English Translation of the Qur'an - Dr Muhammad Muhsin Khan

English Translation of the Qur'an

By Dr Muhammad Muhsin Khan

  • Release Date: 2012-02-14
  • Genre: Religion & Spirituality
Score: 4
4
From 429 Ratings

Description

Between these two covers you will find the answer to those questions which touch the very depths of your soul.
Why am I here? Where am I heading? How does one achieve happiness? Can one really find inner-peace? How can the “God” issue be resolved? Is blind faith and the curbing of logic the only road to spiritual nourishment?
The answers given are plain and simple. All that is required to benefit is truthfulness with oneself, and unbiased approach, and a sincere quest for guidance. With that, immediately you will see why so many are naturally compelled to accept this message. We invite you to contemplate the matter for yourself...

Reviews

  • Incitement for Hate

    1
    By Sawofhfnbdyskrljgrh
    Incites for Hate and offensive because it contains personal opinions and understandings which are wrong and not mentioned in the real version of Quran.
  • Accurate

    5
    By darkselwyn
    The brackets are NECESSARY since there are words that don’t exist in English in the Arabic language, as well as CONTEXT and the TAFSIR which is referred to by other reviewers. This is an amazing and very accurate translation of the Quran. Good step in trying to understand the beliefs of the Islamic religion and the highlighting and notes feature in iBooks is great for if you have a question on a specific section so you can look into it later and not assume that it is the author’s opinion. Please. It’s called research. Do read this translation! Interpret it after without biases from other people and their religions.
  • Mash Allah

    5
    By abdul hamid3
    Allah is the greatest
  • First Search Result Not Always The Best, Stars Not Always Indicative of Quality

    1
    By Odzareven
    This was the first result I had when searching for a basic Qur'an. It also had 4 stars, as many as the first 4 or 5 other results from my search, but once I started reading, I was distracted by these very judgmental, racist comments in parentheses, and I wondered, "Is this REALLY what the Qur'an says?!" So, I looked for another one and was more careful about reading for a book description that touted accuracy and direct translation with a translator with relevant credentials.
  • Quran in englisch

    5
    By ahmad hakem
    Thank you guys very much for your work to create it in englisch version on apple
  • Women in Islam

    2
    By 😂😂☺️☺️❤️
    I have the distinct feeling that the Quran was written for men. I'm not trying to sound sexist but looking up "woman", "girl", and "women" in the search bar was very enlightening. I'm doing a project on the misrepresentation of women in Islam not being weak, docile, (merely) useful creatures to men that are Muslim. I was sorely disappointed. I have realized reading the other reviews that this isn't the only understanding (do to the authors personal opinions) of the Quran but regardless-the actual thing is not that much different.
  • curiosity

    3
    By vlamp66
    i see some dont think the author of book knew what he ws saying. im curious to read it myself more understanding on what muslim believe and understand why this is the backbone of jhad and isis. im sure it will be interesting. i think ppl need go inwith open minds. dont read a book if you have already formed an opinion. you will be disappointed no matter what.
  • PURE MUSLIM

    5
    By PURE MUSLIM
    WONDERFUL TRANSLATION
  • Please read

    5
    By SlaveofAlRaheem
    First of all, He is not putting his own personal opinion in the brackets. That is actually what the tafsir of the Qur'aan is referring to in each ayat. He makes it simpler so you don't have to wonder what the ayat is referring to. Also, the Ulamaa (Scholars), have recommended that Dr. Mohsin Khan's translation is by far the most accurate translation to this day. He is actually from the world renowned Islamic University of Al-Medinah Al-Munawarah in Saudi Arabia.
  • Bad version

    1
    By Flashy2457
    I'm a Christian simply wanting to read The Qur'an. The parenthesis and brackets used constantly in the text are not only distracting but an unwelcome interpretation from the translator.