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"He has let free the two bodies of flowing water meeting together: Between them is a barrier which they do not transgress" (55: 19-20) Masjid Nabi, Madinah Calligraphy - Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem

The Qur'an- The Two Seas
 and New Zealand's Giant Squid

Anniversary of the Demise of the Prophet Muhammad ('s) Calligraphy - A Significant Islamic Heritage

In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful.

Investigating open water spaces in Strait of Gibraltar, he discovered the surprising fact not explained by science: the existence of two water layers which do not mix with each other. They as if are divided by a film and have among themselves precise borders. Each of them has its own temperature, salt structure, animal and flora. These are waters of the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean meeting each other in Strait of Gibraltar.

"In 1962", - tells Jacque Cousteau, - "German scientists found out, that in Bab el Mandeb, where the waters of Gulf of Aden and the Red sea converge, the waters of the Red sea and the Indian ocean do not mix together."

In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful.

When the Messenger felt that he was severely sick, he took Ali ('a) and they were followed by a group of Muslims and went to Al-Baqi’ (the cemetery of Medina). There the Prophet ('s) said:

"I was commanded to ask forgiveness to the occupants of Baqi". ‘Peace be on you, O people of the graves. I congratulate you on your situation compared to that of the living”.

It was as if he was saying to them that leaving this world and meeting their Lord is better than living.

“Tribulations are coming like the dark pieces of night”.

In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful.

Calligraphy, known as 'khatt' in Arabic, is an outstanding example of blending form and function. From the grandest of Masjids with their expertly carved stuccos to the simplest of rural Masjids with few Qur'anic verses painted on their walls, one can see the strong influence of Qur'anic calligraphy that has attached itself to the expression of Islamic art.

A passion for the written script constitutes one of the fundamental traits of Islamic culture. For Islam, the Arabic script is not merely a tool invented by human beings, but a gift of God.

See: Science in al-Qur'an See: The Holy Infallibles See: Islamic Arts
 
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