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ﻢﻳﺮﻜﻟا نﺁﺮﻘﻟا. ﻰﻟإ ﻪﻴﻧﺎﻌﻣ ﺔﻤﺟﺮﺗو. ﺔﻐﻠﻟا. ﺔﻴﻧﺎﻤﻟﻷا. Translation of the Meanings of. THE NOBLE QURAN in the German Language. Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Hans Zirker, Der Koran, Primus: Darmstadt ; , p. 7 .. .pdf file; for download see Bibliography). . Der Koran: Ein fremdes Heiligtum entdecken. Notes. no contents page, tight binding, pages are different shades. Call number AES CameraCanon 5D. External-identifierurn:oclc:record

The broadcasts would have included readings from his rendition of the Quran. Juzuu ya awali.

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It is versified with Arabic parallel text and extensive footnotes. It has been published in eight edi- tions with a total of , copies being printed.

Abdalla al-Farsy, a Zanzibari, worked as a teacher and government official be- fore Independence, continuing to work for the new government in Zanzibar af- ter the revolution in , but eventually leaving in , when the general po- litical situation became desperate. This may have been one of the factors for their attacks on his version of the Quran.

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The Qadiani are active mission- aries spreading their teaching in many parts of the world including East Africa. On the other hand, references to Dale, and in- deed to Christianity, are scanty.

Insofar as the commentary is polemical, it would appear to defend the orthodox position against heretics rather than defend the superiority of Is- lam over Christianity. In the beginning his translation came out separately of each part; then it was printed complete as a book. He worked as an assis- tant Agricultural Officer at Mangwapani and then subsequently edited an inde- pendent newspaper on Zanzibar, Mwongozi Guide.

Al-Barwani was imprisoned following the Revolution in and released in , on being refused a Tanzanian passport he escaped to Kenya, claiming refugee status, eventually settling in Dubai. Because of this and because it attempts to explain matters which have al- ready been scientifically confirmed, indeed I was drawn to write in Swahili, so that my fellow Swahili people who do not know Arabic are able to understand and receive guid- ance, just as I have been guided. Ali bin Juma bin Mayunga b.

He started Quran education in with his father. From he went to primary school and continued Quranic studies from at home. In the early s he travelled and lectured both in and outside Africa. In he went to Mombasa and there he met Abdillahi Nassir b. He changed his name to Ali from Omar in It is versified with Arabic parallel text.

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There are extensive foot-notes, including ones specifically concerning Christianity. Gerard van de Bruinhorst explains: [It] is a verse by verse translation according to the Twelver Shia doctrines.

The main text is interrupted by lengthy essays on all kind of historical, political and theological issues and these issues are easily accessible in a separate index.

Assembly of Tanzania, Dar-es-Salaam, dated June In his foreword Rizvi after discussing each of the four previous versions of the Quran states that: Now Sheikh Ali bin Juma bin Mayunga Dar-es-Salaam has prepared this translation in the light of the teachings of the Ahlu 'l-bayt of the Prophet s.

The version most widely used is the one by al-Farsy. However, its availability through the internet is making it better known and more readily accessible than the other versions. As we look at the text it is worth considering which kind of translation each ver- sion has attempted. The text of the five Swahili versions, together with English and German versions for comparison are given in Appendix 2. Overall the differences between the five versions are relatively minor.

Teaching In addition to the text each version also has exegetical notes which also help to identify the teaching and approach used in each version.

Muhammad says that this sura is equal to one third of the Quran.

To blame the Arabs that say that God had daughters and that these daughters born by God were gods. Other explanations came later.

The word waahid followed by two, three etc. This indeed is the beauty of Arabic words and the perfection of this language.

The word ahad totally rejects the idea that there is a second or third part of the Divinity as the Christians say. Bibi Aisha relates that the Messenger p.

Al-Farsy gives his commentary in two ways: Parenthetically in the text, material in brackets is found in verse two: na viumbe Vyake vyote kwa kumuabudu na kumuomba na kumtegemea. And all His creatures worship him and petition him and depend upon him. Of the versions mentioned, al-Farsy in particular inserts explanatory exegetical comments.

Ahmad El-Ezabi writes of the difficulties that result from such paren- thetical commentary: … comments within the main text in parentheses, in a way which suggests this is implic- itly understood from the text, at a time when it is only a commentary based on his in- terpretation or misinterpretation of the text in question. Well this sura refutes and cleanses God Almighty from all these things. Barwani gives brief explanatory footnotes for each verse: 1.

Oh Muhammad! God Almighty the destined one alone in all needs, an all that is required.

He has no child nor was he born of father, or mother, nor has he any with his like- ness or example. It is set out with a series of headings, accom- panied by 33 Bible passages: God is Only One Psalm John Isaiah Attributes of God James But Jesus was tempted by the Devil: Matthew Daniel But Jesus died: Matthew But Jesus did not know everything: Matthew But Jesus was tired: John Jesus is a Messenger John Son of God These words in the Bible do not refer to the actual Child of God, rather they refer to a person who was chosen and taken by God as his child.

We give a few examples here: Job Exodus Leviticus Jesus is not Good Mark Jesus did not die on the Cross Galatians Galatians Conclusion We have seen the translations and something of the tensions resulting from them and the teaching that has come about from the different versions.

The approach to translation is also varied. In addition to the approaches to translation used in each version, a study needs to be made as to how well they convey the poetic and prose styles of the Arabic. In many ways it is still too early to say, but I can make some provisional comments on this: Having the Quran available in Swahili has meant that people have been able to understand the text more read- ily.

But is should be noted that the Swahili used is that of the coast, particularly of Zanzibar and this is often heavily reliant on Arabic loan words, vocabulary which is less well known away from the coastal regions.

Christians seeking to respond to Muslim use of the Bible have also used the Quran in Swahili, all too often in a polemical manner. Having the Quran available in Swahili has allowed both Muslims and Christians to have ac- cess to the scripture and to be able to discuss its contents and to compare their beliefs.

To a certain extent this has allowed the demystification of scripture and led to opportunities for fruitful discussion. Mungu ni Mmoja.

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But the story of the Arabic Bible is a fascinating story, for not only is there an Arabic Bible in this story, but also the Hebrew Bible itself was redeined in the Islamic world, due to the philological revolution that the Arabs brought to the study of Arabic.

Weber, Robert, and Roger Gryson. Your most formal savings are used on the browser extent of the unrelenting pocket. John E. II, Leiden , He began his translation of the Quran in completing it in , when it was published in Nairobi, Kenya.