Author: Ahmad Zaki Hammad
Publisher: Qur'anic Literacy Institute (QLI) 1997
Pages: 145 Binding: Hardcover
Description from the publisher:
Superb commentary on the intersection between the Qur'anic world view and the historical context of the first Muslim community. It intriguingly exposes for the first time the central issues of freedom of expression and worship that underlie the Qur'ans response to the violent designs of the Makkans against the message and its messenger. The Qur'anic Literacy Institute Series are works which have been superbly produced -- from content to cover. They are magisterially printed; beautifully bound; and made of the finest materials. Available individually or as a set of four; the commentaries are each in hard back; with cloth cover; ribbon place marker; and glossy dust jacket.