yes, he is mentioned in it
somewhere in there
He is mentioned by name four times.
999,000 times a minute
Yes. As their Muslim names Adam (pronounced ah-dumb) and hawa.
Yes of course! In the Quran Satan is mentioned and his story of how he got Adam and Eve to get out of Heaven. We are told to beware of him and not to trust him. For if we do we are surely going to hell.
The Eagle (no it is not the dove)
No, Jerusalem is not mentioned in the Qur'an Nor is it mentioned by its Arabic translation, "Al Quds". Some Scholars believe the Qur'an verse 17:1 is interpreted by Islamic tarsiers as referring to the "The farthest place" (al-aqsa) which is identified in Islamic tradition with Jerusalem, but there is still no mention of Jerusalem in that verse or in any other Qur'anic verse. But then again, Muhammad is mentioned in the Koran only one time by name, only once, and yet there are many references to Muhammad in the Koran without mentioning his name. Solomon in the Koran (Solomon is mentioned in the Koran over 20 times) mention the building of the Jewish temple; the stories of Moses and the Exodus (Moses is mentioned over 160 times) refer to finding the holy land and the promise land for the Hebrews; the Kingdom of David (King David is mentioned 17 times); the mount of olives is sworn by in the quran; Also the farthest house of worship (the holiest Jewish temple in Jerusalem) is mentioned several times, in one instance to explain why Muslims should no longer face towards Jerusalem in Prayer. so many events that the bible describes taking place in Jerusalem while mentioning it's name explicitly (including Christ's Passion) are also described in the Koran though the place name is not mentioned. This does not belittle Jerusalem's place in Islam, just as the once only mention of Muhammad's name explicitly in the Koran does not diminish his place in Islam. Furthermore, The most mentioned (explicitly) place name in the Koran is "Egypt" but this does not mean Egypt is holy in Islam or diminishes Mecca as place in Islam one iota.
The word "eagle" appears 24 times in the King James version.
Tooba is from Arabic, in the Koran it is mentioned as a tree in paradise, also means blessing, good news, the best
prophet David (PBUH) is mentioned many times in Koran. but about the star no. at least I do not know.
Jinn's are invisible spirits mentioned in the Koran and believed by Muslims to inhabit the earth and influence mankind by appearing in the form of humans or animals. To my knowledge there is noone mentioned who has control of these Jinn's.
Yes, the five pillars of Islam are mentioned in Quran. Refer to related question below for more information.
It is mentioned many times in various parts. It is better to read a book that explains the Qura'an (Tafseer) in which topics listed in chapters.
Koran lives everywhere every time. Koran lives in the hearts of every Muslim.
Prophet Mohammad was the last Prophet to come after Jesus. The Holy Koran was revealed to him and Muslims follow this and the teachings of the Prophet Mohammad. Islam is the only religion acceptable to God (Allah) as mentioned in the Holy Koran. It is now the most popular and fastest growing religion in the West. Read the Holy Koran / and or its translations with an open mind and you may be enlightened.
Because the eagle is like god in so many ways u can't even imagine
Answer 1Absolutely; but you will not find it mentioned by name. This is standard for the Koran. For example, Muhammad is mentioned in the Koran only one time by name, only once and yet there are many references to Muhammad in the Koran without mentioning his name. The same is true for Jerusalem whereby the stories of Solomon in the Koran (Solomon is mentioned in the Koran over 20 times) mention the building of the temple; the stories of Moses and the Exodus (Moses is mentioned over 160 times) refer to finding the holy land; the Kingdom of David (David is mentioned 17 times); the mount of olives (in east Jerusalem) is sworn by in the quran; Also the farthest house of worship (the temple in Jerusalem) is mentioned several times, in one instance to explain why Muslims should no longer face towards Jerusalem in Prayer.The most mentioned (explicitly) place name in the Koran is "Egypt" (mentioned by name four times; more than Mecca which is mentioned by name only once), but this does not mean Egypt is holy in Islam or diminishes Mecca and Jerusalem's place in Islam one iota.The word Quds to describe Jerusalem is not found in the Qur'an.Answer 2The city of Jerusalem is never mentioned by name. It is not called Ursalim (which is the Coptic Arabic word for Jerusalem and presumably the word that would be used at that time) nor is it called Al-Qods (which is the current Arabic name for Jerusalem). The Qur'an refers to a location called Al-Aqsa (which means "the most distant") and may or may not have been a reference to Jerusalem.Answer 1 makes the assumption that the common interpretation of today is necessarily what Mohammed intended in terms of his discussion of allusions to Jerusalem. Since, other than his supposed flight astride a buraq (very similar to a Pegasus), Mohammed never left what is today Saudi Arabia, Al-Aqsa could very well have referred to a distant place in Arabia. It is not clear from the Qur'an alone that Jerusalem is being referred to. It is only from Muslim tradition (the Sunna and the Fiqh) that Al-Aqsa refers to Jerusalem.
no, Judaism predates the Koran by a couple of millenia.
The koran, or qur'an, is the holy book of Islam.
Yes,there is a 9 something in koran.
Al Koran was born in 1914.
Al Koran died in 1972.
Because the Koran is a sacred text of Islam.