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Who Divided Up Quran into Surahs and Verses?

Who divided up Quran into Surahs and verses?

This is one of the questions that Dr. Yasir Qadhi answers in this episode Of Surat Al-Fatihah series.

Watch also: 

Part 1:The 7 Oft-Recited Verses: An Introduction to Al-Fatiha

Part 3: All About Isti`adhah & Seeking Protection from Satan

Part 4: Starting with Allah’s Name… What Does Basmalah Mean?

Surat Al-Fatiha is one of the most significant Surahs of the Quran; a Surah that each Muslim is required to repeat daily in prayers. Knowing what the Surah verses mean is essential; getting inspired by its countless lessons and inspirations is necessary.
We continue this series with Dr. Yasir Qadhi in which he provides a detailed explanation of the Surah.

In this episode, he discusses the following questions:

Where did the names of Surahs come from?

Who did divide up the Qur’an into Surahs and ayahs?

What is the meaning of A`udubillahi Min Ash-Shaitaan Ar-Rajeem (the Isti`adhah)?

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Beautiful Names of Allah – Al-Fattah/Khair Al-Fatiheen






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