I'jaz (Arabic: إعجاز‎ iʻjāz , "miraculousness") is the Arabic term for "the act of rendering incapable" or "powerless". In Islamic context, it is how Muslims describe the character of the Qur'an in both form and content.

The I'jaz al-Qur'an (إعجاز القرآن iʻjāz al-Qurʼān , "miraculousness of Qurˈan"; in context, "inimitability of the Qur'an") refers to the belief that the Qur'an is of such high quality in content and form that one is unable to imitate it.

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