The Heavenly Quran (Arabic: أمّ الکتاب, translit. umm al-kitāb, lit. 'mother of the Book'), according to a common Islamic belief, is a primordial version of the Quran, mentioned in Surah 43:4 and referred in Surah 85:22, that resides in heaven, distinct from the earthly Quran. It is disputed whether the revealed Quran is a precise copy of the Heavenly Quran or an abridged version. Commonly, Injil and the Islamic notion of Torah are thought to be part of the Heavenly Quran.
People and things in the Quran
Note: The names are sorted alphabetically. Standard form: Islamic name / Biblical name (title or relationship)