. Like humans and unlike angels, they have free will, which means they can be good or evil, follow different religions, marry, etc... They are usually invisible to humans. The Qur'an's stance on them is essentially [[DontTouchItYouIdiot Leave 'em Alone, You Idiot!]]

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* OurJinnsAreDifferent: [[OurGeniesAreDifferent Our Jinns Are Different]]: Well, they were made from smokeless fire for one thing. Like humans and unlike angels, they have free will, which means they can be good or evil, follow different religions, marry, etc... They are usually invisible to humans. The Qur'an's stance on them is essentially [[DontTouchItYouIdiot Leave 'em Alone, You Idiot!]]
2nd Nov '16 4:54:50 PM DustSnitch
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* SpeaksFluentAnimal: In Sunni and Shi'a accounts, Muhammad is said to have conversations with camels, birds, and other animals.



* TakeThat: Even though The Qur'an has a lot of {{Continuity Nod}}s towards the Gospels and the Torah, no love is lost toward [[CorruptChurch those who exploited or -Allah forbid!- altered the texts just to gain political power]].

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* TakeThat: TakeThat:
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Even though The Qur'an has a lot of {{Continuity Nod}}s towards the Gospels and the Torah, no love is lost toward [[CorruptChurch those who exploited or -Allah forbid!- altered the texts just to gain political power]].



* {{Talking Animal}}s[=/=]SpeaksFluentAnimal: In Sunni and Shi'a accounts, Muhammad is said to have conversations with camels, birds, and other animals.
2nd Nov '16 4:50:38 PM DustSnitch
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* {{Retcon}}: Called abrogation, which means latter verses that supposedly contradict earlier ones invalidate those before them. This is because the Qur'an was recorded under a twenty three year period and during that time Muhammad's instructions changed according to circumstance. Since the Qur'an is not listed in chronological order what exactly is abrogated is not clear without help from other text such as those in the Hadith. It is obvious the whole Qur'an abrogates the Old and New Testaments however.

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* {{Retcon}}: Called abrogation, which means latter later verses that supposedly contradict earlier ones invalidate those before them. This is because the Qur'an was recorded under a twenty three year period and during that time Muhammad's instructions changed according to circumstance. Since the Qur'an is not listed in chronological order what exactly is abrogated is not clear without help from other text such as those in the Hadith. It is obvious the whole Qur'an abrogates the Old and New Testaments however.
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