Atlas of the Qurʼān: places, nations, landmarks by Shawqī Abū Khalīl

By Shawqī Abū Khalīl

An real choice of the Qur'anic info with Maps, Tables and images This Atlas is new in its topic, an issue that has no longer been touched sooner than. It is helping whoever recites the Quran or reviews it to specify the destinations pointed out by way of the Noble Verses, and to mark these locations of historical humans pointed out within the Qur'an. this is often in addition to finding parts the place the incidents of the prophetic Seerah happened. ultimately the diligent reader will simply realize these areas, find out about them, and take heed of them whereas reciting. ultimately the diligent reader will simply realize these locations, find out about them, and take heed of them whereas reciting. The Atlas has additionally printed imprecise areas we used to go through inattentively, just like the web site the place Nuh's Ark settled, the location of the curved Sand-hills {Al Ahqah}, the cave of the younger trustworthy males, the homes of median, the positioning of Sodom and different locations made up our minds via the Atlas reckoning on trustworthy resources. hence the Atlas gets rid of the entire guessing and the fantasies we used to come across while reciting the Noble Koran, and takes us to the categorical position.

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Surely, they are going to meet their Lord, but I see that you are a people that are ignorant. A n d O my people! Who w i l l help me against Allah, if I drove them away? Will you not then give a thought? A n d I do not say to you that w i t h me are the Treasures of Allah, nor that I know the Ghaib (Unseen); nor do I say I am an angel, and I do not say of those whom your eyes look down upon that Allah w i l l not bestow any good on them. Allah knows what is i n their inner selves (as regards belief).

It was said: " O N u h (Noah)! " (Qur'ân 11: 25-48) sA-te -^jyj^ t_J' iij ® ^ \oas\*) jr^yj Ciy^r y&j b-Lp L^-"^ OÎ-O f çj> 4 ¿4 J-^J 4® u)-^ Ofe^ IJLSO® Jil; bt s** The people of Nùh (Noah) denied (their Messenger) before them. " and he was insolently rebuked and threatened. " So, We opened the gates of the heaven w i t h water pouring forth. A n d We caused springs to gush forth from the earth. So, the waters (of the heaven and the earth) met for a matter predestined. And We carried h i m on a (ship) made of planks and nails, Floating under Our Eyes, a reward for h i m who had been rejected!

Then the descendents of Musa's people embraced the language, culture, and customs of Kan'an; those descendents deviated from the teachings and Shari'ah of Musa SiS, and it is they who, from that time onward, became known as Jews. The word 'Jew' was used for those who remained from the people of Yahudha, those who were taken as captives and led to Babel, 586 years before the beginning of the Christian calendar. As captives who were mixing i n a new culture, they developed a new dialect that was based on Aramaic, and it is w i t h that dialect that they 63 wrote the Torah that is w i t h us now; they had composed it while they were prisoners in Babel, approximately 800 years after the time of Musa #¿9.

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