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Mobile qoran

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NikahExplorer.com is the #1 choice for Single Muslims across the globe to find their ideal life partner through a unique Shariah compliant match making website

  • Auto detect local Salah times
  • Salah time view in 5 or 30 days interface
  • Location based Qibla direction
  • Both Islamic and Georgian calendar
  • Salah timings for Hanfi & Shafi
  • Custom location settings
  • Automatically updates when connected

Simple to use with high quality audio. Your favorite Quran reading application is now available for iPhone & iPad with lots of new features

Zabur ( Arabic : زبور ‎‎) is, according to Islam , the holy book of Dawud ( David ), one of the holy books revealed by God before the Quran , alongside others such as the Tawrat ( Torah ) of Musa ( Moses ) and the Injil ( Gospel ) of Jesus ( Jesus ).

Some scholars equate the Zabur with the biblical book of Psalms . The term zabur is the Arabic equivalent of the Hebrew zimrah ( Hebrew : זִמְרָה ‎), meaning: "song, music." It, along with zamir ( Hebrew : זָמִיר ‎) meaning: "song" and "nightingale"-the song bird), mizmor ( Hebrew : מִזְמֹר ‎) meaning: "psalm" and zamar / zameret ( Hebrew : זַמָּר/זַמֶּרֶת ‎), meaning: a singer (masculine and feminine, respectively)ת derivatives of the Hebrew infinitive verb: ( Hebrew : לְזַמֵּר ‎), meaning: "sing, sing praise, make music." [1]

However, unavoidably, the word also bears uncanny sound (pronunciation) resemblance to the Hebrew word of story ( Hebrew : סִפּוּר ‎‎) sipur (with the known linguistic phenomenon [ citation needed ] of letter interchanging between the various Semitic languages, such as Hebrew and Arabic – i.e. interchange of letters s-z, a-i such as in zapur-sipur) which is most plausible – as, this particular song or psalm necessarily also conveyed a story within it – sung or not.