Al-Furqan Islamic Heritage Foundation

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Al-Furqan Islamic Heritage Foundation "was established in London in 1988 by the Yamani Cultural and Charitable Foundation. It is housed in a historic Jacobean manor: Eagle House.

"The Foundation aims to document and preserve the Islamic written heritage. It pursues this aim principally through its work in surveying, cataloguing, editing and publishing Islamic manuscripts." [1]


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International Advisory Council

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Board of Experts

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  1. Introduction, Al-Furqan Islamic Heritage Foundation, accessed August 30, 2007.