This is a much simplified introduction to the Qur’an for English speaking Muslims. It has been written within a contemporary context, for new and old Muslims living in Western societies. It is partly original work and partly translated from existing Arabic books. Chapter two establishes the status of the Qur'an and tajweed, especially for Muslims involved in da'awa work in Western societies. Chapter three explains the grammar and meaning in surah al-Fatihah, aiming to give the reader a more detailed understanding of the meaning of what they say when praying; hence they can become more reflective in their prayer Chapters four and five ‘Introduction to Tafsir of the Qur’an’ and 'Tafsir of al-Baqarah verses 1 to 39' are abridged translations of a book published in Arabic ‘at-Tayseer fi Usool it-Tafsir’ or ‘Simplification of the foundations of Tafsir’ written by Shaikh Ataa’ bin Khaleel Abu Rishta in 2006. Chapter six is a partial translation of al-wajeez fi ahkam tilawat il-kitab il-azeez ‘A summary of the rules of recitation of the Great Book’ by Dr. Ali Muhammad Tawfeeq an-Nahaas.
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Ian Nisbet had a normal British upbringing, however, while at university in London, he decided to convert to Islam. His thinking had changed and so did his way of life. Not everyone was happy with his new ideas. Ian moved with his family to Cairo to study Arabic, then on 1st May 2002 Ian was taken by Egyptian State Security police from his flat in Cairo to an underground torture facility. He would ultimately be sentenced to five years imprisonment for the ideas that he held. His time as a political prisoner has been documented in his first published book "Mubarak’s Mazra’a." Ian was released in 2006 and now lives in London with his wife and two children.
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Descripción CreateSpace Independent Publis, 2012. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P111478175680