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The Heavenly Decree is the English translation of Asmani Faisala by Hadrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the Promised Messiah and Mahdi (as) and the Founder of Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama'at. It is addressed to his contemporary ulema, specially Miyan Nadhir Husain Dehlawi and Maulawi Muhammad Husain of Batala who had issued a fatwa of heresy against the Promised Messiahas and declared him a non-Muslim, because he (the Promised Messiahas) had claimed that Jesus Christ had died a natural death and the second coming of Masih ibni Mariam (Jesus Christ) is fulfilled by the advent of Hadrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmadas. Because (by the time the book was written) the ulema had refused to debate this issue with the Promised Messiah, he invited them, in this book, to a spiritual contest in which the question whether someone is a Muslim or not would be settled by Allah himself on the basis of four criteria of a true believer as laid down by Him in the Holy Quran. He also spelled out the modus operandi of this contest and fixed the period of time frame within which this contest would be decreed by Allah. He declared that God would not desert him and would help him and would grant him victory.
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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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Author: Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmadra, 4th Caliph of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community
Description: Murder in the name of Allah is a general review, with special emphasis on the subject of freedom of expression in Islam. This book is a reminder that purpose of any religion is the spread of peace, tolerance, and understanding. It urges that meaning of Islam - submission to the will of God - has been steadily corrupted by minority elements in the community. Instead of spreading peace, the religion has been abused by fanatics and made an excuse for violence and the spread of terror, both inside and outside the faith.
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Home Current Updates 2003
Site Updates in 2003

December, 2003
International Religious Freedom Report - Pakistan - U.S. Department of State - December 18, 2003
Ahmadia Issue - Letters to Editor - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - December 27, 2003
Bigots demand bill declaring Ahmadiyyas non-Muslims - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - December 27, 2003
Anarchy in the name of religion - Letters to Editor - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - December 24, 2003
Anti-Ahmadiyya agitation - Editorial - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - December 21, 2003
Anti-Ahmadiyyas’ ultimatum to govt - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - December 20, 2003
Solidarity among Muslims needed - Point-Counterpoint - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - December 20, 2003
Ahmadias in trouble - Letters to Editor - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - December 15, 2003
Ahmadiyas, Shi’as, Sufis…where does it stop? - VIEW POINT - Weekly Holiday Internet Edition - December 12, 2003
Is Threat From Islamic Terrorists Real? - Editorial - The Bangladesh Observer, Bangladesh - December 12, 2003
How importent is assertion of identity? - Editorial - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - December 12, 2003
Govt stumped by Kadiani opposers - New Age, Bangladesh - December 11, 2003
Merchants of hate: Following Pakistan's deadly example - Point-Counterpoint - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - December 9, 2003
Separatists Target Muslim Sect in Bangladesh - OneWorld Net, UK - December 9, 2003
Minister snubs demand for declaring Ahmadiyyas non-Muslim - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - December 9, 2003
Rein in the fanatics - Letters to Editor - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - December 8, 2003
Yet another warning in Sarishabari - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - December 7, 2003
The immunity of the white tupi - Weekly Holiday Internet Edition - December 5, 2003
Anti-Ahamadia demonstrations - Religious tolerance precondition for democracy
Editorial - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - December 7, 2003
Govt little worried over anti-Ahamadia ultimatum - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - December 7, 2003
An ultimatum - Editorial - The Independent, Bangladesh - December 7, 2003
Anti-Ahmadiyas threaten civil war -, Bangladesh - December 06, 2003
Anti-Ahamadia group gives one-week deadline to govt - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - December 6, 2003
Qadiani-Rally - Musallis’ ultimatum to remove Ahmadia mosque - The Independent, Bangladesh - December 6, 2003
Ahamadias get fresh threat - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - December 5, 2003
November, 2003
IGP pledges action against attackers - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - November 24, 2003
No move to arrest attackers, instigators - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - November 23, 2003
Intolerance - Editorial - The Independent, Bangladesh - November 23, 2003
Ahmadias under attack - Editorial - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - November 23, 2003
Hundreds clash with cops over Ahmadia mosque row -, Bangladesh - November 22, 2003
Controversy over Kadianis 150 hurt as police, musallies clash - The News Nation, Bangladesh - November 22, 2003
Bid to ‘capture’ Ahmadia mosque turns violent - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - November 22, 2003
Muslims in Bangladesh mosque row - BBC World News - November 21, 2003
35 injured in religious violence in Bangladesh - Hidustan Times, India - November 21, 2003
Crowd tries to attack Ahmadia mosque in city - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - November 21, 2003
Ahmadi Masjid pur Humla, Pachas zakhmi - BBC Urdu Service news - November 21, 2003
Qadianis demand safety of life and property - The Independent, Bangladesh - November 19, 2003
Eid day death threat to Kadianis - The Daily Star - November 18, 2003
Ahmadiyas blame Jamaat for killing of their Imam - The Independent, Bangladesh - November 03, 2003
Ahmadia mosque Imam killed in Jessore - The Independent, Bangladesh - November 02, 2003
51 years, and final burial still awaited - The Tribune, Chandigarh, India
October, 2003
Ahmadiyon ke khilaf nai mohim? - BBC Urdu Service column (Urdu Section)
Special Report Sept. 11, 2003 - “Disturbing Developments in Ahmadis’ Situation in Pakistan”
September, 2003
State of Human Rights in 2002 - Excerpts from Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, Annual Report
The minorities in our midst - Opinion By Hafizur Rahman published in daily DAWN
August, 2003
May, 2003
U.S. Deptt. of State - Country Report on Human Rights Practices - 2002 - Released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor - March 31, 2003
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