The Noble Quraan – القرآن الكريم

  • English translation by Dr. Muhammad Muhsin Khan and Dr. Muhammad Taqi-ud-Din al-Hilali
  • made available in cooperation with Darussalam Publishers, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
  • version: 2.47
  • size: 19.3mb
  • filetype: chm (PDF version coming soon, in shaa.-Allaah)
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All glory and praise is to Allâh, the One to Whom all dignity, honour and respect are due; the Unique with perfect attributes, He begets not, nor is He begotten. He has no equal but He is the All-Mighty, Omnipotent. He sent His Messengers and Prophets to guide humanity towards Monotheism, to worship Him Alone, the only One Worthy of worship, and to warn them of the eternal dire consequences of polytheism, associating partners with One Allâh and the worship of creatures.

I would like to thank our brother Abu Abdullâh Mohammed Akhtar Chaudhry for his noble efforts in preparing the Noble Qurân in this digital ebook format, indeed it is a great contribution towards the propagation of Islâm.

I invoke you alone O Allâh, that you bless this project with success and guide all of mankind and jinn to accept Islâm as their only way of life.

O Allâh! reward all those who contributed towards this project and bless them in the highest Paradise – Al-Firdaws.

O Allâh! All Praise and Thanks be to You alone.

Dr. Muhammad Muhsin Khan
Monday 14 March, 2005

Fatwa-Online is pleased to present the “Interpretation of the Meaning of The Noble Qur.aan in the English Language” in HTML HELP (file extension .CHM)(i) format for the first time.

Having initially published the Noble Qur.aan text in the English language back in October 2004, I was approached by our kind brother, Dr. Fiaz Fazili who advised me that the Shaykh, Dr. Muhammad Muhsin Khan urges me not to suffice with just the English language, rather incorporate the Arabic text including the English footnote explanations.

In this regard, the Shaykh approached our brother, Mr. ‘Abdul-Malik Mujaahid from Darussalam publishers in Riyadh and we all met in al-Masjid an-Nabawee during the last few days of Ramadhaan 1425AH to discuss this project further. Mr. ‘Abdul-Malik Mujaahid kindly complied with the Shaykh’s request to make available all necessary resources to ensure the project’s fruition. In this regard, special thanks and appreciation go to our brother Munawwar from Darussalam for providing me with all the necessary material to undertake this project!

Hence, much time and effort has gone into preparing this publication for FREE distribution and it is anticipated it will prove to be of immense value to both Muslims and non-Muslims, in shaa.-Allaah. Therefore, whoever finds any typographical mistake(s) in the following work, then please write to me indicating the mistake(s) and its place.

{Our Lord! Punish us not if we forget or fall into error…}, [002.286]

I thank all those who will point out these mistakes with the intention of seeking Allaah’s Pleasure, and of correcting this publication. Indeed, Allaah is Surety over what I say.

May Allaah humble us all to make this effort pure, seeking His Face alone. Certainly to Him is our return.

{Our Lord accept from us, certainly you are the All-Hearing and All-Knowing}, [002.127]
{Our Lord forgive me and my parents, and the believers on the Day when the reckoning will be established}, [014.041]
«With the assistance of Allaah the Most High, and all Praise be to Allaah by whose favour good works are accomplished», [Ibn as-Sunnee in A’maal al-Yawm wal-Laylah; al-Haakim declared it Saheeh 1/499; al- Albaanee declared it Saheeh in Saheeh al-Jaami’ 4/201]

wa Billaahit-Towfeeq…

Abu ‘Abdullaah Mohammed Akhtar Chaudhry
Graduate of the Faculty of Sharee’ah
Islaamic University of Madeenah

• The Noble Qur.aan (noblequraan.chm) [English text only] was first published on al-Ithnayn 4 Ramadhaan 1425 / Monday 18 October 2004.

• The Noble Qur.aan (noblequraan.chm) [Arabic and English text] was first published on al-Ithnayn 24 Safar 1426 / Monday 4 April, 2005.

(i) HTML HELP (file extension .CHM) is the default online help format for Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000 and Windows XP. Older Windows versions (Windows 95 and Windows NT) require the Microsoft HTMP HELP viewer. In most cases, this viewer is already installed, because recent Microsoft products (MS Office) include it

He is a graduate of the Islaamic University of Madeenah, having graduated from the Institute of Arabic Language, and later the Faculty of Sharee'ah in 2004. He currently resides in Birmingham, UK.

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