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Author: Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad
Description: This book is a brief introduction to the five fundamental articles of the Islamic faith. The articles of faith, which all Muslims believe in, are: Unity of God, Angels, Prophets, Holy Books and Life after Death. Throughout the book, the author emphasises the areas of similarities between Islam and other religions. He shows how religious teachings evolved through the ages culminating in the complete, perfect and universal teachings of Islam. (read it online)
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Author: Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmadra, 4th Caliph of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.
Description: The doctrine of Christianity has acquired its present shape through a process of change that is spread nearly over it's entire history. Rather than venture into the endless debate on the course of this evolutionary process, the author has chosen to examine the current Christian beliefs primarily on the basis of logic and reason. Among others, the subject of 'Sonship' of Jesus Christ, Atonement, Trinity and the second coming of the Messiah have been discussed at length in this book. (read it online)
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Author: Mirza Tahir Ahmad ra, 4th Caliph of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.
Description: Any divide between revelation and rationality, religion and logic has to be irrational. If religion and rationality cannot proceed hand in hand, there has to be something deeply wrong with either of the two. Does revelation play any vital role in human affairs? Is not rationality sufficient to guide man in all the problems which confront him? Numerous questions such as these are examined with minute attention.
No. of Pages: 756 (read it online)
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Author: Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmadra, 4th Caliph of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.
Description: This book is the translation of an Urdu address delivered by Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad in early eighties. In this ground-breaking work, the author argues that in the creation of the Universe, in the evolution of life and in the ultimate creation of man, one finds the priniciple of absolute justice at work guiding the steps of evolution and governing the functions of each individual living cell. Perfect balance is to be found in all components of the universe, within every living fibre of man's body and between the various speicies found on earth.
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Home Current Updates January-March, 2010
Site Updates: January-March, 2010
March
Govt urged to work with all parties - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - March 28, 2010
I will not let NU interfered by govt: Said - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 27, 2010
‘Infidel’ Not to be Said Lightly, NU Cleric Says - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 27, 2010
Religion Minister Defends Indonesia’s Blasphemy Law - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 24, 2010
The situation in Brahmanbaria, Bangladesh - Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at, Bangladesh - March 20, 2010
Cops dictate terms for Ahmadiyya programmes - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - March 20, 2010
Court told to be firm on rowdiness, intimidating visitors - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 18, 2010
Bangladesh: Checking Islamist Extremism in a Pivotal Democracy - The Heritage Foundation, USA - March 15, 2010
Religious edicts: Harbinger of disaster [Feature] - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 15, 2010
Longing to return home [Feature] - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 15, 2010
Blasphemy law violates women’s rights: Commission - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 13, 2010
11 Ahmadis killed during 2009: report - Daily Times, Pakistan - March 12, 2010
Raucous Crowd Churns Court at Hearing on Blasphemy Law - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 11, 2010
Permanent etchings [Editorial] - The News International, Pakistan - March 02, 2010
Faisalabad tense after riots break out - The daily Nation, Pakistan - March 01, 2010
Blasphemy Law Leads to Human Rights Abuses: Activists - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 01, 2010
February
UN to Take Close Look at Indonesia’s Rights Record - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 28, 2010
INDONESIA: Freedom of religion not protected - Asian Human Rights Commission, Hong Kong - February 24, 2010
FPI Hard-Liners Heckle Scholar Over Religion Law - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 17, 2010
Public Debate Targets Police Inaction on Religious Violence - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 16, 2010
Who and what defines blasphemy? - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 11, 2010
Blasphemy law, a shackle to the Indonesian people - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 11, 2010
Govt warned against amending blasphemy law - The News International, Pakistan - February 12, 2010
Conservative Sunni activism reemerges in heart of Pakistan - The Washington Post, USA - February 11, 2010
Indonesia’s Faith Leaders Joining Call For More Religious Freedom - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 09, 2010
Pakistan and Ongoing Christian Persecution - The Seoul Times, Korea - February 05, 2010
Court to stage debate on religious freedom - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 05, 2010
Minister defends blasphemy law - The Straits Times, Singapore - February 04, 2010
Militant groups ready to defend controversial law - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 04, 2010
Holier than thou [Editorial] - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 04, 2010
PAKISTAN: The year 2009 was worst for Ahmedis - Asian Human Rights Commission, Hong Kong - February 03, 2010
Right to Worship Still Under Threat, Watchdog Warns - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 03, 2010
January
‘Government complicity’ lets religious conflict go on - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - January 28, 2010
Controversial cleric retains position as presidential adviser - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - January 26, 2010
PAKISTAN - Ahmadi property grab alarms minorities - UCA News, Hong Kong - January 25, 2010
Martyrdom of Professor Muhammad Yusuf in Ferozewala, Lahore on January 05, 2010 - A video report presentation of MTA Studios Pakistan
Ahmadi leader’s family offered to withdraw case: accused - Daily Times, Pakistan - January 22, 2010
Ahmadiyya Mosque handed over to adversaries by DCO’s executive order - Ahmadiyya Foreign Mission Office - January 18, 2010
Ahmadi leader's murder suspects 'visit' police again - Daily Times, Pakistan - January 14, 2010
Second Editorial: Protect Ahmadis - Daily Times, Pakistan - January 13, 2010
In Southeast Asia, human rights abuse is not yet history - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - January 11, 2010
Great grandson of Mirza Ghulam Ahmed meets Qazi - The News International, Pakistan - January 07, 2010
Qadiani’s great grandson meets JI ex-Ameer - The daily Nation, Pakistan - January 07, 2010
Displaced Ahmadis losing hope for normal life - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - January 07, 2010
Religious intolerance on the wane: Indonesian think-tank - The Malaysian Insider, Malaysia - January 04, 2010
Ahmadi leader shot dead in Ferozewala - Daily Times, Pakistan - January 06, 2010
Retired Ahmadi Professor murdered in Lahore - Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat International - January 05, 2010
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