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The Message of The Quran

AuthorMuhammad Asad
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The Message of The Quran
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Publisher of this ed.
Dar al-Andalus Limited
Date of this edition 1980
Permission Fair use (see notes on copyright)
Posted 2023-11-18 by Jonah Winters
Classified in Essays and short articles
Abstract Symbolism and allegory in the Qur'án; al-Muqatta'at (opening letters); the term and concept of Jinn; the night journey: four appendices to a translation of the Qur'án by a European scholar and later Muslim convert. No mention of the Bahá'í Faith.
Notes Austrian-born Muhammad Asad (born Leopold Weiss), journalist, diplomat, and scholar, is known for his translation of the Quran and his writings on Islam. He was influenced by Muhammad Abduh. See more in the Wikipedia article The Message of the Qur'an.

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Tags Afterlife; Allegories and metaphors; Disconnected letters of the Quran; Dreams and visions; God (general); God, Anthropomorphic descriptions of; Heaven and hell; Interfaith dialogue; Interpretation; Islam; Isra and Miraj; Jinn (genie); Muhammad Abduh; Quran; Spirits; Symbolism; Throne (symbol)
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