By Ali Suleiman Ali Generating precise comprehension of the Quran and the true meaning of its verses is arguably the essence of the most important of the Islamic sciences, Qur anic exegesis or tafsir. Since the passing of the Prophet many scholars have worked hard to bring a proper understanding of the meaning of the Qur an to Muslims, and indeed to the world at large, as fully as possible, in an attempt to widen knowledge of the guidance contained therein, and how to live life in accordance with its principles. The result has been a wealth of historical Muslim...
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Al Quran Al Kareem Word-by-Word Translation Color Coded Tajweed If you are looking for a Quran with Arabic-English word-for-word translation , in Rasm Uthmani Script, with color coded tajweed, all-in-one volume, at an excellent price, then look no further. Every word in this beautiful Quran was translated so that readers can understand every single word or phrase. It needs to be remembered that not all literal translation represents the exact meaning of the word since the Quran uses varied Arabic language style and sometimes metaphor. To understand the full meaning of the word or the verse , Muhammad Muhsin Khan's...
A concise text introducing the foundational topics covered in the field of Qur’anic Studies including revelation, compilation and preservation. 106 pages 102
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Whether used as a means of self-instruction or as part of higher learning coursework, this language primer is ideally suited for those wishing to learn classical Arabic and for Muslims who wish to learn Arabic exclusively for use in their religious and spiritual practice. Designed to enhance the understanding of the Qur'an and its vocabulary that has infiltrated the whole of Arabic and Islamic literature, this workbook provides 40 easy-to-follow lessons for learning Qur'anic rather than modern Arabic. Beginning with a section on the Arabic alphabet, the text moves on to individual lessons that address one or more grammatical topics,...
by Mahmoud Ayoub This book is a collection of ten papers that focus on significant subjects relating to the Quran and Sunnah. 1. Arguments for abrogation in the Quran: a critique 2. Towards a Quranically based articulation of the concept of a just war 3. Religious pluralism and the Quran 4. Quranic revealed scripture vs. Judeo-Christian scripture: a Muslim perspective of the universal and particular in the scriptures 5. Exegesis, Social Science and the Place of the Jews in the Quran 6. The Quran and Science 7. Translation of Quranic Verses with Injunctions: a Theme based comparative review 8. Finding...
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Selections from the Holy Quran This beautiful presentation of a selection from the Holy Qur'an engages the reader in a moment of daily reflection. Edited for ease of comprehension, English-speaking readers will find this compilation both spiritually enriching and easy to understand. With 365 verses covering the whole year, this is a must for every home. An introduction to the Qur'an and its eternal message for humanity is included, giving the reader an insight into its origin, purpose, and style. Abdur Raheem Kidwai is professor of English at the Aligarh Muslim University in India and the well-known author of many works...
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Translated by Musa Furber An enduring classic work on the etiquette that a Muslim must or should have with regard to handling and reciting the Quran (the Muslim scripture). The topics this volume raises include: ritual cleanliness, opportune times for recitation, the etiquette that students have with their teachers (and that teachers must have with their students), and variety of other issues that every Muslim should know and frequently ask about. Pages: 206 pages Publisher: Islamosaic Cover: Paperback
A detailed explanation of the rules of tajweed, the proper recitation of the Qur'an. ***ONLY BUY IF YOU ARE NOT IN NORTH OR SOUTH AMERICA!*** Price includes shipping (book cost plus $10 shipping)
A detailed explanation of the rules of tajweed, the proper recitation of the Qur'an. This is the textbook for "QUR 101: Explanation and Recitation of Juz 'Amma" and "QUR 201: Tajwid and Tabarak" with the Ribaat Academic Program. For more information, please visit rabata.org/ribaat.
Allah describes the Qur'an as the ‘guidance to mankind, and the Criterion (of right and wrong)’ (2:185). Islamic scholars have therefore sought to explain the sciences associated with correctly understanding the revelation.
There are a few narrations from the Prophet ﷺ that encourage Muslims to recite Sūrah al-Kahf on a weekly basis. That is why it is a common practice across the world to recite Sūrah al-Kahf on Fridays. This is a beautiful practice that helps strengthen one’s relationship with the Quran and builds a culture of recitation. However, more important than simply reciting the Sūrah as a ritual is connecting with it emotionally, intellectually, spiritually, and trying our best to understand its message and apply its guidance into our daily lives. This work explores the meanings, lessons, reminders, benefits, morals, and...
With his scientific background, Dr Sami Ashouri took nothing for granted unless substantiated by scientific means. When he first studied the Qur'an, the first question to come to his mind was: "How do we know this is not the work of a human being?" He observed statements, interspersed throughout the book, which drew his attention and carried him on a journey of scientific research and exploration that lasted several years. He presents his findings to the reader in this book wherein he has described modern scientific data with clarity and devoid of any complexity. He takes the reader on interesting...
This is the textbook for "QUR 101: Explanation and Recitation of Juz 'Amma" with the Ribaat Academic Program. For more information please visit rabata.org/ribaat. Color coded for tajwid rules, with word definitions in the margins (Arabic).
This is the textbook for "QUR 201: Tajwid and Tabarak" with the Ribaat Academic Program. For more information please visit rabata.org/ribaat. Color coded for tajwid rules, with word definitions in the margins (Arabic). Covers the 2nd-to-last (29th) juz' of the Qur'an (juz' Tabarak).
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Rashid al-Din Maybudi, author of this Sufi commentary on the Quran, was a major twelfth-century scholar of Maybud, near Yazd in central Iran. This commentary, called Kashf al-asrar wauddat al-abriar [The Unveiling of the Mysteries and the Provision of the Pious], is one of the earliest and longest commentaries on the Quran in the Persian language, though a good portion of it is in Arabic. Maybudi explains select verses and their allusions (ishara); by this he means the manner in which the words and imagery can be understood as pointing to various dimensions of the soul's relationship with God. Maybudi's...
Based on valuable material from authentic tafasir in Arabic and Urdu, the book provides a thematic study of Surah Al-Imran. A commendable work, meeting the mindset and intellectual needs of the English-speaking young generation of Muslims in the West. By Abdur Rashid Siddiqui Binding: PaperbackPages: 52Publisher: Kube
La traducci≤n al espa±ol del significado de Al-Qur'an - La guφa para toda la Humanidad Spanish translation of Al-Qur'an, the Guidance for mankind, is a unique translation of the Holy Qur'an in contemporary Spanish. It includes the Biography of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, his mission as a Prophet, his ranking as in the human history. It includes the entire Text of the Holy Qur'an. Its features include:- Field Testing the Communication of Divine Message: The unique feature of this translation is its field testing for over 3 1/2 years to improve the communication and understanding of the...
Translated by Kristin Zahra Sands Subtle Allusions (Lataʾif al-isharat) is a line-by-line Arabic Qurʾanic commentary by the scholar and Sufi master Abu l-Qasim al-Qushayri (d.465/1074), who was also the author of the influential and widely read handbook on Sufism known as the Risala. Qushayri believed, like other Sufis, that the Qurʾan has layers upon layers of meaning, and that the attempt to reduce these layers to definitive interpretations demonstrates the limitations of the intellect rather than fidelity to the text. He suggested instead that the meaning of the Qurʾan is something to be discovered on an ongoing basis by individuals who...
The message of the Qur'an is addressed to all creation, conveyed in the Arabic language. Allah Almighty says: "We have sent it down as an Arabic Qur'an so that you may understand." (12:2) Acquiring command over the Arabic language can be relatively easy for those who are native speakers, but can prove difficult for the non-speakers. The study of Arabic, therefore, cannot be taken lightly.The books that can impart knowledge of the Qur'anic Arabic are rare. The present book is specifically designed for learning the language of the Qur'an. All examples used in the explanation of Arabic grammar have been...
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Reflections on a selection of Qur'anic ayahs (verses) as to how they relate to our life today. A few ayahs were selected from every night's recitation in Ramadan nights to reflect on their message as it relates to our life and our challenges today. As a result here are about 150 ayahs that deal with most of the important issues we face.
The first colored Word-for-Word English translation to help understand the meanings of the Arabic verses along with grammatical terms. Each word is differently colored along with its meaning in the same color to facilitate learning each word while comprehending a block of words. PUBLISHER: Darussalam
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This is an oversized copy of the Quran that is spiral bound. Perfect for reading from during prayer, or for those who would like to read from a large print mushaf.
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This mushaf is hard cover and large sized. It is a great tool for non-Arabic speakers because it is color coded by topic aiding in understanding and memorization
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A folding, portable stand. It will hold up your spiral Quran so that you can read from the Mushaf in tahajjud! This one is purple and a special price!
The publication of this book is a landmark in the history of Islamic literature in English. With this work, for the first time, a complete translation of one of the great classical commentaries on the Holy Qur an becomes available to English-speaking readers. Tafsir al-Jalalayn, meaning 'The Commentary of the Two Jalals' is named after its two authors: Jalalu d-Din al-Mahalli (1389-1459), who wrote half of it, and his student, Jalalu d-Din as-Su~uti (1445-1505), one of the greatest Muslim scholars of all, who completed it after al-Mahalli s death. For half a millennium Tafsir al-Jalalayn has been considered the essential...
Tafsir Al-Jalalayn is one of the most significant tafsirs, or commentaries, for the study of the Quran. Composed by two "Jalals"- Jalal al-Din al-Mahalli (d. 1459CE) and Jalal al-Din al-Suyuti (d. 1505CE), Tafsir Al-Jalalayn is generally regarded as one of the most easily accessible works of Quranic exegesis beacause of its simple style and one volume length. For the first time ever Tafsir al-Jalalayn is completely translated into an unabridged, highly accurate and readable annotated English translation by Feras Hamza. Translated by Dr. Feras Hamza General Editor: Ghazi bin Muhammad bin TalalBinding: PaperbackPages: 702Publisher: Fons Vitae
In this introduction, the author lays out some of the key themes of the Qur’an: Its virtues and the reciter’s; how to recite it; cautioning against showing off; what the one who knows the Qur’an must do and not neglect to do; learning its syntax; the excellence of tafsīr; the excellence of the bearer of the Qur’an; the respect and esteem mandatory for the Qur’an; threats against engaging in tafsīr by means of opinion (ra’y); the Book being explained by the Sunnah; how to learn and understand the Book of Allah and the Sunnah of His Prophet s; that it...
Tafsir Al-Tustari, presented here in complete English translation for the first time ever, is the fourth work in The Great Commentaries on the Holy Qur’an series. The series aims to make widely available leading exegetical works in translation for study and research in unabridged form, which are faithful to the letter and meaning of the Arabic. The Tafsir Al-Tustari is the earliest surviving Sufi commentary on the Qur'an. This commentary is one of the few authenticated works in Tustari's name, and is a key source for understanding the mystical thought and teachings of this important and influential Sufi. In addition...
Tafsir As-Sa'di / Saadi is a straight forward; easy to read; easy to understand explanation of the meaning of Qur'anic Ayat and statements. In addition to the simplicity of Ibn Saadi's writing; it is also articulate and eloquent. Consequently; for those newly acquainted with Tafseer and those new to Islam; this Tafsir provides an uncomplicated; deep and insightful comprehension into the meaning and explanation of the Qur'an. The uniqueness of this Tafsir is in the style the Shaikh used to explain the Ayat in a way that it is similar to everyday writing; without listing the various prophetic sayings or...
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Tafsir Ibn Abbas, presented here in complete English translation for the first time ever, is the second work in the Great Commentaries on the Holy Qur'an series. The series aims to make widely available leading exegetical works in translation for study and research in unabridged form, which are faithful to the letter and meaning of the Arabic. Attributed variously to the Companion Abdullah Ibn 'Abbas (d.687CE) and to Ibn Ya'qub al-Firuzabadi (d.1414CE), Tafsir Ibn Abbas is one of the pivotal works for understanding the environment which influenced the development of Quranic exegesis. Despite its uncertain authorship and its reliance on...
Tafsir provides an academic introduction to Tafsir methodologyfor intermediate level of study. By Muhittin Akgul Binding: PaperbackPages: 135Publisher: Tughra Books
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This triumph of American art, reflecting a decade of travel in the Islamic work, unites two cultures with its transcendent power.By Sandow BirkBinding: HardcoverPages: 443Publisher: Liveright Pub Corp
If you've ever sighed wistfully upon hearing of someone memorizing the Quran, wishing it was something you could do, too, then prepare to replace that wistfulness with determination! Filled with inspirational stories for your heart and memorization techniques for your mind, The Crowning Venture reminds us that memorizing the Quran is not an achievement to be conquered, it's a journey to savor. A journey YOU can make. By Saadia Mian Binding: PaperbackPages: 137Publisher: Daybreak Press
This is the recommended Qur'an translation for "QUR 101: Explanation and Recitation of Juz 'Amma" with the Ribaat Academic Program. For more information please visit rabata.org/ribaat. A Modern-Phrased Interpretation in English Ahmad Zaki Hammad Hardcover *Different colors provided. Image is just a sample.
Fakhr al-Din Razi’s Tafsir, The Great Exegesis, also known as Mafātih al-Ghayb, is one of the great classics of Arabic and Islamic scholarship. Written in the twelfth century, this commentary on the Qurʾān has remained until today an indispensable reference work. The Great Exegesis is a compendium not only of Qurʾānic sciences and meanings, but also Arabic linguistics, comparative jurisprudence, Aristotelian and Islamic philosophy, dialectic theology and the spirituality of Sufism.The present volume is the first ever translation into English from The Great Exegesis, and focuses on the first chapter of the Qurʾān, the Fātiḥa. This scholarly yet accessible translation...
In The Mission and Destiny of Humankind, Dr. Hafeez illustrates his own personal approach to the study of the Qur'an, which emphasizes the ongoing theme that we as humans have been placed on earth to be God's trustees. Individual Qur'anic passages are studied, reflected upon, organized thematically, and often even placed in outline format within tables that frequently grace the text.. --Jerald F. Dirks, Author of The Cross and the Crescent, Abraham-The Friend of God, Understanding Islam, The Abrahamic Faiths, Muslims in American History, Letters to my Elders in Islam, What You Weren't Taught in Sunday SchoolDr. Hafeez has done...
Being the holy book of Islam and the center of veneration of Muslims, the Qur'an has extensively been studied by Muslim scholars. This interest developed 'Ulum Al-Qur'an" or "the Sciences of the Qur'an" into a discipline that comprehensively studied every aspect of the Book of Allah. This book focuses on one of those sciences, which is studying the names of the chapters (suras) of the Qur'an. It explains where each chapter name has come from and tries to identify naming patterns. The book is divided into two main parts. The first contains seven chapters each of which focuses on certain...
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by Safi Kaskas & David Hungerford Drs. Kaskas’ and Hungerford’s underlying motivation for the translation and inclusion of the extensive footnotes are not intended to promote a particular school of Islam or Christian apologetics. These exist in abundance. Their goal is to build bridges of better understanding, undermine radicalism and enlighten ignorance. This powerful instrument offers Muslims and Christians a fresh insight on the “straight path” to reconciling with God and man; sorely needed and missing from other translations. Publisher: Bridges to Common Ground Paperback Pages: 570
Without a doubt, the Qur’an is beautiful, indeed, the most beautiful literary composition the Arabic language has ever known. It signified the divine presence itself and commanded the greatest honor. The proof that the Qur’an was the word of God devolved upon the Qur’an itself. The Qur’an, Muhammad claimed with Qur’anic approval, indeed dictation, is so beautiful that it is inimitable; it is so inimitable that it is miraculous. It is therefore not the work of humans but of God. This character of the Qur’an is called its i’jaz. The Sunnah as concretization of the vision, or materialization of the...
by Lawson, Todd Suppose our knowledge of the Quran began only recently with the discovery of mysterious scrolls in a desert cave. Suppose there was no Islamic history and no Muslim community to help us understand this book. Is it conceivable, then, that we might mistake it for the central text of a long-vanished apocalyptic community whose ideas about the next world, colorful and extraordinary as they appear, nonetheless make perfect sense in the context of perhaps the most pervasive literary genre of late antiquity, the epic?How do people understand the Quran to be divine revelation? What is it about...