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New version with the rasm and linguistic notes

Reader comment on item: Arguing over "Can Islam Be Reformed?"
in response to reader comment: New augmented version

Submitted by Alain Jean-Mairet (Switzerland), Jan 7, 2014 at 23:57

The latest release (8/1/2014) of Sami Aldeeb's "Arabic translation" of the Koran now shows three versions of the Koranic text in parallel: the rasm (with a Kufic font specially developed for the purpose), the standard (and heavily annotated) Koran in Arabic, and an easily readable modern Arabic version. It also contains hundreds of additional linguistic notes.

The address stays the same:




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