Islam International Publications is a global company that has been publishing books on Islam for more than a hundred years. Its first press was established in India more than a century ago. And now its printing presses span 198 countries across the globe.
With a heritage stretching back nearly 125 years, Islam International Publications (IIP) is one of the world’s foremost multi-language publishers, offering the best-quality and credible content right across the religious spectrum, from enduring theological thought-provoking debate to cutting-edge contemporary issues which includes Islamic and other religious viewpoints.
The pride of place of its publications goes to its work on the Holy Qur’an. IIP publishes the Holy Qur’an in its original Arabic- but for those unfamiliar with the Arabic language, it also prints translations of the Holy Qur’an into 74 different languages. …in addition to Braille!
Its commentaries of the Holy Qur’an are renowned and its five volume commentary is a unique master piece and an excellent exegesis of the Holy Qur’an.
It has set the standard by which all future commentaries ought to be judged and is an invaluable source of information for any serious and discerning student of Islam and religion.
IIP publishes a wide range of books covering a variety of subjects ranging from global warming to mercy killing and terrorism to the global economic crisis – you name it we’ve got it.
Its book Murder in the Name of Allah for example explores the subject of religious extremism and examines the root of key arguments used by Jihadi groups to wage war in the name of Islam.
Islam’s Response to Contemporary Issues analyses a range of modern challenges to consider how they can be resolved within the context of Islam.
IIP’s authors are accomplished writers with a thorough understanding of their respective subjects.
The books shed light on many a complex issue giving it a clarity that may have eluded others before them. No serious student wishing to examine the teachings of Islam can complete their quest without referring to a book produced by the IIP.