📘 Book Title Animals In The Glorious Quran Relating Their Own Stories
👤 Book AuthorAhmad Bahjat
🖨️ Total Pages328
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🌐 LanguageEnglish
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Animals In the Glorious Quran Relating Their Own Stories

ANIMALS IN THE GLORIOUS QURAN RELATING THEIR OWN STORIES

Book Contents

  • Introduction.  
  • The Sons of Adam and the Crow.  
  • Salih’s Camel.  
  • Ibrahim’s Birds.  
  • Prophet Yusuf and the Wolf.  
  • Yunus and the Whale.  
  • The Blessed Cow of the Children of Israel.  
  • The Staff of Musa.  
  • Sulayman’s Hoopoe. j  
  • The Ants of Prophet Sulayman.  
  • The Termite.  
  • ‘Uzayr’s Donkey.  
  • The Dog of the People of the Cave.  
  • ‘Isa and the Clay.  
  • The Elephant and Abrahah.

This group of animals was mentioned in the Ever-Glorious Qur’an along with another group that included a bird, animal, or plant but was a miracle of Allah.

 For example, Musa’s staff was turned into a snake. ‘Isa’s clay that he had formed and breathed onto it, and it became a real bird by Allah’s Permission.

The flocks of birds that Allah (Exalted and Glorified be He) sent to the companions of the elephant to strike them with stones of baked clay.

The spider of the cave is also another creature that was not mentioned in the Ever-Glorious Qur’an but was mentioned in the purified Sunni.

 It wove its web over the door of the cave in which Allah’s Prophet (peace be upon him) and his Companion Abu Bakr were hiding.

In these stories, we come to know a group of beings from the animal kingdom that played their roles in life and appeared on the platform of events for a while before the curtain was finally let down.

The Ever-Glorious Qur’an has only mentioned them or

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