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Our Story

Animals in the Quran

Ahmad Bahjat

Paperback

326 pages / Published: --

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What if the crow who showed Cain how to bury Abel was returning from a justice council with the corpse of a condemned and executed fellow crow?

Ahmad Bahjat imagines this scenario and others in the wildly inventive tales he collects in Our Story. Bahjat envisions animal lives and communities as complete as human ones, and he retells the familiar stories of the prophets through this new lens, adding a layer of illuminating viewpoints to the well-known stories.

No one has been able to ask Salih’s camel what she thought of the disbelievers’ refutations, but through Bahjat’s creative and insightful tales, we can now conjecture.

A feat of imagination and elaborate world building, these stories combine a Muslim’s love of the prophets and a desire to follow them with the recognition that humanity is not alone on this earth. Our Story provides a new frame of reference for our most beloved childhood stories.

Name

Ahmad Bahjat

Country

Egypt

Biography

Ahmad Bahjat was born in Egypt

Title

Our Story

Format(s)

Paperback

Edition

1st

Pages

326

ISBN

9781905837564

Dimensions

215mm (H) x 140mm (W) x 400g

Reviews:
The Glory of Iqbal 1877-1938

"Great way to teach the young adults"

2019-09-15 05:25:23

This is a great way to teach the young adults a creative way for better understanding of the many incidences highlighted in the Quran. Must have it.

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"This book is great for new Muslim"

2019-09-13 05:24:41

Jazakallah Khair! This book is great for new Muslim who love to understand the Quran. It's simple & detailed better than any other reading material I have ever seen. Really it's an all in one type of book as far as the basics of Islam go.

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"Definitely a good adventours read!"

2019-09-11 05:23:55

I was fascinated how the author with his imagination and with the context of the suroundings described how the animals were seeing/viewing things. I’m sure this is the first time something like this has been done. Definitely a good adventours read!

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