Muhammad Muhsin Khan

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Muhammad Muhsin Khan (Arabic, Pashto, Urdū: محمد محسن خان), born 1345 AH / 1927 CE,[1] is a contemporary Islamic doctor and author of Pashtun origin, most notable for his English translations of Sahih al-Bukhari and the Qur'an, entitled The Noble Qur'an, which he completed along with Muhammad Taqi-ud-Din al-Hilali.

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Muhammad Muhsin Khan, son of Muhi-ud-Din bin Ahmad Al-Essa Al-Khoashki Al-Jamandi Al-Afghani, was born in 1927 (1345 Islamic calendar) in Kasur, British India, now located in the Punjab Province of Pakistan.

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  1. ^ DM Nassimi, A Thematic Comparative review of some of the English translations of the Qur'an, p 83.
  2. ^ [1], http://simpleislam.com/Confirm.asp?id=17
  3. ^ Understanding Ramadan

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