“What is the best translation of the Qur’an?”

“The best translation of Qur’an is you!” —Imam Suhaib Webb

Let your actions translate the Qur’an.

3 thoughts on ““What is the best translation of the Qur’an?”

  1. Anne Myers

    Imam Suhaib is awesome, Masha’Allah. He’s actually the new imam at my masjid, and Subhanallah he has done some great things so far, especially in regards to making converts and women feel welcome and a full part of the community. May Allah preserve him and grant him the best in this life and the Hereafter, Ameen!

    I attend his halaqas that he gives every Friday, and one of the first topics he talked about was the need to make the Qur’an relevant to our times by using modern language and meanings to grasp what it is saying. Subhanallah, this really blew my mind, the fact that the Qur’an can be made more accessible without compromising any of its beauty and power.

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