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BONUS MP3 CD
To perfect the actual vocal recitation of the Quran, this Quran now comes with a complementary Mp3 CD with the recitation of the whole Quran (each juz in 1 file). The CD is located inside the back cover. The recitation is done by Qari Suhaib Ahmad and the sample audio file (above) contains his voice.
All praise and thanks are Allah's, the Lord of Alamin (mankind, jinn and all that exists) and peace be upon the Master of the Messengers, Muhammad . This interpretation of the meanings of the Noble Qur'an has been revised and the following changes have been made:
1. Each Verse has been put separately with its English interpretation.
2. The Arabic text of the Noble Qur'an has been taken from Mushaf Al-Madinah An-Nabawiyyah, which has been printed by the Mujamma' of King Fahd of Saudi Arabia for the printing of Al-Mushaf Ash-Sharif in the year 1405 A.H., according to the instructions of the Vice-Chancellor of the Islamic University, instead of the old Arabic text of the previous print of this book which was printed in the United States and Turkey, by the Turkish Calligrapher Sheikh Hamid Al-Amadi.
3. There are some additions and subtractions of Chapters and Ahadith from Sahih Al-Bukhari and other Ahadith collections.
4. Some additions, corrections, and alterations have been made to improve the English translation and to bring the English interpretation very close to the correct and exact meanings of the Arabic text.
5. One more column is added in this particular edition of the interpretation of the meanings of the Noble Qur'an, providing the readers the transliteration of the Arabic Verses along with their translation. It is hoped that the readers will be able to recite the Noble Verses in more correct way taking the help of transliteration.
Translators: Dr. Muhammad Tagi-ud-Din Al-Hilah Dr. Muhammad Muhsin Khan
The Last 7 Chapters of the Holy Qur'an with Color Coded Tajweed Rules
The Quran and the West Kenneth Cragg “[Cragg’s book] contains material to provide endless discussion among educated readers who are concerned with interfaith and inter-cultural understanding, as well as those interested in the study of religion in general. —Tamara Sonn, Wm. R. Kenan Professor of Humanities, Department of Religious Studies, College of William and Mary “[Cragg’s] book is as up-to-date, relevant, wise, constructive, and far-sighted as were previous seminal works that Cragg has authored over the last six or seven decades.” —Barbara Stowasser, professor of Arabic, Georgetown University “[Cragg’s] references to the Qur’an are always accurate and well-researched, his Arabic is impeccable, and he presents the Islamic case with understanding and finesse.” —Jane Smith, professor of Islamic studies, Hartford Seminary For six decades Kenneth Cragg has been recognized and praised as one of the Wests most gifted interpreters of Islam. In this latest, deeply insightful work, Cragg argues that the West must put aside a spiritual imperialism that draws on western prescripts alien to Muslims and learn to come within Islam. Only then can a conversation begin that can relieve the misunderstandings and suspicion that has grown between Islam and the West—especially since 9/11. Cragg makes clear that a misunderstanding of the tenets of a religion is a condition religions have suffered through the centuries and one to which Islam is no exception. He argues that the terrorists of 9/11 perverted the Qurans meaning and yet argues that fanaticism cannot be healed by being deplored or rebuked. Instead, the factors that induced it need to be resolved so that the anxieties they shelter can be patiently allayed. The Quran and the West offers a means of study that reaches for a deeper knowledge of the Quran, engendering a new understanding of its holy teachings, and opening a means for a fruitful discourse. Through close and thoughtful readings, Cragg reveals the difficulty that ensues through the Scriptures contradictory teachings on Islams manifestation in the world—teachings that have brought about a crisis for modern Muslims living in both the West and the westernizing worlds, where a Muslims obligation to Islamicize is met with anxiety and distrust. He shows Christians and the Wests failure to appreciate the lack of any distinction between secular and sacred in Islam and argues that only by understanding this condition can Christians truly appreciate the form their support for Muslims should take—encouraging Muslims to follow those Quranic teachings that champion humanitys cause. For Muslims, he urges an interpretation of the Quran that perpetuates the Islamic message rather than the Islamic regime. Anglican Bishop Kenneth Cragg is one of the foremost scholars of Islamic and Christian theology. His books on the Quran and Arab Christianity, including The Event of the Quran, The Tragic in Islam, and The Call of the Minaret have become classics in their field. Cragg has served in academic and ecclesiastical posts in Jerusalem, Beirut, Cairo, Nigeria, and the United States in addition to serving as the Warden of St. Augustine College in Canterbury.
Publisher: Global Publishing
Media: DVD (multi region)
Total running time: 38 mins
The Basic Concepts in the Quran Harun Yahya The Qur’an has been revealed to us so that we may read and ponder it. Unfortunately, current attitudes towards religion in society today discourage people from pondering the Qur’an. The primary duty of a Muslim is to thoroughly learn the Book of Allah for it was revealed to people by their sole Lord. This book is a useful resource prepared as a guide on this subject.
The literary excellence of the Quran is unmatchable,. As a gift from Allah to mankind, the Quran employs the most sublime literary art to ring home the message of monotheism, please and salvation. But a full understanding of its merit as a literary mas
The Moral Values of the Quran Binding : PB Harun Yahya The Quran orders people to be dignified, modest, trustworthy, kind, faithful, mature, and responsive. The Quran even describes the way we should walk: ‘Turn not your face away from men with pride, nor walk in insolence through the earth. Verily, Allah likes not each arrogant boast’ (Surah Luqman, 31:18) On that account, the duty of a believer is to apply these superior principles that Allah has decreed.
My Quran Story Mazes (Five Maze Books) Box-1 Binding : Box Saniyasnain Khan These books are ideal for children of five years and upward. Through these mazes, children are introduced to the best-loved stories from the Quran, as well as to other relevant historical and factual information. The mazes are not only uniquely designed and fun to do but are also educational, thus enabling children to readily understand the message of the Quran.
Quran for All Humanity, The N Binding : PB Maulana Wahiduddin Khan This book contains selected verses from the Quran followed by their explanation and short moral messages. The author Maulana Wahiduddin Khan, a prolific author of Islamic books has drawn from his rich experience and deep knowledge of Islamic theology and presented his message in a lucid, interesting, and thought-provoking manner. This is a book that would help a person to strengthen his belief in the Almighty and help him to lead a life in the moral path leading to his salvation. It is an ideal book for daily meditation.
Junior Quran Challenge Game: A Fun Way to Learn About the Quran Binding : Box The Junior Quran Challenge Game is a unique game based on the Holy Quran. The idea behind this game is to provide the children with both fun and education. All 200 questions are taken from the Quran. They have been creatively worked into this game and children will enjoy answering them. This game can be played at school or at home with all the family members. Begin your journey and find out what fun it is to learn from the quran.
Heart of the Koran Binding : PB Lex Hixon This book forms a meditation on the Holy Quran, which has been generated from within the mystical embrace of Islam. It is an offering to the Muslim world as well as to members of other cultures and traditions who have an intellectual curiosity or a spiritual desire to learn about Islam from within.
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