The Clear Quran

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Pages:
385
Size cm:
14x21
Publisher:
Al-Furqan Foundation
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The Quran, sometimes written as "Koran" is the sacred book of Muslims, who believe that God has revealed His word and message to humanity throughout the ages. The Book of Signs Foundation seeks to bring the Quran's message to you free of the political agendas and anti-Islam polemics that have dominated the airwaves and print media. Our goal is to provide a direct-to-you source of authentic information that brings to light the Quranic message so that you may judge for yourself the source of guidance for over 1.6 billion fellow human beings.
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2 Reviews

  • 5
    The Clear Quran

    Posted by lade on Jun 1st 2020

    The translation within this is clear and concise which makes it an interesting read. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn the meanings of the Quran rather than just solely reciting it.

  • 5
    The best English translation

    Posted by A Abdul Aziz on May 29th 2020

    I was introduced to this translation after attending a Ramadan webinar by Ustadh Asim Khan, who suggested this translation as well as the one by M.A.S. Abdel Haleem, for better understanding of the Quran. They are both good, but I like this one better as it is organised by themes and is easier to follow, in my opinion. I bought The Clear Quran in both the English only translation and also the one with Arabic text. The one with Arabic text is more expensive, but definitely worth it and I am so glad I decided to purchase it. I recommend the one with Arabic text more, but this is good too especially if you are new to the Quran and cannot recite Arabic yet. This English copy mentions "God" instead of "Allah", while the English translation with the Arabic text refers to "God" as "Allah". As a born Muslim I prefer to read the translation which refers to God as "Allah" in the Quran, but I can imagine for people learning about Islam they may relate to the word "God" more easily. Highly recommended.

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