Beauty of Kanz

Kanz al-Īymān is arguably, the finest explanatory translation of the Holy Qur’ān in Urdu. Its major highlight is the meticulous use of appropriate language, when referring to Allāh táālā and His Messengers and utmost caution in the translation of abstruse verses. This is also unique because explanations are woven in the translation itself, and still, as far as possible, they remain close to the literal word.

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Taqi Usmani Lies

Mufti Taqi Usmani resorted to lies and slandered Alahazrat when asked about the reasons for takfir of Deobandi elders. https://archive.org/details/Fatawa-Usmani-By-Mufti-Taqi-UsmaniSee here for a Deobandi's translation of the fatwa: https://www.deoband.org/2010/07/theology-rulings/a-query-regarding-the-barelwis/These are all lies which will be refuted. Check this page after a while.

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Anil and Faizan

If English academics can wax lyrical about a subject they have no clue of and confidently elucidate their opinions, why should Indian academics be left behind? Anil Maheshwari wrote a book on Alahazrat apparently, and as is the trend these days - one does not need to have knowledge in a subject to write a book.

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Stranded Robinson

An English academic talks about Alahazrat without any clue - but with the authority that only academics can in subjects they have no knowledge of, or expertise in. Much like Cyril Radcliffe decided the partition lines without any knowledge of India, its geograpy or its polity!

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