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An authoritative and accessible study guide that covers what the Book means to the believers and sets out the essential prerequisites of body, mind, and heart that serve to light up the inner life with the Qur'anic worldview; the etiquette of reciting, reading, and understanding the Qur'an; how to study the Qur'an collectively; and how to live by its teachings.

Khurram Murad (19321996) was the director general of the Islamic Foundation, United Kingdom, and was a renowned teacher who spent forty years in the spiritual teaching and training of thousands of young Muslims around the globe.

Published: The Islamic Foundation on
ISBN: 9780860375777
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