Author: Translated by Sayyid Ali Quli Qara'i
Publisher: Tahrike Tarsile Qur'an, Inc. (2006)
Pages: 944 Binding: Paperback
Description from the publisher:
Glory is to God with His praise, Who sent down the Quran through His Honored Servant Muhammad (Upon whom be Peace) to mankind as a distinction and criterion between good and evil and much more. The Quran is not only the Final Revelation from God but it is also a miraculous sign or a divine miracle. Upon reading the Quran, it soon attracts, astounds and in the end enforces reverence. For a man of eloquence, the Quran is a sagacity; for a scholar, in its knowledge; for a sociologist; in its social system; for a legislator, in its legislative system ; for a politician in its politics, for the ruler in its justice system, and for the whole world. The Quran is essentially universal, being the natural continuation of all previous Revealed Scriptures, notably those from the Abrahamic tradition as delivered, among others, by the Prophet Moses, David, and Jesus. All of whom are accepted as righteous and true Prophets of God by Muslims.