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We invite you to read the Quran, and learn about Islam for yourself. The Arabic Quran was revealed over 1400 years ago. Many ancient copies of the Quran still exist in museums today(1)(2).

As Muslims we feel very blessed to have copies of the original text of our holy scripture, which was revealed in a language, Arabic, that is still in common daily use throughout the world. We invite you to read an English translation of this text, with open mind and heart.

Click here to submit your request for a free copy of the Holy Quran.

Effective 6/30/2010, we regret that due to limited resources we will have an extended delay in replying to new requests for Free Qurans. Any requests we have received and confirmed up to this point we will be able to fulfill, insha Allah. We apologize for this delay.

Another site that offers free Qurans is whyislam.org.

The Quran that we send is a soft-cover, standard English translation by Yusuf Ali of the meaning of the Quran, published by Goodword Books. There is no Arabic text. Included with the Quran is an introductory packet about Islam. Please note that we only ship to addresses within the United States.


Description of the Quran from the publisher:

The Quran is a book of divine warning —
a combination of lessons and admonitions.
It stresses the importance of man’s
discovery of truth at the level of realization.

Every book has its objective and the objective of the Quran is to make man aware of the Creation plan of God. That is, to tell man why God created this world; what the purpose is of settling man on earth; what is required from man in his pre-death life span, and what he is going to confront after death.

Man is born as an eternal creature. When God created man as such, He divided his life span into two periods, the pre-death period, which is a time of trial, and the post-death period, which is the time for receiving the rewards or punishment merited by one’s actions during one’s lifetime.

The purpose of the Quran is to make man aware of this reality. This is the theme of this divine Book, which serves to guide man through his entire journey through life into the after-life.

  1. MRLLGOODEJR
    April 14, 2008 at 6:39 pm | #1

    I heard that the Quran is 99% pure

  2. April 23, 2008 at 11:24 am | #2

    We agree almost 100% with you. In fact, we believe that 99% + 1% is pure = the Quran is 100% pure!

    If you can tell us where is the 1% that you’ve heard doubts about, we would be happy to try to clarify those sections with you.

  3. June 10, 2008 at 1:49 pm | #3

    thank you

  4. Ellen L. Smallwood
    June 10, 2008 at 2:49 pm | #4

    I was at one time engaged to a muslim man… I feel it is critically important to acknowledge the faith traditions of others, and to that end, becoming acquainted with Islam is what I would do for my lost love.

    • Learning
      August 26, 2009 at 11:06 am | #5

      Ellen L. Smallwood come to ISLAM for ALLAH not because of your lost love. Your lost love should be a born again love for your CREATOR. Once you accompolish this watch ALLAH’s power, if it is meant for that person to be with you then they will if not……but peace and blessings to that person that atleast showed you the way of righteous path towards ALLAH.

  5. Nader Ghazaleh
    June 28, 2008 at 1:10 pm | #6

    Thank you for sending a free Quran

  6. philip fernandes
    September 8, 2008 at 7:23 am | #7

    i am anew muslim and i would like to have Quran both in arabic and english translation….. also i would like to change my name from philip to Faisal Al Rashid…. please advice me….

    also i would like to be like an arab is it possible…. awaiting ur reply as soon as possible

    kind regards

    philip

    • Abdul-Rashid Mahama
      March 5, 2010 at 4:54 am | #8

      IT IS GOOD AND BOLD STEP YOU HAVE TAKEN. I WILL ADVICE YOU TO GO AHEAD TO CHANGE YOUR NAME TO DISTINGUISH YOU FROM OTHERS. I MEAN THIS WILL IDENTIFY YOU AS A MUSLIM AND NOT A CHRISTIAN.

  7. September 18, 2008 at 10:08 am | #9

    Our new Muslim brother, we say “asalaamu alaikum”, and welcome to Islam!

    Embracing Islam means that you have started a new life, with a clean slate. All your past sins and mistakes are forgiven by Allah, the Ever-Forgiving, the Most Merciful.

    Regarding your requests, if you live within the US we can mail you a Quran. Please email your US mailing address. If you live in the UK, then please contact one of the many masjids in the UK, and insha’Allah they will be able to provide you with materials.

    There are several links on our website as well which provide a lot of authentic information about Islam. Scroll down and look on the right-hand side, you will see several links.

    If you would like to change your name, that is normally a matter that you handle through the courts in your area. Islamically, it is not required to change your name unless your original name has an unpleasant or un-Islamic meaning. In your case we do not believe that any of these conditions exist, so you may keep your original name, “Philip”, or change it, as you wish.

    If you change your name, it is preferable to keep your family name, unless it has some negative meaning. So for example in your case as your original name is “Philip Fernandes”, then you could change it to “Faisal al-Rashid Fernandes”. This is because Islam respects family relations, and to keep the lineage clear.

    We encourage you to learn Arabic, as this will help you better understand the Qur’an. Alhamdulillah, Allah (subhanahu wa ta’ala) in His Wisdom has made us from all background and ethnicities. The best thing for you to do is to learn as much as you can about Islam, and then teach those around you and share the message of Islam with your friends, family and neighbors. Instead of trying to become someone else, be who you are, study the Quran and Sunnah, and strive to develop your character to follow the example of the Prophet (sallallahu alayhi wa sallam) as much as you can.

    Once again, we congratulate you and extend to you our warmest welcome!

    • July 2, 2010 at 3:52 pm | #10

      Mashallah may Allah Forgive your sins And may try to forgive the people who now follow Allah’s rules

      Asalamualakum please make to du’aa for me becaus eon suday the 4th i am going to a Madrassa interview.
      Jazakallah

      • July 5, 2010 at 9:32 am | #11

        Walaykum salam wa rahmatullah,

        May Allah forgive us all. Ameen. And may Allah give you and all of us the best in this world and the here after. And may Allah increase you in beneficial knowledge. Ameen.

  8. Lisa
    October 14, 2008 at 8:24 pm | #12

    Hi. I am a new muslim and would like to converse with other muslim women. Are there any groups out there for muslim women?

    • sittie alida jamal
      November 6, 2009 at 6:43 am | #13

      assalamu alaikom,,,
      i am also finding some groups or organizations for muslim women.
      if you can find some..please do inform me..

    • March 2, 2010 at 5:56 pm | #14

      I am a muslim and I am looking for people to converse with too. I will be happy to converse with you.

  9. khalid
    October 21, 2008 at 2:11 pm | #16

    i just became a muslim and i really wont to become a strong muslim,so pls help me in any way to achieve that goal .ALLAH AKBAR

    • sittie alida jamal
      November 6, 2009 at 6:47 am | #17

      assalamu alaikom…if you really want to become a strong muslim, it only depends on your sincerity to learn. you can read the QUR AN during your free time and you can join in any muslim organizations..just don’t forget to ask for guidance from ALLAH and surely God will help you..always pray five times a day.

  10. December 11, 2008 at 4:55 pm | #18

    pls sir send me some of your holy Quran so that i can learn more about Allah and is only prophet of Islam. please sir send it to the following address:

    Holy trinity school complex
    p.o.box509
    Ashaiman
    Ghana
    west Africa
    002333
    thanks

    • December 12, 2008 at 12:17 pm | #19

      Asalamu alaikum, we are only able to to ship to addresses within the United States. However we are trying to find organizations in other countries to help fulfill requests such as yours. If anyone knows of an organization in Ghana that could reply to this person’s request, or if anyone is traveling to Ghana and could bring a few materials to this school, please let us know. Jazaakumullahu khayran. – Learn About Islam team

  11. May 15, 2009 at 8:55 am | #20

    Assalamu alaikkum,im a young muslim brother from africa-ghana i have a friend who is non-muslim i try to convert him to muslim since 2000 but today by the grace of almighty God he is now a muslim so we need translation and transliteration he want to learn quran i hope u will help us i end here May God Bless u..

  12. Patrick Fielding
    July 1, 2009 at 2:25 am | #21

    Hello, I have heard of the Quran from my father. It seems to have all the answers I couldn’t find in any other religion, and I would like to fully-indulge myself into Islam. I would like the following:

    A Quran so I may study it,
    Is my name unpure to Islam,
    If my previous sins will be cleared?

    If ANYONE can answer, I would love to know.

    • July 14, 2009 at 11:10 am | #22

      Greetings of peace,
      Please submit a Free Quran request with your phone number so we can call to confirm, and we will send you a Quran.

      Regarding your name, when we checked the meaning of “Patrick” online we saw that it has a positive meaning, so it is not necessary to change it upon becoming Muslim. As long as one’s name does not have a negative meaning, or have a meaning that is contrary to Islam, then it is fine to keep one’s given name. If a person does decide to change his/her name, then s/he should only change the first name and not the last name, in order to maintain one’s family ties and lineage.

      When one becomes Muslim, all previous sins are erased, and it is as though one has a clean slate. This is one of the many examples of God’s love for and mercy towards us.

      - Learn About Islam

  13. Kieron Patrick Williams
    August 12, 2009 at 11:37 am | #23

    Will be seeking to change my last name at some point in the future would like information on how to go about choosing one. Thank you.

    • August 17, 2009 at 11:20 am | #24

      Assalaamu alaikum,

      Choosing a name is a very personal matter. A name can affect one’s character and outlook on life. This is why it’s recommended in Islam to change one’s first name if it has a meaning which is contrary to Islam.

      A name also indicates one’s family relationship. For this reason, it is generally preferred to keep one’s original last name, in order to maintain the family connection. However, if one does not know the family name of his or her birth parents, as is common in the case of adoption, then it is fine to change one’s last name for another.

      Many people who want to reflect their Islamic beliefs through their name choose to say that they are a servant of God, or they choose the name of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings upon him) or one of his companions.

      Examples:
      “Abdullah” = servant of Allah (glory to Him the Most High)
      “Abdus-Samad” = servant of The Eternal
      “Abdus-Salaam” = servant of The Source of Peace
      “Umar” = a companion of Muhammad (peace and blessings upon him)
      “Abu Bakr” = a companion of Muhammad (peace and blessings upon him)

      These are a few examples; there are many possibilities. Referring to a book on the names and attributes of Allah (glory to Him the Most High), or one on the companions of the Prophet (peace and blessings upon him), might also help.

      Wassalaamu alaikum.

  14. Melissa
    August 15, 2009 at 7:27 pm | #25

    What is the difference between muslim and moslem?

    • August 17, 2009 at 10:00 am | #26

      It is a spelling difference. The currently preferred spelling in the US is “Muslim”. Both are attempts to write a word which is originally written in Arabic, which uses a different alphabet. When people who do not know Arabic read “Muslim”, it more closely matches the correct pronunciation.

  15. yussif abdulai
    September 30, 2009 at 7:38 am | #27

    muslims brothers
    i am happy to write you this letter?how are you and your company workers i hope by the grace of Allah you are fine.please brothers i have a problem and i want you to solve some for me.please i have build a school and i want you send me some of your quran and some books of Allah and and books of prophet for me to give it to the children please here is my school address

    NAJAHIYA ISLAMIC SCHOOL
    YUSSIF ABDULLAH SAEED
    P.O.BOXFN69,KUMASI
    GHANA-WEST AFRI

  16. JOSHAUA SENYO
    October 30, 2009 at 4:32 am | #28

    hi my name is Joshuah senyo from Ghana and most of my friends preach me about mo-hammed and the history about Muslim and i find i very great and good benefit from it that can help me so i told one of the Muslim i will worship them so let them show me the practice of doing ablution before praying so now i believed in the worship of Islamic and i am so very interest of it that can make me so great in my family so please i want to request one of the holy Q’uran so that i can learn more thing and please any history books and i will stop Christianity to join the Muslim after receiving the holy Q’uran and thanks u very mach this is all my message and please if u are about to send me the items this my address
    ADDRESS:MOUNT ZION ASSEMBLIES OF YAHWEH
    ADDRESS:P.O BOX AS 973
    CITY ASHAIMAN
    STATE WEST AFRICA
    COUNTRY GHANA
    00233
    MY NAME IS JOSHUA SENYO
    THANKS YOU VERY MACH .
    PLEASE I AM INTEREST OF IT SERIOUSLY TRY TO HELP

    • March 2, 2010 at 5:52 pm | #29

      Have you received the Quran you requested?

  17. October 30, 2009 at 12:00 pm | #30

    in the name of allah the most gracious and the most merciful.
    INSTITUTE OF UMUL QURAH FOR THE MEMORIZATION OF THE HOLY QURAN
    P.O.BOX AS 186, ASAWASI-KUMASI
    GHANA-WESTAFRICA.
    DEAR BROTHERS IN ISLAM,
    APPLICATION FOR ISLAMIC BOOKS AND HOLY QURAN
    assalamu alaikum warahmatullahi wabarkatuh,
    we are happy to write to u this letter, how are u doing as well as
    your work in sreading islam, i hope everything is moving on well for you,we are thankful and prayerful for your success in preading islam.
    we are an islamic institution who memorize as the holy prophet do
    we thank part in a compation in the month of ramadan, so our dear
    brothers and sisters we are in need of holy quran as many as u can send, we hope by allah willing you will be able send it to us
    and we wil be very happy if you can also send islamic books.
    wassalam alaikum.
    yours sincerely,
    ahmad shatir

    • November 16, 2009 at 2:34 pm | #31

      Walaikum salaam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh, we appreciate your dua, and may Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala accept from us and from you, all of our deeds in Ramadan. We apologize, but due to our limited funds we are only able to send Qurans to addresses within the United States. There are many good websites online where one can listen to and read the Quran: see our links on the side of the site for some of these sites. We also suggest contacting a masjid in your country; insha Allah they can provide you with a Quran.

  18. siyyie alida jamal
    November 6, 2009 at 6:39 am | #32

    assalamu alaikom..
    this is my first time to view this website..
    and i was really touched reading those written above about people that were converted to islam.may i ask if i can also have a copy of QUR AN?
    I LIVE here in phillipines, specifically here in (address deleted for privacy) davao city.

    • November 16, 2009 at 2:32 pm | #33

      Walaikum salaam, we appreciate your visit and feedback. We apologize, but due to our limited funds we are only able to send Qurans to addresses within the United States. There are many good websites online where one can listen to and read the Quran: see our links on the side of the site for some of these sites. We also suggest contacting a masjid in your country; insha Allah they can provide you with a Quran. Wassalaamu alaikum.

  19. November 14, 2009 at 8:52 am | #34

    FREE QURAN, please will u send me AHOLY QURAN for my students.
    so please i will be happy i u send it to me.
    HAPPY IDR ADDARH
    SALAAMU ALIEKUM
    INSHA ALLAHU

    • November 16, 2009 at 2:25 pm | #35

      Walaikum salaam, if our funds permitted, we would be happy to send a Quran to all those who contact us from other countries. However, at this time we must limit our shipments to addresses within the United States. We apologize for our limitations. There are many good websites online where one can listen to and read the Quran: see our links on the side of the site for some of these sites. We also suggest contacting a masjid in your country; insha Allah they can provide you with a Quran.

  20. November 18, 2009 at 1:48 pm | #36

    we are also providing free Qurans all over Pakistan.

  21. Sam
    November 20, 2009 at 7:43 pm | #38

    I’d like to have several copies of the english translation, we always meet those curious and willing to leaarn

    • November 21, 2009 at 9:01 am | #39

      Please send your request via the request form on the Free Quran page, along with your full name, mailing address, and the number of Qurans you would like to have. We send a single copy at no charge, and for multiple copies we normally ask people to help cover our shipping costs.

  22. Yasir Ameen
    November 27, 2009 at 7:29 am | #40

    Quran is the purest book in this world…there are no other books like quran.please send me a copy of Holy Quran.

  23. John
    November 30, 2009 at 12:38 pm | #41

    I am a non-muslim
    I don’t know if I am on the right path, or not.
    Sometimes I feel guided towards Islam, but possibly due to the media I feel confused about Islams message.
    Could anyone offer any help on this matter.
    (I live in the UK)

    • December 1, 2009 at 2:05 pm | #42

      We can do our best to help. Please let us know where to start.

    • March 2, 2010 at 5:45 pm | #43

      As salamu Alaika Mr.John.

      I have seen your message and I want to say that there is nothing to fear about Islam. Every body give it the meaning he/she wants but the truth is only in the purest book “Al Quran”. Don`t be scared by the media becaue they tell whatever they want. There are people that are against the religion and some others are using it to get what they want. All this is up to our lord and creator Allah (God) to judge.
      So I suggest that you focus on the teaching of the Quran and read hadiths as well. They are very useful.
      If you are thinking about it, I would say your lord wants you on the right path for your something that he thinks special you have, that is the search of the truth. It is not giving to everybody to do so because it is said in the Quran “Allah guides whom he wills” (28:56 meaning surate 28, verse 56 in the Quran). You see you are among the lucky ones and may Allah guides you more.
      So, you are on the right path and don`t give it up.
      I hope this helps and if you need any more guidance I will be happy to guide you. I am not perfect, I am still learning also.

      Good luck,

      Ma as salam.

  24. December 24, 2009 at 4:43 am | #44

    yes Quran is the purest book in this world. thank you

  25. January 6, 2010 at 5:24 am | #45

    i am muslim, QURAN-I KERIM book is the largest. thank you

  26. rebecca
    January 8, 2010 at 8:36 am | #46

    Hello, I am a white british girl, I live in england and I have been reading up about Islam and sections from the Quran and i have watched many clips online from muslims teaching others about the muslim way of life and beliefs and i have taken a great interest in them. I was looking for advice on converting to the muslim faith and would happily take any tips on how to be a good muslim. thank you, hope to hear from you soon. :)

  27. Johnathan Evans
    March 5, 2010 at 11:35 pm | #49

    I am currently learning Islam and I have taught myslef all of the basics. I am ready too take my Shahada but, I do not know the correct way of contacting an Imam and visiting a Masjid. How should I go about doing that??

    • muhammad
      May 1, 2010 at 7:48 am | #50

      i am very to read ur comments congraulation to learing islam i am ready to preach quran

  28. Johnathan Evans
    March 5, 2010 at 11:57 pm | #51

    this is a great site i am appreciative of it!

  29. Amani
    April 8, 2010 at 4:36 am | #53

    This is a great site I agree with Johnathan. I’m christian my best friend is muslim and I’m always fascinated when he talks about islam. The knowlege…it all just blows me away. I’m older now. 30 to be exact and I’m not switching religions today but I’d like to be aware and I love how this site is so welcoming and open to questions, advice, and some since of direction. Thanks

    • April 14, 2010 at 10:07 am | #54

      Thanks for your friendly comment, we appreciate the feedback! Feel free anytime to write us with your questions, and we will do our best to answer them. We encourage everyone to ask their questions about Islam – we try our best to be a welcoming place for people to explore and learn.

  30. saugra ara
    May 27, 2010 at 11:30 pm | #55

    Assalmoalaikum i would like to tell that i did not get most of the time accurate knowledge of islam on google i felt sometimes its not correct as it should have been, so i suggest to download a right information, and if somebody ask for any help it’s better to tell them from which part of QURAN they can get the right information. We should be more careful while we specially deliver the knowledge of islam..Let Allah help us to give and take the right information…

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