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Oyster
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Oyster asked in Society & CultureHolidaysRamadan · 1 decade ago

Muslims can you plz tell me about ' LOH E QURANI ' ?

it is not told in holy Quran that's why being questioned by non-believers ?

but it's interpreted by scholars, i know .

plz tell what ever you know ?

Update:

All are good !

I want more info over it , plz ?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Even scholars say:

    ((None but Allaah know their meanings))

    They are those letters which occur at the beginning of Surahs:

    ○○http://www.a1realism.com/ENGLISH/misunderstand/faq...

    ○○http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muqatta%27at

    They are also called Muqatt'aat

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  • 4 years ago

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  • Shah
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    1 decade ago

    Its an allegorical description of the GUARDING / PROTECTION of the Quran.

    God has appointed guards on the Quran. So that the "INSINCERE" cannot understand it. And they tend to fly AWAY from it. This has been termed as a Protected Lohe-Quran.

    Just how this happens, see the following:

    Ref.: 56:75 to 79

    Ref.: 17:45 & 46

    Ref.: 18:57

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    1 decade ago
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