You Ask and the Quran Answers by The Vista

Short Description: This is a small book in which it answers 32 questions through Qur’anic verses. It answers questions about Allah, the true creator, previous nations, meaning of worship, saving Quran from corruption, Prophet Muhammad and Prophet Jesus (peace be upon them), the Hereafter and destination of both believers and disbelievers.

 

Who Wrote The Quran? by The Memphis Dawah Team

Short Description: A proof that the Qur’an is from God and that Muhammad is a Messenger of God.

The Spiritual Cure, An Explanation To Surah Al Fatihah by Abu Rumaysah

A Summary of numerous Classical Commentaries of the Qur’an at-Tabari, al-Baghawi, Az-Zamakhshari, ibn Atityyah, Ibn Jawzi, Al-Qurtubi, Ibn Qayyim, Ibn Kathir, as-Suyuti, Alusi, ash-Shawkani, as-Sa’di, ash-Shaqiti and many Others.

The underlying theme of al fatihah is one of contemplation and serenity; pondering the Names and Attributes of Allah, pondering the creation and acknowledging that He alone deserves praise and worship, that He alone should be asked for help, that He alone should be feared and hoped in that He alone should be invoked that there is indeed a Day of Judgement and that guidance has come to us and we are required to follow it. It calls us to carefully scrutinise our relationship with our Lord: are we living according to the dictates of ‘none has the right to be worshipped save of Allah’ or not? This opening chapter, despite its brevity, calls man to fulfil the rights of Tawhid, the right that Allah has over us to worship Him alone without any partners, in thirty places. This chapter summarises succinctly the message of the whole Quran.

 

The Qur'an by Sahih International

Translation Of The Meanings Of The Glorious Qur’an: Saheeh International, based out of Saudi Arabia, apparently took the Muhsin Khan “Noble Qur’an,” and modified and revised its translation, to come up with this new translation.

The Three Shelters (Tafseer Of The Three Quls) by Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips

Commentaries on Soorahs al-Ikhlaas, al-Falaq and an-Naas. This Tafseer contains a far greater depth of understanding due to the number of other classical and contemporary commentaries used like al-Qurtubee’s al-Jaami‘ li Ahkaam al-Qur’aan, Ibn al-Qayyim’s Compilations, ash-Shawkaanee’s Fat’h al-Qadeer, ash-Shanqeetee’s Adwaa ul-Bayaan, as-Sa‘dee’s Tayseer al-Kareem ar-Rahmaan, and Al ‘Uthaymeen’s Tafseer al-Qur’aan al-Kareem.

The Glorious Qur'an by Abdullah Yusuf Ali

On April 4, 1872, ‘Abdullah Yusuf ‘A1i was born in a family of the Bohra community in Surat, India. His father, a merchant, was a very religious man who made sure that his son learned Qur’an before anything else. Upon the completion of young ‘Abdullah’s committing the entire Qur’an to memory, his father celebrated the occasion with a grand banquet, thus showing to his son the importance of his achievement and the importance of the Qur’an. In addition to studying contemporary knowledge at school, ‘Abdullah continued to receive lessons in Arabic language and never ceased in his studies of the Qur’an. He was a superior student who excelled in academic achievement and won the much coveted Indian Civil Service Award, a prestigious honor resulting from the extremely competitive entrance examinations for high positions in the Indian Civil Service which wealthy families would aspire for their sons to receive. ‘Abdullah was easily able to absorb English literature and was considered to be among the best of his fellow countrymen in writing English. Many of the most well-known scholarly magazines in India published his works and expressed their appreciation for his beautiful literary style. Later, ‘Abdullah Yusuf ‘Ali left India for Europe and visited many European capitals and eventually resided in London for a considerable period of time.

 

The Meaning Of The Holy Qur'an by Abdullah Yusuf Ali

On April 4, 1872, ‘Abdullah Yusuf ‘Ali was born in  a family of the Bohra community in Surat, India. His father, a merchant, was a very religious man who made sure that his son learned Qur’an before anything else. Upon the completion of young ‘Abdullah’s committing the entire Qur’an to memory, his father celebrated the occasion with a grand banquet, thus showing to his son the importance of his achievement and the importance of the Qur’an. In addition to studying  contemporary knowledge at school, ‘Abdullah continued to receive lessons in Arabic language and never ceased in his studies of the Qur’an. He was a superior student who excelled in academic achievement and won the much coveted Indian Civil Service Award, a prestigious honor resulting from the extremely competitive entrance examinations for high positions in the Indian Civil Service which wealthy families would aspire for their sons to receive. ‘Abdullah was easily able to absorb English literature and was considered to be among the best of his fellow countrymen in writing English. Many of the most well-known scholarly magazines in India published his works and expressed their appreciation for his beautiful literary style. Later, ‘Abdullah Yusuf  ‘Ali left India for Europe and visited many European capitals and eventually resided in London for a considerable period of time.

The Meaning Of The Glorious Qur'an by Mohammed Marmaduke Pickthall

This is M.M. Pickthall’s English rendering of the Qur’an. It is technically not in the public domain in the US, because it was published in India after 1922. However, Pickthall died in 1936, so it is now in the public domain in countries with the death+50 public domain rule (e.g. Australia, Pakistan, Canada), and it is also in the public domain in countries with the death+70 rule (e.g. UK and countries in the European Union), as of the end of 2006.

The Message Of The Qur'an by Muhammad Asad

A fresh look at Muhammad Asad’s classic English translation and explanation of the Qur’an is offered in this redesigned and updated edition of his work. A new typeset and index is complimented with a prologue by the distinguished British Muslim Gai Eaton and original artwork by internationally renowned artist and scholar Dr. Ahmed Moustafa. Asad’s translation is widely considered to be the foremost in conveying the meaning and sensibility of the original Arabic text, making this edition a must-have for English readers with a budding interest in Islamic studies and veteran scholars alike.

His Throne Was On Water by Dr. Adel M. A. Abbas

The book is a fascinating synthesis of the Qur’an and science. The author in trying to unravel the meaning of almost 300 Qur’anic verses using the discoveries of modern science addresses mysteries of space-time, the nature of man and the expanding universe among others.