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Atlas of the Qurʼān : places, nations, landmarks

Author: Shawqī Abū Khalīl
Publisher: Riyadh ; New York : Darussalam, 2003.
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Helps to those whoever recites the Qur'an or studies to specify the locations mentioned by the Noble Verses, and to mark those places of ancient people mentioned in the Qur'an. This atlas enables to  Read more...


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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Abū Khalīl, Shawqī
Atlas of the Qurʼān.
Riyadh ; New York : Darussalam, 2003
Material Type: Atlas
Document Type: Map
All Authors / Contributors: Shawqī Abū Khalīl
ISBN: 9960897540 9789960897547
OCLC Number: 56835902
Language Note: English and Arabic.
Notes: "An authentic collection of the Qurʼānic information, with maps, tables and pictures."
Description: 1 atlas (392 pages) : color illustrations, color maps ; 25 cm
Cartographic Mathematical Data: Scales differ.
Contents: A Note From The PublisherPrefaceAdamThe Two Sons of Adam: Qabil and HabilIdrisHudSalih and the Dwelling places of ThamudIbrahimIshaq and Isma'ilLotYa'qubYusufShu'aibMusaHarunIlyas and Al-YasaaDawudSulaimanAyyubDhul-KiflYunusZakariyyaYahyaIsaLuqman, The WiseIram Dhatul-ImadThe Dwellers of Ar-RassThe People of TubbaYa-juj and Ma'JujHarut and Marut in BabylonThe Dwellers of the TownThe people of The CaveThe Sabians (The Apostates)The Magians (Magus)Sail - ArimThe People of The DitchThe Prople of The GardenThe Owners of The ElephantThe Winter and Summer JourneysWadd, Suwa, Yaghuth, Ya'uq, Al-Lat, Al-Uzza and ManatAdnal-Ard (The Nearest or Lowest Land)The Fiq And The Olive, Mount Sinai, And The City of Security(Makkah)The Mother of Towns (Makkah Al-Mukarramah)Makkah Al-Mukarramah ( An Uncultivated Valley)The Two TownsAnd Whosoever Leaves his Home as an Emigrant unto Allah And His Messenger and then Death overtakes himThe Jinn Of Nasibain (From the Jinn of the Island)The Neighborhood Whereof We Have Blessed The Farthest Mosque (Jerusalem)The Hijrah (The Migration from Makkah to Al-Madinah)Masjid Quba (Masjid Whose Foundation Was Laid on Piety)The Unit of Abdullah ibn Jahsh that was sent to Batn NakhlahThe Greater Battle of BadrBanu QainuqaThe Battle of Uhud (15th of Shawwal, 3H)Hamra Al-Asad (16th of Shawwal, 3H)Banu An-Nadir (Rabi' Al-Awwal, 4H)The Jews of Khaibar "They believe in Jibt and Taghut (false deites)."Al-Khandaq (The Battle of the Confederates; Shawwal,5H)Banu Quraizah (Dhul-Qa'dah,5H)Al-Muraisi' The Battle of Bani Al-Mustaliq (Sha'ban,5H)Khaibar (Al-Muharram,7H)Umratul-Qada'(Make-up or Compensatory Umrah for not having been able to perform it the previous year)(Dhil-Qa'dah,7H)Mu'tah Expetition The Army of The Umara'(Leaders)(Jumada Al-Ulhah,8H)The Makkah Conquest (The 10th of Ramadan, in the Year 8H)Hunain and At-Ta'ifTabuk:The Battle of Al-Usrah (Rajab,9H)The Greatest Day (9H)The Apostate Wars (11-12 H)The Eleven Armies and Leaders of the Apostate WarsAppendixReferences
Responsibility: compiled by Shawqi Abu Khalil.


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