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Reality of ‘Missing’ Qur’anic Verse on Suckling

Waqar Akbar Cheema Abstract The article is about examining details of the saying of ‘Aisha of which a narration mentioned in Sahih Muslim has been used by critics to cast aspersions on the completeness of Qur’anic preservation in writing after the Prophet. Cross examining various narrations of ‘Aisha’s report on five-sucklings as proof required to establish foster relationship it has ... Read More »

Muslim Studies on Qur’anic Manuscripts

Ijaz Ahmad On September 27, 2014 Jay Smith debated Dr. Shabir Ally on the topic “Which is the Word of God: The Bible or the Qur’an?” In this debate he made bold claims about the Qur’an. Br. Ijaz Ahmad from Trinidad & Tobago produced a document with a detailed response to him highlighting his mistakes and lies. The following is ... Read More »

No. of Surahs in the Mushaf of Ibn Masud

Download pdf here Waqar Akbar Cheema Abstract One of the arguments used by Orientalist and Missionary critics of Islam to cast aspersions on Qur’anic preservation is related to the fact that the beloved companion of the Prophet Ibn Mas‘ood chose not to write three of the 114 surahs in his copy of the Qur’an. In order to understand why he ... Read More »

Seven Ahruf: Review of Contemporary English Explanations

Gabriel Al-Romaani Abstract Since the appearance of Orientalism in the English language and the propagation of Islamic knowledge through the Western languages, the Qur’an has been attacked in every way. Primary reason why the Orientalists have spread misconceptions about Islam and have been able to mislead many is their failure put in their best to appreciate the fuller details of ... Read More »

No. of Surahs in Ubayy’s Mushaf

Download pdf here Waqar Akbar Cheema Abstract Critics of Islam find it hard to believe that the Qur’an was perfectly preserved, so rather than examining the evidence that proves that it was, they often create arguments using very weak evidence to prove that it was not consistently preserved. Through a careful examination of their evidence, it is clear that they ... Read More »

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