Collection: Fingerprints

Fingerprints are a well-known aspect of human biology, characterized by their uniqueness even among identical twins.

The patterns of ridges on our fingertips are not only unique identifiers but also enhance our ability to grip objects.

Quranic Reference to Fingerprints:

In Chapter Al-Qiyamah, Verse 4, it states:

"بَلَىٰ قَـٰدِرِينَ عَلَىٰٓ أَن نُّسَوِّىَ بَنَانَهُۥ"

which translates to

"Yes indeed; We are Able to reconstruct his fingertips."

This verse, written over 1400 years ago, emphasizes the ability to reconstruct fingertips, which at the time might not have been understood in the context of their unique significance.

The specific mention of fingertips in the Quran, and not another body part, becomes significant in light of modern science's understanding of fingerprints.

It suggests a deeper awareness of the unique nature of fingerprints, which was not common knowledge at the time the Quran was written.

The verse can be seen as indicative of a divine knowledge of human anatomy and individuality, which has only become scientifically validated in recent times.

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