Way to the Qur'an
By Khurram Murad
Paperback 144 Pages
ISBN : 9780860371533
Publisher : The Islamic Foundation, UK
About The Book
This inspirational work shows how to approach the Qur’an in order to develop a better understanding.
The New world that Awaits You As you come to the Qur'an, you come to a new world. No other venture in your life can be so momentous and crucial, so blissful and rewarding, as your journey to and through the Qur'an.
It is a journey that will take you through the endless joys and riches of the words that
"your Creator and Lord has sent to you and all mankind. Here you will find a world of untold treasures of knowledge and wisdom to guide you on the pathways of life, to mould your thoughts and actions.
In it you will find deep insights to enrich you and steer you along the right course.From it you will receive a radiant light to illumine the deeper reaches of your soul.
Here you will encounter profound emotions,a warmth to melt your heart and bring tears running down your cheeks.
It is crucial for you because, as you travel through the Qur'an,at every step you will summoned to choose,and to commit to Allah.
To read the Qur'an is nothing less than to live the Qur'an willingly, sincerely, devotedly,and totally.
The outcome of your entire life depends on how you heed the call given by Allah.
The journey is therefore decisive for your existence, for mankind, for the future of human civilization. A hundred new worlds lie in its verses. Whole centuries are involved in its moments.
Know ,then,that it is the Qur'an,and only the Qur'an, which can lead you on and on to success and glory in this world and in the world to come." - Taken From Chapter 1
About The Author
Khurram Murad was a visionary scholar who contributed immensely in contemporary times towards the renaissance of Islamic learning and thought, he was involved in Islamic da'wah and inter-faith dialogue in the West for many years.
In this connection, he addressed dozens of conferences and seminars. His contributions in initiating and promoting strategic thinking on da'wah issues in Muslim countries as well as in countries where Muslims are in a minority have been immense.
As a leader of the Islamic Movement of Pakistan, which struggled for the rights of the people, he was detained in prison without trial in 1964 in Dhaka for three months and was also a Prisoner of War for almost three years in India after the fall of Dhaka in December 1971.
His death came in December 1996 ( Sha'ban 1417 AH) in Leicester UK.
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