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  1. Al Fatihah (The Opening)

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  1. Al Baqarah (The Heifer)

        Muqattaat Appendix I

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  1. Ale Imran(Family of Imran)

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  1. Al-Nisa' (The Women)

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  1. AlMa'ida(The Repast)

        On the Tawrah Appendix II

        On the Tawrah Appendix III

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  1. Al-An'am (The Cattle)

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  1. Al-A'raf (The Heights)

        Egyptian Chronology & Israel Appendix IV

        Egyptian Religion & its Steps Towards Islam Appendix V

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  1. Al-Anfal (The Spoils of War)

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  1. Tawbah (The Repentance)

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  1. Yunus (The Prophet Yunus)

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  1. Hud (The Prophet Hud)

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  1. Yusuf (Joseph)

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  1. Al-Ra'd (The Thunder)

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  1. Ibrahim (Abraham)

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  1. Al-Hijr (The Rocky Tract)

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  1. Al-Nahl (Bees)

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  1. Al-Isra' (The Night Journey)

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  1. Al-Kahf (The Cave)

        Who is Dhu al Qarnayn Appendix VI

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  1. Maryam (Mary)

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  1. Ta Ha

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  1. Al Anbiya' (The Prophets)

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  1. Al Hajj (The Pilgrimage)

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  1. Al Mu'minun (The Believers)

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  1. Al Nur (The Light)

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  1. Al Furqan (The Criterion)

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  1. Al Shu'ara' (The Poets)

        Thamud Inscriptions at al Hijr Appendix VII

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  1. Al Naml (The Ants)

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  1. Al Qasas (The Narrations)

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  1. Al 'Ankbut (The Spider)

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  1. Al Rum (The Romans)

        First Contact of Islam with World Movements Appendix VIII

        Egyptian Religion & its Steps Towards Islam Appendix IX

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  1. Luqman

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  1. Al Sajdah (The Prostration)

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  1. Al Ahzab (The Confederates)

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  1. Saba' (Sheba)

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  1. Fatir (The Originator of Creation)

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  1. Yasin

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  1. As-Saffat (Those Ranged in Rank)

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  1. Sa'd (Letter Saad)

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  1. Az-Zumar (Crowds)

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  1. Momin (Believer)

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  1. Fussilat (Expounded)

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  1. Ash Shura (Consultation)

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  1. Az Zukhruf (The Gold Adornment)

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  1. Ad Dukhan (The Smoke)

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  1. Al Jathiyah (The Kneeling Down)

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  1. Al Ahqaf (Winding Sand Tracts)

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  1. Muhammad

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  1. Al Fath (The Victory)

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  1. Al Hujurat (The Chamners)

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  1. Qaf

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  1. Adh Dhariyat (The Winds That Scatter)

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  1. At Tur (The Mount)

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  1. Al Najm (The Star)

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  1. Al Qamar (The Moon)

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  1. Ar Rahman (The Most Gracious

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  1. Al Waqi`ah (The Inevitable)

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  1. Al Hadid (Iron)

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  1. Al Mujadilah (The Woman Who Pleads)

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  1. As Hashr (The Mustering)

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  1. Al Mumtahinah (That Which Examines)

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  1. Adh Dhariyat (The Winds That Scatter)

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  1. Al Jumu`ah (Friday)

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  1. At Munafiqun (Hypocrites)

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  1. At Taghabun (The Mutual Loss and Gain)

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  1. At Talaq (Divorce)

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  1. Al Tahrim (Prohibition)

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  1. Al Mulk (The Dominion)

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  1. Al Qalam (The Pen)

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  1. Al Haqqah (The Sure Reality)

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  1. Al Ma`arij (The Ways of Ascent)

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  1. Nuh (The Prophet Noah)

        Ancient Forms of Pagan Worship Appendix X

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  1. Al Jinn (The Spirits)

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  1. Al Muzzammil (The Enfolded One)

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  1. Al Muddaththir (The Wrapped Up)

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  1. Al Qiyamah (The Resurrection)

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  1. Al Dahr (The Time)

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  1. Al Mursalat (Those Sent Forth)

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  1. Al Naba' (The Great News)

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  1. Al Nazi'at (Those Who Tear Out)

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  1. 'Abasa (He Frowned)

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  1. Al Takwir (The Folding Up)

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  1. Al Infitar (The Cleaving Asunder)

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  1. Al Mutaffifin (The Dealers in Fraud)

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  1. Al Inshiqaq (The Rending Asunder)

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  1. Al Buruj (The Constellations)

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  1. Al Tariq (The Night Star)

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  1. Al A'la (The Most High)

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  1. Al Ghashiyah (The Overwhelming Event)

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  1. Al Fajr (The Dawn)

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  1. Al Balad (The City)

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  1. Al Shams (The Sun)

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  1. Al Layl (The Night)

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  1. Al Duha (The Glorious Morning Light)

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  1. Al Inshirah (The Expansion of the Breast)

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  1. Al Tin (The Fig)

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  1. Al 'Alaq (The Clinging Clot)

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  1. Al Qadr (The Night of Power or Honour)

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  1. Al Bayyinah (The Clear Evidence)

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  1. Al Zalzalah (The Earthquake)

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  1. Al 'Adiyat (Those That Run)

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  1. Al Qari'ah (The Great Calamity)

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  1. Al Takathur (The Piling Up)

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  1. Al 'Asr (Time Through the Ages)

        Oaths & Adjurations in Quran Appendix XI

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  1. Al Humazah (The Scandalmonger)

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  1. Al Fil (The Elephant)

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  1. Quraysh (The Tribe of Quraysh)

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  1. Al Ma'un (The Neighbourly Assistance)

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  1. Al Kawthar (The Abundance)

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  1. Al Kafirun (Those Who Reject Faith)

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  1. Al Nasr (The Help)

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  1. Al Masad (The Plaited Rope)

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  1. Al Ikhlas (The Purity of Faith)

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  1. Al Falaq (The Day Break)

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  1. Al Nas (Mankind)

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