Muslims believe that God’s revelation in the Quran (also known as the holy book) was revealed by prophets who lived thousands of years ago.
While the Quran has been around for more than 5,000 years, it was not until the 16th century that scholars were able to fully understand it.
Nowadays, many Muslims believe the Quran is a compilation of stories that were written by different people over a long period of time.
There are many interpretations of the Quran, and some believe that it is more of a set of stories than a complete, universal text.
These differing views can be a source of controversy among scholars, who often disagree over what is being revealed and what isn’t.
Some Muslims believe certain verses of the Holy Quran contradict others.
The Quran is also a commentary on the life of Muhammad.
Here are eight verses from the Quran that people who don’t follow the religion may find controversial.
Allah said: “My servant, when you hear the noise, you will say: There is a Messenger of Allah, and he is the best of men.”2.
Allah has said: “There are some people who say: Allah is the creator of everything and has made everything.”3.
The Messenger of God is the only one who has sent down the word of Allah from the throne of his majesty to his followers, and whoever is in authority over them is the Messenger of the Lord.”4.
Allah’s word is better than the world’s word, and it is the duty of the world to protect it.5.
Allah says: ‘Those who disbelieve in the Messenger are of those who have disbelieved in the prophets before them.
They are the ones who believe in Allah and His messenger.6.
The Prophet Muhammad is the last of the prophets.7.
Allah commands: If you wish, I will send down to you a prophet from amongst the prophets and you will worship him.8.
Allah sent his son-in-law, Muhammad, to Medina to lead the Muslims out of the Arabian Peninsula.
He was killed by the enemy during the battle of Uhud.
The Muslim people were then forced to flee.