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The Holy Qur'an EBook version
English Translation and Commentary
¥ Detailed commentary with extensive references to standard authorities, both classical and modern
¥ Comprehensive introduction deals with Islamic teachings and the collection and arrangement of the Holy Qur'an
¥ Extensive Index

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"There is no other translation or commentary of the Holy Qur'an in the English Language to compete with Maulvi Muhammad Ali's Masterpiece."
– Al-Haj Hafiz Ghulam Sarwar, translator of the Holy Qur'an

"To deny the excellence of Maulvi Muhammad Ali's translation, the influence for good it has exercised and its proselytizing utility would be to deny the existence of the light of the sun."
– Maulana Abdul Majid Daryabadi, leader of Orthodox Muslim opinion in India)

...has all the merits of what is desired in a translation."
– The Anjuman Himayat-e-Islam, Lahore, Pakistan

"...By far the best text currently available in the English language...incontestably one of the finest interpretations of the scared scripture of Islam. I have no hesitation whatsoever in recommending this translation to students and others seeking to understand the essence and epitome of the Quranic message."
– Prof. T. Hargery, Director, African Studies, Northeast Missouri State University, Kirksville

"...an austerely faithful translation in English...based on a close study of commentaries of the Qur' an – the work of my learned name-sake Maulvi Muhammad Ali of Lahore...The translation and the notes...all demonstrate the labour of love and devoted zeal."
– Late Maulana Muhammad Ali Jauhar of "The Comrade"

"It is certainly a work of which any scholar might legitimately be proud."
– The Quest, London

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Date de parution 05 avril 2011
Nombre de lectures 1
EAN13 9781934271148
Langue English

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The Holy Qur’an
 
English Translation
and Commentary
 
by
Maulana Muhammad Ali
Renowned author of
several classic works on Islam
 
WITH EXPANDED INDEX
 
© 2011, Ahmadiyya Anjuman Isha‘at Islam Lahore Inc., USA
 
P.O. Box 3370 Dublin, Ohio 43016, U.S.A.
Ph: 614-873-1030; fax: 614-873-1022; e-mail: aaiil@aol.com
Internet: www.muslim.org
 
Published in eBook format by Ahmadiyya Anjuman Ishaat Islam Lahore USA
Converted by eBookIt.com
 
ISBN-13: 978-1-9342-7114-8
 
 
E-Book Publisher’s Note
“And when the books are spread” (81:10)
It gives us great pleasure to present Maulana Muhammad Ali’s English Translation and Commentary of the Holy Quran in an e-book format. With the increasing popularity of e-readers, e-books have, by many accounts, become the preferred means to read literature. In order to continue to have the world-renowned literary treasures written by Maulana Muhammad Ali and other Lahore Ahmadiyya authors easily accessible to the general public, we have ventured to generate e-books of our standard publications.
This e-book of the English Translation and Commentary of the Holy Quran by Maulana Muhammad Ali is the first, and most worthy, result of this new venture. The original work of Maulana Muhammad Ali is presented. Forthcoming, God Willing, will be other popular publications such as, The Religion of Islam, The Manual of Hadith, Muhammad the Prophet, The Early Caliphate, The Teachings of Islam, Living Thoughts of Prophet Muhammad, and others.
We would like to thank our proof-readers within the USA and abroad for their assistance in this work. Special mention must be made of Abdoel Saied Hoeseni and Reza Ghafoerkhan , both of the Stichting Ahmadiyya Isha‘at-i-Islam (Lahore) in Holland , for their meticulous checking of the proofs of this e-book. May Almighty Allah bless and reward all who have contributed and sacrificed in this cause.
Due to limitations of the e-book format, it is not possible to include Arabic together with the English. Nor is it possible to use diacritical signs to indicate Arabic pronunciations. It is hoped that, as technology improves, it will become possible to include these essential elements in future editions.
 
Samina Malik,
Vice-President and Director of Translation and Publication, Lahore Ahmadiyya Islamic Society USA
May 2011, Dublin, Ohio
 
Contents
Foreword
Publisher’s Note
Preface to the Revised Edition
Proper Names
Transliteration of Arabic Words
Key to References and Authorities
Introduction
1. THE HOLY QUR’AN AND ITS DIVISIONS
2. WORLD’S GREATEST SPIRITUAL FORCE
3. RELATION TO EARLIER SCRIPTURES
4. LIBERAL VIEW OF OTHER RELIGIONS
5. LIFE AFTER DEATH
6. THE POSITION OF WOMAN
7. PURITY OF THE QURANIC TEXT
7.1: EVERY PORTION OF THE HOLY QUR’AN WAS WRITTEN AS IT WAS REVEALED
7.2: ALL REVELATION WAS COMMITTED TO MEMORY
7.3: ARRANGEMENT OF VERSES AND CHAPTERS WAS THE PROPHET’S OWN WORK
7.4: ABU BAKR COLLECTED ORIGINAL WRITTEN MANUSCRIPTS OF THE QUR’AN
7.5: ‘UTHMAN ORDERED FURTHER COPIES FROM ABU BAKR’S ORIGINAL COLLECTION
7.6: DIFFERENCES OF READINGS
The Holy Qur’an
Chapter 1
Al-Fatihah: The Opening
Chapter 2
Al-Baqarah: The Cow
Part 1
SECTION 1: Fundamental Principles of Islam
SECTION 2: Lip-profession
SECTION 3: Divine Unity
SECTION 4: Greatness of Man and Need for Revelation
SECTION 5: Israelite Prophecies fulfilled in Qur’an
SECTION 6: Divine Favours on Israel
SECTION 7: Divine Favours on Israel
SECTION 8: Israelites’ Degeneration
SECTION 9: They grow in Hard-heartedness
SECTION 10: Their Covenant and its Violation
SECTION 11: They reject the Prophet
SECTION 12: Their Enmity to the Prophet
SECTION 13: Previous Scriptures are abrogated
SECTION 14: Perfect Guidance is only in Islam
SECTION 15: Covenant with Abraham
SECTION 16: The Religion of Abraham
Part 2
SECTION 17: The Ka‘bah as the Spiritual Centre
SECTION 18: The Ka‘bah as the Spritual Centre
SECTION 19: Hard Trials necessary to establish Truth
SECTION 20: Unity must prevail
SECTION 21: Prohibited Foods
SECTION 22: Retaliation and Bequests
SECTION 23: Fasting
SECTION 24: Fighting in Defence
SECTION 25: The Pilgrimage
SECTION 26: Trials and Tribulations
SECTION 27: Miscellaneous Questions
SECTION 28: Divorce
SECTION 29: Divorce
SECTION 30: Remarriage of Divorced Women and Widows
SECTION 31: Provision for Divorced Women and Widows
SECTION 32: Fighting in the Cause of Truth
SECTION 33: Fighting in the Cause of Truth
Part 3
SECTION 34: Compulsion in Religion Forbidden
SECTION 35: How Dead Nations are Raised to Life
SECTION 36: Spending Money in the Cause of Truth
SECTION 37: Spending in the Cause of Truth
SECTION 38: Usury Prohibited
SECTION 39: Contracts and Evidence
SECTION 40: Muslims Shall be Made Victorious
Chapter 3
Al ‘Imran: The Family of Amran
SECTION 1: Rule of Interpretation
SECTION 2: Unity the Basis of all Religions
SECTION 3: The Kingdom is Granted to Another People
SECTION 4: Last Members of a Chosen Race
SECTION 5: Birth of Jesus and His Ministry
SECTION 6: Jesus Cleared of False Charges
SECTION 7: Controversy with Jews and Christians
SECTION 8: Machinations to Discredit Islam
SECTION 9: Covenant of the Prophets
Part 4
SECTION 10: Ever-living Testimony to the Truth of Islam
SECTION 11: Muslims Exhorted to Remain United
SECTION 12: Relations of Jews with Muslims
SECTION 13: The Battle of Uhud
SECTION 14: What Success meant for the Muslims
SECTION 15: Sufferings to be met with Perseverance
SECTION 16: Causes of Misfortune in Uhud Battle
SECTION 17: Battle of Uhud Afforded a Distinction
SECTION 18: Uhud No Gain to the Enemy
SECTION 19: Carpings of People of the Book
SECTION 20: Ultimate Triumph of the Faithful
Chapter 4
Al-Nisa’: The Women
SECTION 1: Duties of Guardians to Orphan Wards
SECTION 2: Law of Inheritance
SECTION 3: Treatment of Women
SECTION 4: What Women may be taken in Marriage
Part 5
SECTION 5: Women’s Rights over their Earnings
SECTION 6: Disagreement between Husband and Wife
SECTION 7: Purification of the Soul
SECTION 8: Kingdom granted to Abraham’s Descendants
SECTION 9: The Prophet must be Obeyed
SECTION 10: Believers must defend Themselves
SECTION 11: Attitude of the Hypocrites
SECTION 12: How to deal with the Hypocrites
SECTION 13: Murderer of a Muslim
SECTION 14: Muslims who remained with the Enemy
SECTION 15: Prayer when Fighting
SECTION 16: Hypocrites are Dishonest
SECTION 17: Secret Counsels of the Hypocrites
SECTION 18: Idolatry condemned
SECTION 19: Equitable Dealings with Orphans and Women
SECTION 20: Hypocrisy Condemned
SECTION 21: End of the Hypocrites
Part 6
SECTION 22: Transgressions of the Jews
SECTION 23: Previous Revelation bears out Quranic Statements
SECTION 24: Prophethood of Jesus
Chapter 5
Al-Ma’idah: The Food
SECTION 1: Perfection of Religion in Islam
SECTION 2: Duty of Uprightness
SECTION 3: Christian Violation of the Covenant
SECTION 4: Israelites’ Violation of the Covenant
SECTION 5: Cain and Abel – murderous plots against the Prophet
SECTION 6: Punishment of Offenders
SECTION 7: The Qur’an and Previous Scriptures
SECTION 8: Relations of Muslims with Enemies
SECTION 9: The Mockers
SECTION 10: Christian Deviation from the Truth
SECTION 11: Christian Nearness to Islam
Part 7
SECTION 12: A Warning – Besetting Sins of Previous People
SECTION 13: Inviolability of the Ka‘bah
SECTION 14: Some Directions for Muslims
SECTION 15: Christian Love of this Life
SECTION 16: False Doctrines introduced after Jesus’ Death
Chapter 6
Al-An‘am: The Cattle
SECTION 1: Ultimate Triumph of Divine Unity
SECTION 2: Greatness of Divine Mercy
SECTION 3: Polytheists’ Witness against Themselves
SECTION 4: Rejection of the Truth
SECTION 5: Consequences of Rejection
SECTION 6: Reward of Believers
SECTION 7: Divine Judgment
SECTION 8: Divine Judgment
SECTION 9: Abraham’s Argument for Divine Unity
SECTION 10: Prophets among Abraham’s Descendants
SECTION 11: Truth of Divine Revelation
SECTION 12: Ultimate Triumph of the Truth
SECTION 13: Gradual Progress
Part 8
SECTION 14: Polytheists’ Opposition
SECTION 15: The Chief Opponents
SECTION 16: Evils of Idolatry
SECTION 17: Idolaters’ Self-imposed Prohibitions
SECTION 18: Prohibited Foods
SECTION 19: Guiding Rules of Life
SECTION 20: The Goal for the Faithful
Chapter 7
Al-A‘raf: The Elevated Places
SECTION 1: Opponents’ Doom
SECTION 2: The Devil’s Opposition to Man
SECTION 3: Warning against the Devil’s Insinuations
SECTION 4: Messengers sent for Uplift of Humanity
SECTION 5: Those who accept the Message
SECTION 6: Helplessness of Opponents
SECTION 7: The Righteous will prosper
SECTION 8: Noah
SECTION 9: Hud
SECTION 10: Salih and Lot
SECTION 11: Shu‘aib
Part 9
SECTION 12: Makkans warned of Punishment
SECTION 13: Moses sent to Pharaoh with signs
SECTION 14: Pharaoh summons Enchanters
SECTION 15: Israelites’ Persecution continues
SECTION 16: Moses shows more Signs
SECTION 17: Moses receives the Law
SECTION 18: Israelites worship a calf
SECTION 19: The Torah and the Prophet’s Advent
SECTION 20: Divine Favours on Israelites
SECTION 21: Israelites’ Transgressions
SECTION 22: Evidence of Divine Impress on Man’s Nature
SECTION 23: The Coming of the Doom
SECTION 24: The Final Word
Chapter 8
Al-Anfal: Voluntary Gifts
SECTION 1: The Battle of Badr
SECTION 2: The Battle of Badr
SECTION 3: The Way to Success
SECTION 4: Muslims to be Guardians of the Sacred Mosque
SECTION 5: Badr as a Sign of the Prophet’s Truth
Part 10
SECTION 6: Success does not depend on Numbers
SECTION 7: Enemy’s Strength weakened
SECTION 8: Peace to be secured by Strength
SECTION 9: Muslims to meet Overwhelming Numbers
SECTION 10: Relations of Muslim Stat

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