Tafseer Noorul Quran Launched in Pakistan

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SHAFAQNA- Tafseer Noorul Quran, an exegesis written by Allama Manzoor Ahmad Shah, was launched during a ceremony attended among others by the Ruet-e-Hilal Committee chairman and various incumbent and former federal ministers in Sahiwal, Pakistan’s Central Punjab.

The Tafseer of Holy Quran consists of 16 volumes and 4,000 pages. Addressing the launching ceremony, Mufti Muneebur Rehman said that the Holy Quran is the only book which is safe in the hearts of millions of Muslim and it cannot be changed in anyway.
He said that Tafseerul Quran written by Manzoor Ahmad Shah with special blessing of Almighty Allah will be helpful in understanding the Holy Book. He further said that all quotation cited in Noorul Quran which was completed in eight years were certified.
On the occasion, those addressed the ceremony included Federal Minister Ameenul Hasnaat, ex-minister Hamid Saeed Kazmi Mazhar Saeed Kazmi, Allama Iqbal Open University Vice Chairman Prof Ali Asghar Chishti, former federal minister Hanif Tayyab, Dr Mazhar Fareed, Mufti Noorullah of Baseerpur and Ehsaanul Haq.
They paid rich tributes to the author for his remarkable effort. Manzoor Ahmad said that each point of Quran had been explained according to Hadith. Later, those played a role in this regard were awarded.
Source:Iqna

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