With his scientific translation of the Qur’an, Brother Bruno establishes beyond any doubt that the sources of the Qur’an are biblical. They are found in both the Old and the New Testaments.

Islam, therefore, is not a new revelation, but a return to the religion of the one God of Abraham. Nevertheless, its contradiction with the Jewish religion and, in its wake, with the Christian religion is radical, since the author of the Qur’an claims that the blessings of the Covenant belong to Ishmael, the son of Abraham, and to his descendants, the Arabs.

Brother Bruno’s scientific translation, which of itself destroys the myth of the origins of Islam, has now been confirmed by the works and archaeological discoveries of researchers such as Gnilka and Luxenberg. Besides the light shed on history of the Middle East during the 7th and 8th centuries, the topicality of this translation and the urgency for bringing it to completion will escape no one.