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By Muhammad Zafrulla Khan
This concisely written text presents the teachings of Islam and their distinct superiority over various Articles that make up the Declaration of Human Rights adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations and universally acclaimed as the greater charter of freedom. The author explains how 1400 years ago, Islam emancipated the poor and oppressed and gave the world the basic prescription for the respect and value of all human beings irrespective of class, colour or creed. Those instructions contained in the Holy Qur'an remain as relevant today as they were at the time that it was revealed. However, with the passage of time, some parts of Muslim society neglected Qur'anic teachings with an inevitable decline in moral standards. The author however concludes on an optimistic note that the revival of Islam is happening and with it a close adherence to the values laid out in the Holy Qur'an
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Home Worldwide Indonesia July-September, 2005
Indonesia: July - September, 2005

September

Ahmadiyah fights back — in civilized way - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - September 30, 2005

Cianjur ‘bans’ Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - September 29, 2005

Photos of destruction of Ahmadia Mosques and houses in Cianjur Regency, Indonesia

Ahmadiyah demands safety guarantee - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - September 24, 2005

Ahmadiyah followers under more pressure to alter beliefs - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - September 23, 2005

Seven more named suspects in Cianjur attack - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - September 22, 2005

Indonesia arrests 12 for attack on Muslim sect - Rueters - September 21, 2005

Ahmadiyah mosques destroyed in attack - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - September 21, 2005

Minority Mosques in Indonesia Attacked By Mob - Voice of America - September 21, 2005

35 detained after religious rampage - The Courier Mail, Australia - September 20, 2005

Indonesian radicals in aggressive mode - New Straits Times, Malaysia - September 20, 2005

International Community protested. Indonesian Attorney General - Jawa Pos dotcom - September 3, 2005

Indonesian’s Attorney General acknowledged receiving protests from abroad - Suara Karya - September 2, 2005

August

True Freedom Of Religion - e-Sinchew-i, Malaysia - August 29, 2005

Attorney General disputed on Banning Ahmadiyya - Koran Tempo News - August 24, 2005

Prohibition for Ahmadiyya is still identified at local level - Kompas News - August 23, 2005

Press Release statement of Jemaat Ahmadiyah Indonesia - August 21, 2005

Strict Islamic Edicts Cause Concern in Indonesia - VOA News - August 22, 2005

News Update - August 21, 2005

Religius Minister Again Declares Govt’s Ban On Ahmadiyah - Harian Berita Sore Online - August 21, 2005

MUI fatwa negates freedom of religion, human rights - The Jakarta Post - August 12, 2005

Government rejects MUI’s demand to ban Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post - August 11, 2005

A Muslim Schism - Newsweek International

Preachers told to support controversial MUI edicts - The Jakarta Post - August 08, 2005

The impact of MUI fatwas on freedom of religion in Indonesia - Opinion - The Jakarta Post - August 08, 2005

NU criticizes controversial MUI edicts - The Jakarta Post - August 06, 2005

AMIEN RAIS: ‘IF YOU DISLIKE AHMADIYAH, JUST DON’T FOLLOW IT’ - Antara News - August 06, 2005

Noted figures call for freedom of religion - The Jakarta Post - August 05, 2005

MUI slammed over controversial fatwas - The Jakarta Post - August 02, 2005

July

Ahmadiyah Congregation complex in Kuningan closed by authorities - The Jakarta Post - July 30, 2005

MUI to formulate edicts against ‘liberal thoughts’ - The Jakarta Post - July 27, 2005

Ahmadiyah and the vulgarization of Islam - The Jakarta Post - July 27, 2005

Bandung scholar defends freedom of religion - The Jakarta Post - July 25, 2005

Komnas HAM condemns Ahmadiyah attack - The Jakarta Post - July 23, 2005

Ahmadiyah and public order - The Jakarta Post - July 23, 2005

Scholars urge MUI to lift Ahmadiyah ban - The Jakarta Post - July 22, 2005

Govt mulls ban on Ahmadiyah due to ‘permit violation’ - The Jakarta Post - July 21, 2005

We’re no longer safe after Ahmadiyah attack: Followers - The Jakarta Post - July 21, 2005

The bias of faith - Editorial - The Jakarta Post - July 20, 2005

Ahmadiyah prepares legal action against MUI - The Jakarta Post - July 19, 2005

Equality before the law - Your Letter - The Jakarta Post - July 19, 2005

State ‘must stay away from religious debate’ - The Jakarta Post - July 18, 2005

Govt condemns group’s attack on Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post - July 18, 2005

Bogor disperses Ahmadiyah, sends followers home - The Jakarta Post - July 17, 2005

VP condemns mob attack on Islamic sect - The Jakarta Post - July 16, 2005

Thousands besiege Ahmadiyah complex - The Jakarta Post - July 16, 2005

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