تحميل و قراءة كتاب THE OBLIGATIONS MUSLIMS OWE TO THE QURAN pdf

تحميل كتاب THE OBLIGATIONS MUSLIMS OWE TO THE QURAN pdf

المؤلف : اسرار احمد
التصنيف : كتب منوعة
السنة : غير محدد
عدد الصفحات : غير محدد
عن الكتاب : During the last decade, international Qirat competitions have become a regular feature in the Muslim World .. These competitions, in which well-known Qura from different countries have been participating to display their rem-arkable talents for the recitation of the Quran, have served a number of purposes. The large audiences who have been listening spell-bound to the recitations of the world-famous Qura have always been moved by the unique melody, eloquence and grandeur of the Quranic diction. This may have, for the time being, ·~trengthened their belief in the Divine origin of the Quran. Morevoer, these competitions have popularised Tajwid (i.e. the art of reciting the Quran with correct pro- nunciation) in Malaysia, Indonesia and Pakistan. The Muslim children in these countries today can recite the Holy Book with much better accent and intonation than they could possibly do a few years ago. Without intending to minimise the importance of reciting the Quran properly, one might ask the question: Have these competitions helped bridge the gulf that yawns between us and the Quran today? Or, have they established a real contact between us and the book of God? The answer to this question is 'No.' Unfortunately, the great objective of establishing a real contact between us and the Quran has not been achieved even by the different religious seminars and symposia which have. been held in our country and elsewhere during the recent years. The savants and scholars who participated in the discussions at these conferences and colloquia have generally dwelt at such topics as the greatness of the Quran, its beauties and marvels etc., but no attempt has been made to consider the fundamental questions: What are our obli- gations towards the Quran? And how can we discharge .
عن الكتاب
During the last decade, international Qirat competitions have become a regular feature in the Muslim World .. These competitions, in which well-known Qura from different countries have been participating to display their rem-arkable talents for the recitation of the Quran, have served a number of purposes. The large audiences who have been listening spell-bound to the recitations of the world-famous Qura have always been moved by the unique melody, eloquence and grandeur of the Quranic diction. This may have, for the time being, ·~trengthened their belief in the Divine origin of the Quran. Morevoer, these competitions have popularised Tajwid (i.e. the art of reciting the Quran with correct pro- nunciation) in Malaysia, Indonesia and Pakistan. The Muslim children in these countries today can recite the Holy Book with much better accent and intonation than they could possibly do a few years ago. Without intending to minimise the importance of reciting the Quran properly, one might ask the question: Have these competitions helped bridge the gulf that yawns between us and the Quran today? Or, have they established a real contact between us and the book of God? The answer to this question is 'No.' Unfortunately, the great objective of establishing a real contact between us and the Quran has not been achieved even by the different religious seminars and symposia which have. been held in our country and elsewhere during the recent years. The savants and scholars who participated in the discussions at these conferences and colloquia have generally dwelt at such topics as the greatness of the Quran, its beauties and marvels etc., but no attempt has been made to consider the fundamental questions: What are our obli- gations towards the Quran? And how can we discharge .
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