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Islam began with the words that Muslims believe God revealed to Muhammad, which he then repeated to his companions. These words became the sacred text that Muslims call the Qur'an. The book in which the text is recorded is called, in Arabic, a mus-haf. Although the text was referred to in the Qur'an as "the book," at first, there was no physical book, only verses that Muhammad's companions committed to memory or preserved in writing.