The Koran Handbook: An Annotated Translation

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Algora Publishing, 2005 - Religion - 544 pages
"This complete yet accessible translation of the Koran is designed as a teaching tool to explain in an analytical fashion the creed of nearly one billion people. Based on the most moderate Sunni tradition, it includes factual descriptions of Shi'ism, Sufism and other important distinctions."--Provided by publisher.

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This is the unique expression and lifework of Egyptian-born Starkovsky, who is fluent in five languages and has researched the Koran in at least 30 different translations. He emphasizes the importance ... Read full review


I The Foundation of Islamic Belief
II Eschatology and Apocalypsis
III Stories about the Prophets
IV Attitude Toward the Other Religions
V Doxologies
VI Legal Matters

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