The Qur'an is a collection of loving letters sent from God to humanity. The Prophet Noah would plead with his people, saying “I am delivering my Lord’s messages to you” [Qur'an 7:62].
The Heart of The Qur'an is a well-researched commentary on Surah Yasin. It is written in simple English and is complete with diagrams and illustrations to create an engaging read.

The commentary is profound and inspiring, it masterfully highlights the nuances of the Qur'ān’s language and repeatedly draws the reader’s attention towards practical changes they can make in their lives.

With the current contradictory climate of increasing secularization and the rise of fundamentalism across the world, there is no better time to search for fresh insight and guidance from the Qur'an.

Though Surat Yā-Sīn is a chapter often recited, memorized, and held in special regard by Muslims the world-over, how many are aware of its meaning, appreciative of its message, and have derived spiritual and intellectual guidance from it? 

The Messenger of Allāh said, “Allāh has a special group of people among mankind.” People began to ask: “O Messenger of Allāh, who are they?” He said: ‘It is the people of the Qur’ān, they are His special people and those who are closest to Him.” 

Asim Khan
Asim Khan is currently the Imam of Redbridge Islamic centre, Instructor for the Sabeel institute and a writer for Islam21c. He has, from an early age, excelled in academic studies and has gained a Masters in Pharmacy from UCL, as well as studying Arabic and Qur'anic Sciences in Cairo, with a special interest in Tafsir studies.