As well as providing “explanations of the Holy verses.” “Islamic association seeks to teach Americans about the Quran,” from the Yemen Observer, January 31:
An Islamic Association in Oklahoma has presented an impressive idea for non-Muslims in America to learn more about the faith.
The organization began in 2003 after the unfortunate treatment by American soldiers of the Holy Koran in the Guantanamo Bay prison facility.
The association decided to teach Americans about Islam and Muslims, and they recently decided to print the Holy Quran in English.
Almost sounds as if there are no English translations of the Quran. There are, of course; this one, however, appears to be written with an infidel audience in mind:
This English language version will come with explanations of the Holy verses, an introduction to Islam, the fundamental of Islam, and how to deal with Islam. This idea has yielded considerable success, and the organization has raised a lot of contributions from Muslims and non-Muslim Americans. The organization has said they have received many requests from non-Muslim Americans for a copy of the Holy Quran.