5 Jul 08
I have been reading it since my childhood though Arabic is not my mother tongue.I just learned how to read/recite it without knowing the meanings.At the age of 15-16 years I decided to read it with meanings.It was a big change in my life.I came to know that Monotheism is the biggest virtue and polytheism is the biggest sin.Previously I used to go to graves and pray for me.I stopped all these polytheistic activities due to study of this holy book.I believe this book can bring a big moral and spiritual revolution in this world.It is a live miracle because there are thousands of Muslims who have memorized this big book by heart.In fact God Almighty has made this book easier to read,understand and memorize..........
5 Jul 08
I have read it, or at least a translated version since unfortunately I can't read arabic which would be helpful and would help me to make better sense of what I read. I have also read the Bible and the Thora. I find that in many things they are similar. I also find that those three books, that I consider more as guides and a good view of what life was in those times, tend to be more geared toward what was important then, what was needed then , than to what life is now and what needs exist now. SOme things don't fully extend to today's reality, but we can still learn from them. Mainly reading the Quran brings a soothing feeling, but so do the other two Books I mentioned.
7 Sep 08
I have read. Not arabic ones, but the translations of those scholars whom muslims the world over standby as genuine transaltion of quran. Not my kind of thoughts. I feel I am much superior in my thoughts or ideas than quran or its author(s). My understanding of who, what god is much higher and eternal than quran. I come from a different background.