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Translation and short commentary by Maulana Ghulam Farid Sahib. The best quick reference Holy Quran with an extraordinary biblical in one volume.
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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: Dr. Karimullah Zirvi
Description: Excellent book on Islam with the best introduction ever on Ahmadiyyat. It explains what Ahmadiyyat is, it's aims and objects, differences between Ahmadi and non-Ahmadi Muslims, our chanda system, Nizam-e-Jama'at, etc. (read it online)
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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 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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Author: Hadhrat Mirza Bashir-ud-Din Mahmood Ahmad (ra), The 2nd Head of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.
Description: The purpose of this book is to convey an authentic account of the beliefs and doctrines of the Movement and the purpose of its establishment. It also refutes the false charges that were made by the orthodox divines and contradicts the baseless allegations made against the Movement. (read it online)
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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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Elucidation of Objectives is an English translation of Taudih-e-Maram (Urdu), a companion volume of the two treatises Fat-he-Islam and Izala-e-Auham, written in 1891 by Hadhrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian, The Promised Messiah and Mahdi as, Founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama'at. The book contains a detailed refutation of the conventional Muslim and Christian belief that Jesus was raised to the heavens alive and shall return in his material body sometime in the latter days.
The Promised Messiah as has also discussed at length such abstruse and subtle themes as the nature of Angels, their relationship with God and man, and how they function as intermediaries and carry out divine commands. (Read Online)
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Translation and short commentary by Maulana Ghulam Farid Sahib. The best quick reference Holy Quran with an extraordinary biblical in one volume.
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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 Current Updates July-September, 2010
Site Updates: July-September, 2010
September
Study Finds Rising Intolerance Among Indonesian Muslims - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - September 30, 2010
Letter: Questions for religious affairs minister - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - September 28, 2010
After the attack: a victim of the Lahore attack remembers [Blog] - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - September 25, 2010
Rising Bigotry Makes Extremism Easier: Survey - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - September 23, 2010
Editorial: Religious Freedom Needs the Rule of Law - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - September 21, 2010
Minister for Religion Says No to Calls to Revise Decree - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - September 20, 2010
Disbanding Ahmadiyah costs the freedom of the nation - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - September 17, 2010
Lawmaker Rebukes Religious Minister - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - September 16, 2010
Ahmadiyah Again Faces Minister’s Call for a Ban - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - September 8, 2010
Indonesian Clerics Wary of Moves to Ban ‘Deviant Sect’ - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - September 5, 2010
Ahmadi killed in suicide bomb attack in Mardan - Ahmadiyya Foreign Mission Office, Vikalat Tabshir, Pakistan - September 5, 2010
Ahmadi Muslim Killed in Suicide Bomb Attack in Pakistan - Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat International - September 4, 2010
One dies in suicide hit on Ahmadiya worship place - The Nation, Pakistan - September 04, 2010
Bomber targets Ahmadi place of worship - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - September 04, 2010
Attack on Ahmedi worship place in Mardan kills one - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - September 03, 2010
Indonesian Clerics Wary of Moves to Ban ‘Deviant Sect’ - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - September 3, 2010
Religious Affairs Minister Still Insists on Dissolving Ahmadiyah - TEMPO Interactive, Indonesia - September 02, 2010
Editorial: The tyranny of the majority - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - September 1, 2010
Planned Ahmadiyah ban ‘humiliating’ - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - September 1, 2010
August
Ahmadiyah to pray, stay calm over banning issue - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - August 31, 2010
Religious Affairs Minister’s remarks on Ahmadiyah deplored - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - August 31, 2010
Ahmadiyah must be disbanded: Minister - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - August 30, 2010
The secular ideal [Column] - Irfan Husain - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - August 28, 2010
Worldview: The other Pakistani crisis - Philadelphia Inquirer, USA - August 28, 2010
U.S. citizen slain over his religion in his native Pakistan - Philadelphia Inquirer, USA - August 25, 2010
Tangail Ahmadiyyas left to live on nerves - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - August 25, 2010
PAKISTAN: Two more Ahmadis murdered in target killings - Asian Human Rights Commission, Hong Kong - August 23, 2010
In defense of Islam, vigilante justice in Indonesia - Global Post, USA - August 23, 2010
Blasphemy: Pakistan’s descent into anarchy [Blog] - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - August 21, 2010
Solidarity versus resentment [Blog] - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - August 20, 2010
US Citizen Killed in Religiously Motivated Attack in Pakistan - Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat International - August 19, 2010
Inhuman acts [Editorial] on denial of shelter to Ahmadi flood victims - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - August 19, 2010
Minorities denied flood relief in Pakistan - Ahmadis denied shelter - Hindustan Times, India - August 18, 2010
The politics of relief: Aliens in their own land - Ahmadis denied shelter - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - August 18, 2010
Another Ahmadi Muslim doctor brutally martyred in Karachi - Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat International - August 17, 2010
Former Pakistan Federal Minister says persecution of Ahmadis ‘un-Islamic’ - Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat International - August 16, 2010
Saving Jinnah’s Pakistan [Opinion] - By Ayesha Siddiqa - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - August 14, 2010
Religious minorities in Indonesia push back - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - August 15, 2010
Hundreds protest in Jakarta, urge religious freedom - Reuters, India - August 15, 2010
Indonesia and Religious Violence - Wall Street Journal, USA - August 11, 2010
Followers of Ahmadiyah Face Pressure in Indonesia - VOA News, USA - August 11, 2010
Ahmadiyyas demand steps for security - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - August 11, 2010
Violence in the name of religion [Editorial] - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - August 10, 2010
Worst to come for Ahmadiyah as more turn a blind eye - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - August 10, 2010
Sectarian Clashes Are Tearing Us Apart [Opinion] - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - August 9, 2010
A beleaguered minority [Editorial] - New Age, Bangladesh - August 8, 2010
10 more Ahmadiyya houses vandalised - New Age, Bangladesh - August 9, 2010
Bigots vandalise, loot Ahmadiyya houses - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - August 9, 2010
Notorious Indonesian Cleric Arrested on Terrorism Charges - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - August 9, 2010
Smokers’ Corner: Rewarding hate [Column] - Nadeem F. Paracha - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - August 08, 2010
Indonesian Ahmadiyah Members Mark Fifth Ramadan in Limbo - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - August 8, 2010
10 hurt in attack on Ahmadiyyas - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - August 8, 2010
Sectarian Clashes Surge in a City in Pakistan’s Heartland - The New York Times, USA - August 07, 2010
Ahmadiyah children denied right to free education - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - August 7, 2010
‘No place of worship’ should be barred - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - August 7, 2010
Intimidation Picks Up Ahead of Holy Month - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - August 6, 2010
My Jakarta: Zafrullah Ahmad Pontoh, Ahmadiyah Indonesia Spokesman - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - August 5, 2010
Indonesian Government Needs Tough Action on Hard-Liners: Analysts - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - August 5, 2010
Govt ‘robs people of sovereignty’ - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - August 5, 2010
Business As Usual [Opinion] - Outlook, India - August 04, 2010
Muslims ‘Prone’ to Radicalization - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - August 4, 2010
Indonesia Must End Oppression of Minority Sect: Human Rights Watch - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - August 3, 2010
Jamaah Ahmadiyah followers remain on edge after latest attack - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - August 2, 2010
Calm restored in Ahmadiyah village amid heavy security - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - August 1, 2010
Politics Seen in Ahmadiyah Violence - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - August 1, 2010
July
Interview: I. A. Rehman, Secretary-General, HRCP - Newsline, Pakistan - Newsline Magazine, Pakistan - July 31, 2010
No Room for the ‘Other’ - Newsline Magazine, Pakistan - June 31, 2010
Indonesian President: Hit Back at West Java ‘Anarchy’ - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - July 31, 2010
Minister urges sect followers to stop spreading faith - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - July 31, 2010
Indonesia under fire for upholding scripture over rights - Yahoo News (via AP) - July 30, 2010
Ahmadiyah Clashes Continue in Indonesia - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - July 30, 2010
Rights Commission Urges Authorities to be Strict on Sectarian Attack - TEMPO Interactive, Indonesia - July 30, 2010
MUI deplores attack on Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - July 30, 2010
President orders police to be strict in call to disband Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - July 30, 2010
Fresh attack targets Ahmadiyah members - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - July 29, 2010
Blasphemy law revisited [Column] - By I.A. Rehman - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - July 29, 2010
Indonesia mob attacks Muslim sect - Al Jazeera Net, Qatar - July 29, 2010
Hundreds attack mosque - The Straits Times, Singapore - July 29, 2010
Situation in Manis Lor Remains Tense as Ahmadi Hold Firm - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - July 29, 2010
Hundreds attack Ahmadiyah mosque in Indonesia - Saigon Post, Vietnam - July 29, 2010
Tense Standoff in W. Java as Police Close Ahmadiyah Mosques - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - July 29, 2010
It’s society’s fault [Blog] - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - July 27, 2010
Local govts ‘main actors’ in faith attacks - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - July 27, 2010
Toward a more open society [Opinion] - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - July 26, 2010
Jungle justice [Editorial] - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - July 21, 2010
Hidden alliance of Jihadist groups in Bangladesh - Weekly Blitz, Bangladesh - July 21, 2010
Opinion: How can Pakistan turn over a new leaf? - Global Post, USA - July 18, 2010
ISI link doctor to Jinnah Hospital attack - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - July 17, 2010
CCTV footage of Garhi Shahu worship place attack obtained - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - July 16, 2010
Al-Umm boarding school: FPI’s forgotten cradle of history - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - July 16, 2010
Islam Defenders mutating into splinter cells for hire - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - July 16, 2010
Pakistani Bombings Highlight Theological Tensions - ILLUME Magazine, USA - July 15, 2010
The bazaar of opinion [Opinion] - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - July 14, 2010
Islamic organization’s Anti-Ahmadiyya Demo - Liputan TV, Indonesia - July 14, 2010
Cops Asked To Take a Hard Line With FPI - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - July 14, 2010
‘Police reform’ key to conflict management - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - July 14, 2010
Hostility in Bogor Puts End to Ahmadiyah Plans - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - July 13, 2010
Violence feared to replace community dialogue - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - July 13, 2010
Interfaith Relations in Indonesia Put to the Litmus Test - The Huffington Post, USA - July 13, 2010
A little learning [Column] - By Ardeshir Cowasjee - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - July 11, 2010
Punjab govt’s inaction against militants irks GHQ - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - July 08, 2010
Pakistan’s Religious Minorities Face Persecution by the State - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - July 08, 2010
Religious intolerance of Pakistan is a global threat - Duluth News Tribune, Canada - July 08, 2010
Complaint paves way for court review of bylaws - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - July 07, 2010
Pakistan sect endures persecution - Los Angeles Times, USA - July 06, 2010
Inquiry into attacks on Ahmedis pulls off vanishing act - Daily Times, Pakistan - July 06, 2010
Religious fundamentalism main root of violence in Pakistan - Calgary Herald, Canada - July 06, 2010
Taliban oppresses Ahmadi Muslim sect in Pakistan - Spero News, USA - July 06, 2010
Sectarianism has poisoned Pakistan - The Guardian, UK - July 05, 2010
Tolerance for our inner terrorist - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - July 05, 2010
Since the Second Amendment - Himal Southasia Magazine, Nepal - July 04, 2010
Fire breathing clerics call for revenge - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - July 03, 2010
Ten arrested for attacks on Ahmedis in Lahore - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - July 02, 2010
Local residents nix sharia-based bylaws - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - July 01, 2010
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