M.Sadık Hamidi - Elif Eryarsoy Aydın
The Prophet Muhammad was illiterate
Allah announced that His Prophet would conquer Mecca
Many religious beliefs, practices and moral issues that were unknown to the Arabs are described in the Quran.
Many verses of the Quran encompass intellectual truths.
There are many aspects of conciseness in the Quran and they can be summarized in general under these two headings:
- The Quran is addressed to all people: the fact that 1, 400 years ago the Quran mentioned events that had not been heard of before, that these events occurred just as depicted in the Quran, that it mentions ancient tribes, and that it presents a general but unique legal system which can be applied to all people in all places at all times is a miracle; remember that Prophet Muhammad was illiterate and could not read or write. It is known that Prophet Muhammad did not take any lessons from scholars or tutors and he did not study law or politics. In view of this, it would be impossible for such an illiterate person to have formed this unique legal system by himself; it is a system that has divine wisdom inherent in it and is presented in the most wonderful Arabian rhetoric and coherence. Thus, the conciseness and miraculousness of the Holy Quran is without a doubt.
- The conciseness of the Quran is addressed to the Arabs: The divine language of the Quran is unique. The Quran has a rhetoric and coherence which is attention-grabbing, mesmerizing and superior.