Answers a plethora of cunning questions children ask about the Qur’an.
Have you ever wondered why the Qur’an is in Arabic, why it was revealed over 23 years or how people can be so sure it has never been changed? All of this, and much more, is explored inside.
The fourth book in this accessibly written series that gives young readers answers to the BIG questions they have about Islam.
About the Author
Ozkan Oze was born in Turkey in 1974. While at high school, he started working at Zafer Magazine’s editorial office in Istanbul and has gone on to become the editor of Zafer Publications Group
Why is the Qur’an in Arabic?
Wouldn’t it be better if we read the Qur’an only in English (from the translation)?
So, even though we don’t understand it, what good is there in reading and listening to the Qur’an in Arabic?
So if the Qur’an is Allah’s word, why is it so much like people’s words?
Why was the Qur’an sent over such a long time like 23 years? Wouldn’t it be easier if Allah had sent it all at once?
How can we be so sure that the Qur’an has reached us without even a single letter changed?
Does the Qur’an get old?
Some scientific miracles that take place in the Holy Qur’an
Why does it say, “Will they not then consider the camels?” in the Qur’an?
Why is the name of the longest surah in the Qur’an Baqara (the cow)?
THE DICTIONARY OF THE QUR’AN