ISBN: 9781902248851 Author: Dr. Musharraf Hussain Publisher: Invitation Publishing 3rd Edition (July 2020) Pages: 1346 Binding: Hardcover with Dust Jacket
Description from the publisher:
This reader-friendly translation of the Quran will help you to understand the topic you are reading and learn the moving and transformative message of the Quran. There are 1500 sections with headings. The infallible word of Allah is a literary masterpiece of breathtaking beauty, revealed by the Most Kind and Loving Lord in an authoritative yet gentle, poetic language.
This refreshing and beautiful presentation of the glorious Quran is accurate, and reads easily and flows smoothly. The notes help to explain special Islamic concepts and Quranic terms, as well as Arabic metaphors and idioms. This landmark translation will appeal to English readers globally.
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Feel the impact of The Majestic Quran in plain English
Find 1500 unique inspirational section headings
Understand the central theme of each Surah
Use the message of the Majestic Quran to change yourself
Enjoy the flow, flavour and feeling that fill Allah's word.
All profits generated will go towards the publication of the paperback version, which will be given out free to non-Muslims for Dawah purposes in schools, colleges, universities, prisons and other public organisations.
About the Translator --
Dr Musharraf Hussain is a Scholar and the chief Executive of Karimia Institute Nottingham. He came to Britain from Pakistan in 1966 with his parents to the town of Halifax, where he memorised the Quran, learnt Tajweed and basic Quranic Arabic. After completing a degree in Biochemistry at Aston University, he went on to gain a Science doctorate. He worked as a Scientist till 1990 and then decided to dedicate himself to serving the Muslim community. He studied the Islamic sciences at a seminary in Pakistan under the guidance of Justice Pir Muhammad Karam Shah and then at Al-Azhar University, Cairo. He was awarded an OBE in 2008 for his services to community relations in Britain. Formerly he was the director of the PGCE teacher training course and vice-chair of the Association of Muslim Schools (2000-2003) as well as the chairman of the Christian Muslim forum (2008-2010).