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  • Author:
    M.H. Shakir
  • ISBN:
    094036817X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0940368170
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  • Publisher:
    Tahrike Tarsile Qur'an (January 27, 1993)
  • Pages:
    654 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Islam
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Containing the full Arabic text of the Qur'an and an accompanying English translation, this is a compilation of the Muslim faith's Final Revelation from God to mankind through the last Prophet Muhammad.

Containing the full Arabic text of the Qur'an and an accompanying English translation, this is a compilation of the Muslim faith's Final Revelation from God to mankind through the last Prophet Muhammad.

Arabic text and english translation. This book is a practical course in translation from Arabic to English.

2,146 Pages·2016·128. This book is a practical course in translation from Arabic to English Holy Quran with Kannada Translation. 18 MB·4,010 Downloads. 484 p, 14x21cm While the student is learning Kalamullah.

Containing the full Arabic text of the Qur'an and an accompanying English translation, this is a compilation of the Muslim faith's Final Revelation from God to mankind through the last Prophet Muhammad, Peace be upon Him. The Qur'an has a wealth of information-both worldly wisdom. The Qur'an has a wealth of information-both worldly wisdom and intellectual concepts-providing a code of life for humankind generally and Muslims in particular. Indeed, the Qur'an's miracle lies in its ability to offer something to non-believers and everything to believers.

The transliteration makes learning Quranic Arabic for a native English speaker much easier. Written by and native English speaker himself, Pickthall excels at making Quranic Arabic understandable for any revert. Arabic, Romanized Arabic (how to pronounce the Arabic), and English translation are superb.

The Quran has been translated into English many times. The first few translations were made in the 17th and 19th centuries, but the majority were produced in the 20th. The Alcoran, Translated out of Arabic into French

The Quran has been translated into English many times. The Alcoran, Translated out of Arabic into French. By the Andrew du Ryer, Lord of Malezair, and Resident for the French King, at ALEXANDRIA.

Salman the Persian translated the first chapter of the Qur'an, Al-Fatiha, from Arabic to Persian. Greek: The purpose is unknown but it is confirmed to be the first ever complete translation of the Quran. We know of it (and substantial fragments are preserved) because it was used by Nicetas Byzantius, a scholar from Constantinople, in his 'Refutatio' written between 855 and 870.

Containing the full Arabic text of the Qur'an and an accompanying English translation, this is a compilation of the Muslim faith's . Tahrike Tarsile Qur'an.

Shakir ’s translation of the Holy Qur ’an is a reproduction of the one published. This time I have included the Ar abic text as well in a fancy type fo nt, and I think the r eader s wo r ld-wide will Insha-Allāh be pleased with it. Who was . His first American translation of the Holy Qur ’an, which Amana Books of Brattleboro, Vermont, . published in 1992, carried the title of The Noble Qur’an. I assisted Dr. Irving in promoting his translation as per his request which he conveyed to me over the phone when I was living in Falls Church, Virginia, few yards from the Dar al-Hijra Mosque.

Multiple English translations of the Qur'an, Islam's scripture, line shelves at book stores. com sells more than a dozen. Because of the growing Muslim communities in English-speaking countries, as well as greater academic interest in Islam, there has been a blossoming in recent years of English translations. Muslims view the Qur'an as God's direct words revealed in Arabic to the Prophet Muhammad (d. 632).

Containing the full Arabic text of the Qur'an and an accompanying English translation, this is a compilation of the Muslim faith's Final Revelation from God to mankind through the last Prophet Muhammad, Peace be upon Him. The Qur'an has a wealth of information--both worldly wisdom and intellectual concepts--providing a code of life for humankind generally and Muslims in particular. Indeed, the Qur'an's miracle lies in its ability to offer something to non-believers and everything to believers. This edition is fully indexed.

Adaly
I've been looking for a Kindle Quran with arabic texts that is nice and comfortable to read, and I'm very happy with this edition. The arabic texts are actually images, but they are big enough to see. You can click to enlarge it to fullscreen. The font style is simple, easy to read, and neat as well. Translation by Shakir is also easy to understand.

Unlike other books such as Quran Made Easy: Complete English Translation with Inline Commentary or The Qur'an (Oxford World's Classics), this edition does not contain any insights on, for example, history of Muhammad and revelation, how Quran was compiled, the styles of the Quran, the history and tradition of tafseer, etc.---this is just a plain Quran in arabic text with translation. But I definitely recommend it if you want a nice Quran to carry with and read everywhere.

Hope to see other editions with other translations such as Pickthall and Yusuf Ali, with more knowledge as the other two books I mentioned.
interactive man
I have looked over many e-book Qurans, and this is the best one so far in terms of what I find important, and then it is quite lacking as an ebook. As an English speaker, I would like a transliteration as well. The Arabic script is great for an English speaker, having the tashkeel, and a clearly readable script. The translation is good. The activated TOC is very necessary. However because some of the beginning chapters are over 200 verses, I will need to go through and bookmark each juz (the 30 divisions of the Quran) to be able to travel through the book in an easy manner.

What I would like to find in an ebook Quran is: the arabic script, a transliteration of the arabic, and a scholarly translation, an activated TOC that includes activated divisions of juz or even hizbs, in order to go through it easily.

But for 2 dollars, it works pretty well.
Welen
I'm so very happy to have found a translation that includes the actual Arabic so that I can read in Arabic (on kindle). No more burning up my iphone data.
Gavirim
The Quran is the revealed word of ALLAH (God) to all muslims. It is a holy scripure that you can study, ponder and marvel at your entire life and still have much to discover.

Read it with a clean heart, mind, and body. You will see, God willing, the beauty that all the muslims recognize in it.

Merci beaucoup.
Kemath
As former Christian who converted/reverted (either term works) to Islam in 1999, I find M. H. Shakir's older translation of the Quran to be the only 12er Shia Muslim translation available for kindle. Until I purchased this kindle book, I used the 3-Translation Quran sold by Mobile Reference. The three translations are by Muhammed Yusuf Ali (the best of the older Sunni Muslim translations), Muhammad Maramaduke Pickthal's translation (the first translation of the Quran I ever read, also an older Sunni Muslim translation), and this translation by M. H. Shakir. The Mobile Reference edition allows the reader to choose on of the three translations, or all three. A major problem with the Mobile Reference edition is that sometimes part of the ayah (verse) from one of the other translations would appear in the verse in Shakir's translation. That defect was a distraction. Perhaps it has been fixed since then.

I also own Dr. Muhammed Muhsin Khan's "Saudi" translation, which is used by some Salafis and Wahabis (so that I can demonstrate just how different those sects translate the Quran as compared to 12er Shia Muslim translators), Dr. Rashid Khalifa's "Final Testament" translation used by some of the modern "Quran Alone" sects, and Ahmed Hulusi's translation which is used by some less traditional Sufi Muslims. Thus, I have 6 translations of the Quran for Kindle.

As a former Evangelical/Penetecostal Holiness Christian, I'm used having several "Study Bibles" translated by Roman Catholics, Easrern Orthodox, Lutheran, Pentecostal/Charismatic, and Reformed Evangelical Christians. Those will have concordances (indexes to verses), introductions to various books of the Bible, articles on doctrine and morals, footnotes, and other helps. Unfortunately, nothing like that exists yet for a 12er Shia Muslim translation of the Quran. I would very much like to see the S. V, Mir Ahmed Ali translation with exhaustive footnotes and a pretty good index be converted into a Kindle Book. The same company that publishes Shakir's translation (though this translation is probably in the public domain by now) publishes S V Mir Ahmed Ali's translation as a physical book.

Having written the above, I still thank God that Shakir's translation is available for Kindle. There are a few typos, but picture's of the Arabic original script are included, which is a big plus for those of us who wish to recite Arabic and learn the language for understanding. If one is familiar with Shakr's translation, on can do a word search to create a topical study. I do recommend this Kindle Book for 12er Shia Muslims, other Muslims, and non-Muslims who may wish to own a translation of the Quran.
Arcanefire
But I have not yet looked anything up. I only read English. The matching concordance will be indispensable. At this period of history, as at any other, good citizenship demands that we check out rumors for ourselves.
Whiteseeker
Mash Allah. Amazing texts and what wanted for my kindle app in Android device. I have bought another book and returned and bought this and happy about what I see
It is a very good and authentic translation of the holy Quran. The translation type is modern and does not contain Shakespearean English which helps a great deal in understanding the message. It’s available in kindle and easy to transition from one chapter to other.