QADR


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QADRQuality Assurance Discrepancy Report
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Also, Iran's 2000km-range, liquid-fuel, Qadr F ballistic missile can reach territories as far as Israel.
It was reported that Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) said: "Whoever stays up (in prayer and remembrance of Allah) on the Night of Qadr, fully believing (in Allah's promise of reward) and hoping to seek reward, he shall be forgiven for his past sins.
Sheikh Shuaib Salim Al-Zanat the Imam of Masjid Mayit said that, the uniqueness of the holy month of Ramadhan a part from other ordinary months in a year, lies in its being a month in which the Qu'ran itself was revealed, upon which Allah the almighty prescribed as the Night of Power as mentioned in (97th)Surat Qadr, the 1st verse in the 30th Chapter.
Kurdish exile Dlawar Qadr Hussain, 27, said: "We believe there is some ill-feeling in the town against us and that is why we want to move.
In March, Brigadier General Hajizadeh announced that Iran planned to replace its Fateh, Qiyam and Qadr missile series with a new generation of missiles.
ISLAMABAD -- Lailatul Qadr, the Night of Honour considered to be the holiest Night, when the first verses of the Holy Quran was revealed to Prophet Hazrat Mohammad (Salalaho Alaihae Waalaihe Wasalam), being observed with religious solemnity and reverence on Tuesday night.
Lailat al Qadr is the holiest night in Ramadan that marks the night in which the Qur'an was first revealed to the Prophet Muhammad
Laylatul Qadr In Qur'an, Allah says: "By the manifest Book (the Qur'an) that makes thing clear.
During a ceremony to celebrate Laylatul Qadr, Justice Minister says that Bahrain is keen to heal Arab wounds.
La nuit du Destin a plus de valeur que 1000 mois[beaucoup plus grand que], (Coran, sourate 97, Al Qadr, versets 1 a 3).
In a televised speech to mark Lailat Al Qadr, Al Assad insisted on describing the Syrian opposition as terrorists, and refused to give them any political recognition.
Awaiting Ramadan's Laylat al-Qadr The Prophet said, "Whoever stays up (in prayer and remembrance of Allah) on the Night of Qadr, fully believing (in Allah's promise of reward) and hoping to seek reward, he shall be forgiven for his past sins.