from The Century Dictionary.

  • Of or pertaining to the Koran.

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  • adjective Alternative spelling of qur'anic.

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  • adjective of or related to the sacred texts of Islam


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  • Now they are putting on a facade of peace in our countries (even mohammed told one of his followers that it was ok to denounce him in order to win in the end - basically use deceit to lie to the unbelievers) and they are infiltrating our banking systems (sharia banking), our schools and having our kids learn myths about islam/mohammed and pray/dress like a muslim, learn koranic passages.

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  • Israel is fighting for its life against islamic forces obeying koranic and hadithic dictats and our media cannot fathom that if Israel fails -- the death knell of the west has been sounded

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  • If biblical objective morality is distinct from koranic or Judaic objective morality, how any any of them be said to be “objective”?

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  • He learned the Sammaniya dikr, the rhythmic combination of koranic quotation and the ninety-nine names of Allah.

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  • They injected his urine into his eyes, they wrote prayers on his stomach and hands, and they wrote koranic passages on a piece of paper, washing it off and giving the inky water to the Mahdi to drink.

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  • They are being taught what Allah expects of them as Moslems based on the teachings of the ‘koranic’ view of life, which is the basis of their Islamic faith and way of life.

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  • By seventeen he was fluent in Islam: theology, koranic exegesis, sharia law, and the hadith, the reported sayings of the Prophet.3

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  • When he conferred with his chiefs, most of his orders came in the form of koranic recitation.

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  • Imitating the Prophet, he named four khalifas, caliph-generals, each named for his koranic forerunner, each commanding a wing of the Mahdist league.

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  • Instead of a koranic paradise on earth, they found a bloodbath inspired by “idle yarns, fables and falsifications” and “a burning country, dying and reeking of death.”

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