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1/ Abdul Ghaffar, Suhaib Hasan, Criticism of Hadith Among Muslims With Reference to Sunan ibn Maja, 1986, Al-Qur'an Society.

2/ Al-Albani, Sh., The Hadith is Proof Itself in Beliefs and Laws, 1995, The Daar of Islam Heritage.

3/ Al-Albanee, Sh. M. Naasir ud-Deen, The Knowledge Of Current Affairs, 1994, 
Al-Hidaayah Publishing and Distribution.

4/ Al-Askari, Allamah Murtaza, A Probe Into the History of Hadith, 1990, Islamic Education Society.

5/ Ad-Dani, Al-Muqni, ed. O. Pretzl, 1932, Leipzig.

6/ Al-Fazaan, Sheikh Saalih', Innovation, and Its Evil Effects, 1994, The Daar Of Islamic Heritage.

7/ Asad, M., Islam At The Crossroads, 1975, Arafat Publications, Lahore.

8/ Azami, Habib-Ur Rahman, The Sunnah in Islam, no date, UK Islamic Foundation.

9/ Bin Baz, Abdul Aziz Bin Abdullah, Indispensible implication of SUNNAH and caution against INNOVATION, 1995, Maktaba Dar-us-Salam.

10/ Brockett, Adrian, Studies in two transmissions of the Qur'an, Ph.D. thesis (St Andrews University, Scotland, 1984).

11/ Brockett, A., The Value of the Hafs and Wars transmissions for the Textual History of the Qur'an, article; from Approaches to the History of the Interpretation of the Qur'an, ed. Rippin, 1988, Clarendon Press, p. 35ff; ISBN 0-19-826546-8, 

12/ Bukhari, Imam, Sahih Bukhari, trans. Dr. M. Muhsin Khan, 1987, Khitab Bhavan.

13/ Campbell, Dr. W., The Qur'an and the Bible in the light of history and science, 1986, Arab World Ministries.

14/ Deedat, A., Is The Bible God's Word?, 1987, Islamic Propagation Centre.

15/ Deedat, A., Crucifixion or Crucifiction?, 1987, Islamic Propagation Centre.

16/ Deedat, A., What Is His Name?, 1994, Islamic Propagation Centre.

17/ Doi, Dr. A. Rahman I., Shariah in the 1500 (sic) Century of Hijra Poblems and Prospects, 1982, Ta Ha Publications.

18/ Hamidullah, M., Orthographical Peculiarities in the text of the Qur'an; Islamic Order (Karachi), Vol. 3, no. 4, p. 72-86, 1981; copy obtained from Islamic Foudation UK, Leicester.

19/ Ibn al-Jazari, al-Nashr, ed. 'Ali Muhammad Dabba', Beirut; Dar al-Kutubs al-'Ilmiyah (198?)

20/ Ibn Ishaq, M., The Life Of Muhammad, trans. A. Guillaume, 1995, Oxford U. Press.

21/ Ibn Muhammad, Sayf ad-Din Ahmed, Al-Albani Unveiled, 3rd Edition, 1994.

22/ Ibn Khaldun, The Muqaddimah, trans. Franz Rosenthal.

23/ Maududi, A., The Evidence of Truth, 1978, Islamic Publications Ltd., Lahore.

24/ Maududi, A., Towards Understanding Islam, 1993, Markazi Muktaba Islami.

25/ Murad, Khurram, Shari'ah The Way To God, Islamic Foundation, 1981

26/ Muslim, Imam, Sahih Muslim, trans. Saddiqi, 1990, Sh. M. Ashraf.

27/ Salamah, Dr. Ahmad Abdullah, The Sunni Shi'a Perspective on the Holy Qur'an, 1992, abul-Qasim Publishing House, Jeddah.

28/ Nehls, G., Islam As It Sees Itself, As It Sees Others, As Others See It, 1990.

29/ Omar, Dr. Kamal, Deep into The Qur'an, 1992, Noor Publications, Lahore

30/ Philips, Bilal, 'THE QUR'AN'S NUMERICAL MIRACLE : 19' HOAX AND HERESY, 1987, Abul-Qasim Bookstore, Jeddah.

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31/ Rizvi, Allamah, Qur'an and Hadith, 1975, Bilal Muslim Mission.

32/ Salmon, Introduction to the New Testament, 1892.

33/ Surty, Ibrahim, Qur'anic Arabic, 1993, Quranic Arabic Foundation.

34/ Tabrisi, Sheikh Wali-ud-Din Muhammad b. 'Abdullah, Mishkat-ul-Masabih (as Edited by M. Nasir-ud-Din Al-Bani, 1961); Translated by Abdul Hameed Saddiqui, Ist Edition, July 1976, Islamic Publications Ltd.

35/ Von Denffer, A., ULUM AL-QUR'AN, 1989, Islamic Foundation UK.

36/ Wace and Piercy, Ed., Dictionary of Christian Biography.

All other discussion pertains directly to the content of the Arabic texts of the Qur'an, as are mostly freely available among the followers of Islam. These include:

1/ Turkish version, Arabic only, printed 1909 in Egypt.

2/ The Royal Cairo Edition ('Egyptian text'), Arabic only - 1952 reprint of the 1924 text.

3/ Taj texts: #23 printed at Karachi 1984, Arabic only; #119A, Arabic only.

4/ The Holy Qur'an Transliteration in Roman Script, 1988, Idara Isha'at-E-Diniyat (P) Ltd., New Dehli; with Indian Arabic text.

5/ Warsh Texts - (a) 1964 printed in Egypt for distribution in Syria and Lebanon; Arabic only; al-Azhar permit 15-1. 
                        - (b) different printing of same text as above; obtained in Morocco; Arabic only; al-Azhar permit 15-1. 

6/ Iranian (Isfahani) text, Arabic only; no date, Islamic Education center, MD, USA. Purchased  from a Shia'a distributor in UK.

7/ The Glorious Koran, M. Pickthall translation paralleled with 1924 (slightly Indianised) Egyptian Edition; reprint of the 1938 Hyderabad publication; George Allen and Unwin.

8/ The Noble Qur'an, A. Yusuf Ali translation with Arabic text, 1985, Dar-us-Salam 

9/ The Mushaf al-Madinah An-Nabawiyah, 1990, King Fahd Holy Qur'an Printing Complex; Yusuf Ali translation with 1985 Edition of the so-called Mushaf al-Madinah Arabic text.
10/ The Meaning of the Holy Qur'an, A. Yusuf Ali translation with the Mushaf Al-Madinah Arabic text, 1995, Amana Corporation.

11/ The Holy Qur'an, A. Yusuf Ali translation with Arabic text, 1975, Islamic Foundation.

12/ The Holy Qur'an, trans. A. Yusuf Ali with Arabic text, 1983, Amana Corporation.

13/ Qurani Takatifu, Swahili translation of Sh. Abdullah Saleh A-Farsy, with Arabic text [a  hybrid of the #23 and 119A Taj texts from Karachi], 1974, Islamic Foundation, Kenya.

14/ The Holy Qur'an, trans. A. Yusuf Ali, 1993, Islamic Propagation Centre, using a Taj Arabic text from Karachi.

15/ The Holy Qur'an, Arabic/English, Maulana Muhammad Ali, 1991, Amadiyyah Anjuman [Lahore Branch of Amadiyyah].

16/ Holy Qur'an, Translation of the Qur'an-e-Majid, trans. M. Shakir, with Arabic text, no date, Ansariyan Publication, Iran. Courtesy of the Iranian Embassy, London.

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