Koran

[ US /kɔˈɹɑn/ ]
NOUN
  1. the sacred writings of Islam revealed by God to the prophet Muhammad during his life at Mecca and Medina
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How To Use Koran In A Sentence

  • Gabriel was despatched to him with that short chapter of the Koran, which we call the ninety-fourth, beginning with the words Travels in Arabia
  • It's usually defined as any religion that sticks very closely to a fundamental text (the Bible, Koran, Torah) and claims to have extracted some universal and inarguable truths.
  • And in the past 20 years some Islamic states, notably Iran and Pakistan, have tried to reimpose the Koranic ban—in practice, that is(Sentencedict), to make bankers find ways round it.
  • The Koran describes paradise as a place containing a garden of delight.
  • The "overture" - the missionary's initial bonding with Muslims via discussion of the Koran - is precision-engineered to undermine their allegiance to Islam. GetReligion
  • Leather bags carrying a copy of the Koran are slung over their shoulders.
  • The Koran describes paradise as a place containing a garden of delight.
  • The Koran speaks of the advent of the Prophet as a mercy to the entire universe.
  • They don't worship a Power that is actually great enough to create the intricacies of the natural world, but rather a golden calf called the inerrant Bible or the inerrant Koran. The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
  • When Mohammed opened the wilderness of the Arabian desert he carried the Koran in one hand and a sword in the other.
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