Whatever your belief,
the Quran is a compelling read.


Now for the first time, here is an exposition that really is different. The values and concepts, however, are entirely as originally expounded, but now with the added clarity and accuracy of an improved translation, this exegesis is certainly far easier to understand than any of its predecessors, or indeed any edition available today.


This genuinely makes it a practical book of guidance;
a book fit for the purpose for which it was intended.


Religion? No, this is Deen-Islam.
A way of life that you can relate to and
a guidance you can truly understand.


If the word ‘Islam’ conjures up a medieval image frequently projected by the media, and in no small way substantiated by the self-appointed ‘guardians of faith’, then prepare yourself to be enlightened.


The Quran champions the cause of not only against religion, but also the erroneous innovations and banal traditions appended to it. This may seem paradoxical until you understand the comparative difference between ‘religion’ and ‘deen’: a word with no English equivalent but in the Quranic context can be translated as the living Social Order: the System of God.


Religion is a subjective experience shaped by the susceptibilities and prejudices of individuals, while deen is an objective reality concerned with the progress and welfare of mankind.


This book is a first in presenting Islam, the Deen – not the religion, in such a forthright, refreshing and objective manner. Issues that are usually swept under the carpet are now brought to the forefront, opening up topics, often considered undebatable, in a daring, challenging and thought-provoking manner.

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