Is There a Possibility of Any Mistake in the Quran?
Answered by Mawlana Ilyas Patel
Is there a possibility of the presence of mistakes in the Quran? Grammatical errors or mistakes in the information because it was written and assembled by humans?
In the Name of Allah, the Most Merciful and Compassionate
I pray you are well.
The Quran has no mistakes and has been preserved from the beginning until the Last Day. Allah (Most High) has categorically mentioned, “It is certainly We Who have revealed the Reminder, and it is certainly We Who will preserve it.” [Quran, 15:9]
Today, it can be said with complete confidence and without any fear of contradiction that the Quran is exactly in the same form that was revealed to our Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace). Not a single dot or stroke has changed.
I would recommend the following:
- The History of the Qur’anic Text from Revelation to Compilation: A Comparative Study with the Old and New Testaments (Muhammad Mustafa al-Azami)
- The Preservation and Practice of the Quran- Mufti Taha Karaan
- Preservation of the Qur’an Archives
Follow this ongoing Tafsir of the Quran; also, why not begin your search for knowledge by signing up for a course:
From Revelation to Preservation: Proving the Quran is from God, and it is Perfectly Preserved.
[Mawlana] Ilyas Patel
Checked and Approved by Shaykh Faraz Rabbani
Mawlana Ilyas Patel is a traditionally-trained scholar who has studied in the UK, India, Pakistan, Syria, Jordan, and Turkey. He started his early education in the UK. He went on to complete the hifz of the Quran in India, then enrolled in an Islamic seminary in the UK, where he studied the secular and ‘Aalimiyya sciences. He then traveled to Karachi, Pakistan. He has been an Imam in Rep of Ireland for several years. He has taught hifz of the Quran, Tajwid, Fiqh, and many other Islamic sciences to children and adults onsite and online extensively in the UK and Ireland. He taught at a local Islamic seminary for 12 years in the UK, where he was a librarian and a teacher of Islamic sciences. He currently resides in the UK with his wife. His interest is a love of books and gardening.