Reading the Koran through the lens of time


A Christian risks upsetting the millenary order of Islam: Professor of Islamic law at Lausanne University, Sami Awad Aldeeb Abu-Sahlieh has set the Koran in chronological instead of descending order (from the longest to the shortest chapter) as for the official version wished by the third Ottoman caliph mid 7th century.

A Christian risks upsetting the millenary order of Islam: Professor of Islamic law at Lausanne University, Sami Awad Aldeeb Abu-Sahlieh has set the Koran in chronological instead of descending order (from the longest to the shortest chapter) as for the official version wished by the third Ottoman caliph mid 7th century.

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