Decoding the past. Secrets of the Koran / produced by Towers Productions for the History Channel. .
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- ISBN: 0767090683
- Physical Description: 1 videodisc (1 hr. 31 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
- Edition: Standard format (aspect ratio 4 x 3)
- Publisher: New York : A&E Television Networks ; distributed by New Video, 
- Copyright: ©2006
|General Note:|| Originally produced for television in 2006.
Special features : "Muhammed" Episode from A&E's Award Winning "Biography" series ; interactive menus ; scene selection.
|Summary, etc.:|| SUMMARY : The Koran is an ancient tome that has been followed by Muslims for thousands of years. This History Channel presentation casts some Western eyes over the book and helps viewers to decipher some of the important passages of the text contained within. The program draws on the wise words of a number of people well versed in the ways of Islam, leading to some fascinating insights on what the Koran means and why it has proved to be so influential.
|Language Note:|| English dialogue.
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