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  • Stories Of The Qur’an

    Here we are with the book Stories of the Qur’an by AI-Hafiz Isma` il Ibn Katheer Ad- Dimashqi (May Allah rest his soul), taking a tour throughout the stories mentioned in the Glorious Qur’ an pertaining to which Allah the Almighty says: {Indeed in their stories, there is a lesson for men of understanding}. (Yusuf, 111) Yes, in order to find admonition, lessons and exemplary models! This book handles the stories that are cited in the Glorious Qur’an, gathered from the book titled, Al-Bidayah wan-Nihayah (The Beginning and the End).

    Formation : Imam Ibn Kathir

    Reveiwers : Muhammad AbdulRaoof

    Translators : Ali As-Sayed Al-Halawani - Ali As-Sayyed Al-Hulwani

    Source : http://www.islamhouse.com/p/313856

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