The Koran(Quran) - the book of Revelation of Islam was put together in a period of almost two decades.
In the course of the centuries arose different types of reading of the Koran of which the Islamic tradition later recognized seven as canonical.
The Koran can not be doubted (Sura 2: 2); He is not of human origin, but is word by word the true revelation of Allah (Sura 36: 69-70); It is not created but exists eternally in heaven. It was then taken down to the third heaven, and from there, the angel Gabriel(Jibril) took by piece, sometimes from here, sometimes from there, to reveal Mohammed. (See Sura 43: 2-3)
Practice the prayer from the decline of the sun to the onset of the night eclipse, and the recitation (qur'ān) of the dawn. One should be present with her( Sure 75:16–18 ).
According to the faith of the Muslims, the Koran is the literal revelation by the angel Gabriel from Allah to Muhammad, who is raised to the sole prophet.
The text of the Koran is written in a special rhyme prose. It consists of 114 Suren, which in turn consist of a different number of verses.
Besides the quotations on the holy war, the Qur'an contains many other suras which invite to religious criticism, as Sura 2: 877, Sura 2: 89, Sura 47: 4-7, Sura 5: 37, Sura 8: 12, Sura 8:
== Other relevations ==
The sentence 'It approves the Torah and the Zabur and the Injeel and the rest of the holy scriptures that Allah has given to mankind' (Surah al-Baqarah, Verse 89) mocks these scriptures, whic had probably not been read in Mecca and not been understood.
A truly initiated biblical-kabbalistic initiate or a initiated Tantrik smiles at most about Muhammad's simplified understanding of spirituality(see Sura 2: 223; 11:13) and his transferred (Qur'an: Al-Hadid, Surah 57:12) and learned practices like the later Hikmah.
The ritual exercises of the dervishes were secret and remember at the initiations of the roman Sol Invictus - form of Mithras, whose initiation was strictly secret.
But also Sufism also had to learn a great deal in the field of spiritual selfrealization, even from India, and it officially describes only a small part of spirituality.
Long and narrow is the ancient Path, - I have touched it, I have found it, - the Path by which the wise, knowers of the Eternal, attaining to salvation, depart hence to the high world of Paradise. (Brihadaranyaka Upanishad, IV)