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Way to the Quran

AuthorKhurrum Murad Entered2005-11-15 08:27:31 by Hossam1
Editedit data record FreedomPublic domain (disclaimer)
SubjectB. - Philosophy, Psychology, Religion
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A very good book on how to approach the Quran
by Hossam Hossam on 2005-11-15 08:27:31, review #470
better than 98%
better than 90%
This is one of the best introductory books on how to read the quran. It is recommended for a begining halaka, to introduce the person on how to actually read and understand the quran. Topics such as : "very word is for you", "dynamic of inner participation", "conversation with Allah", "reading with comprehension", "rules of reading", "arabic", "general principles", "translating to your situation", ... basically the book is a great introduction to what happens in a MAS halaka where the Quran is read for the purpose of understanding and tafakur.

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