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Quran For Peace (Arabic) (Arabic Edition) (Arabic) Paperback – December 24, 2012
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Often your heart will show you the way.
This is a book by an author who will look and is listening.
The first few chapters were coloured with clarity,and would be the start to a long journey that can change the way millions of readers view the Quran.
Dr. Ayman could of given more examples from the Quran concerning The Month of Ramadan and The Haj while his analysis stay solid and sound.
For once an observation of parts of the Quran is made with out blind reference from its followers and many of their misunderstandings.
I would recommend this book to Moslems and non Moslems alike;hoping that many in the future will walk in Dr. Ayman's foot steps in examining the Quran before jumping into cultural conclusions.
It starts off with some clear and actual examples demonstrating the level of ignorance about the Quran, especially by its self-proclaimed most ardent followers. After this brief introduction it takes you by the hand while examining the word "islam" itself, and you feel like an elementary school kid when it reveals through the simplest and clearest approach its true meaning.
The following chapters are an in-depth analysis of "salaat", "masjid", "hajj" and "ramadan" as found in the Quran and unveil some mind-boggling revelations. The last chapter feels like the last puzzle piece when it discusses the "jinn" and makes you understand, somehow appreciate, how everything fits in the big scheme of things.
The book ends on a practical note and lays down a strategy from the Quran on how to seek and stay on the straight path. It explains "zakaat" and invites everyone to reflect on the verses of the Quran. It aspires to re-open the door of "ijtihad", and will hopefully be the first real attempt to succeed, unless the god wills otherwise.