In collaboration with Lauren Booth for a limited time only we’re offering this Quran for FREE (UK customers only), you just pay for postage and packaging.
The Quran is the most powerful, life-changing book that has ever existed. We believe it is not only to be read, it is to be experienced.
The Majestic Quran’s now world-renowned translation provides clarity to the point of understanding, fosters a deeper connection to Allah and transforms the reader’s experience. It will move you, rejuvenate you and most of all, deeply stir your soul.
The paperback edition is English-only, designed to be read both casually and as a serious work of study. Lose yourself in the stories of the Prophets, with its novel-esque feel. Don’t just read Allah’s words, feel them, experience them and let them truly transform you.
This landmark translation with its clear, authoritative yet poetic flow will appeal to all English readers, both young and old, globally.
Key features include:
- Easy to understand and in today’s simple English
- Made for the modern-day and contextualised into contemporary themes
- Beautifully designed and presented for an optimum reading experience
- English-only, novel-esque feel. Perfect to give as dawah or to read whilst travelling
- Comes with a free bookmark
Dr Musharraf Hussain is a Scholar and the chief Executive of Karimia Institute Nottingham. He came to Britain from Pakistan in 1966 with his parents to the town of Halifax, where he memorised the Quran, learnt Tajweed and basic Quranic Arabic. After completing a degree in Biochemistry at Aston University, he went on to gain a Science doctorate. He worked as a Scientist till 1990 and then decided to dedicate himself to serving the Muslim community. He studied the Islamic sciences at a seminary in Pakistan under the guidance of Justice Pir Muhammad Karam Shah and then at Al-Azhar University, Cairo. He was awarded an OBE in 2008 for his services to community relations in Britain. Formerly he was the director of the PGCE teacher training course and vice-chair of the Association of Muslim Schools (2000-2003) as well as the chairman of the Christian Muslim Forum (2008-2010).
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