Monterey, CA – For many Muslims, Islam’s fundamental tenets and laws are very much rooted in the Quran, the holy book of the Islamic faith. 

The Quran is a sacred book, the most important and comprehensive source of Islamic theology, and the one that is universally accepted as the most authoritative source for all Muslim thinkers and thinkers. 

But what exactly is the Muslim religion, and what does it stand for? 

So, when Muslim scholars were asked to pick one of their top three questions for Islamic studies, the first question they asked themselves was: “Which one of the above is the most appropriate?” 

So far, this is what the Islamic theological disciplines has been asking. 

According to a survey by the Pew Research Center, 55% of Muslim students say that they are “not sure” what Islam is or what it teaches. 

So what does this have to do with Islamic science?

 Well, one of Islam’s most prominent scholars, Dr. Fakhruddin Attar, famously wrote that Muslims should be interested in all sciences, and not in just the sciences that are taught in schools, as Islam was originally founded. 

However, when asked which science they believe is the best, a majority of Muslims are not interested in what they believe to be the best. 

In a poll conducted in 2012, 61% of Muslims said that they believe in scientific literacy, and 59% said that science is important for Islam. 

And another survey conducted by Pew in 2015 found that just over half of Muslims, 54%, said that Islam should be an active part of the world’s science, education, and health activities. 

When asked which of the following are the best Islamic sciences, 53% of respondents answered that they chose the Qur’an and Islam as their primary religion. 

Interestingly, this does not mean that only Muslims are interested in these sciences.

 Muslims have been asking themselves this question for some time, but the majority of Muslim scholars and Islamic theologians are not convinced that these two primary religious disciplines are the most accurate sources for all Muslims. 

“There are some scholars who believe that the Qurans are more reliable, or that the science is better than the Quran,” Dr. Attar told Mashable. 

One of these is Dr. Mohamed Ali Salama, a former Muslim scholar and one of Arabia’s leading Islamic scientists. 

Salama said that the Muslim religious scholars and theologians have been struggling with this question.

“The Qur’ans are a very important source of knowledge and guidance for all of Islam, and they have a long history, but they have never been able to be incorporated into the modern world,” Salama told Mashably. 

There are also other scholars who feel that the Quran is too narrow.

The Quran has a number of statements that are in contradiction with other religious scriptures, like the Hadiths, which are the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

And the Hadith are the stories of the life of the prophet Muhammad, and these stories often differ from the scientific stories. 

For example, the Hadhrat Ali said that one of his companions asked Ali ibn Abi Talib to eat some of the flesh of a pig, which the Prophet said was too good for him.

But the Prophet told Ali to eat it anyway, and that he ate it. 

Similarly, the Prophet was asked to wash his hands of an illness.

According to the Hadhaan, which is the official version of the Quran in Muslim countries, the prophet washed his hands and told the people to do the same.

In addition, there is the Hadid that has been passed down by Muslim scholars for over a thousand years.

This Hadid is very similar to the Quran and has a lot of contradictions. 

Even the Quran has verses that contradict each other, like: “If you wish, do not eat pork, but rather kill a goat,” and “If the Prophet had not eaten pork, would you have eaten it?”

The Muslim religious scientists have also been debating about the authenticity of the Quranic books.

While there is some debate over whether the Quran is authentic, scholars have come to different conclusions on which Quranic verses have been historically authentic. 

While scholars disagree on what exactly constitutes a “true” Quranic text, one thing is certain, it is not the Quran. 

As Dr. Salama said, there are two ways of studying the Quran: the historical and the scientific. 

Historically, there have been numerous textual sources for the Qurʼan, such as the Quraysh (or Qurayshi) who were the ruling rulers of the Arabian Peninsula during the time of Muhammad. 

This is known as the “Arabic school of thought,” or the school of jurisprudence.

As the Quran was composed over several centuries after the first century A.