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Similarities and Differences
Here you will read a series of articles that demonstrate the great importance of trees in the Holy Qur’an and the Sunnah of the Prophet. It was mentioned in the story of the beginning of creation, as the first divine command for man was not to eat from the tree. The pledge of allegiance by the believers under the Hudaybiyah tree, is a central incident in the Prophet’s Sunnah, the stories of the Prophets and in the Islamic history. The word ‘tree’ is also used to illustrate a beautiful or noble word. In the Prophet’s biography and the Noble Hadith, the tree is mentioned among the miracles of establishing the prophethood, and in many hadiths relates to heaven and the hereafter.
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The Qur’anic Botanical Garden and the Islamic Gardens share an Islamic focus. The Quranic Botanical Garden shares the same features as the Islamic Garden such as paths, walkways, sunken beds, and fountains. Islamic architecture and arts are considered in the design of both types of gardens. In Quranic and Islamic gardens, water and shade are essential elements and are involved in giving an environmental phenomenon.
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