Everything about The Torah in The Quran
The Torah (Tawrat to Muslims) is the first five sections of the Hebrew Bible (the Tanakh) and is considered by Muslims to be the word of Allah revealed to Moses.
According to Jewish tradition, the Torah was revealed to Moses at Mount Sinai and contains the commandments of God that provide the basis for Jewish religious law. Under Islam, the original Torah is well respected because Muslims believe in the prophet-hood of Moses, which is one of the fundamental faiths of Islam.
However, the Muslim faith accepts the original Torah only. The viewpoint within the Islamic community is that the original revelation (the earliest Torah), has been tainted and made imperfect over time, thus making the present Jewish version Torah not at all valued by Islamic nations.
The Quran speaks greatly of Moses and reports the certainty of his existence and his teachings, triumphs, and religious guidelines that Allah revealed to the Children of Israel. The Holy Quran confirms the original revelations contained in the Torah and also validates the Gospel of the Christian Bible and acknowledges the connection between all three books of God. With the Holy Quran itself, recognised as God’s final word. The final testament.
“He has sent down upon you, [O Muhammad], the Book in truth (the Quran), confirming what was before it. And He revealed the Taurat (the Torah) and the Injeel (the Gospel)”. (Quran 3:3)
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