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Main article: English translations of the Quran The earliest known translation of the Qur'an in any European language was the Latin works by Robert of Ketton at the behest of the Abbot of Cluny in c. This translation remained the only one until when the first English language translation was done by Alexander Ross, chaplain to King Charles I, who translated from a French work L'Alcoran de Mahomet by du Ryer.

In , George Sale produced the first translation of the Qur'an direct from Arabic into English but reflecting his missionary stance. Since then, there have been English translations by the clergyman John Medows Rodwell in , and Edward Henry Palmer in , both showing in their works a number of mistakes of mistranslation and misinterpretation, which brings into question their primary aim. The Qur'an by Dr. He was the first Muslim to present a translation of the Qur'an into English along with the original Arabic text.

Among the contemporary Muslim scholars Dr. Mirza Abul Fazl was a pioneer who took interest in the study of the chronological order of the Qur'an and drew the attention of Muslim scholars to its importance.

With the increasing population of English-speaking Muslims around the start of the 20th century, three Muslim translations of the Qur'an into English made their first appearance. The first was Muhammad Ali 's translation, which is composed from an Ahmadiyya perspective, with some small parts being rejected as unorthodox interpretation by vast majority of Muslims. This was followed in by the English convert to Islam Marmaduke Pickthall 's translation, which is literal and therefore regarded as the most accurate.

This translation has gone through over 30 printings by several different publishing houses, and is one of the most popular amongst English-speaking Muslims, alongside the Pickthall and Saudi-sponsored Hilali-Khan translations. Dawood 's unorthodox translation in were to be the only major works to appear in the post-war period. Arberry's The Koran Interpreted remains the scholarly standard for English translations, and is widely used by academics.

It is in simple, easy-to-understand modern-day English. Explanations are given in brackets to avoid ambiguity, provide better understanding and references to similar verses elsewhere.


Syed Abdul Latif's translation published in , regarded highly by some he was a professor of English at Osmania University , Hyderabad , was nevertheless short-lived due to criticism of his foregoing accuracy for the price of fluency. Hashim Amir Ali.

He translated the Qur'an into English and arranged it according to chronological order.

Hashim Amir-Ali c. In he came under the influence of Dr.

Mirza Abul Fazl Allahabadi, and took a deep interest in the study of the Qur'an and was aware of the significance of the chronological order of the passages contained in it. Fazlur Rahman Malik of the University of Chicago writes, "It brings out the original rhythms of the Qur'anic language and the cadences. It also departs from traditional translations in that it gives more refined and differentiated shades of important concepts".

According to Francis Edward Peters of New York University, "Ahmed Ali's work is clear, direct, and elegant — a combination of stylistic virtues almost never found in translations of the Qur'an. His is the best I have read". At the cusp of the s, the oil crisis , the Iranian Revolution , the Nation of Islam and a new wave of cold-war generated Muslim immigrants to Europe and North America brought Islam squarely into the public limelight for the first time in Western Europe and North America.

This resulted in a wave of translations as Western publishers tried to capitalize on the new demand for English translations of the Qur'an. Oxford University Press and Penguin Books were all to release editions at this time, as did indeed the Saudi Government, which came out with its own re-tooled version of the original Yusuf Ali translation.

Canadian Muslim Professor T. Irving 's 'modern English' translation was a major Muslim effort during that time. He made the controversial claim that the last two verses of chapter nine in the Quran were not canonical, telling his followers to reject them.

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Khalifa's research received little attention in the West. In , Martin Gardner mentioned it in Scientific American. As a result, several major Muslim translations emerged to meet the ensuing demand. One of them was published in , and it is by the first woman to translate the Quran into English, Amatul Rahman Omar, together with her husband, Abdul Mannan Omar [16]. This was the third translation of the Qur'an into English by a woman, after Amatul Rahman Omar, [21] and Aisha Bewley — and the first bilingual translation of the Qur'an.

In a new translation of the Qur'an by Muhammad Abdel-Haleem was also published, with revised editions being published in [25] and It has been published in 2 volumes at first and later, in a single volume. He also translated the Qur'an in simple Urdu, making him a translator of the Qur'an in dual languages.

This translation is considered as the most easy to understand due to simple and modern English. The Surah chapters in Quran are of various sizes containing different number of verses and are arranged in decreasing order of size. This means that the Quran has not been written in chronological order in which the verses were revealed to Muhammad.

How did it come into existence? Muhammad was 40 years old when he first saw the angel, Gabriel, who revealed the words of Allah to him.

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Muhammad usually visited the desert and the cave of Hira whenever he was troubled by something or just needed some time of isolation. During one such time, when he was in the cave of Hira, he had his first revelation of Quran. During this period he had travelled to many places in order to spread the message of Allah to people. The verses in Quran are classified as Meccan or Medinan on the basis of when they were revealed to Muhammad — verses revealed to him before he went to Medina are known as Meccan and verses revealed to him after that are classified as Medinan.

Along with Hadith, the Quran defines and helps in interpretation of the Sharia law.

The Sharia law and the Quran describes the importance of the life and the afterlife. All its teachings are related to improve the lives and the afterlives of the people.

Muslims believe that if they follow Quran without bringing any doubts in their minds, they can make sure that they do well in both — living life and the hereafter.

When and how was it compiled? The Quran was memorized by many companions of Allah, it was needed to be written.In Fabricus came out with excellent drawings of chick embryo. They made a hand written manuscript which was handed over to Abu Bakr till his death in order to preserve the Quran.

Muhammad was 40 years old when he first saw the angel, Gabriel, who revealed the words of Allah to him. Thus the third caliph Uthman ibn Affan made sure that only the original Quran, one that was compiled under the guidance of Abu Bakr, should be followed by people.


Part 8. Muhammad usually visited the desert and the cave of Hira whenever he was troubled by something or just needed some time of isolation.