Category Archives: The Noble Qur’an

The Inimitability of the Qur’anic Rhetorical Style Part 2.

By Dr. Nabil A Haroon Source : Qu’ran, The Miracle of Islam Chapter 2 3/4   The Inimitability of the Qur’anic Narratives  1        The unity of their objectives to achieve three aims: Proving both the Revelation and prophethood, providing admonition and lessons, and emphasizing the unity of the heavenly messages. 2        The eloquence of mentioning only the details […]

The Inimitability of the Qur’anic Rhetorical Style Part1.

By Dr. Nabil A Haroon Source : Qu’ran, The Miracle of Islam Chapter 3 It has been proven that Arabs failed throughout all the times and places to introduce what can be said to match the miraculous nature of the Qur’an or of any of its surahs.  This is despite the facts that the Arabs were […]

Facts of History .

By Dr, Nabil A haroon Source : Qu’ran, The Miracle of Islam Chapter 11 11/1  Historical Approach     The Holy Qur’an repeatedly incites people to travel the earth in order to discover the relics of previous nations and to inductively consider history and Allah’s ways. This methodology was not attained by historians until the end of the […]

The Prophet and the Revelation Part 2.

By Dr. Nabil A Haroon Source : Qu’ran, The Miracle of Islam 2/3 The Impossibility that the Prophet (SAWS) has been taught the Qur’an by a human teacher Suppose Muhammad (SAWS) has learnt the Qur’an from a human teacher; to which of the human circles would that teacher have possibly belonged? Could it be the pagans or the illiterate? […]

The Prophet and the Revelation Part 1.

By Dr. Nabil A Haron Source: Qu’ran, The Miracle of Islam Chapter 2 This chapter attempts to prove, through incidents of the Prophet’s (SAWS) seerah,[5] that the Qur’an was neither written by the Prophet (SAWS), nor any one at his time. The Prophet’s (SAWS) role was to only receive the scripture, comprehend it and know it by […]

Qur’an: Whose Speech is It? Part 2

By Dr. B=Nabil A Haroon Source : Qu’ran, The Miracle of Islam Chapter 1 1/4 Purpose of Using Various Speech Styles in the Qur’an  As was mentioned previously, speech styles in the Qur’an do not vary or change haphazardly.  On the contrary, this variation occurs in precision according to the context, the intended meaning, the […]

Qur’an: Whose Speech is It? Part 1

By Dr. Nabil A Haron Source : Qu’ran, The Miracle of Islam 1/1 The Basic Issue: When each one of us embarks with this mission, which Allah (SWT) and the Prophet (SAWS) charged us with, to call anyone to Islam, whether he is atheist, Buddhist, Hindu, Christian, Jewish, or secular, we address each one with the language he understands […]

Linguistic Inimitability

BY Dr. Nabil Haroon Main Points Verbal Inimitability: –         The perfection in selecting every word in such a way that they present the meanings with the utmost accuracy and fulfillment of purpose that could not be realized by any other words. –         The accurate selection of synonyms. That is to say, that there is a distinction between […]

Introduction to I’jāz al-Qur’ān, Part 1: The Miraculous Nature of the Qur’an.

The-Inimitable-Quran-Proofs-of-Prophethood-Series By Shaykh Suleiman Hani This article serves as the first essay in a series on the topic of iʿjāz al-Qur’ān, the miraculous nature of the Qur’an, and addresses the foundations of iʿjāz, its history, scope, and facets, as well as an introduction to the literary miracle of the Qur’an. The subsequent essay addresses the inimitability of the […]