Noah is clearly seen as a lawgiver in the Qur'an. It is taught that what the Almighty Lord reveals to the Prophet Noah (pbuh) He also revealed to the other Prophets and our own Prophet (pbuh).
42.13 He has laid down the same religion for you as He enjoined on Noah: that which We have revealed to you and which We enjoined on Abraham, Moses and Jesus: "Estabish the religion and do not make divisions in it." What you call the associators to follow is very hard for them. Allah chooses for Himself anyone He wills and guides to Himself those who turn to Him.
71:1 We sent Noah to his People: "Do thou warn thy People before there comes to them a grievous Penalty."
Some have speculated that the seven [[Mesani]] refer to the Seven Laws of Noah.
15.87 And We have bestowed upon thee the Seven Oft-repeated (verses) and the Grand Qur'an.
39.23 Allah has revealed the most beautiful Message in the form of a Book, consistent with the Oft-repeated (verses).
17:22 — Prohibition of Idolatry #1
17:23 — Prohibition of Blasphemy #2
17:32 — Prohibition of Sexual Immorality #4
17:33 — Prohibition of Homicide #3
17:34 — Prohibition of Theft #5
17:35 — Imperative of Legal System #7
17:36 — Prohibition of Limb of a Living Creature #6 (see also Surat al-Ma’ida 3, Surat al-Baqara 173. The prohibition of blood specifically mentioned by the 2:173; 5:3)
In the Torah, everywhere the word "Kenite" used, it is translated to Aramaic as Salamai or Muslamai. Some suggest this refers to the great numbers of non-Jewish believers who came to sacrifice the Qurban Shlamim in Jerusalem together with the Jews. Salamai, Musalamai, Muslims. This could be a clear indication in our literature that Islam is an ancient religion, dating back to second temple times, at least. And if Islam's roots are the same as what we call bnei noah, then it is much older, it is the religion of Noah, and Adam himself.
==Sheich Palazzi's Speech at the Conference on Noahide Council==