This is a Modern English reading of the interpretations and the meanings of the Holy Qur'an, based on interpretations of the meaning by Dr Muhammad Taqi-ud-Din al-Hilali and Dr Muhammad Muhsin Khan.
To understand the complete meaning and spiritual messages we recommend that listeners learn Arabic and read in the language of the Holy Qur'an. The Holy Qur'an is best learned with teachers and study circles.
This production in the English language is only an interpretation of the Arabic.
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Yes. Probably everyone should read or listen to the Quran. We need to understand Islam. Also, look into supportive literature that will assist you in understanding the Quran.
The Old Testament.
A commanding performance. Wonderful to listen to.
It made me sad in some ways. To me the Quran is very punitive making it known that all will burn in hell eternally if they don't believe in Allah. I believe in Allah, but I don't think Allah is as harsh as he is described in the Quran.
Listening to the Quran made me think of the Old Testament. I just can't believe in a God that is as cruel as the one in either the Quran or the Old Testament. I don't know how the followers of either book can live in so much fear.
It is said that Allah chooses who he will to understand the Quran and if you don't understand the Quran it's because he doesn't want you to. So maybe Allah does not want me to understand the Quran.
I have to say I've enjoyed the English translation thus far. I love how the Quran honors all walks of faith, speaks of life events such as the Miracle of Life. Listening to these volumes is helping to have a greater grasp of Islam and diminish any false truths and myths that the media and American society has fed into the minds and hearts of people. Beautifully narrated. I love Allah!
its the holy book of millions of people. its nice to hear what the Qur'an really says and not what other people say it says.
interesting to people interested in learning about others. like the bible or any other book, I'm sure some Muslims take every word as lord, just as some Christians read the Bible. it's up to the reader to listen and see what sticks. maybe its hindu, or whatever. enjoy the journey of exploration and being educated .
"What's the meaning of Life?"
This is Islam's Holy Book written by God as the Torah and Bible were before hand.
The Quran is an essential read as it is the Instruction Manual on how to live life.
I enjoyed this book as a muslim but think that non muslims would benefit also and realise what true Islam means, this is contrary to the actions of many muslims today who don't follow Islam and give it a bad name.
The Quran Audiobook is translated in contemporary english which is easier to understand than many other translations which are written in antiquated english.
Listening to the book has given me inner peace and stirred my heart.
For me it put the material world into perspective (how not to catch affluenza) and the best way to live my life.
A reminder that this world is short and the accumulation of wealth is not the meaning of life.
It is a must read for everyone especially those who want to know about real Islam from the source (the Quran) and not from the media or self proclaimed muslims.
"excellent production. it did feel a bit rushed"
excellent concept and production. it felt a bit rushed, occasionally. I recommended to my friends
Reading is better than the first of the three audio books. The first came across rough.
"Decent reading of a difficult text."
enjoyed the bit about his annoying wives and the dozen repeats the story of Moses
"superb. masha Allah!"
A beautiful listen...
alhamdu lillah! may Allah bless all those involved. I would love to see/hear a hadith series?
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