Author: Khurram Murad
About the Book: “Can the Quran, again, be a living, relevant force, as powerful for us now, 1400 years away, as it was then?” asks Khurram Murad. For the late author, who was the Director-General of the Islamic Foundation in the U.K. and was actively involved with Jama’at Islami Pakistan, one of the country’s foremost Islamic movements, the answer is a resounding ‘Yes’. But unlike other books which may try to further this goal only by discussing the point in detailed jargon, Khurram Murad uses a practical approach and talks about the attitude and motives that have to be brought in approaching the Quran. After all, this is not just any book! The book gives you the rules of reading the Quran, provides you with tips on how to study it, outlines general principles for understanding the message, and warns about the risks involved in embarking on this journey of learning while advising how to avoid them. And to top all of this information off, the author also provides a syllabus for a one year program to improve and increase understanding of the Book of Allaah (SWT). Let ‘Way to the Quran’ show you how to take the Quran off the shelf and bring it into the heart. In shaa Allaah.
About the Author: Khurram Murad (1932–1996) was the director-general of the Islamic Foundation, United Kingdom, and was a renowned teacher who spent forty years in the spiritual teaching and training of thousands of young Muslims around the globe.