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The Holy Koran

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About the Koran

This is an electronic version of The Holy Qur'an, translated by M.H. Shakir and published by Tahrike Tarsile Qur'an, Inc., in 1983. The text was provided by the Online Book Initiative and subsequently marked up at the HTI in SGML. Like all the versions of this text derived from the Online Book Initiative, it is not free from errors. We will strive to correct any errors pointed out to us.


The Opening
The Cow
The Family of Imran
The Women
The Dinner Table
The Cattle
The Elevated Places
The Accessions
The Immunity
Jonah
The Holy Prophet
Yusuf
The Thunder
Abraham
The Rock
The Bee
The Children of Israel
The Cave
Marium
Ta Ha
The Prophets
The Pilgrimage
The Believers
The Light
The Distinction
The Poets
The Ant
The Narratives
The Spider
The Romans
Luqman
The Adoration
The Clans
The Saba
The Originator
Yasin
The Rangers
Suad
The Companions
The Believer
Ha Mim
The Counsel
Ornaments of Gold
The Smoke
The Kneeling
The Sandhills
Muhammad
The Victory
The Chambers
Qaf
The Scatterers
The Mountain
The Star
The Moon
The Beneficent
The Event
The Iron
She Who Pleaded
The Banishment
The Examined One
The Ranks
The Congregation
The Hypocrites
The Mutual Deceit
The Divorce
The Prohibition
The Kingdom
The Pen
The Inevitable
The Ways of Ascent
Nuh
The Jinn
The Wrapped Up
The Covered One
The Resurrection
Time
The Sent Forth
The Great Event
The Draggers
He Frowned
The Folded Up
The Cleaving
The Deceivers in Measuring
The Rending Asunder
The Celestial Stations
The Nightly Visitant
The Most High
The Overwhelming Calamity
The Daybreak
The City
The Sun
The Night
The Brightness
The Expansion
The Fig
The Clot
The Grandeur
The Clear Evidence
The Quaking
The Chargers
The Calamity
Vying in Abundance
The Age
The Slanderer
The Elephant
The Qureaish
Alms
The Abundance of Good
The Disbelievers
The Help
The Flame
The Unity
The Dawn
The People

About the Koran

This is an electronic version of The Holy Qur'an, translated by M.H. Shakir and published by Tahrike Tarsile Qur'an, Inc., in 1983. The text was provided by the Online Book Initiative and subsequently marked up at the HTI in SGML. Like all the versions of this text derived from the Online Book Initiative, it is not free from errors. We will strive to correct any errors pointed out to us.


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