Book review: If the Oceans Were Ink: An Unlikely Friendship and a Journey to the Heart of the Quran

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  1. Javid says:

    To add to the above… I read this book based on recommendation from a brother and it was so well written that it was hard to put it down.

    Having studied with Shaykh AKRAM, this book really describes the shaykh’s life and is a very good insight into how the scholars really live Islam.

    I would really recommend this book to everyone because it gives a very good insight into Islam ranging from topics such as women’s rights to politics in Islam. And these are core topics that always find themselves in the news.

    I found that one of my non-Muslim colleague was asking a lot of the questions, of which most are very well covered in this book and so I gave my non-Muslim friend a copy of this book aswell. And having read through just a few pages he has a much better appreciation of Islam.

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