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21 January 2022 / 17. Jamaad-Ul-Akhar 1443

The World Federation launches new book: The Story of Nabi Yusuf

The World Federation is pleased to announce its latest publication: The Story of Nabi Yusuf, written by Shaykh Ali Azhar Arastu. The author is originally from USA, and has been studying in Qum for the past 11 years.

The book is a wonderful description of the story of Nabi Yusuf, and all of the different life-lessons we can learn from it. It has been compiled using a selection of renowned commentaries including Tafseer al-Mizan by Allama Tabatabai, Tafseer-e Namoona by Ayatullah Makarim Shirazi, Tafseer-e Nur by Shaykh Mohsin Qara’ati, and Manshoor-e Javeed by Ayatullah Subhani, plus others.

The book has been written in a very easy-to-read format, and brings forth intriguing insights and reflections upon the various verses. It is a must-have book and brings what the Qur’an calls ‘the best of stories’ to easy-reach for the reader.

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The book is available from The World Federation and costs only £6 plus P&P. 

To order a copy please visit the WF online bookshop www.wfshop.org or email[email protected]  or call +44 (0) 208 954 9881


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