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Astonishing Truths of the Holy Quran, The

Iftekhar Bano Hussain

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Atlas of the Qur'an

Dr. Shauqi Abu Khalil

An Authentic Collection of the Qur'anic Information with Maps, Tables and Pictures This Atlas is new in its subject, a subject that has not been touched before. It helps whoever recites the Quran or studies it to specify the locations mentioned by the Noble Verses, and to mark those places of ancient people mentioned in the Qur'an. This is besides locating areas where the incidents of the prophetic Seerah occurred. Eventually the diligent reader will easily recognize those places, learn about [...]

An Authentic Collection of the Qur'anic Information with Maps, Tables and Pictures

This Atlas is new in its subject, a subject that has not been touched before. It helps whoever recites the Quran or studies it to specify the locations mentioned by the Noble Verses, and to mark those places of ancient people mentioned in the Qur'an. This is besides locating areas where the incidents of the prophetic Seerah occurred.

Eventually the diligent reader will easily recognize those places, learn about them, and take heed of them while reciting.

Eventually the diligent reader will easily recognize those places, learn about them, and take heed of them while reciting. The Atlas has also revealed obscure places we used to pass through inattentively, like the site where Nuh's Ark settled, the site of the curved Sand-hills {Al Ahqah}, the cave of the young faithful men, the houses of median, the site of Sodom and other places determined by the Atlas depending on reliable sources.

Thus the Atlas eliminates all the guessing and the fantasies we used to encounter when reciting the Noble Koran, and takes us to the specific place. [less]

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Authentic Musnad Of Reasons For The Descending Of Revelation, The

Shaykh Muqbil ibn Haadi al-Waadi'ee

"Knowing the reason why the verse was revealed helps us to understand its meaning. Some of the verses were difficult for some of the Companions of the Prophet and those after them to understand until they knew the reason why they were revealed."

"Knowing the reason why the verse was revealed helps us to understand its meaning. Some of the verses were difficult for some of the Companions of the Prophet and those after them to understand until they knew the reason why they were revealed." [less]

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Explanation of the Last Tenth of the Noble Qur'an, An

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Four Surahs from the Translation of the Holy Qur'an

Ali, Abdulla Yousuf

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History Of the Qur'anic Text, The

Al-Azami, M.M

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How to Approach & Understand the Quran

Jamaal al-Din M. Zarabozo

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In the Shade of the Quran

Qutb, Sayyid

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Introduction to the Sciences of Qur'an, An

Abu Ammar Yasir Qadhi

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Knowing Allaah's (s.w.t) Books and the Qur'aan

Muhammad Mustafa Al-Jibaly

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Light of the Quran: Explanation of Surah Al Ikhlas, & Surah Al Kafirun , The, The

A Summary of Over Twenty Classical Commentaries of the Qur'an Including Tabari, Sama-ani, Baghawi, Zamakhshari, Ibn Jawzi, Ibn Atiyyah, Qurtubi, Ibn Qayyim, Ibn Taymiyyah, Ibn Kathir, suyuti, alusi, Shawkani, Sa'di, Shanqiti & Others The Prophet peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, passed by a person reciting Surah Al ? Kafirun and remarked, ?He has been saved from shirk?. He passed by another reciting Surah Al ? Ikhlas and remarked. Paradise has become obligatory for him. Reported by [...]

A Summary of Over Twenty Classical Commentaries of the Qur'an Including Tabari, Sama-ani, Baghawi, Zamakhshari, Ibn Jawzi, Ibn Atiyyah, Qurtubi, Ibn Qayyim, Ibn Taymiyyah, Ibn Kathir, suyuti, alusi, Shawkani, Sa'di, Shanqiti & Others

The Prophet peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, passed by a person reciting Surah Al ? Kafirun and remarked, ?He has been saved from shirk?. He passed by another reciting Surah Al ? Ikhlas and remarked. Paradise has become obligatory for him.

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These two chapters have both been given the title Al-Ikhlas, or purity of faith, because they deal with the topic of Tawhid in all its various aspects. Al ? Ikhlas concentrates on the pure, essential faith in Allah that all mankind is required to have. Al ? Kafirun deals with purity of deed and disavowal of disbelief and paganism. Both chapters lay out the parameters of mans relationship with his/her lord and creator, as well as his/her relationship those around him/her.

Pure, unblemished monotheism combined with sincerity in belief and deed defines the relationship with Allah. Hi is one and only true God, unique, without peer, equal or opposite, and nothing is like on to him. He is the one who stands in need of nothing whereas everything is in dire need of him.

Maintaining the essential Muslim identity and character defines the relationship between the Muslim and his fellow man. The Muslim is unambiguous about his religion, truthful and upright in speech, deed and his dealings with those around him. Hi is proud of his faith and has unshakable conviction in it. He loves his lord, his Messenger and the Muslims and is loyal to them. Because of this, the dearest thing to him is his religion and he will not compromise it, pleasing Allah comes before pleasing the people.

The Prophet would frequently recite these two chapters in prayer because of the commonality of their theme and to stress that success is achieved, in this life and the next, by internalising their message and living by it. [less]

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Opening Chapter Of The Qur'an , The

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Paragons of the Quran

Ibn Qayyim

There are a numerous verses in the Noble Qur’an by which Allah, the Most High, brings Greater clarity and insight when explaining things to mankind. This is done through the use of deep and meaningful parables that are clear for human intellect to comprehend, ponder over and understand the message of the Qur’an. - It is from his infinite Wisdom that Allah destined these divinely revealed parables to become rooted in His Final Revelation, until the Last Day – through which mankind can [...]

There are a numerous verses in the Noble Qur’an by which Allah, the Most High, brings Greater clarity and insight when explaining things to mankind. This is done through the use of deep and meaningful parables that are clear for human intellect to comprehend, ponder over and understand the message of the Qur’an. - It is from his infinite Wisdom that Allah destined these divinely revealed parables to become rooted in His Final Revelation, until the Last Day – through which mankind can increase in knowledge, recognise guidance and embrace the truth. - In discussing the theme of some of these verses, this book exquisitely and beautifully explains many parables found therein, the depth of which will stimulate the intellect to ponder over the beauty of the articulated literary style and precision of the Magnificent Quran, guiding mankind to the straight path. - It is a timely translation of one on the finest, yet concise books written on the topic. Not only is this work an intellectual discourse, it also provides inspiration and instils spiritual enlightenment for every Muslim who seeks to create a stronger bond with the Mighty Book of Allah. [less]

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Qur'an and Modern Science: Compatible or Incompatible?, The

Naik, Zakir

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Qur'an Basic Teachings, The

Irving, Thomas Ballentine

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Real Life Lessons from the Holy Qur'an

Lakhani, Muhammad Bilal

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Reasons for Revelation: Juz' I to Juz' IV

Ali ibn Ahmad an-Neesaboori

Great respect and reverence is shown towards the Qur'an by Muslims all over the world, and by multitudes recite its verses regularly. Yet, beyond our daily recitations of its verses - which is a form of worship that is praiseworthy and highly rewarded by Allah - few of us make such effort to understand the meaning of these verses in depth. Such an understanding, however, is critical in order to thoroughly comprehend the guidance laid out for us by Allah in this majestic book. Many of the verses [...]

Great respect and reverence is shown towards the Qur'an by Muslims all over the world, and by multitudes recite its verses regularly. Yet, beyond our daily recitations of its verses - which is a form of worship that is praiseworthy and highly rewarded by Allah - few of us make such effort to understand the meaning of these verses in depth.

Such an understanding, however, is critical in order to thoroughly comprehend the guidance laid out for us by Allah in this majestic book. Many of the verses of the Qur'an were revealed in response to a particular question that arose in the young Muslim communities of Makkah and Madinah.

The situations or questions that preceded the revelation of specific verses addressing them are known as asbab an'nuzool, or the reasons for revelation. By understanding the context in which particular verses were revealed, we can attain a deeper understanding of the meaning of these verses and better insight into how these verses guide aspects of our daily lives. [less]

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Reasons for Revelation, The

Abu al-Hasan 'Ali al-Wahidi an-Neesaboori

Written by Imam al-Wahidi (d. 468/1075), Al-Wahidi’s Asbab al-Nuzul is the earliest, best-known representative and extant work of this genre. In the introduction to his Asbab al-Nuzul, Al-Wahidi, who was hailed as the greatest Qur'anic commentator of his time, wrote, "We have ended up benefiting the beginners in the sciences of the Book by expounding the occasions for which it was revealed. It is not possible to know the interpretation of a given verse or the meaning it alludes to without [...]

Written by Imam al-Wahidi (d. 468/1075), Al-Wahidi’s Asbab al-Nuzul is the earliest, best-known representative and extant work of this genre. In the introduction to his Asbab al-Nuzul, Al-Wahidi, who was hailed as the greatest Qur'anic commentator of his time, wrote, "We have ended up benefiting the beginners in the sciences of the Book by expounding the occasions for which it was revealed. It is not possible to know the interpretation of a given verse or the meaning it alludes to without knowing its story and the occasion of its revelation." This title is not only the work that has insured Al-Wahidi a prominent place in the field of Qur'anic study, but it is also the standard upon which all subsequent works on the occasions of the revelation were modeled. [less]

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Recitation Upon the Qur'aan

Aal-Fawzan, Al-'Allaamah

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Spiritual Cure: An Explanation of Surah al-Fatihah, The

Surah al Fatiha is the greatest chapter of the Qur'an, its like is not found in the rest of the Book or in the previous scriptures. It is a Light that was granted to Prophet Muhammad (S) which had not been granted to any other Prophet or Messenger before him; indeed some of the Salaf stated that when this chapter was revealed, Shayt?n let out a great cry of lament. It holds a central position in the daily Prayer hence the daily life of the Muslim. The underlying theme of al fatihah is one of [...]

Surah al Fatiha is the greatest chapter of the Qur'an, its like is not found in the rest of the Book or in the previous scriptures. It is a Light that was granted to Prophet Muhammad (S) which had not been granted to any other Prophet or Messenger before him; indeed some of the Salaf stated that when this chapter was revealed, Shayt?n let out a great cry of lament. It holds a central position in the daily Prayer hence the daily life of the Muslim. The underlying theme of al fatihah is one of contemplation and serenity; pondering the Names and Attributes of Allah, pondering the creation and acknowledging that He alone deserves praise and worship, that He alone should be asked for help, that He alone should be feared and hoped in that He alone should be invoked that there is indeed a Day of Judgement and that guidance has come to us and we are required to follow it. It calls us to carefully scrutinize our relationship with our Lord: are we living according to the dictates of 'none has the right to be worshipped save of Allah' or not? This opening chapter, despite its brevity, calls man to fulfill the rights of Tawhid, the right that Allah has over us to worship Him alone without any partners, in thirty places. This chapter summarizes succinctly the message of the whole Quran. [less]

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Study the Noble Qur'an: Vol. Three

Mujahid, Abdul Malik

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Study the Noble Qur'an: Vol. Two

Mujahid, Abdul Malik

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Tajweed rules for Qur'anic Recitation

Hafs Al-Gazzi

For every letter of the Qur’an that a Muslim recites, s/he is rewarded ten times over. This immense reward for such a seemingly simple task emphasizes the importance of learning how to recite the Qur’an. Tajweed Rules for Qur’anic Recitation: A Beginner's Guide aims to give the reader the necessary tools to properly recite the Qur’an according to the manner in which the Prophet Muhammad (sa) recited it.To set the stage for learning the proper Qur’anic recitation, or tajweed, the [...]

For every letter of the Qur’an that a Muslim recites, s/he is rewarded ten times over. This immense reward for such a seemingly simple task emphasizes the importance of learning how to recite the Qur’an. Tajweed Rules for Qur’anic Recitation: A Beginner's Guide aims to give the reader the necessary tools to properly recite the Qur’an according to the manner in which the Prophet Muhammad (sa) recited it.To set the stage for learning the proper Qur’anic recitation, or tajweed, the history of the Qur’an is briefly discussed from its revelation to its compilation. In addition, the history of the Science of Tajweed is touched upon, in order to move the reader into the rules of Qur’anic recitation. With the beginning learner in mind, the rules are detailed in a simple yet clear manner. Each new rule is elucidated with examples from the Qur’an for learners to apply to their recitation. [less]

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Tajweed Rules of the Qur'an Part 1

Kareema Czerepinski

This is a guide for studying tajweed. The student who uses this book is expected to have a basic grasp of Arabic before starting this course. The student should know all the Arabic letters and vowels and be able to read at an elementary level. This book is either for an English speaking student studying the Qura'an in an Arabic environment, but needing explanation of the Arabic terms in English, or a student studying the explanations of tajweed in English, but learning the basic concepts in [...]

This is a guide for studying tajweed. The student who uses this book is expected to have a basic grasp of Arabic before starting this course. The student should know all the Arabic letters and vowels and be able to read at an elementary level. This book is either for an English speaking student studying the Qura'an in an Arabic environment, but needing explanation of the Arabic terms in English, or a student studying the explanations of tajweed in English, but learning the basic concepts in Arabic so they may integrate into the Arabic terms and definitions throughout the book, since the science of tajweed is an Arabic science.

This book explains the articulation points of the Arabic letters, the rules of noon saakinah, meem saakinah, and lam saakinah. It explains all of the different lengthenings (mudood), and how voweled, and non-voweled letters are formed. The qalaqah mechanism is explained in the last chapter. Terms are introduced in Arabic, and the translated into English. Explanations are done in English, but with integration of Arabic terms, as they are learned.

A student of the Qur'an cannot except to learn tajweed simply by studying this book. The learning of proper Qur'anic recitation can only be done by listening to a qualified Qur'an teacher recite, then reciting to them and receiving corrections from the teacher. [less]

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Usool at-Tafseer

Dr. Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips

The title of this book, Usool at-Tafseer (literally, ‘The Fundamental Principles of Qur'anic Interpretation’), essentially refers to the branches of knowledge necessary for providing an accurate interpretation of the Qur'anic texts, such as Arabic grammar and syntax, Arabic literature, and Qur'anic sciences (‘Uloom al-Qur'ân). Familiarity with modern fields of learning, like the pure sciences and social sciences, is also necessary for a commentator in this era to make the Qur'anic [...]

The title of this book, Usool at-Tafseer (literally, ‘The Fundamental Principles of Qur'anic Interpretation’), essentially refers to the branches of knowledge necessary for providing an accurate interpretation of the Qur'anic texts, such as Arabic grammar and syntax, Arabic literature, and Qur'anic sciences (‘Uloom al-Qur'ân). Familiarity with modern fields of learning, like the pure sciences and social sciences, is also necessary for a commentator in this era to make the Qur'anic explanations relevant to modern human society. Usool at-Tafseer addresses the actual step-by-step methodology of interpreting the Qur'an to ensure that interpretations are not merely the result of human whims and fancies. These subjects were traditionally mentioned in the books of usool al-fiqh (the fundamental principles of Islamic Law) and the introductions to the classical books of tafseer. The core material for this book was taken from the excellent work Mabâhith fee ‘Uloom al-Qur'ân, by Shaykh Mannâ‘ al-Qattân. However, supplementary material was also gathered from other classical and current works on the subject, as the footnotes clearly indicate. Those chapters of particular relevance to the English-speaking reader were chosen, while others which include Arabic linguistic issues beyond the comprehension of the average reader were not included. [less]

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Wonderful Scientific Signs in the Qur'aan

An-Najjar, Zaghloul

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