I'm not Arab and reading Arabic was something new; I would stumble over words, make mistakes and get bored and frustrated.
Why a non-Muslim should know the Quran
The Quran is undeniably a book of great importance even to the non-Muslim, perhaps more today than ever, if that is possible.
How the Quran shapes the brain
While learning the Quran, the careful attention to listening and pronunciation of verses stimulates an area of the brain located in the temporal lobe.
A servant of God will remain standing on the Day of Judgment until he is questioned about his (time on earth) and how he used it; about his knowledge and how he utilized it; about his wealth and from where he acquired it and in what (activities) he spent it; and about his body and how he used it.
- Prophet Muhammad
Born in about 570 CE in the Arabian city of Mecca, at the age of 40 Muhammad was visited by Gabriel and received his first revelation from God.
The Miracle of the Quran
Shaykh Yasur Qadhi is the Dean of Adademic affairs at The Al Maghrib Institute.
Reconnect to the Quran
Dr. Tariq Ramadan speaks on "The Quran's Response to Modern Challenges".
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