enlightening commentary into the light of The Holy Qurʾan

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Other titlesNūr al-Qurʾān fī tafsīr al-Qurʾān, Koran. English & Arabic.
Statementby a group of Muslim scholars ; translated by Sayyid Abbas Sadr-ʻāmelī ; edited by Celeste Smith.
ContributionsSadr-ʻāmelī, Abbas., Smith, Celeste.
LC ClassificationsBP130.4 .E55 1998
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