The Recitation: Al-Quran, a New English-Language Edition Laith Al-Doory

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Published: January 4th 2015

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The Recitation: Al-Quran, a New English-Language Edition  by  Laith Al-Doory

The Recitation: Al-Quran, a New English-Language Edition by Laith Al-Doory
January 4th 2015 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 550 pages | ISBN: | 6.58 Mb

The reasons that many people give for rejecting established religions are that they find them either bigoted or irrational, but what they are rejecting is a degenerate interpretation of the truth. The true Word is perfectly rational.047.018 AwaitMoreThe reasons that many people give for rejecting established religions are that they find them either bigoted or irrational, but what they are rejecting is a degenerate interpretation of the truth. The true Word is perfectly rational.047.018 Await they aught but the Hour that it should come upon them unawares and the portents thereof have already come?

But how, when it be upon them, can they benefit from their admonition?And many today would argue that the portents have already come. In the Qur’an, the resurrection of the dead and the Apocalypse are themes reiterated repeatedly as a matter of urgency to warn and inculcate the reader. The Qur’an is the last and arguably the most apocalyptic of the Abrahamic books.Believers have described the Qur’an as the purest expression of the religion of Abraham, where as detractors have described it as an amalgamation of ideas in the Torah and Gospel and a handbook for any would-be empire builder.

Perhaps it is all these things. The prophet Mohammed, whom I can count as an ancestor, was by all accounts an illiterate man from a primitive tribe, living in one of the harshest and most desolate environments on earth, and yet with a mysterious book that seemed to appear from nowhere, and containing all manner of scientific truths, he was able to bring about an empire that was one of the most expansive, most influential and most enduring in history, and for this reason he is often cited as one of the greatest men in history.Many may well be surprised at the notion of the prophet Mohammed having identifiable descendents, but in the Islamic world such descendents are afforded the honorific title Sayid (or Sadah in the plural) and there are many clans that can make such claims.

Though the main reason I am offering this information is not out of a sense of self-importance but because I am quite aware that some of the ideas expressed in my introduction may take many mainstream Muslims aback.Please Take a Look Inside



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