Channel: Faith IQ
What is a Mushaf? What is the literal meaning of it? How should we use this word?
Ustadh Wisam Sharieff answers.
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What's the most half?
Peace be upon you. All of us have been in a situation where you're like you've learned to read the Koran, you've got you know how to say in Shaolin? Mashallah, and you've gotten all these codes and someone comes up and goes, do you need a must have and you're like, Oh, great, must have comes as a word as a copy of the Koran. And it's such a simple idea, but you're like, oh, here's another technical term must have is a copy of the Quran. So why can't you just say give me a couple of neurons. There it is, there's only one quarter on and a musah hiff is a copy of the Quran. So most law hiff or most have is one copy. So you'll say you won't say get me 10 core ons, you'll say 10 get
me 10 copies or bring some most law if that's excuse me, that's the plural most law have is the plural must have is one. It means a copy of the Quran and so you can get a little bit deeper on this. That does mean we all believe there's only one truth or on and that is with Allah subhanho wa Taala and only the purest of angels can touch that original Koran and we all have a copy of