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quran_text_types [2016/06/04 07:33]
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-====== ​Quran_Text_Types ​======+====== ​Quran Text Types ======
  
 Quran texts are usually represented in two general formats: Quran texts are usually represented in two general formats:
  
-;Uthmani Script: An old-fashion script used by the third Caliph, Uthman, to produce the first standard quran manuscript.  +  * **Uthmani Script**\\ An old-fashion script used by the third Caliph, Uthman, to produce the first standard quran manuscript.  
-;Simple Script: Also known as //​Imla'​ei//​ script, is the modern Arabic writing style which is currently in use.+ 
 +  * **Simple Script**\\ Also known as //​Imla'​ei//​ script, is the modern Arabic writing style which is currently in use.
  
 ===== Tanzil Quran Texts ===== ===== Tanzil Quran Texts =====
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 Tanzil provides several quran texts in two major categories described below: Tanzil provides several quran texts in two major categories described below:
  
-*;Uthmani Script +  * **Uthmani Script*
-**[[Uthmani]]:​ Uthmani quran text similar to [[Medina Mushaf]]. +    ​* [[Uthmani]]:​ Uthmani quran text similar to [[Medina Mushaf]]. 
-**[[Uthmani Minimal]]: Uthmani text with a minimal number of diacritics and symbols.+    * [[Uthmani Minimal]]: Uthmani text with a minimal number of diacritics and symbols. 
 + 
 +  * **Simple Script** 
 +    * [[Simple]]: Quran text in Imlaei script.  
 +    * [[Simple Plain]]: Simple text without special demonstration of Ikhfas and Idghams.  
 +    * [[Simple Minimal]]: Simple text with a minimal number of diacritics and symbols. Suitable for embedding in other texts. 
 +    * [[Simple Clean]]: Simple text without any diacritics or symbols. Suitable for easy search. 
  
-*;Simple Script 
-**[[Simple]]:​ Quran text in Imlaei script. ​ 
-**[[Simple Plain]]: Simple text without special demonstration of Ikhfas and Idghams. ​ 
-**[[Simple Minimal]]: Simple text with a minimal number of diacritics and symbols. Suitable for embedding in other texts. 
-**[[Simple Clean]]: Simple text without any diacritics or symbols. Suitable for easy search. 
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