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The Sun Rises in the West

528 pages

"Under the cover of an islam that has been distorted by ignorantists, some fanatics, corruptors of the faith, who are at ease with ignominy, commit the most terrible crimes against God and humanity. By distorting Islâm and all the universal, moral values, they are cultivating discord, hatred of others, violence and sectarianism. Although it is undeniable that these demonic criminals target and threaten civilisation as a whole, Muslims are the first victims of their theories and their nightmarish practices."

This scientific treatise, extended to all Quran readings, is a unique masterpiece in its genre; it constitutes a rigorous and irrefutable argument against obscurantism. In the same way, it re-establishes the original Message of Islam, for both Muslims and non-Muslims.

Science, conscience, peace and tolerance; these values are the form and the content of the Quran and of Islam, masterfully presented to us by the author of this book, through an applied and demonstrative analysis.

The Sun Rises in the West by Farid Gabteni is published in two volumes: Science for the Hour and Programmed Coincidence. Each of them features a preface by a doctor in history and philosophy of science, the first by Doctor Ismaël Omarjee and the second by Doctor Fouzia Madani.



  • ·Preface
  • ·Preliminary information
  • ·In The Name of God, بسم الله

·Linguistic analysis of the terms of the opening in the Qurân (the basmalah, البسملة)

  • ·Modern science, atheist or theist?
  • ·The original Message of Islâm
  • ·Science of the Qurân
  • ·Introduction to the Qurân
  • ·General table of the Qurân no.1
  • ·The Origin (الرحمن)

·The primexplanation, the ta'wîl (التأويل)

  • ·The Arranging (الرحيم)

·The pilgrimage, the argumentation (al-ḥajj, الحج)

  • ·Messianic air

·Lifting of the cover, kashfu al-ghiṭâ’ (كشف الغطاء)

  • ·Conclusion
  • ·Appendices


  • ·Preface
  • ·Numerals speak
  • ·The letter codes of the Qurân
  • ·The verse-count codes of the Readings
  • ·Double coding, letters and verse-counts
  • ·Conclusion
  • ·Appendices
  • ·Works cited

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The Sun Rises in the West

Farid Gabteni

© SCDOFG, 2017


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Originally published as Le Soleil se lève à l’Occident

© SCDOFG, 2016

Digital publishing made by IS Edition, Marseille.

ISBN (versions numériques) : 978-2-9554674-6-6


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We should also mention the commendations and encouragements from:

Pr. Yahia Boughaleb, President of Chouaib Doukkali University, El Jadida – Kingdom of Morocco (03/06/2016)

P. Germanos Germanos, O.A.M, Rector of Antonine University, Baadba – Lebanon (12/05/2016)

Dr Ali Kettani, President of Universidad Islamica Internacional Averroes de Al-Andalus, Cordoba – Spain (31/07/2000)

H.E. Professor, Doctor Nassir El-Din El-Assad, President of the Royal Academy for Islamic Civilization Research, Amman – Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan (17/05/2000)

Professor, Doctor Ali Abdullah Al-Shamlan, General Director of the Kuwait Foundation For The Advancement of Sciences, Safat – State of Kuwait (22/12/1999 – 17/04/2000)

Professor Abdullah ben Mohammad Al-Faisal, President of King Saud University, Riyadh – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (17/04/2000)

Professor Yahya Mahmoud ben Junaid, Secretary General of King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies, Riyadh – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (17/04/2000)

Professor, Doctor Faiza Mohammed Al-Kharafi, Rector of Kuwait University, Safat – State of Kuwait (12/04/2000)

Doctor Saleh ben Abdurrahman Al-Athel, President of King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, Riyadh – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (11/04/2000)

Engineer Moneef R. Al-Zou’bi, General Director of the Islamic Academy of Sciences, Amman – Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan (09/04/2000)

Doctor Abdul-Aziz ben Abdullah Ad-Dukhayyil, Rector of King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Dhahran – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (07/04/2000)

Doctor Abdullah ben Ahmad Al-Rasheed, Vice-President for the Promotion of Scientific Research of King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, Riyadh – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (05/04/2000)

Professor, Doctor Mohammad Adnan Al-Bakhit, President of Al al-Bayt University, Amman – Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan (04/04/2000)

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