Crescent Quran Corpus, an annotated linguistic resource which shows the syntax, morphology and Arabic grammarCrescent Quran Corpus, an annotated linguistic resource which shows the syntax, morphology and Arabic grammar for each word in the Holy Quran. for each word in the Holy Quran.
Book review of Farid Esack’s Qur’an, Liberation and Pluralism,
Oxford: Oneworld, 1997.
by Abdal Hakim Murad
AJMER: On the occasion of 796 Urs of Khwaja Garib Nawaj Chisti the devotees will be able to see the biggest Quran of the world which will be kept in the dargah premises.
Sayeed Najmul Hasan Chisti claims that he has prepared the biggest Quran in the world which is 8 feet broad and 5 feet long. It has 63 pages, which took 9 years to write the religious book.
“A team of Guinness world records Book would reach here on July 6 to verify the claim of biggest of the world” Said Najmul who wrote this book. The dargah committee agreed to display the Quran for Zayreens who will come here to participate in the Urs.
Najmul said that the dargah committee agreed to display the Koran in the premises and for the book the committee is constructing a glass display cabin. Proper lighting will be done inside and a security guard will be deputed in front of the cabin.
An English Audiobook of The Koran.
Mufti Shafi Uthmani
The literal meaning of tafseer in the Arabic language is to open or to explain, interpret or comment. Technically, the science of tafseer is a branch of knowledge in which the meanings of the Quran are explained and its injunctions and wisdoms are described openly and clearly. (al-Burham) Addressing the Holy Prophet, the Glorious Qur’an says:
We revealed the Qur’an to you so that you explain to the people what has been sent down to them (16:44).
The Holy Qur’an also says:
Surely, Allah did a great favour to Muslims when He sent a Messenger to them from among them who would recite His verses before them and purify them and teach them the Book and the Wisdom (3:164).
BURSA, Turkey (AP) — Queen Elizabeth II listened to a recital of the Quran at an Ottoman-era mosque Wednesday, the second day of a state visit to Turkey.
Her shoes removed and her head covered, the queen heard a religious scholar recite verses from the holy book at the 15th-century Green Mosque.
Earlier, the British monarch watched a traditional Ottoman shadow puppet show and a fashion show. She also visited a silk market in Bursa, a city that once was an Ottoman capital.
The queen is making her first visit to Turkey in nearly 37 years to highlight the importance Britain attaches to the predominantly Muslim country that is vying for European Union membership.
On Tuesday, she praised Turkey’s role as a bridge between the West and the Muslim world.