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A STUDY OF THE FATWA ON THE TRANSLATION OF THE QUR’ĀN
A STUDY OF THE FATWA ON THE TRANSLATION OF THE QUR’ĀN Reg. Date : 2011/04/19
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title : A STUDY OF THE FATWA ON THE TRANSLATION OF THE QUR’ĀN
Author : BY RASHID RIDĀ
Source : http://www.quran.org.uk/out.php?LinkID=61
date : 1390/01/30
Abstract : The translation of the Qur’an is a controversial issue which always raises such pressing and recurring questions as: Is the Qur’an translatable? Is it translatable in whole or in part? Is the translation a substitute for the original Arabic or a mere approximation and an attempt to translate the untranslatable? After their first appearance when a large number of non-Arabic speaking people had embraced Islam Muslims, these questions became again prominent when the issue of the translation of the Qur’an was raised in the 1920s and 1930s. The goal of this paper is not to trace the old discussion of these questions, for it is crystallized in the early twentieth century debate. However, the historical factors, which played a significant role in this debate, namely the translations made for nationalistic and sectarian purposes as well as those made by Orientalists and missionaries for polemical purposes, deserve attention, and the different opinions should be discussed in light of these factors.
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