Introduction to the Study of the Holy Quran by Muhammad Ali

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This extremely useful book deals with subjects necessary for the understanding of the Holy such as the division and arrangement of the Quranic chapters, rules for Interpretation, the Theory of Abrogation, Relationship of the Holy Quran to the Sunnah( the practice of the Holy Prophet Muhammad), Relationship of the Holy Quran to Earlier Scriptures, the Unity of God, Divine Attributes, Life after Death, Paradise and Hell, Revelation, History of the Prophets. Etc.

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Maulana Muhammad Ali's rise to Indian national scene began in the first decade of twentieth century with publication of his articles in the Times of India. His fame quickly towered high with the founding and publication of his English Weekly 'Comrade' on January 1, 1911. As the Editor, he expressed his views in flawless English, demonstrated a high standard of professional integrity, and was the first to protest against despotic press laws. The Weekly 'Comrade' became the voice of the struggle against exploitation and oppression of the British government, and it was recognized as the leading paper of independent journalism.
Published December 1, 1992 by Ahamadiyya Anjuman Ishaat Islam. 133 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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