Qur’ānic Services of Revert Muslim Ahmed Van Denffer

نومسلم احمد وان ڈینفر کی قرآنی خدمات

Authors

  • Muhammad Aslam Mujahid Ph.D Research Scholar, Department of Islamic Studies, the Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Bahawalpur.
  • Dr. Muhammad Khubaib Assistant Professor, Department of World Religions & Interfaith Harmony, Faculty of Islamic Learning, the Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Bahawalpur, Pakistan

Abstract

Ahmed Von Denffer was born on May 10, 1949, in Moon Chengla Dabach, Germany. He converted to Islam in 1971. From 1972 to 1978, he studied Islamic and Social Sciences at the University of Mainz, Germany. He learned a lot about the Qur’ān and human life from Khurram Murad of Jamaat-e-Islami in Islamic Foundation Leicester, England. Serve in key positions at the various charity Foundations. Most of the translations of the Holy Qur’ān that were available in German language in 1970s were written by Non-Muslims, and they were inappropriate. He decided to translate and interpret the Qur’ān in German Language. For this he had the support of three institutions, Islamic Center Munich, Germany, Islamic Foundation Leicester, England and Dawah Academy, International Islamic University Islamabad, Pakistan. It was completed on March 27, 1996. It was published by the Islamic Center Munich in 2001 and Dawah Academy Islamabad in 2006 under the title "Der Koran Die Heilige Schrift Des Islam in Deutscher Ubertragung". It is a common sense, authentic and literal translation, with great care. The necessary explanations in the Tafsīr are given in the footnotes, the Israelis are avoided and the authentic Tafsīr-e-Qur’ān is used. Tafsīr Bil Masoor is preferred and personal opinions are seldom mentioned. Instead of modernity, the classical Tafsīr of the Holy Qur’ān has been done.

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Published

2022-03-10

How to Cite

Muhammad Aslam Mujahid, & Dr. Muhammad Khubaib. (2022). Qur’ānic Services of Revert Muslim Ahmed Van Denffer: نومسلم احمد وان ڈینفر کی قرآنی خدمات. Al-Aijaz Research Journal of Islamic Studies & Humanities , 6(1), 86-98. Retrieved from https://arjish.com/index.php/arjish/article/view/485