For the thirtieth chapter of the Holy Quran thatÕs mostly well read and memorized by the majority of Muslims, comes this interpretation by Dr. Zaghloul Al Naggar, who attempts to cover several scientific, psychological, pedagogic, and historic issues derived from the opulent cosmic, yet short verses of this chapter.
Dr. Al Naggar unveils numerous breathtaking scientific facts about ourselves and the unexplored horizons, with a quick overview on the message meant to be sent through each Surah in this holy chapter.
Not only so, but he also tells us stories about how the antecedents lived and died, and informs us about the deeds done by the good; emphasizing the pillars of the right Islamic creed, and refined Islamic values.
Human beings can coexist in peace and harmony only when they have tolerance towards accepting one another, and when they understand that it is only God who has the right to judge people. It is then when people with different faiths and beliefs lose any feeling of superiority over other believers. God is the creator and only he will judge people on dooms day.
The author of this book further illustrates the above point through the writings of renowned scholars of the three main religions whom all strive to deliver a key message that faith and religion are related directly to God and that the world should accommodate everyone.
In an attempt to highlight the great value of women and their significant role in the development of humanity, given the immense responsibilities they shouldered and the great difficulties they had to bear throughout the life of the Prophet, the author depicts the great impact of the main female figures who have been credited for their great role in the life of the Prophet. The writer based his research and argument on the Quran as a primary source. He, furthermore, lays emphasis on the unique characteristics that made them a role model to be followed, such as wisdom, patience and perseverance in upholding the flag of the divine message of Islam.
An attempt to highlight the vital role played by women throughout the history of humanity. Having lived crucial events involving the lives of the Prophets, some women have greatly suffered and were highly influenced by those divinely chosen figures. The book presents biographies of fourteen women who were mentioned in the Holy Quran, including seven of the Prophet’s wives. The Holy Quran, the Old Testament and the New Testament are the primary sources that the book relied upon, presenting a detailed account of the lives of the Prophets, mentioning the ages in which the Prophets were sent, along with rich biographies of a selection of great Muslim women. The book focuses on the special features characterizing those women, including those that qualified them to be good examples of wisdom, patience at hard times and perseverance to uphold the banner of the holy messages.