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1-Mishkât Al-Anwar
("THE NICHE FOR LIGHTS")By: AL-GHAZZALI [1058-1111 C.E.] Translation and Introduction by William Henry Temple GAIRDNER [b. 1873, d. 1928]
First published as Monograph Vol. XIX by the Royal Asiatic Society, London 1924


Methodology for Research and Knowledge
By:Taha Jabir Al 'Alwani
English Edition by:Yusuf Talal DeLorenzo
A. S. Al Shaikh-Ali

The International Institute of Islamic Thought
Herndon, Virginia USA


3-The Awaited Saviour

By: Baqir al-Sadr and Murtada Mutahhari

The Saviour's Return
Chapter 1 :Who And What Of The Mahdi
Chapter 2 :Some Objections About The Mahdi
Chapter 3 :Replies To The Objections
The Saviour's Revolution
Chapter 4 :The Final Victory
Chapter 5 :Expectation of Solace
Chapter 6 :Interpretation of the evolution of history
Chapter 7 :The Human or Natural Approach
Chapter 8:Two Concepts About Man
Chapter 9:An ideal society
Chapter 10:Appendix


r="#de893d">4-The Qur'an in Islam
Its Impact and Influence on the
Life of Muslims

By: Sayyid Muhammad Husayn Tabataba'i

Part I

The Value of the Qur'an in the Eyes of the Muslims
The Qur'an Contains a Pattern of a Complete Way of Life for Man
The Qur'an as a Document of  Prophethood

Part II

The Teachings of the Qur'an
The Universal Import of the Qur'an
The Perfection of the Qur'an
The Eternal Quality of the Qur'an
The Qur'an as a Self-Contained Proof
The Inner and Outer Dimensions of the Qur'an
The Wisdom Contained in the Two Facets of the Qur'an: The Inner and the utter
The Two Kinds of    Qur'anic Verses: The Explicit and the Implicit
The meanings of the Explicit and the Implicit Verses, According to the Commentators and  Scholars
The Method of Guidance and Explanation used in the Rest of the Qur'an
The Commentary of the Imams of the Prophet's Family concerning the Explicit and he Implicit  Verses
The Qur'an Possesses Revelation and Exegesis
The Meaning of Exegesis, According to the Commentators and  Scholars
The Meaning of Exegesis in the Tradition of the Qur'anic Sciences
Applicability and Validity of the Qur'an
Qur'anic Commentary: Its Advent and  Development
The Science of Qur'anic Commentary and the Different Groups of  Commentators
The Methods Used by  the Shi'ite Commentators and their Different Groupings
How Does the Qur'an Lend Itself to Interpretation?
An Example of Commentary on the Qur'an with the Aid of the Qur'an
The Validity of the Commentary of the Prophet and the Imams

Part III

The Revelation of the Qur'an
General Beliefs of Muslims  concerning the  Revelation of the Qur'an
The View of  Contemporary  Non-Muslim Writers concerning the  Revelation and  Prophecy
What the Qur'an Itself  Says concerning this  Matter
The Angel Gabriel
The Angels and the Devils
The Call of Conscience
The Reality of the Prophet's Mission
What the Qur'an says about the Meaning of Revelation and  Prophecy
Man 's Innate Nature
Man 's Path in Traversing  the Road of Life
Man as a Social Being The Manifestation of Social Differences and  the Necessity of Law
The Intellect is not Sufficient in Guiding  Man towards Respect  of the Law
The Only Way to  Guidance is that of  Revelation
The Revelation of the Qur'an
Some Questions Answered
The Path of Revelation is Protected Against Mistakes
The Hidden Reality of Revelation
How the Qur'an was Revealed

Part IV

The Relationship of the Qur'an to the Sciences
Praise of Knowledge and   the Stimulation of the  Desire to Study
The Sciences which the  Qur'an Invites Men to  Study
The Sciences Particular to the Study of the Qur'an
The Sciences which Developed because of the Qur'an

Part V

The Order of the Qur'an's Revelation and the Growth of the Qur'anic Sciences
The Order in which the  Verses of the Qur'an   were Revealed
Conclusions to be Drawn
The Reasons for the Revelations
The Method Used in Describing "The    Reasons for the     Revelations"
Further Traditions Concerning the Order  and Place Revelation of the Chapters
The Gathering of the Qur'an into One Volume (Before the Death of the    Prophet)
After the Death of the Prophet
The Importance Muslims Attached to the Qur'an
The Qur'an is Protected  from any Alteration
The Recitation, Memorization and Transmission of the Qur'an
The Different Groups of Reciters
The Seven Reciters The Number of Verses in the Qur'an
The Names of the Chapters
Calligraphy, Orthography and Diacritical Marks Used in the Qur'an
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