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By Tayyba Seema Ahmed
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Nineteenth Century British India
Chapter 3: Jihad - Origins, Concepts and Interpretations
Chapter 4: The Essence of Jihad
Chatper 5: Introduction to the Translation
Chapter 6: Jihad and the British Government
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It is now more than fifteen years since the Ordinance was promulgated. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has suffered a great deal after Dictator Ziaul Haq promulgated Ordinance XX in 1984. The suffering continues unabated. It is a touching story and this Souvenir tells only a part of it. (read it online)
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Author: Hadhrat Mirza Bashiruddin M. Ahmed (ra), 2nd Head of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.
Description: A popular edition of an excellent and affectionate account of life of the Prophet of Islam (pbuh) described as the most influential man in the history of the world.
An orphan beckoned to the Call, persecuted by neighbours, driven from his home with a prize tag on his head, quickly establishing a strong community of believers ready to die for his teachings and finally returning triumphant only to forgive his tormentors.
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By Hadrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian, The Promised Messiah and Mahdi, Founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama'at.
Darurat-ul-Imam, or The Need for the Imam, spells out in depth the urgency and need for the Imam of the age, and his qualities and hallmarks as the Divinely appointed guide, the voice articulate of the age, and the constant recipient of Divine revelations, and how all these qualities are fully present in the person of the holy author.
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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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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: By Hadhrat Mirza Bashiruddin M. Ahmed (ra), The 2nd Head of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.
Description: Inspiring introduction initially written as a prologue to the English translation and commentary of the Holy Quran, now printed separately by popular demand. Includes an excellent and affectionate life sketch of Muhammad (pbuh), the Holy Prophet of Islam; a history of the compilation of the Quran; some prophecies in the Quran and how these have been fulfilled; and characterestics of the main Quranic teachings.
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Annual Reports on the Persecution of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Pakistan. These reports summarise the events and describe how members of the community are harassed, threatened and even killed by the extremists.
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The Author: Mujeeb-ur-Rehman
A chronicle and a critique of the legislative and the judicial events leading to a gradual denial and erosion of religious freedom to Ahmadis in Pakistan. This work is intended to provide an insight into the background of the Supreme Court judgment in the Ahmadis' case.
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A revised edition of this excellent thesis which, on the basis of detailed research proves beyond a shadow of doubt that Jesus survived crucifixion and later died in India. US$5.99 [Order]
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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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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One of the most outstanding, monthly English magazine, Review of Religions has been in publication since 1902. The objective of this publication is to educate, enlighten and inform its readers on religious, social, economic and political issues with particular emphasis on Islam. The contributors to this magazine are from various walks of life discussing on comparative religious issues, contemporary social and political issues, latest scientific discoveries and much more. A must read.
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Author: Iain Adamson
Description: A concise and thorough life sketch of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the promised Messiah whose advent had been prophesied by all the religions of the world.
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Home Current Updates April-June, 2008
Site Updates April-June, 2008
June
Myth of minorities’ protection - Editorial - Daily Times, Pakistan - June 23, 2008
Anti-Ahmadiyah campaign escalating - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 21, 2008
Indonesians Champion Religious Freedom - Gallup, USA - June 20, 2008
‘Conscientiasclerosis’ and legalized persecution - Opinion - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 20, 2008
Militants seal off Ahmadiyah mosques - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 19, 2008
Moderate groups under fire for silence over radicals - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 19, 2008
Yudhoyono’s courage and cowardice - The Economist - June 18, 2008
An analysis of the Joint Decree on Ahmadiyya by Rafiq Mahmood, Bogor, West Java - June 18, 2008
Indonesians call for disbanding of ‘heretical’ Muslim sect - International Herald Tribune, France - June 18, 2008
Thousands of Indonesians rally against sect - AFP Google, - June 18, 2008
Indonesians call for disbanding of ‘heretical’ Muslim sect - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 18, 2008
Blaming others - [Opinion[ - The News International, Pakistan - June 17, 2008
Restoring the Civil Rights of Ahmadis - chowk.com - June 16, 2008
Indonesia’s Muslim compromise isn’t working - Ottawa Citizen, Canada - June 16, 2008
Religious freedom [Opinion] - The Sunday Times, Philippines - June 15, 2008
Religious freedom under attack in Indonesia - Ottawa Citizen, Canada - June 14, 2008
Indonesia — A Civil War Between Islamists And Moderates? - Family Security Matters, USA - June 13, 2008
Ahmadiyah decree ‘bans propagation, not private prayer’ - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 14, 2008
Dissolving Ahmadiyah not a solution: minister - Antara News, Indonesia - June 14, 2008
Many not satisfied about govt’s decree on Ahmadiyah - Antara News, Indonesia - June 14, 2008
Indonesia minority sect fears hardline backlash - The Straits Times, Singapore - June 13, 2008
Ahmadi women and children in Indonesia face abuse - Reuters, India - June 12, 2008
Indonesia’s Pancasila weakened - Editorial - The Manila Times, Philippines - June 11, 2008
Indonesian Village Struggles With Ban on Muslim Sect - The New York Times, USA - June 11, 2008
Indonesia sect mulls legal action against decree - ABC Radio Australia - June 10, 2008
Indonesia has no plans to ban Islamic sect - Reuters, India - June 10, 2008
23 Ahmadiyya Students expelled from Punjab Medical College - Ahmadiyya Muslim Community - June 7, 2008
Indonesia: Reverse Ban on Ahmadiyah Sect - Human Rights Watch - June 10, 2008
Govt blamed for violence against minority groups - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 10, 2008
Govt calls it a day for Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 10, 2008
Indonesia tightens rules for sect - BBC News, UK - June 09, 2008
Indonesian officials order sect to return to mainstream Islam - International Herald Tribune, France - June 09, 2008
Indonesia acts against radicals: analysts - Khaleej Times, Dubai - June 08, 2008
Govt warned against reviving authoritarianism - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 07, 2008
Demands for FPI’s disbandment continue - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 06, 2008
Minority Muslim sect struggles for religious freedom in Indonesia - International Herald Tribune, France - June 06, 2008
PMC expels 23 Ahmedi students for preaching religion - Daily Times, Pakistan - June 06, 2008
Six FPI members and Rizieq named suspects over rally attack - Antara News, Indonesia - June 05, 2008
PPP urges govt to immediately issue SKB to disband Ahmadiyah - Antara News, Indonesia - June 04, 2008
Indonesia Cracks Down on Hard-Line Muslim Group - VOA News, USA - June 04, 2008
Detentions over Indonesia clashes - BBC News, UK - June 04, 2008
Indonesian police detain 59 Muslim radicals - Yahoo News (AFP) - June 04, 2008
Government slammed for inaction against FPI - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 04, 2008
Govt mulls freezing FPI over brutality - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 03, 2008
Govt to issue joint decree on Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 03, 2008
Rival Muslims clash in Indonesia following attack on interfaith rally - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 03, 2008
Indonesia sect row raises rights fears - BBC News, UK - June 02, 2008
Indonesia hardliner’s war threat - BBC News, UK - June 02, 2008
RI President calls for the Sunday’s attackers to be prosecuted - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 02, 2008
Hard-liners ambush Monas rally - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 02, 2008
Islamic hard-liners in Jakarta break up tolerance rally - International Herald Tribune USA - June 01, 2008
The Dodgy Decade [Feature] - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 01, 2008
May
Ahmadiyah sect members living in fear in Kuningan - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - May 31, 2008
Rabwa, police ban great Ahmadiyya celebration - AsiaNews, Italy - May 30, 2008
Razed mosque reveals intolerance - The National, UAE - May 28, 2008
Minister: Non-muslims should not meddle in Ahmadiyah issue - Antara News, Indonesia - May 27, 2008
Ban will justify crimes against Ahmadiyah: UN - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - May 22, 2008
Head of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community urges members in Indonesia to remain steadfast - Press Release, Ahmadiyya Muslim Community - May 18, 2008
Mayor uses security as excuse to ban Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - May 16, 2008
West Java city outlaws Ahmadiyah sect - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - May 15, 2008
State of Human Rights in 2007 - Excerpts from Human Rights Commission of Pakistan’s Annual Report
Attacks on Indonesia’s Muslim minorities rise - Opinion - The New Straits Times Online, Malaysia - May 13, 2008
Ulema asks Ahmadiyah members to convert - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - May 12, 2008
Ahmadiyah followers urged MUI to scrap edicts - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - May 09, 2008
Indonesia Faces Muslim Pressure - Time CNN, USA - May 08, 2008
Ahmadiyah ‘not persecuted’ by government - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - May 08, 2008
Ahmadiyah women share ordeal - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - May 08, 2008
Indonesian cleric calls for ban of ‘infidel’ sect - Khaleej Times, Dubai - May 06, 2008
Govt delays decision on Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - May 06, 2008
Government told to disband board over Ahmadiyah ban - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - May 06, 2008
Religious strife erodes RI image, say experts - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - May 05, 2008
Ahmadiyah closes mosque to avoid attacks - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - May 02, 2008
Revelation and reason beyond Ahmadiyah issue - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - May 02, 2008
The rule of bad law - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - May 02, 2008
April
Ahmadiyah followers fear more sectarian attacks to follow - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - April 30, 2008
Sect ban will ‘escalate violence’ - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - April 30, 2008
Enlightenment progress in Indonesia postponed - Opinion - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - April 30, 2008
Five suspects named for torching Indonesian sect’s mosque - Antara News, Indonesia - April 29, 2008
Government to reconsider plan to ban Ahmadiyah - Antara News, Indonesia - April 29, 2008
Government remains silent on sect - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - April 29, 2008
Ahmadiyah mosque burned as protests grow - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - April 29, 2008
The state of oppression against minority groups - Opinion - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - April 29, 2008
Protesters burn Indonesian mosque - BBC News, UK - April 28, 2008
Mob burns minority sect’s mosque and nearby school - Antara News, Indonesia - April 28, 2008
Indonesians torch Islamic splinter group's mosque - The Earth Times - April 28, 2008
Indonesian mob burns minority sect’s mosque - The Straits Times, Singapore - April 28, 2004
Ahmadiyya Muslims, what next? - The Conservative Voice - April 26, 2008
Indonesia: Scrap Proposed Religion Ban - Human Rights Watch - April 24, 2008
Hardcore Muslims bate President Yudhoyono - United Press International Asia, China - April 23, 2008
Police To Ensure Ahmadiyah Members’ Safety - Antara News, Indonesia - April 23, 2008
Advisors counsel SBY against banning Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - April 23, 2008
Nat’l Rights Commission to take stand on Ahmadiyah issue - Antara News, Indonesia - April 22, 2008
Ulemas show support for Ahmadiyah’s govt lawsuit - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - April 22, 2008
Thousands demand Ahmadiyah disband - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - April 20, 2008
Indonesians demand ban on sect - BBC News, UK - April 20, 2008
Protesters target Indonesian sect - The Associated Press - April 20, 2008
Indonesian Muslims rally for ban on Ahmadiyya sect - AReuters, India - April 20, 2008
Ahmadiyah cancels planned congress in Bali - Antara News, Indonesia - April 19, 2008
Police moving to guard Ahmadiyah mosques, assets - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - April 19, 2008
Govt, police slam Amnesty report - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - April 18, 2008
Police to protect Ahmadiyah activities, house of worships - Antara News, Indonesia - April 18, 2008
Religious persecution - Editorial - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - April 18, 2008
Scattered sect followers seeking UN protection - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - April 18, 2008
‘Deviant’ Indonesia sect seeks protection after threats - The Straits Times, Singapore - April 17, 2008
Indonesia To Ban Islamic Sect Amid Pressure From Hard-liners - MySinchew.com, Malaysia - April 17, 2008
Govt team wants sect banned - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - April 17, 2008
Jakarta Cracks Down On ‘Deviant’ Islamic Sect - MySinchew.com, Malaysia - April 17, 2008
Comparing the Ahmadiyah and the Hizbut Tahrir - Opinion - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - April 16, 2008
Ahmadiyah members in danger: Rights group - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - April 15, 2008
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