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Quran: In-Depth Analysis (English Book)
Islam: The Religion and The Constitution
Amid Haghighatjoo
May 11, 2011

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Due to the popular demand and encouragement from the Founder of IPC (Ahreeman X), I have finally decided to translate my Persian book (Quran: In-Depth Analysis) to English. The Persian version can provide a good source for study and analysis of the Quran for the Persian speaking community; however, the English version can be used as a source for the global community. My goal is to transform what I have discovered to you. I hope that both the Persian and the English versions will shed some light on this subject and possibly show you a different perspective. May the truth unveil …

Amid Haghighatjoo takes an in depth look at Quran and Islam to shed some lights.

Table of Contents

A Thorough Look at Quran - The Islamic Constitution
(Ta’amoqi dar Quran - Din-e Eslam va Asasname-ye An)

Table of Contents


Part 1: Allah’s Description; according to Quran

Chapter 1: Allah’s knowledge about the creation of Universe and Mankind
• Creation of Universe
• Creation of Mankind

Chapter 2: Fear of Allah
•The Verses with direct fear of Allah
• The nations who didn’t believe in Allah’s messengers and were destroyed by Allah
• Allah’s deceits and hatching plots
• Allah’s test and probation
• Allah owns everything and what happens is according to Allah’s wish
• Description of Infidels, disbelievers and sinners, in the Quran
• Description of “Hell” in the Quran
• Description of “Resurrection” in the Quran
• Identification of disbelievers, and believers on Dooms Day

Chapter 3: Allah’s Attributes or Dispositions
• Allah says “it shall be” and it will be!
• Allah swears
• Allah’s cursing or shouting slogans
• Allah’s sadism

Chapter 4: Allah is the Provider of our daily bread
• Sustainment, alms, loan, poor-rates, charity and welfare taxes

Part 2: Description of believers

Part 3: Description of “Heaven”

Part 4: Pillars of Islam

Chapter 1: First Pillar: Religion’s essential beliefs

Chapter 2: Second Pillar: Religion’s executive duties

Part 5: The value of human life and material belongings; according to the Quran

Part 6: The value of women according to the Quran

Part 7: Superstitions in Islam and the Quran

Part 8: Phony promises that never get fulfilled

Part 9: Equality of the messenger and Allah

Part 10: Each nation had a messenger of their own

Part 11: How Mohammed was received by his own people

Part 12: Holiness in Quran and Islam

Part 13: The “Allah“; that was created by Mohammed

Part 14: Logic in Quran

Part 15: Contradictions in the Quran

Part 16: Mohammed; A messenger or a .......

Part 17: Difference between the ”Fundamentalists” and ” Moderates”.

Part 18: Ifs

Islam offers you 2 choices: Quran or Sword?
Live by Quran or Die by the Sword!


I was born in a strict Muslim family. When I was six years old, I had learned to pray five times a day. By twelve, I was also fasting like adults. By nineteen when I was doing the educational course for compulsory Military duty, I had a prayer mat that I would take with me to a secluded area to pray.

One day in our afternoon break, while I was praying, I noticed that my thoughts are everywhere except with the God to whom I was praying. So I broke my prayer and started again concentrating on my prayers to God. Again it didn’t take more than a minute or two when I noticed that my thoughts are going astray.

Again I broke my prayer and started it; with a serious conscious decision to be attentive to what I was saying and think only of God. Again after a few minutes it happened and I again failed to concentrate my thoughts. Since I had tried three times already and was not successful, I thought; something must be wrong with the whole idea of praying. So I took my prayer mat and threw it into a garbage bin and that was my last attempt to pray.

Later-on, I learnt that if one knows something by heart, reciting it doesn’t need a conscious mind. Exactly like when you learn how to drive, you don’t need to think of driving at all. So it was with preying. After learning your prayers, it is impossible to think about God and what you are saying to him. Therefore the proverb, which says:” praying makes you closer to God” is totally unfounded.

Since I still thought I am a Muslim, it is my duty to read the Quran thoroughly and see for myself what a Muslim has to do and why must I pray five times a day?

But unfortunately I had to work hard to provide for my family and work more to facilitate a good education for my children, I had no time for studying the Quran the way I wanted.

Then I retired and after a few years of travelling and idling, what I had was time.

With the aim of answering a few questions about religions, such as:

• Is Quran in reality a “Holy Book“, dictated by God? Or Mohammed has written it himself; pretending to be his miracle as a prophet?

• Are the religions really God’s dictations? Or some people with their own agenda have created them?

• If the religions are God sent; are the dispositions of God; described in so called; ”Holy Books” true and realistic?

• And, if the religions are created by normal people, how can we be sure that the God exists?

There is a proverb in Muslim world, which says:

“Real Islam is different from what the people do” or “(Islam in its Essence is without flaws – the stigma lays in our Mohammedanism)”

• And to find out; if the stigma originates in Islam?

To answer these questions, I bought a few different Qurans, including an English version, which was translated by “T.B. Irving”. The described Chapters and Verses below; have been taken from the translation of Quran by T.B. Irving; first edition 1998; published by International Publishing Co.

The writer, who has studied many different Qurans and interpretations of Qurans by interpreters; who were dedicated to Islam, has been convinced that, interpreters with their vastly different views about a single Verse; not only have not helped to understand what Allah or Mohammed wanted to say, but created a lot of confusions for the scholars to understand the truth.

On the other hand, because Allah or Mohammed have expressed themselves with customary words, and interpreters also use; customary words to explain what God has said, it makes one think, that interpreters, have seen themselves above God or Mohammed, allowing themselves to explain what they ( Allah or Mohammed) haven’t been able to do.

Since God is “Almighty” and Mohammed has claimed to be; the “messenger of the God” then it is very illogical to accept; an interpreter is wiser than God or his messenger. This shows that, the interpreters have found lots of nonsense in the Quran and have tried to make them credible. To find the truth, we reflect on the Quran itself.

For answers, you are now ready to read the book “Quran: In-Depth Analysis - Islam: The Religion and The Constitution”:

Quran: In-Depth Analysis (English Version)

Quran: In-Depth Analysis (Persian Version)

Amid Haghighatjoo

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