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Quran with English And Urdu Translation

ayeshaali
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6/9/2015 2:08:59 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
A free Islamic app developed by QuranReadingTM for Muslims all over the world enabling them to have the Holy Quran in their pockets. It"s easy to use and sports many useful features.

Click This Link To Download Quran With Urdu And English Translation.

https://play.google.com...

Features:

"Translation
View Quranic verses with Urdu as the default translation language or change it into another from a variety of languages including six versions of English translations.

"Theme changer
Access the settings page by swiping to the left and modify the font size and font style (from a choice of three) according to your comfort.

"Bookmark
Tap and hold a verse to "bookmark" it to continue it later. You can then access them from the bookmarks button right next to the search bar or from the settings page. You can also share that verse with your friends by tapping the "share" button right next to the "bookmarks" button.

"Convenient Surah reading
You can select which surah by scrolling it from the index provided on the main screen. While reading a surah, you can jump to an ayah number (verse number) bu tapping on the "go to" page. You can also view the list of stop signs and sajdah points across the Quran from settings

"Get notified
Get daily notifications for reciting a certain surahs. Enable/disable it from the setting page.

"Recitation help
Listen to the audio recitation by a renowned qari or enable transliteration from the settings. The audio can be downloaded for the entire Quran or for a single surah thus going easy on your phone"s internal memory.

Benefit from the teachings of Quran wherever you are and have it in your pockets at all times by installing this great free app on your smartphones.
celestialtorahteacher
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6/9/2015 5:07:35 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
You're put on report for posting hate speech. The Quran has more hate speech directing Muhammadans to terrorize, persecute and kill unbelievers than any other religious text. It has no place in modern society as we don't need throwback despotism of male killers using God for territorial conquest. Take that junk to your rocks and sand and gravel lands where no trees grow and water is mostly absent, the Water of Life, Living Waters, especially gone, from killer ape religionists led by a thief and child abuser, the desert waterless people are told represents "God"'s Voice on earth. Some god there, the same one ISIS head-choppers serve and we Christians see the Devil himself in the details of Muhammadanism.
joetheripper117
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6/9/2015 5:46:33 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 6/9/2015 5:07:35 PM, celestialtorahteacher wrote:
You're put on report for posting hate speech. The Quran has more hate speech directing Muhammadans to terrorize, persecute and kill unbelievers than any other religious text. It has no place in modern society as we don't need throwback despotism of male killers using God for territorial conquest. Take that junk to your rocks and sand and gravel lands where no trees grow and water is mostly absent, the Water of Life, Living Waters, especially gone, from killer ape religionists led by a thief and child abuser, the desert waterless people are told represents "God"'s Voice on earth. Some god there, the same one ISIS head-choppers serve and we Christians see the Devil himself in the details of Muhammadanism.

Posting a link to the Quran is not hate speech. Regardless of what you think about the piece, it is one of the most influential texts to have ever existed, and people have the right to make others aware of developments related to it. Besides, the Bible has nearly as much "hate speech" as the Quran, so if the Quran were to be labelled hate speech, so would the Bible.
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