By Shawqī Abū Khalīl

An real selection of the Qur'anic details with Maps, Tables and images This Atlas is new in its topic, a subject matter that has no longer been touched earlier than. It is helping whoever recites the Quran or stories it to specify the destinations pointed out by means of the Noble Verses, and to mark these locations of old humans pointed out within the Qur'an. this can be along with finding components the place the incidents of the prophetic Seerah happened. finally the diligent reader will simply realize these areas, find out about them, and take heed of them whereas reciting. ultimately the diligent reader will simply realize these locations, find out about them, and take heed of them whereas reciting. The Atlas has additionally published vague areas we used to go through inattentively, just like the web site the place Nuh's Ark settled, the location of the curved Sand-hills {Al Ahqah}, the cave of the younger devoted males, the homes of median, the location of Sodom and different locations made up our minds through the Atlas reckoning on trustworthy assets. therefore the Atlas removes the entire guessing and the fantasies we used to come across while reciting the Noble Koran, and takes us to the categorical position.

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Through clear proofs, the distinction is now clear between the people of Ibrâhim, the people of Ya'qoob (Israel), the people of Musa asB, the Jews, and the Hebrews. This point requires further explanation. The term 'Hebrew' (Abri) was used approximately 2000 years before the start of the Christian calendar. But it was also used before that for Arab tribes that lived i n the northern part of the Arabian Peninsula, i n the deserts of Ash-Sham; it was also used for other Arab tribes that were settled i n the surrounding area.

They worshiped a number of idols: 43 Wudd, Suwa', Yaghuth, Ya'uq, and Nasr [refer to the map that shows the places of idols and images in the Arabian Peninsula]. Ibn 'Abbas 4b said, "They [also] took to worshiping an idol that was called Al-Hattar. The people of A d that were destroyed are referred to as the 'first people of A d ' ; as for the 'second people of A d / they are the inhabitants of Yemen from Qahtan, Saba, and their descendents. But it is also said that the 'second people of A d ' are none other than the people of Thamud.

And we are not believers in you. " He said: " I call Allah to witness and bear you witness that I am free from that which you ascribe as partners i n worship w i t h H i m (Allah). So plot against me, all of you, and give me no respite. I put my trust i n Allah, m y Lord and your Lord! There is not a moving (living) creature but He has the grasp of its forelock. Verily, my Lord is on a Straight Path (the truth). So if you turn away, still I have conveyed the Message w i t h which I was sent to you.

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