Muslims have something that offers the clearest proof of all – The Holy Quran. There is no other book like it anywhere on Earth. It is absolutely perfect in the Arabic language. It has no errors in grammar, meanings or context.
Scientific evidence is well known around the world, even among non-Muslim scholars. Predictions in the Holy Qur’an have come true, and his teachings are clearly for all people, everywhere and at all times.
Surprisingly, the Holy Qur’an itself provides us with the test of authenticity and offers challenges against itself to prove its veracity. Allah tells us in the Holy Quran:
“And do they not ponder the Qur’an? And if it were from someone other than Allah, there would be many discrepancies in him. ”[Holy Quran 4:82]
Another spectacular challenge from the book of Allah:
“And if you are in doubt as to what we brought down upon Our servant, bring forth a sura like his, and summon your witnesses, instead of Allah, if you are true.” [Holy Quran 2:23]
And Allah challenges us with:
“Or say,” Did he forge it? ” Say: “Then bring ten forged sardines, just like his, and to do so, summon whoever you can, instead of Allah, if you are true.” [Holy Quran 11:13]
“Or do they say,” Did he forge it? ” Say: “Then bring forth a sura like his, and for that, call on whomever you can, apart from Allah, if you are true.” [Holy Quran 10:38]
Nobody managed to produce a book like this , nor ten chapters like this, not even a chapter like it. It was memorized by thousands of people during Muhammad’s lifetime (May peace and blessings be upon him) and then that memorization was passed on from teacher to student, from generation to generation, from mouth to ear and from one nation to another .
Today, all Muslims memorize some part of the Qur’an in the original Arabic language. which was revealed more than 1,400 years ago, although most of them are not Arab. There are more than nine million (9,000,000) Muslims around the world today who have fully memorized the Holy Quran completely, word for word, and can recite it in its entirety, in Arabic, just as Muhammad ﷺ did 14 centuries ago behind.