The Integrated Encyclopedia of the Qur'an (IEQ)
BP 133 .I325 2013 Central Reference, Volume 1 of 7
"The Integrated Encyclopedia of the Qurʾān (IEQ) draws on a wide range of traditional Muslim sources, including exegeses, Hadith collections and commentaries, classical lexicons, biographical dictionaries, universal histories, works of jurisprudence, Prophetic biographies, and treatises on spiritual and moral psychology — some of which have never before been presented in any encyclopedic work in a Western language." [Publisher: Center for Islamic Sciences]
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