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In the Name of Allâh, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful

"Had We sent this Qur'an down upon a mountain you would have seen it humbled, rent asunder from the fear of Allah." [Soorah al-Hashr (59):21]


Translation of The Holy Quran in Urdu Ahmed Ali, Transliteration, English Yusuf Ali, French, German, English Shakir, English Qaribullah, English Muhsin Khan, English Pickthall, Albanian, Azerbaijani, Bosnian, Brazilian, Dutch, Finnish, Indonesian, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Latin, Malaysian, Mexican, Poland, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swahili, Thai, Turkish, Urdu Jalandhry

Study the Noble Quran Word for Word (3 Volume Set)

Author: Darussalam | Volumes: 3 | Size: 252 MB

Complete Qur'an in 3 volumes Colour Version. The first colored Word-for-Word English translation to understand the meanings of the Arabic verses along with grammatical terms. Each word is differently colored along with it's meaning in the same color to facilitate learning each word while comprehending a block of words. Study the Noble Quran Word for Word ( complete in 3 volumes ) Compiled By: Dar-us-Salam. Translation by: Dr. Muhammad Taqi-ud-Din Al-Hilali and Dr. Muhammad Muhsin Khan To understand the Quran it is necessary that one should know the translation of every word of the verse. Therefore, to convey to the people, the more accurate meaning of the Qur'anic verses, the word-for-word translation of the meanings of the Noble Qur'an is produced. Since mere word-for-word translation itself does not lead to the complete understanding, the idiomatic translation is also produced on the same page to facilitate for the complete awareness.

Al Quran Al Kareem Maqdis Word-by-Word Translation Colour Coded Tajweed

Author: Al-Quran Word by Word (Maqdis) | Pages: 640 | Size: 381 MB

Al-Quran Al-Kareem Maqdis is a translation learning method of word-by-word Al-Quran with every word and sentence is colored differently, in Arabic and English. Every word in the Quran was translated literally so that the reader could understand the meaning of every single word. It needs to be remembered that not all literal translation represents the exact meaning of the word since the Quran uses varied Arabic language style and sometimes metaphor. Accordingly, to understand the full or intended meaning of the word or the verse, Muhsin Khan's the Holy Quran Translation had been included in this edition. However, to comprehend more of the meaning of the Quran, reading the commentary of the Quran from trusted scholars would be necessary.

Word for Word Meaning of The Quran (3 Volume Set)

Author: Muhammad Mohar Ali | Volumes: 3 | Size: 203 MB

This set places one or a couple of words of the 'ayah in one line of a column and gives their meanings side by side in another column, taking care to see that the flow and intelligibility of the English meanings are not thereby lost. This method enables the reader to identify which English words or phrases represent the meaning of which words in the Arabic text. It has the additional advantage of keeping the meaning strictly to the wording of the text or importing in the meaning any word or expression that has no correspondence with anything in the text.

Tafseer As-Sa'di (10 Volume Set)

Author: Shaykh Abdur Rahman Nasir as-Sa'di | Volumes: 10 |

For the first time in the English language, the complete translated version of the brilliant Tafseer As-Sa'di by Shaykh Abdur Rahman al-Sa'di (teacher of Shaykh Ibn Uthaymeen), rahimahumAllaah. Tafsir As-Sa'di is a straightforward, easy to read, easy to understand explanation of the meaning of Qur'anic Ayat and statements. In addition to the simplicity of Ibn Sa'di's writing, it is also articulate and eloquent. Consequently, for those newly acquainted with Tafsir and those new to Islam, this Tafsir provides an uncomplicated, deep and insightful comprehension into the meaning and explanation of the Qur'an. Each volume has a glossary of Islamic terms and a detailed alphabetical index.

Tafsir Al-Qurtubi

Author: Imam Abu Abdullah Al-Qurtubi | Volumes: 4

The publication of this volume represents a significant landmark in the history of Islamic literature in English. There has until now been a dearth of translations of classical tafsir literature into English. With the first volume of this abridged translation of Imam al-Qurtubi's al-Jami' li-ahkam al-Qur'an ("The Compendium of Legal Rulings of the Qur'an"), an important step has been taken towards remedying this situation. It gives English-speaking readers access to one of the great classical commentaries, containing a wealth of authoritative traditional exposition of the Sacred Text. Comprehensive interpretation of the Holy Qur'an requires consideration of every aspect -- spiritual, legal, linguistic, social, and others. While his Tafsir covers them all, Imam al-Qurtubi was especially concerned to bring out the legal implications of the Qur'anic text, and his work emphasizes the practical applications of the Revelation. This gives it particular relevance to those interested in learning how the Qur'an informs the daily life of the Muslims, on both the individual and communal level. The author also explains the diversity of the various readings (qira'at) and explores the alternative interpretations that can be derived from them.

Tafsir Ibn Kathir

Author: Ibn Kathir | Pages: 5698 | Size: 228 MB

The Qur'an is the revelation of Allah's Own Words for the guidance of His creatures. Since the Qur'an is the primary source of Islamic teachings, the correct understanding for the Qur'an is necessary for every Muslim. The Tafsir of Ibn Kathir is among the most renowned and accepted explanation of the Qur'an in the entire world. In it one finds the best presentation of Hadiths, history, and scholarly commentary.

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In the Shade of the Qur'an

Author: Sayyid Qutb | Volumes: 18 | Size: 236 MB

In The Shade Of The Qur'an is more than 'just another' commentary; yet it is not too over-reaching or outlandish to be a completely new interpretation. It is an earnest, sincere and sober look at man's contemporary achievements and difficulties in the light of the message of the Qur'an. It is an effort to vigorously explore its rich wisdom, and expand its invaluable guidance for the benefit of an increasingly 'sophisticated' , yet highly perplexed modern society.

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Ma'ariful Quran

Author: Mufti Muhammad Shafi | Volumes: 8 | Size: 200 MB

Mufti Muhammad Shafi wrote Ma'ariful Quran in Urdu, which has already become a great reference for the layman and the scholar alike. Now its English translation supervised by his son Mufti Taqi Usmani, brings this great treasure to the English-speaking world. This set contains the complete commentary of the Qur'an. Contains an introduction to Quranic sciences by Mufti Muhammad taqi Uthmani

Secrets Within The Order Of The Qur'an

Author: Jalal Al-Din Al-Suyuti | Pages: 336

This unique book displays the genius of al-Suyuti in exegesis of the Qur'an. Through his deep reflection and knowledge of the Qur'an and its related sciences; he provides insights into why its chapters are ordered so and unveils intricacies to the reader which could only have been unearthed by one possessing such mastery and genius. The author states at many junctures within the book that he is displaying his reflections to the reader; so one is given the opportunity through this intimate writing style to ponder over the Qur'an from the perspective of a true tafsir master.

Help Yourself In Reading Quran (Arabic-English)

Author: Qari Abdussalam | Pages: 64 | Size: 8 MB

It is a guide for learning to read the Arabic of the Qur'an in a simple way through transliteration without a teacher. After mastering this guide , one will be able to read Qur'an without any difficulty.

An Introduction to Tajweed

Author: Muhammad Idrees Asim | Pages: 114 | Size: 41 MB

Al-Qaaidah Al Quraaniyyah is a good book to learn Quran Tajweed easily with lessons, extensive notes and exercises for the english speaking students

Usool at-Tafseer

Author: Abu Ameena Bilal Philips | Pages: 240 | Size: 3 MB

An Excellent Gift to Students of Islamic Sciences Literally translated 'The Fundamental Principles of Qur'aanic Interpretation,' this book refers to the branches of knowledge which are necessary to provide an accurate interpretation of the Qur'anic texts, such as Arabic grammar and syntax, Arabic literature and Qur'anic sciences ('uloom al-Qur'aan). Addressed topics include the Tafseer of the Qur'an, books of tafseer, translations of the Qur'an, Wahy ('divine revelation'), reasons for revelation, the differences between Makkan and Madinan revelations, Naskh, the Muhkam and Mutashaabih, and more.

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Ulum al-Qur'an

Author: Ahmad Von Denffer | Pages: 59 | Size: 1 MB

`Ulum al-Qur'an: An Introduction to the Sciences of Quran, deals with the traditional subjects such as meaning of revelation, history and transmission of the text, asbab al-nuzul, exegesis, etc. as well as issues of more recent origin, like recording of the Qur'an, orientalists' views, translations and others. The concluding chapter has valuable practical advice for reading and studying of the Holy Book of Islam.

An Introduction to the Sciences of the Qur'aan

Author: Abu Ammar | Pages: 419 | Size: 47 MB

The book provides the English reader with a detailed analysis of classic Muslim scholarship regarding: the process of Inspiration (wahy); the various means of classifying verses of the Qur'aan; the history of the compilation of the Qur'aan; the meaning of the seven ahruf and the ten qira'aat of the Qur'aan; the miraculous nature of the Qur'aan; the concept of abrogation in the Qur'aan; the procedure and methodology of tafseer; and many other topics. The work has a number of sections dedicated to explaining the traditional Muslim refutations of certain beliefs of the Ash'arees with regards to the Qur'aan.

Introduction to The Principles of Tafsir

Author: Shaykh Salih Al-Uthaymin | Pages: 204 | Size: 5 MB

The Quran is the greatest miracle for mankind, yet how many of us truly understand its beautiful message and the sciences that surround it? This book is one of the many written on this topic. In it, the renowned author Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah outlines the principles employed by the scholars in understanding the verses of the Qur’an.

How to Approach and Understand the Quran

Author: Jamaal al-Din Zarabozo | Pages: 301 | Size: 13 MB

In this work, the author has attempted to bridge the gap between Muslims and the Quran. The author writes about what the Quran is and what is a Muslim's responsibility toward it. He also studies the effect that the Quran had upon the first generation of Muslims and attempts to answer why the Quran does not seem to have the same miraculous effect today.

Juz’ ‘Amma: Part 30 of the Qur’an

Author: Ibn Katheer | Pages: 291 | Size: 12 MB

The 30th and last section of the Qur’an is probably the most widely read and memorized of all the parts of the Qur’an, containing as it does, many short chapters which are easy to commit to memory. This explanation and commentary of those chapters will help you understand their full meaning and importance.

A Commentary on Surah Al-Buruj

Author: Bilal Philips | Pages: 90 | Size: 2 MB

This is a summary around the compilation of the Quran. The Qur'an Consists of many lessons and parables for people to obtain lessons and draw strength from. Surah Buruj contains one of the most beautiful stories of steadfastness and patience in the face of adversity; a universal lesson applicable to all. A step by step analysis of each verse drawing upon different sources . The author brings out the great relevance of the Quran to our lives and to occurrences/events in the modern world.

Towards Understanding the Qur'an

Author: Sayyid Abul A'la Mawdudi | Volumes: 3 | Size: 45 MB

Sayyid Abul A'la Mawdudi, Trans./Ed. Zafar Ansari. A lively and highly readable English rendering of Tafhim al-Qur'an. This tafsir answers contemporary questions and makes the Qur'an fully relevant to the concerns of our day, yet it loses none of its timelessness nor sacrifices any of the traditional understanding. Each Surah is prefaced by an account of the background and teachings. Maps and indexes add greatly to the work.

Atlas of the Quran

Author: Dr. Shawqi Abu Khalil | Pages: 390 | Size: 13 MB

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 Qur'an or studies it to specify the locations mentioned by the Noble Verses, and to mark those places of ancient people mentioned in the Qur'Gn. 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.

The History of the Qur'anic Text

Author: Muhammad Mustafa al-Azami | Pages: 394 | Size: 10 MB

The History of the Qur'anic Text from Revelation to Compilation : A Comparative Study with the Old and New Testaments. The Qur'an reigns supreme in Muslim hearts as the most sacred of texts: a profusion of exalted ideas to rouse the mind, noble histories to stir the soul, universal truths to awaken the conscience and precise injunctions directing humanity to its own deliverance, all distilled into the melodious essence that is the Word of Allah. Through fourteen centuries Muslims have persevered in championing the text against corruption, memorising its every word and contemplating its every phrase, so that in our own times untold millions have enthusiastially committed each letter to heart.

The Qur'an and the Orientalists

Author: Muhammad Mohar Ali | Pages: 374 | Size: 16 MB

The author has met the orientalists on their own grounds. He has taken up their arguments and assumptions one by one, dealing with each and every one and examining them with the facts and logic.

Etiquette with the Quran

Author: Imam al-Nawawi | Pages: 231 | Size: 10 MB

The topics this volume raises include: ritual cleanliness, opportune times for recitation, the etiquette that students have with their teachers (and that teachers must have with their students), and a variety of other issues that every Muslim should know and often ask about. The present work was designed and written to explain to men and women how best to benefit from the Book of Allah. The blessing of the Quran is that whoever recites it as it should be recited is changed by it, and brought by imperceptible degrees to see why everything is the way it is…. It is well known to everyone conversant with the Islamic disciplines that the learning of many things does not teach wisdom, and that traditional books do not reveal their secrets or bestow their benefits to those without the key to them.

Studying the Glorious Qur'an

Author: Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi | Pages: 114 | Size: 24 MB

In Studying the Glorious Qur'an, we have an immensely fascinating and readable work which offers us the means to understand and appreciate how best to approach the study of the Qur'an. This is achieved in the identification of the miracles which the Qur'an presents. This book firmly establishes the acceptance of the Qur'an as the final Word of God whilst still retaining the Revelations of the earlier prophetic traditions and helps build an understanding of the Qur'an as the Ultimate Guidance and Reformation for all mankind, for all times.

Causes that Aid in the Memorization of the Qur’an

Author: Mahmood al-Misri | Pages: 41 | Size: 1 MB

“For those of you who wish to embark on the praiseworthy path of memorising Qur’aan, the path which all the scholars and students of knowledge had first taken, this project will insha’Allaah aim to fully translate a very useful (albeit small) book titled ‘Asbaab al-Mu’eena ‘alaa Hifdh al-Qur’aan’ written to ease the memorisation of Qur’aan, containing practical tips as well as verses and ahadeeth speaking of the virtues of hifdh and the huffaadh.” Sister Farhia Yahya has just finished this project of translating this book in English. It’s an excellent resource for anyone who is serious about memorizing the Qur’an and it’s now available to us in English!

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The Relief From Distress

Author: Ibn Taymiyyah | Pages: 253 | Size: 35 MB

An explanation to the Du'a of Yunus. The Dua of Dhun-Nun (Yunus) by which he invoked Allah from within the belly of the whale was “There is none worthy of worship except You. You are pure. Verily I am amongst the oppressors.” TMQ Al-Anbiya 21:87 The Prophet (SAW) said about the Invocation of Yunus 'None who is experiencing difficulty employs it except that Allah would relieve him of his difficulty' Shaikh ul Islam Ibn Taymiyyah was asked about the dua of yunus and He answers it in the form of this Book. Among the Questions answered include. What is the Meaning of this Dua? Are their any unstated connection between belief in the heart and the meaning of this Supplication? What are the connection between belief in the heart and the meaning of this Supplication such that it leads to the removal of difficulty? What are the Conditions, the Method and many more Questions answered

Real-Life Lessons From The Holy Quran

Author: Muhammd Bilal Lakhani | Pages: 88 | Size: 6 MB

As a Muslim, we believe this life to be a test for the life hereafter. The primary guideline for this test's preparation comes from Qur'an, the divine revelation and Hadiths of the Prophet Muhammad PBUH. This book; "Real Life Lessons from the Holy Quran" aims at helping fellow Muslims to understand Islamic way of living in 21st century and become better human beings. It provides powerful words of advice on how to handle different situations, perform certain tasks, avoid particular actions and win the struggle against Satan, as guided by Allah SWT.

Advice Regarding The Book of Allah

Various important topics are covered in this book; such as the miracle of the Qur’an, unclear verses in the Qur’an, healing from the Qur’an, contemplation of the Qur’an, the jinn who heard the Qur’an, the failure of those who tried to emulate the Qur’an, and many more. Hasan al-Basri said, “A person will say: ‘By Allah, I have recited the entire Qur’an and I have not neglected a single letter’; while in reality he has neglected the entire Qur’an. The Qur’an cannot be seen in his manners or his actions.”

Stories of The Qur'an

Author: Ibn Kathir | Pages: 110 | Size: 1 MB

This Book is extracted from the Book of Imam Ibn Kathir "Al-Bidayah Wan-Nihayah" one of the most important texts written about the History of the World until the time of the author. The Stories of the Prophets are not included in this Volume as they have already been Published under a different Cover also Some Stories As with many Translation of Ibn Kathirs Works this is an Abridge version without impairing the contents of the book.

The Unchallengeable Miracles of the Quran

Author: Yusuf Al-Hajj Ahmad | Pages: 339 | Size: 51 MB

Learn the numerous scientific facts revealed in the Quran over 1400 years ago...

The Quran is a book of guidance for all of humanity, and per Islamic belief, Allah has promised that He will preserve it in its original form until the Day of Judgment. The inimitable style of the Quran and the superior wisdom in it are definitive evidences that it is the Word of God. Besides, the Quran has many miraculous verses proving that it is undoubtedly a revelation from God and not the work of a human.

The Miracles of The Qu'ran

Author: Muhammad Mitwalli ash-Sha’rawi | Pages: 273 | Size: 22 MB

For Muslims, the Holy Qur'an is an inexhaustible and hauntingly beautiful source of guidance, consolation and enlightenment. Above all, it is the very Word of God as revealed to the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and protected for all time against falsification. Muslims' absolute certainty on this point is often difficult for others to comprehend, however majestic and eloquent the text, even in translation. Shaykh ash-Sharawi, a distinguished contemporary scholar from Egypt, has written a book designed to be read by Muslims and non-Muslims alike. In plain and wholly logical language, ash-Sharawi presents objective and well documented evidence of the miraculous nature of the Qur'an. The Miracles of the Qur'an, now presented in a fluent English translation, is divided into three parts. Part 1 discusses the nature of miracles and examines those linguistic and rhetorical characteristics of the Holy Qur'an which Muslims believe - and history had shown to be inimitable by man. In parts 2 and 3 the author demonstrates, by profound analysis of numerous passages from the text, that the Qur'an contains irrefutable proof of its direct Revelation from Allah, the Omniscient Creator. This authoritative and highly readable book is essential reading for anyone concerned in understanding the nature if the Holy Scripture of Islam

Character of Bearers & People of The Qur’an

Author: Abu Bakr Muhammad b. al-Husayn al-Ajurri | Size: 1 MB

The Character of the Bearers and People of the Qur'an discusses the required manners and character of those who preserve, recite and believe in the Qur'an, thus including all Muslims in general. The book is divided into ten chapters. Most of the material is of two types: quotations and admonitions. The quotations are from the Qur'an, Sunnah and words of the Companions and the Salaf; the admonitions have been composed by the author on the basis of the quotations, to address the reader directly and guide him to righteousness and virtue.

Character of Bearers & People of The Qur’an

Author: Raymond Farrin | Pages: 179 | Size: 3.5 MB

Structure and Qur'anic Interpretation , aimed both at readers familiar with the Qur'an and at those opening it for the first time, differs from other books on the Qur'an in that it reveals the text's fundamental symmetrical organization. Moreover, through readings of key Qur'an chapters, Farrin shows how structure serves as a guide to interpretation. Indeed, one finds that the Qur'an's structure again and again points to universal messages of an ethical nature, rather than to messages whose application may be limited to a specific context.

Excellent Qualities of the Qur'an

Author: ibn 'Abdul Wahab | Pages: 14 | Size: 1 MB

Foreword from book, ' This is an English version of the book entitled Fada il-e-Qur'an originally written in Arabic by the Imam Muhammad bin 'Abdul Wahab, an eminent Muslim Scholar, and translated into Urdu by Maulana Mahmud Ahmad Ghazanfar, Mab'uth, Dar al-Ifta, Government of Saudi Arabia. Strictly speaking it is not a literal rendering of the original; rather it is the presentation of the meaning of the original in easy English language; in presenting the meaning, however, an attempt has been made to be very close to the original. All footnotes are added by the Translator to clarify difficult phrases and words, and to provide the reader with more relevant information. It is hoped that this small book will be of great help to the Englishknowing reader in his understanding of the Holy Qur'an. I must record my sincere thanks to Maulana Ghazanfar for carefully going through the manuscript and making valuable suggestions for improving the rendering. May Allah accept this humble effort of a worker who is neither a well versed Scholar nor a reputed Writer, and forgive him for the mistakes and shortcomings due to his ignorance and lack of knowledge.Muhammad Iqbal Siddiqi.'

An Index to the Qur'an

The Index of the Quran is intended to make the Holy Book approachable to the reader. In this meticulous and painstaking effort, the author has attempted to put together verses in the qquran dealing with one subject together in one place in a particular sequence.

Who Wrote the Qur'an?

Author: Muhammad Mustafa al-Azami | Pages: 25 | Size: 1 MB

This is a summary around the compilation of the Quran. Another book which is excellent and is highly recommended on this topic is 'The History of the Qur'anic Text from Revelation to Compilation : A Comparative Study with the Old and New Testaments' by Muhammad Mustafa al-Azami.

Tafsir Of Surah al-Fatihah

This commentary is a compilation gathered from a number of commentaries written. These being: · Tafseer at-Tabaree · Tafseer al-Qurtubi [Jaami lil Ahkaam al-Qur’an] · Tafseer ibn Katheer · Tafseer ash-Shawkanee [Fath al-Qadeer] · Tafseer as-Sa`dee [Tayseer al-Kareem ar-Rahman] · Tafseer ash-Shanqeetee [Adwaa al-Bayaan fee Eedaah al-Qur’an bil Qur’an].

Tafsir of Surat at-Tawba: Repentance

A Tafsir of Surat at-Tawba taken from traditional sources. Fight against those who (1) believe not in Allah, (2) nor in the Last Day, (3) nor forbid that which has been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger (4) and those who acknowledge not the religion of truth (i.e. Islam) among the people of the Scripture (Jews and Christians), until they pay the Jizyah with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued. [Tawbah 9:29]

The Three Shelters

Author: Bilal Philips | Pages: 108 | Size: 4 MB

Commentaries on Soorahs al-Ikhlaas, al-Falaq and an-Naas. This Tafseer contains a far greater depth of understanding due to the number of other classical and contemporary commentaries used like al-Qurtubee’s al-Jaami‘ li Ahkaam al-Qur’aan, Ibn al-Qayyim’s Compilations, ash-Shawkaanee’s Fat’h al-Qadeer, ash-Shanqeetee’s Adwaa ul-Bayaan, as-Sa‘dee’s Tayseer al-Kareem ar-Rahmaan, and Al ‘Uthaymeen’s Tafseer al-Qur’aan al-Kareem.

Heavenly Hues: Thematic Tafseer (Notes)

At the time the Qur’an was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad sal Allahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, Arabia was a relatively unknown and desolate place. Yet, within 23 short years, the entire region was transformed – from barren to Blessed; the land of the Arabs became the land of the Qur’an - a fountain of knowledge and light, forming a civilization that would be unmatched in its social, economic and political success. Miraculous.

Benefits From Surah Yoosuf

Author: Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid | Pages: 10 | Size: 1 MB

This book is an adaption of a friday khutbah given by Sheikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid which explains the fruits that can be taken from the life of prophet Yoosuf (may Allah be pleased with him). This chapter Yoosuf relates to the story of one of the noble prophets, peace be upon him, and includes great admonitions and numerous benefits for the believers, as well as Islaamic rulings which the scholars of Islaam have extracted from this wonderful story that Allaah revealed to His Prophet Muhammad sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam. The story of Prophet Yoosuf, peace be upon him, has a distinct, beautiful style, and neither the Jews nor the Christians have anything like it in their books, especially in such detail.

"Each verse is like a date: the more you chew it..."

1 - The Messenger of Allah said:

"Whoever wants to to love Allah and His Messenger, then let him read the Mushaf."

['Sahih al-Jami''; # 6289]

2 - Ibn 'Abbas narrated:

"al-Walid bin al-Mughirah (a polytheist) came to the Messenger of Allah. The Messenger of Allah recited the Qur'an to him, and al-Walid seemed to become affected and softened by it. Abu Jahl came to know of this, so, he came to al-Walid and said: "Don't you see that your people are collecting charity for you?"

He said: "And why is that?"

Abu Jahl replied: "So that they can give it to you, as they see that you went to Muhammad to get some of his food."

al-Walid said: "Quraysh knows that I am of the wealthiest of its sons."

Abu Jahl said: "So, say to Muhammad something that would convince your people that you oppose him."

al-Walid replied: "And what can I possibly say? There is not a single man who is more knowledgable of poetry or prose than I, or even that of the Jinn, and by Allah, what he says bears no resemblance to these things. By Allah, what he says has a sweetness to it, and a charm upon it; the highest part of it is fruitful and the lowest part of it is gushing forth with bounty; it dominates and cannot be dominated, and it crushes all that is under it.""

[Reported by al-Hakim in 'al-Mustadrak' (2/506-507) and at-Tabari in 'Jami' al-Bayan' (29/156), and it is authentic]

3 - Jubayr bin Mut'im said:

"I heard the Messeger of Allah recite 'at-Tur' in the Maghrib prayer, and when he got to the verses {"Were they created by nothing, or were they themselves the creators? Or did they create the heavens and the earth? No, but they have no firm Belief. Or are with them the treasures of your Lord? Or are they the tyrants with the authority to do as they like?"} [at-Tur; 35-37], my heart wanted to fly from my body out of awe."

['Tafsir Ibn Kathir'; 4/309]

4 - 'Uthman bin 'Affan said:

"If our hearts were truly pure, we would never get enough of the Words of our Lord, and I hate that one day passes with me not looking in the Mushaf."

['al-Bidayah wan-Nihayah'; 7/215]

5 - Ibn Abi Mulaykah narrated:

"'Ikrimah bin Abi Jahl used to press the Mushaf to his face and cry, saying: "The Book of my Lord! The Words of my Lord!""

[Reported by 'Abdullah bin al-Mubarak in 'al-Jihad'; # 56]

6 - Bishr bin as-Sirri said:

"Verily, each verse is like a date: the more you chew it, the more of its sweetness is released." Abu Sulayman heard this and commented: "True. It is the case with one of you that if he begins one chapter of it, he wants to read it to the end."

['al-Hadith fi 'Ulum al-Qur'an'; p. 70]

Translated by Abu Sabaayaa

Unique Characteristics of the Qur'an

Inimitability of the Qur'an and Some Evidences of It Being From Allah (subhanahu wa ta`ala)

Intellectual Proofs in the Qur'an
Dr. Abdul Radhi Muhammad Abdul Mohsen

Language: The Main Vehicle Of Contemplation
Malik Badri

Preservation of the Qur'aan
Abu Muntasir

Qur'anic Prophecies About the Future
Dr. Abdul Radhi Muhammad Abdul Mohsen

The Challenge
Dr. Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips

The Miracle of Qur'anic Eloquence and Style
Dr. Abdul Radhi Muhammad Abdul Mohsen

Virtues of the Qur'an 1/2
Shaykh `Abdul Qadir al-Arna'oot

Virtues of the Qur'an 2/2
Shaykh `Abdul Qadir al-Arna'oot

Muslim's Relationship with the Qur'an

An Aspect of the Qur'aan's Miraculous Nature
Dr. Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips

Giving Priority to the Qur'an
Shaykh Abu Anas Hamad al-`Uthmaan

Healing the Weak Iman
Shaykh Muhammad Salih al-Munajjid

How To Benefit From the Qur'aan
Shaykh Muhammad Jameel Zeeno

Running Away From the Qur'aan
Shaykh `Abdul `Aziz ibn Baz

The Excellence of the Followers of the Qur'an
Imam Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab

The Veneration of the Mighty Qur'an
Imam Al-Bayhaqi

Warning From Abandoning the Qur'aan
Shaykh Muhammad Jameel Zeeno

When will I see you as a Haafidh?
Shaykh Yasir Salamah

Etiquettes Of Reciting The Quran
Sheikh Fuad Ash-Shulhoob

How to Memorise the Noble Quran
Dr. Yahya al-Ghouthani

O Bearers of the Qur'an!
Imam al-Ajooriyy al-Baghdadi

Book Reviews From Behind Bars
Imam Anwar Al-Awlaki

Qur’an Bearers: Nobles of this Ummah
Imam al-Jazari

Tafseer of Juzz Amma | Lectures
Nouman Ali Khan

Abandoning The Quraan
Mohammad Elshinawy

Reminders from Surah Baqarah
Nouman Ali Khan

Koran by Heart

Tafseer of Surah Maryam
Mustapha Al Majzoub

Carry the Flag
Tarek Mehanna

40 Hadith on the Qur'an
Quran Project

Caring Verses - Verses for Motivation and Recovery
Dr. Rakmi Abd. Rahman

Surah Yasin
Nouman Ali Khan

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