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The Sublime Quran and Orientalist

This book is written with the lofty ambition of providing a meaningful introduction to the Qur’an for Western readers. It may be argued that the Qur’an, the sacred Book for the 900 million or so of today’s Muslims, is already well known to non-Muslims, particularly in the West where food for thought is so abundant […]

  • Mohammad Khalifa
  • International Islamic Publishers
  • 1989
The Sublime Quran and Orientalist
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The Sublime Quran and Orientalist
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    This book is written with the lofty ambition of providing a meaningful introduction to the Qur'an for Western readers. It may be argued that the Qur'an, the sacred Book for the 900 million or so of today's Muslims, is already well known to non-Muslims, particularly in the West where food for thought is so abundant through a wealth of reading material, and more specifically among English-speaking peoples who are usually brought up with the love of reading and the search for factual information about other societies.

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    • Mohammad Khalifa
    • International Islamic Publishers
    • 1989
    • Second
    • Karachi
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