Searchable Online Version Muhammad Taqi-ud-Din al-Hilali, Mā Waqaʿa fī l-Qurʾān bi Ghayr Lughat al-ʿArab ما وقع في القرآن بغير لغة العرب للهلالي

Muhammad Taqi-ud-Din al-Hilali (d. 1987 CE / 1407 AH) was a renowned Moroccan Islamic scholar fluent in English and German, best known for his English translation of the Quran (with Muhammad Muhsin Khan) titled The Noble Qur'an. The present item is a short paper by him regarding non-Arabic words used in the Quran, in which he seeks to correct misconceptions by previous scholars regarding the origins of certain words.
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