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{{PortalArticle|image=Battle of Badr.jpg|title=Portal: Early Islamic History|summary=The first centuries of the Islamic Hijri calendar, starting in the CE year 622, were the formative years of the religion. Between the first and third Islamic centuries the Qur'an was written down and codified, the prophet lived and died, the great hadith collections were gathered, the sira of the prophet was committed to writing, the great schools of Sunni jurisprudence came to be, and the theology of Islam attained its familiar form. The end of the Abassid period saw the "crystallization" of the Islamic tradition around the Sunnah of the prophet and the Qur'an placed in creation before all time and space after the defeat of the Mu'atazilite heresy. These years thus can be said to cover the formation of the religion of Islam as we know it today. |description=
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{{PortalArticle|image=Battle of Badr.jpg|title=Portal: Early Islamic History|summary=The first centuries of the Islamic Hijri calendar, starting in the CE year 622, were the formative years of the religion. Between the first and third Islamic centuries the Qur'an was written down and codified, the prophet lived and died, the great hadith collections were gathered, the sira of the prophet was committed to writing, the great schools of Sunni jurisprudence came to be, and the theology of Islam attained its familiar form. These years thus can be said to cover the formation of the religion of Islam as we know it today. |description=
 
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*[[Dihya the Berber Queen (Al-Kaahina)]]
 
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*[[Battle of Badr]]
 
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*[[Textual History of the Qur'an]]
 
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*[[Sana'a Manuscript]]
 
*[[Sana'a Manuscript]]
*[[Seven Sleepers of Ephesus in the Quran]]
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*[[Pagan Origins of Islam]]
*[[Dhul-Qarnayn and the Alexander Romance]]
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*[[Black Stone]]
</div>}}{{PortalArticle|image=Islamic Tradition.jpg|title=Portal: Qur'an, Hadith, and Scholars|summary= Islamic law, or the Shariah, is held to comprise the specific rulings intended by Allah for all of mankind in all times and places and delivered through Islamic scriptures (namely, the Quran and hadith). Fiqh, or Islamic jurisprudence, comprises the legal and interpretive theories through which these rulings are derived from the Quran and hadith. Norms observed and prescribed by Muhammad in these scriptures are, as a rule, taken literally and considered binding. |description=
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</div>}}{{PortalArticle|image=Islamic Tradition.jpg|title=Portal: Qur'an, Hadith, and Scholars|summary= The Qur'an, Hadith, Scripture pages are a special category of pages here at WikiIslam. Rather than being encyclopedia articles, these pages bring together a unique collection of Quranic verses, hadith, sira traditions, tafsir, writings of classical scholars and rulings of contemporary Islamic sheikhs and ulemaa. These pages are organized by theme to assist the student, searcher or researcher. |description=
 
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*[[Qur'an, Hadith and Scholars:Textual History of the Qur'an|Textual History of the Qur'an]]
 
*[[Qur'an, Hadith and Scholars:Textual History of the Qur'an|Textual History of the Qur'an]]
 
*[[Qur'an, Hadith and Scholars:Apostasy|Apostasy]]
 
*[[Qur'an, Hadith and Scholars:Apostasy|Apostasy]]
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*[[Qur'an, Hadith and Scholars:Stoning|Stoning]]
 
*[[Qur'an, Hadith and Scholars:Homosexuality|Homosexuality]]
 
*[[Qur'an, Hadith and Scholars:Homosexuality|Homosexuality]]
*[[Qur'an, Hadith and Scholars:Stoning|Stoning]]
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*[[Qur'an, Hadith and Scholars:Witchcraft and the Occult|Witchcraft and the Occult]]
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*[[Qur'an, Hadith and Scholars:Dhimma|Dhimma]]
 
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{{PortalArticle|image=Quran_Mashaf_Comparisons.jpg|title=Portal: Islamic Scriptures|summary=The idea of scripture is central to Islam; above all else, Islam's own scriptures tell of how Allah has periodically given his followers books throughout the ages, and refers to Islam's co-abrahamic religionists as People of the Book. The central scripture of Islam is above all the Qur'an, which orthodox Sunni and Shi'i Islam see as the literal word of Allah through his messenger Muhammad.  |description=
 
{{PortalArticle|image=Quran_Mashaf_Comparisons.jpg|title=Portal: Islamic Scriptures|summary=The idea of scripture is central to Islam; above all else, Islam's own scriptures tell of how Allah has periodically given his followers books throughout the ages, and refers to Islam's co-abrahamic religionists as People of the Book. The central scripture of Islam is above all the Qur'an, which orthodox Sunni and Shi'i Islam see as the literal word of Allah through his messenger Muhammad.  |description=
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*[[Sahih Bukhari]]
 
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*[[Seven Sleepers of Ephesus in the Quran]]
 
*[[Mary, Sister of Aaron]]
 
*[[Mary, Sister of Aaron]]
 
*[[Virgin Conception of Jesus in the Qur'an]]
 
*[[Virgin Conception of Jesus in the Qur'an]]

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