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The Influence of the Qur’an on Western
 Literature

10 December 2013 General 4 Comments Email This Post Email This Post

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Robert Irwin is a widely-published author of both fiction and non-fiction works on the Arab world. He taught Medieval History at the University of St. Andrews and also lectured on Arabic and Middle Eastern History at the universities of London, Cambridge and Oxford.

The conference during which the lecture took place last year was titled ”Translating the Qur’an” and was organized by Charles Burnett, Alastair Hamilton, and Jan Loop.

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  3. JazakAllahKhairan Americans Against Islamophobia nice read I will watch the video latter InshAllah.. He sounds very well educated MashAllah .. Salam / Peace to everyone

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