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QURANIC ATLAS- NARATIVES OF THE HOLY PROPHETS (from ADAM to JESUS PBUT) 1 edition

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QURANIC ATLAS- NARATIVES OF THE HOLY PROPHETS (from ADAM to JESUS PBUT)
with Historical, Geographical and Archeological References of Places, Nations, Land Marks and Obscure Sites
First

Published 2008 by ISLAMIC RESEARCH FOUNDATION GLOBAL .

About the Book

ISBN number 978-969-8341-06-0
(Bi-lingual- in English and Urdu)

Authentic Collection of the Maps, Illustrations, Drawings, Tables, and Pictures. Indices and Appendices.

It is much more than an Atlas, which should be normal part of an intelligent home library.
A unique publication for the first time.

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Atlas- New in its Subject - with Historical, Geographical and Archeological References of Places, Nations, Land Marks and Obscure Sites

Table of Contents

EXTRACTS FROM THE REVIEWS ON THIS ATLAS
The pages of this "Atlas" plunge the reader into the Stories of Holy Qu'ran, although there is a great deal of material available today which is usually presented with either huge explications, or else a shorter works with a reduced informative material. But this "Atlas" renders a concise and authentic account of the noble lives of the (Pre Islamic Era) Holy Prophets mentioned in Holy Quran; therefore it will stand in the middle and prove a unique book to be read and shared. May Allah (SWT) accept this devotion of Engr: A.H. Malik in His Lordship.
Prof: Dr. Riaz Ahmad
Ex. Director, National Institute of Historical & Cultural Research, Center of Excellence QAU.
Ex. Prof: Quid-i- Azam Chair, QA University Islamabad.
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This "Atlas" is an array of iconographic material which provides us with a panorama of the entire Qur'anic stories. Keeping up with the many characters and events mentioned in Qur'anic Narratives can be difficult. But this unique and comprehensive blend of maps, charts, plans, photographs and text offers help in finding your way through the lands of the Holy Qur'an from the past to the present day. This "Atlas" combines geographical and historical detail in a colorful format making it invaluable for all students and readers from all walks of the life.
Prof. Dr. Anis Ahmad
Vice Chancellor, Riphah International University
Vice Chairman Institute of Policy Studies Islamabad
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This "Atlas" is well articulated amply studded with beautiful illustrations drawn from archaeology, history and architecture, which adds grandeur to the parables compiled. This "Atlas" is based upon a piece of research which has been developed along the lines of the comparative, interdisciplinary approach. The" Atlas" has been compiled meticulously at a time when we need it most. May Allah (SWT) reward the momentous effort of Engr; Abdul Hakeem and enable us to learn from the life of distinguished Prophets cited in this "Atlas".
Dr. Muhammad Bilal Khan
Dean & Director Projects, SCME, NUST
National University of Science & Technology Islamabad
Chairman YMK Educational Foundation
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This lavishly illustrated "Atlas" portrays the cutting edge in series of publications on the subject; it is a treasure for novice and experienced user alike. The strength of this "Atlas" lies in its eye-catching presentation.
Dr Akbar S Ahmed, SI
Ibn Khaldun Chair, American University Washington, D.C,
Chair Middle East and Islamic Studies, US Naval Academy, Annapolis,
Professor Harvard and Cambridge Universities UK
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The great strength of this "Atlas" is its maps together with a substantial range of pictorial aids, photographs and archaeological discoveries which illustrate the text with visual representation. The history, archaeology, social background, geography and theology have been brought together to offer the reader a lively and dynamic study of narratives of Prophets in the Holy Qur'an. Let me add that this is one of the best Atlases I've seen. Finally one cannot simply help admiring, respecting Malik Abdul Hakeem for his distinguished services. He deserves every kudo and heartiest congratulations on the success of such a great venture. May Almighty Allah guide, protect and bless him in future also.
Prof: Dr. Hafeez-ur-Rehman Chaudhary
Chairman, (Anthro) Quaid-i- Azam University Islamabad
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have known the learned author for well over a decade now. What has impressed me most is his consistent and persistent dedication to Islam. Malik Saheb intensive and extensive vigorous research for a decade and more, has resulted in this outstanding recent publication, in an attractively illustrated and convincing manner. This Atlas is bound to become as popular and useful as his earlier “Qur’anic Prism of 1990’s. May Allah Almighty Bless him here and Hereafter for his labour of Islami Love and devotion
Dr. Ikram Azam
Phd. D Lit
Chairman, Pakistan Futuristic Institute and Foundation,
And Mar gala Voices (Mv’s) Islamabad.

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The Physical Object

Number of pages
714
Weight
2.5

ID Numbers

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OL23371597M
ISBN 13
978-969-8341-06-0

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