This series presents the Qur'an content contains a rhyming, contextualised version of the Qur'an in simple English, compiled by a secondary school Headteacher and checked thoroughly by a traditional Islamic scholar. It is a compilation of hadeeth, Qur’an, and Qur’anic cross-reference. It is not a translation as the Qur’an can not be translated.
It is designed to offer young Muslims a way of accessing the Qur'an.
It is easy to listen to and access, encouraging Muslims to focus on verses' meanings, history and explanations.
This explanation of the Qur'an is colour coded so readers know where information is drawn from. Whether it is directly something from the Qur'an, a cross-reference from another part of the Qur'an or explanations offered in the highly renowned scholarly works of Ibn Abass and Jalalayn, as well as the hadeeth collections.
This series is an introduction to understanding the Qur’an and the context of some of the verses, it is not meant as a replacement for studying the utterly unique, mesmerising Arabic of the Qu’ran itself. Think of this as an introduction and thus a step along the way to properly understanding and appreciating the Qur’an in Arabic.
We hope it allows you to have a strong introductory understanding of the Qur’an and is part of your daily use and understanding.