Author: Muzaffar Iqbal
Publisher: Islamic Book Trust (2009)
Pages: 57 Binding: Paperback 5.75 x 8.5 x 0.25"
Description from the publisher:
The Quran, Orientalism, and the Encyclopedia of the Quran brings into sharp relief established attitudes of Western academia toward the Quran, especially as evidenced in the only extant multi-volume reference work on the Quran in English - Brill’s Encyclopedia of the Quran. The author exposes layers of centuries-old polemical literature against the Quran entrenched in putatively “rigorous and academic scholarship”, and underscores the need for Muslims to produce an alternate reference work on the Quran.