World's smallest Quran in china

By: Khadija Chinese

BEIJING, China: A copy of holy Quran kept in Ningxia Museum in China's Ningxia province has been identified as the world's smallest Quran, state media reported Friday.

The mini Quran, weighing 1.1 grams, and just 19.6 millimeters long (0.77 inches), 13.2 millimeters wide (0.52 inches) and 6.1 millimeters thick (0.24 inches), is printed in tiny Arabic characters.

A researcher from the museum Xinyu said that the Quran was a full version and can be read only under a microscope. According to Xinyu a Chinese Muslim brought the Quran to China from Mecca in Saudi Arabia, but its origin and details of its history were unknown.


Some miracles of the Holy Quran

By: Ahmad Ali

1) The word Iblis, the one Allah condemned, is repeated in the text of the Holy Quran 11 times, reference to seeking refuge with Allah against him is also repeated 11 times, Mashallah.

2) The word museeba, meaning catastrophe or tragedy and its derivatives are all repeated 75 times, while the word shukr meaning thanks-giving to Allah, is also repeated 75 times, Subhanalla

3) The word harb, meaning war and its derivatives are all repeated 6 times, so is the word asra, meaning captives, and its derivatives, Mashallah.

4) The word hayat, meanig life, and its derivatives are repeated 145 times, so is the word mawt, meanig death, and its derivatives, Mashallah

5) The year is comprised of 365 days, therefore the word yawm, day, is repeated 365 times. The word shahr, month, is repeated 12 times, and the word sa'a, hour, is repeated 24 times, equal to the number of hours in one day. Subhanallah

6) The verb sajada, meaning bowing down, is repeated in the Quran 34 times, this is number of prostrations (sajdas) in the five daily prayers. The total number of rekat is 17 and there are 2 rekat per each prostration, hence the number 34, Subhanallah.

7) The noun salawat (plural of salat) is repeated throughout the Quran 5 times only, equal to the number of the required daily prayers, Subhanallah.

8) The word fard, meaning obligatory and its derivatives is repeated 17 times throughout the Quran, which is the number of the rekat of the daily prayers, Subhanallah

9) The word mash, meaning to wipe or rub, occurs in 3 verses. this number equals the compulsory number of times of wiping during the performing of wudu, Subhanallah

10) The word quibla has occured 7 times throughout the Quran, which is the same number of the times of tawaf round the sacred quibla in the Kaba. Subhanallah.

11) The word araja, and its derivatives, meaning ascending to heavens, are repeated 7 times in the Quran, the number equal to the 7 heavens, Subhanallah

These facts and more can be found in the book "Allah, the concept of God in Islam" written by Yasin T. Al-Jibouri (english)


Muntakheb Ul  Aqwaal
"Knowledge is better than wealth because it protects you while you have to guard wealth. it decreases if you keep on spending it but the more you make use of knowledge ,the more it increases . what you get through wealth disappears as soon as wealth disappears but what you achieve through knowledge will remain even after you." MORE..
(Hazrat Ali Ibne Abi Talib (A.S)

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